Attention all shipping

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The psycho-dwarf has issued an “Attention all shipping”. He has taken inspiration from his model, Putin. And he has declared with articulation of the words, worthy of a landowner talking to his servants: “Today I will call the Minister of Internal Affairs, and I will give him detailed instructions” for the use of the Police in the schools that are occupied.
Maroni-receive-instructions, the same person who is convicted and sentenced to 4 months and 20 days for resistance and assault (biting the calf) against a public official.
I, more politely, would like to give some advice, not a warning, to the Navigator: to cut and run. He’s not the only one who is responsible for the collapse, even though he is the most visible one. It’s not worth having to pay for everyone. It’s best to do as the Romans do and to disappear quietly.
The collapse of finance is passing the baton to the economy. Not everyone has shares, but everyone does shopping and has to keep a family.
The companies are strangled by debts and the banks no longer give credit. On average, every Italian company has debts of 176,000 euro, the grand total of company debts has gone up to 916.3 billion euro. How many companies will close this year? At least 300,000, but this is a cautious number, very optimistic. In 2009, industrial production will go down, the Gross National Product will be negative, the closures could well double. When production goes down you lose jobs. How many will be staying at home by the end of next year? Two million is a plausible number.
3.2 million families are at risk of losing their house. The repayments for the variable rate mortgages are becoming unsustainable. Will they finish up in the street? It’s possible.
Iceland has gone bust. Whoever would have said that a month ago? Will Italy go bust? Who hasn’t thought that at least once? The public debt will be about (without being too much in the public eye in the media) around 1,700 billion euro with 80 billion a year to be paid in interest.
It’s no longer the time that Gianni Letta went. The great moment of Alifarce, of smocks at school and fingerprints for the Roma people, has finished. And also that of the save-the-trials law and the Lodo Alfano and Topo Gigio’s phantom Opposition.
From Palazzo Chigi to Hammamet takes a blink of an eye. In the event, let the Navigator take Veltroni with him.

They will never give up, neither will we.

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Public funding cuts to health services is bad enough but cutting funds to a country's education (and research) means compromising its future. Obviously, those in power now have no interest in ensuring the future of their own children or anyone else's.

I realise that the Italian modus operandi does not entertain meritocracy but why not get rid of all those university students who are there simply "warming the seats" as they say in Italian. It appears to me that allowing a candidate for a university degree to take as long as ten years to get one is not exactly cost-effective, let alone a way of ensuring that the universities produce top-class professionals.

If it takes that long to obtain a university degree, perhaps those people should be doing something else. IMHO, universities should not just be there to "churn out" degrees.

Posted by: Gianna Mian | October 25, 2008 01:44 AM


I live in an English-speaking democracy where the concept of electing a media baron to run the country would never enter any sane person's mind. Having said that, I now believe this man is not only unfit to run the country due to his conflict of interest but also because he is mentally unstable ... has anyone heard of "senility" in Italy?

End of Part 1

Posted by: Gianna Mian | October 25, 2008 01:31 AM


Well done Beppe! keep on kicking him! the-psyco-midget is on the brink of collapsing despite what he, the great deceiver, and his gang say.

Posted by: maro sowclett | October 23, 2008 11:34 PM


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