Given that:
- The CSM {magistrates' governing body} has denounced SISMI {Military Intelligence and Security Service} for having spied on the prosecutors of the Republic of Milan, Rome, Turin and Palermo, surveilling the initiatives of 47 Italian magistrates with the intention of intimidating and discrediting them with actions “even traumatic” and furthermore, spying on 156 European magistrates.
- Among the magistrates spied upon, some were engaged in trials that involved leading members of the Centre Right
- Among the magistrates spied upon are Bruti Liberati, Colombo, D’Ambrosio, Ingroia, Caselli, Bocassini, Davigo, Greco, and Paciotti ...
- the denunciation was voted on with unanimity and the contents confirmed, by the President of the Republic, in his position as the President of the CSM.
- the denunciation of the CSM says that SISMI carried out a task that was “outside its role and competencies” as it should have “watched over the integrity of the State and not guaranteed the stability of the contingent government”
- SISMI, the Military Intelligence and Security Service reports directly to the Ministry of the Defence which is responsible for its organisation and activities on the basis of the directives given by the President of the Council.
- SISMI carried out this illegal activity from 2001 to 2006 during the Berlusconi government
- The head of SISMI was Nicolò Pollari, Minister of Defence, Antonio Martino and President of the Council, Silvio Berlusconi all the same.
- the CSM got sun stroke
- Pollari, Martino and Berlusconi are involved in the most serious act of subversion against democracy in Italy

In comparison, Watergate was a Nixon silliness, stealing the sweets from the children. The scandal broke then thanks to the reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein of the Washington Post. In Italy it has needed the CSM.
And no senator or deputy, apart from a couple, has done anything. Anyway, Pollari has defended himself on the psycho-dwarf’s Tg5: “Never done any illicit activity”.
Today parliament is quiet. A beautiful July day waiting for the holidays, before gagging the judges with the new Ceppalonia law and forbidding the publication of the intercepts of politicians.
In dictatorships we know who we are up against, in the Italian pseudo-democracy, not even that.

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