The young industrialists at Santa Margherita

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At Santa Margherita, the young industrialists have been the object of a media paedophilia of overwhelming brutality. Mature comedians have talked without censorship in front of young people of not much more than 30 years. The young president Matteo Colaninno, son of the industrialist convicted of preferential bankruptcy, suffered in silence.
Fini spoke about election laws with no one leaving the auditorium, or more courageously spitting in his face.
The election law that prevents citizens from choosing their candidate was what he and his former government colleagues actually wanted. Bersani denounced that “there are dossiers published by the newspaper of the Berlusconi family” with no one getting up, or more intrepidly, giving him a kick in the balls.
The law on the conflict of interests, the ex-Cirielli, the Pecorella are still there, as is Mastella and the applause for the psycho-dwarf at the conference of the Democratic Party have passed into History. Bersani stated that his hands don’t tremble. Fini repeated that perhaps his ears are singing.
Appearing in front of the young people in the audience Marchionne and Cordero, like the Madonna and St Joseph. Tronchetti and D’Alema were busy at Valencia on Luna Rossa. They were tacking into the wind. Marchionne stated doubts about the activities of Cordero: “Luca does what he has to do and that has no relation to what I do or Fiat.”
But isn’t Cordero president of Fiat? Luca, shame on you! Give back the wages to the Mirafiori workers!
Cordero turned to Fini and Bersani as examples of “responsible and capable politics”. Then he pulled out his balls with unforgettable words: “Yes to the correct relationship, to the rights-duties of citizens to bring a problem to the attention of who has to solve it without feeling that there’s need for a response with non-existent behind-the-scenes-research”.
That’s better than Peppino and Totò. It seemed like John Kennedy in Berlin with instead of “Ich bin ein berliner”, “ Ich bin sim salabin”.
Montezemolo continued to parade himself in front of the young people in the auditorium giving an example of discrete culture: “Without our employees not even Nembo Kid would manage to win this challenge (growth): we have a great obligation to them and a great responsibility.”
At the end of the day, full of sound bytes for the young people present, Bersani went to Piacenza to eat tagliatelle and ragù with the captains courageous Gnutti and Colaninno. Fini immersed himself in the waters at Santa Margherita and then unfortunately he re-emerged.
Luca said goodbye to the open-mouthed young people inviting them to “leave the stomach out”. The willful ambiguity of this expression was the subject of the dinner of confindustrial offsprings. Between a fish and a lobster .and a phone call to dad, the discussions continued until late into the night.

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