You are Beppe Grillo!

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Television time is being taken up by politicians discussing percentages, coalitions, partnerships, waiver agreements and constituencies. These people are out of touch with the Country. Nothing is ever said about our affairs, employment, health and the environment. They explain that politics is a vocation, a life mission. Once they have gotten those first votes, they go on to become politicians for life. As Franceschini said, anyone who is involved in politics should be prepared to get his/her hands dirty. Bribes, administrative crimes and corruption can always be washed clean by means of official pardons, new rules or by abolishing the crime of financial fraud. There is no such thing as impossible dirt. There is always some sort of made to measure law that turns the dirt as clean as driven snow. The Italian politician MUST have dirty hands. In England they are called “civil servants”, here by us, instead, they are known as “dirty hands”.
Yesterday, something happened to shepherd in the New Year. After having listened to the politicians (whatever that may mean), including Prestigiacomo’s sneezes, Furio Colombo’s convulsions and Franceschini’s little or nothing, a young man took over the floor. He spoke about job security, the new types of poverty and about work-related illnesses (tumours). He yelled at them, saying that they are simply totally useless, yet very well paid people who talk through their hats. He simply said out loud precisely what many Italians are thinking. Then another young man intervened. A twenty-year-old wearing a tie and spectacles, who scored top marks in a public service recruitment and selection exercise, with no godfather to back him up. Precisely because of this, he was not selected. He explained that there is no such thing as right or left. These are nothing more than metaphysical concepts. He went on to tell those employees of ours to fuck off. Now, these are guys that are setting a worthy example, which we should follow.
You, the reader, are Beppe Grillo.
You too can get onto a television programme, stand up and vindicate the Italians. You too can talk about a clean parliament, about temporary employment, about job-related deaths and differentiated waste collection. You too can shout about it. You too can question one of our employees about conflict of interests, about financial fraud, about pardons, about Europe 7, about the bribing of judges on behalf of Mondatori, and DEMAND an answer with a television camera focussed on your face.
You are Beppe Grillo.

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