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Hitler was an amateur. He had to present himself as a champion of democracy. And talk about poverty, progress, and work. Above all about work, a words that is so much of the left, it’s pleasing.

Then, in his own time, he had the chance to take liberties. Respecting the rules of democracy to be sure. Rules that say that whoever is of the left is entitled to do right-wing things, ultra right-wing and even beyond that. Whatever happens they are always judged to be left wing., democratic, liberal. Basically, good stuff.

Bill Clinton will talk today and tomorrow on CNN on the theme of poverty. He’ll talk about thousands of millions of people who live on a dollar a day. Of how to beat the effects of capitalism. What a good person. A quick recap.

He cut funds to state centres supplying lawyers defending poor people in prison. He approved a law that removed federal funding for class actions. He extended the death penalty to new crimes. He cut food vouchers and cheques for elderly and disabled people, for poor legal immigrants without citizenship. He made drastic reductions to federal support to poor families with dependent children that had been given out even since the times of Roosevelt.

Bill, the democrat, cut social funds, made the poor poorer and humiliated immigrants. He did it because of the needs of the budget, to get the accounts to balance. And so that he could make investments of 250,000,000,000 dollars a year in the true American business: the arms business, four times greater than China and 80 times that of Saddam’s Iraq. Democratic arms that have killed, that now kill civilians in the proportion of 10 to 1.
If Clinton talks to CNN, Blair, of New Labour, the true left-wing democrat, talks to the BBC. And talking about criminals he says: we must identify them “even before their birth … if we are not ready to take action and intervene really early, we will have children growing up in families that we know to be completely dysfunctional, and after a few years, these children will grow up to be a threat to society and to themselves.”

P.S. Roger Clinton, the step father of Bill, was an alcoholic and violent to his family. A dysfunctional family…

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nothing could be more true!

Posted by: Raffaella Biferale | September 4, 2006 02:38 PM

I know you will get tired of me with all these quatations, but I could't resist because I think this one is most apropriate to those who rule our the lives....:o(

"watch your thoughts... they become your words. Watch your words... they become your actions. Watch your actions... they become your habits. Watch your habits... they become your character. Watch your character... it becomes your destiny" (Frank Outlaw)

Posted by: paola filinesi | September 4, 2006 02:21 PM

The president is a puppet,somebody behind the curtens is pulling the strings,the big multinationals,ciao

Posted by: evakulnura | September 4, 2006 07:58 AM

Paola: better a lower than average saxophone player than a lower than average IQ, when the stakes is the presidency of the United States!

Posted by: Raffaella Biferale | September 4, 2006 12:42 AM

Though Blair is no angel and surely has a couple of skeletons in the cupboard he is, strictly speaking, beside the "great" presidents you are mentioning, i.e. Bush and Clinton. At least a lot of his own parliamentarians keep him constantly in check which is why he cannot do worse...

About dysfunctional families, surely if Blair said what he said, something is wrong in his thinking... he can start suppressing some areas in Britain too, starting with Gateshead and moving around the area which, according to the Employment Services, was a dysfunctional area...

Talk like that can be dangerous. Can we also play God with those yet unborn? Are we to presume that dysfunctional families are not products, very often, of dysfuntional institutions, cultures and sub-cultures, schools and society in general?

Ah, another thing... Marcia is right. The list of "butchers", those who are outrightly so and well known and those who hide behind the guns of their soldiers is quite long...

What a bleeding world :o(((( [excuse my French]

Posted by: Joselle Camilleri | September 3, 2006 11:53 PM

Be my guest Marcia!!!
The list of countries is much longer :o(

Posted by: paola filinesi | September 3, 2006 07:33 PM

Accipicchia bello

May I be allowed to echo your views.
You are spot on but me thinks that thy is a tad bit kinder to the butchers of Palestine, Afghanistan, Irak and Lebanon.

The scum bags deserve worse.

Posted by: Marcia Visanji | September 3, 2006 06:53 PM

Politics.....difficult subject and sure to create a lot of "casini" (if you'll excuse my language..) on this blog...
Clinton was a lower than average saxophone player
Bush has a lower than average IQ and Blair cannot be identified as belonging to any of the human sexes (according to a study completed by the University of Hong Kong) there anything else I missed out...???

Posted by: paola filinesi | September 3, 2006 05:50 PM

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