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In Campania, the crisis was planned. I got a signal about this when on 23 February 2008, 30,000 young men and women of the MeetUps came out into the streets and into Naples’ piazza Dante to celebrate and to teach each other how to reduce and separate out their refuse, to do curbside collections, composting, and mechanical biological processing. And to demand to have recycling centres like that at Vedelago that transforms scrap, without burning, into synthetic sands for construction purposes. A serious State would have raised up those young people as an example for Naples and for Campania. A colluding State censored them. The event, captured by the TV cameras of the BBC and CNN and other foreign media, was given a black out by the national TV and newspapers, to such an extent that David Willey, the BBC’s Italy correspondent, commented: "To open the newspapers on the following day and not find anything, is embarrassing, but it is clear that in Italy there is no free and independent press.”
The crisis is a film that has already been written. Instead of doing curbside collection in Naples as laid out in the detailed plan, drawn up and paid for in 2003, they are going ahead with incinerators and rubbish tips. In spite of 53 arrests and remands, among which that of Bassolino and the CEOs of Fibe and Impregilo.
260 towns have already started curbside collections in Campania and three months ago there were 146 of them. Another 98 will soon join in. In TV they only talk about incinerators and rubbish tips instead of explaining how to reduce the amount of refuse and how to separate it out. The European Union has given the red light to Berlusconi’s plan and the media and the politicians just speak about “doubts”.
No one is talking about the intervention priorities as set out by Europe. Just rubbish tips, incinerators, rubbish tips (WHO GAINS FROM THEM?), to then make a discovery, as Walter Ganapini has done . He is an honorary member of the scientific committee of the European Environment Agency and he has discovered that a rubbish tip has been in existence and it could have been used and thus avoid the rubbish crisis.
Listen to his interview.

I am asking for the intervention of the Court of Accounts and of the European Union about the plans for the curbside collection that were never put into effect. About the billions of euro in European financing that have disappeared into the air. Dear Europeans, as I have already asked you when I was in Strasburg in November, stop every flow of public money going to Bokassa Bassolino and his cannibals. Italy will be grateful to you.

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Posted by: Guglielmo Battaglia | June 14, 2008 07:31 AM


Eededed, google "italian lynching".

Posted by: louis pacella | June 3, 2008 11:34 PM


Just wondering, is there a monument anywhere in Italy for the eleven Italian immigrants lynched in New Orleans?

Posted by: louis pacella | June 3, 2008 06:46 PM


October, 9, 1890, David Hennessy, police-chief of New Orleans, is killed on his way home by a volley of gunshots fired by a group of men. The outraged citizenry organized a committee in charge of rounding up the "usual suspects". Two hundred Italian immigrants were arrested. Eventually nineteen were charged with the murder of the policeman. The trial by jury acquitted them. The morning of March 14, 1891, six of the immigrants, awaiting their liberation, milled around the prison yard. In the meantime a mob had gathered outside the prison shouting, "death to the dagoes" and soon the prison was under attack. Twenty-five armed men burst into the yard and from fifteen meters opened fire on the six, helpless Italians. Not appeased by their deaths the "respectable" citizens of the community went inside the prison and shot and killed five more immigrants in their cells. In an act of bravado s few of the immigrants's bodies were dragged out of the prison and hung on lamposts for the "well-respected" citizens of New Orleans to see.

Posted by: louis pacella | June 3, 2008 06:27 PM


October, 9, 1890, David Hennessy, police-chief of New Orleans, is killed on his way home by a volley of gunshots fired by a group of men. The outraged citizenry organized a committee in charge of rounding up the "usual suspects". Two hundred Italian immigrants were arrested. Eventually nineteen were charged with the murder of the policeman. The trial by jury acquitted them. The morning of March 14, 1891, six of the immigrants, awaiting their liberation, milled around the prison yard. In the meantime a mob had gathered outside the prison shouting, "death to the dagoes" and soon the prison was under attack. Twenty-five armed men burst into the yard and from fifteen meters opened fire on the six, helpless Italians. Not appeased by their deaths the "respectable" citizens of the community went inside the prison and shot and killed five more immigrants in their cells. In an act of bravado s few of the immigrants's bodies were dragged out of the prison and hung on lamposts for the "well-respected" citizens of New Orleans to see.

Posted by: louis pacella | June 3, 2008 06:26 PM


VEDO ANCORA UNA VOLTA CHE SU QUESTO CIMITERO DI MORTI DI SONNO NESSUNO E DICO NESSUNO SPENDE UNA PAROLA PER CONTESTARE E CRITICARE L'AMMINISTRAZIONE COMUNALE GENOVESE IMMERSA FINO AL COLLO CON LE TANGENTI, LA CORRUZIONE ED IL MAL'AFFARE.

GRILLO, DA TE NON ME L'ASPETTAVO!!!!

CHE FINE HA FATTO QUEL FINTO ADDORMENTATO DI MARCO TRAVAGLIO, SI E' FORSE DIMENTICATO DI SPARARE A ZERO SUI SUOI IMMACOLATI COMPAGNI DI MERENDE?

ANDATE A LECCARE IL CULO A QUELLA PUTTANA DELLA VINCENZI E ROCORDA CARO PEZZO DI MERDA DI GRILLO DI NON RIEMPIRTI TANTO LA BOCCA DI DEMOCRAZIA. INFAME E FIGLIO DI BAGASCIA COME SEI MERITERESTI DI ESSERE SCIOLTO NELL'ACIDO

Posted by: Girolamo Seghetti | June 3, 2008 02:46 PM


VEDO ANCORA UNA VOLTA CHE SU QUESTO CIMITERO DI MORTI DI SONNO NESSUNO E DICO NESSUNO SPENDE UNA PAROLA PER CONTESTARE E CRITICARE L'AMMINISTRAZIONE COMUNALE GENOVESE IMMERSA FINO AL COLLO CON LE TANGENTI, LA CORRUZIONE ED IL MAL'AFFARE.

GRILLO, DA TE NON ME L'ASPETTAVO!!!!

CHE FINE HA FATTO QUEL FINTO ADDORMENTATO DI MARCO TRAVAGLIO, SI E' FORSE DIMENTICATO DI SPARARE A ZERO SUI SUOI IMMACOLATI COMPAGNI DI MERENDE?

Posted by: Girolamo Seghetti | June 3, 2008 02:35 PM


Back on topic: On the matter of mis/dis-information; one of the impressions that I am left with after my 5 year stay in Italy is that the news media are far from independent. On the contrary there appears to be a determined effort to cultivate the populace like one does mushrooms. "Feed them bullshit and keep them in the dark."
I had the benefit of a shortwave radio receiver and ready access to the internet to provide me with a broader perspective on world events and it was a source of constant dismay to listen to the local news sources giving scant or no coverage to matters of considerable importance, whereas the international services provided quite detailed reports of domestic Italian affairs.
There was also some divergence of fact between the locally sourced information and that from international agencies.
Wake up Italy, the select few are benefiting from the general ignorance in which you are being kept, while the rest of your society "goes down the gurgler."

Posted by: Rolly Wheeler | June 3, 2008 05:10 AM


Jeez, you lot; you really empitomise one of the typical Italian traits that have contributed to the poor quality of governance and administration in the country: viz. Lack of focus and self discipline.
For god's sake stay on topic and confine your comments to the subject under discussion.
You're making a mockery of BG's attempts to bring the disturbingly corrupt nature of society into the light of day.
Or maybe that's your intention.?????

Posted by: Rolly Wheeler | June 3, 2008 04:50 AM


Michele: You're "waiting" for me to say something smart? You mean you're hanging on to every word I write? Hang in there boy, just hang in there...and happy hanging!

Posted by: louis pacella | June 3, 2008 04:33 AM


hey pacella (what a surname it remember me the infamous papa pacelli!!)ask yuor sister to give me a nice b.job please!
italians do pretty everything in the world engineering space motors(mercedes bmw etc go with italian technology motors)medicine hi tech material to dress all the biggest skyscrapers in the world architechture and so on, more over than provide superior satisfaction for women and the quality of life can't be rivalled (in italy the life espectation is ten years more than fucking america at least) so fuck you and your genealogy and if you want to say something smart we're still waiting

Posted by: michele tamagnini | June 2, 2008 04:23 PM


hey pacella (what a surname it remember me the infamous papa pacelli!!)ask yuor sister to give me a nice b.job please!
italians do pretty everything in the world engineering space motors(mercedes bmw etc go with italian technology motors)medicine hi tech material to dress all the biggest skyscrapers in the world architechture and so on, more over than provide superior satisfaction for women and the quality of life can't be rivalled (in italy the life espectation is ten years more than fucking america at least) so fuck you and your genealogy and if you want to say something smart we're still waiting

Posted by: michele tamagnini | June 2, 2008 04:21 PM


One thing must be remembered, in GDR there
was a system called SERO. Up to every child
started collecting rubbish and for each material
SERO paid for. But now it was invented the inverse. The green point. The consumer had to pay for getting rid of rubbish. This is an emerging market.
And international rubbish mafia makes gold digging.
But we can stop this crime. How? By collecting glass, paper etc. and asking the dealers how much?
Once they feel that flow of free of charge raw material trickles, they wake up and rise offers. For example paper price on world market has dubbled. In Italy there is no waste paper? Why does this happen? Because cost of getting raw material explode. So the source of raw material free of charge is gold digging. Benito Berlusconi sells rubbish to Germany. Publicly he says how many €€ he has to spend, but in reality he holds up his hand. Rubbis burning has become gold digging too. It is said that costs of rubbish burning is so high and municipal rubbish collectors put the costs onto citizens but at the same time they collect millions of € for selling rubbish. You have doubts? Ask youre municipal rubbish collector what is your balance of income? Top secret europewide!!!
RS

Posted by: Reinhard Stranz | June 2, 2008 03:27 PM


I watched Reporter last night and showed that even Mussolini knew that recycling is the soulution to the garbage we make. But of course, private companies like Impregilo didn't exist back then!

Posted by: Louis Pacella | June 2, 2008 02:59 PM


European Union, waste not a cent on Campania. That region has to clean up its act in more ways than one. It has to change politicians and administrators. Do, the world a favor! Stop sending money. They will only burn Europeans's money in more ways than one! Throwing money to solve Southern problems has never worked! It has only enriched the same people that have ruined that beautiful region. It's time for Southerners to solve their own problems with whatever resouces they have. Sending money South is to perpetuate dependency, corruption and apathy -reasons the garbage crisis is out of control. It's up to the Italian people to get it back under control. The garbage crisis is a chance for Italians to show the world that they can do more than just make fancy, frilly dresses and cars for the rich. The world is watching!

Posted by: Louis Pacella | June 2, 2008 02:48 PM


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