An appeal for piazza San Giovanni by Beppe Grillo

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>>> Today, 5 February at 4:00 pm I’m in Carbonia’s piazza Marmilla, and at 9:00 pm, I’m in Cagliari’s piazza dei Centomila. Tomorrow 6 February at 5:00 pm I’m in Padua’s, Piazza delle erbe, and at 9:00 pm, I’m in Venice. Follow the live broadcasts on La Cosa! >>>

“Ladies and gentlemen, we are at the turning point for this social movement that is turning into a community. We are going around with the camper. They’re giving us cheeses, and salami that we have exchanged for fuel. We are going to sleep in the home of one person, then someone else. We are invited out to supper in people’s homes. This social movement is truly a community. First of all, I want to thank those people who are putting up the money for us. More than 400,000 euro has been donated by about 9,000 people. 45 euro each. These aren’t massive sums so there’s nothing behind it. Everything will be made public. If you want the names to be published, just give your name when you are making the donation. You can maintain anonymity if you want to. At the end of the Tsunami Tour we’ll publish all the invoices. I’m asking you to make a last effort because we have got piazza San Giovanni. The "“It’ll be a pleasure” day" will take place in Rome’s biggest most historical and most significant square. We are there. Let’s make just one more effort so that it will be really massive, a moment in history and an extraordinary demonstration in Rome. It will be remembered for a few decades. Thank you, and see you out there in the streets." Beppe Grillo

sassari-tsunami.jpgThe TsunamiTour in Sassari, 4 February 2013
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how courageous arbonia’s piazza Marmilla speaking audience at this old . truly amazing

Posted by: sabrian mushi | February 6, 2013 10:54 AM


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