Eluana and the end of democracy


Eluana and the end of democracy

Eluana has nothing to do with it. It is nothing more than a pretext designed to dishearten the State President and to attack his control and his role as guarantor of the Constitution. It is a head to head battle, with a shithead. The psychodwarf doesn’t want anyone around that could hinder his march towards the occupation of the institutions. Napolitano has not signed the law by decree. So the Cabinet is now bypassing him by proposing a Bill that is identical to the original decree. We must remember precisely who voted him into power. One day we may be able to take action against them for attempting a coup..
The Bill will be proposed to the Parliament of Arcore puppets, who will approve it. Is the Bill unconstitutional? Well, then we’ll simply change the Constitution! No European Prime Minister would do or say the things that this anti-democracy time bomb is about to do. Could Eluana procreate? Could Eluana survive for three or four days of enforced starvation like Pannella did? I may be a comedian, but anyone who talks like this is nothing more than a sad excuse for a human being.

Schifani has been forced into a race against time in order to get the Bill approved in the Senate. The Head of the Senate, under orders from the Prime Minister. Can’t you see that this is nothing but a farce? That Eluana is simply news to distract the masses? Another piece of terrible news comes along every day. It is not enough for us to defend ourselves against the collapse of the economy or deal with the thousands of everyday problems. That is not good enough. Every new day that God grants us on Earth, we now have to spend defending ourselves from some or other new law, decree, amendment or expropriation of our civil rights.
Our employees work tirelessly to save themselves from the magistrature and from the day of reckoning that is coming. Living in Italy is exhausting and humiliating for this Country’s citizens. While the rest of the world is trying to find a way to confront this crisis, these petty politicians, former fascists, former Lega members and full time P2-ists are using this crisis as an opportunity to strengthen their grip on power and eliminate all opposition, from the magistrature through to Parliament itself, the National Audit Office and all the way through to the figure of the State President.
They are in a hurry, indeed a great hurry. They can already hear the sound of buffalo hooves, the Niagara Falls that is heading Italy’s way. They don’t want to end up like Ceaucescu, indeed not even like Bottino Craxi (Booty Craxi). The International Monetary Fund has stated that there are some "gloomy prospects" in store for Italy. Gloomy, now there’s a term worthy of Dario Argento or some or other horror movie. They want to leave the army on the bridge of the Titanic while they make good their escape in the lifeboats.

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

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Posted by: cindy rella | February 12, 2009 01:56 AM

My deepest condolences to Eluana's family. And may her soul rest in peace. Unfortunately 50% of italians are a bunch of hypocrites! What a sad bunch!

Posted by: grace | February 9, 2009 11:59 PM

And the church continues it's 'right to life' even though Pope John Paul II was removed from his respirator in order to die with dignity.
Otherwise, he'd still be breathing and fed intraveneously right up to today.

Posted by: Francesca Maggi | February 9, 2009 08:12 PM

I am going to post a part of a letter that Joseph Ratzinger wrote regarding euthanasia and capital punishment. I think there's no need to add any fuehter comment....


"Not all moral issues have the same moral weight as abortion and euthanasia. For example, if a Catholic were to be at odds with the Holy Father on the application of capital punishment or on the decision to wage war, he would not for that reason be considered unworthy to present himself to receive Holy Communion. While the Church exhorts civil authorities to seek peace, not war, and to exercise discretion and mercy in imposing punishment on criminals, IT MAY STILL BE PERMISSIBLE TO TAKE UP ARMS to repel an aggressor or to have recourse to CAPITAL PUNISHMENT. There may be a legitimate diversity of opinion even among Catholics about waging war and applying the death penalty, but NOT however with regard to ABORTION and EUTHANASIA."

Posted by: parletta | February 9, 2009 02:36 AM

the italian constitution

Posted by: terri | February 9, 2009 01:39 AM

It´s so easy "t's very easy to fake that kind of poll: you just have to delete the cookie from the browser and you can vote more and more and more..." every one must konw this

Posted by: Antoniogas | February 8, 2009 02:43 PM

The Thruth is unknown, and it seems weird that someone could tell us what it is (this is in fact ciarlatanism!). Anyway. the point of this story is that VAtican is trying to save a human life wich is the symbol of freedom of each human being, while satanistic massons want to kill Eluana just to affirm their power on any single life; exactly like NAzists did against people with handicap.
Again like 80 years ago, only Cattolic Church is fighting against the DEvil...
I guess this site is on the wrong side!

Posted by: Gianni Reali | February 8, 2009 12:50 PM


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Posted by: sari real | February 8, 2009 09:13 AM


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Among the other myths that the book exposes are:the "heroic wartime years" of the Pope's life including his "brave and courageous activities during which he continuously put his own life at risk to save countless Jews"; his wartime work as a "slave labourer"; the decades in which he "confronted the Communist regime in Poland"; his "vital contribution to the creation of the Solidarity movement" his "incorruptibility" and his"role in the overthrow of European Communism. There is much more. Read the book and make your own judgement.

Posted by: sari real | February 8, 2009 09:11 AM


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David Yallop began his investigations into his death at the request of certain individuals resident in Vatican City who were disturbed by a cover-up of the true circumstances surrounding the discovery of the Pope's body. It is his conviction that murder was the fate of Albino Luciani and he presents this evidence in this enthralling book.

Over three years continual and exhaustive research, David Yallop uncovered a chain of corruption that linked leading figures in financial, political, criminal and clerical circles around the world in a conspiracy of awesome proportions. To this day the central questions raised in In God's Name remain unanswered. A new updated edition containing additional evidence is now available.

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Posted by: sari real | February 8, 2009 09:09 AM


Everybody, should at least start reading some good book regarding Vatican history.

I recommend a book, written by David Yallop, "In the name of God" ("In nome di Dio" is the italian translation of the title).

Understanding the past is very important to understand how the Vatincan is acting nowadays.

Everybody should already know which is the Truth.

Good morning Italy.

Posted by: sari real | February 8, 2009 09:04 AM


In the above video, Umberto Eco, explains its opinion on how Berlusconi is acting against the italian Constitution. This is the real topic, which all Italians should focus on.
Hopefully they will.

Posted by: sari real | February 8, 2009 08:53 AM

February 3, 2009 -- Updated 1551 GMT (2351 HKT)

MS sufferer challenges suicide ruling

LONDON, England (CNN) -- A British multiple sclerosis sufferer is attempting to clarify the law on assisted suicide, an option she has said she wants if her pain becomes unbearable.

Debbie Purdy, 45, was at the Court of Appeal in London Tuesday to challenge an October judgment from the High Court, which refused to clarify the law.

Purdy suffers from primary progressive multiple sclerosis, in which symptoms become progressively worse over time. She has said she wants the option to travel abroad to have an assisted death should her suffering become unbearable.

Under Britain's current law, Purdy's husband, Omar Puente, could face 14 years in prison if he accompanies her to a country, such as Switzerland, where assisted suicide is legal.

Purdy's case had asked the High Court judges to tell her at what point her husband would be breaking the law if she committed suicide with his help.

"If Omar sits with me on the plane to Switzerland he is breaking the law, even if I make the arrangements myself," Purdy said ahead of Tuesday's appeal. "What I, and everybody else, don't know is the criteria on which the authorities judge whether it is in the public interest to prosecute Omar. I think we are entitled to know this information."

Her appeal will be heard at the court in London on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Purdy says that if her case is not resolved, she may decide to go alone to a clinic while she is still able to on her own. She says she would prefer making that journey much later, only once her condition deteriorates, so she can die with her husband by her side.

"It has become apparent through the support I have received during my case that this is no longer just about myself and Omar, but it's about clarification of the law for all UK citizens who may be facing these decisions now, or want reassurance for the future," Purdy said.

Dignity in Dying, a British charity that has worked on Purdy's case, says it is important for the British government to distinguish between people who maliciously encourage suicide and those who accompany a loved one abroad to die.

"Ultimately we would like to see the law in the UK changed to allow terminally ill, suffering, mentally competent adults the safeguarded choice of an assisted death, so that people like Debbie don't have to travel abroad for this compassionate assistance," said Sarah Wootton, executive director of Dignity in Dying.

"While any change in the law is a matter for Parliament, we hope that the courts will at least clarify our existing law."

Dignity in Dying campaigns to give terminally ill patients the option of an assisted death so they "would not be forced to contemplate dying before they are ready," according to the group's Web site.

Under current law, the 1961 Suicide Act, assisting a suicide is a crime punishable by up to 14 years imprisonment. Anyone who aids, abets, counsels or procures the suicide of another, or an attempt by another to commit suicide, is liable.

A Ministry of Justice spokesman refused to comment specifically on Purdy's case.

"The government believes that any change to the law in this area is an issue of individual conscience and a matter for Parliament to decide, rather than government policy," said the spokesman, who asked not to be named in line with policy.

To date, no one who has accompanied a loved one to the Swiss clinic Dignitas has been prosecuted, but they have been questioned by police and threatened with prosecution, according to Dignity in Dying.

Posted by: sari real | February 8, 2009 08:37 AM

My little satirical video-cartoon turned out to be prophetic:

Posted by: alberto arnoldi | February 8, 2009 12:17 AM

In any case I totally agree with Grace: stop displaying pictures 20 years outdated. This is really a cheat. Probably publishing pictures of the actual situation wouldn't be appopriate, but the media should quit using the old ones.

Posted by: Kaiser Sose | February 8, 2009 12:16 AM

It's very easy to fake that kind of poll: you just have to delete the cookie from the browser and you can vote more and more and more...

Posted by: Kaiser Sose | February 8, 2009 12:09 AM

Curiosly the on-line opinion poll on Corriere della Sera's web site has drastically changed in few hours so that now voters who agree with Berlusconi decree is more numerous than the others who don't support it.
We should remember that Berlusconi owns lots of shares even of that newspaper and that recently her oldest daughter Marina has been appointed member of the board of directors of the company that has the majority of the shares of Corriere della Sera newspaper.

Posted by: alberto arnoldi | February 8, 2009 12:00 AM

To Kaiser Sose:
Let's remember that Mrs. Veronica Lario had an abortion at the SEVENTH MONTH of pregnancy and that Berlusconi supported her decision and she had it abroad, not in Italy because it was (and it still is) allowed only within the third month of pregnancy.
Besides at that time Mrs. Lario wasn't Berlusconi wife yet, she was her lover because Berlusconi was still married with his first wife Carla Dall'Oglio.

Posted by: alberto arnoldi | February 7, 2009 11:43 PM

In early '80, Veronica Berlusconi before getting married with Silvio, had an abortion at the SEVENTH MONTH, because the son wasn't healthy. There are numerous sources which confirm that event, particularly an interview to Veronica published on the "Corriere della Sera" in April 2005.
The interview is available here (only in Italian)
Now this man, the same man, is attempting to present himself as the "life keeper", who fights against the "forces of death". How can he do that?
It's clear that he doesn't really believe in what he's saying. He's merely manipulating the facts and the public opinion, just to get a benefit from this controversial story in behalf of Vatican economic and political power.

Posted by: Kaiser Sose | February 7, 2009 11:15 PM

Revolution against hypocritical bastards!!! Oh oh oh! Mr. berlusconi doesnt want somebody to be killed?? But im damn sure he wasnt this convinced about religion when he sent death to certain people with the mob!! NO! we don't want him as our king! We want democracy! We want the right to live with our unchanged costitution law! Please somebody take this spoiled little dwarf away from us!!!!

Posted by: Tiziana gelmi | February 7, 2009 07:52 PM

NO COMMENT! just have a look here

Posted by: frederik | February 7, 2009 07:00 PM

Why do people keep writing in Italian on this blog? Use your own? As for the Eluana case there are no words to describe what is happening! One thing though why do they keep showing pictures of what she looked like why don't they show photos of what she looks like now. I bet that would make
a different story.!

Posted by: grace | February 7, 2009 04:41 PM

Beppone, grandissimo coglione, c' tanta gente che NON la pensa come te.
Lasciaci in pace con le tue stronzate.

Posted by: mureddu giuvani | February 7, 2009 04:28 PM

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