Our Employee Prime Minister

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Stefano Benni has sent me these reflections:

"President Silvio didn’t want the war in Iraq but Bush didn’t listen to him.
President Silvio wanted to boost the economy but the business world didn’t put their trust in him.
President Silvio didn’t want laws for individual people but someone made the laws in secret.
President Silvio didn’t want to disturb the unity of Italy but the Lega did it anyway.
President Silvio wanted a seat at the United Nations Security Council but Japan managed to get in ahead.
President Silvio wanted a democratic information system, but instead the press and the TV channels have finished up in the hands of the communists.
President Silvio wanted to eliminate the mafia but the mafia is having a resurgence.
President Silvio wanted to create a dialogue but the opposition didn’t want to.
President Silvio didn’t want Tremonti any more, but Tremonti has come back.
President Silvio wanted to restore the good image of Italy in the world, but the world is wicked and rejects us.
President Silvio didn’t want to avoid being tried but the trials have avoided him.
President Silvio wanted to cut out the parasites, but without his knowing, ICI (property tax) has been removed from the Vatican buildings.
President Silvio didn’t want to buy any more companies, but his brother and his daughter have done this without telling him.
President Silvio didn’t want Previti to go and offer money to the lawyers, but Previti went all the same.
President Silvio didn’t want the war in Iraq but his agents invented Nigergate.
President Silvio didn’t want the war in Iraq but his petrol pump distributor threatened him.
President Silvio didn’t want to be a candidate another time, but they made him do it.
President Silvio didn’t want to take money from the pockets of the Italians but someone did 3 finance laws in a month. The Prime Minister is either a hypocrite or he counts for nothing.

From Stefano Benni (the wolf) .

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Posted by: seksuel | November 27, 2007 01:40 PM


Silvio Berlusconi and Italian Democracy

Professor James Newell (University of Salford) has been awarded 20,208 (Leverhulme Trust Study Abroad Fellowship) to carry out research work, during academic year 2005/06 on a project entitled 'Silvio Berlusconi and Italian Democracy'. His list of publications is impressive and included Organised Crime Economy: Managing Crime Markets in Europe (Wolf Legal Publishers, 2005) edited with Petrus C. Van Duyne, Maarten van Dijk and Klaus Von Lampe.

I hope he will check out this article of Benn's and Beppe Grillo's List of convicted criminals in Berlusconi's Government!

Posted by: Maureen Lister | December 18, 2005 06:57 PM


Let me know what you think about this story. Its about a small island in the Bahamas that is fighting over the fate of their coral reef against a mega-developer who wants to build a giant marina and golf course:

http://www.notesfromtheroad.com/WestIndies/bakers_bay_intro.htm

Thanks! Erik

Posted by: Erik Gauger | November 11, 2005 06:27 PM


Berlusconi has only become a parody of himself. This pathetic, sorry excuse for a man should be committed: he is insane!

Posted by: Rosie Trenta | November 2, 2005 06:07 PM


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