The Stadium Councillor

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At the San Paolo stadium the councillors and cabinet members of Naples City Council have a hard life. It’s true there are 120 tickets made available to them, even though there are only 60 of them. But the personnel checking entrants do not show them respect and casually ask them for identification each time. After getting through the entry points, their nightmare continues. Once inside the stadium they have to put up with “rough manners” from the control personnel and they are derided by the “non-political” spectators and attendees. The places allocated to them are always of “secondary value” while the Region, the Province and other scroungers "are acting like Lords".
So as to protect their image, the City Council has voted for an agenda item. The Naples Football Club would have to allocate to the City Councillors “with priority” the central positions in the stand and check their identity with a simple card. The agenda item underlines particularly that the City Councillors “honour the sporting events with their presence”.
The concession of 120 tickets is part of the contract for the Stadium. Well then, why are they not allocated to the citizens of Naples on a random basis? The San Paolo stadium belongs to the citizens of Naples not their employees.

PS I’m attaching the account of the expenses for V-Day and the total of your donations received into the account of the Banca Etica. Thank you to everyone who sent a contribution. Read the summary. Read the summary

PPS Today in the Parco Dora neighbourhood meeting room in Piazza Umbria 28 b – Turin, a press conference about the “Day of the Friends of Pino Masciari” to be held on 28 October in Catanzaro, in Turin and in many other cities. Look at the Pino Masciari blog.

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Dario Neri an Paolo Rossi: If you want to show how mutch you are italian why not to do it in italian on the other side?

Paolo Rossi a Dario Neri:
Sei tu l'ospite non io.Fatti Furbo.

Posted by: paolo rossi | October 29, 2007 09:55 PM


This blog is looking like a bridge on a motorway. Those bridges where some italians use to go to throuw stones and bricks on the cars and write grafitis that nobody undersatand.

Posted by: Jaio | October 28, 2007 10:25 AM


Dario Neri an Paolo Rossi: If you want to show how mutch you are italian why not to do it in italian on the other side?

Posted by: Jaio | October 28, 2007 10:17 AM


27 October 2007
Town Councillors at the Football Stadium

Naples Town Councillors are not enjoying an easy life at the San Paolo Stadium these days. It’s true that although there are only 60 free tickets allocated to them, they actually get 120. However, stadium attendants are not showing them due respect and recognition on their arrival and having survived this ordeal, their nightmare continues once inside the stadium. They then have to put up with “rough manners” from stadium staff and derision from “non-political” spectators and attendees. Furthermore, the seats allocated to them are always of “secondary importance” whilst Regional and Provincial Government staff and other freeloaders are there "acting like Lords".

As a result and in order to protect their image, the Naples Town Council has voted to make this an official Council issue. They will tell the Naples Football Club to allocate “priority access” to prime positions in the grandstand for Town Councillors and to grant them entry with a simple card. The Council resolution emphasizes the point that Town Councillors “honour sporting events with their presence”.

The concession of 120 tickets is part of the Town Council’s contract for the stadium. Well then, why are they not allocated to the citizens of Naples on a random basis? The San Paolo Stadium belongs to all the citizens of Naples and not just Council employees.

PS: Attached is a summary of the expenses incurred for V-Day and the total of your donations deposited into the Banca Etica account. Thank you to everyone who made a contribution. Read the summary

PPS: A press conference regarding the “Friends of Pino Masciari Day” to be held on 28 October in Catanzaro, in Turin and in many other cities will be held today in the Parco Dora neighbourhood meeting room in Piazza Umbria 28 b – Turin. Look at Pino Masciari’s blog.

Posted by: Adri Mian | October 28, 2007 07:20 AM


ai dreptate omule. sunt de acord cu tine. http://tamplarie.z1.ro

Posted by: dave | October 28, 2007 02:17 AM


Hello everyone,
I can’t for the life in me figure out how Italy and what is left of the Institutions become so fucked up.
Parties are popping up like mushrooms, Private Party (Most in Italy!), Singular Party (IDV Mr. DiPietro?), Syndicated Party (Mostly Communist!), Fascist Party and anything in between.
Now I am trying to keep it simple, everywhere to Control People there are two ways, Religion and Politics!
Religion worked by fear and faith, with a big help of Ignorance, although as people gets educated it doesn’t work anymore, therefore the individual doesn’t follow blindly anymore and start asking questions to which Religion has no answers.
As for Politics the idea is brilliant, came from Greece and it works, although basic principals can’t be ignored.
Principals:
1) Personal Property is Paramount!
2) The good of the whole over-rides anyone
3) Personal freedom is limited only by the next individual freedom
In Italy only New Party promise New Way, New Politics, New Politicians, New Rules and on and on.
Credibility=Zero
Politicians=The Same Idiots
Use your head for goodness sake, follow the money, everyone is in it for the money the carrier the chance of telling you what to do and pay their salary while sucking your freedom.
Wake up, you don’t need their approval, until proven otherwise you can do whatever you want and need to make your life whole.
Governments shouldn’t tell you what You can do, they should only tell you what you can’t do otherwise the rest is not their business.
They apply the above rules to their life, while for your they keep you on the leash with rules, taxes, bureaucracy and the Law.
Tell them to go fuck themselves, not paying them a Euro to be in their lists.
Are you for real?
Thanks

Posted by: Giacomo Chiametti | October 27, 2007 05:54 PM


Signor ''Dario Neri'' ma č vero come dice Craxi che lei ha delle condanne in via definitiva?
Fatti Furbo.

Posted by: paolo rossi | October 27, 2007 04:35 PM


http://www.articolando.com/finanza-news/borsa/quotazioni-titoli/-benetton-ottenute-linee-credito-per-400-mln-euro.html

Ciao beppe,cosa mai dovranno farci con questi soldi? modernizzare le autostrade?
io non riesco ad avere un prestito di 10000 sterline,e questo se ne fa uno da tre finanziarie?

Posted by: paolo rossi | October 27, 2007 04:29 PM


Beppe Grillo

Posted by: Dario Neri | October 27, 2007 04:19 PM


Beppe Grillo

Posted by: Dario Neri | October 27, 2007 04:19 PM


Beppe Grillo

Posted by: Dario Neri | October 27, 2007 04:19 PM


Signor Grillo ma č vero come dice Sgarbi che lei ha delle condanne in via definitiva?

Posted by: Dario Neri | October 27, 2007 04:18 PM


Signor Grillo ma č vero come dice Sgarbi che lei ha delle condanne in via definitiva?

Posted by: Dario Neri | October 27, 2007 04:18 PM


Ma che si vergognassero questi presunti consiglieri. MA quanti sono ? 120 ? Ma sono troppi.

Allo stadio gratis ci portassero i vecchi, gli handicappati, coloro che sognao un pomeriggio diverso e che non hanno i mezzi.

Sono loro che devono essere trattati con tappeto rosso, non i clientes dei consiglieri, pota borse e porta votes.

Ma che imparassero dl re di Svezia, che va a fare la spesa da solo al supermercato senza porta borse.

Quella e' civilta'.

Altro che privilegi da stadio.

E poi 120 posti gratis in tribuna d'onore sono decisamente troppi.

Beppe, fai il "Partito degli Italiani", che prendiamo la maggioranza assoluta in Parlamento ed in Senato.

Coraggio,

Carlo Musso

Posted by: Carlo Musso | October 27, 2007 11:31 AM


Ma che si vergognassero questi presunti consiglieri. MA quanti sono ? 120 ? Ma sono troppi.

Allo stadio gratis ci portassero i vecchi, gli handicappati, coloro che sognao un pomeriggio diverso e che non hanno i mezzi.

Sono loro che devono essere trattati con tappeto rosso, non i clientes dei consiglieri, pota borse e porta votes.

Ma che imparassero dl re di Svezia, che va a fare la spesa da solo al supermercato senza porta borse.

Quella e' civilta'.

Altro che privilegi da stadio.

E poi 120 posti gratis in tribuna d'onore sono decisamente troppi.

Beppe, fai il "Partito degli Italiani", che prendiamo la maggioranza assoluta in Parlamento ed in Senato.

Coraggio,

Carlo Musso

Posted by: Carlo Musso | October 27, 2007 11:31 AM


I Consiglieri Comunali di Napoli sono 120 ? Ma non sono troppi ?

E poi ci siamo stancati di questo atteggiamento borbonico che tutto prende e nulla da'.

I Borboni hanno costruito l'ospizio dei vecchi a Piazza S. Ferdindando.

Questi invece di portare i vecchi allo stadio gratis ci vogliono andare loro con i dovuti omaggi.

Ma che sivergognassero. Ed imparassero dal Re di Svezia che va da solo al supermaercato a fare la spesa.

Senza scodazzi di clientes porta borse e porta votes.

Beppe, vai avanti.

Fai il "Partito degli Italiani" perche' sono sicuro che prenderemo la maggioranza assoluta.

Cordialita'

Carlo Musso

Posted by: Carlo Musso | October 27, 2007 11:25 AM


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