The “Lescano” Trio

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The Chief Prosecutor of the Court of Cassation, Delli Priscoli, has asked that disciplinary action be taken against Clementina Forleo. This is a triumph in terms of the standardisation of the judiciary and politics. Delli Priscoli is D’Alema without the moustache. Clementina says that: “On the 8th September, my colleague Imposimato asked me to meet him in a restaurant in Rome, where he warned me about certain pressures that were being exerted on Delli Priscoli. Either Imposimato was right, or otherwise he must be a magician”.
Delli Priscoli writes that Clementina “violated her duties of impartiality, propriety and equilibrium” by requesting authorisation to make use of the telephone conversations between Consorte, Ricucci and the “Lescano” Trio FassinoLatorreD’Alema, and Forza Italia gang members Cicu and Comincioli. It is alleged that Clementina “arbitrarily involved the financial escapade quintet in the unjust affair”.
Clementina is also said to be guilty of other misdeeds against the State Police and the Carabinieri. I will refrain from describing the misdeeds so as not to cause you concern, but I can mention that she had even uttered the now famous phrase “It’s time to end it” to two policemen who had, in her opinion, “brutally thrown an immigrant to the ground”.
Delli Priscoli did not appreciate the fact that Clementina had requested that her attorney be provided with the documentation relating to the motor vehicle accident in which her parents were killed. An “accident” announced a few days earlier. In fact, in trying to figure out whether or not her parents had been assassinated as a result of the investigations in which she was involved, Forleo is accused of having “failed in her duty of propriety”. Clementina Forleo is far too courageous, we don’t deserve her. She must resign from the judiciary. The Courts have now become a non-entity where only the unfortunate few get convicted and, perhaps, not even they. We don’t need heroic magistrates, but rather, courts that work, effective laws, honest politicians, real Justice Ministers, but not Mastella.
We don’t need to have judges stopped in their tracks by means of TNT or disciplinary procedures, judges that risk their lives, and those of their families, on our behalf.
What kind of a people have we become? What has become of us? I look at myself in the mirror and even I am disgusted.

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thanks.

Posted by: serçe dizisi | March 22, 2008 11:59 PM


hi!

very very cool informations!

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Posted by: fausto | December 3, 2007 06:28 PM


Vivo a Parigi, non so se il Bel Paese oggi é un Paese serio. Vorrei qualche opinione in merito. E’possibile ?

Grazie e saluti dalla Francia (che ha i suoi problemi, ma dove le regole, essendo chiare, sono rispettate).

Antonio Greco

risposta: no, il bel paese non è un paese serio partendo dagli asili passando per il parlamento e arrivando fino agli ospizi!
beato lei che vive all'estero io spero di poter fare il grande passo nel 2008 perchè non ne posso più di vivere in questo paese schifoso

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Posted by: Betty zhao | November 30, 2007 01:56 AM


I have read article on Clementina Forleo with shock. Why do those politicians who are not corrupt not speak out against what is happening are there none left ? why do the vast majority of honest italians who see these things keep quiet? Why are italians who seem ready to descend into the piazza or to strike at a drop of a hat not in the Piazza now protesting against these things! Do you not want a better future!

Posted by: Simon Carey | November 29, 2007 06:07 PM


Hello there,
The logic that Mr. Greco is looking for in the Italian system is traceable to the Original Pythagorean Theorem.
The Resultant is equal to the sum of the squares, although since no-one at that time had ever seen a three with square roots, that part of the Theorem was discarded.
Obviously it goes without saying it that this Theory is completely and unanimously Italian and let leave it at that.
The future looks bright wear dark shades.
Thanks

Posted by: Giacomo Chiametti | November 29, 2007 05:05 PM



CRISI SOCIALE
(che era prevedibile)


La “pazzia sociale italiana”, la quale viene anche da una confusione ideologico/mentale, si puo’ capire meglio partendo da alcuni quesiti attualissimi.

1. Perché nel Paese più corrotto della West U.E. non esiste una strategia di lotta alla corruzione ?
2. Perché, vista la chiarissima incapacità delle gestioni pubbliche, non si indaga seriamente sulle cause scatenanti ? (la mia indagine è decennale, la ho fatta dall’Europa).
3. Perché, vista la frequenza dei fallimenti nelle discussioni parlamentari, nelle larghe riunioni italiane (in Europa è diverso), non ci si chiede “perché l’incapacità italiana di raggiungere il consenso?”;
4. Perché nessuno scopre l’evidenza ?:
- che un Paese con mentalità da sottosviluppo non puo’ far funzionare la società e quindi non puo’ sostenere lo sviluppo economico;
- che un Paese senza bastoni e senza carote, senza valori positivi di riferimento, ma permeato di lassismo, non puo’ stare in piedi.

Solo se partiamo da tali quesiti, si potrà capire la crisi sociale italiana. Che é tanto più grave in quanto nessuno esamina il problema sociale. Ma attenzione….potreste farvi aiutare dalle testimonianze degli espatriati. In tal caso si spererebbe che il Titanic che viaggia nella notte evitasse l’iceberg...

Antonio Greco
(analista delle cause)
angremi@orange.fr

PAESE SERIO

Il fenomeno complicato delle recenti evoluzioni sociali italiane.

I giovani non trovano lavoro. Il potere d’ acquisto sembra a rischio. Gli imprenditori non sono ottimisti. Chi vuole un lavoro é spinto ad emigrare.

Mi sembra che principi di base semplici, nel mercato globale, dovrebbero valere anche per il Bel Paese:

- chi non é efficiente rischia di non vendere a lungo;
- una società malata non puo’ sostenere un’ economia vigorosa, specie se le sue malattie più evidenti sono le inefficienze;
- un Paese serio che ha un problema, si guarda allo specchio, realismo aiutando. Per individuare i propri GAPs, nei riguardi della parte seria della U.E.. Per poi fare le correzioni necessarie.

Cosa significa un Paese serio ? Io credo che si possa chiamare serio un Paese che ha realismo, senso degli interessi primari nazionali, maturità e riflessione lucida. E che sappia gestirsi , sulla base di un chiaro, indiscusso, Patto Sociale.

Vivo a Parigi, non so se il Bel Paese oggi é un Paese serio. Vorrei qualche opinione in merito. E’possibile ?

Grazie e saluti dalla Francia (che ha i suoi problemi, ma dove le regole, essendo chiare, sono rispettate).

Antonio Greco


Posted by: Antonio Greco | November 29, 2007 04:25 PM


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