The year of the Big Bins

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There's a good habit at the end of the year. Throw away old things from the balcony onto the car below, or, more soberly, turn them into a gift, making out that they are new/old for some friend or relative or, modern choice, get rid of them in the appropriate recycling bin.

Casini, as usual, has been quicker off the mark (but this is one of his inborn qualities) and he has recycled himself in the urban refuse, as witnessed in this photograph, without even waiting for the end of the year.

And he's in this.

He was involved when he expressed his solidarity with Dell’Utri after his judicial conviction for association with the mafia.

He was involved when he asked the Procura di Milano for explanations about telephone intercepts in which a Caltagirone was mentioned and Caltagirone is the surname of his present companion.

He was involved in his institutional role as President of the Lower House of Parliament, when the trickster electoral law was approved.

He was involved on the front page of the Corriere della Sera on the last day of the year dedicated to him and to his declarations (shame on you Mieli).

Not all of them are gentlemen like Casinibigbin who, as he himself says, is a person who is highly responsible.

The others need a tiny bit of help from the Italians to be slightly on the edge.

Draw up your own list and start with our employees, of the monopolies, of the financiers (refer: Tronchetti), of the property tycoons, of the newspaper people, of the TVs.

The year 2006 can be the year of the general cleansing; let’s all become ecological operators.
Let’s fill up those big bins.

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Posted by: Gianluca De Santo | January 2, 2006 06:07 PM


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