The great legislator


The psychodwarf has already kicked off his election campaign. At his age, he has very little time left over in which to destroy Italy completely. In the Senate, he has just completed a purchasing spree with Dini and Mastella. An option has been taken on Topo Gigio Veltroni. He has successfully completed his task of tearing apart the majority. He will be taking over D’Alema’s position in the “prison of liberty” and he will go on to write many books on Africa for the Mondadori publishing house. He will also, from time to time, be dribbling around the Arcori villa with Ronaldo and Cafù.
Tar-head already has his election programme ready. A “very simple law”, which will limit the scope of telephone tapping "only to investigations concerning terrorism, the mafia and the camorra". An act owed to the delinquent politicians, with five years of prison for anyone who illegally taps into telephone conversations, or who divulges the content. And, in the event that the content is published, a "two million Euro fine for the editor".
I fail to understand why all this prudence is necessary. Why allow telephone tapping in the case of the mafia? Let’s get rid of that as well. And in the case of the camorra. As far as terrorism is concerned, it would be worthwhile to specify left wing terrorism and leave it at that. Right wing terrorism doesn’t count. Telephone taps only for the communist terrorists. If the psychodwarf is going to create such a bullshit law, he may as well go the whole hog. Just imagine what would happen if one of his friends, who also happens to be a friend of a friend, receives one of those telephone calls….. and the judge is not for sale. How embarrassing that would be.
The scene surrounding Prodi’s defeat at Palazzo Madama is merely a mirage. They are claiming that Valium lost out. Not true, because everyone lost out. Everyone who contributed to the destruction of the Country was present in the house. No one was missing. They were celebrating, eating mortadella, spitting, boozing, uncorking champagne bottles, passing out and insulting. For a few hours the Senate was the biggest waste disposal dump in Italy. These men are our employees. We must take back control over our own lives. It is, after all, not as miserable an existence as they would have us believe.
The psychodwarf has been holding Italy hostage for the past fifteen years. No one would be able to bear another five years of the same. Not even him, with or without the telephone taps.

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Our "friend" above read too much of Niccolò Ammaniti for the property of his language. Anyway, seems like he's got nothing better to do than insult people (for no logic reason).

Back to us: someone should stop Berlusconi, he's old and gone completely mad. Maybe he's starting to believe his own s··t! Would you believe it? He's been telling lies for so long, maybe he can't tell the difference anymore. Stop him!

Posted by: Jason R. Forbus | January 28, 2008 11:16 AM

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