The new terrorism

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Politicians are seen round about as little as possible. For Bush’s visit to Rome or for the G8 the army is brought into action to contain the enthusiasm of the citizens. Only the psycho dwarf is no longer taken seriously. He’s gone from the tripod to Genoa’s rotten eggs. Small fry for one like him who is surrounded by 16 full-time body guards. 17 if you count D’Alema.
Our employees are constantly living with armed guards. They move around in armoured cars. We listen to them in the TV salons. While they are talking to each other. Ectoplasms, ethereal beings, far away. Perhaps they even use substitutes. They never take the metro or the tram. They don’t go shopping in the supermarket. They don’t take the children by the hand and walk them to school.
Falcone and Borsellino took refuge in the Asinara at the time of the maxi-trials to escape from the mafia attacks. Our politicians close themselves inside their big buildings to escape from the magistrates and the people.
Whoever protests is annulled with the simple use of words: no global, extremist, anti-democratic, populist, demagogue, justice-ist. The employees are terrified of their employers. Even by a simple question asked in public.
The right to criticize is not allowed. If you give a voice to the precarious workers, victims of the Biagi law, you are a terrorist. If you denounce paedophilia in the Church, you are a terrorist.. If you explain that incinerators cause cancer, you are a terrorist. If you don’t want convicts in Parliament, you are a terrorist.. The citizen that raises his voice is a terrorist.
And what if someone starts to think that it is the State that is the terrorist? And that whoever is annoying is intercepted by the Secret Services? And that the war in Iraq had nothing to do with the weapons of mass destruction, but lots to do with oil? The citizen, grabbed by these and many other doubts, would go off to his employee and ask for explanations. But before he manages to get to him, he would be himself reached by sane democratic beatings. That way he’d learn not to be a terrorist.

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All the effort is worth that becomes stops of a form or another one, to avoid the terrorism, that so many lives has received!

Posted by: sign of cancer | December 12, 2007 10:52 PM


A new Master Degree in Politicking has been inaugurated at The Bocconi University in Milan Italy.
This new PHD Course has been established in response to the high demand on the Italian Market, resulting from the Salaries commanded by this Expertise & Knowledge and abundance of opportunities.
Selections of Teachers and the Dean for this branch of The Bocconi University are ongoing, although few front runners have already made public.
The down selected Individuals are:
1) Mr. Andreotti
2) Mr. Berlusconi
3) Mr. Cossiga
4) Mr. Prodi (As soon as he is available!)
5) Mr Scalfaro
6) Mr. Ciampi
7) Mr. Dalema (As soon as his Political carrier is terminated!)
Due to the age of the down selected individuals, the PHD Course is very closely located to the San Raffaele Hospitals.
Cost of the above mentioned PHD Course should be between 25-45 KEuros for two year period, although upon presentation of Political Sponsorship (Recognizable Surnames have additional Points for admission!) the entire sum will be charged to the Italian Ministry of Education.
Cheers, long live The Italian Institutions

Posted by: Gothlingun Y. | June 12, 2007 04:18 PM


About all the telephone conversation released to the attorneys involved in the Unipool case, were innocent Prominent Political were recorded pronouncing cheers and acclaims, have somehow leaked to the press.
One Prominent Political Figure was heard explaining that He thought Unipool was a new Soccer Club in Bologna, while the other Prominent Political Figure explained that his remarks were relative to a new taylor made Suit he just ordered (That would justify the “Sto’ abbottonatissimo”.
Any how about the whole matter, both stated the impropriety of the recordings, and emphasized that Politicians by definition are not responsible for any of their action in a court of Law, but only with their Peers.
Cheers, long live Italian Institutions

Posted by: Gothlingun Y. | June 11, 2007 06:34 PM


Now this should justify why only 0.8% of Income Tax Returns are above the 100.000,00 Euro limit.
A preliminary count of Political Prominent Figures (Senators, Representatives, Majors, Governors, Comedies Chairman’s, Judges etc etc!) extrapolated approx 500.000,00 people receiving income above and beyond mentioned limits.
The explanation is now clear and transparent (1 Euro=1936,27 Liras!)
Cheers, long live Italian Institutions

Posted by: Gothlingun Y. | June 11, 2007 05:30 PM


Upon a detailed and meticulous review from the Italian IRS, it appears that a big discrepancy between the Monthly Checks the Public Administration issues every month and the Tax Returns of the same individuals.
A preliminary justification, (Not Official yet!) it appear to a first review that the Recipient of mentioned Monthly Paychecks, in their Tax Returns divided the Income by 1936.27 Lira to a Euro.
It has also being acknowledged that The Memo concerning the Participation of Italy to the Euro was never sent to the fore mention Individuals, by Certified Mail with Returned Signature.
Therefore new Checks will be issued to these Individuals in Euros, while their Tax Return emended and added to the National Debt.
Cheers, long live Italian Institutions

Posted by: Gothlingun Y. | June 11, 2007 05:21 PM


The cat is out of the bag!
Mr. Dalema responding to an anchorman from CNN International stated “When Italian Politicians can’t make shady deals and have no impunity; we really are at the bottom of the Italian barrel”.
“There is no Morals in this Country anymore” continued Mr. Dalema, while expeditiously walking toward Unipool Bank Office, to ascertain that his investments will be moved into a specific Bahamas Edge Fund.
Cheers, long live Italian Institutions

Posted by: Gothlingun Y. | June 11, 2007 03:07 PM


Italian Politicians and the Party Establishment have been contacted by Univision (The makers of the Soprano Show on HBO!).
The contact with the above mentioned Class, is related to the rumors that a new show HBO is seriously considering (The Soprano has ended after 8 successful years!).
Rumors are swirling around, and the possible new show will be named “The Untouchables” while the Italian Public Establishment will have an Open End Contract as Consultants.
Monetary value of the Contract is unknown at this time, although few Bahamas Banks and Hedge Funds are actively pursuing the opportunity as Financial Advisers for the Politicians ( UBS, Unicredit, Goldman Sachs etc are the front runners).
An IPO of the Company is foreseen in Milan La Borsa.
Cheers, long live Italian Institutions

Posted by: Gothlingun Y. | June 11, 2007 02:54 PM


After 70 years History repeats itself and we still didn't get it.

Posted by: Giovanni Principe | June 11, 2007 01:59 PM


While The Infamous Devolution has evolved into Childhood Regression for Politicians from all sides!
The new game in town is “Little Brother” created by Endemol obviously, owned by Mr. Berlusconi (Fits just right with his physical stature!).
The rules of the new games are, confuse the Issues, Mud Slinging Each other and ultimately Chaos.
Irrational Chaos ultimately eliminates choices, resulting in “No changes” therefore the Golden Rule will trumpet again.
This vision was extrapolated by Mr. Rockefeller in late 1800 and Endemol is bringing it to your TV for a small fee.
The backing of Italian Political Establishment has been assured (Mr. Berlusconi, Mr. Prodi and Mr. Dalema are enthusiastic about it) therefore their financial future has been invested appropriately.
Stock market all over the world are booming and at record levels (Expect Italy obviously!) while Industrialist, Bankers and Financial Brokers are eager for the new game to start, general population should look forward to interactive opportunity into the new game, although some financial hardship is foreseen for the masses.
Coming soon to screens near You!
Cheers, long live Italian Institutions

Posted by: Gothlingun Y. | June 11, 2007 01:37 PM


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