PART-6: AC-Milan Only Have €30M To Spend Compared To Inter’s €100M. UEFA Sets New Rules? What Is The Most Profitable Business For “La Voce dei Rossoneri”, When Both “Football World & Italy” Are On The Brink Of Bankruptcy?

🙂 Italy-Belcanto > ‘Il Corriere della Grisi’… ‘No Compromise’
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This Writing Was Basically Part Of
🙂 JIWON to ITALY: Therefore, I Went To ‘Il Corriere della Grisi’. Will Italian Leftists Call Me ‘Lega Nord’? I Care Nothing. Diaspora Jews or Arabs? Members of West-Eastern-Divan-Orchestra? I Never Compromise On This Issue (Apr 19 – Jul ?, 2010)

In Case You Want To Read Previous Parts…
🙂 PART-1: Therefore, I went to “Il Corriere della Grisi” (Apr 19, 2010)
🙂 PART-2: From Licia Albanese to Anna Netrebko. From Puccini to Wagner. From Anna Netrebko to Galina Vishnevskaya. From Galina Vishnevskaya to Elena Bashkirova. From Russian Wife to Russian Whore (Apr 22, 2010)
🙂 PART-3: Whose Racism? Berlusconi or Murdoch? Only A Pig Is Seen In The Eyes Of A Pig. Whose Immigration Policy? Berlusconi or Prodi? Am I Opening Pandora’s Box In Italy? (Apr 23 – May 6, 2010)
🙂 PART-4: AC-Milan’s “Catenaccio” & La-Scala’s “Bel-Canto”! When Both Italian Cultures Are Dying… Why Don’t Italian Kids Open The Real Debate After “2010 World Cup”? Let’s Hope Italian Kids Not To Prove La Scala’s German Whore Waltraud Meier’s Arrogant Big Mouth On Italian Stupidity… (May 6 – 13, 2010)
🙂 PART-5: Meanwhile, Eternal Absolutist Berlusconi Had Better Whisper Into His Coach’s Ear Instead Of Yelling Them Via The Media!!! What If AC-Milan Operates Without Murdoch’s Journalism, Whether It Needs To Improve Organizational Culture Or Not? (May 15 – 26, 2010)

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PART-6a: AC-Milan Only Have €30M To Spend Compared To Inter’s €100M. While UEFA Sets New Rules, This Business Has Been One Of Favorite Subjects Of “La Voce dei Rossoneri”.

(Updated on JUNE 1, 2010)

The Uncertain Future Of AC Milan May 31, 2010 / By bleacherreport.com

Milan Only Have €30M To Spend Compared To Inter’s €100M May 26, 2010 / By Goal
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Esclusiva Goal.com – Nel Mondo Milan si fa largo la RASSEGNAZIONE: “Se non investi non vinci, si va verso il RIDIMENSIONAMENTO”. Tiziano Crudeli analizza i temi dell’attualità rossonera May 27, 2010 / By Goal
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UEFA calls clubs to account May 28, 2010 / By BBC Sport (blog)
UEFA sets rules to curb clubs’ spending, impose limits on wealthy owners May 27, 2010 / By The Canadian Press
NYON, Switzerland — UEFA passed rules designed to curb European clubs’ excessive spending and end an era of so-called “financial doping.” (…) UEFA president Michel Platini has said clubs were “cheating” by spending recklessly to chase success, and feared others would go out of business with unsustainable debts. Last off-season, Real Madrid borrowed from banks before spending €250M (C$324M) on Ronaldo … In England, the 20 Premier League clubs have been carrying a collective debt of 3.5B pounds (C$5.3B). The Premier League issued a joint statement with England’s Football Association backing UEFA in its “difficult task.” (…) Under UEFA’s new rules … STARTING IN 2012. In the three years FROM 2015, JUST €30m (C$39m) in losses can be covered. (…) To encourage clubs to develop their own players, UEFA has set no limits on investment in youth academies, training facilities and stadiums. (…) UEFA looked at the 2008 financial reports (…)

(JIWON: Which article should be followed by which one? I can’t decide. I just wonder why it’s impossible to find this information from any of football newspapers, which comment section is literally covered by “INVEST MORE! We want to see Star X or Star Y or Star Z play in Club A or Club B or Club C.”)

Silvio Berlusconi Scotches Milan Sale Rumours. It’s heresy to question the patron’s commitment… May 28, 2010 / By Goal
Berlusconi è in fase ‘Ma chi me l’ha fatto fare?!’… “Per il Milan ho speso pure TROPPO! Io meglio di Bernabeu, a Madrid gli hanno intitolato uno stadio…” “Ho fatto la storia di questo club” May 28, 2010 / By Goal
Il patron rossonero Silvio Berlusconi non ha affatto gradito le critiche piovutegli addosso per la stagione appena trascorsa e lo rende palese lasciandosi andare ad alcune dichiarazioni, rilasciate nel corso di ‘Mattino Cinque’, che probabilmente non faranno piacere ai tifosi rossoneri.
“Sono la persona che ha fatto la storia del Milan – ha spiegato -. Nel corso della mia presidenza ho dedicato grandi attenzioni e grandi sacrifici a questa squadra, continuo a non capire i motivi di tutte queste critiche. Ogni stagione per la campagna acquisti abbiamo sempre speso più di 50 milioni, forse una cifra eccessiva“.
Il Cavaliere si rifa’ anche agli almanacchi: “Vendere il Milan? Non riesco a capire queste domande proprio a me che ho fatto la storia del Milan e sono il presidente che ha vinto di più. Io ho portato il Milan a vincere più trofei di quelli che ha vinto il Real Madrid, il secondo dopo di me è Bernabeu, che ha uno stadio a lui dedicato a Madrid“.

(JIWON: Now, I think this article, Berlusconi hints at youth coach assignment (May 19, 2010), was also a part of UEFA sets rules to curb clubs’ spending, impose limits on wealthy owners. Now that Berlusconi himself is likely to work in partnership with his Italian kids, La Voce dei Rossoneri, to a certain degree, let’s just hope… Is there anyone who joined AC-Milan only to watch his AC-Milan losing any games?)

Spanish press: AC Milan wants Ibrahimovic May 25, 2010 / By Calciomercato.com
Milan Lead €80M Quest For Barcelona Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Spanish media claims Milan want Ibra… May 25, 2010 / By Goal
Ibra-Milan, in Spagna sono SICURI: Berlusconi vuole lo svedese per riportare in alto i rossoneri. Ibrahimovic è valutato €50M May 25, 2010 / By Goal
AC Milan launching €35M bid for (29yr-old) Barcelona striker Ibrahimovic May 27, 2010 / By Goal
Volete un quadro più chiaro sul calciomercato del Milan? Ci pensa Galliani! “Linea verde e niente (29yr-old) Ibrahimovic” May 30, 2010 / By Goal
Barcelona Director General Joan Oliver Declares (29yr-old) Zlatan Ibrahimovic Is Not For Sale. “The club doesn’t need money.” May 31, 2010 / By Goal
(… NO need to post Ibra-Agent-Barca-Mental-Hostpital-Fiasco…)
Barca refuse to rule out Ibrahimovic sale after agent ruffles feathers Jun 1, 2010 / By IMScouting
Barcelona Preparing To Offload (29yr-old) Zlatan Ibrahimovic (for less than €69M) And Sign Valencia’s (22yr-old) Juan Mata Jun 1, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: Meanwhile, this issue is still in hot water, no matter whose claim is right. No matter how it turns out, this issue hooks me, because…)

Paolo Berlusconi difende Silvio: “La contestazione? Grave irriconoscenza, i giocatori passano, i presidenti no…” May 26, 2010 / By Goal
Un grande colpo? Se l’ha detto mio fratello… Io so solo che in passato c’è sempre stato il grande colpo di coda del mercato milanista. Si è sempre ripetuto lo stesso copione, con Adriano Galliani che si recava da mio fratello che puntualmente poi finiva per cedere alle sue richieste…“.

Galliani cerca di RAGGRANELLARE più denaro possibile per il mercato… L’ad rossonero punta a disporre di 40 milioni per sistemare la rosa May 27, 2010 / By Goal
Se è vero quello che dice Paolo Berlusconi , l’amministratore delegato del Milan Adriano Galliani trova sempre il modo di convincere il fratello Silvio a sborsare una determinata cifra ogni estate per la campagna acquisti. (…)

Adriano Galliani: Kaka Won’t Come Back To AC Milan May 31, 2010 / By Goal
(…)”[AC Milan president Silvio] Berlusconi wants Cristiano Ronaldo? He said he won’t be let go on any terms.” (…)

Ronaldinho’s Future Is In Milan’s Hands – Agent May 28, 2010 / By Goal
(…) but his agent’s words suggest he could leave in light of a good offer. La Gazzetta dello Sport’s morning edition reports a bid of €15M from Manchester City could see the Brazilian leave.

Galliani Negotiating With Sevilla Over (30yr-old) LF Transfer for €20M May 30, 2010 / By Goal
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Milan Have Not Made An Offer For Sevilla’s (30yr-old) LF – Agent Jun 1, 2010 / By Goal
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Lorient Striker (23yr-old) KG Aware Of Interest From Valencia & Milan Jun 1, 2010 / By Goal
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ML (26yr-old) è come la benzina, il prezzo sale ogni giorno che passa… “Costa più di 20M”. Sentito Napoli, Genoa e Milan? May 28, 2010 / By Goal
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L’uomo che festeggia i goal con il gesto della gallina può davvero di diventare la gallina dalle uova d’oro del Catania. Pagato appena 3 milioni di euro dal club rossazzurro a gennaio, in pochi mesi il 26enne attaccante argentino ha visto lievitare il suo valore a quotazioni siderali.

(JIWON: No matter how it turns out, this issue hooks me, because, during this computer work for the past couple of weeks, I found out this issue as one of La Voce dei Rossoneri’s most favorite subjects. I regret that I didn’t save those unique postings. They were talking about BUSINESS. Their favorite idea how to INVEST in THEIR AC-Milan was not only “Threatening Old Screw Silvio to open his wallet” but also “Discovering an Unknown Talent and Watching a Gosling Growing into a Golden Goose.” They even mentioned that watching Ronaldinho getting FAT is not delightful, because this player has had cost bla-bla-bla…)

Il commento del giorno (Darko): Caro Galliani, il Milan è la gratitudine che lo frega… May 30, 2010 / By Goal
Secondo il nostro lettore, al Milan c’è troppa riconoscenza per i giocatori che hanno contribuito ai successi, cosa che non permettere un adeguato ricambio e ringiovanimento della squadra… (…)

2010 FIFA World Cup: Zlatan Ibrahimovic To Leave Barcelona? May 27, 2010 / By bleacherreport.com
With the eyes of the football world focused in South Africa, the summer transfer market has not been as active as in previous years. While some players want to sign their transfers and contracts before the World Cup kicks off, others want to wait until the end of the tournament hoping to have a good tournament and increase their profits. It is a risk both ways (…) The biggest saga of the year so far has been X’s move to F.C. Barcelona. … While the team doesn’t want (29yr-old) Ibrahimovic to leave, the Swede never looked comfortable with his role for the Catalans, and allegedly would welcome a move. … The problem lays in whether or not Barcelona accepts the offer. (…) The summer is young, and there are still two more months to clear things up. Let’s let the temperature rise, things simmer and wait to see what happens.

(JIWON: Anyway, I wish EVERYBODY a good luck. Had I known just a bit about football techniques or players, I could have made a perfect(!) analysis. Alas!)

Marina Berlusconi Withholds Milan Spending Schemes. Papa Berlusconi Is Forced To Slash Budget… May 27, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Oliver Cambridge / 2:43 PM May 27, 2010: This is old news. I read about this 3 weeks ago… / [Agree 5 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: Poor PAPA Silvio… It was old news from 3 weeks ago, though… ho-ho.)

A Berlusconi Leo non sta proprio simpatico: “Se avessi allenato io quest’anno avrei vinto lo SCUDETTO” May 27, 2010 / By Goal
Nonostante il rapporto sia da tempo finito, Silvio Berlusconi non perde occasione per lanciare frecciate velenose all’ex tecnico del Milan Leonardo. Il presidente rossonero, nel corso di una cena politica a Palazzo Grazioli alla presenza di Umberto Bossi e dei ministri Calderoli e Tremonti avrebbe toccato le vicende della sua squadra del cuore. (…)

(JIWON: Poor BUDDY Silvio… Somehow, I can’t understand why this should be an issue. Wasn’t it a casual conversation during a dinner with fellow politicians? Were the paparazzi allowed to join this off-line meeting? Or all Italians are just following a certain politician’s certain intention?)

A Berlusconi Leo non sta proprio simpatico: “Se avessi allenato io quest’anno avrei vinto lo SCUDETTO” May 27, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Paolo Milanoviola / 11.44 27/mag/2010: Aiuto! Manca soltanto che dia la colpa al governo Prodi. / [Agree 10 : Disagree 0]

Silvio Berlusconi: We Would Have Won The Scudetto If I Coached AC Milan. The Rossoneri supremo says he would have won with a 5-6 point gap… May 26, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Ron uk / 10:57 PM May 26, 2010: Lol mate if you were the manager, we would have been relegated by now. Sure you have been a sensational owner for us, I massively appreciate that and I’m sure I speak for others too when i say that. But nowadays you have lost it. It’s time to either concentrate on one thing, either PM your country, or manage AC. It’s quite obvious your finding it hard to do both. / [Agree 21 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Rob Toronto, Canada / 11:01 PM May 26, 2010: Maybe you should become the coach and find somebody else to finance the club. Frankly, you’re not performing either role. / [Agree 25 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Enzo Ferrari ITALIA / 11:08 PM May 26, 2010: can his head get any fatter…no hat will fit that melon / [Agree 50 : Disagree 0]
Comment-ACM MILAN / 11:08 PM May 26, 2010: I’m glad Leonardo got out before it was too late, no one should be subjected to this!!! Lol / [Agree 52 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: Poor PM Silvio… I just say… Poor PM Silvio… ho-ho. Just… I can’t help laughing. Sorry, Sir! Then, what about this?)

Marina Berlusconi Withholds Milan Spending Schemes. Papa Berlusconi Is Forced To Slash Budget… May 27, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Milanisti Europe / 12:49 PM May 27, 2010: it’s not that he doesn’t have money, he just don’t want to lose the support in politics.. He would lose support in the political front and the opposition would have a great reason to confront him with how he can spend money on ac milan when italy are going through a tough time financially together with the rest of europe! he is caught up in the middle.. Should he sell???? I say no! but he should spend at least 50-60 mil if not, I’m sure next season will be better than this no matter what! / [Agree 19 : Disagree 1]

(JIWON: Poor Prime Minister Berlusconi… This time, I am not joking.)

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PART-6b: Were Italians Rather Having A Great Time While Watching “The Political Show” Between PM Berlusconi And Opposition Leader Leo? It Seems…

(Updated on JUNE 1, 2010)

Inter President Moratti Rules Out Move For Leonardo: “I think very highly of him but wouldn’t wish on him the risk of becoming the Inter coach” May 28, 2010 / By Goal
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Cosi’ parlo’ Z… iliani – Qualcuno dica a Berlusconi che cosi’ il Milan va alla rovina… May 30, 2010 / By Goal
L’Editoriale del noto giornalista Mediaset pubblicato su paoloziliani.it. (…)
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A Berlusconi Leo non sta proprio simpatico: “Se avessi allenato io quest’anno avrei vinto lo SCUDETTO” May 27, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-moralizzatore Trento / 09.29 27/mag/2010: mi dispiace caro presidente ma se si vuole rifondare la squadra,il milan, con solo 30 milioni di cui 15 vanno alla primavera allora sono pronto a scommettere a malincuore che anche il prossimo anno saranno zero tituli!!! mi dispiace ma senza acquisti niente abbonamenti e granci malumori!!! non vorrei il grande colpo,personalmente penso che giovani di buon livello siano sufficenti e indispensabili per creare ottimismo e spirito positivo!!!!Silvio porta il Milan ancora una volta sul tetto del mondo / [Agree 8 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Massimo padova / 12.26 27/mag/2010: La cosa piu spaventosa è che berlusconi è convinto che la squadra sia competitiva e possa lottare per lo scudetto, quindi perchè dovrebbe fare investimenti? dev’essere dura tifare milan cosi pero!!! l’inter vince tutto(piu del migliore milan), il milan prende allegri, l’inter è indecisa tra capello e hiddink, l’inter prende ranocchia, il milan yepes… / [Agree 5 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: Now, I think Italians were rather having a great time while watching “The Political Show” between PM Berlusconi and Opposition leader Leo. I can’t help suspecting.)

OFFICIAL: Italian FA Open New Calciopoli Investigation Apr 21, 2010 / By Goal
Moggi replica ad Ancelotti (“Defraudati eravamo noi”), poi mette in mezzo i ‘cugini’ milanesi: “Meani e Facchetti chiamavano i guardalinee” May 20, 2010 / By Goal

Silvio Berlusconi: We Would Have Won The Scudetto If I Coached AC Milan. The Rossoneri supremo says he would have won with a 5-6 point gap… May 26, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Aram Holland / 10:55 PM May 26, 2010: Hahahaha this Milan news is making me laugh.. Well Silvio, since you own the team, give it a try and let’s see how far you’ll get! / [Agree 81 : Disagree 2]
Comment-kay notts / 11:15 PM May 26, 2010: Why then is AC Milan looking for a coach? / [Agree 148 : Disagree 3]
Comment-ronnie supporter gud place / 11:20 PM May 26, 2010: hahaha… this guy is funny, he think he can be in any role and be successful (in other words SUPERMAN) lol / [Agree 139 : Disagree 6]

Silvio Berlusconi Promises ‘Big Signing’ At Milan And Drops… May 19, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-littlemorella Nesta lover No.1 germany / 8:43 AM May 19, 2010: Shame on you Berlu. If you had provided the squad with a couple of very good + young players earlier, Leo would have stayed. And Leo was the coach + not you. Stop telling the coaches what they should do, please. / [Agree 27 : Disagree 2]

(JIWON: To be frank, I don’t think I will be able to have a full knowledge about this, Calciopoli: 2006 Italian football scandal, even if I keep this work for another decade. But I can’t help suspecting if… Somehow, I have a feeling that “Owner Silvio” intentionally transformed himself into “Old Screw Silvio” for specific reasons, since Calciopoli: 2006 Italian football scandal and especially since Opposition leader Leo’s public announcement that he wanted Silvio’s Italian team to play attractive attacking football, even invoking the name of Leo’s Brazilian old mentor, who had a story with Italian….

If I were in Berlusconi’s shoes…
If I were in this Businessman’s shoes, I would NEVER allow my employee to waste my money on something that will clearly turn out to be my least favorite. Hum…)

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PART-6c: Giusy Achilli? How Many Remarkable Females Are Supporting AC-Milan? Let’s Hope “Coach Silvio” To Make Their AC-Milan A Real Headquarters Of Italian Football.

Paolo Maldini In Support Of Massimiliano Allegri Coaching AC Milan. The legendary player likes the style of the Italian tactician… May 28, 2010 / By Goal

Allegri-Berlusconi, potrebbero essere SCINTILLE: “Un toscanaccio poco incline alle regole FERREE” May 28, 2010 / By Goal
Parla del possibile nuovo tecnico del Milan chi lo conosce bene. Massimiliano Allegri nel suo passato vanta anche un anno a Pavia in serie C1 quando come presidente della squadra lombarda c’era Giusy Achilli. La First Lady, tifosa del Milan, come si legge su ‘Il Giorno’, ha un ottimo ricordo del prossimo tecnico rossonero: “Max è stato con noi nella stagione 1990/91 in C1; arrivava dal Livorno, dopo aver addirittura debuttato in A con il Pisa. Un toscanaccio, bel ragazzo, scatenato e dissacrante ma assai poco incline alle ferree regole imposte dal nostro mister Meregalli che spesso per punizione lo cacciava giù dal pullman per le sue intemperanze, contringendolo a fare lunghi tratti a piedi. Ma giocava così bene! Genio e sregolatezza fuori, piedi buoni e cervello fino sul rettangolo di gioco…”.

(JIWON: Who is Giusy Achilli?)

http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Associazione_Calcio_Pavia
(… jiwon: headache…)

1993-1994 1994 / By paviacalcio.altervista.org
Giusy Achilli abbandona il Pavia Calcio Jul 19. 1994 / By Corriere della Sera
In tribunale la crociata di Giusy Achilli per il ” suo ” Pavia Nov 30, 1995 / By Corriere della Sera
Giusy Achilli, la lady di Pavia Dec 28, 2003 / By La Gazzetta dello Sport

(JIWON: And finally…)

Giusy Achilli: “Allegri un toscanaccio poco incline alle regole” May 28, 2010 / By TuttoCagliari.net

(JIWON: So… this was another Italian female, whose name everybody wanted me to know. Therefore, let US hope that both “Owner Silvio and Coach Silvio” are happy to support Giusy Achilli: “Allegri un toscanaccio poco incline alle regole”, and make their AC-Milan a real headquarters of ITALIAN FOOTBALL.)

Berlusconi è in fase ‘Ma chi me l’ha fatto fare?!’… “Per il Milan ho speso pure TROPPO! Io meglio di Bernabeu, a Madrid gli hanno intitolato uno stadio…” “Ho fatto la storia di questo club” May 28, 2010 / By Goal
Silvio Berlusconi Scotches Milan Sale Rumours. It’s heresy to question the patron’s commitment… May 28, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Saad Lebanon / 4:06 PM May 28, 2010: He’s got a point. Good luck try convincing Inter to name San Siro after you. If not, just kick them out. / [Agree 9 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: Poor BABY Silvio… I think 50% of his crying is right, since Owner Silvio has been dedicated the Italian Prime Minister Office in his honour, and he knows better than anyone that this STADIUM is the epitome of poor construction. Then, only 25% of his howling will be heard, since his ACmilan is sharing HIS stadium with Intermilan. Poor Sir Berlusconi… Anyway, I assume that he wanted ALL his words to be remembered after checking yesterday’s work. Below is what ….)

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PART-6d: While Italy Proudly Joined PIGS-or-PiiGS, “Just A Handful Of Businessmen” Responded When PM Berlusconi Wanted “Beautiful Marcegaglia” As His Industry Minister. Why? Let’s Just Hope Sir Prodi’s Immigrant-or-Communist Society Not To Be Fooled By Italian Version Of Israeli Fascist Netanyahu-Clan’s Populist Fiscal Policy.

(Updated on MAY 28, 2010)

Cagliari President Massimo Cellino Issues Warning To Milan Over Massimilano Allegri May 27, 2010 / By Goal
Allegri e Lazzari verso Milano? Il Cagliari ha già pronti i sostituti:… May 27, 2010 / By Goal
Allegri al Milan, l’affare si INTRECCIA! Per arrivare all’accordo potrebbero essere inseriti alcuni giocatori rossoblù… May 27, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: Please look! Have I said that … those same jolly fellow Italians are REAL QUICK? And AC-Milan or Milan or Italy still doesn’t know how NOT to become slow on everything. There must have been countless affairs regarding this matter. And the result: Italy proudly joining PIGS or PiiGS… sigh.)

Europe before the economic crisis May 20, 2010 / By World News Live
Will the ‘PIIGS’ trash Europe? May 16, 2010 / By LA Times
Italians Fear Following Greece Into Debt Crisis May 24, 2010 / By NPR
Voters accept bitter medicine May 25, 2010 / By FT
Europe facing strikes over austerity packages May 27, 2010 / By Telegraph.co.uk

Berlusconi approval ratings (41%) hit new low in (Leftist’s) poll May 18, 2010 / By Reuters
Berlusconi volte-face shocks Italy May 17, 2010 / By FT
Pressure on Italy’s centre-right government to change course and impose economic “sacrifices” on public sector workers could not come at a worse time for Silvio Berlusconi as his cabinet reels from a widening corruption scandal. (…)

(JIWON: Poor Berlusconi… This time, I am not joking.)

Italy preparing European-style cuts, minister says May 16, 2010 / By Reuters.UK
UK, Italy adopt austerity programmes May 25, 2010 / By euractiv.com
Berlusconi approves Euro24 bln cut in budget… (amid debt) May 26, 2010 / By busrep.co.za
Italians decide on cuts after all… by 2012… to avoid debt crisis May 27, 2010 / By NWAOnline (subscription)

Berlusconi defends austerity cuts, but strike looms May 26, 2010 / By Reuters
Italy Unveils EUR24B Austerity Plan, Local Govts Bear Brunt May 27, 2010 / By WSJ
Italy’s largest union displeased with cuts May 26, 2010 / By BusinessWeek
Union anger at Italy’s austerity plan May 26, 2010 / By FT
Italy’s CGIL Union Calls For General Strike Against Budget May 26, 2010 / By WSJ

(JIWON: Poor Berlusconi… Seriously speaking.)

Italian Military Hit by 10% Budget Cut May 27, 2010 / By DefenseNews.com

(JIWON: Poor Italy… I start to worry.)

Italy eyes €27.6 bn cuts to avoid debt crisis… in order to re-establish market confidence in euro economies May 18, 2010 / By euobserver.com
Italy PM says cuts necessary, promises no ‘social butchery’ ‎May 22, 2010‎ / By Channel News Asia
Berlusconi Accelerates Budget Cuts to Reassure Investors May 25, 2010 / By Businessweek
Berlusconi Says Italian Budget Cuts Necessary to Defend Euro May 26, 2010 / By Businessweek
Berlusconi: Markets, not governments, have power May 27, 2010 / By Businessweek
Sacrifices will save Italy: Berlusconi May 26, 2010 / By Sydney Morning Herald

IMF Urges Italy’s Banks to Boost Capital in Recovery May 26, 2010 / By BusinessWeek
IMF praises Italy’s cuts, points to wage bill May 26, 2010 / By Reuters
Italy May business morale highest since June ’08… but analysts warned market tensions May 27, 2010 / By Forexyard
Italy’s manufacturers positive May 27, 2010 / By straitstimes.com
Berlusconi wins business backing for budget cuts May 27, 2010 / By Toronto Star
PM Berlusconi won praise from Italian executives and some opposition members for budget cuts (…) Marcegaglia, who has yet to publicly respond to the job offer, (Industry Minister), said the budget cuts were “a good start” and include measures that “we have been asking for a long time.” She spoke before an audience that included Berlusconi and Finance Minister Giulio Tremonti. (…) “We all need to row in the same direction, because the country is sinking,” said Pier Ferdinando Casini, the leader of a centrist Catholic party and a former Berlusconi ally who ran against him in 2008 elections.

(JIWON: Always, it’s impossible to find this kind of information from Murdoch’s Berlusconi-articles or Murdoch’s British Copycat or British Leftist Media. WHY?)

Italy’s employers head Emma Marcegaglia cautions on bank levy, (EU’s Bank Tax Plan) May 27, 2010 / By Forex Pros

Italian employers (Emma Marcegaglia) demand ‘structural reform’ to back budget cuts May 27, 2010 / By Global Times

Italy’s Iron Lady Emma Marcegaglia calls time on ‘dolce vita’ economics May 26, 2010 / By FT
(…) However, as problematic as a Greek-style crisis in Portugal and Spain would have been, the unspoken nightmare was a run on Italy, an altogether heftier domino. The fact Rome appears finally to have woken up to the seriousness of its situation, albeit passing the buck to Brussels for “forcing” it to enact unpopular measures, could prove to be a significant positive turn. For those Italians who have long been warning of the desperate need for genuine structural reform, the austerity plan will be welcome.
Take Emma Marcegaglia, the head of Confindustria, Italy’s employers’ association, and sometimes called Italy’s Iron Lady. At last year’s annual meeting she publicly urged … A year on even he seems to have come round to the merit of her concerns. … all steps in the right direction. (…) But Ms Marcegaglia is likely to remind the prime minister that problems will not be solved by cuts alone. … a programme of deep and wide-ranging structural reform. The austerity plan is to be welcomed as a start rather than the endgame. (…) Having chosen to stick with Confindustria, Ms Marcegaglia will no doubt redouble her efforts to highlight the need for a more business-like approach to reform from Rome. As a successful entrepreneur himself, Mr Berlusconi should understand this. But Politician Berlusconi is loath to take unpopular decisions (…)

(JIWON: Then suddenly, a NEW name popped up. An Italian female, indeed.)

Silvio Berlusconi: “L’Italia non è in declino”. Emma Marcegaglia: “Basta con le promesse” Apr 10, 2010 / By notizie.tiscali.it
Berlusconi Says He Grasped Debt Crisis Before Others May 27, 2010 / By Businessweek

Italy’s Iron Lady Emma Marcegaglia batters Berlusconi government May 27, 2010 / By FT
Silvio Berlusconi, billionaire entrepreneur and prime minister, might well have expected an enthusiastic reception from Italy’s main business lobby yesterday after announcing (…) BUDGET-CUT-BUDGET-CUT (…) Instead captains of industry saved their loudest applause for Emma Marcegaglia, head of Confindustria, and sometimes called Italy’s Iron Lady. She used her most prominent speech of the year to tear into Mr Berlusconi’s centre-right government and the political establishment in general.
“Let me state this clearly,” she said as almost the entire cabinet listened uncomfortably in the front row of Rome’s main auditorium. “POLITICS GIVES JOBS TO TOO MANY PEOPLE IN ITALY. IT IS THE ONLY SECTOR THAT DOES NOT KNOW EITHER CRISIS OR REDUNDANCY.
“When the country has to make sacrifices, it is utterly unthinkable that the political class is not the first to slash their privileges . . . A cut of 10% in the salaries of members of the government, seen from an international perspective, is a timid start,” she went on.
(…) Clearly taken aback by the harsh criticism … Mr Berlusconi abandoned his own prepared speech. Instead he tried to turn the tables and said Ms Marcegaglia had rejected his offer of the post left vacant by Mr Scajola. Turning to the packed auditorium he asked all those to raise their hands in favour of her joining the cabinet. JUST A HANDFUL RESPONDED. (…)

(JIWON: HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
Who is this lady? I think this is one of the fascinating scenes during this computer work. However… why ‘JUST A HANDFUL RESPONDED’ when PM Berlusconi Said He Wanted Marcegaglia As New Industry Minister? Hard to understand… Is there something ALL those Businessmen are scared of in case this beautiful woman takes this dreadful job?

Poor Male Chauvinist Berlusconi…)

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Berlusconi laments lack of power… in Mussolini words May 27, 2010 / By stuff.co.nz
Italy or Berlusconi or Mussolini: If Only His Horse Ran on Time May 27, 2010 / By New York Times
PM Berlusconi, asked how it felt to be in power at a time when the markets were dictating fiscal policy, cited Benito Mussolini, Italy’s former Fascist dictator. “Let me quote Benito Mussolini, whose journals I have recently been reading,” Mr. Berlusconi, left, said at a news conference in Paris on Thursday. “He said: ‘All I can do is tell my horse to go left or go right. That’s my power.’ “ Mr. Berlusconi, a wealthy businessman, said that since becoming prime minister, “I’ve never felt like I had power. When I was a businessman with thousands of employees, then I felt like I had power.”

(JIWON: Hum… I didn’t know that Sir Berlusconi liked to read in his spare time. I thought he was stealing my computer work and pretended to be very intelligent. Hence, I was supposed to exclaim, “What a Jerk!!!” Hum…)

Italian approval ratings fall May 24, 2010 / By news24.com
Rome – The Italian government’s approval ratings have fallen sharply as it faces a widening corruption scandal and prepares a painful austerity package, an ISPO poll published in the Corriere della Sera daily said. (…) Berlusconi’s own popularity – standing at 50% – was higher than that of his government even though it had fallen in recent days, the poll showed. A separate poll published by the left-leaning La Repubblica newspaper last week showed Berlusconi’s popularity had hit a new low, with only 41% of Italians happy with his performance, down from 53% a year ago.

SNAP ANALYSIS-Italy budget will meet targets, hurt Berlusconi May 27, 2010 / By Forexyard
If you think today was bad, tomorrow’ll be worse May 27, 2010 / By ForexLive (blog)

(JIWON: Regardless of my ANGER, I still feel pity on this Italian politician. I’m not in a situation to ask Italian voters to support this government. This dire crisis is only staring. As time passes by, if you think today was bad, tomorrow’ll be worse. Part of the Italian poor, especially head of household or even teenagers, will be forced to flee from their home and find themselves sleeping on the pubic street. This is exactly what happened in Korea during the IMF period. What’s more, the Italian situation will look much more awful among the immigrants… I am just curious.)

Greece Riots: EU Bailout, Economic Crisis Spark General Strike May 5, 2010 / By NowPublic
Thousands march in Greece against austerity measures May 20, 2010 / By The Hindu

Ex Thai PM Thaksin denies he fomented violence May 27, 2010 / By The Associated Press
Ex Thai PM Thaksin launches PR blitz after court issues warrant over terrorism May 27, 2010 / By AsiaOne
Ex Thai PM Thaksin’s Arrest Warrant Not Political Harrassment, Says Deputy PM Suthep May 27, 2010 / By Bernama
Thai PM Abhisit, Ex-PM Thaksin agree: Reconciliation not easy May 27, 2010 / By Bangkok Post

ANALYSIS-Europe’s unions caught between members and markets May 27, 2010 / By Forexyard
Would you riot for retirement at 55? ‎ May 24, 2010 / By thisismoney
In Greek debt crisis, collapse is better than bailout May 22, 2010 / By Christian Sceinece Monitor
Can the European Union survive the debt crisis? May 27, 2010 / By Christian Sceinece Monitor

Q+A – How have Bangkok riots hurt the economy, business? May 26, 2010 / By Reuters India

(JIWON: This is what’s been happening in FOREIGN countries, isn’t it? Italians don’t have to worry, do they?)

The decline and fall of Romano Prodi exposes the rottenness of Italian capitalism Feb 1, 2008 / By Marxism
(…)Who rules Italy? … The government was in trouble long before the latest corruption scandal. (…) The Left: seduced and abandoned (… jiwon: too difficult to understand the rest of text…) A social powder-keg … We have already seen important mobilisations of the workers when Berlusconi was in power and also in the recent period. … national demonstration … showing that thousands of militant rank and file Communists still exist in Italy, in spite of the long series of betrayals by their leaders. (…)

(JIWON: In Italy, the situation will look much more awful among the immigrants… I am just curious. What will the Italian leftists do while Berlusconi’s government is working hard to overcome this situation and even the head of Confindustria, Emma Marcegaglia, joins PM Berlusconi with a hearty-or-frightful warning, ‎Italy industry lobby OK cuts but demand ‘structual reform’? Most of them have been doing anything but praising 81st prime minister while drowsily sitting on the opposition bench and waiting for Berlusconi’s collapse in their sweet dream during this Economic Crisis.

Sorry about saying this. But according to this computer work, it is highly likely that Ex Italian PM Prodi would want to REMOTE-CONTROL immigrant society or even the workers-or-so-called-Communists from perhaps-China. If I predict this ruinous scenario, am I a nut?)

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🙂 ‎8 Years Since Arab-Peace-Initiative. Israel’s Past-Financial-Success can’t overcome political despair. Nor can it cover up Bibicracy’s Populist-Fiscal-Policy (Mar 28 – Apr 3, 2010)
COLLECTION-21: Funny! The Way America Was Forced To Overlook Papandreou’s Economics in Greece Just Remind Me Of How US Administration Is Fooled By Netanyahu’s Fiscal/Political Policy. What Will Happen To Netanyahu’s Israel, After All?
Greece Crisis Has Roots in Indulgent U.S. Policy May 11, 2010 / By Bloomberg, Amity Shlaes
How did Greece get this way? That’s what Americans wonder as the small country’s debt rocks world markets. There are plenty of obvious answers. … Even post-Papandreou reforms couldn’t undo the damage, felt to this day. (…) The same dynamic played out in a smaller way in another nation on today’s credit watch list, Italy. The U.S. routinely supported the relatively conservative Christian Democratic Party. In the early 1960s the White House also pushed for a coalition of Christian Democrats and Socialists — again, the idea was to preempt Moscow. As scholar Michael Ledeen reports, White House adviser Arthur Schlesinger led the push for what was known as the “Opening to the Left.” In an act of breathtaking disingenuousness, Schlesinger likened hardcore Italian socialists to the Democratic Party in the U.S.: “A progressive administration in Washington should not be in the position of discouraging progressive policies in Rome,” wrote Schlesinger. This coalition promptly nationalized Italy’s electricity companies. That hobbled a key industry, utilities, FOR DECADES. (…)

(JIWON: I took this article very interesting, because the past relationship between Greece and EU or between Greece and America reminded me of the way Israel is lying to the European Union or how the American administration has been fooled by Netanyahu-clan’s fattest government, whose populist fiscal-and-political policy is making Israeli future hopeless.)

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=Italy+Immigrants+Poverty

Poverty and unemployment in Italy: Conditions for workers deteriorate under the centre-left D’Alema government Jul 30, 1999 / By wsws.org
Italy’s Sex Trade Pulls Teens Pushed by Poverty Aug 15, 2002 / By womensenews.org

(JIWON: It took LESS than ONE minute to find MORE than TWO articles. I promise. I can find more. MUCH MORE… I used to think that I was born a typical LIBERALIST, who doesn’t want to live in North Korea. However… now… what the hell is happening to me? How come all those gloomy information is what I am forced to find whenever I start my research on the Italian Leftists?

Anyway, I wish everybody a good luck!)

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PART-6e: While Murdoch’s British Copycats Are Doing A Terrific Job… Does Sir Berlusconi Know How His Intention Was “Fooled & Abused” By Israel’s Netanyahu Government, And Then, Misinterpreted By International Society?

(Updated on JUNE 8, 2010)

Berlusconi laments lack of power… in Mussolini words May 27, 2010 / By stuff.co.nz

(JIWON: Anyone who’s been following this computer work knows what this sentence means. Does it has anything to do with Mussolini’s Fascism? Furthermore, I now know how this Italian Fascist Dictator Benito Mussolini has been valued inside Italy. Therefore, with this article, you rather want to laugh instead of… However, this is how it was perceived in international society.)

Berlusconi uses Mussolini in his defence ‎ May 27, 2010 / By Murdoch’s British Copycat
Silvio Berlusconi compares himself to Mussolini ‎ May 27, 2010 / By Murdoch’s British Copycat
Silvio’s gaffe on Mussolini creates fury May 28, 2010 / By Asian Age

(JIWON: Curiously, Murdoch’s British Media didn’t take a lead in this case. It was while the rest of British media were doing a terrific job. Media Mogul Murdoch used to call them “Tabloids”. There has been a pattern in Murdoch’s Berlusconi-project. According to their rule, I assume that there will be something NEW, perhaps a LEGAL battle in Italy, and Italian Murdoch will be able to see the benefit AGAIN. Of course, this is not the only happening.)

Israel looks to OECD despite Norway, Switzerland, Ireland May 9, 2010 / By Globes
Put conditions on Israel’s OECD entry May 10, 2010 / By u.tv
Report: OECD ‘bends rules for Israel’ ‎ May 10, 2010 / By Palestine Note (blog)
OECD under fire for inviting israel May 15, 2010 / By International Media
Aluf Benn: OECD is one place where the occupation won’t count May 11, 2010 / By Haaretz
(…) Acceptance to the OECD is what PM Benjamin Netanyahu is getting from the international community in return for starting proximity talks with the Palestinians. (…)

White House Reports Two-Year Building Freeze in Ramat Shlomo May 9, 2010 / By Arutz Sheva (Settlers’ Vocie)
Netanyahu denied to agree ‘Two-Year Building Freeze in Biden-Fiasco’ until 2012 May 9, 2010 / By Arutz Sheva (Settlers’ Vocie)
Poll: Obama has Lost Almost Half of his US Jewish Support May 9, 2010 / By Arutz Sheva (Settlers’ Vocie)
Rightists threaten PM following Mitchell announcement May 9, 2010 / By Ynetnews
Jerusalem Mayor Barkat: Construction throughout J’lem will continue May 9, 2010 / By Ynetnews
Peace Now: Construction for largest East Jerusalem settlement has begun May 9, 2010 / By Haaretz
(…) Anti-settlement group says renovations within former police station did not require municipal building permits – official approval that could torpedo the new peace negotiations. (…)

OECD accepts Israel May 10, 2010 / By globes.co.il
Netanyahu insists: ‘Construction in e. J’lem will push on’ May 11, 2010 / By Jerusalem Post or Bibiton

(JIWON: Then, what about Israel’s Economy? Hasn’t OECD meant Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development? )

OECD under fire for inviting israel May 15, 2010 / By International Media
OECD entrance is ‘seal of approval,’ Netanyahu says May 11, 2010 / By Haaretz
Israel set to be accepted into OECD. Membership will acknowledge highly developed economy May 9, 2010 / By Jerusalem Post or Bibiton
OECD entry shows Israel’s prominence May 11, 2010 / By Jerusalem Post or Bibiton
Israelis healthier than those in OECD countries May 11, 2010 / By Jerusalem Post or Bibiton

OECD: Factblog: Poverty in Israel Jan 20, 2010 / By community.oecd.org
Israel set to become OECD’s poorest member Jan 21, 2010 / By Haaretz
Netanyahu’s BUBBLE May 27, 2010 / By globes.co.il

Israel Faces an Existential Crisis—And Benjamin Netanyahu Is Making Things Worse Jun 9, 2010 / By TheNewRepublic
(…jiwon: Funny is that I was hoping to find economic article with this title, as I always did during the past several months. But it was the article about settlement or occupation. In any case…)

(JIWON: Now, please look. Does Sir Berlusconi know how his intention was fooled and abused by Netanyahu government, and then misinterpreted by international society?)

Berlusconi uses Mussolini in his defence ‎ May 27, 2010 / By Murdoch’s British Copycat
Berlusconi: Netanyahu/Israel in OECD can help peace May 29, 2010 / By Ynetnews (Israel)
Mideast: Netanyahu in France and USA, with Berlusconi in PARIS May 27, 2010 / By International Media

(JIWON: In these days, those who are sincere enough to follow international media seem to believe that there is NO difference between Israeli PM Netanyahu and Italian PM Berlusconi. Sometimes… the more I appreciate Sir Berlusconi, his ideas, his willingness and his hard working, the less I understand why he allows himself to step into this kind of mire. The dirtiest one, in most cases.

Clearly, most British females or leftists and their international pen-pals know this Italian guy as a brainless moron, who should attend clinic for sex addiction – Times Online (Aug 23, 2009). However, whenever I think of this Italian guy’s daily schedule, I can’t help suspecting if this is a genius brain. Then, it’s becoming harder and harder to understand why there is NO one around this political leader, who can dare to advise his boss how to make a witty jokes or where to find the source of intelligent simple sentences. Especially in the times of ‘Twitter’ declared top word of 2009, this Italian guy’s humorous brain can easily learn how to beat all his witty rivals. Is it by mere chance that his Cultural Minister or “Cavalier Servente” Sandro Bondi is a “Self-Esteemed Poet”, who hailed “the Last Marxist” Edoardo Sanguineti’s playful use of Italian language as “fundamental voice of Italian literature in the latter half of the 20th century”?)

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PART-6f: While “All The Italian Cultural Ministers” Are Haunted By “Fear Of War”… While I Just Want To Support Italian Politicians, Whether Sir Berlusconi Or His Ugly(!) Female Rivals, In The Most Effective, Gracious, & Humorous Way…

Is it arrivederci to cleavage and sexism on Italian TV? Jun 4, 2010 / By Independent
(…) Giovanna Melandri, the Democratic Party MP and a member of the Rai commission in parliament, said there was a long way to go in reforming Italian TV but she said the tide was finally turning. “Is this the beginning of a revolution? We hope so. With the creation of the panel to monitor the way women are portrayed on state TV we hope to curb the use of women as mere decorative images,” she said. (…) Observers note, however, that even at Mediaset there are signs that latent feminist sentiments – or at least marketing instincts – are surfacing with the launch this month of its own women’s channel La5. Further evidence that even Mediaset sees the need to change came recently when it allowed a female presenter a stint on its top-rated evening satire show Striscia La Notizia (Hot off the Press), which despite its pretensions of sophistication, still employs dancing girls in hot pants to flesh out the programme. (…) But one Mediaset comedy writer, who declined to be named, told The Independent that people hoping for a radical change on Italian television shouldn’t hold their breath. “Every five years some politician realises that Italian TV is too sexist, and tries to change that. It never worked and I’m not sure it will work this time,” he said. “It would be like trying to stop us eating pizza: showing sexy girls on TV is so ingrained in our daily life that it can’t be stopped anymore. I really believe that.”

(JIWON: Giovanna Melandri? A female politician from the Democratic Party? Don’t I know her? Her resume looks like.)

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🙂 From Italy-Belcanto > Barenboim and La Scala >
🙂 Barenboim’s Carmen: What happened on Dec 7, 2009?
COLLECTION-5: Participants Of The Day!
ABSOLUTELY NONE of present or previous Cultural Ministers, whether Berlusconi’s Cultural Minister Sandro Bondi or Head of Culture Department of ‘Partito Democraticc’, Giovanna Melandri or even former Opposition Leader Walter Veltroni from Partito Democratico.

🙂 Berlusconi’s Italy Shall Be Blessed With Healthy Feminism & Healthy Opposition! (Dec 15, 2009)
COLLECTION-5: Women MPs Fight Back As Berlusconi Lashes Out
Women MPs fight back as Berlusconi lashes out Oct 9, 2009
MP Giovanna Melandri to Diminutive Berlusconi: You have shown yourself to be “taller than well-mannered”!

🙂 Barenboim: Will Umberto Eco Endorse My Requests to German Government? (Nov 11, 2009 – Still writing)
(Updated on DECEMBER 7, 2009)
JIWON: (…) Ho-Ho-Ho! I am laughing to death. I can’t defend La Scala’s Hunk-of-the-Century on this issue. Musician Silvio will lose his top position the moment I find a taller guy, if his physical characteristic is the same as that of Sir Berlusconi. This remark was originally what I found while reading this UGLY-scandal. Isn’t this very similar to what happened in Korea some weeks ago? ‘LOSER’ girl in hot water: “SHORT MEN ARE LOSERS!” (Nov 12, 2009) This comment from Giovanna Melandri got me so much that I wanted to write a short joke about ‘Umberto & Silvio’. But ‘PEOPLE’s 2006’s Hunk-of-the-Moment’ and then ‘Twilight Hunk’ were what I found instead while trying to find it again for this writing. (…) How many FEMALE politicians are found in this UGLY-scandal? Opposition Leader Rosy Bindi, Senator Patrizia Bugnano, and MP Giovanna Melandri. ALTOGETHER… They will have to answer WHY those ‘Garbage & Sh*ts’, starting from Gidon Kremer and Elena Bashkirova’s Jerusalem Festival members, are always found in THEIR territory… in the name of PEACE or CULTURE or HYPOCRISY. For this reason, I heartily congratulate Rosy Bindi on being elected as the Opposition Leader. I am now thinking to update this collection with another female from Italian Opposition Party; BIBI in panic while FEMALES are not: A certain Female Group will have to give up, or Nobel Peace Prize Winner Obama shall change NOTHING. (…)

(JIWON: HAHAHA! I do know this Italaina female. How can I forget her humorous comments? But unlike months ago, I now find that it’s getting real fun to know about Italian politicians. I now start to remember every each name. And suddenly, I became curious…)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minister_for_Cultural_Assets_and_Activities
1996-1998: Walter Veltroni (Prodi I Cabinet)
1998-2001: Female Giovanna Melandri (D’Alema I&II & Amato II Cabinet)
2001-MutiScandal-2008: …mysteries…
2008-2010: Sandro Bondi (Berlusconi IV Cabinet)

http://www.google.com/webhp?hl=en#hl=en&source=hp&q=Bondi+Melandri

Fuori da ogni regola. Governo nel marasma Jun 1, 2010 / By politicamentecorretto.com, Democratic Party (En)
Manovra/ Scontro Pd-Bondi su manifestazione contro tagli a cultura Jun 2, 2010 / By APCOM
Manovra/ Melandri (Pd): Bondi scelga, o resiste o si dimette Jun 6, 2010 / By virgilio.it

(JIWON: I tried my best… but it is very difficult to understand it via tanslation-tool. I just wish I have time to study this beautiful language, Italian. Anyway, I think these article are talking about…)

Berlusconi ratings sink to new low after budget Jun 3, 2010 / By Reuters
Italo film biz in revolt over cuts. Government cuts threaten movie bodies Jun 3, 2010 / By Variety
The Silvio Berlusconi government’s E25 billion ($30 billion) austerity package includes funding cuts to 232 cultural institutions. Culture czar Sandro Bondi will decide how to wield the ax. Film students and faculty have occupied the Centro Sperimentale Film School since June 1 to protest the cuts. The school also oversees the National Film Archives where more than 80,000 Italian film titles are preserved. (…)

Msxxi, inaugurazione con fischi al Ministro Bondi, “Cavalier Servente” May 27, 2010 / By corriereweb.net
Musei: a inaugurazione Maxxi Bondi cita premier, prima fischi poi applausi May 27, 2010 / By libero-news.it
(…) Bondi’sBerusconi+BOOS vs. Bondi’sMelandri+CHEERS (…) “Avrei fatto questo ringraziamento anche se voi non mi aveste interrotto, e se mi aveste lasciato finire non avreste fatto questa figuraccia”, ha sottolineato Bondi. “Io credo – ha proseguito il ministro – nel valore della cultura svincolata dalla politica e dal potere. Io non sono un uomo di potere, ma uno che crede nelle idee. Rimpiango l’epoca in cui gli uomini della politica sapevano comprendere e dialogare con gli uomini di cultura”. Quanto al Maxxi, il ministro ha concluso con l’auspicio che si riveli “un luogo dove dialogare, la casa della cultura, dell’arte e dei cittadini”.

(JIWON: Let’s just hope that this poor Italian Cultural Minister Sandro Bondi can find the most effective way to preserve Italian culture in this dire situation. I didn’t know that he was not a man of power but one who believes in IDEAS…

Thanks to Italian Cultural Ministers, from Sandro Bondi to Female Giovanna Melandri, this part became unnecessaily long.)

Il commento del giorno (master91): Ragazzi, l’Italia ormai è questa. Basta critiche, uniamoci e tifiamo! Un nostro Lettore invita tutti a supportare il gruppo Azzurro in vista dei Mondiali Jun3, 2010 / By Goal
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(JIWON: While I just wanted to support Italian politicians, whether Sir Berlusconi or his UGLY female rivals, in the most effective, gracious, and humorous way… This time, I am not joking.)

ANALYSIS – Italy union split offers Berlusconi brief respite May 31, 2010 / By in.reuters.com
(…) Italy’s largest union, the left-wing CGIL, blasted the “unfair” budget for targeting workers rather than the rich and plans a national strike, but the other two big unions — CISL and UIL — have surprisingly refused to join the protest. The union divisions will allow Italy to escape the kind of social unrest seen in Greece, analysts say, but won’t spare Berlusconi’s approval ratings — already on the slide even before the budget — from taking another hit. (…)

Italy Cuts Will Have Moderate Growth Impact, Deutsche Bank Says Jun 1, 2010 / By BusinessWeek
ECB’s Draghi in support of PM Berlusconi: Italian Deficit Cuts ‘Had to Be Taken’ ‎May 31, 2010‎ / By BusinessWeek
(…) Draghi, who is also a member of the European Central Bank’s governing council, said that the effectiveness of the spending- cut measures will have to be monitored. The central banker also encouraged the government to improve the country’s competitiveness and to boost its fight against tax evasion. Italy lost 30 billion euros per year, or 2% of GDP, in evaded sales tax, Draghi said citing a study conducted by the bank between 2005 and 2008.

Italy’s top banker urges eurozone reform May 31, 2010 / By Trading Room
(…) Mario Draghi, head of Italy’s central bank, praised PM Berlusconi’s centre-right government for last year linking retirement age to greater life expectancy, but urged the completion of labour market reforms.

Italy’s Tremonti wants to cut bureaucrats May 31, 2010 / By Forexyard
(…) He said the experiment would last “for two or three years,” and would probably require a change in the constitution. (…) Tremonti, who assured the newspaper he was loyal to Berlusconi’s government, said Europe’s situation of producing more debt than wealth, more deficit than growth, was “unsustainable.” “We have to redesign the structure of our social and economic model,” he added.

The european commissioner Tremonti is in a great european conflict May 30, 2010 / By Daily Gossip (blog)
(… jiwon: impossible to understand this analysis…)

(JIWON: Tired… May I finish this part?)

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PART-6g: After Watching “World Cup 2010”, I Couldn’t Agree With Sir Berlusconi More. What I Can’t Agree With “Enthusiast Silvio” Is That… Let’s Just Hope “Coach Silvio’s New Trainee” To Grow Into Another Italian Export.

(Updated on JUNE 8, 2010)

(JIWON: Tired… May I finish this part?)

Sacchi toglie le fette di prosciutto dagli occhi dei tifosi del Milan: “Non sanno che entrerà in vigore il fairplay finanziario, ancora una volta Berlusconi ha prevenuto i tempi…” Jun 2, 2010 / By Goal
L’ex tecnico rossonero spiega la lungimiranza della nuova strategia di Via Turati: I tifosi del Milan sono sul piede di battaglia e preannunciano contestazione selvaggia e ‘zeru’ abbonamenti alla ripresa dell’attività dopo le vacanze estive, alla luce dell’ennesimo mercato che si annuncia improntato alle ‘vacche magre’.
Ma forse alla base di quest’atteggiamento ipercritico c’è solo la mancata comprensione di cosa realmente stia accadendo in Via Turati ed allora ci pensa Arrigo Sacchi a spiegare al popolo rossonero le strategie da terzo millennio del nuovo Milan: “I tifosi milanisti, che mi considerano uno di loro, in questi giorni mi manifestano il loro disappunto. Contestano la mancanza di investimenti e di un progetto tecnico adeguato. Io penso invece che Berlusconi e Galliani meritino fiducia e riconoscenza a vita per le loro capacità e storia. Il tifoso milanista non deve essere ingrato”.
Sacchi articola poi il ragionamento, nella sua classica rubrica sulla ‘Gazzetta dello Sport’: “L’epoca dei mecenati è terminata. Oggi una parte della tifoseria si augura l’arrivo di un magnate arabo o russo che immetta denaro fresco. Non sanno che fra pochissimi anni entrerà in vigore il fair play finanziario, una regola dell’Uefa che impedisce ai dirigenti di ripianare i debiti e che consente ai club di investire unicamente per quanto il bilancio permetterà. Solo le società virtuose potranno partecipare alla Champions ed Europa League, e i dirigenti capaci saranno più decisivi dei dirigenti ricchi”.
“Occorreranno club sempre più organizzati e all’avanguardia – conclude l’ex tecnico rossonero – e chi potrà essere più avveduto e competente di Berlusconi e Galliani? Chi potrà conoscere meglio di loro le esigenze e la storia del Milan? Credo nessuno. Ancora una volta Berlusconi ha prevenuto i tempi e si sta organizzando di conseguenza: vuole che il club vada avanti con le proprie gambe. Io sono d’accordo con lui…“.

Sacchi toglie le fette di prosciutto dagli occhi dei tifosi del Milan: “Non sanno che entrerà in vigore il fairplay finanziario, ancora una volta Berlusconi ha prevenuto i tempi…” Jun 2, 2010 / By Goal
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Paolo Maldini Urges Milan To Buy New Players: “Success will be a distant memory if spending is prohibited…” Jun 8, 2010 / By Goal
Paolo Maldini non prospetta un futuro roseo al suo Milan: “Difficile diminuire il GAP con le altre squadre” “La Juve sta investendo tanto, l’Inter è già forte” Jun 8, 2010 / By Goal
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Il commento del giorno (milan4ever): Basta con la storiella dello scudetto! 20milioni per rifondare il Milan? Questo è RIDIMENSIONAMENTO! Jun 6, 2010 / By Goal
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Esclusiva Goal.com – La nuova moda del calciomercato? “Non ci sono soldi, niente colpi. Sarà l’estate degli SCAMBI!” Jun3, 2010 / By Goal
Il procuratore di Gigi Buffon analizza la tanto agognata Liga: “Tolte Real Madrid e Barcellona, le altre squadre non hanno budget da investire…”
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(JIWON: I just realized how important it is to train Italian kids by contacting AC-Milan’s Fan Clubs. I also realize how hilarious it would be to REFRIGERATE(!) Sir Berlusconi’s hot-tempered mouth, which used to treat his football employees, fans included, as his political rivals…)

(Updated on JUNE 11, 2010)

Speciale Calciomercato Goal.com – Guida alla Campagna Acquisti del MILAN: chi arriva e chi parte Jun 7, 2010 / By Goal
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Former Milan defender Marcos Cafu Now Runs A Player Agency And Encourage Milan To Buy Young Brazilian Jun 2, 2010 / By Goal
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Cafù stila lista della spesa rossonera tutta verdeoro: “Il Ganso, Neymar, Marcelo e Luis Fabiano” Jun 2, 2010 / By Goal
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The Commoner-Got-Lucky Quotes Of The Week – Goal.com Jun 4, 2010 / By Goal
(…) Legendary full-back Cafu has urged Milan to get a Brazilian. No, no, he’s not advising Baros or Jovanovic to get a bikini wax, he just thinks his former employers should invest in his homeland: “I can think of four names. … I can guarantee he is ready for any team.” Maybe the names are worth noting, he advised them to buy Luis Fabiano five years ago apparently.

Maldini turns on AC Milan powerbrokers over lack of transfer spending Jun 9, 2010 / By Tribalfootball.com
“Berlusconi+Galliani” have declared Milan’s new plan to bring in more players through the youth system. “Talents cost money,” warned Maldini, who made his debut aged 16. “There is so much talk about the youth team, but these lads are not ready for a dangerous League like Serie A.

(JIWON: With the information above, it should be easy for any Italians to figure out what I am going to write. While following this historically unique scandal, humorous one indeed, I had a feeling that both sides have gone to the extreme. And I find that one of the reasons may be…

It’s important to “Discover an Unknown Talent and Watch a Gosling Growing into a Golden Goose”. However, do all those talented LADS grow into the REAL pros? But all of them cost the same amount of money when you ask “Old Screw Silvio” to open his wallet. Of course, this is a scout’s job to dig out hidden talent, but this business is rather a matter of probability. If Owner Silvio, who is frequently dubbed as “Hot-Tempered Absolutist”, wants to see all the happenings in black and white… Should I write more?)

Massimo Moratti … luring Fabio Capello to Inter Milan Jun 2, 2010 / By Telegraph.co.uk
(…) But sources close to the oil tycoon, whose lavish £100 million spending spree last summer brought Inter an unprecedented domestic and European treble, have indicated that Moratti does not expect his £8 million-a-year, three-season deal to be enough to lure Capello to Milan.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Massimo_Moratti
(…) Moratti has spent around €300 million in the transfer market, exceeded only by Roman Abramovich of Chelsea. (…)

Milan Only Have €30M To Spend Compared To Inter’s €100M May 26, 2010 / By Goal

Berlusconi hints at youth coach assignment May 19, 2010 / By soccerway.com

Silvio Berlusconi: If I Coached AC Milan… May 26, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: In principle, I agree with Owner Silvio. I’ve read Italians’ claim that a hot-blooded, high-spirited Silvio put all his YOUNG energies into AC-Milan to achieve his political ambition, and now, he seems to lose all his motivation, and this is why AC-Milan should be sold to wealthy Russian or Arab. Let’s assume that it is true. And I still find nothing wrong with this decision. This is his club and he’s entitled to do anything. Especially, he is in a situation, in which…)

1. he wants to see his favorite style get done in his territory.

2. I don’t know what Mr. Moratti’s motivation has been. But everybody says that he will keep OVER-investing. While no one can blame his intention, there is no reason for Inter’s rival to over-invest, too. Is this a profitable business? Then, there will be NO chance of raking in up-to-€100M from winning SerieA-or-CoppaItaly-or-EvenTreble for AC-Milan, even if he invests some more. Not only he can’t win, the debt will accumulate. Then, it’s better to survive this economic crisis within budget.

3. Meanwhile, the world of football will go through a lot of changes. Though I am not a football expert, it is easy to say that there has been a bubble in STAR-player prices. How long will it take to burst? Part of Milan’s young players will prove enough ability to strengthen the basics of the club, after all. It won’t be late to buy STAR-players of the same quality at reasonable price. Even if this NEW squad can’t beat over-invested Inter-Milan, coming in second will cost less.

4. No matter what, everything will be possible only when this budget plan is fully supported by La Voce dei Rossoneri.

5. (Updated on JULY ?, 2010) – After ACTUALLY watching the World Cup 2010, I couldn’t agree with Sir Berlusconi more…
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(JIWON: This is what I think. I just wonder why the city of Milan boasts two football clubs while Rome has more population. What I can’t agree with this “Enthusiast Silvio” is that… Does Italian prime minister have enough time to train his players and improve his coaching ability? If not, it will be better to follow hearty advices of La Voce dei Rossoneri.)

Fabio Capello’s great love match: What matters most to him is his wife (just … Jun 11, 2010 / By dailymail
WORLD CUP 2010: Fabio the Inferno: England players warned not to cross the boss Capello Jun 9, 2010 / By dailymail
One prominent Italian journalist who knows Fabio Capello well says this of the man’s single-mindedness: ‘If Fabio discovered a player was having an affair with his wife, he would still pick the player if it remained the best decision for his team.’
England’s manager does possess a cold professionalism but it is accompanied by a raging inferno when his subjects disappoint him. (…) The stories are the stuff of legend. … Berlusconi was struck by Capello’s refusal to compromise when he employed him as AC Milan manager. ‘Unfortunately, Fabio has one small fault,’ he said. ‘It is that dialogue forms no part of his approach.’
This, however, is not a man who is blinded by rage. He employs professional indignation as a motivational tool and carefully chooses his moments to explode, as England’s players have discovered. (…)

(JIWON: Let’s just hope that Coach Silvio’s NEW trainee, whether Allegri or not, could grow into another Italian EXPORT, who “unfortunately has one small fault” and could win the trophies after ceaselessly(!) tickling “Genius Silvio’s” imagination. Am I dreaming impossible dream?)

Milan CEO Adriano Galliani Underlines Need For New Stadia In Italy Jun 8, 2010 / By Goal
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Serie A Galliani non sa più come dirlo: “Se non costruiamo stadi nuovi la crisi del calcio italiano è IRREVERSIBILE” Jun 8, 2010 / By Goal
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(JIWON: It’s interesting to compare international comments with the Italian one. For a while, I couldn’t understand why this kind of article should appear in this chaotic situation, especially in the middle of economic crisis.)

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In Case You Want To Read The Remaining Parts…

🙂 PART-7: “World Cup 2010” Starts. Let’s Imagine “Old Screw Silvio’s” Furious Face. Who Says, “Serie A Is Too Defensive And Barcelona Have More Depth Than Inter”? Who Says, “In 80’s & 90’s, There Was A Serie A Supremacy”? (Jun 16 – 18, 2010)
🙂 PART-8: “World Cup 2010” Struggles. Everybody Is Talking About Defense. However, Do All Of Them Look Like “Italian Catenaccio”? The Beauty Of Italian Football. Dear Italy, Produce Another Roberto Baggio! (Jun 21-23, 2010)

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