The beautiful washerwomen of the Left


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The election campaign seems like a Mexican siesta. Topo Gigio and the psycho dwarf, twin brothers. Altar boys serving the same Mass. If someone says something different from the common programme (as Antonio Di Pietro has done) they are pierced with arrows like Saint Sebastian. Di Pietro has put forward the idea of a single public TV channel removed from the control of the parties and without advertising. And the limitation of just a single concession of the national radio-TV frequencies for any individual person. The frequencies belong to the State who assigns them as a concession. It can give them to anyone: to Berlusconi just as it can to Signor Rossi. No one owns them. In London or in Madrid, the citizens would not bat an eyelid at the idea of this suggestion. And they don’t even in our country. Il has started a survey “Di Pietro wants to leave Mediaset with a single channel. Do you agree?” 70% responded “yes”.
In Italy if the opinion of the general public does not match that of the parties, it doesn’t count. They are companions that make mistakes. The middle classes who haven’t understood the message.
If the former P2 member, Cicchitto: Armed wing, represented by Antonio Di Pietro, to hit the political adversary and announce a programme, with the related laws to follow, that aims at destroying Mediaset, that is the leading TV company in the country, with the inevitable and disastrous effects on employment, just because it is owned by the leader of the Pdl”, and the sorceress Gasparri: “Di Pietro’s idea would create damage not only to Mediaset, but above all it would bring the RAI to its knees”, can be justified as they are employees of the psycho-dwarf. Others are less so.
Sergio Bellucci, head of communications for Rifondazione Comunista: “The public space of communications is a common good that belongs to all the citizens. This is why it has to be defended and given value against every attempt to resize it or deplete its power. Di Pietro’s proposals in relation to communications seem at the moment to be too vague for them to be truly discussed. We will wait to know what is the programme of the Democratic Party so that we can tackle concrete proposals.
But the Democratic Party’s proposals are already laid before Parliament, the words of “trottolino amoroso Follini”.
The information is laid, Mediaset enjoys and the Left has peace of mind.
Without advertising, without parties, a TV channel of the citizens, free to inform, paid with a licence fee like the BBC. I am weighing up the opportunity to buy RAI 3 through a popular subscription. Stay tuned.

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Hello everyone,
Expressly for Mr.Alberto Mazzurana, don’t insult my ability to discern between good and bad Politics and Politicians.
The Professional of Politicking, I don’t even intend to consider their new Venture a Political Enterprise, just an opportunity to pursue and maintain their Economical and Social Status.
What else could they be doing in Italian Society?
Any how please go ahead and knock yourself out, in the meantime hope you have a vested interest in publicizing this Political Affiliation, otherwise if you get rewarded by the amount of Clients you bring in, well don’t quit you day job yet!
This so called New Politic is made out of Politicians, coming out of one Party, establishing a New One, and now talking to the Party they just left to get back together?
Is this absurd or it makes sense to someone?
The future looks bright wear shades.

Posted by: Giacomo Chiametti | February 22, 2008 03:37 PM

Tomorrow and Sunday in Montecatini the ROSA BIANCA meeting for every body who want a new politic !!!

Posted by: Alberto Mazzurana | February 22, 2008 10:53 AM

Corrupt and incompetent politicians stay corrupt and incompetent whether they run alone or in a pack.
Corruption and incompetence leads to filthy rich politicians and reduces Italy to a third world country.
Good luck Italians.

Posted by: giuseppe vidozzi | February 22, 2008 09:32 AM

Grillo, You got an excellent blog for politics curious men like us. Just subscribed the rss feed. Keep it up!

Posted by: Mark | February 21, 2008 01:20 PM

Hello there,
Even though a whole lot of VIPs are publicly calling for a “NO VOTE” the same obtuse Politicians are gambling with Your vote just like a exchangeable goods.
One side or the other makes no difference, Radical are worth 400K votes, IDV (Mr. DiPietro!) worth 3-4%, Mr. Mastella sorry is worthless is being dump and on and on.
The amazing thing is the established fact that you will vote for one side or the other, and since the choices given to you are what’s already establish as Garbage, they only have to be more palatable than the other side.
These people are miserable, have no Political Morals, out of one Party into the closest next Party.
These remind me of Job Market, specifically Job Shoppers (Very in demand in Technical Fields!) so many $ per hour up to 6-9-12 months.
Folks wake up, Italian Politics is the business to be in today, these Idiots tell you anything just to get your vote, but in reality they see the $ sign attached to your vote and another chance to a big payout and a powerful position for 5 years.
Have you seen Resumes for these Individuals?
Have you seen their Tax Returns for the last 10 year, and the one for their relatives?
Have you seen how much are they worth, and how much were they worth before Politics?
You know how much they make, are they worth it?
Do you really believe they will improve Italy or Themselves?
60 years 61 Governments?
One more with these guys will fix the Situation?
Do cow fly?
If it sounds like it, smells like it, taste like it, it must be it!
Prove them wrong, they are already assuming your vote, prove that the first Law of Assumption is “Never Assume otherwise you are wrong since the get go!”
The future looks bright wear shades.

Posted by: Giacomo Chiametti | February 21, 2008 12:47 PM

G'day! I'm a (almost) 18-year-old student from Adelaide, Australia. I'm reading about Beppe Grillo in The New Yorker, and I'm amazed at what you're doing. I have to admit your government makes ours look considerably more likeable at the worst of times- but I can see where your problems are coming from.

As a politically interested person, self-admitted internet geek and video games afficiando, I have a vested interest in maintaining freedom of expression and preventing censorship from going too far. It's simply shameful that any party in your government has to resort to restricting the truth and information that may be used against them.

You don't have to put up with corruption, oppression and censorship. And you don't. That is an inspiration to me.

Posted by: Carl Tedmanson | February 21, 2008 03:56 AM

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