Coup d'état Trials

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Last Sunday after the death of Gabriele Sandri, Coni, the RAI and the Police found themselves under attack. Similar episodes only happen when you have a coup d'état, not for football. There has been a discussion of a sick football, of too much liberty given to the fanatics, of great times when you went to the stadium with your young son to give him a feeling for his own team. There has been no talk of the real reasons for the revolt. If it’s enough for one young man to be assassinated to attack the symbols of the State, what will happen in the future when we are faced by more serious issues? Gabriele was a pretext to lift (a tiny bit) the lid of the pressure cooker that is Italy. If politics does not lower the heat in the future the pressure cooker could explode.
Many people think this, like Cristian

”I’m writing because of the killing of Gabriele. This country has no future. If you go and watch a match and you get killed, it could have been in the park with the family and the upset was about who stole your stereo from the car, but since they have allowed themselves to shoot from the other side of the motorway (risking to get the driver of a coach and cause a calamity) aiming at a car that was driving off after a punch up in a car park?
You will be asking why is there so much violence? The answer is in our TV News every day. This country has its back to the wall. People can no longer manage to get to the end of the month, to pay the mortgage, to pay for food, the abuse operated by the companies for electricity, telephone, petrol etc. … all things that we can’t do without… and when they come to impound your house, who comes along to take it from you? the police … If you don’t pay a fine, who comes to confiscate your car or your furniture bought with the savings of hard work? the police… Who comes to get under the hair of the shopkeepers who work: NAS, the Finance police, the labour inspectors, the local police who get stressed about strange laws, that if you don’t respect they talk of fines with penalties. Services are always fewer and more costly.
People are afraid, stressed and they get to the end of the month with difficulty, you tell me what they should think of the institutions. I’ll start off by saying that I’m not a football fan. I’ve never been to see a match. I don’t care a fig about football… but I could find a way to get this country to change I would get moving too .. Have you ever asked yourselves what would happen to you if you had no milk, no money to pay the electricity, the medication? What would you land up doing? Try it out one month and see. You would even end up killing if it were necessary. Just think what they care those people if you accuse them of terrorism, They’ve got to the end of the meal.
Here’s what happens to the fans. They get to the end of the week stressed out by the system and they pour out their stress onto the police who represent the sick institutions, their anger … - and you want to call these acts of terrorism - but if you please .. go to the home of the Italians and a good half of them will tell you the same thing that I am saying… in recent times we have had the chance to see on more than one occasion what is happening in Italy. Just think about Beppe Grillo and the response he is getting.
But if there had been an Osama Bin Laden in his place, have you ever wondered what would happen? I’ll tell you: a revolution in the true meaning of the word. On the one side, the police (obliged to enforce respect for this law), on the other, the “terrorists” as they call them… (they are simply Italians who are tired and impoverished by the system). But if these terrorists were to get power one day, as happened in the last world war who would write the history books? And what would they say of the other side? Have you ever asked yourself? Cristian T. Italian citizen

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per favore,siate corretti, non scrivete in italiano qui-

Posted by: Emanuele da Fucecchio | November 17, 2007 09:10 PM


Giacomo
I can't believe the level of stupidity that reached our lawmakers as well.
I don't know what to say.
There are other things to fix which are way more important and those idiots keep ignoring them.
Are we bound for a revolution?
I hope not because then there will be all kinds of jackals ready to jump on anybody.

Beside that, you can see the proof of this level by reading the comments below because looks like people don't give a shit about rules.
This is a typical example of why Italy is in dire straits; we can't blame the politicians 100%, though.

Posted by: Giovanni Principe | November 17, 2007 07:17 PM


Hello everyone,
The approximation these Idiots have reached is way above my level of comprehension.
Every time something really bad happen, the typical response is Yes but the real ……… are not these, this about soccer, about mercenary in Kosovo or Iran, about corrupt Politicians and on to infinity.
Is time to face reality, Italy is and from quite sometime already not a democracy and not in the list of evolved Country.
This is a fourt (4th world Country!) and I challenge anybody to demonstrate the contrary.
To prove this, the latest hypocrisy is in Naples, a ban to smoke in Public Parks, first in the World?
In Naples for goodness sake?
This is the town with garbage everywhere, where the law is optional, where cocaine flows in the rivers, where dioxin level is stratospheric, where the Police is chased by robbers, where half of the region is a toxic dump site?
To make it worst where Mr. Mastella is from?
Please stupidity has reached an indescribable level in Italy, although I am sure Naples Legislature must be very proud of this law that I am sure everyone will ignore!
The future looks bright, make sure your shades are very dark!
Thanks

Posted by: Giacomo Chiametti | November 17, 2007 05:00 PM


mi rifiuto di essere accomunata ad una banda di tifosi!Non rappresentano gli italiani esasperati e non credo proprio che vadano allo stadio per dimostrare contro lo Stato che le forze dell'ordine rappresentano.Se volessro esprimere il loro dissenso e disgusto per lo stato di impoverimento morale e materiale del nostro paese andrebbero a Montecitorio...

Posted by: Eva Veneziani | November 17, 2007 12:47 PM


no so penso che oramai siamo tutti alla frutta :-(

Posted by: mario farinato | November 17, 2007 10:30 AM


No so tutta questa storia sul calcio mi deprime, come ho scritto nei prcedenti messaggi,non posso cocepire un nazione intera armata e violenta che organizza un "guerra" per motivi futili come il calcio.

Perchè non reagire in maniera civile, la disobbedienza civile esiste, ma alla fine noi italiani nella merda ci sguzziamo, e per di piu ci piace pure.
Scioperi seri,come quello francese che potrebbero destabilizzare un potere in italia non nè ho mai visti, siamo tutti americani, ci piace andare allo stadio ci accontentiamo di vedere quella cogliona della simona in tele, non ci interessa di risolvere o cambiare le ose.

m scusate, che fine hanno fatto i consigli di zona?????
che fine hanno fatto le rivolte politiche degli anni 80, a volte ascolto vasco rossi c'è una frase che martella nella mia testa e dice: scusate ma non mi dite che qulelle facce li sono le stesse.

Abbiamo lottato,rifiutato,gridato,protestato e come risultato il nulla, ma guardate che la responsabilità in questi affari "di stato" è generalizzata, tutti siamo responsabili, inclusi quelli che hanno votato berlusconi o prodi o chi altri per loro.
Se dovessi elencare le cose che non vanno in italia non basterebbero le pagine a disposizione su grid in CERN, come è possibile vedersi Andreotti alla camera, dove è andato a finire mario capanna, che fine hanno fatto i leader della protesta del lontano maggio?? sono forse morti con de andrè? non credo,perchè fino a prova contraria, quelle facce li sono ancora li''' allora?
a parte il fatto di scrivere il proprio dissenso grazie a beppe pubblicamente cos'altro vogliamo fare?
Se gli affitti aumentano perchè gli italiani continuano ad affittare?
se il pane aumenta perchè gli italiani lo comprano???
Quando c'è stato il passaggi dalla lira all'eruo i biglietti ATM a Milano sono aumentati del doppio, bene nessuno a protestato, pero per le zucchine vendute dall'esselunga c'è stato un casino letale.

Non so in fondo penso che si abbia ragione quando si dice che ogni popolo ha il governo che si merita.

Uniti si puo cambiare, senza violenza, io parteciperei volentiere ad una giornata di disobbedienza sociale, ma fino al contrario sulle rotaie a milano, non c'era tuta quella gente che oggi protesta per un proiettile che ha colpito un ragazzo, e ripeto, non mi interessano le ragioni dell'uno o dell'altro, il problema è che non simaop responsabili e non credo che lo saremo nel prossimo futuro.

Un italiano all'estero per motivi ridicoli.

Posted by: mario farinato | November 17, 2007 10:25 AM


Come English, pease?
Ma roba da pazzi.
Beppe, ti fai travolgere dai fatti della settimana, cioè, dalla terra delle mille opinioni (quasi tutte infondate), e questo non va bene.

Si quieres te lo escribo en español. Total ya se ha convertido en la segunda lengua en los USA y muchos gringos la entienden.

Posted by: pepito grillo | November 17, 2007 09:03 AM


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