Having said that, I can only agree with my anonymous defamer stating that today in the Italian Republic I am not noble, as indeed are not noble all those who had nobiliary recognition during the Kingdom of Italy, but born after the 1st January 1948, and those who were in the Lists without having requested the due recognition of the nobility, and also those descendants of nobles belonging to Pre-unitary nobiliary orders.
Today the nobility in Italy can be rightly and correctly boasted only within those private and rigorous exclusive circles in which, being basically one’s own private home, it makes sense that the obsolete nobiliary title is used as may please; or within Orders of Chivalry where the tradition of the nobility is still maintained. But out of these cases, the use of a nobiliary title, if you are under 80, rather demonstrates a certain insecurity of those who do not feel fulfilled enough in today’s society.
As it can be clearly seen from the above, which I have been repeating for years, the knowledge of this ANONYMOUS on the nobility in Italy is limited, revoking obsolete sources referring to other times, giving proof of a education lacking in scientificity. If he studies more, he will better understand this topic in which he seems to have an interest.