The sale of pardons

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The pardon is today’s theme.

The newspapers are talking about just a little and very reluctantly, even though we may be back with elections in the Spring.
The government wants to extend it to the crimes that are more in vogue among the parliamentarians: corruption, bribes, false accounting.

The only one opposed to it is Di Pietro who has said that he will resign as a Minister if this mess with the Prison House of liberty.

Italy is full of emergencies but our employees have their own. When you’ve got to go, you’ve got to go. And a beautiful pardon is always better than landing up in prison. As described by the beautiful and pious minds of the government, this law is to free up the prisons. Perhaps. But it’s also a way of not filling them. And it forgives Previti of his sins, that way he can join his colleagues in Parliament and discuss some beautiful laws concerning justice.

9 April seems so far away. The sale of the pardons is open. It’s an ideal continuation of the sale of indulgences of the Church of once upon a time. To get redemption from your sins a wee little pardon is enough, in exchange then you all vote together for the laws ad cdlulivum, laws made to please both the CDL and Ulivo.

If this pardon gets through. Once Di Pietro resigns, Prodi will be transformed into a Zombie with Letta and Casini dictating his homework.
Everything is free or liberalisable in Italy, apart form the citizens.

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Posted by: blisco jajo | July 22, 2006 11:40 PM


Blisco, let's have a drink,I think a glass Prosecco is the best!
Cin Cin!
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Posted by: raffaella biferale | July 22, 2006 09:24 PM


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Posted by: cle clematide | July 22, 2006 03:38 PM


22.07.2006:OrE15.31

postato da algieri giancarlo
Sabato 22 Luglio 2006 ore 15:34:30

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Posted by: algieri giancarlo | July 22, 2006 03:37 PM


22.07.2006:OrE15.31

postato da algieri giancarlo
Sabato 22 Luglio 2006 ore 15:34:30

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Posted by: algieri giancarlo | July 22, 2006 03:36 PM


Prince,I never refused to have a drink with anybody and with this weather, a fresh bier could be nice:-)
In Padova we are not obliged to hide our bottles in a paper bag like in America and doctors are not talking only about their job :-)

Posted by: Blisco jaio | July 22, 2006 03:00 PM


i think cleo's statement is actually a quote from G.Orwell's "Big Brother". i think. i'm not sure though.

Posted by: Elisa Pauletti | July 22, 2006 03:00 PM


Hey, Blisco!

Now you have to buy a drink to the doc!

Make sure he likes grappa.

Posted by: Giovanni Principe | July 22, 2006 11:52 AM


Doc, as we are in the pardon theme, I must pardon and apologize my self:-)

Posted by: Blisco jaio | July 22, 2006 11:36 AM


piero pelu',congratulation for your art work, after cle clematide ,you are a breath of fresh air,I wonder do you smoke the some stuff?

Posted by: eva kulnura | July 22, 2006 10:40 AM


APOLOGIZE: Unfortunately I posted a comment on the Mènage à trois to this present subject.I apologize, even for the diarrhoea of Sir Blisco Jaio.GP Feltrin

Posted by: gian pietro feltrin | July 22, 2006 09:52 AM


@piero pelu: Thanks for your very interesting point of view ;-)))))))

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Posted by: Piero Pelu' | July 22, 2006 04:46 AM


who let cleo out of the madhouse?is she having a psicotic attack?stop smoking ice would you, is not good for your health but worst is not good for your mind,look after yourself, you need professional help,good luck

Posted by: eva kulnura | July 22, 2006 01:53 AM


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FREEDOM IS SLAVERY
IGNORANCE IS STRENGTH

THE DWARFISH BROTHER
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Posted by: cle clematide | July 21, 2006 02:04 PM


Beside Mandela's Candela and the doctor's advice (that we must not throw away) I wanted to say something regarding this shameful situation in which the Italian justice is vertically falling.
Italy is gradually looking more like India, where from centuries castes spend their parallel life rendering that big country colorful and mysterious.
At this point we don't risk wearing Burkas and Daishikis but we will proudly show Saris and Silk shirts while bathing our mortal bodies in the sacred river Po and running along the Mercedes and BMW of those rich personalities with a rap sheet dirtier than a Gypsy's underpants that between an arrest and an exit from prison with a lot of apologies, will dispense of few coins in the hands of the lucky ones that will find themselves near their vehicles, while rows of unemployed ex workers will stare at them full of envy for not being so lucky and will continue to weep in their Hell's Circle.

Posted by: High Plains Drifter | July 21, 2006 12:41 PM


Ah, here we have a doctor which is supposed to have a high education but he has just an high opinion of him self and come here to pollute this blog with something which is outside the subject. He is not the only one of course. The other one is talking about Mendela...So, what? Mendela has a prostatitis? Maybe the doctor can give an advice? Grillo's said in a sketch that to avoid problems with prostate we have to make 21 ajaculations a month but I think that with this kind of people, you can say 21 time the same advice, they only know one answer.
If all the doctors are like this we risk to have a purge when allready we have a diarrhoea! And I have it!
Shame on you doctor. Here you show how probably you receive your diploma: Because people was exausted to see you in the university! Don't say what you are something if it is to show that you are nothing! If politicians are bad and doctors are worser what can we whish if we stay in this country?

Posted by: Blisco Jaio | July 21, 2006 10:46 AM


The 'esxperts' of BERSANI suggesting and sustaining the open market on taxi and softy drugs are paied by the big COMPANIES for enlarge the market of taxi-licencies and the sale of drugs. Very Easy the campaign against the private drivers and pharmacists.
But only the cOMPANIES have interest to enlarge sales and consumerism: 1-before all inventing exaggerate needs of pills for every use even mistaking that the pharmacies are so much few in hereditary hands (mediatic advertising),2-than multiplying the sale points (BERSANI's DL), 3-prodrucing the drugs. In America this complete project realized the 1-throbbing advertising,2-Wallgreens drugstores were the big cOMPANIES are saling under free self-prescription 3-large boxes of pills (100-200 pills per box).The incredulous people could visiting the 5th Avenue in NewYork or the magnificent mile in Chicago to see the three points mentioned above. Unfortunately the target of BERSANI's DL will transform the italian patient in american like free'liberal'consumer. In this way the State, which must garantee the people for appropriate use of drugs, is becoming guarantor of big cOMPANIES and their next bonds. All of us are invited to became shareholders of cOMPANIES before become bondholders. The bocconian economy experts, which suggested and now justify the bersanian DL trough all media in name of italian people economize, are the new priests of global big Kompanhies.
Incidentally i'm not pharmacist, but medicine doctor and our job will encrease in treatment of drugs abuse of free market, obviously in chrage of public health service.
My best greetings to all italian patients, sorry, consumers.
Gian Pietro Feltrin

Posted by: gian pietro feltrin | July 21, 2006 09:54 AM



I don't know where to post it!
sorry if here is not a good location.
Thanks in advance to read it!

Many people regard you as a personification of Ubuntu.
Whatdo you describe Ubuntu to be?

Mr Mandela:
In the old days when we were young, a traveller through a
country would stop at a village, and he didnt have to ask
for food or for water. Once he stops the people give him
food; entertain him. That is one aspect of Ubuntu but
it has various aspects.

Scroll up screen cut into video footage:

Respect
Helpfulness
Sharing
Community
Caring
Trust
Unselfishness
One word can mean so much. This is the spirit of Ubuntu.

Mr Mandela:
Ubuntu does not mean that people should not
address themselves. The question therefore is, are you
going to do so in order to enable the community around you,
and enable it to improve? These are the important things in
life. And if one can do that, you have done something very
important which will be appreciated.

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Posted by: Fredi Ricchioni | July 21, 2006 09:04 AM


a slap on the hand,and is busisness as usual,I wonder if the pardon going to benefit also the 25 young boys and girls who partecipated in the rally of the 11 of march that at the moment are in jail?or only Previti and friends?is the law equal for everibody or blind?ciao

Posted by: eva kulnura | July 21, 2006 08:20 AM


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