The Politics of Nothing

The theatre is empty. On the platform, there are psycho-dwarfs, ballet dancers and pimps moving about. You can feel the loneliness of power in the news that arrives from nothing. Itís metaphysics, not marketing any longer, itís air, fried air. There are no spectators in the hall. Only journalists in the dressing room for masturbators. Itís the politics of the masturbators. I recite, I dictate and I read my work. The public financing of newspapers helps the ejaculation.
Theyíve got power in their blood and also in the blood of their blood. Itís a hereditary disease. The politicians are carriers without symptoms who transmit the virus. Senators and deputies are almost always sons, nephews, cousins of the ones who have gone before them. The true caste is in the blood, brown and not blue. The parliamentarian brings his son to palazzo Madama to show him the place that heíll leave him as an inheritance. The citizen takes his son to the bank to show him the mortgage that heíll leave him as an inheritance.
The Democratic Party seems like the album of the figurine Panini. The Partito delle Libertŗ is like the Postalmarket catalogue. The Nothing is devouring reality. The media are the first power, no longer the fourth one. The others are a creation of the media. Our employees are a creation of the media. They do not exist, they are only a megaphone of themselves, a disc that has got enchanted.
The costs of politics is a venal sin. A target invented to avoid discussing the real problem: the political class. A foreign body to the country. Whether it costs a little or a lot, it should still be sent home. V-day. V-day. V-day.

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Maurizio Monte:
The Chinese can teach a lot to the Italians when it comes to justice.
I wish those idiots would be treated like that chinese politician that made his country look bad (like if nobody knew it) because of the tooth paste!

Posted by: Giovanni Principe | August 24, 2007 07:12 PM

Cronaca da 2000 anni fa, da Catilina a Previti...

Lucio Sergio Catilina vantava origini nobili. Nel 68 a.C. era stato pretore, nel 67 governatore in Africa. Alla fine del mandato era stato indagato per abuso di potere, in conseguenza di ciÚ, quando nel 66 pose la sua candidatura a console per il 65, era stato escluso perchť sotto processo

"Fino a quando Catilina abuserai della nostra pazienza?"

Posted by: Luca Licheri | August 24, 2007 03:40 PM

Political parliaments in Italy back and forward, all of them reflect the same aura & colour of corruption. In Asia they would hang them, or at least they would be sincere enough to commit suicide.

Italy would be golden if the gov. invested peoples money in a proper way.

Nevertheless, very glad that Beppe fights for those whom are unable to speak.

No pain, no gain.. V-Day!
Once again, thanks Beppe!

Cheers from an Italian in Singapore

Posted by: Maurizio Monte | August 24, 2007 07:58 AM

I'm talking to you STOCA. What's the meaning of the word STOCA? I guess, should be STOCAzzo,probably...

Posted by: Delfi Marigo-Spitaleri | August 24, 2007 05:41 AM

What is the meaning of STOCA? I guess. Probably is STOCAzzo!

Posted by: Delfi Marigo-Spitaleri | August 24, 2007 05:31 AM

What is the meaning of STOCA? I guess. Probably is STOCAzzo!

Posted by: Delfi Marigo-Spitaleri | August 24, 2007 05:31 AM

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