Top of the class

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De Magistris, colluding pieces of the institutions and the Council of Magistrates


The one who is top of the class never gets his hands dirty. He uses his tongue.
The one who is top of the class becomes the top dog in the news organisation. He becomes Giordano, Riotta, Vespa, Belpietro. The one who is top of the class always gets a salary worthy of the one who is top of the class.
The one who is top of the class defames without defaming, informs without informing, robs without robbing.
The one who is top of the class wants the reform of the justice system, but doesnít want to be put on trial. Heís called DíAlema or Berlusconi. Heís a cross-party top of the class.
The one who is top of the class becomes President of the Republic, is the head of the Council of Magistrates (CSM), and leaves De Magistris and Forleo to their destiny.
The one who is top of the class cares not a fig for the Clean Up Parliament law that is stuck in the Senate, but pays much attention to Grilloís income tax declaration.
The one who is top of the class writes in the newspapers thanks to the public financing.
The one who is top of the class always turns away towards his own side.
The one who is top of the class believes so much in Mediaset, the RAI and in Eugenio Scalfari and reckons he is such a good person.
The one who is top of the class is the first one to know, but heís also the first to finish up in Hammamet.
The one who is top of the class ignores the 98 billion euro that the concessionaires owe the State, but he talks warmly of the social card and of the government.
The one who is top of the class gets the CNR to analyse the Biowashball (itís as though the CNN were to turn to MIT to attack Michael Moore), but not Tarantoís dioxin.
The one who is top of the class is the first to screw the State, but elegantly, without swear words and with the correct attire.
The one who is top of the class becomes a CAI entrepreneur, sacks 12,000 people, leaves debts of a few billion to the State, but is a patriot.
The one who is top of the class is often one with a concession for our stuff, roads, water, energy. A concessionaire among peers, made up of others who are top of the class. You donít become the top of those who are top of the class without the radio and TV concessions.
The one who is top of the class is worried about the public debt that he himself has created as the Minister of the Economy, if he tells us to buy government bonds itís because he is a responsible person.
The one who is top of the class pays taxes but only those that are strictly necessary.
The one who is top of the class needs a population of servants and ignorant people so he can live in style.
The one who is truly top of the class is lying to himself so well that he believes himself and he gets offended if someone raises doubts.
The one who is top of the class sees the speck in the eyes of the others, but ignores the beam that he is sitting on.
They will never give up (but is it in their interests?). Neither will we.

Posted by Beppe Grillo at 09:31 PM in | Comments (5)
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Edededed: That article on L'Espresso is pathetic: it goes fishing for Grillo's detractors to validate their death wish for this blog. Judging from the comments they're getting it doesn't look like they are getting much validation.

Posted by: louis pacella | December 9, 2008 03:37 PM


Louis,

I was reading this same moment, few articles on the Tribune Co and filing for Chapter 11: there is more than a Newspaper in their portfolio..much more, and funny to read (side by side with the tragedy), that the NY Times has to put the brand new building (Renzo Piano) on the block, for very similar reasons: very troublesome the cintinuity oif negative news coming along, affecting so many industries

As far as the info's ailing industry in Italy is concerned..Grillo and his work on discovering all the dirt that goes on in the tax payer subsidies to all kind of printed and non **information**, they are trying again to discredit him instead of naotifying the market of their trouble

This week, L'Espresso moves ahead with questioning Beppe Grillo popularity with an article from an anonymous **pennivendolo**..have a look at the comments..self explanatory


As Beppe writes at the end of any of his daily themes:

They will never give up (but is it in their interests?). Neither will we.

Posted by: Edededed | December 9, 2008 11:02 AM


The Chicago Tribune is filing for bankruptacy, The New York Times is looking for $256 million as revenues and readership falling, There is rumor the Miami Herald is looking for buyers. It seems the newspaper industry is tanking faster than expected. I don't know how papers in Italy are doing, but if it's as dire as it is here the "yes men" mentioned by Grillo will become as obsolete as their papers.

Posted by: louis pacella | December 9, 2008 06:45 AM


Groenland = Green land = Terra verde

Greenland was once green. Do you really believe the air you breath should be taxed?


http://freakonomics.blogs.nytimes.com/2008/11/14/ron-paul-answers-your-questions-part-one/

Posted by: Sir Francis Stones | December 8, 2008 05:26 AM


Alas, it was ever thus.
If it were happening only at the top of the class then it might be possible to control in some way.
Unfortunately it is a cancer in society that is endemic at all levels and one in which the Italian population is particularly badly infected.

Posted by: Rolly Wheeler | December 8, 2008 01:32 AM


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