Salvatore Borsellino has Mastella-ised himself

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To be Mastella-ised is a status symbol. It’s like the Gold medal on a civilian level. At the time of “Clean Hands” a politician without a couple of “avvisi di garanzia” {notification of impending investigation}. was a nobody. In these Ceppalonic times, in which even the tragedies become farces, being sued by Mastella is a badge of honesty for the citizen.
Salvatore Borsellino has decided to Mastella-ise himself and he explains the reasons in this letter.
Dear Beppe,
I have received a letter from Benny Calasanzio full of dignity and disgust for the latest unacceptable outburst from signor Clemente Mastella (It disgusts me to use for this character, the title of Minister of the Republic.) who has announced his intention to sue Beppe Grillo for his declarations at the European Parliament and to want to hand over any money coming from the process to the families of mafia victims.
The threat of being sued is a scare that is currently used as a surrogate to the “mafia warnings” by politicians who are used to this type of procedure, to try and silence the accusations against themselves from journalists, writers, presenters and even ordinary people who write on the Internet and on blogs.
Even signor Mastella himself, not long ago, didn’t find any better way to respond to accusations against himself with open letters published on the Web and during the broadcast of Anno Zero than to remind me that “he had granted the Borsellino family a pension.”
On that occasion I responded firstly to signor Mastella that it is not a matter of a “grant” from a Minister, but a “recognition” from the State, but probably signor Mastella is too familiar with the habits of clientism to grasp the difference.
Secondly, as far as I am concerned, apart from obviously not being a beneficiary of any pension, I have even renounced asking for the “provisional” that I could have asked for as an injured party in the trial for the assassination of my brother because what I am due from the State is only Justice and not an economic measure.
But probably signor Mastella is not competent even in matters of Justice and thus has not thought it worth giving me a response.
To end then I am reminding signor Mastella that in his statements made to the European Parliament, Beppe Grillo did nothing more than report what I had already stated in an open letter dated 20 September:
”Yesterday it was necessary to kill one after the other two judges who alone were fighting the battle that the Italian State not only has always refused to take on but that it has often fought on the side of those that should have been the enemy to be eradicated and that often it has directly armed.
Today not even TNT is useful any more, today it’s enough, in broad day light, to “avocare” an investigation in which one of the few remaining courageous judges was about to arrive at the level of the “untouchables” for everything to continue to go on as established.
So that this caste that has cut itself off from the real country and from honest people who still exist, even though they are guilty of a silence that by now is confused with indifference if not with connivance, can shamefully continue to govern our country and to cultivate their own exclusive interests in a State that it now considers to be its own exclusive property.
Today it is enough that an unworthy Minister like signor Mastella blackmails a beautified Head of the Government, perhaps with him too being involved in the same affair, threatening a government crisis, for the whole political class to close ranks round their worthy representative and the message arrives loud and clear at the wobbly top of the magistracy.”
That’s what I wrote and I reaffirm it.
If signor Mastella thinks it necessary to sue Beppe Grillo for his statements, I beg him to do the same thing to me. In that way I can hand over, as a family member of a victim of the mafia, a part of the gains that will be derived from putting his “warning” into action.
I don’t think I can add anything to Benny Calasanzio’s letter except to say that I stand with him in his request made on behalf of his own family.
It is so full of offended dignity and of disgust for the squalid declarations of the politicians that it refers to, that any other word would be superfluous.” Salvatore Borsellino
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Anche io sono ammastellato

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Bravo.... Bravo... Io sono nato al grande SAN DANIELE RIPA PÒ.... e mi sento orgolioso che un connaziolnale mio mio sia all'Antardida, io abito in Argentina, se ricevi cuesto mesaggio fammelo sapere, per adesso, forza e sempre avanti.. tanti saluti.... Aureliano

Posted by: Aureliano Galli | November 19, 2007 12:40 PM


Pepito Grillo
You should pay 24 Euros every day until you learn to write in English.
And don't even try to complain because it's your fault!

Posted by: High Plains Drifter | November 17, 2007 07:48 PM


INCASSANO SENZA RISOLVERE I PROBLEMI
PENSANO SOLO AD INCASSARE

Posted by: pepito grillo | November 16, 2007 10:08 PM


36 centesimi di euro per entrare in centro a Milano in macchina contro i 12 € di Londra. Neanche il prezzo di un biglietto della metropolitana!
Da domani voglio cmq uno sconto di 36 centesimi per essere tra i pochi stronzi che la metropolitana se la prende.
Dove sono le città con metropolitana in Italia. Palermo non ne ha, Napoli neppure, Torino, Bologna.
La macchina a casa: esigiamo i mezzi pubblici che ci sono stati rubati.

Posted by: pepito grillo | November 16, 2007 10:04 PM


beppe, zopa is now in italy. please write a post about this news!

Posted by: giovanni | November 16, 2007 02:17 PM


This is the shame of our country.

Those people must go away!

Posted by: Giovanni Principe | November 16, 2007 01:51 PM


BERLUSCONI, PRODI, FASSINO, BOSSI, CALDEROLI, STORACE, MASTELLA, CASINI, FINI, D'ALEMA THE NEW GODFATHERS.
BRUXELLES STOP THE FUNDS FOR MAFIA. STOP THE FUNDS FOR THEM, BRUXELLES GAVE FUNDS AND THIS GUYS ROBBER IT FOR THE MAFIA, SHAME,SHAME.
BERLUSCONI BOUGHT THE DEMOCRACY, STORACE WANT THE NEW SKINHEADS, STORACE AND BERLUSCONI WANTS THE NEW SKINHEADS PEOPLE AGAINST THE FOREIGN PEOPLE, BROTHERS AGINST BROTHERS.
GET OUT THEM FROM BRUXELLES..
GET OUT THEM FROM BRUXELLES..
GET OUT THEM FROM BRUXELLES..
GET OUT THEM FROM BRUXELLES..
GET OUT THEM FROM BRUXELLES..
GET OUT THEM FROM BRUXELLES..

Posted by: andrea canfora | November 16, 2007 01:39 PM


CUCKOLD MASTELLA
The first son of italian minister of justice CLEMENTE MASTELLA, named Pellegrino Mastella, was betrayed by his wife Alessia Camilleri while she was spending her holidays in August 2007 on the boat of Mastella's friend Diego Della Valle, famous as patch-shoes seller. Alessia Camilleri, wife of Pellegrino Mastella, was fucked by the son of Diego Della Valle on his own boat when Pellegrino Mastella was still in the Ministry of Production in Rome where he works as useless and very salary-earner clerk.
Alessia Camilleri had moved off some days before with her parents-in-law, Clemente Mastella and his mature mistress Sandra Lonardo. All three sailed from Capri and went to Eolian Islands on the barge of the patch-shoes maker Diego Della Valle.
Some days later, Pellegrino Mastella also reached his tribe at Lipari. When he arrived there, he found his wife Alessia Camilleri totally naked on the boat with Della Valle's son and he understood that they had copulated without his knowledge while he was in Rome.
After this surprise, Pellegrino Mastella decided to divorce at once while his father, mafia's boss Don Clemente, tried to not let be known this horny story in the italian reportings.
So Don Clemente Mastella from Ceppaloni decided to block italian media about the knowledge of his cuckold son Pellegrino Mastella.
Clemente Mastella, as cuckold-himself, is now trying to block all web sites of the most clever italian people because they could let known through all the world this great cuckold misadventure of his son Pellegrino which - at now - is still nearly unknown in Italy.
At the moment Alessia Camilleri has leaved the house where she was living with the son of "fat" Clemente Mastella in Rome and she went to live with patch-shoes maker Della Valle's son in another northern italian city.
Now we all know why mafious hack Clemente Mastella is attempting to introduce a new bad law in Italy to limit peoples' freedom of expression.

Posted by: John Pippetts | November 16, 2007 01:28 PM


Suspend them all from Monday next.
If they are really needed we will realize, but they're not needed and we all know it already.
Don't wait for them to go.
They are too much damage.
They are the foundation of all the scum that spreads its stench through society.

Enough, Otherwise it means that we still like it!!!
We want it!!! Stop punishing ourselves and each other. SEND THEM HOME TOMORROW MORNING. And put Beppe on the television not all these various appearance dependent unreal poor soppy idiots that talk about life because they can't remember want it is. Give Silvio back Odeon TV and limit him to that or let him go be a cowboy with Bush and Blair, but within a suitable compound. We can't wait until 25/4 for another V day to have this abuse of our freedom by disinformation ceased. TIC TOC...

Posted by: Robert Goodey | November 16, 2007 12:56 AM


QUOTE
Today it is enough that an unworthy Minister like signor Mastella blackmails a beautified Head of the Government, perhaps with him too being involved in the same affair, threatening a government crisis, for the whole political class to close ranks round their worthy representative and the message arrives loud and clear at the wobbly top of the magistracy.” UNQUOTE

A "beautified" Head of the Government (BAD English!)

"un imbelle capo del Governo" = a (cowardly, faint-hearted or timid) Head of State

Does it make more sense now? :-/

Posted by: Adri Mian | November 16, 2007 12:47 AM


What on earth is "CLIENTISM"???

Surely you mean CORRUPTION OR IMPROBITY ...

Whoever translated this is either ignorant of the English language or doesn't own an Italian-English dictionary!

Posted by: Adri Mian | November 16, 2007 12:37 AM


His imbecility is like the Universe.

Nobody knows its boundaries.

Posted by: Giovanni Principe | November 15, 2007 10:13 PM


Mastella. I just don't like him. His comportment and the fact he can't pay his restauraunt bills - Stricia Noticia of some time ago. Apart from that he is terribly ugly and not convincingly sincere, but I supose he can't help that.

Posted by: ron.Underwood | November 15, 2007 08:43 PM


Mastella. I just don't like him. His comportment and the fact he can't pay his restauraunt bills - Stricia Noticia of some time ago. Apart from that he is terribly ugly and not convincingly sincere, but I supose he can't help that.

Posted by: ron.Underwood | November 15, 2007 08:43 PM


Go on like that Beppe...I am going to follow you till Italy would be a free country! From the Netherlands I am always following your struggle and I must admit I never saw a person like you capable to unify the souls of the honest citizens!
Grazie per tutto!!

Posted by: Eugenio Daviso | November 15, 2007 08:41 PM


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