25 July 2008: The Trip to Rome

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On 25 July 2008 there’ll be the Trip to Rome. The route will wind round the HQs of the parties that are expropriating democracy. The streets of the capital, deaf and grey, reduced to a bivouac of soldiers by the psycho-dwarf, will be filled with colours. Via della Scrofa (AN), via dell’Umiltà (PDL), Piazza Sant’Antanastasia (PDminusL), Via Due Macelli (UDC), a spectacular show.
Anyone participating in the Trip will have to be on foot or on non-motorised transport. The only limit is your imagination. Bicycles, rickshaws, skates, skate boards, on the back of a mule, on a sledge pulled by a San Bernardo or in a horse-drawn carriage.
During the Trip there’ll be a distribution to the people of Rome of fliers containing all the “porcata” {pig-like-things} about the Justice System that have been approved by the Grand Council (the former Council of Ministers) of the psycho-dwarf and its catastrophic effects on the security of Italians. The PDL, voted in for security, did not however specify that they were referring to the security of not finishing up in prison for their leader. Legislative details.
Delinquents out of prison. Tribunals paralysed. The save-the-criminals law. 95% of crimes not punishable. The army in the cities. I smell a slight scent of shit in the air.
On 25 July 1943 “il Duce” was sacked by the Grand Council and he was then arrested. It’s a special day. An anniversary that augurs well.

Translation from the Italian entry in Wikipedia: “The agenda item prepared by Grandi was one of the three agenda items presented to the secret sitting of the Grand Council of Fascism organised for Saturday 25 July 1943 (that turned out to be the last). The agenda item was approved and brought about the fall of Benito Mussolini and opened up the final phase of the fascist regime, characterized by the Italian Social Republic.”
From Beppe Grillo’s blog: “The Grillo Trip to Rome was organised for Friday 25 July 2008. It brought about the final phase of the Berlusconian regime and it was felt to have led to a new Renaissance.”


The details of the itinerary and the starting time will be given in the next few days.

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Quote: 'on a sledge pulled by a San Bernardo'

Most amusing !

Posted by: Paul Whittaker | June 25, 2008 04:08 PM


to @jackass18
just get yourself a peroxide fix wanker....
you and your bitches
fuck off from the blog and hopefully get squeezed on the motorway next saturday

Posted by: michele Tamagnini | June 25, 2008 02:34 PM


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