We live in war times. An undeclared, yet daily, war. A war that pursues a very precise aim: imposing rules and conditions decided by a few government leaders at the expense of the totality of the governed, force to passively submit to them. It is the deepest aspect of Democracy. The tangible sign of war, however, is the militarization of the territory, made of barracks, military bases, radar... Precisely like the installation in Gagliano del Capo (LE), Italy, which is being discussed these day, a project of the Financial Guard (the Italian financial police, a branch of the Italian military that operates under the Minister of Economy and Finance). A very sophisticated radar, whose use will for intercepting the rubber boats of the desperate who try to land on this patch of ground to escape from poverty, hunger and—above all at this time—war. It is obvious, then, that these war times involve everyone, even if in different ways.