Ambulances and official cars

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The newspaper l’Unione Sarda reports that the convoys of politicians are more important than the ambulances. They have priority. The injured person has to understand, to accept the priority of politicians. If he goes into a coma it’ll be for the fatherland.
It doesn’t matter that what is described is true, it’s worrying that it could be true. It can happen and it does happen. The official cars with the siren sounding that are taking our employees to their holiday homes using the emergency lanes really do exist. Stop them. You in the queue. You are extra. Ask the parliamentarian for his driving licence and vehicle documentation. The reason for violating the highway code. He will reply: “You don’t know who I am”. Keep calm. Reply: “one of our employees”. If he insists, make a note of the registration number and denounce him for abuse of power. First read him his rights: "The people should not be afraid of the ones who govern, but those who govern should be afraid of the people.”
Our employees no longer need to instruct their servants, anyway it’s natural. Italy of services that are denied, of services that are private. Always with our money.
The politicians should use public transport, as happens in other countries. If they are in a hurry, a taxi. If they don’t do that it’s because they are afraid of the citizens. To carry the escort of the psych-dwarf or of Ms Moratti a whole carriage on the metro would not be enough.

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BERLUSCONI OR PRODI...! THEY ARE THE PRODUCTS OF OF THE ITALIANS EVOLUTIONS...! Let's say evolutions... Asking to change that situation to Italy it's like to say to a Chines

Posted by: G. Costa | August 27, 2007 11:22 AM


Italy is like that because.. and only because... Italian people...!!!

Posted by: G. Costa | August 27, 2007 11:05 AM


"AN APPLE A DAY KEEPS THE DOCTOR AWAY".

I'll try to eat an apple while being in Sardinia. Just in case I'll decide to spend there my vacation one day, that would be the right solution.

In the meantime -and maybe forever- I better prefer to spend my vacation abroad.

Regards!
Luigi DE SOCIO

Posted by: luigi de socio | August 26, 2007 10:57 PM


Hello there!
Is anyone really surprised these things happen?
Not even Mr. Grillo is, although He is just trying to stir up some reactions.
Examples as the one shown here are the norm in Italy, until someone will stand up to it, he/she will have his/her 15 minutes of fame, and everything will go back to normal as always does.
When will You realize that The Law and The Institutions are not there for them (The Few Powerful and Filthy Rich?) they are there To Serve and Protect the same people that wrote those Laws and the Managers that run those Institutions.
I am not a fan of Mr. Bossi, though in one thing he is absolutely right, it takes revolutions and insurrection to mold a Country into a unite and cohesive place, where at least at the beginning everyone is equal and everyone is treaded equally.
Than, through evolution with good and accountable Personnel the Institution evolve into respected and observed Extension of a Sovran State.
But as far as I know, Italians are too wimps, and regardless how abusive the Government is toward them, they do not have the guts to stand up and be counted.
That is why the organizations growing by leaps and bound are Criminal only, like Mafia, Ndrangeta, Cosa Nostra etc.
Thanks

Posted by: Giacomo Chiametti | August 26, 2007 05:18 PM


Well the "cavaliere mascherato" we know is "the maker and the breaker" of state laws. This time around it is not his fault but that of his entourage and some over zealous "carabinieri" that this time around are the "Breakers of the law". As Prodi said "C'e' chi puo'...".

Posted by: Martin Kaba | August 26, 2007 02:55 PM


Vorrei proprio sapere cosa dice sul serio la legge in questi casi, ammesso che si possa parlare di "legge uguale per tutti"...

Posted by: Donato Cannatello | August 26, 2007 02:35 PM


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