Heís not the right age Ė for the Antimafia

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In Italy the justice system doesnít work. A note stating that you are under investigation is already a lifetime sentence. In two ways: you never know how it will turn out, and you donít know when it will finish. The proceedings are obstacle races. The tools and resources are fit for the fourth world.
But in this disaster, even the little that does work, mustnít work. If a magistrate is dealing with powerful interest, aggression is expected.
Aggressive actions in one direction, not hitting the magistrates who are inert or distracted.
A strategy that has had its highest moments in DíAlemaís Bicamerale, in the Castelli project to reform the judiciary and in the anti-Caselli law of the Berlusconi government in 2005.
Do a calculation and you discover that at that time Caselli was 66 years old.
You get the result and you find that anyone who is 66 years old or over is prohibited from being the national Antimafia Prosecutor. Because of age.
A simple contra-personam law that excludes from the competition for the job a magistrate who is ďguiltyĒ of having asked for the position of Falcone and Borsellino after their slaughter in 1992, of having fought against the mafia and above all, of having investigated Andreotti and DellíUtri. Attack one
(Caselli) to educate all the other independent magistrates.
The Constitutional Court has overturned this shameful law. Good news. We expect our employee the magistrate Caselli to be immediately appointed national Antimafia Prosecutor. The blog will launch an ongoing campaign with the aim of getting a million emails to the employee President Napolitano.
Meanwhile I am looking at new popular laws. Anyone with a surname starting with Berlus and ending with coni cannot do politics. And also those starting with Mas and ending with tella.

Tomorrow Iím in Brussels where Iíve been invited to the European Parliament.
Iíll talk about our national record, of our 25 convicted deputies and senators.
Soon the video.

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Itís being ascertained that Impregilo Spa. Is the cause of the garbage pile-up through Campania Region?
Therefore the mentioned Company will be barred from Government contracts for some years, while all the Politicians that signed those Contracts will receive a bonus lump sum of a (1) million each as a well done thank you.
Cheers, long live The Italian Institutions

Posted by: Gothlingun Y. | June 27, 2007 07:05 PM


Indian Outsourcing Agencies like Tata Enterprises (Fiat has already established a co-operation!) are considering bidding for all the Italian Public Administration processes.
Due to the complete incompetence and non functionality of the Mention Agencies, even in the worst case at least through remote call centers the Italian Citizen will have an English Speaking person to converse with a maybe learn something.
By the way the cost savings of replacing the Public Administration with Indian Outsourcing should be in range of 30-60% over the current one.
Italian Unions are considering strikes against Outsourcing of Government Work.
Cheers, long live The Italian Institutions.

Posted by: Gothlingun Y. | June 27, 2007 02:46 PM


Screw them back with the same vengeance, cheat on everything you can cheat on, send your money to Switzerland, Luxemburg and the Caiman just like they do!
If they come to check on your taxes, explain to them that the Government has no clue on what to do with the already large sum of taxes collected so far, why should I aggravated the situation with a larger Treasure.
Cheers, long live The Italian Institutions.

Posted by: Gothlingun Y. | June 27, 2007 02:21 PM


Ohhhhhps sorry I tuned in the wrong channel, it appears more jockeys racing for the top spot rather than a Democratic race for most suitable Politicians.
Maybe I am missing the point; slap them few more time when they complain about this fucked-up Country.
This is their Country after all, what do you expect?
Bend over with a big smile and bring your own KY jelly lubricant by the way.
Cheers, long live The Italian Institutions.

Posted by: Gothlingun Y. | June 27, 2007 02:15 PM


GO Beppe GO !!!!!!!

Posted by: Klaus Chieri | June 26, 2007 12:09 PM


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