Long Live School!


Now it’s only possible to go to school with an escort. The baby criminal gang will steal your mobile. Cocaine for 20 Euro, at the entrance you find the equivalent of a miserable take home pay. If you’ve got some kind of disability you are tormented by your class mates. And if there’s a “Down” kid who can’t defend themselves then there’s a really terrific beating up scene.
To shout about. It lands up on Google Video and becomes a hit. A person with Down’s syndrome ready to be smacked about, great to see. What’s better than that in your life? Perhaps a mathematics teacher (*) who’s teaching “seni e coseni“ {sine or breasts and cosine} to the young students in the middle school. Surprised as nude as Eve with her students and her trousers down.
The school is the teacher of life. An environment full of sex, drugs and violence. You get hardened up there and then you are ready to be an expert in high finance, in politics, or in public administration. For the dregs, the ones who always struggle, there are still the everlasting professions as thief, drug dealer, prostitute or protection racketeer.
But it’s known that these are just fall back positions for those who have failed. The school needs reinforcements. Our youngsters need survival guides in this jungle. The politicians are the right people to develop a series of audio-visuals to be shown in class.
The topics are limitless: “False accounting”, “crimes that have been pardoned” “corruption of judges” “How to do nothing all your life at the expense of the citizens” “Amnesty for all”.
If a youngster is questioned by the annoying teacher, it’s enough to get her to listen to the responses to questions about general culture given by our employees in the Lower House. Those about Darfur, Nelson Mandela, RCS and Rabin.
The teacher will understand the reasons for your ignorance and will give you a good grade. If those have got where they are, there must be a good reason. And this is why the school is in transformation. To be at the level of the highest representatives of the State.

(*) The type of maths teacher that I would have liked to have.

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Unfortunately there are more than just a few of these creeps around. Hope he gets his comeuppance.

Posted by: Enrico Rossi | November 15, 2006 05:06 AM

Enrico,it seems is charged for molesting two teenagers boys,has been sack from the job,he was in charge of aboriginal affairs with the labor government,ciao

Posted by: evakulnura | November 15, 2006 02:31 AM

Eva: what kind of a sex offense? Did he molest children or was he just having some fun?

Posted by: Enrico Rossi | November 14, 2006 10:12 PM

Marcia,I read your two last comments,and I cryng from laughin,but I am also crying from the sadness of the all situation in Italy,thank you for putting so clearly,is nice to see another side of you,meanwhile here in Australia,in N.S.W,another minister is gone, if find guilty (sex offence) he will lose is superannuation(pension),I thoght I pass the information, hopefully, can make you feel better like me knowing, that other country punish crook poleticians,ciao

Posted by: evakulnura | November 14, 2006 10:06 PM

I love that! This is the italian attitude. This is why the country is what it is.
Great answer!
It discloses that only a flock of sheep could vote for another flock of sheep to run their life!
I'd like that secondary school math teacher (the one that is lately on the news) to give me support lesson to understand why it works like that in the Bel Paese.

Posted by: Perfida Albione | November 14, 2006 11:37 AM

I think it was on your site that someone gave a piece of information that is a “Gem”.

It was something like this:

When journalists asked Butiglione what did he think of his fellow MP’s some of whom had criminal records he replied “the Italian people voted for them”! Profound!

I need a “teacher” to explain that to me.

Posted by: Marcia Visanji | November 14, 2006 09:10 AM

Mio caro Beppe, ciao..
ti voglio scrivere qui, così son sicuro che leggi, per dirti che ho visto il pezzettino di te da Prodi e, amico mio, voglio proprio dirtelo: sei stato stupendo.. che grande.. il tono con cui gli parli di Provera, le cose che dici.. anche senza sentire il resto, si capisce il tono della conversazione e i suoi contenuti.. spero con tutto il mio cuore che le tue parole, il libro, il tempo che hai dedicato anche a questo non sia vano, perché tu sei uno di quelli che ha il potere di cambiare alcune cose, se non altro, nella testa di chi ti ascolta.
ciao Beppe,
hai tutta la mia stima, come sempre.

My deepest congratulations, Beppe, for your recent meeting with Mr. Prodi and for all your efforts to obtain it.
I fully hope that your words and time have been not vain, because you got the power to change things, at least, in people's mind.
Fair well, my friend.

Roby Rubini

Posted by: Roby Rubini | November 14, 2006 12:13 AM

I've always loved math, but I would've loved it even more with a resourceful teacher like that!
A friend of mine who failed many exams and could not hope in a million years of graduating from university ended up as a very successful politician.

Posted by: Enrico Rossi | November 13, 2006 09:33 PM

I think that this is very happy!
Peace, love and free sex at school! And free smoke!

Posted by: Luigi Castaldi | November 13, 2006 07:06 PM

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