PROFESSOR-15: More Time For Politics. When A Single Guy Runs “La Bella Italia,” Where Berlusconi’s Hard-Working Female Politicians Are Furious At This Political Terminology, “The Bordello State”…

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PART-11: Prodi’s Italy Heading Toward Eurabia!?! Did www.repubblica.it Publish WikiLeaks? Are They Traitors Or What? Whenever Italian Leftists Are Jealous Of Politician Berlusconi’s Business Savvy…
(Updated on FEBRUARY 19, 2011)
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(Updated on FEBRUARY 20, 2011) – P.S.

Leaks Shows US Condescension Toward Berlusconi Feb 19, 2011 / By npr.org
Badge of honour for embattled Berlusconi Feb 19, 2011 / By ninemsn.com.au
(…) La Repubblica newspaper said Friday Berlusconi’s name will appear underneath the inscription ’20 febbraio 1986-20 febbraio 2011′ (February 20 1986-February 20 2011) to commemorate his 25-year ownership of the Serie A giants. (…)

(JIWON: Don’t get me wrong. If you directly visit www.repubblica.it, there are lots of stuffs about “Kill-B”. 😉 )

LIBYA: BERLUSCONI WORRIED ABOUT ALL MAGHREB AREA Feb 19, 2011 / By agi.it
(AGI) Rome – Pm Berlusconi, of the situation in Libya, said, “We are worried about everything happening there, in all the area.” The Prime Minister made the comment while leaving Palazzo Grazioli, speaking with reporters about the situation in Libya. He said, “I haven’t yet heard from Kheddafi. The situation is evolving and so I don’t feel I should disturb anyone.” . .

AFP: Berlusconi loath to ‘bother’ Kadhafi Feb 19, 2011 / By focus-fen.net
(…) Opposition leaders slammed Berlusconi’s muted response … Walter Veltroni (PD) said Berlusconi’s silence was “terrible and deafening”. Pier Ferdinando Casini (UDC) said, “In Libya, we witness a silent massacre of young intellectuals and workers who protest against a liberticidal regime.” He asked the Italian parliament to “clearly and firmly” condemn the Libyan crackdown. Angelo Bonelli (Greens) asked Berlusconi’s government “not to prop up” the Libyan leader. Italy “cannot go on backing a dictator who rules by systematically violating human rights and by refusing democracy for his people,” he said.
But Sandro Bondi (Berlusconi’s PdL) shot back, saying “The left-wing opposition seems to be at a loss as their favourite occupation is fabricating arguments, like the one over Libya.” Italy and oil-rich Libya, a former Italian colony, signed a friendship treaty in 2008 to further strengthen economic ties and fight clandestine immigration via the North African country.

(JIWON: Please look. Is there something wrong with Berlusconi’s remark? This is a sensitive issue for the Italian side. Isn’t it a real time for ALL Italians to prepare all kinds of diplomatic tactics”? By now, they should be busy at analyzing Post-Qaddafi era and all kinds of possibilities. What is the POLITICIAN’s main job? Are they politicians or what? In my humble opinion, they’d better QUIT the government and work for the human rights institutions. Wasn’t it Emma Marcegaglia, who blasted that there are anyway TOO MANY jobs for Italian politicians and Italian voters don’t need them in THEIR government? Italian politicians had better think of OIL, while Libyan politicians should think of HUMAN RIGHTS.)

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PART-12: Prodi’s Italy Heading Toward Eurabia!?! Therefore, Jerusalem Whore Elena Bashkirova’s Barenboim-Projects at Prodi’s Italian Headquarters Was Pure Political Event. Perfect!

(Updated on FEBRUARY 10, 2011) – DRAFT

http://www.google.com/search?q=Berlusconi+Marcegaglia
http://www.google.com/search?q=Prodi+Umberto+Eco

(JIWON: Tired… I still can’t figure out who is Ms. Emma’s ideal prime minister. However, I finally found out why Mr. Fini is still struggling to receive Italian voters’ hearts. Yeah… Italians don’t trust traitors. Hope to finish all my writing by tomorrow. )

(Updated on FEBRUARY 20, 2011)

How Europe Became Eurabia July 2004 / By jihadwatch.org
(…) Beyond a fleeting awareness, the overwhelming majority of Europeans and Americans do not understand the new Eurabian entity, which only the first step in a steady progression toward its Arabization and Islamization. … Most recently, this program of Euro-Arab symbiosis has been codified in a detailed report entitled, “Dialogue between Peoples and Cultures in the Euro-Mediterranean Area.” Released last October, this report (whose contributors included Umberto Eco and Tariq Ramadan) was to establish complete interdependence between Europe and the Arab-Muslim world. Romano Prodi, President of the European Commission, established the High-Level Advisory Group which stated the aims, policies, and routine functions of the foundation. (…) One can choose to ignore it, but Eurabia is a tangible entity. Eurabia has a discernible historical development, and its functionaries are now well entrenched in each European parliament, and at the head of the European Commission. Often Javier Solana merely parrots the Arab League’s Amr Moussa, or the Palestinian Authority’s Yasser Arafat. (…)

(JIWON: I assume this is a work by Jewish media. Provably settler-like Jewish one. If so, I must be careful while quoting its content. I saved this article just in case… )

The New York Times: A Capital of Europe? Brussels is primping Mar 2, 2002 / By michaelzwise.com
The EU & Brussels: A bureaucracy by any other name Aug 2, 2001 / By economist.com
The European Union is looking for a new, charming image for its home town (…) The number … will rise even further when the European Union expands to take in what may be as many as 12 new members. … the European Commission suggested that it would have to add 2,500 extra people to its staff because of enlargement (…) This expansion … has prompted the commission to start a debate on the role of the city as the “capital of Europe”. … Romano Prodi, the president of the commission, says his aim is to “make Brussels a place that all citizens of Europe can relate to”. (…) One thing he wants is some visible feature to act as a favourable symbol of Brussels across the EU … But it remains hideously ugly and screams bureaucracy—not exactly the image that Mr Prodi hopes to promote. … So Mr Prodi, eager to find some inspiring ideas—about architecture and much else besides—is staging two seminars on Brussels this year, with a cast of European intellectuals. The first, in May, did not go terribly well. One of the participating thinkers, Umberto Eco, emerged to call the exercise “completely artificial”, saying that Mr Prodi had “got together all these irresponsible people to find ideas and symbols for something that does not yet exist.” An accurate synopsis of Mr Eco’s novel, it might be said. But Mr Prodi is a courteous fellow and, rather than hit back at his guest’s smack across the chops, he will carry right on with his second seminar, next month.

(JIWON: I think this is the most interesting information from Search: “Prodi+Umberto+Eco”. Because I always find that Umberto Eco’s description exactly defines Prodi’s government.)

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PART-13: Prodi’s Italy Heading Toward Eurabia!?! “1980s Deal”? “Speedy Verdict On Berlusconi’s Allies”? Doesn’t This Kind Of Judicial Tactics Sound Familiar? Italy Is Still Not Israel, However.

(Updated on FEBRUARY 10, 2011) – DRAFT

http://www.google.com/search?q=Berlusconi+Marcegaglia
http://www.google.com/search?q=Prodi+Umberto+Eco

(JIWON: Tired… I still can’t figure out who is Ms. Emma’s ideal prime minister. However, I finally found out why Mr. Fini is still struggling to receive Italian voters’ hearts. Yeah… Italians don’t trust traitors. Hope to finish all my writing by tomorrow. )

(Updated on FEBRUARY 20, 2011)

Europe diary: Italian contrasts Mar 23, 2006 / By BBC
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Comment-Alistair Peckham, Varese, Italy: Mr Berlusconi was the only Prime Minister in post war Italy to have a majority bigger enough to push through reforms that are desperately needed for this once great nation. Instead he passed laws that benefited him and his business associates. He also gave to much power to Lega Nord, one of his partners in coalition. Lega Nord also scared off the liberlising men in the original government with their anti-european and neo-fascist views. The current opposition is not a great alternative, with incoherent policies and infighting with the opposition coalition. Mr Prodi who was PM during the late 90s also failed to inspire reforms and leadership. Hopefully he learnt something from being the President of the EU….

(JIWON: Let me finish posting Italian voters’ firm opinions during the 2006 election, please. Though I’ve already posted this one, I need it again to finish this part. This opinion sounds like Prodi’s supporter, and his criticism against Berlusconi sounds quite reasonable, doesn’t it?)

Berlusconi trial outcome delayed for years by court May 17, 2003 / By guardian.co.uk
(…) The billionaire prime minister, who could face a prison sentence over allegations that he bribed judges to swing a multi-million-pound merger deal in the 1980s, has denied the charges (…) Some, however, have pointed out that while Mr Berlusconi may welcome a delay to the outcome of his trial, a speedy verdict on his colleagues may not be so welcome. One of the defendants, Mr Berlusconi’s political ally and a former defence minister, Cesare Previti, has already been sentenced to 11 years in a separate but similar bribery case. Judgment on Mr Berlusconi’s friends, possibly within weeks, could taint him by association right up until the verdict on his own conduct is returned.
“This is a trap,” said Carlo Taormina, a defence lawyer and a member of Mr Berlusconi’s Forza Italia party. “By separating the trials, I think the judges want to hang Berlusconi out to dry for a long time.” Mr Berlusconi’s lawyer said he could not understand the court’s decision, because the prime minister had already agreed to attend a rescheduled hearing next week. “It seems bizarre to me that the court couldn’t wait seven more days,” he said.

(JIWON: Then, I found one interesting article. It was interesting, because it was from Prodi’s British media. “Deal in the 1980s”? “Takes years”? “Speedy verdict on Berlusconi’s allies”? Doesn’t this kind of Justice System sound familiar?)

http://barenboimlovesknesset.wordpress.com/

(JIWON: This blog is another work by this computer work. Seriously, I need to change this blog’s name… into Daniel Barenboim Is Doris Beinisch’s Pet. This blog is about Bimbo-Battle, in which you can find all kinds of Bimbo’s tricks… by both Barenboim’s Angels and the FEMALE president of the Supreme Court of Israel. But unlike Italy, Supreme Court of Israel now functions as a propaganda machine of Netanyahu’s Settlement Project.

More exactly, Netanyahu government uses Female Supreme Court President as “FIG LEAF” to protect their Settlement expansion from international media, while Daniel Barenboim’s Peace Concerts function as Netanyahu’s Beinisch’s propaganda machine. Simply put, whenever these words, “Peace” or “Human Rights,” come out of Musician Barenboim’s mouth before/during/after the very-commercial concert, this is when Netanyahu government is secretly working for the Settlement Expansion. And whenever international society become furious, Female Supreme Court President Dorit Beinisch rules something and it is anyway too late for the Palestinian side.)

Berlusconi trial outcome delayed for years by court May 17, 2003 / By guardian.co.uk
(…) Mr Berlusconi had proposed that the Italian constitution be changed to reintroduce parliamentary immunity, which would have halted the trial. The court’s decision now makes that less likely. (…)

(JIWON: Now, I find that not only Israeli and Italian justice system is functioning under the LEFTISTS, but also their tactics to handle their most/least favorite politicians are exactly same. As far as I know, there is parliamentary immunity in Korean government, especially for the president, as well as debate on lawmakers abusing immunity. I may be wrong, but this is my knowledge so far. Therefore, it was such a weird and disgusting experience to follow all those dirty happenings between politicians and justices in Israel.

In Italy, I found the same case, but I got so sick of this Israeli case that I NEVER wanted to be involved in this case again. I still don’t want to.)

Official: Berlusconi may appeal to European court in sex case Feb 10, 2011 / By monstersandcritics.com

BERLUSCONI, UPCOMING COUNCIL MINISTERS TO REFORM JUSTICE Feb 19, 2011 / By agi.it
(…) if necessary, there will be a referendum.” (…)

JUSTICE: BERLUSCONI, CONSTITUTIONAL REFORM IN A FEW DAYS Feb 20, 2011 / By agi.it
“We will introduce historic innovations in the judicial system, so that also Italy may have an equitable and dignified judicial system. No more injustice, no more slow processes and inefficient procedures that have discouraged for many years foreign investors to come and work in our country, “stated Silvio Berlsuconi in a message to promoters of Liberty. . .

(JIWON: Therefore, I preferred to watch Official: Berlusconi may appeal to European court in sex case rather than Berlusconi calls for judicial reform, new immunity law, because whatever Italian Prime Minister does, it will be interpreted as Berlusconi eyes justice curbs as sex trial looms rather than Berlusconi launches new attempt to reform judicial proceedures.)

Berlusconi is not the crux of Italy’s problems Feb 4, 2011 / By washingtonpost.com
Having lived and worked in Italy for some 13 years, as diplomats at the U.S. Embassy in Rome and as private citizens, we found Nina Burleigh’s Jan. 30 Outlook commentary, “In Berlusconi’s Italy, sex, politics and Snooki,” superficial and dependent on cultural stereotypes.
Burleigh clearly is no expert on Italy. She translates “Il Cavaliere,” the nickname widely used for Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, as “the cowboy.” The correct translation, as any Italian could tell her, is “the knight.” In recognition of his business success, long before entering politics, Berlusconi was awarded membership in one of the orders of merit that replaced aristocratic titles in the postwar Italian Republic.
Americans have good reason to be concerned about Italy. A long-standing ally, Italy is having a hard time meeting 21st-century challenges. But Berlusconi is not the crux of the problem, which is rooted in a struggling economy, a weak state, an inefficient legal system and the vested interests of generations growing older. Berlusconi’s political success partly reflects the inability of the center-left opposition to articulate a program of modernization that can win the support of a majority.
Deborah P. Park and Eric R. Terzuolo, Washington

(JIWON: There was another intereting article days ago, but I can’t find it again. Instead, I found this short article. Anyway, I remember that even the Korean media, whose intelligent journalists used to be very critical about anything-Berlusconi, published a favorable article on Berlusconi’s Judicial Reform Project when he came to power again in 2008. I hope everybody to find a better solution in this case.)

Italy’s Trials Feb 20, 2011 / By nytimes.com
Italian governments are rarely known for efficiency. (…) Ruby-Scandal (…) This is a particularly perilous time for Italy to be out of action. New governance rules for the euro will likely be decided over the next few months, with decisive consequences for Italy’s unhealthy public finances and anemic growth rate. Revolutionary turmoil is convulsing nearby North Africa, where Italy has counted on Libya’s Muammar el-Qaddafi to supply its oil needs and the deposed Tunisian President Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali to hold back would-be economic migrants. (…) Few Italian politicians or voters relish the prospect of new elections. … A few political leaders have already begun urging such a solution. More should join them.

(JIWON: Whatever the solution is, I wish everybody a good luck.)

PART-14: A Series Of Earthquakes! Hello Mr. FINI, How Come Your “Anarchic-Party” Is Melting In The Sun The Moment FLI’s Leader Is Given The Green Light By This Computer Work?
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(Updated on FEBRUARY 15, 2011) – DRAFT

(… Nicole Minetti … Sara Giudice … Alessandra Mussolini … Mara Carfagna …)

(JIWON: I wanted to do this part after finishing [Prodi+Eco], but now, I feel that Ms. Mussolini or Ms. Carfagna’s fellow politicians are in emergent situation. I promise. Regarding Minetti’s previous behaviors, which just remind me of [Waltraud Meier & Elena Bashkirova], this is a bimbo-type female. Therefore, THEY were able to set up “Lerner-Trap” in order to ignite females’ protest. I now think everything was a set-up. I should have checked Minetti’s phone conversation first. I am pretty sure that all the female politicians in Berlusconi’s party are already familiar with all kinds of bimbo’s tricks, and know how to deal with them. They all know that “Sara’s petition” was not to collect Berlusconi’s female supporters but to express Sara’s open effort to receive a higher seat in Fini’s party. I promise that not all female petitioners will follow Fini’s Sara if Berlusconi’s female politicians perform a wiser strategy. It’s been almost one year since Nicole Minetti joined [Mussolini+Carfagna]’s party. But I don’t think there was enough time for this bimbo to collect her male guardians, especially old ones around Berlusconi. This is “Bimbo’s Trick No.1” to thrive in Berlusconi’s party, but Minetti must have been too busy hanging around Berlusconi in the hope of having sexual intercourse with this billionaire, regardless of her relationship with so-called Simon. I promise. This female will never give up. Please check all the interviews by Barenboim’s Angels. Any words can spring out of this bimbo’s mouth, especially when she’s sure that Berlusconi’s female politicians should protect their party leader and therefore can’t insult her whenever she identifies herself as another-Mara or praise Berlusconi more. Be careful. Anyway, I just hope [Mussolini+Carfagna]’s fellow politicians to be able to COOK this bimbo before tossing her into the trashbin. In any cases, the most important thing is TIMING. Who else can know THIS better than Berlusconi’s female politicians, who are trained to behave whenever the camera is ON? Good luck! (…if they fail in THIS… i might follow FINI…) )

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🙂 Italy-Belcanto > Rossoneri 2010-2011: Flop4
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PROFESSOR-15: Something Fundamental!

PART-1: Time To Start This Computer Work. Who Else Want To Join The Club?
PART-2: Berlusconi Survives No-Confidence Vote. “MODERATES” Means Those Who Believe In Family Value. Is Sir Berlusconi Gonna Spit At His Hard-Working FEMALE Politicians… AGAIN? In Front Of All Those Street-Hookers, Who Can Do Anything Whenever They Are Paid?
PART-3: “La Nuova Fidanzata Di Berlusconi? What About This Computer Work? Time To Claim Berlusconi’s Money & Attention.
PART-4: All The Disgusting Happenings Since The Death Of Berlusconi’s Mother Are Correlated. Starting From Ms. Lario’s Divorce Affair, Which Believe In Berlusconi’s Political Rivals & Leftists’ Justice System. Interesting.
PART-5: When A Single Guy Runs “La Bella Italia,” Where Berlusconi’s Hard-Working Female Politicians Are Furious At This Political Terminology, “The Bordello State”… Therefore, CM Sandro Bondi Survives No-Confidence Vote.
PART-6: Italy To Celebrate Its 150th Anniversary Of Nationhood As “The Sick Man Of Europe”, Because Its Prime Minister Is Called “Cancer” By Murdoch-led International Media.
PART-7: Murdoch’s Italian Business Again! It Happens Whenever Murdoch’s British Media Believe In The Butterfly-Effect. It’ll Be Interesting To Check How Australian Murdoch Resumes His Berlusconi-Project On The Italian Tax-Something Issue.
PART-8: Which Italians Chant “After Mubarak, Berlusconi!”? Prodi’s Supporters? Leftist Intellectuals? Socialists or Communists? Weird…
PART-9: Politician Eco’s Advice To Politician Prodi. No Wonder “Average Italian Voters”, Except “Xenophiles”, Rate [Eco’s Prodi] As [Prodi’s Berlusconi]. Perhaps, “Prodi’s Bologna Mafia” Is Really A Good Place To Begin, If International Media Want to Tell The Truth About Italian Politics…
PART-10: Prodi’s Italy Heading Toward Eurabia!?! Prodi’s Umberto Eco Is Now Called “Fascist”. Weird…
PART-11: Prodi’s Italy Heading Toward Eurabia!?! Did www.repubblica.it Publish WikiLeaks? Are They Traitors Or What? Whenever Italian Leftists Are Jealous Of Politician Berlusconi’s Business Savvy…
PART-12: Prodi’s Italy Heading Toward Eurabia!?! Therefore, Jerusalem Whore Elena Bashkirova’s Barenboim-Projects at Prodi’s Italian Headquarters Was Pure Political Event. Perfect!
PART-13: Prodi’s Italy Heading Toward Eurabia!?! “1980s Deal”? “Speedy Verdict On Berlusconi’s Allies”? Doesn’t This Kind Of Justice System Sound Familiar? Italy Is Still Not Israel, However.
PART-14:

Please check
🙂 R21-24: Duckling’s Growing Pains. [Cassano+MvB+Urby+Legrottaglie] Join “Bad-Boys-Band”. No Rest For A Mother With Many Children! (Jan 20 – Feb 1, 2011)
PROFESSOR-14: Duckling’s Growing Pains. When Mr. Allergy’s Aesthetic Approach Is Better Known For “Bench Philosophy”…
PROFESSOR-13: There Ought To Be Italian Version Of “Financial Fair Play Rules”. Or AC-Milan Can’t Buy Italian Players!

🙂 R1-5: Rosy Bindi Chuckles As “Fantastic-Four” Minus “Alessandro-Nesta” Equals “Flop-Four”. Whether Allegri Is “The Decider” Or Not, His Tactics Is Denounced (Sep 11 – 25, 2010).
PROFESSOR-01: Professor Berlusconi Says “Bla-Bla-Bla”. No Matter What, His Lecture Becomes Pure Political. WHY?

Please check the rest of the report
🙂 Rossoneri 2010-2011: Dear Sir, “Fantastic Four” Are Transformed Into “Flop Four”! Maestro Allegri Needs Advice From Professor Berlusconi! (Sep 12 – ???, 2010)

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PART-1: Time To Start This Computer Work. Who Else Want To Join The Club?

(Updated on NOVEMBER 22, 2010)

Berlusconi sees elections if he loses confidence vote Nov 17, 2010 / By ReutersIndia
Berlusconi government loses fifth minister in a week – former Miss Italy Contestant Mara Carfagna Nov 17, 2010 / By telegraph.co.u

(JIWON: Time to start this section, finally. Ruby scandal erupted amid my writing of “Samba-Dinho”, and I couldn’t keep this work. It was months ago that I was so sick of this article, The Bordello State (Sep 14, 2010), and “officially & equally disgusting answer from the Italian ambassador to USA” that I was waiting for an official response from Berlusconi’s hard-working female politicians. Who else want to join the club? I want to know.)

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PART-2: Berlusconi Survives No-Confidence Vote. “MODERATES” Means Those Who Believe In Family Value. Is Sir Berlusconi Gonna Spit At His Hard-Working FEMALE Politicians… AGAIN? In Front Of All Those Street-Hookers, Who Can Do Anything Whenever They Are Paid?

(Updated on DECEMBER 14, 2010)

Berlusconi appeals to moderates to save him Dec 13, 2010 / By ft.com
Berlusconi’s fate could hang by a single vote Dec 13, 2010 / By independent.co.uk

(JIWON: Dear Sir…
If you believe you could win, I do believe you would win. I know how powerful your media is and Politics has never been my favorite and I care nothing. I only follow your money and I am happy. I’m not your fellow politician and your whatsoever scandal has NOT bothered me. I know MOST politicians can’t escape from Corruption-Scandal once they become Prime Minister. However… SIR! As far as I know, “MODERATES” means those who believe in family value. And you’re gonna betray those votes… AGAIN… and spit at your hard-working FEMALE politicians… AGAIN… and spit in their eye in front of all those street hookers, who can do anything, can speak anything whenever they are paid… AGAIN. Aren’t you? Right? I must know…
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(Updated on DECEMBER 16, 2010)

Feuds and Feudalism: Two Takes on Silivio Berlusconi Dec 15, 2010 / By blogs.wsj.com
The authors of two new books about Silvio Berlusconi share the idea that there is still something feudal about Italy today, but differ on which political framework from the Middle Ages the Italian Prime Minister uses. … Author-1. medieval “signore”Author-2. Reciprocity (…) After this week’s mutiny, Mr. Berlusconi has kept a majority on the parliamentary budget committee, but that just binds him more to the fiscal pain ahead. On the other hand, he lost his majority on the justice committee. That means any reforms in that field will promise to be even more elusive even as Italy’s highest court prepares to rule on one of the latest laws allowing cabinet ministers to use their work schedules to avoid the courtroom. So for Author-2, the end days may be near. But under the adulation model, Mr. Berlusconi can still rely on his Zelig-like talent for making voters feel he understands their “gut instincts” – the title of Author-1. The fact that AC Milan is back on top of the Serie A soccer league is something to consider. Insofar as what will happen now, Author-2’s Cassandra-like predictions that the Berlusconi era is over may have to give way to Author-1’s study of entrails, on the ground that natives know best. “Discussion (of Berlusconi) is superfluous” in Italy, says Author-1, who for the record is an ardent fan of AC Milan’s crosstown rival FC Internazionale. “Non-Italians just don’t get it.”

(JIWON: What the hell this Inter-Ultra talking about? Medieval “Signore”?)

Inter Nos di Gianluca Rossi – L’Inter è piena di stranieri perché gli italiani sono scarsi! Vero Lippi? Jun 26, 2010 / By Goal
World Cup 2010 Comment: Are Serie A Clubs Like Inter To Blame For Italy’s World Cup Embarrassment? Jun 25, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-George Costanza New York, New York / 5:20 PM Jun 25, 2010: People wanna talk about how Inter were great with no Italians. Moratti took 15 seasons, 15 different coaches, 100 different players, and millions of Euro to buy his coveted Champions League, plus scudetti. Of course, 1 was a paper win, 1 was in a weakened league, and 3 had dubious officiating! AC Milan won 2 CL, a 2nd place CL, a 1/2final CL, and 3 scudetti in the same time… USING A MAJORITY OF ITALIAN PLAYERS, with Kaka’s help of course! Plus, Vieri & Toldo brought Inter to the CL semis! / [Agree 14 : Disagree 12]

Feuds and Feudalism: Two Takes on Silivio Berlusconi Dec 15, 2010 / By blogs.wsj.com
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Comment-Marco wrote / 2:03 pm December 16, 2010: The real problem is that the alternatives are perhaps worse than what we have now.

(JIWON: I just hope whoever wants to catch public attention to think like an Italian first, to interpret Italian happenings in Italian way first before criticizing anything-Italy, if they want to write something about Italy. I just hope any Inter-Ultras to analyze their problem first, before writing about AC-Milan. 🙂 )

Analysis: Markets alive to Berlusconi woes, don’t want election Dec 10, 2010 / By reuters.com
Markets are so accustomed to political instability in Italy that even a government collapse is unlikely to rattle them much, but they are paying increasing attention to the latest stand-off ahead of crucial confidence votes next week. (…) Economists and commentators agree that calling fresh elections would be the worst outcome for markets. (…)

(JIWON: It was before TWO crucial confidence votes. REAL articles elsewhere were talking about this.)

Italy Premier Wins Senate Vote (162-135-abstentions11), Lower House Looms Dec 14, 2010 / By International Media
Rome riots as Berlusconi wins no-confidence vote (by 314-311 in FINI’s lower house of parliament) Dec 14, 2010 / By International Media

Italian students demonstrate against Berlusconi Dec 15, 2010 / By euronews.net
About 100 people injured in Rome Dec 15, 2010 / By emg.rs
Italy: Anti-government rioters caused €20mln of damage says Rome’s mayor Dec 15, 2010 / By adnkronos.com

Rome burns after Berlusconi vote Dec 15, 2010 / By euronews.net
(…) Students, immigrants and unemployed workers were among those hoping that a defeat for Berlusconi would trigger change but his survival only left them bitter and frustrated. (…)

Rome riots as Berlusconi wins no-confidence vote (by 314-311 in FINI’s lower house of parliament) Dec 14, 2010 / By vancouversun.com
(…) Outside parliament, 100,000 students and demonstrators clashed with police as they railed against the government, in particular its plans to cut university funding. … They fought running battles close to the Spanish Steps, (…)

Italian opposition asks: Who led Rome riots? Dec 15, 2010 / By guardian.co.uk
(…) The disturbances were thought to be the most violent in Rome since 1977. (…)

Italy ETF: Economy May Become a Victim of Politics Dec 14, 2010 / By etftrends.com
Italy must reform its economy Dec 14, 2010 / By news300.info
Silvio Berlusconi’s government has so far failed to carry out the economic and financial policy reforms required for entry into the monetary union. The euro crisis could now subject Italy to the dictates of the markets, suggests the liberal-conservative daily Neue Zürcher Zeitung: “The Italians may understand how to use the euro to their advantage, but they were less careful with the second part of the ‘currency pact’ and failed to carry out the essential structural reforms. … Gradually, it might even dawn on die-hard Berlusconi supporters that the reforms associated with the euro are not only inevitable but will also be painful, contrary to the prime minister’s protestations. … Even if it seems desirable for Berlusconi to set sail and step down, it remains unclear how to proceed after he goes. There currently is no powerful political force on the horizon that would be able to carry out a serious attempt at economic reform.”

(JIWON: It was after TWO crucial confidence votes. REAL articles elsewhere were talking about this. At the same time, REAL articles were also reporting a NEW Italian consensus among the Italian public… about Italian bunga-bunga… and Italian PM Berlusconi shall NEVER be informed on this FACT. Rather, he will be encouraged on this matter. Therefore, I preferred to watch Sir Berlusconi to solve his own problem all by himself. Haven’t I given a green light to Mr. Gianfranco Fini on this issue? I never wanted IMPOTENT Grandpa Berlusconi to take advantage of this computer work… AGAIN… after I got sick of “Medieval Signore” Gianpaolo Tarantini, “Medieval Signore” Lele Mora, “Medieval Signore” Emilio Fede, and Their Dirty-Looking Whores’ Fake Orgasms.)

The women who saved Silvio Berlusconi Dec 15, 2010 / By telegraph.co.uk
Catia Polidori, 43, and Maria Grazia Siliquini, 62, were called “traitors” by colleagues when they decided to vote for Mr Berlusconi … because they were considered loyal followers of Gianfranco Fini. … Amid chaotic scenes in parliament on Tuesday, one colleague of Miss Polidori called her a “troia” – the Italian word for bitch or whore. (…) But Miss Polidori and other MPs who abruptly changed sides denied any impropriety, insisted they had been motivated only by Italy’s best interests. “We need a stable government and since I’m an economist, I know that Europe would not forgive us if we don’t manage to tackle our economic problems,” Miss Polidori said. She received so many threats (…) Miss Siliquini, who has been a supporter of Mr Fini since his acrimonious split with the prime minister in July, admitted that she too had received “insults” from colleagues (…)

(JIWON: Please look. Female politicians were the quickest to react after I posted my warning to IMPOTENT Grandpa Berlusconi. More frankly speaking, it was not my warning. I just wrote what will happen to this poor Italian guy, who will be forced to leave his Roma office as perhaps the most humiliated, loneliest politician some time later.)

Europe Needs Leadership Dec 15, 2010 / By gulfnews.com

Italy: Berlusconi says he can expand support Dec 15, 2010 / By washingtonpost.com
Berlusconi Seeks Fresh Start After Bitter Italy Vote Dec 15, 2010 / By af.reuters.com

An important win for Silvio Berlusconi Dec 14, 2010 / By James Blitz, FT’s diplomatic editor
Berlusconi win will prove Pyrrhic victory: Analysts Dec 15, 2010 / By sundaytimes.lk
(…) Berlusconi, a three-time Italian premier, was characteristically upbeat after securing the backing of 314 lawmakers against the 311 mustered by his opponents, saying he was now “in a much stronger position”. (…)

(JIWON: Does Sir Berlusconi really believe so? My usual computer work starts with WHATSOEVER and ends with Europe Needs Leadership. Not this time… )

Berlusconi hangs on, but for how long? Dec 14, 2010 / By theglobeandmail.com
Snap Analysis – Berlusconi win won’t end political instability Dec 14, 2010 / By uk.reuters.com
Spring election likely for Italy as Berlusconi survives vote Dec 14, 2010 / By irishtimes.com

Rome riots as Berlusconi wins no-confidence vote (by 314-311 in FINI’s lower house of parliament) Dec 14, 2010 / By vancouversun.com
(…) Berlusconi is now the leader of a lame-duck government that was declared “clinically dead” by the opposition, Pier Luigi Bersani (Democratic Party). (…) Despite defeating the no confidence motion, Berlusconi and his supporters are back where they started — at the mercy of Fini and his rebel MPs, who can block legislation whenever they choose to. Continued political turbulence is almost assured and the country is likely to go to the polls before Berlusconi’s term runs out in 2013. (…)

Berlusconi win will prove Pyrrhic victory: Analysts Dec 15, 2010 / By sundaytimes.lk
(…) But for Franco Pavoncello, a Rome-based analyst, Tuesday’s events in parliament “do not resolve much for Berlusconi”. “It would perhaps have been better if he lost, because he could have said he was going to the polls because he had been betrayed by Fini and Fini’s supporters,” said Pavoncello, who teaches political science at the American University of Rome. … For Pavoncello, the only long-term solution for Berlusconi is fresh elections “because he cannot govern in these conditions”. (…)

Divided Italy faces uncertainty Dec 15, 2010 / By news.smh.com.au
(…) Rome prefect Giuseppe Pecoraro said he saw “difficult days” ahead because of anger over the economic crisis and a proposed reform of universities. … “Taking the country to a vote would be really irresponsible,” he said, referring to the current turbulence on European financial markets. Columnist Stefano Folli, writing in business daily Il Sole 24 Ore, said: “The prime minister is moving prudently. He knows that the government is very weak and that he first has to patch it up and then consolidate it. “There are two possibilities: trying to enlarge the majority in parliament… or prepare for early elections,” Folli said. “It’s clear that after the vote the government cannot re-start its politics of announcements… without guaranteeing even a basic governance,” he added. (…)

Berlusconi Dismisses New Opposition Political Alliance, Corriere Reports Dec 16, 2010 / By bloomberg.com
Italy: FINI’s Centrist opposition leaders announce ‘third pole’ against Berlusconi Dec 16, 2010 / By adnkronos.com
(…) Opinon polls have indicated that the ‘third pole’ could draw as much as 20 percent of the vote should Berlusconi – who no longer has an automatic a majority in parliament – be forced to resign as premier and call snap elections. (…)

(JIWON: To be honest, I personally agree with Political Science Professor at the American University of Rome. Italian voters wanted their government until 2013, and what kind of f*cking politicians are they? A prime politician, who claims to be Next Prime Minister of Italy, doesn’t care about Italian economy while all the economists and commentators agree that calling fresh elections would be the WORST outcome for markets. However… )

Berlusconi Taps Italy’s `Gut Instincts,’ Makes Voters Accomplices Dec 14, 2010 / By bloomberg.com
(…) Severgnini, a former correspondent for the Economist and an ardent fan of AC Milan’s crosstown rival FC Internazionale, is fed up with foreign friends asking how the 74-year-old media tycoon managed to win three elections in spite of sex scandals … It’s always the same question, says the best-selling author: “Why, why, why?” (…) Yet even with Berlusconi’s popularity at record lows, recent polls indicate that the premier’s coalition might win re-election. Italians are realists, Severgnini says. They have become disillusioned with politicians and tend to vote for what is useful, not for what is right. (…) What might the future hold? “Every political story has a dawn and a sunset, and . we’re definitely much closer to the sunset,” Severgnini says. Though Berlusconi is still electable, there’s a fine line “between complicity and embarrassment, and I think Berlusconi has crossed it.” . The question now, he says, is whether the prime minister will cross the line between embarrassment and disgust. Which brings us to a final reason why people vote for Berlusconi: “There is no alternative.”

(JIWON: Dear Sir… My Dearest Sir Berlusconi…
Unfortunately, I have to agree with this Inter-Ultra… because I know “Medieval Signore” Gianpaolo Tarantini, “Medieval Signore” Lele Mora, “Medieval Signore” Emilio Fede, and Their Dirty-Looking Whores shall NEVER give up. How come I’ve never heard of any of them get jail sentence? All of them have been investigated by prosecutors for alleged corruption and abetting prostitution… and THEIR choice of street hookers are getting dirtier and dirtier…

If I were a member of Italian justice system, which supports Gianfranco Fini (Future & Freedom) or Pier Luigi Bersani (Democratic Party) or Luca di Montezemolo, who will step down Ferrari president to pursue political career or even Gianni Letta, who was mentioned as possible successor to Berlusconi ahead of confidence vote, I would NEVER create a chance to meet them in court. I think “FEDE & Co.” have already known this.

Anyway, this is an introduction of my next writing. Let’s enjoy watching how Sir Berlusconi solves his own problem all by himself… until I finish my planned writings. As I said before, Mr. Fini has already received a green light on this issue. I with EVERYBODY a good luck. 🙂 )

(Updated on DECEMBER 17, 2010) – P.S.

Italy’s Berlusconi says will see out his term Dec 17, 2010 / By uk.reuters.com
Silvio Berlusconi Gives 37 Rings to His Female Politicians Dec 17, 2010 / By thirdage.com
US Pressured Italy to Influence Judiciary Dec 17, 2010 / By spiegel.de

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PART-3: “La Nuova Fidanzata Di Berlusconi? What About This Computer Work? Time To Claim Berlusconi’s Money & Attention.

(Updated on JANUARY 17, 2011)

La nuova fidanzata di Silvio Berlusconi Jan 16, 2011 / By net1news.org
Berlusconi: “Volontà persecutoria” vs. Fini: chiarisca tutto dai magistrati Jan 16, 2011 / By LaRepubblica

(JIWON: WOW!!! Therefore… Is there ANOTHER female, who has been taking advantage of my hard working? When Ms. Lario filed for her divorce, I couldn’t understand why, and I said so. Then, I could never understand her moral(?) reason whenever she used Berlusconi’s political rivals to ask more sizeable divorce payout. Hasn’t this disgusting(!) lifestyle allowed Berlusconi’s second wife to receive her lifelong financial benefit? I understand a desperate wife trying to defame Italian Prime Minister via Murdoch and Italian Leftists’ International media. It never bothers me. But how come she can ask more money while doing this hilarious job? She herself claimed that her dignity was damaged by Berlusconi’s lifestyle, without which she could have never enjoyed a taste of money & power. Therefore… Marry a millionaire, Berlusconi tells woman! (May 15, 2008) Italian Leftists, females in particular, can never insult Berlusconi’s remark, as long as they support this mysterious divorce affair.

Now, I truly envy this NEW figure and I forever blame my political identity, which was confirmed by Holy Berlusconi. The Hilarious Berlusconi: Left Has Uglier Women! (Apr 20, 2008) 😉 The most terrific Berlusconi-joke that I’ve ever heard of. Since I could never change IT, my only choice was to express my willingness to sub for the role of Late Rosa Bossi (1911-2008). 🙂 Since then, I’ve had a terrific time following Silvio’s oomph-adventure, as much as I worried impotent Italian Prime Minister, whose heavy schedule definitely needed entertainment on a regular basis. I thought that the idea to receive Brazilian pole/lap dance was terrific, although I myself judged that it would have been better if IT didn’t happen during his foreign trip. But still, I was impressed by the fact that Sir Berlusconi never loses his business mind in whatever situation, even during this Brazilian treatment.

Now, I feel that my current role is threatened by this NEW female character. Then, I have to make one thing very clear.

Dear Sir… My Dearest Sir Berlusconi,
You know that my portion of money is definitely bigger than that of your NEW one. I rescued you from EVERY situation, even though you ruined IT again. 😦 Please ask your exquisite charismatic Marina if there is something wrong with my financial claim. That’s the only thing that I want to ask of you. And I believe in you on this issue. To be honest, when Ruby scandal broke some time ago, my private feeling was… right in-between, because I knew that my portion of money will grow if I solve this. But I didn’t want to work for this, because I wanted to make Sir Berlusconi finish his political life as honorable as possible. I can work for Sir Berlusconi in whatever situation, but I never work for Emilio or Fede or whatever… They are never my favorite type.

And then, I am surprised to know that your NEW one doesn’t allow THIS. Hum… Unlike this anonymous, very moral female, I would allow all your bunga-bungas. Those female guests will have to appear in nude, or they will hide the recorders anywhere in their underwear and manipulate the scene. Then, I would make an official&commercial porn video to record all their faking orgasm so that those very-females shall never claim to be disgusted by old moron Berlusconi. When this so-called orgy is over, “Exact Amount of Money Plus Dildo” will be distributed with a strict advice. “Practice More.” In my humble opinion, Berlusconi’s only mistake was to give them what they didn’t deserve. Kaka’s transfer fee of €8.5M could be “Peanuts” for Billionaire B. But it can certainly orchestrate all those females’ big mouth.)

Silvio gave me a diamond necklace and £70,000 car says his Moroccan ‘bunga bunga’ girl Oct 31, 2010 / By dailymail.co.uk
(…) When contacted by the Daily Mail yesterday, Ruby said: ‘How much are you going to pay me? I want to be paid. I will tell you everything that happened from A to Z but you have to make me an offer first.’ (…)

Call girl claims Italian PM held sex and drugs parties Nov 3, 2010 / By dailymail.co.uk
(…) Prostitute claims to have received jewels and 5,000 euros (£4,400) each time she slept with the prime minister. Describing the Jacuzzi scene, she said: ‘The girls were lining up and Berlusconi was in there and said “next”. ‘Sometimes we would all be in there having sex. … On her Facebook pages she describes men as her only interest and makes several comments about Mr Berlusconi – all negative. Prostitute says she met the prime minister through his friend Emilio Fede, a 79-year-old TV news presenter who is already under investigation for allegedly procuring prostitutes. (…)

Call girl claims Italian PM held sex and drugs parties Nov 3, 2010 / By dailymail.co.uk
Talkbacks for this article 2
Comment-Lola (17 year old immigrant A level student who loves God), Coventry, 03/11/2010 17:42: He must be using some STRONG Viagra.
Comment-JohnG, Chandlers Ford, 03/11/2010 17:29: He’s a bit of a lad isn’t he. I hope I am like him when I reach his age.

(JIWON: I promise. Those very-females will still claim to be VIPs of Berlusconi’s bunga-bunga whenever they are caught after violating Italian Constitution or Common Sense. STRONG Viagra to assist Berlusconi’s Pacemaker? Why worry? I can make every affair public and sell those porn videos and raise government fund to help “Aquila Earthquake Victims”. This business will also help those prostitutes to hide anysh*t but the truth especially when they should appear in the Leftist Court…

Well, this was part of my planned writing, although I never planned to help Sir Berlusconi on this issue. I wanted to finish this computer work with Minor-Scandal, because this comical happening reminded me of du Pre’s miserable life while her healthy husband Daniel Barenboim was seduced by Kremer’s young second in Paris, whose father happened to be a Russian Jobseeker Bashkirov. Weird is that this Italian Minor’s parents now try to miss this golden opportunity to make her daughter the icon of Berlusconi-media after Ruby’s appearance. I thought I could easily finish everything before February. Now, I am just tired out, and want to finish it as soon as possible and want to live where I can keep this work.

I think I am almost done with football part. I am really proud of this work, and I still don’t want to skip Dinho’s part, because I want to watch this Brazilian World Cup 2014. Still… I want to finish this computer work with Berlusconi’s Minor-Scandal.)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mara_Carfagna
(…) La Bella Mara has been vocal on certain issues, such as the level of crime … In September 2008, Carfagna introduced a new law making street prostitution a crime, with fines for both clients and prostitutes. The bill was her first major initiative as a minister. She said that at present in Italy, “as in the great majority of Western countries”, brothels and the exploitation of prostitutes by pimps were illegal but prostitution as such was not. She described street prostitution as a “shameful phenomenon”. Carfagna was criticized by prostitutes’ representatives and other charities for introducing the bill. (…)

(JIWON: Let’s hope that this disgusting Ruby scandal could help Berlusconi’s female politician La Bella Mara to make history on this issue. I’ve read that in Italy, Berlusconi’s Minor Scandal only helped this Italian minor to catch public attention to start her professional career, just as her parents planned, because Italian public streets are full of teenager prostitutes and Italian voters don’t quite care about this news. I’ve read this article months ago, but I remember that it was written a couple of years ago. Since then, I just couldn’t understand all those Italian magistrates, whose obsession with Berlusconi make them blind and unable to see what’s happening on the public streets elsewhere in ITALY. This is THEIR country, not Berlusconi’s. Right?)

Silvio Berlusconi denies sex allegations with statement of ‘stable’ relationship Jan 17, 2011 / By Guardian & ALL kinds of international media

(JIWON: One more thing…
Hard to believe that there is a female around Berlusconi, who doesn’t welcome media attention. But… If so… If Berlusconi family want to protect her identity…
Why don’t you use my media fame? I just need more money. For more than a decade, I begged and begged them to publish my name, my Chicago fame, my Barenboim story, and all those disgusting behaviors of Barenboim’s Angels/Whores. Whenever it comes to my issue, they, especially Murdoch’s Media and Cultural Guardian, made a perfect ensemble to ZIP their mouth. They just don’t know how to write about this computer work, while those very-professionals, music critics and musicologists in particular, were busy at stealing my hard working… in order to feed their professional EGO. Just in case…
)

(Updated on JANUARY 22, 2011) – P.S.

Silvio Berlusconi: ‘I would have to be Superman to have 24 girls’ Jan 19, 2011 / By telegraph.co.uk

Berlusconi’s party girls driven by ambitious parents: reports Jan 21, 2011 / By dailystar.com.lb

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PART-4: All The Disgusting Happenings Since The Death Of Berlusconi’s Mother Are Correlated. Starting From Ms. Lario’s Divorce Affair, Which Believe In Berlusconi’s Political Rivals & Leftists’ Justice System. Interesting.

(Updated on JANUARY 22, 2011)

E’ morta Rosa, madre di Berlusconi Il Cavaliere: “Ringrazio tutti” Feb 3, 2008 / By repubblica.it

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mara_Carfagna
(…) In September 2008, Carfagna introduced a new law making street prostitution a crime … Carfagna was criticized by prostitutes’ representatives and other charities for introducing the bill. (…)

(JIWON: I may by wrong… however…
These information had to be added, because I couldn’t make my writing fluent without them. But then, I realized something more after finishing this previous writing. Always… I realize something important whenever I finish my naïve posting, and then, I have to write MORE. I hate this.

I find that all the disgusting happenings since E’ morta Rosa, madre di Berlusconi Il Cavaliere (Feb 3, 2008) are correlated. It’s been months that I realized the real reason behind Ms. Lario’s legal decision, especially during the Prime Minister’s high time, was an inheritance-battle, because Berlusconi’s Minor Scandal actually meant nothing to her life, if she really loved her man. Now, I’m suspecting if Ms. Lario believed that the absence of Rosa Bossi (1911-2008) would allow her to take more part of Berlusconi’s fortune from Marina and PierSilvio. Then, I think Sir Berlusconi already knew this and this is why he told them like that. Then… I worry Barbara the most. She will have to work harder than ever in order to build Berlusconi-Stadium, if her reason of joining AC-Milan was to learn CEO’s working skills.

I don’t understand why her name always pops up whenever Politician/Businessman Berlusconi is dying. I also don’t understand why her minds/desires are easily read… via media… which is via her private(?) friends’ big mouth. If she believed that Marina didn’t allow her stepsister in her territory merely because of her hatred of Ms. Lario’s family, she will fail. Still, it looks as if she regarded Berlusconi’s AC-Milan as a charity institution, which sole aim is to honor The Princess’ generous personality. At AC-Milan, she will have to learn lots of working skills, starting from how to read her employees’ smile, how to interpret her followers’ praise, and how to smell the atmosphere in her office. The moment she knows how to pick up no one’s sycophant as her ally, Marina wouldn’t be able to refuse her father’s any requests about Barbara. Anyway, I hope Ms. Barbara to learn what she should learn at AC-Milan. This was part of my birthday present to Sir Berlusconi. I failed to finish it in time, though.)

Silvio Berlusconi denies sex allegations with statement of ‘stable’ relationship Jan 17, 2011 / By Guardian & ALL kinds of international media

(JIWON: Days have passed, and absolutely no one is talking about this. 🙂 )

Former Dental hygienist Nicole Minetti ‘organized lesbian romps’ for Berlusconi Jan 20, 2011 / By Times of India
Berlusconi’s parties shocked even strippers Jan 20, 2011 / By National Post (blog)
(…) One of the women was Nicole Minetti, 25, an English-Italian former showgirl turned dental hygienist who was propelled into politics by the Prime Minister. “She had her breasts out and she was kissing Berlusconi continuously; what a whorehouse,” Mr. Ferrigno (the former head of police intelligence) said. (…)

(JIWON: Instead, this female politician has become media’s darling. Weird. Because this is not Berlusconi’s favorite female type.)

Women lining up to marry me: Italian PM Berlusconi Sep 21, 2010 / By ndtv.com
(…) Berlusconi also claimed during his speech on Sunday that women favour older men saying that “he’s old. He dies and I inherit.” (…)

(JIWON: Now, I understand the reason of THIS Silvio. I remember this, because I had to laugh while reading THIS Silvio, who looked hilarious but real serious. Now, please imagine ALL those females’ busy working with their breasts out. Former Dental Hygienist? This is the very female, who claimed that she had to work as a showgirl because she had to earn money for her study, and didn’t welcome media’s intensive interest in her showgirl career. This is the very female, who certainly has more breasts to show off than her face.)

Berlusconi was ‘cash machine’ for skimpily dressed showgirls Jan 21, 2011 / By Argentina Star
Italy’s Prime Minister Berlusconi Doesn’t Discriminate: Lady Loves Include Latinas Jan 20, 2011 / By Hispanically Speaking News

Italians split on accusations against prime minister Jan 20, 2011 / By CNN
Women say ‘enough!’ to Berlusconi Jan 20, 2011 / By The Press Association
More than 2,000 Italian women, including politicians and actresses, have signed an online petition telling premier Silvio Berlusconi that not all women in Italy are prostitutes or showgirls, in response to his encounters with a teenage Ruby. (…)

(JIWON: Therefore… this has to be Berlusconi’s only conclusion, because he’s never doubted that More than 2,000 Italian women, including politicians and actresses, who say ‘enough!’ to Berlusconi would behave just like this WHORE, Former Dental Hygienist.)

(… Female Nicole Minetti (Whorehouse) … Male Emilio Fede (Prostitution) … Male Lele Mora (Prostitution) … Male Denis Verdini (L’Aquila) … )

Intercepted Phone Calls Prove Berlusconi’s Guilt Jan 20, 2011 / By World News Heard now

Berlusconi Sex Scandal: Ruby Tells Her Story Jan 20, 2011 / By time.com
(…) In one testimony, a woman who had once been friends with El Mahroug recounted to prosecutors how the young Moroccan had told her she often went to Berlusconi’s home, danced and had sex with him, and received a lot of money in return. (…) In another conversation, taped in October, she tells her boyfriend at the time that she told “Silvio” she wanted €5 million as compensation for having her name sullied and that the Prime Minister had agreed: “He called me himself, telling me, ‘Ruby, I’ll give you as much money as you want … I’ll cover you in gold. But the important thing is that you hide everything. Don’t tell anybody anything.’

(JIWON: Weird is that they never publish Berlusconi’s conversation with Ruby. They only publish Rubin’s conversation with others, including her boyfriend. A boyfriend, who likes to listen to his girl’s prostitution and money? This is a common sense. First of all, taping phone-conversation has been in hot water elsewhere in Italy, and all the Italian voters, criminals in particular, know their daily phone-conversation will likely be recorded. Then… this female, called Ruby, was busy at updating her Facebook and trying to appeal to her public, citing a death threat. What does it mean? In another story, (police) officials record their own conversation and report it as the evidence. Did I misunderstand something?

I am now suspecting if THIS, including Ruby-scandal, was a systematic strategy organized by “Prostitute Representatives, Justice System, Fini, and The Rest”. If so… I truly pity Sir Berlusconi having fallen victim to THIS after hilariously enjoying THIS. If so… I seriously hope PM Berlusconi to overcome THIS, re-organize his government, and finish his Presidential Reform. Early election can be one option. I doubt, however. Will he be able to do this? I doubt.)

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PART-5: When A Single Guy Runs “La Bella Italia,” Where Berlusconi’s Hard-Working Female Politicians Are Furious At This Political Terminology, “The Bordello State”… Therefore, CM Sandro Bondi Survives No-Confidence Vote.

(Updated on JANUARY 26, 2011)

The Bordello State: Italy’s descent under Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi Sep 14, 2010 / By foreignpolicy.com, James Walston
(…) It’s a shame Berlusconi is so preoccupied with his own survival, because his country is in big trouble. Italy’s relative decline began almost 20 years ago (…) So is Italy once again “enslaved,” as Dante lamented 700 years ago? And is Italy a brothel instead of queen of her own provinces? A new book by a Princeton University scholar argues that Italy is very much the bordello. (…) Last week, a center-right deputy in Fini’s group accused some of her fellow MPs of having prostituted themselves to get into Parliament. She withdrew the statement immediately (even though a deputy from Berlusconi’s party said that he saw nothing untoward if anyone had), but in any case Veronica Lario, Berlusconi’s second wife, and the Fini think tank FareFuturo had made the same point in April of last year. The real point, though, is that the problem is not that some women got into Parliament through a bedroom; it is that men and women, journalists and professionals, have given up their minds and principles rather than their bodies. Dante is oft quoted here for good reason.

(JIWON: This American media is not like Murdoch’s British media and their British slaves. I remember that some valuable articles about Israel-Palestine were from this magazine. Now, I find that the author is a British intellectual, who is holding his professorship at the university in Italy. And unlike this British author, my fundamental problem was this sentence: “some women got into Parliament through a bedroom”. Who are they? Whose bedroom? Bordello(Whorehouse)-Parliament? Isn’t this a case of LIBEL for Italian female politicians, such as Milan Mayor Letizia Moratti? I am a female and I am serious. So… Have I worked for http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bordello?)

The Truth About Italy Sep 14, 2010 / By foreignpolicy.com, Giulio Terzi
Ambassador to the United States Giulio Terzi responds to James Walston.

(JIWON: Please imagine. How did Italy’s official answer sound like? It made me want to vomit. Am I the only one?)

Centre-right deputy, Giorgio Stracquadanio, declares PROSTITUTION ‘normal’ in politics Sep 15, 2010 / By irishtimes.com
Women should use bodies to get ahead in politics, says Berlusconi ally Giorgio Stracquadanio Sep 15, 2010 / By Telegraph
A close ally of Silvio Berlusconi has provoked a furious debate on sexism in politics after saying that women wanting to be elected to parliament should use their bodies to kick-start their careers. (…) His remarks were strongly condemned across the political spectrum in Italy, with MPs describing them as “nauseating”, “misogynist” and “vulgar and unacceptable”. Alessandra Mussolini, the granddaughter of the late fascist leader, said the comments were “a total disaster”. (…) Mara Carfagna and Michela Brambilla have in the past stridently denied that their political appointments were a result of their good looks, and none of the women wanted to offer any comment on Mr Stracquadanio’s insinuations. Mr Stracquadanio, a member of the prime minister’s People of Freedom Party, later tried to backpedal on his controversial comments. (…) Mr Stracquadanio also came under attack from MPs within his own party. Barbara Saltamartini said she felt “indignation”, while another, Beatrice Lorenzin, accused him of undermining the credibility of female MPs. His remarks fuelled a debate which began last week, when a female MP suggested that some women in parliament had “prostituted themselves” to secure political appointments. Angela Napoli, a government MP in a breakaway faction led by Gianfranco Fini, a former ally of Mr Berlusconi, said that she would “not exclude” the possibility that some female MPs and senators had been elected after “prostituting themselves”.

House Speaker Fini Seeks `Dialogue’ With Veltroni After Berlusconi Split Sep 16, 2010 / By bloomberg.com

(JIWON: Therefore, this was part of scandal. I now find that THIS has met with a furious response from the FEMALE politicians in Bordello(Whorehouse)-Parliament. But still, Italy was Bordello(Whorehouse)-Parliament, according to Ambassador to the United States, Giulio Terzi.)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giorgio_Stracquadanio
In 2006 he is elected MP … As a MP, he rejected a proposal for diminishing of MP’s salary and benefits. … In 2008 general elections, he is not elected but receives the seat of Cristiana Muscardini who opts for the European Parliament. (…)

(JIWON: Nevertheless, there is no way for Sir Berlusconi to know WHY this MALE politician failed to receive enough supports from his ITALIAN VOTERS. Or he’s never behaved like below… even after Fini’s betrayal.)

Former Dental hygienist Nicole Minetti ‘organized lesbian romps’ for Berlusconi Jan 20, 2011 / By Times of India
Berlusconi’s parties shocked even strippers Jan 20, 2011 / By National Post (blog)
(…) One of the women was Nicole Minetti, 25, an English-Italian former showgirl turned dental hygienist who was propelled into politics by the Prime Minister. “She had her breasts out and she was kissing Berlusconi continuously; what a whorehouse,” Mr. Ferrigno (the former head of police intelligence) said. (…)

Women lining up to marry me: Italian PM Berlusconi Sep 21, 2010 / By ndtv.com

Berlusconi loses support after jokes Sep 21, 2010 / By Telegraph.co.uk

(JIWON: Therefore, Italian Prime Minister has also lost support. I now find that they ALL happened during the same period. (… I now know Politician Nicole Minetti’s Prostitution happened months before…) Well, there were more scandals during this period, and I was too busy/tired to follow all of them. I know what caused Berlusconi’s Hitler-joke. It was after Italian PM Berlusconi tried to stop Israeli Netanyahu government’s Jewish Settlement. But I was too tired to do this work.)

Italy debates morality of investigative TV programmes Oct 13, 2010 / By italymag.co.uk
(…) 15-yr-old Sarah disappeared on August 26th … and the search for her made daily headlines, with President Napolitano appealing to the public to come forward with information. Last Wednesday, as Sarah’s mother was interviewed on “Chi l’ha visto?”, presenter told MOTHER … that Sarah’s body had been found. Minutes later MOTHER was told that Sarah’s UNCLE had confessed to the murder. MOTHER, in a state of obvious shock, said that she could not understand what was happening. It was not until eleven minutes after the news broke that presenter asked for a pause in the show. Now, as investigations continue, Italians are expressing their shock and disgust at the way the programme handled the situation. (…)

(JIWON: Interestingly, ANOTHER scandal happened in-between, even though it has nothing to do with Sir Berlusconi. I don’t remember how I got this article. I think… this was when PM Berlusconi was threatened by “Fini & Confidence-Vote” so much that President Napolitano had to express his own opinion that Italy was in a dire situation and should not go into the early election. I think I wanted to find this article and this was what I got instead. Nevertheless, the age of the girl and the way she was murdered and the way her tragic death was informed hooked me. Isn’t this a typical phenomenon of Bordello(Whorehouse)-Parliament, in which Prostute/Politician Nicole Minetti is going to receive the SEAT even if she is NOT elected?)

Berlusconi’s babes’ ‘vicious catfight’ shakes up coalition Nov 23, 2010 / By Sify

Carfagna alla Mussolini, vaiassa, serva o prostituta? Nov 23, 2010 / By ultimenotizie.tv
Donne che demoliscono le donne [=Women who demolish women] Nov 23, 2010 / By LeiWeb (Blog)

(JIWON: Whether THIS WORD means “maid” or “b*tch” or “dishonest woman” or “servant” or “waitress” or “whore” or “prostitute”, THIS FEMALE did a terrific job. Who do you think THIS FEMALE is? Some say Berlusconi’s Mara Carfagna, while others say Berlusconi’s Alessandra Mussolini. What is my private opinion? I thought it was Berlusconi’s Mara Carfagna until I re-read this article, Women should use bodies to get ahead in politics, says Berlusconi ally Giorgio Stracquadanio (Sep 15, 2010). I’m now confused.)

Italy Cabinet darling turns back on the party Nov 21, 2010 / By Scotsman
(…) Miss Carfagna’s decision came after she was photographed by fellow MP Alessandra Mussolini talking to a colleague of Mr Fini, prompting suggestions she was (…) Mr Berlusconi was said to be disappointed over her decision and even called her begging her to change her mind, but when she refused he told aides: “I created her and this is how she repays me.” (…)

(JIWON: Nevertheless, it was the best example of Bordello(Whorehouse)-Parliament and Berlusconi’s Alessandra Mussolini proved it after throwing a sh*t to her male colleague, who confirmed Berlusconi’s Italy as Bordello(Whorehouse)-Parliament. Then, I found out that countless Italian voters, females in particular, were ready to follow Mara Carfagna, in case she betrays her GOD. (…I forgot to save this article…) But still… I promise that there is still no way for God Berlusconi to figure out why Italian voters are ready to support her political decision.

What was her reason? Lack of debate among Berlusconi’s politicians. This was her official reason, although I strongly suspected if she had been sick of being treated as an icon of Bordello(Whorehouse)-Parliament. This is how the International Media has been reporting, whenever Berlusconi’s another scandal broke and the female subjects were getting younger, dirtier, and greedier. In short, Politician/Prostitute Nicole Minetti was a copycat of La Bella Mara, in the eyes of international society. And then… as if to rub salt into the wound, this female politician was becoming a target of Berlusconi-haters whenever Sir Berlusconi failed to keep quiet: Italian PM says it’s better to love beautiful women than be gay (Nov 3, 2010))

http://www.google.com/search?q=Berlusconi+Ruby
(…) Ruby said: ‘How much are you going to pay me? I want to be paid. I will tell you everything that happened from A to Z but you have to make me an offer first.’ (…) Ruby said: ‘Silvio’s problem is that he invites people he doesn’t know into his home. He should be aware of the consequences. He has had problems in the past. He can’t be indiscreet with people he doesn’t know. … I was sat next to Silvio. We talked about everything except politics and he made fun of the opposition leader Pier Luigi Bersani.’ … Before I left he took me upstairs in his office – he knew about my problems (illegally in Italy) and he wanted to help me – and gave me €7,000 saying he wasn’t a bad man. (…) In two phone calls intercepted last September, Ruby repeatedly asked for money from Berlusconi’s accountant. “I’m in the —-,” she was recorded as saying. “He [Berlusconi] told me that he would be able to help me — but I haven’t heard from him. Anyway, I just need 5,000 euros ($6,700 Cdn).” (…)

http://www.google.com/search?q=Berlusconi+Prostitute+Macri
(…) Investigators had come across Macri in the context of a drug investigation which led to the arrest of Perla Genovesi (32), a former personal assistant to a senator from Mr Berlusconi’s Freedom Party (…) Macri said that she had sought the Prime Minister’s help but had been disappointed and had “made a mistake presenting myself as an escort. I should have said I want to do something on TV and become a showgirl”. (…) Macri claims to have received jewels and 5,000 euros (£4,400) each time she slept with the prime minister. … Jacuzzi scene … On her Facebook pages she describes men as her only interest and makes several comments about Mr Berlusconi – all negative. (…) Macri said she saw the teenager dancing topless and drunk around a pole in “bunga bunga”. … “I was with Ruby at the villa and I was witness to sex scenes with the prime minister. Ruby and I were personally paid by Berlusconi €5,000 each.” (…)

http://www.google.com/search?q=Berlusconi+Prostitute+Sorcinelli
(…) Sorcinelli reportedly moved to America in the hope of furthering her career … But she struggled to break into American television and returned to Milan. (…) Wiretapped conversations recorded by investigators revealed Sorcinelli and other women asking for large payments of money from Mr Berlusconi’s accountant (…)

http://www.google.com/search?q=Berlusconi+Prostitute+Guerra
(…) Guerra, a model, went on a spending spree with money she received from the politician, buying 25 pairs of shoes in a week. (…)

(JIWON: Weird is that all those very-females never plan to return Berlusconi’s money when their testimonies contradict any words from Berlusconi. Shouldn’t the Leftists’ court rule that those prostitutes should return their money in case their customer is sent to jail? Aren’t they professionals? Isn’t this why the Prostitute representatives and OTHER CHARITIES trying to block Carfagna introducing her bill?

Weird. Am I the only one who suspected and came to conclusion that all those public interviews or phone-conversation, starting from Ruby’s, have been and still are carefully planned in order to receive more money? In recent days, internet connection was poor and those were all I could collect. I assume that the information above is “The Tip of an Iceberg”. Jesus Christ… while reading all those trashes, I couldn’t help thinking that… what if all those money could go to Italian dying opera houses, whose poor musicians can plan all kinds of music festivals solely dedicated to God Berlusconi? They can invite Brazilian lap dancers. Why not?)

http://www.google.com/search?q=Berlusconi+Ruby
(…) “Since the beginning of 2010 all the guests that came to my house in Arcore have been subject to continued phone tapping … Is it normal in a democracy that the prime minister can be subject to this type of control, to this spying?” Berlusconi asked (…)

Murdoch roped into phone tapping scandal Jan 24, 2011 / By techeye.net
Labour MPs question Cameron-Murdoch links ‎ Jan 24, 2011 / By thefirstpost.co.uk
Andrew Grice: Political damage from phone hacking Jan 24, 2011 / By gulftoday.ae
Rupert Murdoch’s arrogant empire must be reined in Jan 24, 2011 / By guardian.co.uk

(JIWON: Please imagine Murdoch’s British Media and their British slaves, the Leftists in particular. How have they reported this Italian case?)

http://www.google.com/search?q=Berlusconi+Ruby
(…) To his critics, the latest allegations are proof that Berlusconi is guilty of misconduct on a variety of fronts — including corruption and now crimes of a sexual nature. He has been investigated on at least 17 charges since his first time as prime minister in 1994. No charge has yet stuck. (…)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prime_Minister_of_Italy
May 10, 1994 – Jan 17, 1995 : Berlusconi
Jan 17, 1995 – Jun 11, 2001 : OTHERS
Jun 11, 2001 – May 17, 2006 : Berlusconi
May 17, 2006 – May 8, 2008 : OTHERS
May 8, 2008 – tonight : Berlusconi

As Italian firms fall victim to the recession, Mafia fills the void Jun 16, 2010 / By independent.co.uk

(JIWON: Of course, Italian Justice System is too busy to think of their Mafia business during Berlusconi regime. Weird is that they never work on their Berlusconi project whenever OTHERS are sleeping(!?) in their Prime Minister’s office. 🙂 Wasn’t it easier for them to send this criminal into jail while he was not having power? Weird… 😉 )

Ms. Lario’s Favorite Novel: Author Says Tragedy Inspired Her To Write For Women Jun 16, 2010 / By express.co.uk
(…) Her Italian sales received a notable boost when Veronica Lario publicly identified herself with one of characters. … wrote Lario in an open letter to Italian newspaper La Repubblica, which is Berlusconi’s Political Rival. She identified with Rose, a character in In The Beginning (1997) whose husband abruptly leaves her. … “I was asked did I think Mr Berlusconi should apologise? I said I certainly did! Veronica Lario was offended, hurt and humiliated. Berlusconi did apologise but the body language was interesting; it wasn’t much of an apology. I thought it was probably the first salvo in a rather expensive divorce campaign and so it has proved. It’s hugely gratifying when any reader gives you a response like that. There was the added bonus for me that it was so public. The books already sell well in Italy but it gave another layer of success which was very gratifying,” said the female author.

(JIWON: Meanwhile, Ms. Lario has become female victim in a famous novel. A win-win business for both females. I would say.)

Veronica Lario, Berlusconi’s Wife, Files For Divorce Citing … May 3, 2009 / By huffingtonpost.com

Silvio Berlusconi calls on Veronica Lario to apologise amid… May 4, 2009 / By guardian.co.uk

(JIWON: Weird is that it is was Berlusconi, who demanded apology.)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Veronica_Lario
(…) she retired from acting after meeting Silvio Berlusconi. Married on 15 December 1990, Berlusconi and Lario have three children together. In the 80s, before the birth of the first-born daughter Barbara (b.1984), Lario terminated an earlier pregnancy with an induced abortion, in order not to (…)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silvio_Berlusconi
In 1965, he married Dall’Oglio. By 1980, Berlusconi had established a relationship with the actress Veronica Lario. He was divorced from Dall’Oglio in 1985, and married Lario in 1990. (…)

Ms. Lario’s Favorite Novel: Author Says Tragedy Inspired Her To Write For Women Jun 16, 2010 / By express.co.uk
(…) Ms. Lario identified with Rose, a character in In The Beginning (1997) whose husband abruptly leaves her. (…)

The Bordello State: Italy’s descent under Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi Sep 14, 2010 / By foreignpolicy.com, James Walston
(…) but in any case Veronica Lario, Berlusconi’s second wife, and the Fini think tank FareFuturo had made the same point in April of last year. (…)

Berlusconi’s wife wants $4.8m a month Oct 21, 2010 / By vancouversun.com

Women lining up to marry me: Italian PM Berlusconi Sep 21, 2010 / By ndtv.com
(…) Berlusconi also claimed during his speech on Sunday that women favour older men saying that “he’s old. He dies and I inherit.” (…)

(JIWON: Nevertheless, MONEY was everybody’s conclusion. And… “COSI FAN TUTTI”, according to MALE Berlusconi. By the way, I am now surprised at this possible(?) fact that it was Marina’s Mother, who abruptly left Sir Berlusconi, and that Barbara’s Mother had to take care of Lonely Berlusconi while Marina was still young. Therefore… I made my mind to help poor Barbara, who is determined to build Berlusconi-Stadium. 😉 )

Italian women mixed on sex scandal Jan 25, 2011 / By CNN

(JIWON: RUBY? Who the hell is this female? I promise that this name will mean nothing for the Italian voters, females in particular, even after Leftists’ legal verdict, if they have a hint of brain and thought. Didn’t they say “COSI FAN TUTTI“? Did countless 30-something-or-60-yr-old females claim that “Berlusconi represents them and should resign” or “Berlusconi insults all women and they don’t know how to teach young girls”? It will become nothing if there is a clear distinction between Berlusconi’s Whores and Berlusconi’s Female Politicians.)

Not just a pretty face: How Berlusconi’s hand-picked women have become political powers Jan 20, 2011 / By macleans.ca
(…) Over the past years, the prime minister’s penchant for appointing busty twentysomethings as political candidates also landed Nicole Minetti (…) But to the surprise of many … Mara Carfagna is now one of the most popular politicians in her native Campania, and is rumoured to be a credible candidate as the next mayor of Naples. “Mara Carfagna is unlikely to fade away should Berlusconi’s patronage come to an end,” said Marco Tarchi, a professor of political science at the University of Florence.

(JIWON: Let’s make a list. Let’s prepare…)

(Updated on JANUARY 27, 2011) – P.S.

Silvio Berlusconi loyalist Sandro Bondi survives no-confidence vote Jan 27, 2011 / By telegraph.co.uk

(JIWON: Therefore… Sandro Bondi finally(!) survived. 😉 Hum… 🙂 I used to think that the REAL reason behind “The Sacking of Berlusconi’s Cultural Minister” was not Pompeii-something but the fact that he was a true stuff inside Berlusconi-circle. Anyway…)

http://www.google.com/search?q=Nicole+Minetti+September

(JIWON: I’m in shock now… WOW… I didn’t know THAT. ALL those Bunga-Bunga-Girls wanted to ELECT this PROSTITUTE as Their First Lady and find their place in Minetti’s Parliament. By now… Marina’s Father must have heard what Marina couldn’t tell her father… about how this Former-Dental-Hygienist-or-Dancer behaved behind his back. Now… I must know if this female has been Berlusconi’s NEW one… before finishing this part. IF SO… I must NOT work for Bordello(Whorehouse)-Parliament. I will have to finish this FOOTBALL part as quickly as possible and contact Italian embassy for my MONEY. 🙂 )

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PART-6: Italy To Celebrate Its 150th Anniversary Of Nationhood As “The Sick Man Of Europe”, Because Its Prime Minister Is Called “Cancer” By Murdoch-led International Media.

(Updated on JANUARY 29, 2011) too tired to finish “Minetti & Lerna”, though…

(JIWON: Just in case something tragic happens before I resume this work…)

http://www.google.com/search?q=Berlusconi+Bunga
(…) Berlusconi had told Mora that he liked women to “put on a stethoscope, a nurse’s blouse and, underneath, white stockings”. Mora told Prostitute-Bonasia: “He’ll enjoy it hugely . . . playing at being the patient!” (…)

(JIWON: So far… any information but THIS sounds useless to me. I now really regret to fail to save one article. At that moment, I thought this tiny information was unnecessary, but then, this unique scene has haunted me. When I tried to find it again, this tiny information was gone. It was while Sir Berlusconi was in a hospital after “The Attack”. Everybody was surprised at Patient Berlusconi and worried after he told them to leave him alone. Now, this information perfectly explains my curiosity. Isn’t this a simple symptom of…?)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silvio_Berlusconi
6 January 2002 – 14 November 2002 : Minister of Foreign Affairs
3 July 2004 – 16 July 2004 : Minister of Economy & Finance
10 March 2006 – 17 May 2006 : Minister of Health
5 May 2010 – 4 October 2010 : Minister of Productive Activities

(JIWON: No one would believe me, if I say… But I believe what I believe and it was what made me able to keep this computer work without taking a byway. Believe or not, SEX is an important part of HEALTH for this Italian guy. No less, no more. Whenever Berlusconi’s sex-scandal broke, I wanted to ask Italian Justice System, along with Italian Media, about WHY. Now, everybody has heard of even private conversation on Berlusconi’s mobile phone. Everybody knows how crazy those FEMALES have been. They all testify “F*ck-Next-F*ck-Next”. They even talk about Viagra. Then, according to the British media, this Italian guy doesn’t use condom. Please check all their articles, or perhaps Murdoch’s, about “Italian Waltraud Meier”.

Then… how come… there is absolutely no claim that they are blessed with Berlusconi’s wrong ejaculation? According to Italian media, they are all crazy about having sex with this guy… because of money they will receive. They even took a risk to bring secret recorders or cameras to prepare more opportunity to draw cash from Berlusconi-bank. How much have they received? For young females, one-night-stand could easily result in Scandal-Baby. Twenty something years later, he/she could become another Barbara. Already now, Berlusconi family is in hot water on this issue, Inheritance-Battle. Is there a better opportunity for THEM to join Berlusconi-Family? I can’t understand what’s going on here.)

Italy will celebrate its 150th anniversary of nationhood as the sick man of Europe Jan 28, 2011 / By Vancouver Sun
It is a painful reality that as Italy prepares to celebrate on March 17 the 150th anniversary of its modern nationhood, after one of the greatest and longest wars of liberation and nation-building in the 19th century, it has become the sick man of Europe. That cancer in Italy’s political and public culture is, of course, personified by the 74-year-old prime minister, Silvio Berlusconi, who we now know is found repulsive even by the young and some allegedly under-aged women whose sexual services he is accused of buying. (…) The intercepted phone calls present a much more tawdry picture which may well rouse as intense feelings of disgust among Italians as were apparently felt by the young women summoned to Berlusconi’s “bunga bunga” parties. Nicole Minetti, a television showgirl turned dental hygienist who is now a councillor in Lombardy thanks to the prime minister’s patronage, says in one tape “He’s being a real piece of s—. He’s become old, fat and ugly. He’s just trying to save his own flabby a–.” Another young woman says of the villa parties: “It’s unimaginable what happens there. It’s a real whorehouse.” And a third says, “The old guy is really getting on my nerves.” (…)

(JIWON: All these sh*ts again… How come THEY never report what was from Minetti’s mouth? “I’ve got to brief you. There are various types of people: there’s the slut, there’s the South American who doesn’t speak Italian and who comes from the favelas [slums] . . . Don’t be shy!” or “That’s how it works, everyone has her moment and you mustn’t get upset when it ends.” Now, I find that “Minetti & Melania & Fraggioli & Co.” have behaved just like “Elena Bashkirova & Jerusalem/Berlin/Spanish/Arab sh*ts”. I am just sick of this female group.

And then, I must ask Sir Berlusconi, too. Has this nurse-game worked for him? I bet… It may have worked for several days, but no more. Because what he needs is not a nurse as his partner, but… Anyway, who would believe me, or what else will become important if Sir Berlusconi doesn’t agree with me? If his answer is NO, there is nothing for me to say more. And this is none of my business. I just hope NEW Mr. & Mrs. Berlusconi to enjoy their HEALTHY life all day and all night.

It would be terrific if I could receive more money in order to FINISH my BATTLE with INTERNATIONAL MEDIA. However, nothing will work if Berlusconi’s NEW one is one of THEM. Those f*cking international media will keep treating me as an insane b*tch, just as they did for more than a decade. I never want to fall into this scheme again. I just feel funny whenever I see…)

1. In Italy, the real problem is not Berlusconi’s sex-or-whatever-scandal. The real problem has been… NO other Italians work harder than 74-yr-old Berlusconi. And ALL Italian voters know this and are fed up with THE REST. They rather want to trust Berlusconi’s showgirls. Because they will work harder than THE REST… at the very least. However, they also know that there is a distinction between Berlusconi’s Whores and Females. This is why…

2. Some ago, “Gaddafi & Libya” was in hot water, both in Italy and Korea. Due to the tensed relationship between Korean government and Libya, I wanted to know all the details about Sir Berlusconi’s hot friendship with this Libyan leader. Then, something was weird. In Italy, even Berlusconi’s political rivals seemed to avoid insulting Sir Berlusconi on this issue. It was rather international media. Then, I found out that Sir Berlusconi was using his hot friendship on the issue of illegal immigrants in the most effective way. This scandal now seem to be over and I am still left with limited knowledge. By then, I was too tired to follow this scandal, which was part of Berlusconi’s sex-something. Thus, I couldn’t write a thing about THIS. But now… I am pretty sure that Prodi’s government made such a mess on this issue that they rather want to find something another to get their political rival trapped.

3. However, the funniest stuff I’ve read during Berlusconi scandal is Communist’s magazine. It was days or weeks ago when I found it, but too tired to save it. Now, it is impossible to find it again. Whatever it is, it is not my first time to find this Italian Far-Leftist’s media. The more Berlusconi becomes trapped into this scandal, the more those communists or Far-Leftists blamed their politicians for their inability. What does it mean? Interesting is that their current complaints sound worse than last time. What does it mean?

4. MURDOCH… MURDOCH & MEDIA & SKY-ITALIA … MURDOCH & FOOTBALL & SERIE-A …

(Updated on JANUARY 31, 2011) – P.S.

Thousands of women have gathered in downtown Milan Jan 29, 2011 / By Home Daily News

Brian Cathcart: Thinking Italian: UK is like Berlusconi without the whores Jan 29, 2011 / By Independent ‎
The phone-hacking scandal is no longer about who at the News of the World knew what was going on. We are a long way past that point. It is about how Britain is governed. (…) MURDOCH (…)

Cardinal tells Italian media to curb sex obsession Jan 29, 2011 / By AFP
A leading Catholic cardinal told the Italian media Saturday to curb their obsession with the sex scandal surrounding Silvio Berlusconi and criticised politicians for creating a “poisonous, violent climate.” (…) “Political information should not be limited to scandal-mongering,” Cardinal Dionigi Tettamanzi, Archbishop of Milan, told journalists at a celebration of the patron saint of journalists, Francis de Sales, Ansa news agency said. (…) Tettamanzi criticised press coverage of the scandal as “a hysterical depiction of reality,” adding that “this country’s real problems are certainly not the ones we’ve been reading about for months.” The scandal has already sparked fierce criticism from the Church and opposition parties, who called on the prime minister to defend himself in court rather than on television. (…)

QADHAFI, BERLUSCONI SIGN HISTORIC AGREEMENT Jan 31, 2011 / By Telegraph.co.uk

(JIWON: Therefore…)

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PART-7: Murdoch’s Italian Business Again! It Happens Whenever Murdoch’s British Media Believe In The Butterfly-Effect. It’ll Be Interesting To Check How Australian Murdoch Resumes His Berlusconi-Project On The Italian Tax-Something Issue.

(Updated on FEBRUARY 12, 2011) – this section will become independent posting… sooner or later…

Sky Italia agrees bundle deal with Fastweb broadband services Feb 1, 2011 / By FT
Sky Italia has signed a commercial agreement with internet provider Fastweb bundling Sky’s satellite television offering with Fastweb’s broadband package, the latest step in its intensifying competition with Mediaset, the media group owned by Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi. The agreement comes after a stand-off between Sky Italia, the Italian unit of Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp, and Mediaset, controlled by Mr Berlusconi’s media holding company Fininvest, has escalated since Brussels in July gave Sky Italia the green light to compete for digital terrestrial frequencies. The decision was opposed by Mediaset and RAI, and criticised by the Italian government. (…) Unlike in the UK, where Sky Italia’s sister company BSkyB offers broadband as part of its package of services, Sky Italia has stayed away from direct involvement in Italy’s broadband sector. The deal with Fastweb will enable greater interaction between TV and internet services, the companies said.

(JIWON: There you go. The moment International media called Italian Prime Minister a “Cancer”, British Murdoch was successful in their Italian business project. JULY in 2010? I think this computer work also reported this happening. In recent months, there was no time to check Murdoch’s British media, which bid farewell to Google. But who else would resume their Berlusconi-project if Murdoch’s media and their British slaves didn’t? I only wish I could make THEM into the LEGAL case.)

Brian Cathcart: Thinking Italian: UK is like Berlusconi without the whores Jan 29, 2011 / By Independent ‎
The phone-hacking scandal is no longer about who at the News of the World knew what was going on. We are a long way past that point. It is about how Britain is governed. Think of it this way: the operations of Rupert Murdoch’s companies in the UK invite comparison with Silvio Berlusconi’s Italy, a place we are used to viewing either with horror or with amused contempt. It could never happen here, you may think. But let’s look at Britain today as an Italian might see it. Murdoch, it hardly needs saying, owns four British national newspapers and a big slice of BSkyB, and he’s bidding to buy the rest of BSkyB. He and his son James are the country’s most powerful media figures. (…) Successive governments have grovelled to the Murdochs, apparently because of the influence the papers have on public opinion and because of their magnetic wealth. But in the past few months, MPs have also spoken of fear that if they criticise Murdoch companies, their private lives will be attacked in those papers. This seems the most likely reason why several senior politicians whose phones are known to have been hacked have taken no legal action. That hacking was done, as we know, by employees of the Murdochs (…) The country’s biggest police force conducted an investigation, but failed to act … The Press Complaints Commission also failed to challenge the company, while most of the rest of the press either ignored the story or insisted it didn’t matter. And then there was Britain’s large and increasingly powerful mobile phone industry … Politics, the police, the media and the phone industry, all tangled in what an Italian might well consider to be a web of systemic corruption. Only the prostitutes are missing. (…)

(JIWON: Whether this British media used to function as tabloid or not, this is what they report… especially after my announcement of “Finishing My Battle With International Media”. But then… shouldn’t Italian Berlusconi be treated as a Victim, if they REALLY wanted to report British Murdoch as Contributor? This is called British Media.)

Who makes the news? Feb 5, 2011 / By stabroeknews.com
(…) In recent months, the question of media ownership and who pulls the strings has come to the fore in the UK. News International (the huge media corporation, which owns a fleet of newspapers, TV stations and publishing houses across the world) has been the subject of many column inches partly because Mr Murdoch’s company is facing charges of trying to create a monopoly in its acquisition of the remaining portion of BSkyB. Then a week ago, two football presenters left Sky, the TV arm of the Murdoch empire. One was fired for sexist remarks about a female linesman. After footage of a similar incident involving the other, Richard Keys, was released to the press by Sky Sports (and aired on Sky News), Mr Keys resigned citing “dark forces” at work within the corporation. It is significant that, while none of these incidents occurred on air (‘live’ so-to-speak), they were deemed worthy of censure only after they had been publicised. In another news story … PHONE-TAPPING (…) BERLUSCONI (…)

(JIWON: Meanwhile, another happening at Murdoch’s British Headquarters. It is significant that, while none of these incidents occurred on air (‘live’ so-to-speak), they were deemed worthy of censure only after they had been publicized. It is… This is called “ENGLAND”.)

Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp closes in on daughter’s Shine Television Feb 9, 2011 / By guardian.co.uk
(…) Bringing Elisabeth back inside News Corp – albeit with responsibility for a smaller business than her younger brother James – puts her closer to the heart of decision-making at the media group, which has been hit by allegations of phone hacking at the News of the World. (…)

(JIWON: Another happening… Then… It’s comment section was what hooked me. Australian Murdoch and Tax? T-A-X? Hasn’t it always been Murdoch’s British Media’s favorite issue on Italian Berlusconi?)

Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp closes in on daughter’s Shine Television Feb 9, 2011 / By guardian.co.uk
Talkbacks for this article 14
Comment-chrisbarrie / 9 February 2011 2:27PM: Tidying up the family businesses ahead of the sucession, presumably. Interesting.
Comment-woldsgardener / 9 February 2011 1:48PM: This weird, apparently power-obsessed Australian seems quite determined to promulgate his extreme right-wing views in Britain by any method he can. The great British public will, no doubt, sometime all too soon be the recipients of political misinformation on a scale only the Americans experience. Next year could truly see the Year of the Fox – one to be hunted again, and the other quietly creeping from the rubbish tip towards our living rooms.
Comment-capitalistsockpuppet / 9 February 2011 2:14PM: First Sky Sports. Then Sky Movies. Then Sky Atlantic. Now Shine. And only afterwards will we look back and see how Murdoch worked to kill the BBC from both within and without.
Comment-Persemillion / 9 February 2011 4:32PM: Why turn this into an anti-Murdoch story? Should someone else be buying it and who?
Comment-perrymason / 9 February 2011 5:38PM: @Persemillion – you are on the guardian, do you really need to ask why?
Comment-hitch21 / 10 February 2011 1:42PM: @woldsgardener. I agree with [weird], I agree with [power obsessed], but sadly must take issue with him being Australian. He didn’t want to pay taxes their either so he is now technically an American citizen

http://www.google.com/search?q=Murdoch+Australia+Tax

(JIWON: WOW! Quite interesting stuffs are found. And I promise that ALL those INTERNATIONAL media, which were crazy about functioning as Murdoch-led journalism, will hardly show their interest in this INTERNATIONAL issue.)

Who is Rupert Murdoch? July 16, 2004 / By americanprogress.org
14. MURDOCH THE HIDER OF MONEY IN COMMUNIST CUBA: (…)
16. MURDOCH THE CORPORATE TAX EVADER: (…)
17. MURDOCH THE LOVER OF OFFSHORE TAX HAVENS: (…)
18. MURDOCH THE ABUSER OF TAX LOOPHOLES: (…)

(JIWON: I assume that this is written by American Leftist, so it won’t be good to quote their political opinions, such as “MURDOCH THE NEW YORK CITY POLITICAL BOSS”. But I don’t think that the information above are biased.

While watching Berlusconi’s Battle against Murdoch’s Italian Business, there has been only one opinion in my ITALIAN mind. Are Italian businessmen really… so lazy that there’s really NO ONE who could challenge Berlusconi’s Media Empire? Who says any Italian project will be blocked by Berlusconi government? Any Italian could have launched his Italian business during Dini or Prodi or D’Alema or Amato or PRODI’s government. All ITALIAN prime ministers during Dictator Berlusconi’s Kingdom were from Italian Leftists Party. Aren’t they? Speechless…

In any case, I’d better watch any Italians take over Berlusconi’s power than British Murdoch. Yes, I was supposed to make MURDOCH’s part an independent one, but failed. It was mainly because of my poor knowledge of FOOTBALL, especially English Premier League. The latest information I got from British Murdoch was that Australian Murdoch was willing to accept high risk, even a great loss in their British business… for a high return… in their NEW, ARAB market. Therefore, it is British government or readers or viewers that are fools to assist Murdoch’s Arab business. I think it was in Financial Times. After reading this article, I just hoped and hoped poor Italian guys NEVER to fall into Murdoch’s Italian tricks.)

Berlusconi tries to block Murdoch in an Italian game of football rights Dec 14, 2004 / By guardian.co.uk

Italy: Berlusconi and Murdoch fight over football Jul 29, 2010 / By allvoices.com

(JIWON: As I mentioned before, this JULY stuff was the latest happening, I think, until Sky Italia agrees bundle deal with Fastweb broadband services (Feb 1, 2011). Everybody now knows since WHEN I’ve been checking Korean football sites. One of first information I picked up from the Korean comment section was how Murdoch’s British Media and their British slaves have treated Italian football league, and therefore, how they used to make Korean kids feel disgust about Serie-A. Please imagine their debate. I am now so sick of Italian professionals’ incapability to handle Murdoch’s British Media that I don’t want to waste my energy on this issue any more. I just wish that I could be blessed with a certain RIGHT to take ALL of THEM into the LEGAL cases. REAL LEGAL CASES.)

Rupert Murdoch Calls For Path To Legalization To Grow Tax Base, Defends Fox News Immigration Coverage Sep 30, 2010 / By wonkroom.thinkprogress.org
(…) Earlier this year, Murdoch indicated that the media should be involved in the push for comprehensive immigration reform. However, Fox News employees don’t seem to agree. More than any other network, Fox News has repeatedly and consistently advocated against immigration reform and referred to Murdoch’s proposal as “amnesty.” Fox News superstar Bill O’Reilly called it outright “crap” that undocumented immigrants pay taxes. Fox News host Eric Bolling similarly claimed that American citizens “pay taxes,” as opposed to “illegals not paying taxes.” (…)

In Aussie interview, Murdoch slams O’Reilly Nov 5, 2010 / By mediamatters.org

(JIWON: Please… I know nothing about this issue. I’m just surprised to know that Murdoch’s American Media have been dealing with other issues than secretly supporting Israeli PM Netanyahu’s Notorious Wife or her Jewish Settlement Project since Murdoch, Saudi prince team up to launch ‘Arabic Fox News’ (Jul 9, 2010). I’m also not sure if this can be Sir Berlusconi’s favorite issue. But I promise that it is definitely Our Darling Prodi’s Most Favorite Issue.)

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PART-8: Which Italians Chant “After Mubarak, Berlusconi!”? Prodi’s Supporters? Leftist Intellectuals? Socialists or Communists? Weird…

(Updated on FEBRUARY 10, 2011) – DRAFT

http://www.google.com/search?q=Berlusconi+Marcegaglia
http://www.google.com/search?q=Prodi+Umberto+Eco

(JIWON: Tired… I still can’t figure out who is Ms. Emma’s ideal prime minister. However, I finally found out why Mr. Fini is still struggling to receive Italian voters’ hearts. Yeah… Italians don’t trust traitors. Hope to finish all my writing by tomorrow. )

(Updated on FEBRUARY 13, 2011)

FINI, ‘I’LL RESIGN IF BERLUSCONI RESIGNS, THEN ELECTIONS’ Feb 13, 2011 / By agi.it
CASINI, ‘IF SITUATION CONTINUES, BETTER ELECTIONS’ Feb 13, 2011 / By agi.it

(JIWON: Hum… I now know who is Pier Ferdinando Casini (Union of the Centre). Son-in-law of the seventh richest person in Italy, and therefore, among the least favorite politicians of Prodi’s Umberto Eco, who proudly interviewed that he just hates Italian rich businessmen… despite the fact that both Eco and Casini are from Bologna. 😉 Weird is that this computer work predicts that neither FINI nor CASINI even nor PRODI’s ANYONE but BOSSI could be the final winner. 😦 )

QADHAFI, BERLUSCONI SIGN HISTORIC AGREEMENT Jan 31, 2011 / By Telegraph.co.uk

(JIWON: No wonder I had to give up following the Berlusconi-Qadhafi articles months ago. 😦 Still, “Illegal Migration” is the only issue I can understand. Therefore… 😉 )

Air Mubarak affair Feb 9, 2011 / By FT
(…) This is not just a French problem. There is nothing new about democratic governments doing deals with dictators. European powers have long see-sawed between acting either as moral guardians or as commercial actors in pursuit of a quick buck. The revelation that the UK government did all it could in 2009 to secure the release of the Libyan Lockerbie bomber points to the same disconnect: ministers wanted to do business with oil-rich Tripoli. In the same vein, Silvio Berlusconi of Italy has repeatedly met Muammer Gaddafi, Libya’s ruler. (…)

Wave of Tunisian migrant arrivals alarms Italy Feb 11, 2011 / By reuters.com
More than 1,000 people escaping turmoil in Tunisia have landed on an Italian island … raising fears of a new, uncontrolled wave of illegal immigration from North Africa. … The arrivals have alarmed PM Berlusconi’s conservative government, which swept to power in 2008 promising a crackdown on illegal immigration and virtually halted seaborne migrant arrivals by striking a deal with Libya. (…) Interior Minister Roberto Maroni (Northern League) blamed the new exodus on Tunisian authorities being unable to enforce bilateral accords on curbing illegal immigration after weeks of protests forced President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali to flee last month. Officials are also worried that the crisis in Egypt, where protesters have launched an uprising against President Hosni Mubarak, will provoke another wave of migrant arrivals. Italy has asked the European Commission for help and the situation will be discussed with Tunisia’s foreign minister when he visits Rome next week, Maroni said.
Maroni, a member of the fiercely anti-immigrant Northern League, said earlier this week that there could be “terrorist infiltrations” among the migrants and criminals could take refuge in Europe under the guise of seeking political asylum. But the mayor of Lampedusa, Bernardino De Rubeis, said he would be surprised if that were the case. “What we’re seeing is Tunisian youth escaping from the country after Ben Ali’s fall,” he told Italian television. “Many people say the migrants are criminals, given the mass escapes from North African jails in recent days, but looking at those faces I don’t think that’s what they are.”

(JIWON: Only the stupid readers, Murdoch-led international media in particular, will believe that the city of Lampedusa is located near Milan, and therefore, Lampedusa Mayor will be hailed by Italian voters. Then, which party is still approved by Italian voters? You don’t have to check the recent poll, which reports that 35-40% Italians still believe, no matter what, that “The crisis facing the premier will only become serious for him if and when it will be reflected by a crisis of his party”. It now seems that Italian voters hardly trust “European Commission” especially after Former President Prodi’s historical achievement on this issue.)

Protests in Italy — ‘after Mubarak, Berlusconi’ Feb 13, 2011 / By sify.com
A group of Italian protesters, who call themselves the Purple People, organized a weekend of demonstrations in several cities against Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi … The Purple People have several times in the past organised, over the internet, a ‘No-B(erlusconi) Day’ in Rome. The rallies were attended by artists, journalists, trade unionists and other citizens. (…)

(JIWON: I am now pretty sure that “Prodi & Co.” are behind this group of Italian protesters.)

http://www.google.com/search?q=Egypt+Mubarak+Aaish
http://www.google.com/search?q=Egypt+Mubarak+Socialism

(JIWON: Days ago, there was one interesting article in Korean newspaper. Instead of following Mubarak-scandal, they were comparing Korea and Egypt and tried to analyze the basic reason of Egyptian riots. Since I never knew that Egypt in 1961 was richer and more cultural country than Korea in 1961, I took this issue as fresh information. They added that the present Egypt is still more blessed with “oil or tourism or etc.” than the present Korea, but the result says how important the government’s policy is especially when naïve/stupid public favor socialistic values. Then I read another article, which introduced Egyptian version of “Complex System” and explained how a mere slice of bread can destroy the entire Egyptian social system. Then…)
1. I saved the wrong article, so I had to go to internet to read it again.
2. I had to try several keywords to find this article, and surprisingly, I found out that Korean internet community interpret that Egyptian Mubarak has to resign not because he was a dictator but because he was an incompetent leader and failed to make his country a better place for his people to live.

(JIWON: Of course, I had no clue how to connect this Egyptian affair to Italian one, except Passionate Eurabian Prodi’s immigrant policy… until Protests in Italy — ‘after Mubarak, Berlusconi’ (Feb 13, 2011).)

David Frum: Food aid lies at heart of Egyptian solution Feb 7, 2011 / By nationalpost.com
(…) For Egypt, the rise in food prices has a direct impact on state finances. Egypt subsidizes the price of bread for its urban poor. Yes, subsidization is a crazy policy. … Yet the fact is: cheap bread is about the only assistance that Egypt provides its poor. Withdraw cheap bread, and you get revolutions – as nearly happened when Anwar Sadat tried to end the policy in 1977. (…) 2005 was the year that Egypt launched a new round of economic “reforms.” One of those reforms was to cut subsidies. Which in turn put pressure on supplies of cheap bread. … Since then, the bread situation has only got more dire, as Egypt’s budgets have tightened. (…) Egypt’s main export earners include (1) tourism (2) oil … But tourism has been badly damaged by a series of terror attacks directly targeting foreign visitors (…) The outcome of the power struggle in Egypt remains uncertain. But the outcome of the economic struggle is easy to foresee: whoever emerges with power will want to resume food subsidies to allay public discontent. Yet Egypt’s economy will be in even worse shape post-protests than before. No democracy in Egypt can survive without an early improvement in the bread situation. So how to pay? (…)

(JIWON: One word was still missing; “Socialism or Communism”. Since I couldn’t find enough information from Mubarak articles, I had to go directly to…)

http://www.google.com/search?q=Romano+Prodi+Socialism
http://www.google.com/search?q=Romano+Prodi+Communism

Bossi: Prodi win means ‘Islamo-communism’ Apr 8, 2006 / By nakeditaly.wordpress.com

(JIWON: Well… I wish everybody a good luck! I now think that, despite British Murdoch’s hard working, the Italian voters still remain the most thoughtful and the most practical whenever they run to the poll.)

Berlusconi wants Mubarak to stay Feb 4, 2011 / By timeslive.co.za
Berlusconi Says West Considered Mubarak ‘Wisest Man’ in Mideast Feb 4, 2011 / By bloomberg.com
Italy declares “state of humanitarian emergency” as more immigrants arrive Feb 13, 2011 / By peopledaily.com.cn
(…) The local authorities fear there would be additional sea arrivals in the coming days from the whole of North Africa, including Algeria and Egypt, following the resignation of Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak. (…)

(JIWON: And I promise that PROFESSIONALS need to study MORE.)

UMBERTO ECO: CULTURAL aid lies at heart of ITALIAN solution Month Day, Year / By Italian Press
(…) For ITALY, the rise in CULTURE prices has a direct impact on state finances. ITALY subsidizes the price of CULTURE for its urban poor. Yes, subsidization is a crazy policy. … Yet the fact is: CULTURE is about the only assistance that ITALY provides its poor. Withdraw CULTURE, and you get revolutions – as nearly happened when BERLUSCONI-SCANDAL in 2011. (…) PRODI’S FALL IN 2008 was the year that ITALY launched a new round of economic “reforms.” One of those reforms was to cut subsidies. Which in turn put pressure on supplies of CULTURE. … Since then, the situation has only got more dire, as ITALY’s budgets have tightened. (…) ITALY’s main export earners include (1) tourism (2) … But tourism has been badly damaged by a series of terror attacks directly targeting foreign visitors (…) The outcome of the power struggle in ITALY remains uncertain. But the outcome of the economic struggle is easy to foresee: whoever emerges with power will want to resume CULTURE subsidies to allay public discontent. Yet ITALY’s economy will be in even worse shape post-protests than before. No democracy in ITALY can survive without an early improvement in the CULTURE situation. So how to pay? (…)

(JIWON: Isn’t it interesting? Who else could write this Italian article if Umberto Eco didn’t? I am just curious if his favorite CULTURAL leader has been Venezuelan Chavez, just as Maestro Abbado’s utopia has been Chavez’ Venezuela. However still, Venezuela is a country of OIL whereas Italy is a country of TRASH. Naples, I mean. I just feel sad, because Dictator Berlusconi is not allowed to follow in the footsteps of Dictator Chavez. When I started this writing, I’ve never expected to finish it like this. Just funny…)

Intellectuals join anti-Berlusconi rally Feb 5, 2011 / By AFP
Leading leftist intellectuals Umberto Eco joined a Milan rally Saturday calling on Silvio Berlusconi to leave office even as Italy’s prime minister reaffirmed vows to stay put. “We are here to defend the honour of Italy, to remind the world that all Italians are not the same,” popular novelist Eco told thousands of demonstrators at a Milan concert hall. Drawing comparisons between Berlusconi and embattled Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, he added, jokingly, “the little default is not wanting to step down.” (…)

http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/authors/u/umberto_eco.html
Better reality than a dream: if something is real, then it’s real and you’re not to blame.

(JIWON: Then, I am laughing again. “Drawing comparisons between Berlusconi and embattled Italian Intellectual Eco, I add, jokingly, “the big, sacred rose is not wanting to step down from his library”. Will Our Darling Umberto Eco be able to give up his writing career the moment his Berlusconi gives up his political career? They are called Adam. Times may change, but the old Adam stays the same. I say.)

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PART-9: Politician Eco’s Advice To Politician Prodi. No Wonder “Average Italian Voters”, Except “Xenophiles”, Rate [Eco’s Prodi] As [Prodi’s Berlusconi]. Perhaps, “Prodi’s Bologna Mafia” Is Really A Good Place To Begin, If International Media Want to Tell The Truth About Italian Politics…

(Updated on FEBRUARY 10, 2011) – DRAFT

http://www.google.com/search?q=Berlusconi+Marcegaglia
http://www.google.com/search?q=Prodi+Umberto+Eco

(JIWON: Tired… I still can’t figure out who is Ms. Emma’s ideal prime minister. However, I finally found out why Mr. Fini is still struggling to receive Italian voters’ hearts. Yeah… Italians don’t trust traitors. Hope to finish all my writing by tomorrow. )

(Updated on FEBRUARY 19, 2011)

“A Conversation on Information”- An Interview with Umberto Eco February, 1995 / By is.uni-sb.de
(…) Internet, should be to be a starting point for establishing contacts, and then to establish local… Yes, local communities. When Internet really becomes a way of implementing – through virtual communities – face-to-face communities, then that will be an important social change. I was talking with Professor Prodi [note: Romano Prodi is professor of economics at the University of Bologna, and prospective prime- ministerial candidate for a coalition of centre-left moderates in the next Italian general election] and I told him (Professor Prodi) that the only possibility that you have to make a real campaign, is to realise in every city a group, a club, a circle. One of the real forces in the inventions of Berlusconi was not only to use television for political propaganda. He, having a big industrial organisation, established clubs everywhere. This was people that were proud to wear the badge and to identify themselves as belonging to a particular group. I saw them in the village where I have my country house. It was artificial. It was all set up in two months, so it wasn’t enough to establish a really profound sense of belonging to a community. But it was an idea. So I told Prodi that he should do the same. And one way to do that is to use Internet. Because through Internet you can reach, say, two persons in every city, giving them materials, documents. People will be encouraged to xerox all these materials and to establish local groups, networks. So it is a sort of collaboration between virtual and…

(JIWON: This comical information, dating back to Politician Berlusconi’s First Collapse(!), was the very first one I picked up from Search: “Prodi+Umberto+Eco”. I was so surprised at Prodi’s Eco that…)

Please check
🙂 Barenboim: Berlusconi’s Italy Shall Be Blessed With Healthy Feminism & Healthy Opposition! (Dec 15, 2009)
PART-11: Toward Healthy, United Italy
Umberto Eco addresses the inadequacies of the modern mass media Oct 19, 2008 / By umbertoeco.com
[Q] – In an era such as this one, riddled with such stress that calls into question the very foundations of the society, what should the role of the intellectual be?
[Eco] – “In many countries, people don’t understand how a university professor could be so interested in the politics of his country. For us in Italy, it’s a normal thing. The role of the intellectual is must be that of Italo Calvino’s The Baron in the Trees. He [the intellectual] must sit on the fence and talk badly especially about his friends. From this perspective, the intellectual is able to understand reality – he has a better chance of understanding what is going on, and so gets involved. This is, moreover, the theory of Italian philosopher Bobbio in his 1955 book Politics and Culture, a book that Calvino surely read and became enthralled by. I fully share Vittorini’s thesis: The intellectual must never play the penny-whistle tune of revolution because that is done by the press. And he should not be in an ivory tower.”
[Q] – Why have Italians decided to again entrust the fate of the nation to Silvio Berlusconi?
[Eco] – “… bla-bla-bla…” (JIWON: …a real headache…)
[Q] – What three things would you never give up for anything?
[Eco] – “I’d be ready to give up everything – there you have it. Certainly it would greatly disappoint me if my library caught fire. There, maybe that’s what I wouldn’t be able to give up. But if the world collapsed, then the library could go to hell too. By now, I’ve managed to quit smoking. For now, I’m not able to give up Gin Martini on the rocks.”

(JIWON: I remember that this computer work was around this tragic, bloody scandal; Berlusconi was hit in the face with a model of Milan’s cathedral (Dec 14, 2009). I also remember how much this Italian Intellectual’s political philosophy made me happy while visiting his homepage. Therefore…)

http://www.google.com/search?q=Prodi+Mafia

Italy’s numismatic Mr Prodi – guru or godfather? May 17 1999 & Aug 15 2002 / By justresponse.net
Domenico Pacitti asks whether Romano Prodi was the right choice for European Commission president given his controversial cultural background
(…) Mr Prodi began to make his presence felt in 1982 … IRI (the Industrial Reconstruction Institute) … Prodi was sacked but reinstated again for one year in 1993. During his premiership in 1996, a public prosecutor who accused him of abuse of office and criminal offences in connection with exploiting the privatisation of public companies for personal gain while chairman of IRI was suddenly transferred without explanation. (…) Prodi’s wife is also said to have benefited from a deal which privatised a former school for social assistants. (…) A recently published book which courageously names names – always a perilous practice in Italy – places Mr Prodi’s Bologna mafia high among the country’s major power groups. (…) It is an open secret that Mr Prodi obtained his professorship at the University of Bologna, again, through Church recommendations, thus forcing a potentially more deserving candidate to wait up to ten years under the present system for another opportunity, change career or attempt entry through the usual corrupt means depending on his or her level of moral integrity. It is sadly indicative though hardly surprising that in the course of his 25 years of teaching economics and industrial policy at Bologna, Mr Prodi never once spoke out against Italy’s universities, one of the country’s most criticised mafias, sometimes said to merit the title of universities only by courtesy and arguably the most grotesquely corrupt in the civilised world. (…) Pending the improbable event of his being brought to trial and convicted of corruption, Mr Prodi seems likely to continue enjoying his foreign reputation as Italy’s honest politician, rendered more plausible by an ingratiating priestly manner, an affable nature and an engaging down-to-earth human approach. But the average Italian remains convinced that Mr Prodi has as much chance of being morally upright and free of corruption as he has of being fully immersed in the nearby River Po and stepping out bone dry. (…)

(JIWON: While searching for more information to check if the author was sponsored by Billionaire Berlusconi, I’ve realized that he used to work for Prodi’s British Guardian and also wrote something against Politician Berlusconi.)

Economising on truth: The Economist and Berlusconi Sep 17, 2003 / By justresponse.net
In this first of a new series of JUST Response features with Domenico Pacitti, we look at a relentless campaign against Italian premier Silvio Berlusconi. Is The Economist guilty of using double standards and does it have a not so hidden agenda?
[JUST Response] : Since at least as far back as the last Italian national elections in May 2001, The Economist has been conducting a relentless campaign against current Italian premier Silvio Berlusconi. Articles, which you incidentally need a paid subscription to read online, include: “Italy’s would-be Napoleon”, “Fit to run Italy?”, “Unfit to lead Europe”, “Burlesquoni” and “Still giving Italy a bad name”. Last month they culminated in an open letter to Berlusconi. One Economist article which appeared during the run-up to those elections resulted in Berlusconi’s announcement that he would be suing for damages, though it seems he has not yet taken any action. The article, “An Italian story”, dated 28 April 2001, bears a strong resemblance to your own “Conflicting interests” which appeared in the Brussels journal World Parliamentarian dated 16 April 2001. Is this coincidental or were you also writing for The Economist at the time?
[Domenico Pacitti] : I have never written anything for The Economist. (…) The problem is that by focusing on Berlusconi as the Italian anomaly The Economist has provided a seriously distorted picture of Italy and Italian politics. The anomaly here is not Berlusconi. The anomaly is (…) Perhaps they favour the Prodi approach of keeping the dirty truths low profile. Or perhaps they are simply acting as a powerful British lobby for the Italian centre-left. Many Italians certainly feel that The Economist has been guilty of applying double standards. Note that at those same May 2001 elections you mentioned, The Economist’s former Rome correspondent Tana de Zulueta was elected a centre-left senator, a position she still holds. So you can draw your own conclusions. (…) Italians find it difficult to strike a happy balance between xenophilism and xenophobia and they do tend generally to show excessive uncritical respect for the foreign mainstream press. (…)
[JUST Response] : So what should The Economist do now?
[Domenico Pacitti] : Well, they could try telling the truth about Italian politics across the board. A good place to begin might be Romano Prodi’s Bologna mafia, or former centre-left premier Massimo D’Alema, the purchase of his yacht and his obvious sell-out of the Italian voting public to Berlusconi at the last elections. They might want to take a close impartial look at the Telekom Serbia scandal and accusations against Romano Prodi, Lamberto Dini, Piero Fassino, Walter Veltroni, Francesco Rutelli and Clemente Mastella – all major politicians of the left. But The Economist may have burnt its bridges on telling the whole truth. In your opening remarks you listed Economist articles on Berlusconi. Compare The Economist’s treatment of Romano Prodi, a man with a comparable if less spectacular disregard for legal and moral considerations. “In defence of Romano Prodi” and “The smearing of Romano Prodi” are two more Economist pieces that come to mind. Yet in its own way Prodi’s track record is no less impressive than Berlusconi’s.
[JUST Response] : How typical are such media distortions of Italy in the British press?
[Domenico Pacitti] : bla… bla… bla…
*As this interview was going to press, Silvio Berlusconi’s lawyer Niccolò Ghedini confirmed that the summons against The Economist “should be in the notification phase”. In the recent open letter referred to in our interview, The Economist had put a series of questions to Mr Berlusconi. Mr Ghedini has now promised that all the answers will be supplied in court.

(JIWON: Hum… Great to find this name again! Walter Veltroni, who was known as “LOVE & ORDER” and suddenly resigned from the leadership post of Partito Democratico after I barely/finally remembered his name and organized this collection, Music in Italy. Then, his name appeared to be VIP for this computer work. Please check my previous work, 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?. 😉

And then, I am still having a hard time why Walter Veltroni’s successor, Secretary Pier Luigi Bersani, is considered to be higher than President Rosy Bindi in this party, Partito Democratico. Anyway, I now know who is Francesco Rutelli. 😉 Yes, I knew that he was one member in “Third Pole,” but I didn’t know that he was Prodi’s Cultural Minister. 🙂

In Korea, no one knows who the Cultural Minister is and no one cares about it. In Italy, it seems as if ALL the great politicians, except SexManiac…OoopsSorry…HealthManiac Berlusconi, should enter the Cultural Ministry and sleep THERE until they dream of running “La Bella Italia”. Therefore… Italian Culture was dying while old Berlusconi was getting healthier and chased by juvenile beauties… ooops sorry… hookers. 😦 )

Deterring democracy in Italy: a key case of thought control May 20, 2002 / By justresponse.net
Noam Chomsky tells Domenico Pacitti that criminal accusations against Silvio Berlusconi are trivial by US standards and explains how Italy has been the main target of US efforts to undermine democracy since the Second World war. International protests are the best way forward, says Chomsky
Domenico Pacitti: Billionaire media magnate Silvio Berlusconi was recently elected premier at Italian general elections despite a welter of serious criminal accusations and conflicts of business and political interests. It would appear that Italian electors are less interested in moral issues and more interested in what they think he can do for them.
Noam Chomsky: Well, why do you think that’s different from Britain and the United States? (…)

(JIWON: Surprisingly, there were more articles about Italy or Berlusconi, but too tired to read them. Above was one of them, sounding the most interesting. Then… suddenly… I had to remember one of my previous work on Italy.)

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Greece Crisis Has Roots in Indulgent U.S. Policy May 11, 2010 / By Bloomberg, Amity Shlaes

(JIWON: OR…)

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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.
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: SO… How did I finish this part? What did I write on MAY 28, 2010? While Umberto Eco purely insulted Italian Rich Businessmen as “Corrupt Thieves”, this computer work only found… and it took LESS than ONE minute to find…)

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: Interesting is that this Italian journalist, Domenico Pacitti, interviewed that if the International media, such as The Economist, want to try telling the truth about Italian politics across the board, a good place to begin might be Romano Prodi’s Bologna mafia, or former centre-left premier Massimo D’Alema. Isn’t it interesting?)

Europe diary: Italian contrasts Mar 23, 2006 / By BBC
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Comment-Pancha Chandra, Brussels, Belgium: Prodi may be lack-lustre but his stint at the European Commission has really been an excellent learning curve and he seems to be more solid and more trustworthy. Mr Berlusconi is a consummate master at theatre and one should not be fobbed by his charisma. What Italy needs is an honest statesman with impeccable credentials not a showman. There lies the difference

(JIWON: What will happen to Prodi’s Supporters living outside Prodi’s Italy? I myself started this computer work as Italian Leftists’ typical straw musician, who was scared of Dictator Berlusconi. For a while, I didn’t dare to spell his name. Then… I found myself constantly giggling at Berlusconi’s jokes and so on and so forth… Then… my EARS were hooked by Musician Silvio’s terrific neck muscles and so on and so forth… Then… Politician Berlusconi was complaining of chronic neck pains and so on and so forth… Then… whenever I start my research on Disgusting Berlusconi, Prodi’s Immigration Policy is what I get and so on and so forth…)

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PART-10: Prodi’s Italy Heading Toward Eurabia!?! Prodi’s Umberto Eco Is Now Called “Fascist”. Weird…

(Updated on FEBRUARY 10, 2011) – DRAFT

http://www.google.com/search?q=Berlusconi+Marcegaglia
http://www.google.com/search?q=Prodi+Umberto+Eco

(JIWON: Tired… I still can’t figure out who is Ms. Emma’s ideal prime minister. However, I finally found out why Mr. Fini is still struggling to receive Italian voters’ hearts. Yeah… Italians don’t trust traitors. Hope to finish all my writing by tomorrow. )

(Updated on FEBRUARY 17, 2011)

Eco Fascist ~ World Hot News Today Dec 15, 2010 / By dogancengkir.blogspot.com
(…) As a solution, Umberto Eco offers a “moral renewal” of Italian society. In reality, the responsibility for the persistence of Berlusconi to power is the so-called opposition, led by Democrats, who emerged from the Communist Party 1991. Whenever they were involved in government from 1996 to 2001 and again 2006 to 2008 – they have imposed massive cuts in social programs and attacks against people who work, paving the way for Berlusconi to power. (…) While the xenophobic Northern League pushes for new elections, and Berlusconi hopes for re-election, the Democrats are hiding behind the fascist Fini, leaving the political initiative to him. “We are forced to follow the will of the former neo-fascists, a somewhat strange experience,” commented Enrico Letta, a prominent Democrat and close associate of former Prime Minister Prodi on Saturday at the demonstration in Rome. In Italy, the central problem facing working people throughout Europe and the world can be seen most clearly: among the established parties, there is not a single one that articulates and represents the interests of the working class. The reformist parties and programmes, which promise social improvements while leaving the capitalist system intact, are all bankrupt. Only an international offensive by the working class on the basis of a socialist program can stop the political and social reaction, so vividly represented in the person of Berlusconi.

(JIWON: Surprisingly, my research ended with Eco Fascist. While checking this article again, I realized that it’s originally published in “World Socialist Web Site”, which is reporting Italian Prime Minister Berlusconi narrowly survives confidence vote. Still, it’s hard to understand why they call Umberto Eco “Eco Fascist”, but isn’t it easy to imagine what a comical government Prodi’s FINI will have to manage if FINI, ‘I’LL RESIGN IF BERLUSCONI RESIGNS, THEN ELECTIONS’ and WIN. 😉 )

Italian Rivals [Berlusconi+Prodi] Debate the U.S. Way: Boringly Mar 15, 2006 / By nytimes.com
(…) Some Italian commentators have complained that the race, for all the serious economic problems Italy faces, has failed to come up with new ideas or new faces. Indeed, the debate on Tuesday had more than a whiff of the past in it: Mr. Berlusconi and Mr. Prodi had debated, if in a more free-wheeling form, in 1996. Mr. Prodi went on to win the race, but his government was toppled two years later. (…)

(JIWON: After reading this article, I’ve become so confused about the DATE of this article, not because of this sentence “Mr. Berlusconi and Mr. Prodi had debated in 1996”, but because of this sentence “Mr. Prodi went on to win the race, but his government was toppled two years later”, that…)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prime_Minister_of_Italy
Jul 10, 1946 – Jun 24, 1992: FOREFATHERS of [Berlusconi+Prodi]
Jun 28, 1992 – May 10, 1994 : LEFTISTS
May 10, 1994 – Jan 17, 1995 : Berlusconi
Jan 17, 1995 – Jun 11, 2001 : LEFTISTS or Prodi (1996-98)
Jun 11, 2001 – May 17, 2006 : Berlusconi
May 17, 2006 – May 8, 2008 : LEFTISTS Prodi
May 8, 2008 – tonight : Berlusconi

(JIWON: Then, I realized again that Sir Berlusconi is not merely Prodi’s rival but the “Godfather of LEFTISTS’ Rivals.” I never knew what a historical figure I’ve been working for. 😉 I also realized that “La Bella Italia as Italian Republic” was originally NOT a country of LEFTIST prime ministers. 🙂 Even though it’s still impossible to understand why SO MANY prime ministers had to run during this NOT-long period and they ALL came from ONE party, Christian Democracy. 😦 )

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bettino_Craxi
(…) Bettino Craxi (Aug 4, 1983 – Apr 17, 1987) is the second longest-serving Prime Minister in Italy since 1945, after Silvio Berlusconi, and had strong influence in Italian politics throughout the eighties; … Craxi’s objective was to create an Italian version of European reformist socialist parties, like the German SPD. … The main dynamic of Italian post-war politics was to find a way to keep the Italian Communist Party out of power. (…) Facing the judges … Craxi claimed that in a country where justice always ran slow, his case was moving at extraordinary speed (which it in fact did). This was an attempt to depict the charges against him as politically motivated. (…) Mani pulite or Tangentopoli, or “bribesville” (…) Craxi tried to use a daring defence tactic: he maintained that all parties needed and took money illegally, however they could get it, to finance their activities. His defence was therefore not to declare himself innocent, but everybody guilty. While this was basically truth, most citizens distrusted politicians … In May 1994 he fled to Tunis in order to escape jail. (…) Craxi was also known for never apologising, as a matter of principle; whereas some did like this autocratic trait in his successful years, most Italians expected an apology after the corrupt system had been exposed. Craxi never apologised … All this resulted in him being considered the symbol of political corruption, and for a time he was probably Italy’s most despised man. (…)

(JIWON: Then, I realized again that Bettino Craxi is the only exception, coming from Italian Socialist Party. I don’t think Giovanni Spadolini from Italian Republican Party should be counted. Then, I wonder again. Is Italy really the place, where only the autocratic figure is allowed to be in charge of the government? And then, should every successful politician end up his professional life in exile and be always despised by their people? In any countries, except ITALY, four years are just the norm for the leader. How can a leader govern his country for less than X-teen months? In Italy, it seems as if there was a national election every year. This is unbelievable.)

Europe diary: Italian contrasts Mar 23, 2006 / By BBC
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Comment-Alessandro Moro, London: Guys, please let’s stop saying that the two candidates are the same. When Mr Prodi was prime minister, the finances were in the hands of competent people(Ciampi, former central banker and now President of the Republic). Prodi was able to reduce significantly the farden of the Italian Debt(debt/GDP ratio for the first time decreased). The truth is that if we hadn’t managed to enter in the Euro, with Italian interest rates around 10%(unlike the 2% Euro zone), the terrible reputation of Berlusconi, the merry exercise of public finances(by Tremonti) and the political and financial scandals we have experienced in the last 5 years, we would be now in default, the same as Argentina. It is now time to call back competent people
Comment-F Montanari, Vero Beach, Florida, USA: One question for your Prodi supporters: have they lost their memory on top of their good sense? The Berlusconi government is the first one to reduce taxes (albeit by too little) and increase pensions for the most needy. For this alone it deserves re-election, but it is also the first italian government to have repudiated and actively condemned the pervasive power of the communists in Italy. As for Prodi, he is the communist straw man, the one who can get them elected because they would otherwise never reach the majority. Prodi is the Juda’s goat of italian poltics.
Comment-Giovanni Corrado, Principality of Monaco: Dear sirs, i have read all the negative impressions on prime minister silvio berlusconi and i don’t agree with it at all for the following reasons which should be remembered: 1) the berlusconi government is the only one in the last 50 years to have lasted for the entire legislature. 2) mr berlusconi has succeeded in lowering for the first time in years general taxation and suppresed inheritance taxes. 3) this government has also been able to make a general reform of school and education, of welfare and work (which created many jobs) and has modified the constitution of 1948 (to be approved by referendum). 4) for the first time in italian history italians living abroad are given the possibility to vote. 5) military service has been lifted. 6) a great job has been made on the war on terror. these are only some of the good points carried out by mr berlusconi’s government and these are facts on which most italians have had a benefit, so i don’t understand why no one is mentioning this and why everyone is firing on the prime minister without looking as things really are. thank you very much for letting me send my comments.

(JIWON: Only if I read this kind of stuff whenever I click the Italian articles. However, politicians are doomed to fight, doomed to decay, and doomed to disappointment. Therefore…)

Italian Rivals [Berlusconi+Prodi] Debate the U.S. Way: Boringly Mar 15, 2006 / By nytimes.com
(…) Mr. Prodi hit back that Mr. Berlusconi had not lived up to his promises; had governed in a way that benefited him personally; and lacked the “seriousness” to be a suitable leader of one of Europe’s leading nations. (…)

Europe diary: Italian contrasts Mar 23, 2006 / By BBC
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Comment-Jean Hatton, Pavia, Italy: There is one thing it is absolutely vital to remember as the elections draw closer: The logic of Italy finally adopting a political system based on the two-party system was to give the voters the power to express their dissatisfaction with those that rule them. For too long the political hierachy in Italy has had nothing to fear from the electorate – that has to stop now or the country is doomed. This is the perfect opportunity to teach politicians who they work for, which is why I will be ‘holding my nose and voting for Prodi’ (to ‘mis’quote Indro Montinelli). Not because I think he is necessarily any better, or more honest than Berlusconi, but because Berlusca has done a poor job and, businessman that he is he should understand the logic of sacking him for his poor performance. It’s time someone else got a chance and if, as I suspect, Prodi also fails it will be time to change again. It will probably take at least another 2 elections before the penny drops but what alternative do we have?

(JIWON: Weird is that I prefer Italian voters’ reason to Prodi’s election slogans. Politician Prodi sounds like immature kid’s grumbling. Therefore… Prodi’s government… again.)

Europe diary: Italian contrasts Mar 23, 2006 / By BBC
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Comment-Alistair Peckham, Varese, Italy: Mr Berlusconi was the only Prime Minister in post war Italy to have a majority bigger enough to push through reforms that are desperately needed for this once great nation. Instead he passed laws that benefited him and his business associates. He also gave to much power to Lega Nord, one of his partners in coalition. Lega Nord also scared off the liberlising men in the original government with their anti-european and neo-fascist views. The current opposition is not a great alternative, with incoherent policies and infighting with the opposition coalition. Mr Prodi who was PM during the late 90s also failed to inspire reforms and leadership. Hopefully he learnt something from being the President of the EU….
Comment-Antonio, UK: The sad reality is that no one is better than the other albeit for different reasons. One thing is clear, Berlusconi is a failure and to vote him in again would be masochist in the extreme for most Italians. On the other hand Prodi will have not a chance to govern Italy either as his coalition is held together only by its hatred of Berlusconi. When in government it is highly unlikely that they will able to agree on much just like last Prodi’s government. Failure is really the only option for Italy!
Comment-LEONARDO FATONE, FOGGIA: I used to live in Bologna, in the north of Italy for 5 years and in London for 2 years. Now i’m living in the south of italy. I totally agree with lyn jacomb from Brussels. The italians are well, even in the south. There is much of concealed labour. People take advantages from the government system claiming benefits. Every family owns a house. Italians have a high standard of living, all the young have a car, 2 cell mobiles and go to restaurants at weekend on regular base. The only thing that has changed lately is that people don’t spend, as before, much money on expensive cloths, at last!! Better being than appearing! The perception of Italy abroad is completely different. I was really concerned about the sort of italy during my stay in london until July 2004 when I read english press. Berlusconi hasn’t done much during this 5 years, but the international set up has been very negative though. Regarding Prodi, if his fractious coalition won the elections, they would last less time and would do less than the centre-right. I wish there was a Blairlike leader in the centre-left coalition, we need a real leader no a weak one professor as Mr Prodi and only ONE leader in a homogeneous coalition. However, whatever will be the outcome of the elections Italy will survive.

Italian Rivals [Berlusconi+Prodi] Debate the U.S. Way: Boringly Mar 15, 2006 / By nytimes.com
(…) But Mr. Berlusconi’s old arguments still resonate with many voters: that the coalition of six parties that Mr. Prodi heads is unstable and cynical; that past center-left governments spent a lot and did little; that the left is beholden to the Communists, who are part of their coalition. “How is he going to get anything done when he will have Communists in his government?” Mr. Berlusconi asked. (…)

(JIWON: Therefore, Berlusconi’s old arguments still resonate with… MORE voters. Five years have passed. You don’t need to write NEW articles. Just change the DATE, please. 😉 )

Europe diary: Italian contrasts Mar 23, 2006 / By BBC
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Comment-Ian, Italy: As an Englishman living in Italy i would like to say nothing in the world can rival Italian politics. Something like 58 governments in sixty years. Love him or hate him Belusconi holds the boat together, strong leadership is what Italy needs. Prodi is dull (although honest at least), and failed to govern during his last term due to a lack of consensus in the coalition. The same thing would happen again if he’s re-elected. I think Italy needs fewer political parties (there’s well over 10), more controls on corruption and pointless beaurocracy. They want to build the biggest bridge in the world… but new roads here have potholes before they’re finished, and to go to the bank you have to take the morning off work! And Silvio, the communists left a long time ago…
Comment-Juan Santiago, Bergamo Italy: I am a british national who has lived in Italy for the past 13 years. Having read a number of the comments above I can only agree with those whose outlook for the future is, unfortunately, very bleak. On the one hand Mr Berlusconi has already proven in his 5 year tenure unable (or unwilling) to face up to the problems in Italy and to combat them with adequate fiscal and socio-economic policies that would allow a reprise in the economic situation. On the other hand Mr Prodi is head of a loose coalition of parties that range from the communist to the centre left with little hope of agreeing on a definite set of (undoubtedly hard-hitting, unpopular and definitely not “socialist”) policies that would give the sorely needed stability that Italy needs. Both have been involved in various scams of a political or business nature and there is little chance that they have the integrity required to clean up the corruption that is still endemic to most civil and political entities in the country. All in all a pretty bleak picture
Comment-franco manzoni, Bologna: Unfortunately the writers above are right

(JIWON: Even if you change the DATE, you will get nothing unless you pick up something fundamental.)

Europe diary: Italian contrasts Mar 23, 2006 / By BBC
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Comment-John Hemingway, Monza, Italy: I don’t think berlusconi will win this time around, but Prodi sure has one hell of a job in front of him. Everywhere I go I hear people talk about ‘la crisi’, or the disastrous state of the economy. And to be honest things have deteriorated since Berlusconi came to power in 2001. But it isn’t just his fault. The whole system with its maddening beauracracy has to be reformed. I wish Mr. Prodi the best of luck, but I somewhat skeptical that he can pull it off.
Comment-Piero Budinich, Trieste, Italy: True, both candidates are playing a part in order to conquer the moderate, center oriented voters. Others, like Lega and the likes, need desperately to make some noise to emerge and are ready to everything to gain visibility on the medias. But the main issue is that in the last five years, Italy has become more divided and polarised: politically, socially, geographically, thus reversing a historical trend dating from the beginning of the 20th century. People who will vote for Prodi want to be politically active in a united country, where everyone may speak with each other away from social and political ramparts and geographical divides and thus work it out together.

(JIWON: However, are there more interesting comments than the ones above? “Since Berlusconi came to power in 2001”?)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prime_Minister_of_Italy
Jun 11, 2001 – May 17, 2006 : Berlusconi

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/President_of_the_European_Commission
Sep 17, 1999 – Nov 22, 2004 : Romano Prodi

(JIWON: Now, I understand why I was always confused… about the DATE… whether president Prodi or prime minister Prodi.)

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🙂 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-3c: Whose Immigrant Policy? Berlusconi or Prodi? Am I Opening Pandora’s Box In Italy?

(JIWON: “Since Berlusconi came to Italian power in 2001”? Then what about…“Since Prodi came to European power in 1999”? What about… “Especially since his immigrant policy came to Italian power in 2002”? Below is what I’ve collected during this research. I now find that this computer work was almost ONE year ago…sigh.)

EU: Prodi Welcomes Putting Immigration On Top Of Summit Agenda Jun 18, 2002 / By rferl.org

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_Italian_Republic
(…) The July 2002 Bossi-Fini Act represented a restrictive approach to immigration (…)

(… therefore… Prodi’s government… again…)

Premier Candidate Romano Prodi: Will change Italian immigration trend Sep 12, 2005 / By Eurotib.com

Italy, open doors to illegal immigration Oct 6, 2007 / By Phastidio.net

(… therefore… Berlusconi’s government… again…)

Xenophobia Threatens Italy, President Napolitano Warns May 14, 2009 / By New York Times
Berlusconi was hit in the face with a model of Milan’s cathedral… but it is Berlusconi himself who instigated this Dec 14, 2009 / By Murdoch’s British Media
Italy in racism debate as migrants quit riot town of Rosarno Jan 10, 2010 / By Reuters
Italy: President Napolitano attacks mafia after immigrant riot Jan 21, 2010 / By Adnkronos.com
Italy: Car bomb targeting President Napolitano in the southern Italian town was ‘mafia message of intimidation’ Jan 29, 2010 / By Adnkronos.com
A Third of Italians Say Immigrants Cause Crime Feb 17, 2010 / By Angus Reid Global Monitor
Italy may deploy troops to fight mafia Apr 29, 2010 / By Calcuttatube

(… more happenings to go… therefore… it seems that no Italians nowadays dare think of even a shadow of Prodi’s government…)

(JIWON: What I feel funny is that when I first started this computer work on this issue, my main reason was to help poor Berlusconi, whose thoughtful jokes, such as Berlusconi: Italy’s Doors Only Open to Pretty Immigrants (Feb 13, 2010), have always been disvalued as Berlusconi’s Gaffe and insulted by Murdoch-led International Media. However still, I used to think that Berlusconi was hit in the face with a model of Milan’s cathedral… but it is Berlusconi himself who instigated this was partly true… because of a series of his S-E-X scandal. More precisely, because of all those f*cking females, whose big mouths were manipulated and encouraged by Murdoch-led International Media. But now, I start to think that Sir Berlusconi is more like a pure victim of Prodi’s disastrous policy.)

http://www.google.com/search?q=Berlusconi+Bunga
(…) Berlusconi had told Mora that he liked women to “put on a stethoscope, a nurse’s blouse and, underneath, white stockings”. Mora told Prostitute-Bonasia: “He’ll enjoy it hugely . . . playing at being the patient!” (…)

(JIWON: No wonder… this poor politician desperately needed a mental therapy. Jesus Christ… when I first mentioned it three weeks ago on JANUARY 29, I simply thought that it was purely due to the pain of the trauma. It was not. This tragic, bloody happening was just part of IT. I’ve just realized IT.)

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PART-11: Prodi’s Italy Heading Toward Eurabia!?! Did www.repubblica.it Publish WikiLeaks? Are They Traitors Or What? Whenever Italian Leftists Are Jealous Of Politician Berlusconi’s Business Savvy…

(Updated on FEBRUARY 19, 2011)

Berlusconi’s regret at Nazi jibe defuses diplomatic stand-off Jul 4, 2003 / By guardian.co.uk
(…) “I should have bitten my tongue. It is clear to everyone that a good bit of provocation was organised to damage me. Unfortunately I fell for it,” Mr Berlusconi was reported saying by Italian news agency Adnkronos. (…)

Europe diary: Italian contrasts Mar 23, 2006 / By BBC
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Comment-Francesco Cortini, Edmonton, Canada: I am an italian grad-student at the moment in Canada for a Master. I was talking with a professor in my department and speaking of Berlusconi he knew about his bad jokes around the world and particularly the one to Mr.Schulz and the nazists. I felt ashamed to be italian and I really hope in a political change after the next elections. Ciao
Comment-G. Rizzo, Frankfurt, Germany: Please allow me to comment on your “respectable German Socialists” statement. As an Italian living in Germany who watched this comic drama play out 2 years ago, I can assure you that only the most rabid and extremist German socialists would consider Herr Schulz (the man to whom you refer, I assume) respectable. In light of his unprovoked, unprofessional, and eerily reminiscent of Nazi jurisprudence (if there was such a thing) attack which he made against Signor Berlusconi upon the latter’s assuming the 6 month rotating Euro-Presidency, a neutral person would judge the President’s response to be appropriate. Needless to say, only the Berlusconi response received wide coverage in the German press. We all hope that the BBC will be more even-handed in its reporting. As we all know by now, extremism of the right and of the left is extremely similar. At some point it converges. Incidentally, since his exchange with Berlusconi Herr Schulz has been un characteristically behaving himself. Keep up the good work. Kind Regards, G.Rizzo

(JIWON: Here you go. Unfortunately, I know nothing about this. But I’m pretty sure that there were more stories in Herr Schulz’ side and there might be much more stories before and behind this happening. Anyway, this is what they say.)

WIKILEAKS: US, BERLUSCONI IS USEFUL TO US Feb 18, 2011 / By agi.it
“Blundering” Berlusconi useful to US, leaked diplomatic cables show Feb 18, 2011 / By monstersandcritics.com
(…) Fresh excerpts from WikiLeaks were published by the leftist Rome- based newspaper, La Reppublica. … For the embattled Berlusconi, who has often prided himself as a ‘friend of the US,’ the leaked cables are likely to be a further blow to his image at a time when his popularity has plummeted in Italian opinion polls. (…) While Italy’s military loyalty came in for praise, Washington has viewed with suspicion Rome’s strong ties with Moscow in the energy sector, largely cemented by Berlusconi’s personal friendship with Russian PM Putin.

LA RUSSA: USING CABLES AGAINST PM IS “SMALL-TOWN” POLITICS Feb 18, 2011 / By agi.it
(…) Defence Minister La Russa said that … no leader was spared by the Wikileaks cables, but using them against the prime minister would actually “damage the U.S. diplomacy and not us”. (…)

(JIWON: Hum… I should have mentioned this, too, while writing Berlusconi’s questionable but patriotic relationship with Libya’s Muammar Gaddafi. Hadn’t the International Media mocked that Berlusconi in Moscow; Cable says Berlusconi is Putin’s mouthpiece?)

U.S. envoy scorns Berlusconi in cables Feb 18, 2011 / By UPI
Italy: ‘Damaging’ Berlusconi ‘symbol’ of Italy’s decline say Wikileaks cables Feb 18, 2011 / By adnkronos.com
US ambassador thought Berlusconi made Italy a laughing stock, document reveals Feb 18, 2011 / By irishtimes.com

(JIWON: But then… I find that even the report by www.repubblica.it is getting distorted. Isn’t UPI among the authoritative sources? Now that I am too tired…)

Sollers drops Fiat JV, to team up with Ford Feb 17, 2011 / By reuters.com
Russian car maker Sollers (SVAV.MM) dropped a joint venture with Italy’s Fiat SpA (FIA.MI) and will instead team up with Ford Motor Co (F.N) to make and sell cars and vans in the high-potential Russian market. Western carmakers are increasingly reliant on emerging markets, particularly the BRIC countries of Brazil, Russia, India and China to offset stagnating demand at home after the ending of government scrappage schemes. Ford got a later start than rivals such as General Motors Co (GM.N) in Russia, which is booming after a savage slump during the financial crisis, as government incentives tempt drivers back into showrooms. (…) A Ford Europe spokesman declined to give financial details of the deal or to comment on whether Sollers’ termination of Fiat talks was a condition for the new joint venture.

(JIWON: Please ask FIAT why this Italian company had to back out of this deal and lost the Russian market. Either reason may be; Quality or Quantity.)

Italy: Fiat CEO headquarters-transfer remarks prompt meeting with Berlusconi Feb 8, 2011 / By adnkronos.com
Fiat’s Marchionne Summoned by Berlusconi After Hinting Fiat Future Is in Detroit Feb 11, 2011 / By bloomberg.com
Fiat rules out Detroit switch Feb 14, 2011 / By autocar.co.uk
Fiat CEO Urges Italy To Change Or Risk Losing Headquarters Feb 14, 2011 / By online.wsj.com

(JIWON: Please ask FIAT why this Italian company, which is considered to be a “Symbol of Italy,” had to launch their Detroit project. Either reason may be; Quality or Quantity.)

Silvio Berlusconi’s Italy is on the wrong side of history‎ Feb 14, 2011 / By guardian.co.uk
(…) Do we even wonder why Berlusconi and his economic ministers were taken unawares by suggestions that Fiat might move its headquarters to the US? They do not have a policy for Italy’s stagnating industry, because they have not made protecting jobs of hardworking Italians a priority at all. Sergio Marchionne, the Fiat CEO, has forced his workers to make important concessions, by threatening to invest elsewhere. I sided with the metalworkers’ union, which rejected his proposals, not because I opposed negotiations, but because I saw that his goal was tactical, with no long-term plan for development in Italy. Today Marchionne is proving our assumptions right and the country may lose its largest private sector employer after all. This government is not only bad for Italy, it is bad for the world. (…)

Ferrari chairman, Luca Cordero di Montezemolo, calls for reform Feb 17, 2011 / By montrealgazette.com
(…) Economists say an uncompetitive industrial sector and chronically low growth are among Italy’s deep-seated problems, along with one of the heaviest debt burdens in the euro zone. (…)

(JIWON: Now, please ask this holy Italians, www.repubblica.it, which opinion they have sided with. Sometimes, I have to wonder if those Italian Leftists are showing anencephalia symptoms. Or, their only concern is to let their country collapse or to sell their country to all kinds of foreign sh*ts. How many times have I expressed my wish to see Leftist Cultural Minister so that I could watch all those Union members be fired whenever they start this ridiculous strike, which seemed to cross the red line long time ago?)

PM Putin & PM Berlusconi met with the managers of major Russian companies active in Russian-Italian economic partnership Oct 22, 2009 / By government.ru
[Vladimir Putin] : Mr Berlusconi, we will acquaint you with several of the numerous projects of our many years’ partnership with Italy. Colleagues present here are engaged in the automobile industry. We will concentrate on farm machine and aircraft building today. I do not want to speak long. I will give them the floor and they will tell you about their plans and the work that has started already.
[Sollers’s Principal-Owner/Director-General] : (…) Mr Berlusconi, I want to add that there are small Italian companies among our partners alongside Fiat. For instance, (…) Cooperation with Italian partners perfectly satisfies us, and I hope we will step it up. Thank you.
[Silvio Berlusconi (as translated)] : I want to thank and congratulate you, too-and ask some questions, if I can. First, what is the annual turnover of your company and how many do you employ? … It is really a large company. How much do you sell in Russia and abroad? … I congratulate you again on your successful performance. And another question, how has the crisis influenced your company?
[Vladimir Putin & Sollers’s Principal-Owner/Director-General] : bla… bla… bla…
[Silvio Berlusconi] : Russia is lucky to have Mr Putin. I have always said so, and I say it again.
[Vladimir Putin] : Thank you.
[Silvio Berlusconi] : Can I ask another question? It will be my last. Can I buy the first car you make?
[Sollers’s Principal-Owner/Director-General] : Of course.
[Silvio Berlusconi] : Can I expect a small discount? If Mr Putin buys the first car, I will buy the second.
[Vladimir Putin] : Oh no, it is settled! I’ll better buy me a plane.
[Silvio Berlusconi] : Are you interested in investments made in your company?
[Sollers’s Principal-Owner/Director-General] : Of course, we are.
[Silvio Berlusconi] : I think you should contact Mr Valentini, my aide, because we have some opportunities and can make offers. I will explain it. The matter is of great interest.
[Vladimir Putin] : Please, Mr Kogogin, tell us about farm machinery manufacture. Mr Kogogin represents KamAZ, one of our leading lorry manufacturers. You might have heard about it. (…)
[Vladimir Putin & Kogogin] : bla… bla… bla…
[Silvio Berlusconi] : I want to make an addition for the Sollers representative. Do plant construction workers have a five day workweek? … Do they work at night, too? …
[Vladimir Putin & Kogogin & Berlusconi] : bla… bla… bla…
[Director General of Sukhoi Co] : bla… bla… bla…
[Silvio Berlusconi] : So the jet will compete with the French-manufactured Airbus jet? … Have you sold any jets to Italian companies?
[Vladimir Putin & Director General of Sukhoi Co] : bla… bla… bla…
[Silvio Berlusconi] : I must say I am rather close to Alitalia because I took part in the struggle to make the company truly Italian. I made a pool of 15 entrepreneurs who purchased it. My position contrasted to that of the Left government, which intended to sell Alitalia to Air France. I opposed the decision because I considered that your market and the European one were developing the quickest from the point of tourism, and you know it. When I was in New York, I read about the latest United Nations research on this theme. A conclusion was made from it that the number of tourists would increase by 50% in eight years-from 800 million to 1.2 billion. The forecast concerned international and domestic interregional tourism. I think extensive development awaits this market from the point of jet sales. If you are interested in investments, please notify me-I have some interesting ideas on this score.
[Director General of Sukhoi Co] : We are working with our Italian partners with this aim. We will tell them about your ideas and possibly ask you for support.

(JIWON: This is what Berlusconi did while preparing his Italian FIAT’s business in Russian market. Always… this Italian guy was on alert with his business mind… even while he was treated to a 12-minute lap dance in his hotel room during a visit to Brazil on 2 Jul 2010. This scene just amazed me. Now… Who do you think completely destroyed this Italian business? Please ask www.repubblica.it. Under the normal circumstances, those holy humans should be called “TRAITORS” selling their country out.)

Berlusconi speaks of interdependence of Europe and Russia in oil and gas sector Feb 16, 2011 / By kyivpost.com
Italy, Russia Boost Strategic Partnership with Cultural Exchange Year Feb 17, 2011 / By english.cri.cn
Russian-Italian friendship: Art and commerce Feb 17, 2011 / By en.rian.ru
(…) Deals: Russia and Italy signed several deals during Medvedev’s visit, chief among them an agreement to open Russian airspace to Italian arms, military hardware and personnel being transported to Afghanistan. … Other deals involve joint prospecting for natural gas in Libya, the purchase of Russian commercial jetliners Sukhoi Superjet-100, and cooperation in nuclear power and high technology. (…) The history of Russia’s friendship with the Italians can be traced back to the 12th century … Italy is Russia’s second largest trade partner after Germany … Bilateral trade dipped as a result of the global economic downturn in 2008, but it is now picking up again, and is expected to reach $40 billion this year. (…) Berlusconi, a media mogul, has used his business savvy to build Italy’s relations with the outside world. The pragmatic Italian premier has repeatedly said that he will cooperate with the Russians whenever he can benefit from it. According to an economic advisor, Il Cavaliere (a nickname bestowed on Berlusconi for his diplomatic prowess) once had a vision that close strategic ties with Russia would be good for Italian business. When he took office in 1994, Berlusconi became the first Western leader to sign a treaty on friendship and cooperation with Moscow. And he has remained a loyal friend ever since.

(JIWON: No sooner had Sollers dropped Fiat JV, to team up with Ford than Italian PM Berlusconi rushed to another business with his Russian partners. Let’s just hope this brainless www.repubblica.it never to destroy ANY of them again… SIC!)

(Updated on FEBRUARY 20, 2011) – P.S.

Leaks Shows US Condescension Toward Berlusconi Feb 19, 2011 / By npr.org
Badge of honour for embattled Berlusconi Feb 19, 2011 / By ninemsn.com.au
(…) La Repubblica newspaper said Friday Berlusconi’s name will appear underneath the inscription ’20 febbraio 1986-20 febbraio 2011′ (February 20 1986-February 20 2011) to commemorate his 25-year ownership of the Serie A giants. (…)

(JIWON: Don’t get me wrong. If you directly visit www.repubblica.it, there are lots of stuffs about “Kill-B”. 😉 )

LIBYA: BERLUSCONI WORRIED ABOUT ALL MAGHREB AREA Feb 19, 2011 / By agi.it
(AGI) Rome – Pm Berlusconi, of the situation in Libya, said, “We are worried about everything happening there, in all the area.” The Prime Minister made the comment while leaving Palazzo Grazioli, speaking with reporters about the situation in Libya. He said, “I haven’t yet heard from Kheddafi. The situation is evolving and so I don’t feel I should disturb anyone.” . .

AFP: Berlusconi loath to ‘bother’ Kadhafi Feb 19, 2011 / By focus-fen.net
(…) Opposition leaders slammed Berlusconi’s muted response … Walter Veltroni (PD) said Berlusconi’s silence was “terrible and deafening”. Pier Ferdinando Casini (UDC) said, “In Libya, we witness a silent massacre of young intellectuals and workers who protest against a liberticidal regime.” He asked the Italian parliament to “clearly and firmly” condemn the Libyan crackdown. Angelo Bonelli (Greens) asked Berlusconi’s government “not to prop up” the Libyan leader. Italy “cannot go on backing a dictator who rules by systematically violating human rights and by refusing democracy for his people,” he said.
But Sandro Bondi (Berlusconi’s PdL) shot back, saying “The left-wing opposition seems to be at a loss as their favourite occupation is fabricating arguments, like the one over Libya.” Italy and oil-rich Libya, a former Italian colony, signed a friendship treaty in 2008 to further strengthen economic ties and fight clandestine immigration via the North African country.

(JIWON: Please look. Is there something wrong with Berlusconi’s remark? This is a sensitive issue for the Italian side. Isn’t it a real time for ALL Italians to prepare all kinds of diplomatic tactics”? By now, they should be busy at analyzing Post-Qaddafi era and all kinds of possibilities. What is the POLITICIAN’s main job? Are they politicians or what? In my humble opinion, they’d better QUIT the government and work for the human rights institutions. Wasn’t it Emma Marcegaglia, who blasted that there are anyway TOO MANY jobs for Italian politicians and Italian voters don’t need them in THEIR government? Italian politicians had better think of OIL, while Libyan politicians should think of HUMAN RIGHTS.)

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PART-12: Prodi’s Italy Heading Toward Eurabia!?! Therefore, Jerusalem Whore Elena Bashkirova’s Barenboim-Projects at Prodi’s Italian Headquarters Was Pure Political Event. Perfect!

(Updated on FEBRUARY 10, 2011) – DRAFT

http://www.google.com/search?q=Berlusconi+Marcegaglia
http://www.google.com/search?q=Prodi+Umberto+Eco

(JIWON: Tired… I still can’t figure out who is Ms. Emma’s ideal prime minister. However, I finally found out why Mr. Fini is still struggling to receive Italian voters’ hearts. Yeah… Italians don’t trust traitors. Hope to finish all my writing by tomorrow. )

(Updated on FEBRUARY 20, 2011)

How Europe Became Eurabia July 2004 / By jihadwatch.org
(…) Beyond a fleeting awareness, the overwhelming majority of Europeans and Americans do not understand the new Eurabian entity, which only the first step in a steady progression toward its Arabization and Islamization. … Most recently, this program of Euro-Arab symbiosis has been codified in a detailed report entitled, “Dialogue between Peoples and Cultures in the Euro-Mediterranean Area.” Released last October, this report (whose contributors included Umberto Eco and Tariq Ramadan) was to establish complete interdependence between Europe and the Arab-Muslim world. Romano Prodi, President of the European Commission, established the High-Level Advisory Group which stated the aims, policies, and routine functions of the foundation. (…) One can choose to ignore it, but Eurabia is a tangible entity. Eurabia has a discernible historical development, and its functionaries are now well entrenched in each European parliament, and at the head of the European Commission. Often Javier Solana merely parrots the Arab League’s Amr Moussa, or the Palestinian Authority’s Yasser Arafat. (…)

(JIWON: I assume this is a work by Jewish media. Provably settler-like Jewish one. If so, I must be careful while quoting its content. I saved this article just in case… )

The New York Times: A Capital of Europe? Brussels is primping Mar 2, 2002 / By michaelzwise.com
The EU & Brussels: A bureaucracy by any other name Aug 2, 2001 / By economist.com
The European Union is looking for a new, charming image for its home town (…) The number … will rise even further when the European Union expands to take in what may be as many as 12 new members. … the European Commission suggested that it would have to add 2,500 extra people to its staff because of enlargement (…) This expansion … has prompted the commission to start a debate on the role of the city as the “capital of Europe”. … Romano Prodi, the president of the commission, says his aim is to “make Brussels a place that all citizens of Europe can relate to”. (…) One thing he wants is some visible feature to act as a favourable symbol of Brussels across the EU … But it remains hideously ugly and screams bureaucracy—not exactly the image that Mr Prodi hopes to promote. … So Mr Prodi, eager to find some inspiring ideas—about architecture and much else besides—is staging two seminars on Brussels this year, with a cast of European intellectuals. The first, in May, did not go terribly well. One of the participating thinkers, Umberto Eco, emerged to call the exercise “completely artificial”, saying that Mr Prodi had “got together all these irresponsible people to find ideas and symbols for something that does not yet exist.” An accurate synopsis of Mr Eco’s novel, it might be said. But Mr Prodi is a courteous fellow and, rather than hit back at his guest’s smack across the chops, he will carry right on with his second seminar, next month.

(JIWON: I think this is the most interesting information from Search: “Prodi+Umberto+Eco”. Because I always find that Umberto Eco’s description exactly defines Prodi’s government.)

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