The countersigner


Last year STM realized that there were serious irregularities. 30 million Swiss Francs were missing. The Swiss prosecutors investigated. At the end of 2006, Mosconi, STM Treasurer was arrested as well as other people.
Mosconi’s boss was Pasquale Pistorio who countersigned the documents on trust.

I recognise my signature and I presume that Mosconi asked me to countersign the contract …. I, generally, did not check the document. I trusted my colleagues”.
“People helping me asked me to sign the documents and they told me that they had analysed the content.”
It can happen to anyone to have unfaithful colleagues.
If Telecom had Tavaroli, Pistorio can have had Mosconi. And it’s not a fault, just a gap, a crap action, a shit affair to be excused. Let Pistorio make excuses like Tronchetti has and that’s the end of it.
I suggest that Telecom shareholders take a safeguarding action. That they employ a countersigner to countersign Pistorio’s countersignatures. To have more peace of mind.

Pistorio Villarosa (B.Grillo)

This is the song of Pistorio Villarosa
who was the fascinating STM engineer PISTORIO!
You know Pistorio Villarosa
with the fascinating mouth
they thought ha was Spanish or Portuguese,
instead he was adopted by Ticino and was a rough
and modest engineer and did his job
it was a joy
Now however Pistorio Villarosa
reposes all day
every screen Tronchetti
seeing him says I love you and he believes it
and so to save a bit on expenses
he has to work for Telecom and Fiat in Turin!
Olé olé, Pistorio Villarosa
who was the fascinating STM engineer
with his look that disturbs
he is the Oscar of the balance sheets
how many Boards he has conquered is not known
And one great day Pistorio Villarosa
up and left the fascinating STM
fleeing from Canton Ticino
favoured by destiny he became president
And now Pistorio has the arm chair,
Pistorio to his advisers what are you all doing
you get him messed up, how’s that, how’s that Pistorio,
Pistorio and the balance sheets what a pleasure,
something’s up, what to do, what to do
Olé, olé, Pistorio Villarosa
It’s just a memory the fascinating STM
how many times has he countersigned,
so many times he has trusted
and now he’s the presidentinlove.
What a song that Pistorio Villarosa
who was the fascinating STM engineer

Original text of the original song

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Hello and thanks Evakulnura
I am all thrilled and most definitely no hard feeling coveted here.
As you said, I rather am boring than incorrect, as for your comments instead rest my case on the uplifting!
I know the truth hurts many times more than it does enlighten, although pretty clear to me (Only) that you are well above the crowd and therefore unnecessary.
Thanks for showing up so very often and spread the gospel of Evolution (Wherever you got it from!)
Thanks any how.

Posted by: Giacomo Chiametti | April 27, 2007 04:41 PM

Giacomo Chiametti,likewise,save your diatribe for the italian side of this blog,they are the one that need help,by the way you are getting repetitive as well as boring,can you please change your tune,with something more uplifting too,no hard feeling,ciao

Posted by: evakulnura | April 27, 2007 07:05 AM

How can you say something like that to Beppe?!
Jesus said 2000 years ago not to throw stones,you not only are throwing stones,YOU ARE THROWING STONES TO JESUS.
Beppe is only doing justice for the world with his passion for life and the love in his hart and it is a shame when the world replies with a fuck you.
Now,we found a planet,(gliese 581) I'm going there and i'm taking grillo and other good people with me,we'll leave you here
so you can throw stones at each other you small mind people.

Posted by: maurizio casu | April 27, 2007 06:00 AM

Hello there Evakolnura (Not sure what pronoun to put before it?)
I can’t blame you for your statement, although if you have nothing positive to say, the least you can do is, don’t say anything.
Same result, less wasted time and space.
Thanks any how for remind us where we came from!

Posted by: Giacomo Chiametti | April 26, 2007 06:08 PM

Hello there ladies and gentlemen
This is Italy after all, a scandal per day, although after the initial shock and awe effect gets accepted as normal behavior since the Institution (Justice to mention one!) is incapable or intentionally ill equipped to handle nothing more than bimbo’s scandals or some political sexual escapade.
Every one should inculcate in their own head, that Institutions in Italy, are a mere assembly of Incompetent Politician or Incapable Nepotisms assigned into an Institution to stay subdued and out of the way of the daily routine.
Do you really expect Justice to work?
Do you really expect CONSOB to do his statutory duty?
Do you expect the Mail System to work? (Look at DHL Germany mail system or TNT Dutch mail System, keep on dreaming?)
Do you expect Transportation System to work? (After they sold it, it’s making so much money for the few that the Spain wanted it?)
The above mention Institutions, are just the tip of the iceberg, while for the whole Atoll of Government Agencies, parasitic and paralyzed by Absurd Incompetent Politicians running them what should I say they simply exist although don’t count!
Someone mention Newspapers, come on Italy is already in the third millennium, newspapers belongs to the Party System, so figure out which side of the isle do you belong and read the affiliated newspaper, if you believe it it’s true for you.
Apathy and Irresponsible Politicians have Italy in the bag from quite sometimes, I am only waiting for the right spark.
Now even the ECB has officially stated in Italy 65.8% of any law abiding citizen Income goes to maintain any Italian Government (What do you get in return?).
The highest tax rate in Europe, for the worst Services!

Posted by: Giacomo Chiametti | April 26, 2007 02:11 PM

Hi Far East Observer,

I´d be interested in reading more about your experience in the Far East.

You´re right about the insults. Often, messages get cut and it is odd that that one is still there.

The allegations referred to in the other posts are actually circulating in the media. It would be interesting to know whether they are true or false. We´ll see. Or maybe not.

The phone recharging fees were a rip-off. Now they have been abolished. However, the regular cal rates have been increased... so consumers are back to square 1. Still being ripped off, just in a different way :) That´s Italy.

But tell us more about the Far East. Maybe we´ll follow in your footsteps!


Posted by: Dave Matthews | April 26, 2007 11:04 AM

This blog is hitting rock bottom,sad really.

Posted by: evakulnura | April 26, 2007 09:24 AM

Guys , please behawe,
no insults nor false allegation in the only free place to say somthing to million people.
Without Grillo people still would pay the "ricarica" fee of the mobile phone, without this very decent blog ther will be people still stealing without beeen at list noticed.No insults here please. here in far east you would be in jail only of you speak, not insults.
Beppe you mustbe veru patience and please take care of your health then when you represent the piccoli azionistiwould be a pitty that you have an heart attach!

Posted by: the far east observer | April 26, 2007 09:22 AM

Oh when the francs
get cashed in
by some "smart" employee...

That´s when the firm
goes down and out
and the investors lose their shirts.

Posted by: Ella Fitzgerald | April 25, 2007 05:01 PM

Grillo, will you tell us your opinion about all the infamous allegations that are being made about our Prime Minister, Romano Prodi?

I am indignant that some can link Prodi to the KGB or to bribes and still keep their newspaper open. In any normal country, that mud slinging would land you in jail!

Posted by: Dorotea Salvetti | April 25, 2007 11:02 AM

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