Confimafia

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Do you remember Libero Grassi? He didnít want to pay the pizzo. With great courage he went on Santoroís TV programme. He denounced the mafia phenomenon. The State was indignant. The mafia killed him. Thatís how things go in this wretched country.
The Confindustria through the regional division of Sicilian industrialists has decided to expel the business people who pay the pizzo. A decision that risks the closure of the Confindustria in Sicily. If all those who pay are expelled theyíll need a new organisation. How about Confimafia as a name?
The idea of attacking those who are obliged to suffer is worthy of the Marquis de Sade. In parliament there are people who have had explicit dealings with the mafia. Why donít we expel them rather than the industrialists? Those who donít pay can have their shop set on fire. They can be shot. If they put up with blackmail itís because they donít believe that the institutions can protect them. And sadomasochist Montezemolo whatís he doing? Heís expelling them. The mafia people will laugh till their sides split. They wonít believe it. Theyíll think itís a joke of the fearsome Minister of Justice. The property owner who sings with Little Tony, just to be clear.
The Confindustria has opened up a new route: punishment for those who are subject to criminal blackmail. For the honest citizens attacked by the criminal underworld, the State could take back their passports, it could whip them on the soles of their feet, confiscate their goods. Strong with the weak, weak with the strong. Perhaps this initiative is a flash of genius to make the mafia disappear. For fear of repercussions both from the mafia people and from the State, anyone paying the pizzo will have a double reason to keep their mouth closed.
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Good job Beppe Grillo! I'm really glad you started this movement, it's about time that our politicians pack their bags and leave! Do you realize the historic importance of what you've started? Believe me, between you and Gian Antonio Stella, this is huge. There's no going back, people finally realized that for decades they've been taking advantage of by some very mediocre political elite that has produced only waste of taxpayers' money at their personal gain. I am really hope you will show the leadership it takes to bring this movement to the next level. Complaining is fine, but now the time to act has come. I really think you should start a political movement and fight the system from the inside. You have to herald a movement calling for a drastic reform of politics of revolutionary proportions. This has to be the top priority of any coalition that will rule the country. Anyway, you can count on me! Good job again, I am so glad that somebody is finally trying to change the status quo. Way to go!

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Gianluigi

Posted by: Gianluigi Esposito | September 10, 2007 08:52 PM


Good job Beppe Grillo! I'm really glad you started this movement, it's about time that our politicians pack their bags and leave! Do you realize the historic importance of what you've started? Believe me, between you and Gian Antonio Stella, this is huge. There's no going back, people finally realized that for decades they've been taking advantage of by some very mediocre political elite that has produced only waste of taxpayers' money at their personal gain. I am really hope you will show the leadership it takes to bring this movement to the next level. Complaining is fine, but now the time to act has come. I really think you should start a political movement and fight the system from the inside. You have to herald a movement calling for a drastic reform of politics of revolutionary proportions. This has to be the top priority of any coalition that will rule the country. Anyway, you can count on me! Good job again, I am so glad that somebody is finally trying to change the status quo. Way to go!

Ciao

Gianluigi

Posted by: Gianluigi Esposito | September 10, 2007 08:51 PM


I am very happy, very very happy tha finally somebody stand up on bealf of the Italian People.
Is the right thing, if you are a celebrity, to use your celebrity status to fight for one or more causes for the people's justice. Grillo, you are the best and I knew that your V day would be a humongus success. Bye Francesca

Posted by: Francesca Fasano | September 10, 2007 06:15 AM


Benissimo sono contenta, era ora che qualcuno combattesse per conto del popolo Italiano! E' giusto che una prsona famosa sfrutti il suo status di celebrita' per promuovere le cause a favore del popolo; se non lo fanno loro che sono conosciuti chi lo fa? Complimenti vivissimi Grillo! Lo sapevo che sarebbe stato un successone.

Posted by: Francesca Fasano | September 10, 2007 06:10 AM


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