Fannie and Freddie

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Queues of Indy Mac savers
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Fannie and Freddie are two credit institutions in the United States. They sell mortgages on property. They are like Ginger and Fred but they don’t dance on a film set. They dance on the brink of crashing. Their shares have fallen in the month of July.
If Fannie and Freddie were to go bankrupt they would leave a hole of 5000 billion dollars, half the American Public Debt. The State should intervene and nationalize them with an automatic increase in the cost of money and in taxes. In Italy it is as though there were the bankruptcy of most of the companies quoted on the Stock Exchange all at the same time. Fannie must pay back 216 billion dollars within a year, Freddie a bit more than that, about 291 billion. The money’s not there. For two reasons. The mortgage repayments are no longer being paid and no one is underwriting the new mortgages. Basically the property market has disappeared.
People no longer have money and the cost of money has gone up. Furthermore, the value of houses has collapsed and the banks are full of mortgaged houses. In the stomach of the banks’ balance sheets there are still properties with values that go back to before the “subprime” crisis. The banks don’t want to devalue, some can’t allow themselves to do so, their share values would collapse. Fannie and Freddie represent a financial tsunami that in one way or another will arrive here. The prices of property in Italy are drugged by a cartel of property companies. The city centres are no longer for habitation but for making money. The price of apartments has no connection with reality. The property companies for some time have been in a strange media silence, losing their value on the Stock Market. Since January 2008 the top 9 companies in the sector lost 2.4 billion euro, about half of their capitalization. Pirelli Real Estate, a bit more than the average: 57.82%. The fall in the property market had already happened in part. Anyone who had a one Euro share at Christmas finds themselves with 50 cents before the holidays.
The value of houses is kept high artificially. The big cities are invaded by “For sale” and “To Let” signs and meanwhile new homes in the outskirts are still being built.
The astonishing thing is that the true crisis has not yet arrived. In the United States there are about 90 banks risking collapse. One of them, Indy Mac, closed on Friday. The third most important collapse in the United States since the war. The queues of people who were taking out their savings are an image of the situation.
A bit of advice: don’t buy property; don’t do debts; don’t take out new mortgages; if you can, pay off the mortgages that you have; don’t buy shares in property companies; don’t buy funds with shares in property companies. Fannie and Freddie are arriving.

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Tnak You - Teşekkürler ...

Posted by: SanalSahne | November 16, 2008 07:30 PM


Beppe - I love your blog!

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Posted by: PiriketSeverler | July 18, 2008 07:17 PM


giudei mediorientali... ci avete ingannato finora... ora pagherete... in nome del grande fuerher!

spariranno dal mare di fuoco e di cristallo le 3 grandi religioni moteiste per proclamare l'unica vera religione quella dell'occhio che tutto vede... IL TRIANGOLO E? NOSTRO!

Posted by: andrea dino | July 18, 2008 01:20 PM


i giudei dello stato mediorientale non sono altro che una sinagoga di satana (il papa). Noi siamo i veri legittimi principi... noi europei LE 12 STELLE della prima unione europea...

Ecco perchè vi spiego che Gerusalemme medio-orientale, babilonia sarà distrutta dall'Iran... guai a chi ci ferma... E sapete anche che i missili cinesi sono puntati per punire L'Europa (israele), l'America (figlia di Babilonia)...e ROMA... l'Italia sparirà, ma al suo posto sorgerà una nuova nazione e a ROMA gerusalemme sorgerà una delle più belle città della nuova era.

Posted by: andrea dino | July 18, 2008 01:16 PM


aprite gli occhi a gabriella mia madre quella che abita con me ORA!

Il progetto Pandemia 2 si chiama ora EXIT PANDEMIA OFF!! E da Giuda sta per essere sottratta la corona... per ridarla a me il legittimo proprietario...

siamo di nuovo al limitare dei 1260 gg. quando finalmente MB e tutta la sua merda di marmaglia schifosa se ne tornano al 2005 e nel deserto dove è la loro casa fatta di cattolicesimo, islamismo e ebraismo... vescovi e cardinali... il 31 agosto clock on per chiara nel deserto... fatemi vedere il francese per favore.
Stasera voglio uscire e farmi un sacchetto con la roby... raffa fatti sentire.
Marra se continui con il metallo ti fondo.
Paola torna a chiara (raffa) che ha partorito Bernardo (me) in samaria e la paola, figlia di babilonia resta comunque in vita, regina, la angela...
Israele, la vera e propria regina, mia mamma è salva. E anche mio padre king salomon è salvo... ma ora il potere viene a me... ps sono io il cavallo bianco che combatte nel deserto della chiesa cattolica, nel mondo del falso profeta e sono anche io il padrone dei Gentili (sodoma ed Egitto) che dal 30 agosto calpesteranno per 42 mesi Gerusalemme (celeste) Heaven... e dopo per 1240 giorni ci saranno i 2 profeti in favore di S. Giovanni... (ma non siamo noi, bensì i suoi amici - plz un po' meno rozzi di quelli che aveva finora grazie)... e infine nel 2015 vi sarà l'olocausto nucleare totale che ci libererà dalla chiesa grazie all'intervento dell'altissimo... Jack è il cavallo rosso... galdiolo è abbadon... non so chi siano nero e morte.
Ps. nel 2015 ruini distruggerà la chiesa con tutti gli scandali possibili ed immaginabili...

siccome Io sono il legittimo prprietario della matrice e Malara è l'agnello sgozzato dal principio del mondo, ma lo sono anche io - e malara si è impossessato di Bernardo per più di un periodo... e siccome Bernardo è il Dio... vi è la famosa separazione del vangelo di Bernardo (giovanni) dal mio e come già detto i martiri dell'apocalisse vanno con lui fino al 2045 (gog e magog), noi invece usciamo prima (nel 2015 appunto)... poi giovanni viene con noi e la chiesa, e tutta la merdaccia sua va all'inferno... il progetto discoteca Pandemia 1 (mare) è terminato dal BANG di MTV... forza e coraggio all'inferno.

Gli do 30 anni (1000) per pensare a tutto quello che ha combinato e ravvedersi... perchè in lui c'è il NOSTRO spirito.

Posted by: andrea dino | July 18, 2008 01:09 PM


ah mirka... lo sa tuo padre che è stato Palma a dirmi di provarci con te e che eri finocchio?? :)

Posted by: tah dah | July 18, 2008 12:02 PM


mirko cugino della palma... MIRKA... cane da buldogg... alias picchio... aspetta e spera e prega dio... picchio...


ah anche bobby the man oltre a mia mamma (quella che abita con me) mi sono sempre state vicine...

Posted by: andrà come andrà | July 18, 2008 11:57 AM


A couple of days ago I posted a rant by American satirist George Carlin. While the comic usually satirizes the powers that be and the contradictions in the system, this rant escoriated people whining about their political represantitives. George Carlin says that politicians merely reflect the virtues and vices of the electors that place them in power, no more and no less, and when people whine about their politicians they whine about themselves. Probably the piece was first staged in the early seventies when Nixon defeated McGovern and became president. Nixon's victory turned George Carlin cinical and angry. He lost hope in people's ability to change their political situations. So, he deemed voting useless and stopped voting. George Carlin died a few weeks ago at 71. Millions of people miss him. As much as he had lost hope in changing the world, he never stopped escoriating and tormenting the sleep of the powerful. George Carlin was an American Beppe Grillo with one difference: Carlin was a pessimist who had stopped believing in the power of people. Grillo is an optimist and believes in the power and intelligence of people and Beppe doesn't merely talk-the-talk; he walks-the-walk. He is showing that it's possible to have people listening and agreeing with you and motivate a million and half people to sign a petition for a new democracy. I consider this feat astounding. And it's even more astounding when one considers the unlimited the power of national mass media.
Talking about mass-media: I read in Grillo's Italian blog that a "journalist" defined this movement as "subculture".
Subculture? Wow! How the hell did he get a job in a national paper? Does he even know the meaning of the word? He should get his dictionary and look up the word. Hasn't he seen that we're in the squares? We're not hiding. The sun was shining upon the people in Piazza Navona. And we are in your face and all the faces attempting to demolish Italy. In fact, my friend, you're part of Berlusconi's wrecking gang. In fact, my friend, Grillo is going to present in Parliament a petition with a million-and-a-half signatures. Subculture? Yeah, right. Like a gorilla in the room!

Posted by: lou pacella | July 18, 2008 04:18 AM


ready to fight in the sky against MB RATZINGER!!

clock cracker...

Posted by: andrea dino | July 17, 2008 05:46 PM


Feel better now?
You want more? Here's more....

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THE SHOCK DOCTRINE BY NAOMI KLEIN: An Excerpt From the Introduction
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I met Jamar Perry in September 2005, at the big Red Cross shelter in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Dinner was being doled out by grinning young Scientologists, and he was standing in line. I had just been busted for talking to evacuees without a media escort and was now doing my best to blend in, a white Canadian in a sea of African- American southerners. I dodged into the food line behind Perry and asked him to talk to me as if we were old friends, which he kindly did.

Born and raised in New Orleans, he'd been out of the flooded city for a week. He and his family had waited forever for the evacuation buses; when they didn't arrive, they had walked out in the baking sun. Finally they ended up here, a sprawling convention centre now jammed with 2,000 cots and a mess of angry, exhausted people being patrolled by edgy National Guard soldiers just back from Iraq.

The news racing around the shelter that day was that the Republican Congressman Richard Baker had told a group of lobbyists, "We finally cleaned up public housing in New Orleans. We couldn't do it, but God did." Joseph Canizaro, one of New Orleans' wealthiest developers, had just expressed a similar sentiment: "I think we have a clean sheet to start again. And with that clean sheet we have some very big opportunities." All that week Baton Rouge had been crawling with corporate lobbyists helping to lock in those big opportunities: lower taxes, fewer regulations, cheaper workers and a "smaller, safer city" - which in practice meant plans to level the public housing projects. Hearing all the talk of "fresh starts" and "clean sheets", you could almost forget the toxic stew of rubble, chemical outflows and human remains just a few miles down the highway.

Over at the shelter, Jamar could think of nothing else. "I really don't see it as cleaning up the city. What I see is that a lot of people got killed uptown. People who shouldn't have died."

He was speaking quietly, but an older man in line in front of us overheard and whipped around. "What is wrong with these people in Baton Rouge? This isn't an opportunity. It's a goddamned tragedy. Are they blind?" A mother with two kids chimed in. "No, they're not blind, they're evil. They see just fine."

One of those who saw opportunity in the floodwaters of New Orleans was the late Milton Friedman, grand guru of unfettered capitalism and credited with writing the rulebook for the contemporary, hyper-mobile global economy. Ninety-three years old and in failing health, "Uncle Miltie", as he was known to his followers, found the strength to write an op-ed for the Wall Street Journal three months after the levees broke. "Most New Orleans schools are in ruins," Friedman observed, "as are the homes of the children who have attended them. The children are now scattered all over the country. This is a tragedy. It is also an opportunity."

Friedman's radical idea was that instead of spending a portion of the billions of dollars in reconstruction money on rebuilding and improving New Orleans' existing public school system, the government should provide families with vouchers, which they could spend at private institutions.

In sharp contrast to the glacial pace with which the levees were repaired and the electricity grid brought back online, the auctioning-off of New Orleans' school system took place with military speed and precision. Within 19 months, with most of the city's poor residents still in exile, New Orleans' public school system had been almost completely replaced by privately run charter schools.

The Friedmanite American Enterprise Institute enthused that "Katrina accomplished in a day ... what Louisiana school reformers couldn't do after years of trying". Public school teachers, meanwhile, were calling Friedman's plan "an educational land grab". I call these orchestrated raids on the public sphere in the wake of catastrophic events, combined with the treatment of disasters as exciting market opportunities, "disaster capitalism".

Privatising the school system of a mid-size American city may seem a modest preoccupation for the man hailed as the most influential economist of the past half century. Yet his determination to exploit the crisis in New Orleans to advance a fundamentalist version of capitalism was also an oddly fitting farewell. For more than three decades, Friedman and his powerful followers had been perfecting this very strategy: waiting for a major crisis, then selling off pieces of the state to private players while citizens were still reeling from the shock.

In one of his most influential essays, Friedman articulated contemporary capitalism's core tactical nostrum, what I have come to understand as "the shock doctrine". He observed that "only a crisis - actual or perceived - produces real change". When that crisis occurs, the actions taken depend on the ideas that are lying around. Some people stockpile canned goods and water in preparation for major disasters; Friedmanites stockpile free-market ideas. And once a crisis has struck, the University of Chicago professor was convinced that it was crucial to act swiftly, to impose rapid and irreversible change before the crisis-racked society slipped back into the "tyranny of the status quo". A variation on Machiavelli's advice that "injuries" should be inflicted "all at once", this is one of Friedman's most lasting legacies.

Friedman first learned how to exploit a shock or crisis in the mid-70s, when he advised the dictator General Augusto Pinochet. Not only were Chileans in a state of shock after Pinochet's violent coup, but the country was also traumatised by hyperinflation. Friedman advised Pinochet to impose a rapid-fire transformation of the economy - tax cuts, free trade, privatised services, cuts to social spending and deregulation.

It was the most extreme capitalist makeover ever attempted anywhere, and it became known as a "Chicago School" revolution, as so many of Pinochet's economists had studied under Friedman there. Friedman coined a phrase for this painful tactic: economic "shock treatment". In the decades since, whenever governments have imposed sweeping free-market programs, the all-at-once shock treatment, or "shock therapy", has been the method of choice.

I started researching the free market's dependence on the power of shock four years ago, during the early days of the occupation of Iraq. I reported from Baghdad on Washington's failed attempts to follow "shock and awe" with shock therapy - mass privatisation, complete free trade, a 15% flat tax, a dramatically downsized government. Afterwards I travelled to Sri Lanka, several months after the devastating 2004 tsunami, and witnessed another version of the same manoeuvre: foreign investors and international lenders had teamed up to use the atmosphere of panic to hand the entire beautiful coastline over to entrepreneurs who quickly built large resorts, blocking hundreds of thousands of fishing people from rebuilding their villages. By the time Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, it was clear that this was now the preferred method of advancing corporate goals: using moments of collective trauma to engage in radical social and economic engineering.

Most people who survive a disaster want the opposite of a clean slate: they want to salvage whatever they can and begin repairing what was not destroyed. "When I rebuild the city I feel like I'm rebuilding myself," said Cassandra Andrews, a resident of New Orleans' heavily damaged Lower Ninth Ward, as she cleared away debris after the storm. But disaster capitalists have no interest in repairing what once was. In Iraq, Sri Lanka and New Orleans, the process deceptively called "reconstruction" began with finishing the job of the original disaster by erasing what was left of the public sphere.

When I began this research into the intersection between super-profits and mega-disasters, I thought I was witnessing a fundamental change in the way the drive to "liberate" markets was advancing around the world. Having been part of the movement against ballooning corporate power that made its global debut in Seattle in 1999, I was accustomed to seeing business-friendly policies imposed through arm-twisting at WTO summits, or as the conditions attached to loans from the IMF.

As I dug deeper into the history of how this market model had swept the globe, I discovered that the idea of exploiting crisis and disaster has been the modus operandi of Friedman's movement from the very beginning - this fundamentalist form of capitalism has always needed disasters to advance. What was happening in Iraq and New Orleans was not a post-September 11 invention. Rather, these bold experiments in crisis exploitation were the culmination of three decades of strict adherence to the shock doctrine.

Seen through the lens of this doctrine, the past 35 years look very different. Some of the most infamous human rights violations of this era, which have tended to be viewed as sadistic acts carried out by anti-democratic regimes, were in fact either committed with the intent of terrorising the public or actively harnessed to prepare the ground for radical free-market "reforms". In China in 1989, it was the shock of the Tiananmen Square massacre and the arrests of tens of thousands that freed the Communist party to convert much of the country into a sprawling export zone, staffed with workers too terrified to demand their rights. The Falklands war in 1982 served a similar purpose for Margaret Thatcher: the disorder resulting from the war allowed her to crush the striking miners and to launch the first privatisation frenzy in a western democracy.

The bottom line is that, for economic shock therapy to be applied without restraint, some sort of additional collective trauma has always been required. Friedman's economic model is capable of being partially imposed under democracy - the US under Reagan being the best example - but for the vision to be implemented in its complete form, authoritarian or quasi-authoritarian conditions are required.

Until recently, these conditions did not exist in the US. What happened on September 11 2001 is that an ideology hatched in American universities and fortified in Washington institutions finally had its chance to come home. The Bush administration, packed with Friedman's disciples, including his close friend Donald Rumsfeld, seized upon the fear generated to launch the "war on terror" and to ensure that it is an almost completely for-profit venture, a booming new industry that has breathed new life into the faltering US economy. Best understood as a "disaster capitalism complex", it is a global war fought on every level by private companies whose involvement is paid for with public money, with the unending mandate of protecting the US homeland in perpetuity while eliminating all "evil" abroad.

In a few short years, the complex has already expanded its market reach from fighting terrorism to international peacekeeping, to municipal policing, to responding to increasingly frequent natural disasters. The ultimate goal for the corporations at the centre of the complex is to bring the model of for-profit government, which advances so rapidly in extraordinary circumstances, into the ordinary functioning of the state - in effect, to privatise the government.

In scale, the disaster capitalism complex is on a par with the "emerging market" and IT booms of the 90s. It is dominated by US firms, but is global, with British companies bringing their experience in security cameras, Israeli firms their expertise in building hi-tech fences and walls. Combined with soaring insurance industry profits as well as super profits for the oil industry, the disaster economy may well have saved the world market from the full-blown recession it was facing on the eve of 9/11.

In the torrent of words written in eulogy to Milton Friedman, the role of shocks and crises to advance his world view received barely a mention. Instead, the economist's passing, in November 2006, provided an occasion for a retelling of the official story of how his brand of radical capitalism became government orthodoxy in almost every corner of the globe. It is a fairytale history, scrubbed clean of the violence so intimately entwined with this crusade.

It is time for this to change. Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, there has been a powerful reckoning with the crimes committed in the name of communism. But what of the crusade to liberate world markets?

I am not arguing that all forms of market systems require large-scale violence. It is eminently possible to have a market-based economy that demands no such brutality or ideological purity. A free market in consumer products can coexist with free public health care, with public schools, with a large segment of the economy - such as a national oil company - held in state hands. It's equally possible to require corporations to pay decent wages, to respect the right of workers to form unions, and for governments to tax and redistribute wealth so that the sharp inequalities that mark the corporatist state are reduced. Markets need not be fundamentalist.

John Maynard Keynes proposed just that kind of mixed, regulated economy after the Great Depression. It was that system of compromises, checks and balances that Friedman's counter-revolution was launched to dismantle in country after country. Seen in that light, Chicago School capitalism has something in common with other fundamentalist ideologies: the signature desire for unattainable purity.

This desire for godlike powers of creation is precisely why free-market ideologues are so drawn to crises and disasters. Non-apocalyptic reality is simply not hospitable to their ambitions. For 35 years, what has animated Friedman's counter-revolution is an attraction to a kind of freedom available only in times of cataclysmic change - when people, with their stubborn habits and insistent demands, are blasted out of the way - moments when democracy seems a practical impossibility. Believers in the shock doctrine are convinced that only a great rupture - a flood, a war, a terrorist attack - can generate the kind of vast, clean canvases they crave. It is in these malleable moments, when we are psychologically unmoored and physically uprooted, that these artists of the real plunge in their hands and begin their work of remaking the world.

Posted by: The Crucifixer | July 17, 2008 05:26 PM


FROM NAOMI KLEIN'S "The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism" -- excerpted from her website: http://www.naomiklein.org/shock-doctrine/the-book

SUMMARY:
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In THE SHOCK DOCTRINE, Naomi Klein explodes the myth that the global free market triumphed democratically. Exposing the thinking, the money trail and the puppet strings behind the world-changing crises and wars of the last four decades, The Shock Doctrine is the gripping story of how America’s “free market” policies have come to dominate the world-- through the exploitation of disaster-shocked people and countries.

At the most chaotic juncture in Iraq’s civil war, a new law is unveiled that would allow Shell and BP to claim the country’s vast oil reserves…. Immediately following September 11, the Bush Administration quietly out-sources the running of the “War on Terror” to Halliburton and Blackwater…. After a tsunami wipes out the coasts of Southeast Asia, the pristine beaches are auctioned off to tourist resorts.... New Orleans’s residents, scattered from Hurricane Katrina, discover that their public housing, hospitals and schools will never be reopened…. These events are examples of “the shock doctrine”: using the public’s disorientation following massive collective shocks – wars, terrorist attacks, or natural disasters -- to achieve control by imposing economic shock therapy. Sometimes, when the first two shocks don’t succeed in wiping out resistance, a third shock is employed: the electrode in the prison cell or the Taser gun on the streets.

Based on breakthrough historical research and four years of on-the-ground reporting in disaster zones, The Shock Doctrine vividly shows how disaster capitalism – the rapid-fire corporate reengineering of societies still reeling from shock – did not begin with September 11, 2001. The book traces its origins back fifty years, to the University of Chicago under Milton Friedman, which produced many of the leading neo-conservative and neo-liberal thinkers whose influence is still profound in Washington today. New, surprising connections are drawn between economic policy, “shock and awe” warfare and covert CIA-funded experiments in electroshock and sensory deprivation in the 1950s, research that helped write the torture manuals used today in Guantanamo Bay.

The Shock Doctrine follows the application of these ideas though our contemporary history, showing in riveting detail how well-known events of the recent past have been deliberate, active theatres for the shock doctrine, among them: Pinochet’s coup in Chile in 1973, the Falklands War in 1982, the Tiananmen Square Massacre in 1989, the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, the Asian Financial crisis in 1997 and Hurricane Mitch in 1998.
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Posted by: The Crucifixer | July 17, 2008 05:24 PM


FROM NAOMI KLEIN's WEBSITE (http://www.naomiklein.org/main)

+++++++Around the world in Britain, the United States, Asia and the Middle East [let's not forget Italy!], there are people with power who are cashing in on chaos; exploiting bloodshed and catastrophe to brutally remake our world in their image. They are the shock doctors. Thrilling and revelatory, The Shock Doctrine cracks open the secret history of our era. Exposing these global profiteers, Naomi Klein discovered information and connections that shocked even her about how comprehensively the shock doctors' beliefs now dominate our world - and how this domination has been achieved. Raking in billions out of the tsunami, plundering Russia, exploiting Iraq - this is the chilling tale of how a few are making a killing while more are getting killed.++++++++

Posted by: The Crucifixer | July 17, 2008 05:21 PM


After Grillo's warning above, everyone should now read THE SHOCK DOCTRINE (translated in Italian as "SHOCK ECONOMY. L'ascesa del capitalismo dei disastri") by Naomi Klein and start shitting their pants...

Posted by: The Crucifixer | July 17, 2008 05:18 PM


...yeah, now I understand: that's why Grillo is trying to make friends with the Japs... you never know, just in case... just to be on the safe side, yaknow... another Pearl Harbor.... go and figure it.

Don't forget Hiroshima, though!

Posted by: The Crucifixer | July 17, 2008 04:35 PM


Hey marco, you getting scared??

You wouldn't be living in Germany, by any chance?

I tell you, man: those Krauts will never learn... they just can't stay put -- they gotta play war and aren't satified unless they kill millions!

Meanwhile us yankees are wasting our time in places like Iraq and Afghanistan.

I wonder what the Japs are doing too... uhmmm...

Posted by: The Crucifixer | July 17, 2008 04:32 PM


Friggin' hell, folks, can't you read????

POST IN F*CKING ENGLISH!!!!!!

Posted by: The Crucifixer | July 17, 2008 04:28 PM


[peste nEURa] German Kids Beg For Food While Berlin Elites Drink Vintage Champagne - By Michael James in Germany, 7-16-8
According to a recent report issued by the German Office of Statistics, 1 out of 8 German children now live below the poverty line. Don't believe it. My eyes tell me that the figure falls within the margin of 1 out of 4. In the less affluent areas of Frankfurt, it is not uncommon to be approached by kids begging a couple of euros for a hamburger. There is no guessing as to the growing childhood misery in Dortmund, Munich, Berlin, and the states of former East Germany. And we have yet to the face the coming "hunger years" of 2009 and 2010... A secret militia, comprised of former Bundeswehr officers and soldiers, is already in the making. They have access to secret arms caches and they know how to take out key installations (and the political elites) in the blink of an eye
http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/forum.cgi?read=128119

Posted by: marco saba | July 17, 2008 02:37 PM


LA NOTTE FINISCE E TORNA LA NOTTE (ULTIMO ATTO)

la notte incombe sui traditori
le cataratte del cielo si aprono
sul mare
sulla terra
sui cieli

piume di angeli bruciati
cadono dalle ali dell'inganno
e si accendono le luci della scala
di Giacobbe
e l'area della citta
si anima
di immenso fuoco

crocifisso chi destabilizzò
nella grande città della vendetta
e piange barcollante di vino
la maledetta
figlia del niente e dei suoi detrattori
di chi l'edificò
facendone fortezza
madre chiesa romana

il progetto DISCOTECA
si chiama ora
COUNTDOWN NELLA REALTA'
la discoteca
simbolo della notte
diviene ora la strada
e il suo codice

tutto è fuoco
e la sveglia inizia a suonare

tic, tac, tic, tac

un sobbalzo e l'uscita
finalmente liberi

notte di fuoco
date lo scettro della luce
al condottiero

egli vi guiderà in 7 anni alla ricercà
della realtà
date il potere al condottiero

egli vola... vola e viaggia
aprite le porte
alla notte del vino

soldi, soldi, soldi...

Posted by: la notte di fuoco | July 17, 2008 02:29 PM


i control the world drugs market... NOW! Give my my money and fuck off! The sun set on you my dear church mum!! the sun set on you all world! It's time to get the B-PLAN... MADONNA I GIVE IT TO YOU! WAKE ME UP AT 13:30 AND HIRE ME! I GOTTA TO OPEN THE TWO DISCOS FOR THE LAST PART OF THE NIGHT... TILL THE DAWN FOR ME TILL MIDNIGHT FOR EVERYONE. SINCE THE SUNSET FOR YOU... MB AND SO ON...

Posted by: andrea dino | July 17, 2008 02:07 PM


in verità... non vi è persona che mi sia stata d'aiuto come lo è stato JACK18, gli altri sono solo degni del peggiore dei biasimi... altre due persone che mi hanno aiutato sono state ricky_ur e Marra (anche se a colpi alterni)... poi Mattia G. e ovviamente l'innominabile... gli altri ripeto ad iniziare dalla mia non più madre attuale e mio pseudo padre devono soffrire da oggi in poi come dannati fino alla fine delle sofferenze... gli faccio passare la voglia di costruire mattoni bruciati sul fuoco...

ps PATATINA E? SOLO MIO!

Posted by: andrea dino | July 17, 2008 12:33 PM


Ti invitiamo a visitare il mio blog http://www.deepbluesky.blogg.se
Perché?

Perché è un blog dove tutti possono capire indipendentemente dalla lingua.
Vedere voi stessi. Il blog è per tutti.

Avete anche un ottimo blog.

Posted by: Adam K | July 17, 2008 12:02 PM


E io che cazzo faccio? Mutuo variabile 30 anni (adesso solo 28!), vendo e dove cazzo vado?? Ho due figli una moglie e un gatto....con uno stipendio solo, dove cazzo vado??

Posted by: davide mon | July 17, 2008 11:12 AM


'coz I'm already dead!! E se potessi morirei per sempre perchè odio la vita e spaccherei la testa a mio padre e mia madre... dio sa perchè...

WE CONTROLO FROM TODAY ARMY AND POLICE... :)

Posted by: andrea dino | July 17, 2008 10:51 AM


sapete che massaggia è gay?? ci provava con la mia amica bobby the man!! E anche quel frocione pedofilo di paolo ventura... per non parlare di Stevan... se la sua ragazza sapesse... e se sapesse la moglie di massaggia!! :) smack :*

Posted by: andrea dino | July 17, 2008 10:49 AM


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