Political Pornography

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Pornography has been forbidden on TV. The voyeurs can only see it encrypted. The Communications Authority has forbidden 24 hours on 24 “pornographic images that involve the description, the illustration or the visual and/or verbal representation of erotic subjects and of acts or activities that relate to the sexual sphere that are offensive to modesty”.
The intention is to defend the sense of modesty. That’s a good thing. But why start from sex? Basically Eros is natural and gives a certain satisfaction.
Agcom should extend its prohibition to subjects that are more harmful. To the great immodest people. To the convict politicians who are honoured guests on Anno Zero like Gianni De Michelis. Think of the child whose father has a fixed income, workman, office worker, at 1,200 Euro a month, watching that programme.
What will they think? What will they grow up to be? Will they straight away join the Socialist party to get their impunity?
The convicts remain in Parliament, in their prison of gold and silver. A TV appearance can destroy years of civic education for our children. If they want to show off, they’ll be doing it on a talk show that can only be seen directly in prisons.
Apart from the convicts our children can enjoy series of murders on the TV News in the early and the late parts of the evening. The description of bloody events is always accurate. For the assassins who are just starting out it’s a source of continual inspiration.
Human beings smothered, shot at, burned alive, knifed, tortured to death, hit repeatedly, buried alive. Often during dinner time, between a slice of pineapple and the ice cream. Then there’s the drink after the meal and the comment. Violence is worse than sex. Let’s encrypt it together with Andreotti.

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"connecting with the post below, the Taliban should kidnap them and take them away from us. Maybe this would do something good for the both of us." good working.

Posted by: Kurye | November 1, 2007 10:18 AM


I am glad to have the change to read all. Very useful information for all who has interest in this area. I personaly had great advantage from these informations.

Posted by: Evden Eve Nakliyat | October 18, 2007 12:08 PM


What are we waiting for? In Italy everything stays the same, it is too convenient for everyone not to change anything, not even and especially the corrupted pollitical system. Do I have to dream about a better Italy one day? I am not going to do that, I do not deceive myself and I do not believe in anyone else but myself, that is why I left Italy, and start a new life abroad.
There is no way we can eascape, everywhere the world is the same. I miss Italy but I do not miss the political corruption and the weak mentality of the people.

Posted by: Paolo | March 23, 2007 04:46 PM


To Eva Kulnura : I'm glad you wachted the video.
It looks like you found it interesting. That's good.
If you can please spread the word. In case you want to expand a little on the matter I suggest you go to this link
Hope you like it Eva!

http://www.thedossier.ukonline.co.uk/video_drugsmoney.htm

Posted by: piero sanna | March 21, 2007 08:41 AM


Peppiniello is the best of the best, and my only love, forever and ever! ;-))))))))))))))))

Posted by: Raffaella Biferale | March 20, 2007 07:48 PM


From the choice of words I can think only of one person that can clone you and that person is not Peppiniello da Capua.

Posted by: Giovanni Principe | March 20, 2007 05:51 PM


Raffaella Biferale | March 19, 2007 11:42 PM
This post was a CLONE!

Posted by: Raffaella Biferale | March 20, 2007 02:56 PM


Piero,yes I watched the n.1,and I am looking forward to see n.2 and n.3,very very interesting,thanks for the information,I'll talk about later after I'll see the lot,ciao

Posted by: eva kulnura | March 20, 2007 09:36 AM


that's a nice little post Raffaella. Keep it coming please! Has anyone seen the video 'The money masters' yet?

Posted by: piero sanna | March 20, 2007 12:08 AM


The most dangerous for children is the combination of violence and detergents during the advertising.
The young minds can't easily distinguish between violence and detergents,they see murdered people, blood and the soap to wash it all. Desperation just before snacks and washing powder: they think it's all the same. Instead the snacks should always come before the bloody murders! The inhibition threshold against violence will become always lower, unless the snacks are advertised first!

Posted by: Raffaella Biferale | March 19, 2007 11:42 PM


Hi Enrico! I'm very busy at the moment in my "real life" ;-)))))

Posted by: Raffaella Biferale | March 19, 2007 06:03 PM


On a danger scale from 1 to 10 sex would hardly qualify as 1. Violence, war, political and business criminals treated as celebrities in the media would qualify as 10.
(Raffaella, welcome back. Where have you been?)

Posted by: Enrico Rossi | March 19, 2007 05:07 PM


The most dangerous for children is the combination of violence and advertising during the news.
The young minds can't easily distinguish between reality and fiction,they see murdered people, blood and desperation just before snacks and washing powder, they think it's all the same. The inhibition threshold against violence will become always lower.

Posted by: Raffaella Biferale | March 19, 2007 03:53 PM


brilliant!!! and hopefully the rest of the world take up the same attitude!!!! :up:

Posted by: isabel gallagher | March 19, 2007 03:05 PM


Geez! What a great photo!

On a different note, it's amazing how the latest papparazzi scandal has made news all over Italy forcing the parliament to take quick and legal action because one of the blackmailed people happened to be a DISGUSTING politician.

When will the revolution start and the Italians take to the streets. It is LONG overdue!

Posted by: Sam Ciccarello | March 19, 2007 01:19 PM


I agree with you, Beppe.

I think that airing politicians on TV is much more dangerous than even violence because an action movie is just fiction, while those guys are committing crimes for real and, the worst of it, they are always unpunished.
Always.

And, connecting with the post below, the Taliban should kidnap them and take them away from us. Maybe this would do something good for the both of us.

Posted by: Giovanni Principe | March 19, 2007 12:53 PM


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