Fake death and fake jail

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Fake funerals, office workers in coffins in Korea.
Ko Min-su is a successful Korean businessman. He has founded “Korea Life Consulting”, a company with the objective of reducing the number of suicides in South Korea that is at the top of the developed nations with 24.7 cases for every 100,000 inhabitants.
The big Korean corporations, like Samsung and Hyundai, regularly send their employees on “well-dying” {how to die well} courses at a cost of 300 dollars. The experience involves the reading of your last wishes in a dark room in front of those participating at your own funeral and lying flat in a closed coffin for 5 minutes, with a white flower placed on your bosom. After this experience (many people cry inside the coffin) even the most depressed managers come back bouncing and their productivity increases. Any work is better than a good death.
Up until now, 50,000 Koreans have participated in their own funerals. Ko Min-su has registered the course in 17 nations and is preparing new sessions. One with a fake cremation and another with a fake lock up in prison. Ko Min-su believes that the official or the manager after a few days of fake prison will no longer be led into temptation. After that he will no longer corrupt, rob or lie.
The Italian market for fake prison has the potential to explode. A business without limits. With Regional Presidents, Senators, Deputies, public officials, managers and bankers you’re spoilt for choice. Italy is the last in Europe in the classification of transparency, at 45th position after Malaysia.
The first ones to try fake jail could be the surely innocent ones, just to remove any temptation from them: Fassino, D’Alema, Berlusconi, Dell’Utri, Tronchetti, Buora, Geronzi, Scaroni, Mastella, Cuffaro. The number of presumed innocent in Italy is so high that we should straight away build some fake prisons to contain them all. The course leaders should be magistrates, to make the experience more real. Luigi De Magistris and Clementina Forleo are the ideal candidates to transform the fake jail into harsh prison.
De Magistris and Forleo anyway have a lot of free time, they have been cleared of any guilt, but transferred for environmental incompatibility. Thus they can no longer investigate those who are surely innocent. Once upon a time, they were assassinated, now they are moved.
Fake jail for all and impunity (“fuck the Italians”) for the Band of Four.

Posted by Beppe Grillo at 11:23 AM in | Comments (8)
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I agree. the whole country is focked! once they have sold the remains of alitalia, telecom italia and fiat nothing will be left to steal

do they realise that soon they won't even have enough money to pay the salaries to the public sector?

Posted by: frankie hat | July 24, 2008 11:24 PM


Thank the Americans and Milton Friedman's freeliberalism (check Naomi Klein's THE SHOCK DOCTRINE for a shocking account of how the 'Chicago Boys' ruined the economies of South America and Asia) for the fake economy of South Korea.
No wonder they are contemplating chain suicides.

However, Iraq didn't quite work out, did it?...

Posted by: Shock And Awe | July 24, 2008 05:47 PM


Yeah, Straniero (by the way, it's UNO STRANIERO and not UN STRANIERO...) -- Veltroni is a fake.

Forget him. Think about Berluskoni, rather.
That's a true smartass, no fake at all!

Posted by: The Crucifixer | July 24, 2008 05:22 PM


Shouldn't Italians fake happiness, instead of complaining all the time?

Don't worry, be fake happy!

Fake life is fake short...

Fake me dead :((

Posted by: The Crucifixer | July 24, 2008 05:19 PM


Well, Italians do live in a fake Italy, don't they? Fake politics and fake politicians, fake elections, fake laws to protect a fake Government with a fake leader.

I think Italians are, in fact, fake.

Oh, fake it!

Posted by: The Crucifixer | July 24, 2008 05:16 PM


I would put those idiots in a fake concentration camp

Posted by: Giovanni Principe | July 24, 2008 04:25 PM


The mind boggles at the prospect, Straniero.
There would have to be a building surge in "fake" prison construction etc., so you can imagine who'd have their sticky fingers in that little honeypot.

Posted by: Rolly Wheeler | July 24, 2008 04:00 PM


Walter Veltroni = Neville Chamberlain

http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Appeasement

Posted by: Un Straniero | July 24, 2008 02:23 PM


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