The Parties and the Felons

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23 felons are representing us. Since 8 September, none of them has taken a step back. Resigned. Anyone doing that would have become a hero, the precursor of a new politics. With roots in forgotten words: morality, ethics, justice. That is inspired by servants of the State like Ambrosoli, Borsellino, Falcone, Livatino, Chinnici, Dalla Chiesa.
There have been other seasons of politics, better than this. Can you imagine Moro, Berlinguer, or De Gasperi elected to Parliament and yet convicted of extortion, armed robbery or accepting kick-backs?
I have shouted that we have to destroy the parties. Those that represent power groups and strong appetites. Far away from the citizens, but close to the municipal utilities, the banks and tenders for incinerators.
Who elected the magnificent 23? The party secretaries. Not the citizens to whom the preference vote was denied with a tiny coup. A dozen people have decided for everyone.
It’s called oligarchy, not democracy.
If the felons are the effect, the causes are the party leaders and that’s why they must be brought to justice.
Berlusconi is in the very top position with 10 clear convictions, 40% of the total.
Trailing a long way behind him is Bossi with 3 convictions, and the next place goes to 2 candidates with equal points: Casini and Fini with 2 convictions.
Finally there’s a big group formed by RNP, PRI, Nuovo Psi, Margherita, DS and Dc-Psi with 1 conviction.
The company boss of Forza Italia has said that his voters consider me to be the worst rib of the left. I’m not offended. They have called me a fascist, someone on the left talking the language of the right, a “neo qualunquista”, a delinquent, a terrorist. They can put me where they like.
At the next elections, let him increase the number of felons in his list to take them to 100%. He should be able to do it by choosing friends and acquaintances.

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Caro Beppe,
Ti informo anche a nome di molti connazionali che
ilmondo dell'emigrazione e in uno stato di immobilismo e di abbandono.Abbiamo votato perche?
Essendo tu la VOX POPULI VOX DEI,Ti sarei grato di lanciare la pietra nello stagno.
Non dimenticare:Siamo stati i protagonisti del
miracolo economico degli anni 50/60.
Fraterni saluti,
Mario

Posted by: mariocapobianco | September 24, 2007 06:11 PM


Voglio solo vedere se funziona, nella sezione italiano i miei post non vengono pubblicati.
Bohhh

E' stato creato un Blog

pierferdinandocasini.blogspot.com/
CHIARAMENTE E' UN FAKE

Considerando che i politici con noi cittadini non vogliono parlare, ma parlano solo con Vespa, creamoli noi i siti, e comunichiamo direttamente a loro. Ci ignoreranno?
Invece di farli spendere i nostri soldi in sondaggi con domande e risposte preconfezionate, quello che pensiamo glielo diciamo direttamente noi senza intermediari!

Chi di buona volontà vuole creare altri siti? E sopratutto tenerli aggiornati?

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X Beppe è difficile scrivere in questo blog, il SERVER E' LENTISSIMOOOOOOO

Posted by: Riccardo P. | September 24, 2007 04:51 PM


Big A Little A

Big A little A bouncing B
The system might have got you but it won’t get me
1 2 3 4
External control are you gonna let them get you?
Do you wanna be a prisoner in the boundaries they set you?
You say you want to be yourself
By christ do you think they’ll let you?
The’re out to get you get you get you get you get you get you

Hello, hello, hello, this is the Lord God, can you hear?
Hellfire and damnation’s what I’ve got for you down there
On earth I have ambassadors. Archbishop. Vicar. Pope
We’ll blind you with morality, you’d best abandon any hope,
We’re telling you you’d better pray cos you were born in sin
Right from the start we’ll build a cell and then we’ll lock you in
We sit in holy judgement condemning those that stray
We offer our forgiveness, but first we’ll make you pay

Hello, hello, hello, now here’s a message from your queen
As figurehead of the status quo I set the social scene
I’m most concerned about my people, I want to give them peace
So I’m making sure they stay in line with my army and police
My prisons and my mental homes have ever open doors
For those amongst my subjects who dare to ask for more
Unruliness and disrespect are things I can’t allow
So I’ll see the peasants grovel if they refuse to bow

Introducing the Prime Sinister, she’s a mother to us all
Like the dutch boy’s finger in the dyke her arse is in the wall
Holding back the future waiting for the seas to part
If Moses did it with his faith, she’ll do it with an army
Who at times of threatened crisis are certain to be there
Guarding national heritage no matter what or where
Palaces for kings and queens, mansions for the rich
Protection for the wealthy, defence of privilege
They’ve learnt the ropes in Ireland, engaged in civil war
Fighting for the ruling classes in their battle against the poor
So Ireland’s just an island? It’s an island of the mind
Great Britain? Future? Bollocks, you’d better look behind
Round every other corner stands P.C. 1984
Guardian of the future, he’ll implement the law
He’s there as a grim reminder that no matter what you do
Big Brother’s system’s always there with his beady eyes on you
From God to local bobby, in home and street and school
They’ve got your name and number while you’ve just got their rule
We’ve got to look for methods to undermine those powers
It’s time to change the tables. The future must be ours.

BE exactly who you want to be, do what you want to do
I am he and she is she but you’re the only you
No one else has got your eyes, can see the things you see
It’s up to you to change your life and my life’s up to me
The problems that you suffer from are problems that you make
The shit we have to climb through is the shit we choose to take
If you don’t like the life you live, change it now it’s yours
Nothing has effect if you don’t recognise the cause
If the programme’s not the one you want, get up, turn off the set
It’s only you that can decide what life you’re gonna get
If you don’t like religion you can be the antichrist
If your tired of politics you can be an anarchist
But no one ever changed the church by pulling down a steeple
And you’ll never change the system by bombing number ten
Systems just aren’t made of bricks they’re mostly made of people
You may send them into hiding, but they’ll be back again
If you don’t like the rules they make, refuse to play their game
If you don’t want to be a number, don’t give them your name
If you don’t want to be caught out, refuse to hear their question
Silence is a virtue, use it for your own protection
They’ll try to make you play their game, refuse to show your face
Be exactly who you want to be, do what you want to do
I am he and she is she but you’re the only you

Posted by: Andrea Coletta | September 24, 2007 04:28 PM


Les sanglots longs
Des violons
De l’automne
Blessent mon cœur
D’une langueur
Monotone.
Be careful with the axe Eugene !For our politicians will be the beginning of the end.

Posted by: James Bond | September 24, 2007 04:19 PM


I think this is a reflection on the entire problem in Italy, If you're a criminal then you can get away with anything, if you're an honest citizen just trying to make a living then you pay for the priveledge of being a pleb...and you're expected to roll over and take it...with a smile on your face...there is no justice in this country!!!

Posted by: Isabella Fin | September 24, 2007 03:49 PM


Probably Beppe repeats here the same 'guilt' that caused him to be banned on TV since then.
During an evening TV show, in 1986, he said the socialist prime minister Craxi went to China and asked how many socialist they were there, in China.
When he was answered "Here everybody is a socialist!", he got surprised: "But who you stole from?!".
In that period, Berlusconi was a very generous friend of his.
Here Beppe tells in some way the same story: if you are not paid by politicians or by Berlusconi, probably you are stolen by them.

Posted by: abc@abc.it | September 24, 2007 01:25 PM


beppe but hour it must collect qualke fruit or perlomeno it must abundantly water to the garden otherwise nothing collected.
politiconi lowered the expense Yours? or
cattivoni not gone to house to play with the Vs.amici? nothing
directors of the information when the ended ones not to lower the pants to you?
freedom equality and transparency and above all nothing obstructionism on wastes in politics
a bread to we two to You, và we are good and of heart people.

Posted by: maverick | September 24, 2007 12:22 PM


Here is a invehition against ex prime minister...very hilarious!

Have a nice week!

See you, Charles.

Posted by: vale buscy | September 24, 2007 10:26 AM


HI: Why can't you stop paying them their wages somehow, and then they will not be so interested in staying in office? There must be some way to stop them from beig paid. CM

Posted by: Char Marcella | September 24, 2007 05:02 AM


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