Starving Old Folk (except one)

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Cutting social pensions


January 2009. Second year of the Psycho Dwarf Era. 760,000 people lose the social pension. The true Italians rejoice. The income will be taken away from the exploiters of the people. A true manoevre of the Left. The social Right applauds. The people of the Lega show (with pride) their middle finger to the old ladies who are sucking the blood from the lombardo-veneti entrepreneurs.
Social pensions to all those over 65 and with less than 10 years contributions will be cut. Housewives, unemployed, immigrants who have come back to Italy to spend their old age, monks and nuns. This mass of do-nothings are getting 395.54 euro a month. From next year they can spend their afternoons rummaging through the bins holding the leftovers of the local markets.
Tremonti is more advanced than Cavallo, the Argentine Minister of the Economy. In Argentina, before the collapse of the State, pensions were reduced by 30%. Tremonti is cutting them by 100%. Every year the Psycho Dwarf will save about 300 million euro (300,648,400).
The old folk can die of hunger. Meanwhile there’s the 300 million donated to Alitalia, the 329 millionin fines to the European Community for the abusive Rete 4 (up until now), the billions of euro a year for assisted publishing to pay the salaries of Scalfari, Mieli, Belpietro, Ferrara, Polito, Padellaro, and Feltri, the pensions to parliamentarians after two and a half years. When the State calls, the old folk can kick the bucket. They say that the law was done for the 23,113 immigrants who live in Italy. For 2.6% of social pensions. And so as not to be seen as racist they wanted to take no prisoners.
Starve them all to save one. He is the richest man in Italy.

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Bravo tu che hai fatto le traduzioni, BRAVO!!

"it sounds much better" ma vai a lavorare camminaa!

Posted by: Alessandro Schiavone | July 31, 2008 12:45 PM


step one: absolute faith on the BOSS u know WHO
step two: zero of all the patavium discos tops
step three: get again the real masters of the discos as one time
step four: waiting for the night to be over
step five: try to get a link with the new alliance between us and jews and the church after the night?? Let's see what they want to do with us
step six: get back what was of sicily to sicily
ABSOLUTE FAITH IN GOD SAINT BERNARD. rEPEAT ABSOLUTE... DON'T MIND IF SATAN TRIES TO KEEP HIM IN JAILS FOR 30 YEARS... ABSOLUTE DON'T MIND... FAITH AND DEVOTION...
KEEP BACK A. STEVAN TO EXTRA EXTRA, THE MAN WHO WAS ACCUSED BY MATTEW STATION AND LITTLE JOHN AND THE 4 TO BE A THIEF!! SHAME!

Posted by: andrea dino | July 31, 2008 10:48 AM


Italy should be so lucky to only have missed the boat sailing to the cutting edge of technology. Italy has missed and is missing boats in most other other areas of endevour. Yes, Italians kick a good soccer ball around, make racing cars, sew a pretty dress. But, truthfully, that's not much when we compare ourselves with the Japanese motor industry, their electronic industry, their steel mills, not to mention comparing Italy with the U.S., Germany, France, Spain, Canada, Russia not to mention China, India. We may be part of the G8 but they consider Italians lightweights. They're not revoking our membership out of the goodness of their hearts, they want us do "bella figura". The problem? As much as generalizitions are permitted, I would say that too many Italian employers, politicians, corporate heads, clerics and anyone with a shred of power perpetuate their priviliges to people of the same social class, to their relatives, friends and friends of friends. Too many jobs, positions, carreers hung on voting for the right party, meant corrupting, meant servility to the point that too often servility is rewarded and talent punished. Thus the brain-drain and Italy is the poorer for it. What does it say about Italy when "Mr. Forza Italia" goes, abroad to have his heart ailments checked out? If Silvio shows no faith in the Italian health system what else he doesn't trust in the beautiful country? In any event, we need a satellite at 36,000 metres up in the air to spot the toxic waste and garbage piled up in the Campania country side, so that we can gather the mess and send it into space.

Posted by: lou pacella | July 31, 2008 04:52 AM


Guys,

this blog is made not to criticize how write down..
Indeed you need to understand what happen in italy day by day..

Grande Beppe!

Posted by: Alessandro Schiavone | July 30, 2008 04:05 PM


This is such crap???? Who actually writes this stuff?? This is probably some of the most senseless one-sided information I've ever seen! If you're trying to be provocative, that's one thing. But if you're trying to be informative please try and show both sides of the argument. It not only makes the writer look bad, but it also makes italians in general look bad!

Posted by: alex bosco | July 30, 2008 11:43 AM


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