Bersani is a political stalker. For days he has been harassing the M5S with indecent proposals instead of resigning as anyone else would do in his position. He’s even managed to lose while winning. He has even done worse than poor Waterloo Veltroni. Bersani has spent the last few months thinking up exquisitely political opinions, including:
"Web Fascists, come here and tell us we’re zombies"
"With Grillo we’ll end up like Greece"
"Lenin is no match for Grillo"
"You’re a useless autocrat"
"Grillo is leading people outside democracy"
"Grillo is leading to disaster"
"Grillo wants to govern on top of the rubble"
"Grillo is taking people for a ride"
"Inside the 5 Star movement there’s not much democracy”
"Grillo makes promises like Berlusconi"
"Grillo says things that are unknown to all the democracies"
"Grillo? He can take us out of Europe"
“That’s enough with just one man in charge. Let’s look into each other’s eyes. The Internet is not enough"
"If Grillo wins, the country will be in a mess"
"We are the top party by a very wide margin and this means that we are understood. Because unlike that one there who shouts, we look at each other eye to eye and we hold primaries. We are in the midst of the people."
"Indecent, a male chauvinist like Berlusconi"
"Coming from Grillo there’s populism that can become dangerous"
Now this failed stain removing operator has the cheek to ask us for our support: "I know they used to tell us to 'go home'. Now they're in parliament too. Italy is also their country. Let's see what they want to do for their country and the country of their offspring."
In the last twenty years the PD has been in government for at least 10 years and in the last 18 months it has been in the super-government with the PDL voting for any rubbish from Rigor Montis. Hand shakes and daily hugs between Alfano and Bersani in the Lower House, do you remember?
The M5S will not support any “confidence vote” for the PD (nor for the others). In parliament it will vote for the laws that are in accordance with its programme irrespective of who proposes them. If Bersani wants to propose the abolition of public contributions to the parties starting from these elections, we’ll back that enthusiastically (the M5S has turned down the 100 million euro due to them). If he wants to insert into the timetable the introduction of a citizen’s income we’ll vote for that with passion.
Posted by Beppe Grillo at 10:56 PM in Politics
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