Rubbish Tour

Rubbish Tour – a tourist trip to see the rubbish

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Foreign journalists have toured Campania. A Rubbish Tour. They couldn’t believe their eyes. But the readers will believe their articles. Campania is like Seveso. Products of the earth contaminated like those at Chernobyl. Bye bye tourism. Bye bye agricultural production. Bye bye everything except an increase in cancers. Those who are responsible for a disaster that is worse than an earthquake don’t want to be made to budge from their armchairs of power. Creating confusion are the Bassolino-Jervolino pair, both of them in the 45 wise people of the Democratic Party. In Capri ‘s square, the Neapolitan President Napolitano, party companion of Bassolino said he was alarmed.
Those who’ll land up in prison are those who protest. Those who are responsible will stay free and be paid by us.


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If you think "garbage" is a Neopolitan problem, think again. Italy is a mess. In the north you got rampant racism and a bankrupted "enterpreneural" class. In the centre you got racism and corrupt and inept,overpaid politicians. In the south you got organized crime and mountains of garbage. And to top it all, Berlusconi managed Italy: when something is managed profits are the bottom line. I heard Mediaset made record profits while Italy was being managed. YOU REAP WHAT YOU SOW! YOU SOWED GARBAGE? NOW YOU'RE REAPING GARBAGE! In every sense of the word. But not to worry! Life is sweet and beautiful in Italy,tira a campa'paisa'!

P.S. I read Veltroni visited a factory while its workers were on strike. UNREAL!

Posted by: Louis Pacella | January 13, 2008 05:55 AM


Carissimi,

La soluzione per Napoli, e' la costituzione di una catena umana: all'inizo Bassolino alla fine Iervolino, ed in mezzo innanzitutto tutti i corrotti i collusi gli amministratori, i commisaari strisciafacenti, tutti i cittadini animatori dei comitati di protesta autogestiti, tutti i napoletani sani, malati, vecchi giovani, preti monache e vescovi, che di mano in mano si passano i saccheti di plastica e li gettano nella bocca del Vesuvio, abbastanza grande e sopratutto di tutti, dove gli sara' dato fuoco.

Cosi' il Vesuvio avra' il suo pennacchio a beneficio dei turisti che non se ne importano nulla se il pennacchio e' taroccato e fatto di 'monnezza che brucia.

hanno taroccato tutto e tutti i napoletani che se taraccona il pennacchio con la propria 'monnezza, sara' finalmente una atto produttivo e filantropica.

Ma l'importante e' che la catena del passa sacchetto sia composta esclusivamente dai napoletani, che finalmente faranno qualcosa per aiutare se stessi invece che piagnucolare ed aspettare che qualcun altro risolva i loro problemi. Compresi anche quelli della spazzatura.

E se il Vesuvia erutta ?

Eruttera' monnezza.......

E chi se ne fotte.

Cordialita' a tutti.

E basta con queste notizie dell'emergenza e delle interviste a sedicenti rappresentanti di comitati di cittadini che protestano "Civilmente".

Sono tutti attori ben educati dai vari sottopanza della camorra.

Ciao a tuuti

Carlo

Posted by: Carlo Musso | January 9, 2008 10:23 PM


Carissimi,

La soluzione per Napoli, e' la costituzione di una catena umana: all'inizo Bassolino alla fine Iervolino, ed in mezzo innanzitutto tutti i corrotti i collusi gli amministratori, i commisaari strisciafacenti, tutti i cittadini animatori dei comitati di protesta autogestiti, tutti i napoletani sani, malati, vecchi giovani, preti monache e vescovi, che di mano in mano si passano i saccheti di plastica e li gettano nella bocca del Vesuvio, abbastanza grande e sopratutto di tutti, dove gli sara' dato fuoco.

Cosi' il Vesuvio avra' il suo pennacchio a beneficio dei turisti che non se ne importano nulla se il pennacchio e' taroccato e fatto di 'monnezza che brucia.

hanno taroccato tutto e tutti i napoletani che se taraccona il pennacchio con la propria 'monnezza, sara' finalmente una atto produttivo e filantropica.

Ma l'importante e' che la catena del passa sacchetto sia composta esclusivamente dai napoletani, che finalmente faranno qualcosa per aiutare se stessi invece che piagnucolare ed aspettare che qualcun altro risolva i loro problemi. Compresi anche quelli della spazzatura.

E se il Vesuvia erutta ?

Eruttera' monnezza.......

E chi se ne fotte.

Cordialita' a tutti.

E basta con queste notizie dell'emergenza e delle interviste a sedicenti rappresentanti di comitati di cittadini che protestano "Civilmente".

Sono tutti attori ben educati dai vari sottopanza della camorra.

Ciao a tuuti

Carlo

Posted by: Carlo Musso | January 9, 2008 10:21 PM


About the possibility to patecipate to national elections for italian citizens livbing abroad, i want to tell you a funny story.
I am living in the united arab emirates, in 2006
i had, for the first time after 15 years, the possibility to vote, i was very happy.....but.
The forms were delivered to me by an indian
courrier by motorcycle and left at the reception
of my residence, i kept with me the form for one
week , than i called him to recollect the envelope with my vote.
During this week i would have got stamped 100
similar forms and envelope if i wish, anyhow
i have lost the track of my vote in the moment
the indian courrier took my envelope. This guy
was not an officer, was not a "SCRUTATORE" choosen
by an electoral commission, he was completely
unknown.
By the way i live 1 km from the italian embassy.
I am sure that many of you will not beleve this.
The indian courrier was not choosen because of
their reliability or confidentiality, only because
they were the cheapest.

Posted by: maurizio confalonieri | January 8, 2008 09:31 AM


What a sad state of affairs. Such a truly beautiful country which is being ruined. I am so tired of watching Rome be abused with litter that I am not surprised at all with the goings on in Campania.

I think we need to stop looking upwards and take responsability on a daily basis for what is happening in Italy. The messiah ain't coiming folks!

Hollymarg

Posted by: Holly Marg | January 7, 2008 12:54 PM


Hello everyone,
I am confident as I am sure each one of you is very well aware of the why Italy is comatose and it has been for a long time!
Rule number one of Democracy (Italy is clearly never been a democracy!) or any Evolved Country “ACCOUNTABILITY”.
This simple word is not even contemplated in the Italian Dictionary.
The apathy or better described as convenience of Italian Voters; multiply it for 60 years and 60 Governments and you get today reality.
When Italy Pinnacle of Incompetence allow things of the like of Parmalat, Cirio, Alitalia, Telecom, Autostrade, TreniItalia, Eni, Enel Iri, Sviluppo Italia and Government Agencies like Anas, Trasporti,, Airports and onto infinity, what do you expect?
All of the above listed Company, Corporation and Agencies form the Industrial Infrastructure of Italy, and each and every one has been paid in full by taxes or IPO’s to the public.
Where are they now?
Who managed them, who are the responsible for the demise?
One more time, stop asking how come Italy is where it is today, nobody is ever accountable for anything in this Country, from the Head Office of your local Post Office to the Prime Minister.
Only when You’ll will stop voting for these Idiots when they ask for your vote at the nearest gazebos, and instead you ask for Responsibility, Accountability and results, than maybe you will have some answers.
Until than look at you in the mirror, and around you, each and everyone has some responsibility.
Nature is god creation, while a Country is made of the Citizens living in it!
You do the math!
The future looks bright wear dark shades.
Thanks

Posted by: Giacomo Chiametti | January 7, 2008 12:02 PM


It is sad and infuriating to see this happening today, but I what I find even more annoying in all this story, is that as usual, no journalist seems capable to point out to the real causes of the problems and suggest real solutions.

A perfect example of this is the notorious book "la Casta", good only to have more things to complain about around the table when having lunch or coffee with friends and relatives, but really useless when it comes to answer the question: how do we go about and now change all this? It is time to stop moaning in Italy, and start doing something. Or otherwise we risk to find ourselves taking drastic and irrational actions only when the general situation has reached an irreversible low point... as it happened 80 years ago...

In this respect this blog and the actions suggested here are more pro-active, and we should be thankful to Beppe and anyone starting real, informed debates that end up in real actions like the V-day, petitions or law/reform projects.

Posted by: Marc Sarzi | January 7, 2008 10:59 AM


I have a question to which i cannot find
any reasonable answer: why this happen?
Which are the route causes?
Camorra, mafia , corruption is everywhere
in Italy and in many other countries but
doesnt reach this level of degeneration.
Also we cannot say the problem was ignored
by the authorities. They are unable to so-
lve it,they are incompetent, without power.
What about the minister of the environment,
he has tried to protect his hometown saying
no to the incinerators,does he has some other
quick solution in the pocket?
Unfortunately after this disaster there will
be a reorganization and the responsibles will
be moved to health, finance ,transports.

Posted by: Maurizio Confalonieri | January 7, 2008 10:14 AM


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