Fiscal Shield: out with the names!

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If two pieces of evidence make one proof, one can calmly say that the Fiscal Shield was also used to clean up the election finances of the parties and the accounts of the politicians. Luigi Lusi, the treasurer of the Margherita party led by the unaware Rutelli, has brought back the money from Canada. Gianluca Pini, a parliamentarian and the leader of the Lega in Emilia Romagna, has done a credit transfer nearer to home, from the republic of San Marino, with a value of 400,000 taken from the tax authorities. The laws are voted for, then they sing.
Before increasing taxes on our homes with the IMU, the IMU bis and the SUPER IMU, before checking up on the receipts for the agricultural tourism in the mountains, before increasing the tax burden on the salaries of the manual workers and the office workers, before increasing the sales tax on consumer goods like food, before shifting pensions until the hour of our death, before increasing the road tax and petrol, before the decimation of the new local and regional taxes. Before literally dying of hunger with the lowest salaries in Europe and the highest taxes of any civilised country. Well, before all of that, before taking the country into poverty to save the “spread” and the dreadful wastefulness of the parties in the last two decades that have gifted us two thousand billion in public debt, I would like to know the full names and addresses of those who have taken advantage of the Fiscal Shield to a value of tens of billions. It’s my right as a tax payer. It’s the right of all the Italians that pay taxes without a 5% amnesty. It’s the right of those who have always honoured their duty in relation to the tax authorities without letting up. It’s possible that other parliamentarians and lobbyists connected to the parties have taken advantage of the Fiscal Shield. So out with the names, all the names, to eliminate any shadow of doubt. The Fiscal Shield was what both the PDL and the PDminusL wanted. In response to the question about his absence from the Chamber for the vote on the unconstitutionality of the Fiscal Shield D’Alema responded (video): “Yes, I was absent, because I had a demonstration and I hadn’t given myself a good explanation that this vote was important.” Rigor Montis has to publish the names of those who have been shielded. If we go to the social butchery at least we have to know who brought us there! We won’t go down alone. Out with the names of the piranhas of State, and soon!

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Sono tutti ladroni cominciando da Berlusconi si deve costruire un carcere solamente per loro e metterli tutti dentro. se venissero indagati tutti per evasione al fisco andrebbero tutti dentro in direttissima. E evidente che lo scudo fiscale interessava molto ai politicanti Berlusconi per primo ed ora ci manca il coraggio di mettere alla luce le loro malefatte perpetue. un conto e' chi ruba per fame, lo dimostrano quel che sta a succedere nei super mercati perche la gente non ha piu soldi nemmeno per sfamarsi. ma chi vie pagato profumatamente e ruba 25 anni di galera e' il minimo. se non si da un esempio questo trend non finira' mai, e questi super ARROGANTI continueranno a regnare in eterno.

Posted by: Mario Salassa | April 30, 2012 12:57 PM


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