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The blog is publishing the official letter, kept secret up until now, sent by Berlusconi to his letter-carrier Schifani. A scoop. Tar Head and His Retriever then agreed on a version for the Senate that would have made Ceaucescu blanche.

Dear president,
As you know, this morning the senators Berselli and Vizzini have presented in relation to the so-called “security decree” an amendment aimed at establishing priority criteria for handling the most urgent trials and those that cause particular social alarm. I want to underline that the trials relating to myself are neither urgent nor do they cause any social alarm. If that had been the case, Italian citizens would not have elected me, otherwise they would be idiots as in fact they are.
In that amendment, it established the absolute necessity to offer priority treatment by the Judicial Authorities to the most recent crimes even in relation to the modifications put into operation for fast track judging and immediate judging.
This subject area is well known to me and it has my disinterested approval. I can bear witness to this as a “prescritto” that knows the facts.
This suspension of a year will allow the magistracy to deal with more urgent crimes and not those that relate to my position and in the meantime it allows the government and parliament to put in place the structural reforms that are necessary to imprint an effective acceleration of the criminal trials, even with the full respect of constitutional guarantees, eliminating the court chronicles, imprisoning journalists and as extreme rationalization for the defendant, in the case of Silvio Berlusconi, to challenge the judges.
My lawyers, that I have had elected for my necessary protection in Parliament, have informed me that such an arrangement in the regulations would be applicable to one of the many fanciful trials (I swear on my children, that I have always been in the dark about the existence of this Mills) that the magistrates of the extreme Left have thought up against me for political battles. I am saying to you, in private, they are the usual shitty communists.
I have thus taken a view on the situation of trials and I have been able to make out that it is the umpteenth amazing attempt by a prosecutor from Milan to use the justice system for political and media ends, supported by a Tribunal that is also politicized and settled into the accusatory theory.
I am innocent. Craxi is an innocent dead man. I have not been a member of the P2. The registration number 1816 was assigned to a Freemason who had the same name as me. A P2-man, a “golpista”, a whoremonger. ”
Baciamo le mani, Silvio Berlusconi.

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As Mr. Vidozzi has pointed out, on comparing the Italian version with the English translation, a lot leaves to be desired. Had I the time, I'd be glad to contribute to the translation process... but I'm really tight at the moment. Hopefully someone will take up the task to avoid ambiguity and senselessness.

Posted by: Gladys Ferguson | June 22, 2008 01:54 AM

Proposta di legge di iniziativa popolare

Tenuto conto che la classe politica (dall'estrema destra all'estrema sinistra, passando per il centro) è totalmente "scollata" dal popol(in)o italiano, e visto che, come dimostrano i dati delle ultime elezioni, a nessuno frega niente del comportamento dei politici, ed in particolare di Berlusconi, e considerato che la classe politica è, di fatto, una casta e fa di tutto per avere impunità, privilegi e quant’altro; e ancora, tenuto conto che Berlusconi vuole fare come gli pare, allora perché non raccogliamo le firme per una proposta di legge che divida, di fatto, il popol(in)o italiano in due caste?

Le due caste sarebbero formate nel seguente modo:

1) la prima casta, denominata "Olimpo", sarà formata da tutti i politici eletti. Gli appartenenti alla suddetta casta potranno fare come meglio credono. Godranno di immunità su qualsiasi legge: per esempio potranno fare i pedofili, spacciare droga, commettere omicidi, tenere rete 4 sull'analogico e così via.
Si potrebbe anche pensare, che il diritto di appartenenza a questa casta Olimpo possa essere esteso anche ai protetti dei politici (si pensi a mogli, amanti fratelli, sorelle figlie, eccetera) Però, questo dovrebbe essere argomento di discussione. Si perché il popol(in)o italiano potrebbe anche alterarsi un po'!
Comunque, dato che all'inizio, ho detto "si potrebbe anche pensare" allora l'azione del pensare spetterà agli appartenenti alla casta stessa. Ciò spetterà a loro e solo a loro decide in tal senso.
2) La seconda, denominata "area democratica" (AD), sarà formata da tutte le persone non appartenenti alla casta "Olimpo". In questa casta varranno le normali leggi democratiche tipiche dei paesi democratici. I giudici potranno indagare (però solo su gli appartenenti a questa casta) utilizzando tutti i mezzi tecnologici, presenti e futuri, disponibili. Potranno applicare le pene, che saranno certe per gli appartenenti alla casta, e via dicendo. In poche parole la casta AD funzionerà come un normale paese democratico.

Ovviamente ogni cittadino potrà passare da una casta all'altra. Ma all'interno delle caste dovrà rispetta le regole: nessuna nella prima, tutte nella seconda.

Sicuramente qualcuno si chiederà del perché delle due caste e quali vantaggi si potranno avere.

La cosa mi sembra abbastanza evidente. Ormai se capito che per fare le leggi ad persona o ad casta tutti ne paghiamo le conseguenze. Infatti, con questa nuova suddivisione del popol(in)o italiano se uno appartenente alla seconda casta ha la fortuna/sfortuna di subire un danno (omicidio, rapina ecc.) da un altro della stessa casta, potrà avere giustizia! Se invece il reo è uno della casta olimpo allora si fotte. La prossima volta ci pensava bene a chi votare.


Posted by: Paolo Kap | June 20, 2008 07:44 PM

It's Berlusconi's American soap-operas that is changing intelligent Italians into morons.

Posted by: lou pacella | June 20, 2008 04:25 PM

In Italy, those who have some knowledge, work or go away; those who have no knowledge, teach and/or are part of the political system.
S. Berlusconi is right: we italians are indeed a bunch of morons since we accept this situation with no meaninful reaction.
For what Grillo's translations are concerned, one has to consider that 80-90% of the persons that teach English in Italy do not know or have only a rudimentary knowledge of it. It follows that the italians do not know or have a very rudimentary knowledge of English.
This reminds me of a tv commercial in which "air action" was pronounced "erection", creating confusion among the english speaking tourist visiting Italy , but being perfectly understood by italians.
Since similar improprieties are used in the translations it is clear that mastering italian, is a big help to understand the written english on this blog.
Good luck italians.

Posted by: giuseppe vidozzi | June 20, 2008 10:26 AM

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