Who Liberalizes Italy? The Great Iron Monti? La Repubblica’s Scarecrow Politician Monti? “An Optical Illusion,” Says Berlusconi’s Monti.

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(Updated on DECEMBER 30, 2012) – BY THE WAY…
What exactly means “un terzo importante dato nella sentenza” in this article, CorSera: A Veronica 100 mila euro al giorno? Does it mean that both Berlusconi and Lario should shut up? Then, what happens in this case? International Media: Miss Lario filed for divorce… Lario said Berlusconi had never turned up to any of his own children’s 18th birthday parties. Should Miss Lario be fined whenever this kind of sentence circulates in Monti’s international market?
I know this, Miss Lario’s claim, is a pure lie. How do I know? While studying(!?) “History of B’s Trials”, I happened to find two important FACTs, including this one. I now have to find my files again, but if my memory serves me right, there was one article, in which Berlusconi furiously said that he had to attend Minor’s 18th birthday party, because this family was something-Craxi. And then… I happened to find one Italian article, perhaps CorSera, to report Berlusconi planning/celebrating You-Know-Who’s 18th birthday party. Hence, I couldn’t resist my curiosity and started to track back all B’s children’s 18th birthday. What hooked me the most was… What did Miss Lario do before/after/during/toward Marina’s 18th birthday?
Surely… I don’t have to shut up… And I don’t think I am insulting Miss Lario, because I also felt pity on Miss Lario’s children TWICE. The Second Time was when La Repubblica compared Pascale with Barbara’s mother. Doesn’t she look more like X? Just in case I am too depressed to say, “Happy New Year….”

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(Updated on DECEMBER 29, 2012) – Tribunale di Milano: A Veronica 100 mila euro al giorno. La sentenza è stata depositata, in gran segreto, il giorno di Natale.
Now, I worry more and more. No wonder Bunga-whores resumed their election campaign to form a perfect Tone-Cluster… oops sorry… Ensemble with PDL’s sex-toy, especially after Vatican paper backs Mario Monti’s Italy leadership bid. And Italians say… “Gelosie e recriminazioni, dichiarazioni di amore eterno che, contrariamente alle intenzioni delle promotrici, non fanno altro che incrementare la poca credibilità del Cavaliere, deteriorandone ulteriormente l’immagine (e io le ringrazio con il cuore).” Of course, part of Italians say…
As a matter of fact, I’ve been waiting for Pascale to start her election campaign via Berlusconi’s gossip magazines. I’m still waiting, because this is exactly how international media, starting from TELEGRAPH, are in desperate need of Italian scandal to highlight “Financial Times: Berlusconi attacks Monti and Germany, and Monti, Berlusconi on collision course, says Financial Times, and therefore, AFP: Italy’s Monti wants to block Berlusconi comeback: analysts.
Meanwhile, one comment that appeared in Il Giornale’s “Finally-Divorce-Article” hooked me. The reason why I have to PERFECTLY agree with this Italian comment was this word, INGENUO. Well… I will wait for Pascale’s New Year’s Message to Anti-Berlusconi Fan Club. This is the very female, who will surely behave worse than all those Bunga-whores, who recently made their hasty appearance, once part of Italians “Do Not Stand at B’s Grave and Weep”.
If I still fail to find “Calculated Behaviors” from New Year’s Pascale, I will start my election campaign. And my tone will not be sweet. PDL’s Berlusconi in recent months looked just like Daniel Barenboim. Until then… enjoy this Italian comment from Berlusconi’s real voter:
“Berlusconi, sarà un bravo imprenditore, ma è un ingenuo! Si è fatto fregare da più donne ed anche da più alleati! Avrebbe fatto bene a circondarsi da consiglieri capaci e disinteressati!Purtroppo, avere tanti soldi e tanto potere, attira gli avvoltoi e, se non si è scaltri, si fa la sua fine. Lino.”

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(Updated on DECEMBER 25, 2012) – Not sure if I’m allowed to write something tonight.
I tried several media sources. Not only it is too long, but also it is impossible to use translation-tools. Both Il Sole 24 Ore: AGENDA MONTI and Affaritaliani: AGENDA MONTI in Italian PDF files… alas. What hooked me, therefore/instead, was Il Sole 24 Ore version of Dieci idee per il Paese, l’agenda del Sole per il rilancio. As far as I know, those who truly appreciate Agenda-Monti don’t print another version to diagnose Italian economy. And despite my poor comprehension skills, I also think Agenda-Monti is in fact La grande offerta (strategica) di Monti è rivolta al Pd, and Professor Monti is ready to push XYZ into Bersani government.
Don’t get me wrong, please. In my humble/arrogant opinion, this kind of Agenda-Monti, whatever it is if it is truly written by ‘The Politician”, only works when it functions as a strong opposition leader in Bersani government. It sounds opposite, however. Therefore… I am curious.
How many PDL members will join Monti… ooops sorry… Casini… ooops sorry… Montezemolo… ooops sorry… Bersani? I always wonder why NONE of PDL members points out how furiously Luca Cordero di Montezemolo reacted against Berlusconi government’s austerity plan. If my memory serves right, his reason was no different from Monti’s Berlusconi, who is currently severely insulted as a disgusting populist. It was while Mr. & Mrs. Merkozy publicly humiliated Italian Prime Minister during October 2011 press conference in Brussels. I now feel funny that Montezemolo’s Monti is using this incident to insult Montezemolo’s Berlusconi. (Please read this article.) I have to write this, because I know that Frattini finally bid farewell. So… I am just curious… MERRY X-MAS.

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(Updated on DECEMBER 23, 2012) – What does this sentence mean? “MONTI: FRATTINI, SOSTERRO’ I PUNTI DELL’AGENDA ITALIA” At first, I found this from this petite Italian media, QuotidianoNet: Bersani: “Leali con Monti. Ma ora cambiamento” Alfano: “Impossibile collaborazione con noi”, and I thought that Berlusconi and Frattini are finally proving a terrific ensemble, after interpreting Frattini’s last sentence in my favorite way. It was while I was checking Italian headlines about [Frattini+Alfano] on Google-News. Then… when I tried [Frattini+Berlusconi] on Google-News, the only source was from La Repubblica, Matteoli contro Frattini, Monti divide il Pdl, and La Repubblica interpreted Frattini’s last sentence in Santanche’s most favorite way. Well… I might be wrong, of course. IF… If my interpretation is right, this interview, “MONTI: FRATTINI, SOSTERRO’ I PUNTI DELL’AGENDA ITALIA”, will become the most effective weapon to INSULT Bersani’s lollypop Mario Monti from the moment PM Bersani boasts his collaboration with President-or-whatever Mario Monti. In my opinion, this should be the way Berlusconi’s PDL handle the International media. Of course, I did read another terrific answer from Renato Brunetta, PDL: BRUNETTA, INCOMPRENSIBILI LE PAROLE DI FRATTINI, A TUTTO C’E’ UN LIMITE. This was the most terrific happening that I’ve ever seen from the PDL members. Isn’t this the best example of healthy debate? Isn’t this the start of healthy PDL? I can say this, because I remember Frattini’s another interview. I only worry that…

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(Updated on DECEMBER 20, 2012) – I am currently too tired to write something… so…
No one would believe, but my main keyword for internet searching in recent days was not [Pascale+Berlusconi] but [Frattini+Berlusconi or Frattini+Alfano]. And finally, Elezioni: Frattini, addio Berlusconi se lascia Monti e va con LN.
Yeah… I was ready for anything, but it is too shameful to follow international headlines about “Sex-addicted-Octogenarian with his new girlfriend ‘a third of his age’ to Campaign Against Monti”. I don’t think I understood 100% of what is written in this article-or-interview by Frattini. But I do know what means “Berlusconi ha il difetto di seguire le emozioni di alcuni consiglieri”. It has been my main problem.
Since everything is closely interrelated, I don’t want to show fragments of my writing, and I still believe that what is the most important for the Italian politician Berlusconi is to secure his grip on Senate-or-what after the general election. However… I worry more and more… No matter what happens… I still think that the most important issue inside the PDL members should be … Frattini: “Auspico un chiarimento tra Alfano e Berlusconi”. And I wondered why it took so long for this brainy politician Frattini to express his concern. See you soon…

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(Updated on DECEMBER 17, 2012) – SIC! SIC! SIC! How many days should I wait?
1. No special or a very special reason to waste my precious time playing computer games. I wanted to finish what I started. My whole life had nothing to do with computer or any kinds of (card) games, and therefore, it was such a huge headache to learn game skills. And then, I got more headaches whenever I took a break. I had to keep going. Meanwhile, there was something strange going on in Berlusconi’s Italy, and this made me hard to concentrate on this work. I am about to finish this work. It means that I can FINALLY go to my beloved country. But then, it will be mostly likely during the election period. What will happen to me? To cut the long story short, I never wanted this computer work to be used by trashy politicians… ooops sorry… my least favorite human beings. Yes… I desperately need B’s money. However… at least for me… there is no difference between millionaire B and billionaire B, and I never want to sell my soul to those XYZ. I now know that all those strange happenings had something to do with Francesca Pascale’s PDL, and it was before and after Pascale’s resignation as provincial councilor. But still, it’s very weird or interesting to watch that Pascale’s Berlusconi is becoming the laughing stock of Italy. It’s natural that whenever Daniela Santanche acts as regent, ((from behind the veil or in public), Pdl’s King Berlusconi becomes laughing stock of the entire world. But I used to believe that twenty-something sex-toy will surely help Italian politician Berlusconi to hook Italian voters in a better way than the Asian concubine can do. Weird…
2. Basically, there is nothing wrong with…

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(Updated on December 12, 2012) – Tomorrow… I will write. Yeah… this female is the worst case. Worse than Sabina Began… worse than Nicole Minetti. No wonder “La Repubblica & Pascale” are proud of their perfect ensemble. Am I the only one among the PDL members, especially the MALE politicians? If not… No one, from Alfano to Santanchè, should worry about anything. I can handle almost-any possible aftermaths. If not… No one, from Marina to Babara, should worry about anything. Just make sure one thing. Use this sex-toy as effectively as possible during the ITALIAN election campaign. I care nothing. I just worry about one thing. I worry that “this XYZ” makes PDL members, whose ability I used to highly appreciate, are fed up with B’s dying brain and announce their hilarious farewell. Starting from Franco Frattini… If so… I need to change my writing plan. This is why I can’t write anything tonight. I worry… really.

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(Updated on December 5, 2012) – Long time no see. Is there someone missing me? Or is “Every Female Sticking Around B.” now happy about my sudden disappearance? Time will tell which female politicians have been doing a terrific job, perfectly proving Nicole Minetti’s one-and-a-half interviews, “I’m not the only one!!!”. Some of them were simply couple of years older than Nun-Stripper-Minetti, and therefore, were not invited by Pimp-Politician Minetti in order to join B’s Inner Circle. Aren’t they? For them, NOW is the perfect time to ACT. Isn’t it? Time will also tell if this Korean proverb is just right, “제 버릇 개 주겠어?” NOW is all after B. listened to the phone conversations of all those females. To be honest, I worry that this has been one of hidden reasons behind “Collapse of PDL”. I may be wrong, of course.
To cut the long story short, I’m tired of waiting, waiting and waiting. It’s been weeks since I woke up in the morning with a definite intention of “I will write something!!!” And then, Berlusconi’s young supporters are asking me to wait, wait, and wait. So… I’ve just dedicated my precious time to “Organizing My Kids’ Computer Games”, and I don’t think I wasted my life. If I spent couple of months for the computer games, the rest of my life will be spent for “The Berlusconi Foundation”. So… why worry? Oh, yeah… I perfectly agree with Sir Berlusconi’s political vision… (I realized it after reading “Casini’s Party Expected To Gain X% of the Poll”)… but then… all these and those Italian articles advise me that I should follow Marina Berlusconi’s outcry and hilariously watch “Alfano’s Leading Someone’s Pdl Into the Hell”. And now… I can NOT find a reason to watch computer games any more. I can’t… Please let me resume this work… please… please… please. How many days, or weeks, should I wait more? Sigh…

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(Updated on September 29, 2012) – I’ve just finished a special assignment from my niece, phew. Sooner or later, I will be able to assist her computer game without disabling anything-computer or this work. I enjoy this job. For one reason or another, it’s been hard to concentrate after summer break and I was looking for the way to recover my ability to concentrate on this work. Having thought that learning computer game skills is one terrific way, I accepted her request, and to my surprise, its computer monitor was not hurting my eyes as much as my normal computer work used to do. But it was not my original plan. Whoever said whatever, “Fifty Shades” was a terrific audio book to train my English grammar. Hence, I wanted to read this book… and couple of chapters made me fed up with its simplest plot and boring story. Finally, I made up my mind to read “A Song of Ice and Fire” and had to write down the names of characters. Months ago, I couldn’t resist my curiosity about the future of Arya’s Direwolf Nymeria, so I’ve read some parts of Arya, Bran, and Jon. But I’ve never had a dream of reading the entire book despite my immediate applause for the author, who I thought was a British until yesterday… hum. My original plan whispers that by now, I should speed-read and finish the second installment, “2. A Clash of Kings in Korean translation” and start the third one, “3. A Storm of Swords in English” while resuming my computer work. Please ask my little fellows, baby Gerbils, who had to starve themselves down to cute(!?) thinness while I was learning the computer game skills, why I only finished reading the first installment, “1. A Game of Thrones in Korean translation”. Yeah… I am now thinking to start “2. A Clash of Kings in English”, and return to my normal life. Hence… happy birthday to Sir Berlusconi… For months, I’ve expected another b*tch’s media play and never wanted to join disgusting happenings on Sept 29. But… after checking Italian media and judiciary, which celebrate Bersani’s birthday with anything Ruby or Tarantini, I regretted my laziness and this is from the bottom of my heart. “Happy Birthday… Sir…”

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(Updated on SEPTEMBER 13, 2012) – Arrrggghhh! I am way behind in my work!!! BTW, who said this? Cool!!! «Non potrei dirle di dimettersi perché non l’ho votata, ma le consiglierei di fare come le ragazze di Miss Italia…» This is exactly what I am going to do with the Italian FEMALE voters. This b*tch dares to fool Pdl’s hard working members and still believes that it’s possible to blackmail “B & Co.”? We’ll see. Who is behind Nicole Minetti “angelo custode” della pediatria del Fatebenefratelli, if this female is determined to be rotten to the core at the Palazzo Pirelli? Has Pdl’s boss directly ordered direttore Luca Bernardo? Then, here is my answer. “Think of the Italian election… only after finishing the jail sentence. B slept with the minor.” 이 벌레만도 못한 년 놈들도 해결 못하면서 무슨 나랏일을 하시겠다고… Please check this Korean blog. As far as I know, this Rossonera was the last Korean female to insult Bunga’s B, and with this disgusting information now, she turned her back to anything-Berlusconi, regardless of whether this pimp has lied or not. See you soon.

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(Updated on SEPTEMBER 12, 2012) – I will resume this work. Due to my cell phone accident, I couldn’t resist my curiosity toward the tech world, “Battle of the Quad-Core”. Weeks ago, I could understand nothing and only felt headache whenever they talk about iPhone 3 or 4, nor did I knew what meant Galaxy. Now, I know how many Korean rivals are ready to join the battle of “GalaxyNote2 vs. iPhone5”. *^.^* Surely, I do want to finish this work as quickly as possible, and buy a brand, brand new Smartphone with MY money. *^.^*

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(Updated on SEPTEMBER 8, 2012) – Another accident on this computer. I seemed to buy the wrong computer. I always wanted to learn something basic about how to fix the computer or how to format or how to… after finishing this work, but recent happenings are completely alien to me, and I have to give up this dream. The thought of watching the computer monitor all day made me depressed. Now, I’m more pissed off than depressed…

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(Updated on SEPTEMBER 6, 2012) – Draghi stende la Merkel, un boccone amaro per Berlino: in Europa comanda lui. “Acquisto di bond illimitato”. Weird… At first, I thought that CorSera has surely become a symbol of Italian slave. Then, Libero was no different. I may be wrong, of course, but… according to what I read weeks ago… I do know how busy and tired Draghi’s ECB members have been. I read that they even had no time to sleep. However… is there something new in Draghi’s Statement on ECB Outright Monetary Transactions: Text? Isn’t this what was expected? If my memory serves me right… this is only a small part of Merkel’s election campaign. Let’s just hope that Italian PM Monti won’t be tricked by Spiegel or any other German media, which is currently acting as a mouthpiece of Merkel’s government. To be honest, I was/am very depressed…

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(Updated on AUGUST 31, 2012) – I’m pissed off… and busy, as well. Another happening… this time on my cell phone. I used to refuse all those countless phone calls until… The only reason why I accepted their offer was that I wanted to teach my mother to learn how to use smartphone before I leave this house. The iPhone screen size just doesn’t work for older person. Then… I found something wrong with the deal and I had to bla-bla-bla. Now, I am going to return to my original one, and I was so pissed off by their stinky business tactics that I read and read until realizing several reasons why they had to fool me like this. Yeah… I used to be a maniac of new technology but I hate filling drawers with unnecessary stuffs or throwing my beloved old ones. It was good to try brand new smartphone, but I am still pissed off. WHY? During this happening, I accidentally lost couple of important articles while initializing my old phone. I went to the computer and tried ALL kinds of keywords in vain; [Monti + Merkel + Euro + Exit + Fiat + Auto Industry + Chicago Tribune]. I am pissed off more, because it was one of lost articles, and I don’t remember which keywords would work to find other Monti-articles. I want one more day off, anyway. Seriously, I can’t concentrate on anything in this ultra messy room… sigh. Just in case, I hope it is not chronic dislocation of the shoulder. Berlusconi dislocates shoulder, wrist in fall. I feel very sorry that chocolate cake desert or any specific fitness regimen is not known for the therapeutic benefits. I’ve only read that weight-control is the best way to fight (degenerative) arthritis, which might be… Good-Luck!!!

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(Updated on AUGUST 28, 2012) – No one wants to work tonight. My town survived typhoon, which was supposed to be deadly serious. True that hard working all through the night turned out to be the lost labor, but I am still happy. In previous case, my area was among the worst. By the way, I did read “L’agenda di autunno del governo Monti”, which include 12 chapters about “Le misure per la crescita” and 8 chapters about “Le misure per la riforma dello Stato”. As usual, I hardly expect something from “Giustizia”, “Liberalizzazioni e concorrenza”, or “Mercato del lavoro”, because anything PM Monti will eventually become faithful lip-service and then media play, which however will be enough to fool the international market. I even suspect if JM Severino herself is full of political ambition and afraid of being targeted by Italian prosecutors. Or how can I interpret Monti… ooops sorry… Napolitano’s government? BUT… I do know that this issue, “Beni culturali e turismo”, will become the real thing that can’t full the international market. Already now, less and less Koreans/Asians are advised to travel the country of “chronic troublemakers of the Eurozone”. And Italy is in medal contention. Please… Costa Concordia disaster is just one of reasons. It was a-f-t-e-r I found Korean reports about “Italy is the worst place, if not Spain or Greece, for naïve tourists” that Sole 24 reported this. In Italia i reati tornano a crescere. But still, Sole 24 is the only Italian media, which raised this issue. So… I say… Good luck. (This has always been my issue, since Palestinian suicide bombers are never interested in Barenboim’s peace project while young. It is always…) Not all the poor Italians commit theft. We’ll see if PM Monti’s generous, academic(?) lectures can cure their broken hearts. Damn curious, though I plan no further work on this issue.

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(Updated on AUGUST 24, 2012) – Sorry for my laziness… I had an emergent assignment about “how to take care of baby gerbils”. My normal schedule will be anyway resumed next week… with my new companions, two baby gerbils “Mirage & Oasis”. *^.^*
By the way, shouldn’t this, Silvio depresso? “E’ superman ed è il padre di mio figlio”, clearly become a legal case? Let’s assume that there is nothing wrong with this b*tch’s ridiculous claim, who’s perfectly reminded me of Barenboim’s Russian whore, Elena Bashkirova. Then, Berlusconi truely deserves a jail sentence in both Tarantini and Ruby case, whether B donated his sperms only to help Taramtini’s fellow pimp or B becomes a godfather in Italian Catholicism just as this female intended. IF NOT, this kind of media play should become a legal case, since not only Pdl members but also Pdl voters can become plaintiffs… according to Minetti’s faithful prosecutors. (… or are they Minetti’s judges? I need to check Italian newspapers about THAT again…) We’ll see. I am just sick of this disgusting, endless media play either by Began or Minetti or Polanco or Whoever-B*tch. And this is the only way to protect REAL female politicians/entrepreneurs, who have been sharing smilar political viewpoint with B but couldn’t join B’s party for THIS reason. We’ll see.

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(Updated on AUGUST 21, 2012) – Phew!!! I finally finished reading d-r-a-g-h-i. Whether his favorite is ECB-rate-cut or not, whether his favorite is LTRO or not, whether his favorite is SMP or not, whether his favorite is ELA or not, whether his favorite is EFSF or not, and whether his favorite will be ESM or not…

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(Updated on AUGUST 19, 2012) – Tomorrow, I will resume this work. I was ill. No special reason. I wanted to change my computer-posture, and my entire body ache was supposed to be followed by common cold. Since it showed my typical symptom of serious cold, I had to sleep… and then… became lazy, to be honest. Weirdly, I still need to get rid of phlegm in my throat. Anyway, I will change my computer-posture no matter what, or I will have to accept this ridiculous version of my physical shape… with my legs getting thicker and thicker… sic. Perhaps, I’d rather carry a parasol and exercise under the sun, if my fragile skin and computer work both prefer night workout. For months, there has been no time to go out after sunset, and I am also getting sick of walking in the middle of night… sigh.

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(Updated on AUGUST 13, 2012 18:30) –
5. (… continued from the previous writing…) I don’t think it was computer virus that caused this disastrous happening. Anyway, I wanted to cry when I realized that I’ve lost my whole past week, which files were mostly about ECB president Draghi’s struggling. Hence, I had to laugh and laugh while RE-organizing Il Cav si ritrova pelato. Ecco le foto choc (Aug 7) to figure out whether Mr. Bandana-Addio looks “al naturale” or “choc”.
It was a real happening, because I do remember how I lost my mental fitness when I found Bald-Berlusconi addressing perhaps-fellow-politicians during his heydays. Healthy Berlusconi’s round face with shining premature baldhead looked sooooo comical that I could do nothing but laugh. This is when I truly appreciated B’s philosophy(!?) about bandana project, because it was literally impossible to concentrate on B’s speech or election campaign or whatever. But now, I am surprised to find that Baldy B looks quite natural rather than comical or shocking. And I wonder why Sir Berlusconi has never tried pink or yellow loungewear with a proper hat/bandana. Whenever I watch all the grandiose works by Italian paparazzi, Berlusconi’s only casual uniform seemed to be dark blue. I always wondered why, because Today’s Grandpa B will look cute or lovely rather than comical or shocking in his colorful costumes.
Yeah… I’ve also lost files about Dopo Malinconico, Dopo Zoppini, e Dopo Passera: nuova grana per Monti (Aug 9), which legal comedy happened right after PM Monti was advised by Lawmaker Allies to Halt Berlusconi Criticism (Aug 7) and showed his willingness to Say He Regrets Berlusconi Remark (Aug 7) and collaborate with Pdl on future issues, part of which will surely focus on the Justice Reform.
Fortunately, I do remember what Wikipedia: Adelfio Elio Cardinale says. That “sottosegretario di Stato alla Salute nel governo Monti” è sotto inchiesta a partire dalla fine degli anni ’90 … Mai convocato dai magistrati pugliesi … Mai convocato per l’udienza preliminare … despite his marriage to Berlusconi’s Renato Schifani’s “il magistrato Annamaria Palma Guarnier”. What a genius prosecutors in Bari, who have expected since 1990s that Berlusconi’s Schifani’s Guarnier’s husband will be summoned by PM Monti, and have waited until PM Monti revealed his willingness to reform Italian judiciary. Cool!
What’s more interesting is that for the Italian judicial circles, Mafia only existed during the 1990s and Italians nowadays are now free from double taxation threatened/protected by [Mafia + Italian judiciary]. Only International headlines report that Mafia has been taking advantage of euro-zone economic woes and they gained more power in northern Italy as euro crisis deepened. Yet, I’ve never read Italian media reporting Italian judiciary fighting against TODAY’s mafia. Who knows? They will start investigation only after prosecutor Ilda Boccassini laughs at Berlusconi’s funeral. Currently, they are simply too busy.
Returning to the original issue…

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(Updated on AUGUST 11, 2012 06:00) – Another accident on the computer. Impossible to work until…

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(Updated on AUGUST 8, 2012 20:15) –
5. I think I have to give up. As usual, has Casini become the most beneficiary of La rabbia del Pdl contro l’intervista di Monti: «Con Berlusconi spread a 1.200» Poi scuse al Cavaliere: frase estrapolata (Aug 7)? I don’t watch Olympics games, but there is still not enough time for this work.
More precisely speaking, there is no way for my brain to figure out the difference between “Could Eurobonds Help Solve the Euro Crisis?” and “What’s Wrong with Debt Monetization by the ECB?”. I hoped my curiosity to be answered by L’editoriale (E. G. della Loggia): Non è solo questione di soldi. It didn’t.
I don’t understand why I feel lost whenever I follow the Italian media. I knew that Mario Draghi would do something important on August 2, but Monti: «Se lo spread rimane altoin Italia ci sarà un governo anti-euro» was what I got. Then, a series of mysterious happenings here and there, in order for PM Monti’s interview techniques to be questioned. Outside Italy, however, Mario Draghi was the hottest issue. Hence, there was a huge gap between [Monti + Merkel] and [Draghi + Merkel], whenever I tried these different keyword groups.
It was after I read Italian headlines about PM Monti’s Spiegel interview but before it became German scandal that I happened to find one weird comment about Verbatim of the remarks made by Mario Draghi (Jul 26). That American Presidential Candidate Obama could become another keyword to understand this historical happening. With this information, everything looked suddenly different, and I had to read EVERYTHIG again. This is where I gave up. I don’t suffer from tropical nights. I sleep very well. But I do suffer from the lack of physical exercise, and I don’t sleep well. In recent days, my suddenly-worsening eyesight, sore eyes bothered me so much that I could do nothing.
Anyway, if this source is right, it was a genius tactics from the ECB president Draghi’s political brain, which functioned just like that of Berlusconi’s Pdl member.
In the meantime, I rather wanted to spend my time with another Italian scandal, Tagli al Corsera, De Bortoli se ne va? Al Sole lo aspettano a braccia aperte (Jul 28). Because CorSera in recent days has been a real headache and I made up my mind to find the best way to understand this Italian newspaper.
(… let’s sleep… last night, I intentionally skipped this message, because I never wanted to defend poor(?!) Monti despite “Yeah-I-know-all”…)

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(Updated on JULY 31, 2012 21:00) –
4. Is it true that Merkel si schiera con Draghi e ‘scarica’ Bundesbank: “Sì all’acquisto di titoli di Stato (Jul 30)”?
For days, I couldn’t understand why it was hard to organize Draghi or IMF or Merkel related articles. I did organize everything, and all I had to do was to figure out which and how many important happenings to be organized after my each posting. It was difficult. In Italian media, Italian situation itself looked so dire, from Pressione fiscale: in Italia è la più alta del mondo (Jul 19) to Palazzo Chigi smentisce riunioni d’emergenza (Jul 25) and to [Stato-Mafia] Morte di D’Ambrosio, cordoglio e polemiche. l’ira di Napolitano. Di Pietro : «Qualcuno si è approfitato di lui» (Jul 26). So dire that it was only after I checked Korean media that I realized how important Draghi’s remark was. Draghi preme su Bundesbank: «La Bce pronta a qualunque cosa per salvare l’euro. E questo basterà» (Jul 26). Anyway, I finally finished organizing THESE articles since Merkel: «Nessuna solidarietà senza controlli» (Jul 15) and correlated Italian happenings with this computer work. Too tired to shout “Cheers!”.
And… Please don’t expect anything “Legge Elettorale” or “Legge Vote” from my brain. After finally realizing the difference between “Semipresidenzialismo” and “Legge Vote”, I tried several imformation-sites, including Wikipedia and Korean encyclopedia. To my surprise, Korean informaion/blogger was more detailed, always highlighting Italian history and comparing it with Korean one. For example, Crimical Craxi’s political achievement was much more important or valuable than what I usually picked up from Italian media, and therefore, there was something more behind Berlusconi’s deliberate friendship with Russian Putin. But it still lacks the recent sources, and I am the one, who even don’t know Korean electoral system.
The only thing I understood was that (1) the current law, (proportional system), was introduced maily because of TOO-MANY prime ministers causing unnecessary confusion in state affairs and (2) it was to minimize the negative effects of regionalism and (3) it usually does (inferior-or-supersmart) female candidates better. And the results has been (1) Grillo: Presidenzialismo può portare a dittatura or (2) Berlusconi: Paese ingovernabile, riforme per non trattare con Casini or (3) Minetti: «Dimissioni? Berlusconi mi ha detto di resistere» Alfano: «Il caso Minetti è chiuso, il resto attiene ai suoi diritti costituzionali» or (4) simply “PORCATA”!!! *^.^*
Another thing I picked up from Italin media is what an issue this word, “PORCELLUM” has been. From Cosa sono il Porcellum e il Mattarellum? to Editoriali – I partoto e la legge elettorale: Forza, liberateci dal porcellum and to Legge elettorale, Alfano accelera: Il legittimo sospetto: Bersani e compagni si vogliono tenere il “Porcellum”. Headache is what I got… sic. Hence, let’s talk about music.
When Murdoch’s british media only reported Italy calls Merkel a ‘lard ass’ (Jun 30), without mentioning German happening about La tv tedesca «Balo e Cassano? Cani randagi» (Jun 29), Itlaian folks were busy at supervising PM Monti’s feet and mouth(!?). From Il professore non ascolta Libero e va a Kiev per vedere la finalissima: non canta nemmeno l’inno e ci porta rogna to Il prof Monti porta sfiga?Sì, per l’81% dei lettori. From Sondaggi: Mario Monti chiede la prova tv sull’inno di Mameli. Secondo voi il premier ha cantato? to Monti alla prova tv: “Ho cantato l’inno, c’è il video”. What an Italian reaction…
Guess what? Il Canto degli italiani was actually my “Issue of The Day”. As usual, Deutschlandlied sounded like Deutschlandlied. And then… Italian national anthem sounded sooooooooo weird, but I couldn’t figure out what made me feel like that. Hence, I had to go to Youtube to listen to it. More weird, because the music itself sounded very lyrical, a typical example of the country of La Scala. So I went to check its lyrics. Oh, my! What a scary text! Il Canto degli italiani was a mysterical combination of something lyrical and something bloody. Hence, I went to Youtube to listen to it again and again.
Simply put, tempo was TOO FAST. I promise that it was real hard for PM Monti’s slow(!?) voice to follow this song. Then, I realized that “l’inno – Euro 2012” was faster than any previous years. Let me stop this writing, please. If you have a further question, you’d better contact Zubin Mehta’s Italian musicologists, who risked their professional life to justify the interpretation of Barenboim’s German whore, Waltraud Meier, or Romano Prodi’s sociologist, because I also found one impressive Youtube, in which PM Prodi also failed to sing Il Canto degli italiani despite its not-so-fast tempo.
Whether its unbelievable tempo was due to Scandalo scommesse, un danno al marchio del calcio italiano (May 29) or Buffon a muso duro: “Io in Procura? I media ne sanno più di me” (May 30) or even Confindustria: con questa speculazione internazionale siamo quasi tutti a rischio default (Jul 19), it was a fascinating issue, because it has always been the main theme of my computer work; “Training Gifted Kids” or “Cloning Alessandro Nesta”, simply put. (In this case, Paolo Maldini still failed to receive my invitation. No time to watch his heydays. Blame “Histry of B’s Trial”, please. *^.^*)
And… I don’t want to write more. You’d better ask Zubin Mehta’s Italian musicologists, who will risk their professional life again to justify the interpretation of… Please ask them why I’ve NEVER accepted the Spanish summer music school of Barenboim’s WEDO. Please look. Spagna: «Non abbiamo un soldo. La Spagna sarebbe fallita senza Bce» Il Bundestag approva gli aiuti alle banche spagnole (Jul 19)??? I promise. Spanish government, Junta de Andalucía at least, still enjoy enough government fund. Pilas/Andalusia se resiste a perder el Diván y pide a la Junta que se retome en 2013 (Jun 25). Am I exaggerating? It is days ago that I read that the general citizens in Spanish Reginal Government still have no idea about austerity.
When did I report how those Berlin/Jerusalem pigs, Barenboim’s Russian whore in particular, abused government fund and how Spanish orchestras were ruined by their arrogant music business? What did I receive from the Andalucian Regional Cultrual Minister? Holy shit. Now, I drop my jaw when I read the amount of debt in Spain’s regional governments. Isn’t the debts of Junta de Andalucía Spain’s No.3 or No.4, right behind the footballer’s heavens, Real Madrid and Barcelona? How can I forget that disgusting moment? That Female Cultural Minister was a typical examle of Spain’s Pink Government, which used to insult B’s dirty joke about anything pink.
As usual, the British media resumed its comedy. Guardian: That’s perhaps why Monti seems so un-Italian to his countrymen. They say that his humour – calm but cutting – makes him appear very English (Jul 30). Who knows? Mr. Mario Monti is in fact a gay, who is the only sensitive, pure musician in the British music society.
Now, don’t you think I should go to the music of Silvio Berlusconi? And… send him to hell first, before allowing him a chance to taste Golden Key? This is almost 21 o’clock, and I don’t know why there is no report about “Legge elettorale, Alfano: Nostro testo al Senato”. Of course, I do have an opinion. Bersani: “Berlusconi ha scelto modello francese dopo visita a Parigi. Speriamo non vada in Iran” (Apr 10, 2010)??? I read, probably in Sole 24, that Berlusconi had to choose the Spanish model only to negociate with Bersani’s Pd. Then, not only there is still no improvement in this talk, but also Il Pdl rischia la scissione. Gli ex An contro “lo spagnolo” (Jul 18). Then, go to Germany… period. Isn’t this country is where Pd politicians, from Prodi to Bersani, want to kiss Ms. Merkel’s ass? Sorry… I mean… THEIR wishful utopia… This is what Sole 24 predicted, as a matter of fact… I think.

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(Updated on JULY 27, 2012 20:00)
3. Unexpected answer from Pdl’s Alfano. But the steadfast Alfano, as usual. Alfano: “Berlusconi, il leader più credibile… come è successo per alcune primarie… Per me il caso Minetti è chiuso, il resto attiene alla sua libertà e ai suoi diritti costituzionali”. Hence, here goes my next writing.
What really means Pdl’s Alfano? B’s only heir to the throne of Pdl or ForzaItaly or WhatsoeverParty? For me, Pdl’s Alfano means Berlusconi’s true loyalist. Therefore, his name doesn’t have to be Angelino Alfano. It could be another name and I’ve been reading each article very carefully to figure out Who’se Who. And I know that Vittorio Sgarbi cannot be his name, unless I missed something from Sgarbi’s media play. It was while reading Sgarbi-articles that I realized this. Then, months later, I was knocked down by Alfano’s large stature, because I used to think that he was Pdl’s Dwarf No.3, after Boss and after Brunetta. *^.^* Then, weeks later again, I finally realized that this politician is not enough photogenic and the warmth in his voice is what makes him a true loyalist around lonely Berlusconi. Yes. The moment his voice loses THIS warmth while standing next to B, I will let you know.
Sgarbi: «Alfano è un incapace Non può essere l’erede del Pdl. Berlusconi ha tutto il diritto di fare il capo del suo partito.» (Jul 23). Basically, this kind of criticism should be welcomed, especially inside Alfano’s Pdl or ForzaItaly or WhatsoeverParty. But from Sgarbi? E Sgarbi lancia il Partito della Rivoluzione “Nicole e Rosi Mauro meglio di Alfano” (Jul 23). I am still trying to figure out if Sgarbi’s remark is in fact to blackmail Pdl’s real leader Berlusconi, since his radically revolutional party has nothing to do with Pdl’s “Legge Elettorale” or likely interferes with their political battle.
Have I only mentioned Sgarbi’s nasty behaviours during Moratti’s Milan-term? I also know that Sgarbi’s big mouth contributed to Sandro Bondi’s resignation from Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali, and Sgarbi was vey unhappy when Giancarlo Galan was appointed Bondi’s successor. Days ago, on Jul 17, I just forgot to mention this comical episode. It was in fact what I was supposed to write months ago when I planned a grand posting about Sgarbi’s B or B’s Sgarbi. By then, my research on “Sgarbi: From Rai’s biggest flop to Mafia’s dearest target” was about to figure out how Sgarbi managed his battle against B’s new minister Galan.
It was while “Berlusconi, the hero of Tarantini or Minor or Bunga or Lario-scandal” was suffering from XYZ symtoms, (… let’s hope former Foreign Minister Franco Frattini to know what I mean…), and Alfano was quietly consoling his boss and trying to lighten B’s bad mood at B’s private residence. Of course, it was also while Sgarbi made an open interview that Bunga’s B is now too old to govern the country and should retire, and then provided “LaRepubblica’s most target B” with a group of showgirls or escorts or simply-prostitutes, with the intention of getting a professional reward in return. Anyway, I had to stop reading Sgarbi-articles and everybody knows why. Too busy while preparing for “The Day after PM Berlusconi’s Forced-Resignation”. I now think that this is the best way to finish that DRAFT, which started on September 1, 2011.
Anyway, considering Sgarbi’s always-provocative attitude, he deserved death threats from XYZ, including Mafia. I may be wrong, of course, but I believe that if Italian prosecutors and judges should exist to investigate and punish Mafia’s organized crime, Italian politicians need to learn how to control them. I read that Mussolini wanted to eradicate the Sicilian Mafia, and as a result, these criminal gangs have spread to the entire Italy. I also heard, from one Korean fan’s opera lectures, that foreign tourists should not be worried while traveling Scilian Island. Because Scilian or Italian Mafias usually and strictly follow their OWN rules, so harming or killing foreigners is never their intention even during the gunfight in public street.
In my humble opinion, anyone but Sgarbi can criticize Pdl’s Alfano, who is currently doing an impossible job. How can Pdl’s Alfano become a strong leader when Monti’s ABC Cabinet doesn’t represent the policy of Italian voters of [A+ B + C] but that of [A + B + B.bis]? Even here, B doesn’t stand for Bersani but for Camusso-bis. Let’s assume that Alfano is the most power in Monti’s ABC Cabinet. He still needs to handle all the dirty shits created by countless b*tches from [Tarantini or Minor or Bunga or Lario-scandal]. Simply put, the dirtiest shit from Nicole Minetti to Marystelle Polanco, and this work is still on-going, because Italian election is always a close-run thing.
Anyway, I don’t think that Mafia’s death threat will not end up as a mere joke, if Sgarbi keeps his kind of behavious. Am I teasing? I worry this guy, as a matter of fact. I am somewhat sure that Sgarbi, while young, was a quite good looking guy with a persuasive voice, and his provocative remarks, behaviors or debate skills worked as a merit for his professional career, whether as a politician or an art critic. But nowadays, I am afraid to say that his voice is only getting older and uglier… and everyone knows how he looks, especially whenever he loses his temper. Am I the only one, who had to keep raising my eyebrow while listening to Sgarbi’s degate show with Emma Marrone? I did this when I understood nothing in Italian language.
When PM Berlusconi was forced to step down, all Italians knew that this stinky process, whether Ruby or Ruby-bis, will go nowhere, and what really made them sick of or the real reason of Italian media’s “campagna mediatico-giudiziaria” was hypocritical arrogance of females involved in Minetti-gate. Actually, I’ve hardly heard more arrogant voice than this one. It literally made me turn away from Italian language. Hasn’t this been a frequent issue among the academics, who called it “the cheapest British-Italian”? No matter what, I still think that Sgarbi is the only politician, who can contribute to Pdl’s victory with his election campaign with Pornstar Nicole Minetti. Therefore… I rather say, Cheers!
When his Porno-project with Pornostar Minetti results in Pdl’s final victory in a national election, he is welcome to Sgarbi: «Alfano è un incapace Non può essere l’erede del Pdl». Why not?
Who would believe that I had a terrific time while reading Sgarbi-articles? While reporting Sgarbi’s battle with [Bondi+Galan], they also pointed out the secret or privilege of Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali. It was a fascinating issue and I couldn’t believe my eyes. There was not enough detail/information in that article, but I could smell that this was exactly what I suggested to Merkel’s German Government, after figuring out musical organizations in German local communities. Considering my current computer work, you’re welcome to imagine their answer. And now, Germany, especially big cites like Berlin or Munchen or…, is full of all kinds of foreign shits, and only Nazi followers are rather going to sound like a pure German.
But then, this idea has already existed in Italian government. In Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali, indeed. Hence, I was supposed to finish Sgarbi-posting as quickly as possible and PROUDLY supervise Monti’s MiBAC. SIC… I even had no time to take a casual peek into Minister Lorenzo Ornaghi, a famously single-guy’s sex life… SIC~

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(Updated on JULY 26, 2012 18:30) – Which one should I finish first? I am still in the middle of my report about [Ruby-Pimp] trial or my advice for Minetti’s prosecutors. This one, however…
1. I found the original text of Minetti’s “one and a half” interviews with “Chi” and “Vanity Fair”. So… what this very heroine of The Bordello State… Brothels (Sep 14, 2010) was supposed to claim… via “Vanity Fair: Scontro. «Inventata». «No, tutto vero»”… was this: “le donne non mi perdonano questo posto in Regione. Sono diventata il simbolo di quelle che hanno fatto carriera politica senza meritarlo. Ce ne sono tante come me, ma l’unica a portare la lettera scarlatta sono io.” How many times have I written that this is exactly what I shall learn from Minetti’s future interviews? Let’s go on.
2. Who says “Nessuno può obbligare un rappresentante delle istituzioni a dimettersi”? PM Monti? Sicilia “Grecia d’Italia”: Monti chiede le dimissioni di Lombardo (Jul 17). Or President of Sicily, Raffaele Lombardo‎, who earned over 65% of the regional votes? Sicilia, Lombardo conferma: Mi dimetto il 31 luglio… si vota a fine ottobre (Jul 24). Or Italy? Caso Sicilia, piano di rientro e riorganizzazione (Jul 25). Or Lombardy’s regional councilor, Nicole Minetti, who freely entered Plazzo Pirelli at the request of the Roman Catholic priest don Luigi Verzè? Minetti: «Dimissioni? Berlusconi mi ha detto di resistere» (Jul 23) Whoever says “Nessuno può obbligare un rappresentante delle istituzioni a dimettersi”, Pdl’s Alfano should never forget this humiliating moment. Who knows? It was none but old, dying, greedy Berlusconi, who was behind this claim and will completely ruin already-dying Pdl.
3. I don’t think I can finish IT tonight… so… don’t want to show fragments… a series of clues about tomorrow’s writing will be… (Sgarbi… MiBAC… “Ho cantato l’inno, c’è il video”… Something-B going to hell/heaven…)

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(Updated on JULY 24, 2012 18:30) – A serios of happenings, from La Puttana d’Italia: «Berlusconi mi ha detto che…» (Jul 23) to Intervista di D’Alema all’Unita: «I provvedimenti del governo cadono tutti sulle nostre spalle. Ormai la situazione è insostenibile per colpa del Pdl» (Jul 24)
Hence, this is my very private/political message to B’s Alfano, who I think is one of real loyalists around Sir Berlusconi… just like Piersilvio. I thought that I could finish this writing tonight… impossible… keep yawning… let’s sleep!!! Please look. Sometimes, Korean language is worth learning. “나라를 그 꼴로 만들어 놓고 터진게 주둥아리라고 그 따위 소리가 나온다 이거지… 똥이 무서워서 피하냐, 더러워서 피하지…”

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(Updated on JULY 23, 2012 18:30) – I am still lost. What a hard job it is to organize my own writings, a collection of DRAFTS. And I am now completely lost.
1. I partiti ora trattano: per votare in autunno legge elettorale subito??? Since when have Bersani or La Repubblica’s Pd lost votes? For months, especially since Pd’s Godfather Napolitano’s Labor reform on Mar 23, I’ve only read what kind of victory they would taste in the coming election. Have Italian media ever reported something about FORMER leftist or communist voters? No matter what kind of analysis I make, it’s impossible to imagine B’s victory, as long as the “Anti-Minetti Voters, who are partly female, partly Catholic, and partly moderate,” vow never to support B again. I feel weird, though, that the same voters have also turned their back on X, whose favorite propaganda slogan is “Disgusting Bunga”. Altogether, they seemed to rush to Grillo.
2. I feel weird. I did follow everyday happening. Which article should come first? Il “Ft” critica la riforma del lavoro: “Protetti gli anziani, non i giovani. Giovani penalizzati da riforme lavoro e previdenza” (Jul 17) or L’«Economist» su Berlusconi:«L’ultima cosa che serve all’Italia» (Jul 20)? Just as Anything-B can cover Italy’s biggest scandal, from Trattative Stato-mafia, Severino: no limiti all’accertamento della verità. Le intercettazioni di Napolitano vanno tenute segrete, sempre to La trattativa Stato-mafia è nero su bianco da un pezzo, or from Napolitano: «Mai uscito di un millimetro dal mio ruolo» to [Di Pietro + Libero]: Trattativa Stato e Mafia: Napolitano si crede oltre la Costituzione
3. But then, Il “Ft” critica la riforma del lavoro could no more be covered by Anything-B. It was followed by more gloomy news.
4. According to “The Economist”, Berlusconi, the last thing Italy needs, introduced few structural reforms and, largely as a result, Italy’s economic growth was negligible. Well, I’ve never seen more favorable review than this one from “The Economist.” And to my surprise, not Libero: La vittima illustre, lo stesso segretario Alfano but Affaritaliani: La prospettiva di Berlusconi perfectly answered “The Economist” and explained why Berlusconi dares to commit himself body and soul to return to his days of Forza Italy.
5. Always, this computer work has rather brought Human Trashes together, catering for their professional interests, so I don’t want to write more. Let’s just say that this is part of my original writing plan about WHO was/is a real cancer to kill democracy in Italy.
6. Last night, I really wanted to write something but changed my mind. Let’s observe more happenings. I’ve never seen a harsher criticism from Italian business circles… against Bocconi Professor Monti. What I feel funny is that even the leftist newspaper, Affaritaliani, is toward something-Berlusconi.

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(Updated on JULY 17, 2012 21:00) – Phew… I’ve finally finished organizing all the reactions from the Pdl members on the issue of Minetti’s forced-resignation. Since this part can belong to my current writing, I don’t mind wasting time on this. Clearly, I know that I should also count “a wolf in sheep’s clothing,” such as Began contro Minetti: «Berlusconi, un toro», which only maximizes Minetti’s project to make B. and Alfano’s leadership a national laughingstock.
1. I don’t want to misunerstand Mariastella Gelmini. At first, I thought that she was busy at choosing the best way to protect her Tweet-activity. But still, her choice of word, or what looked like a real opinion, “il linciaggio mediatico,” pissed me off, and I wrote what I wrote last night. Isn’t this exactly how the political leadership of Gelmini’s boss, if she really thinks so, has been regarded as a national laughingstock while Minetti was effectively taking advantage of “il linciaggio mediatico” at every important moment of Pdl, from “National Referendum” to “Legittimo Impedimento”? But then, her remark on “un ritorno alla militanza” was the most terrific. It deserves my apology. Basically, this opinion was the very first expression from anonymous Pdl member, whose MALE name I forgot. (Some time later, I tried to find his interview again, but couldn’t.) Anyway… I am still real curious about what made her to call Brambilla “Cagna”. ^*.*^
2. I think… La Russa’s opinion was the best. La Russa: “credo che, come ha fatto Angelino Alfano, sia legittimo chiedere la sue dimissioni”. But then… different media report something another. I need to know more, but too tired.
3. Wasn’t Giancarlo Galan the one who says… Berlusconi torna in campo, Galan: meglio di un orgasmo… just few days ago? I still can’t understand his Italian when he claims, Galan: Minetti non andava candidata. Mandarla via ora non ha senso. This female politician was among “inserita/eletta nel listino bloccato de Pdl”. This is exactly why she has no choice when “The Boss” wants to find a better option to prove his political idea. Too tired to write more tonight, since this is the very-Italian rule, without which it is hard for any Political Leader to survive in this hopeless situation, and one of the main themes in my current writing.
4. It was after last night that I finally figured out Galan was one of B’s loyalists. (And “The Holy Roman Alemanno” is trying to act as a peacemaker and going to report to his fellow “Colonnelli” about what is exactly in B’s political mind and how much private money B. poured into THEIR party… tired.) But then, with Galan’s mysterious remark, B’s leadership has become a national laughingstock. What is he going to do? In case of Sgarbi attacca Alfano: «Non ha titolo per farla dimettere», this guy was a frequent writer for Il Giornale, which reported Alfano: “Sto con Berlusconi. La Minetti si dimette lunedì”. What’s wrong with him? It simply tells me that (1) blackmailing used to be his only weapon to build his political career inside Pdl, or (2) Sgarbi is just a greedy Narcissist, who only thinks of how to use this golden opportunity to advertise his controversial/notorious debate skill, which usually ends up as nothing-but-chaos, or (3) this is why “Artists in general” are regarded as “No-Brain”. Hasn’t he already forgotten how he was dumped by his girlfriend after Porno-Festival-Scandal? Brrr… Whenever his ridiculous behaviors pissed me off, his results usually became so comical that I couldn’t help but laugh, tease this very-Italian guy, and understand B’s reason to keep his friendship no matter what… but now… I am too tired to accept this disgusting remark. So… does he now wants to kick Alfano out of his party and take over his title? Just like what he did in Milan years ago during Moratti’s term?
5. When Guido Crosetto made a valuable suggestion, La proposta di Crosetto: “Paghiamo vitalizio alla Minetti per farla andare via”, weeks ago, I apprecieated it but worried, because it will merely end up wasting Pdl members’ valuable fortunes. Please think of this whore’s luxrious media play. Just like Passera’s “Dl Sviluppo”, it might end up as “filling a BOTTOMLESS pit”… or surely more… because this female has now become “Expert on Extortion” and will never give up. I never wanted any Pdl members to waste their money on such useless stuff as what is worth less than worm… according to Italian comment section. Hence, I rather preferred Il Pdl attacca Minetti. Mantovani la difende: «Cicciolina e Minetti? Stessi elettori». But then… what was Minetti’s official answer? Minetti Pornostar: “Sto valutando con i miei legali ogni iniziativa da intraprendere contro chi vuole distruggere la mia figura di donna e il ruolo di politico che ricopro con impegno e orgoglio da sempre”. It was while “La Minetti fa shopping senza reggiseno,” constantly organizes her bikini shows, and boasts the most brilliant “assenteisti record”… even after blackmailing Berlusconi with her version of “Legittimo-Impedimento per 37 minuti in Consiglio regionale”. Now, poor Guido Crosetto has no option but to assist Lega Nord’s happiest moment, Cecchetti (LN): “se Minetti lavora in Consiglio sua presenza va bene. ai cittadini lombardi importa poco delle eventuali dimissioni della Minetti perche’ badano ad argomenti piu’ urgenti come Imu e esodati”… with this poor remark, Crosetto: Minetti? Partito parli cose serie. Now, what is Mario Mantovani going to do? It’s now Mantovani’s turn to behave as a Lombardy’s laughingstock.
6. Please look. One journalist, whose least/most favorite subject is Berlusconi and doesn’t miss this golden opportunity to draw public attention or earn his salary with such stuffs, acting as Minetti’s guardian angel, clearly wrote. “Minetti onesta e brava (nel suo): ecco perché la ammiro … A giudicare dalle intercettazioni telefoniche che la riguardano, la Minetti sapeva benissimo quel che stava facendo e perché lo stava facendo e perché si sarebbe ritrovata nei guai giudiziari.”
7. Altogether, the entire Pdl perfectly proved that “il segretario del Pdl mostra vanamente i ‘muscoli’ contro una persona che ha gia’ perso padrini e protettori politici per salvare il salvabile di un sistema di potere fuorilegge”. Who says that? This politician, who is “presidente del gruppo Radicale – federalista europeo”, says exactly what I wanted to say when I first picked up part of Gelmini’s statement. Cappato conclude: “cosa ne pensa il segretario del Pdl del fatto che il presidente della principale regione italiana, invece di chiedere scusa agli elettori, abbia accusato i Radicali di aver ordito una macchinazione ai suoi danni?” This politician is still right, no matter how valuable his political ideas are.
8. THEREFORE… Good Luck, I say. Basically, Twitter: «Non toccate Nicole» is nothing, regarding Italian characteristic, which is exactly same as that of Korean voters, whose nickname is “nickel-silver pot”, in which water boils so fast and cools so fast. However… We’ll see… Tweet-movement will develop into something-more, and this is why I was pissed off by Tweet-expert Gelmini’s work. We’ll see… What kind of humiliation Alfano’s leadership will have to suffer more and more?!? By the way, I didn’t know that I only copied Libero’s director when I diligently wrote something last night. What’s more… Belpietro: “E se il Cav non volesse fare il premier?” was written more neatly than mine… hum. It is usually what happens to Libero, whenever I appreciate their journalism. When they are out of track… well… forget it. They literally look insane… ya.
9. I am not sure about this week. There will be the time diference in my daily schedule, and I can’t write whenever I feel heavy in my brain.

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(Updated on JULY 16, 2012) – 아 진짜 바빠 죽겠구만… 자기들끼리 해결 좀 하지…
Berlusconi primo indeciso fra gli indecisi: “Forza Italia? Sono stato equivocato”
1. I think… everything is up to Pdl’s REAL leader Alfano. When he said, “Non è un problema di nomi ma di sostanza”, it was a perfect description. I thought… (1) Sir Berlusconi was preparing for the STRONG opposition, since Pdl is anyway not going to win this coming election, and (2) Politician Silvio, after listening to phone conversations of his Pdl members, from “Minetti & Co.” to “Gelmini/Bisignani & Co.”, and reading various provocative interviews, from ex-loyal Sgarbi to ex-loyal Stracquadanio, during B*tch/Blackmail-scandal, desperately wanted to run his political party, which only consist of pure members, who share the same political vision with him. Because this will be his last stage. In either way, this political project will help Berlusconi’s Alfano to prepare “Alfano government” after Bersani’s fall. By then, none of Italian voters will have to call Pdl’s leader Alfano “B’s Infant”.
2. Do you think La Russa’s new party can win the general election? Nor will this party be able to join Bersani government. Let’s assume that La Russa becomes the Opposition Leader. Do you think international media will report his every each word no matter how big his patriotic objection sounds? I promise. Only B’s big mouth will attract the International folks, who only enjoys making fool of anything-Italy. Why do you think Lega Nord is and will be called Fascists party, while their real face is not, but in fact is better than Bersani’s communist Pd. Who knows? If La Russa joins Bersani government, the life span of La Russa’s communist/liberal/gay/headache party will become even shorter.
3. I also thought that Berlusconi’s original plan works better during election campaign, since his big mouth will surely help PM Monti’s Euro-project. Today’s Libero reports that Angela chiude ancora sul meccanismo salva-spread. Poi tira fuori l’orgoglio: “Sconfitta al vertice di Bruxelles? Non è vero”. Always, Libero’s journalism is insulted, and then, as time goes by, its analysis turns out to be right. This is exactly what I picked up from international analysis when Italian SLAVES were hailing PM Monti’s struggling at Merkel’s Brussel. In fact, I was preparing for this part in my next posting.
4. Even if Berlusconi’s big mouth during election campaign makes a perfect ensemble with PM Monti’s Euro-project, Alfano’s Pdl will not make it. It will rather help Monti’s trashy followers/imitators to gain the power. Then, Alfano’s Pdl or Forza Italy will anyway have to go to the opposition. And the cycle continues. Hence… I believe… everything is up to Alfano. If he thinks his Pdl can win the coming election, he is welcome to do whatever he wants to do, including openly sacking Old-B. I don’t see why this becomes a problem. What was the main reason why Pdl voters rapidly joins Grillo’s amateur party? I read that immature kids and Pdl or LN adults are main readers of Grillo blog.
5. This is not what I supposed to write tonight. No time for proofreading. Anyway, should I postpone what I couldn’t finish last night? It’s terrific to figure out which Pdl members easily becomes traitors, and which members hilariously prove comical I.Q. I think this is one of reasons why B made his sudden announcement, apart from being sick of this b*tch using unnessary “Legittimo Impedimento” only to blackmail Berlusconi more and extort more money from B until her next hearing on October. Do you think YOU can persuade “La Puttana d’Italia”? Please look! Haven’t I said that this female will always make herself a perfect bait in whatever situation? Don’t you think Alfano’s whichever party should prepare Minetti’s future blackmailing? In a perfectly LEGAL way?

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(Updated on JULY 15, 2012) – (… does anyone, especially Pdl’s youths, know the meaning of “listino bloccato de Pdl”?…)
3. Weird. According to La Repubblica, “Fu candidata alle europee ma non è stata eletta”. But there was no way to find this name, ST, in the list of I Candidati alle prossime Elezioni Europee 2009. I only found this article, Veline in lista, l’ira di Berlusconi “Veronica ha creduto alla sinistra. Ci saranno Matera, Comi e Renzulli, farò i miei comizi con loro” (Apr 29, 2009)”. I do remember this happening. Isn’t this during the scandal of Ms. Lario’s remark on European election, “Shameless Trash”? I do remember this, because (1) in those days, it was my joyful hobby to follow B-scandals or B’s angry faces, and (2) Sir Berlusconi appeared really angry and it was a rare case, in which B’s angry face never looked comical but very serious, and (3) widespread apathy among the European electorate, especially during European Election 2009, was a real issue even in Korean newspapers. I now assume that this name, ST, was nominated but canceled after Lario-scandal, just as what happened months later during Minetti’s strip shows toward Lombard regional election 2010.
4. While spenidng some time with this information, I found something interesting. According to Wikipedia, “It is unusual for an election to be held in Italy on Saturday and Sunday … The election was a victory for PM Berlusconi … having won the majority of seats, 38. The opposition collectively elected 34 candidates.” Something more interesting was that the opposition’s 34 candidates were from THREE parties, [Pd + Idv + UDC], while B’s 38 seats were from TWO parties, [Pdl + LN]. Then, it was easy to imagine how nervous, busy Berlusconi, Prime Minister indeed, was during the election campaign. You only develop common sense to realize how important ONE seat is. One more seat usually means “Victory… period!!!” For the politicians, there is a huge difference between 50% and 51%. Isn’t there? Berlusconi: “Di nuovo in politica? Ci sto, ma datemi il 51%…” E torna a parlare dell’euro (Jun 22).
5. What looked the most interesting, however, was this. Among 32,747,722 electorates, 13.8% of Italians, [1,038,247 + 958,458 + 2,233,194], voted for NO seats. It was a wasted vote, even though much bigger than the third party LN’s 10.2%. What if B’s Pdl attract those votes?
6. However, still, [1,038,247 + 958,458 + 2,233,194] was not “ZERO”. It was “COUNTLESS”. Because…

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(Updated on JULY 14, 2012) – 아이구 머리야… My two cents for the prosecutor Piero Forno and prosecutor Antonio Sangermano, who still don’t seem to know how to imprison 20-something year old L’ApeRegina, Nicole Minetti.
1. I realize that the name of Silvia Trevaini is among the most important sources, if not a useful witness. When did she attend B’s party? When was Minetti’s strip show? How many rivals of “Don Verze’s Dental Hygienist” were found in the candidate list of Lombardy regional election?
2. It’s been some weeks since I read THEIR phone-conversation, but no matter what, I could never understand the meaning of 520,000 euro, which hardly means anything but “prostitution”… until I found ST’s social status as a sister of AC Milan footballer. It was yesterday. Hey… hasn’t La Repubblica hilariously reported “Sivio’s Rule” during their “campagna mediatico-giudiziaria”? That B doesn’t fuck close relatives of his AC-Milan footballers? Who knows? This female is a real seducer.
3. 애고고… 숫자 계산해야 하는데 (1,038,247 + 958,458 + 2,233,194 = ???)… 피곤해서 머리가 안 돌아가네… 이 글을 빨랑 끝내야 밀린 포스팅을 마져 할텐데… 젠장…

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(Updated on JULY 11, 2012) – Crisi economica, Monti: “Al G20 di novembre, Berlusconi fu umiliato”Monti si prepara alle elezioni? (Jul 11)
This is what the Italian media report. Then, it’s easy to imagine two different versions of articles from La Repubblica and Libero, both of which however provide the similar headline, “M insulta B”.
1. When I first found this headline from the CorSera, I couldn’t believe my eyes, so I went to La Repubblica and Libero.
2. Hence, I decided to READ the article, which provided the video. I don’t understand PM Monti’s Italian, of course, but something was still weird. I had to listen to Monti’s voice/tone very carefully.
3. Yes! With La Repubblica’s headline, my anger jumped near boiling point. “Hasn’t this sh*t already forgotten how he was able to solve his impotent leadership? What a hypocritical jerk!!!!!” But then… Well… When I compare Monti’s voice with the written text, there was nothing wrong. It was a plain analysis or explanation, rather than Monti’s insulting Berlusconi.
4. Curiously, English headlines were better. Italy PM Monti says confident in new government after vote or Monti believes Italy faced a struggle against prejudice.
5. Anyway, my favorite Italy, after reading these and those analysis written by “The Economist Experts” is PM Monti supported by President Berlusconi. I can’t imagine a better figure than Berlusconi when it comes to PM Monti’s president. Doesn’t Monti’s Italy need a perfect ensemble of [Monti + Berlusconi], in case… Monti: “Faremo di tutto per salvare l’euro” (Jul 10)?
6. What does Bocconi Professor Monti have on his brain now? From Pedata di Monti alla Merkel “O gli eurobond o mi dimetto” (Jun 26) to Ue, Monti: “Eurobond non più tabù. Serve una governance migliore” (Jul 3)
7. What is currently bothering Bocconi Professor Monti the most? From Merkel fa le barricate “Niente eurobond finche vivo”. Berlusconi oltre il ridicolo (Jun 26) to Eurobond, Germania divisa. Schäuble apre ma poi nega (Jun 28) and therefore Crisi: Westerwelle, no agli eurobond. Neanche sul lungo (Jul 4)
8. I read that Berlusconi’s warning/remark on “Euro Exit” is also part of German Economist’ analysis. Bocconi Professor Monti surely knows that “Berlusconi version of Italy” is better if his Eurobond-project fails. Therefore, I don’t think I am the only one, who believes that PM Monti desperately needs B’s strong leadership, his big mouth and thick skin, which is toward right-right wing policy. I promise. Bocconi Professor Monti is also the one, but he is just not allowed to make it public. I also think that this is the most effective way for B’s Italy to recover her healthy image, if WE can slaughter all those Bunga-b*tches during THEIR leadership. It will be the least favorite way for Bersani’s Pd, though. Has Casini said Il Pdl scelga fra il sostegno a Monti e il populismo (Jun 28)? IL POPULISMO??? F*ck-U, I say.
9. And I know, of course, that Italy, especially Casini’s third pole, will never allow B to become Monti or whoever’s president. I also know that B’s dying Pdl will never take 30%. And I clearly know that in the end, it will be no one but Berlusconi himself, who will ruin his resurrection(!?) and humiliate himself more with another series of B*tch scandal… sic.
10. Anyway, I need to finish my original writings first. Hence… until I finish what I should finish, you Italian guys will keep fighting on this useless stuff, such as “M insulta B: “Venne umiliato al G20“. This Monti looks just like Politician Prodi, whose German interview made me completely lose my respect of him. Months later, he behaved just like “Arab slaves in Barenboim’s Jewish WEDO” and kisses Merkel’s ass while Italian PM Monti suffers from insomnia. Good Luck, anyway. I am NOT going to post trivial stuffs.
11. By the way, I remember that Affaritalia, or Libero, reported that someone in Monti’s Cabinet openly boasted his membership in Pd and political preference. I thought that he was Grilli and Passera’s deputy. Now, I find that not only Monti’s new minister of Economy, Vittorio Grilli, was not Passera’s deputy, but also he is called l’economista di destra (e tremontiano). Weird. I clearly remember it because that newspaper, Affaritalia or Libero, boasted or warned this information for several days. Time will tell, anyway. Good Luck.
12. Please forgive me if my choice of word, M’s ass, was rude. I have to write this, because it is part of my planned writing, which I started months ago but couldn’t finish, and German Chancellor Merkel misunderstood my real intention when I started this issue.

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(Updated on JULY 8, 2012) – REST!!!!! Simply tired… But, I think today’s happening should be posted. Basically, all the Italian happenings after this computer work looked so comical, so unbelievable that I should have posted every each happening/response. I tried for a while, but soon gave up. Simply tired…
Nasce l’asse Confindustria-Cgil/ Squinzi: “Spending review, sono d’accordo con la Camusso. No alla macelleria sociale. Monti? Insufficiente” Jul 7, 2012 / By affaritaliani.libero.it
Crisi, Monti bacchetta Squinzi. Scudo antispread, sì francese: “Dichiarazioni di questo tipo fanno aumentare lo spread, i tassi di interesse e incidono non solo sul debito pubblico ma anche sulle imprese” Jul 7, 2012 / By affaritaliani.libero.it
Ignazio Visco: «Le condizioni per crescere. Solo 200 punti di spread dipendono da noi. I restanti tre quinti sono solo frutto della speculazione.» Jul 7, 2012 / By corriere.it
1. Ho-ho-ho… The Holy Libero seems to be knocked out. Yes… “Il Sole 24 Ore” has already raised the issue of “il decreto di Riccardi”, if Libero made a good point about “Rischio di una guerra tra poveri”. However, this Prodi-like immigration policy is still out of my business. (Please ignore this writing, if my guess is wrong. I assume that it is like Prodi’s Eurabia policy. Too tired to write more…, since this issue has been basically the main theme of this computer work… ever since I never accepted Barenboim or Zapatero version of WEDO project. Please look. Their result now smells like a stinkiest trashbin, hilariously mocking Pope Benedict XVI.)
2. I’m not sure if Squinzi’s sudden cooperation with Camusso happened after my report last night. If so… it simply tells me how much Italian folks have been sick of [Equitalia + Ebraico]. What I feel funny is that this writing rather seems to help Bersani to recover his power in Pd, which has recently become La Repubblica party, which publically announced to oust B-E-R-S-A-N-I. Good luck, I say.
3. To be honest, I prefer Il Giornale’s headline, Monti allergico alle critiche: “Squinzi fa salire lo spread”. But I can’t use it, as long as Anything-B has a miserable credibility problem like this. This is exactly why I wanted to prove that La Repubblica’s Monti has basically had no intention to reform Berlusconi’s Italy. THEY just wanted to restore Italy’s healthy image, which they have completely ruined via b*tch-project. Who says “Dichiarazioni di questo tipo fanno aumentare lo spread, i tassi di interesse e incidono non solo sul debito pubblico ma anche sulle imprese”? Isn’t this exactly what THEY were doing when Communist-Napolitano wanted to topple B-government?
4. I now know that “attuale Governatore della Banca d’Italia” is not Prodi or Equitalia’s notorious Visco. *^.^* It’s not the first time legendary(!) names wanted to occupy this place… so… well… here you go. Since Ignazio Visco was Corsera’s interviewee, you’re welcome to guess La Repubblica’s choice. *^.^*
5. This is my babble… After reading Wikipedia: Ignazio Visco, I was checking the latest Korean headlines about Mario Monti. And suddenly, Mont’s resume, which always starts Monti-news, hooked my attention. I just drop my jaw… and could do nothing but sigh… 야… 내가 진짜… 다시 태어나도 이런 대학들 입학원서나 내볼 수 있을까… 내가 진짜… 이런 사람들을 상대로 무슨 짓을 하고 있는 거냐… 한숨밖에 안 나오네… 내가 진짜… 이런 걸레 같은 년들 얼굴만 보면 [베]는 완전 쓰레기인데… 근데… 왜 그 입에서 튀어나오는 말들은 꼭 2번 3번 생각하게 만드냐는 거지… 도대체가 뭔 놈의 인생이 이 모양 이 꼴이냐…

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(Updated on JULY 7, 2012) – Hey!!!!! Solo 3,7 miliardi di tagli nel 2012?!? Well, I didn’t check yesterday+today’s “Il Sole 24 Ore”. I was curious if I could find something relevant before posting this comical information that I happened to find today.
1. There was one document file I forgot to organize. I thought that an important article on Ruby-trial was there, so I opened it. It was about happenings at “LaRepubblica & Co.” on the day of SENATO: SÍ AL DECRETO SULLA SEMPLIFICAZIONE FISCALE (Apr 24). In those days, I was making daily files about “La Repubblica’s manipulating Italian scenes” and this file was one of them. It seems that I was too tired to finish that day’s work, and it ended with articles on May 2, in which “PM Monti openly rebuked previous administrations, saying that Italy’s parlous fiscal state was due to ‘mistaken choices’ of the past,” and “Economists had mixed reactions to PM Monti’s (spending-review) announcement, with some saying that the spending review was crucial but that it needed to move ahead faster”.
2. As usual, I was comparing La Repubblica articles with other Italian ones, and something was weird. In those days, I knew that La Repubblica tried not to report series of “Imprenditore si uccide”. But there was something another. When La Repubblica finally reported Napoli, imprenditore si uccide. Aveva problemi economici (Apr 24), this newspaper was the only Italian media, which omitted the involvement of “Equitalia”.
3. In those days, I knew that “Equitalia” was a huge issue, so I tried to figure out if this company was on the same side as “De Benedetti Empire [=La Repubblica]” when it comes to “Riforma del lavoro” or “L’articolo 18”. I soon gave up, because I was too tired after checking this article, Articolo 18, Marcegaglia insiste. Ma gli imprenditori si dividono (Apr 23). In fact, what I originally planned to finish today was to check this article again so that I could start my work whenever I find something interesting between those names and Prodi’s politicians. And the fact that all these, important as well, stuffs were written during the same period caught my real attention. Hence, I decided to know more about “Equitalia”.
4. I started my work with a keyword, [Equitalia + Berlusconi], and found nothing special, except this article; Monti a Berlusconi: “Attacchi dai tuoi giornali” ma è Corriere contro Equitalia (May 17). I felt more weird, so I had to find other articles using this keyword, [Equitalia + Prodi]. Soon, I found something interesting. When I typed [Equitalia + Berlusconi], there appeared two more keyword-groups; [Legge + Equitalia + Berlusconi] and [Berlusconi conto Equitalia]. On the other hand, two more keyword-groups, [Equitalia + Prodi + 2007] and [Equitalia + Governo + Prodi], appeared when I typed [Equitalia + Prodi].
5. I thought that this specific keyword, [Legge + Equitalia + Berlusconi], might be more important. Nothing special, except Wikipedia article, was found. So, I went to this keyword, [Equitalia + Prodi]. OH MY GOD… What does this statement mean? “Equitalia il mostro partorito dalla folle mente di Romano Prodi. Sono Salvo (titolare di una piccola azienda).
6. There was another interesting information that says uomo si da fuoco davanti sede di Bologna dell’agenzia delle entrate Equitalia… Prodi ‘un terribile segnale’ (Mar 29). Since this link didn’t work, I had to find another source, Suicidi per la crisi a Bologna: “Equitalia dimentica l’umanità delle persone” (May 8). Well, I think… they are not reporting the same death. No matter what, this information suddenly made me suspect if Monti’s involvement in La Repubblica’s Jewish Festival in Bologna was sponsored by “Equitalia”. So, I had to try another keyword, [Equitalia + Monti], and my research this time was mostly focused on the recent headlines. Please guess what happened. There were two articles, which hooked my attention. Blitz dei centri sociali nella sede di Equitalia a Bologna: «Licenziamo Monti» (Jun 13) was one of them.
7. PLEASE LOOK!!!!!!!!!! Aggio Equitalia ridotto di un punto solo, (non di due, come previsto prima, ma di un solo punto percentuale): la beffa della spending review (Jul 5) Ha-Ha-Ha!!!!!!!!!! May I laugh or should I remain speechless??????????
8. Anyway, I became DAMN curious about Monti or La Repubblica or Equitalia’s Jewish Festival in Bologna, so I tried this keyword, [Equitalia + Ebraico]. This article, Granata: per il parlamentare italiano gli ebrei sono i più potenti del mondo (May 14), was what I got, and its comment section was more interesting. “Questo è l’articolo de Il Fatto … Perché il Super direttore dell’Inps e Vice presidente di Equitalia quasi certamente gode del dono dell’ubiquità.”
9. Hence, I had to try another keyword, [Vice presidente di Equitalia + Ebraico]. And I realized that one Italian, called Antonio Mastrapasqua, holds the two positions. Here’s the article; “25 poltrone e uno stipendio di 1,2 milioni di euro. Antonio Mastrapasqua è il vicepresidente di Equitalia e presidente dell’Inps. Ma non si ferma a 2 incarichi, ne ricopre qualcuno di più e incassa 1.200.000 euro all’anno. … In un paese in recessione, con milioni di disoccupati, con molti piccoli imprenditori che si impiccano, con gli anziani che raccolgono la frutta scartata dai venditori ambulanti, mi pongo una domanda: cinque incarichi non sarebbero già un buon numero? Evidentemente Antonio Mastrapasqua attinge tempo da una decina di vite parallele. Semplice buon senso non fanno conciliare tante responsabilità – con interessi che si sovrappongono, si accavallano e galoppano – su un uomo solo. Noi italiani vogliano che il presidente dell’Inps e vicepresidente di Equitalia abbia altri 22 incarichi ai quali prestare attenzione e rendere conto?”
10. Still… with this keyword, [Vice presidente di Equitalia + Ebraico], there appeared the most interesting article, which reports Il sindaco di Napoli, Luigi de Magistris (Idv), gli risponde al sindaco di Bologna, Virginio Merola (Pd) (May 17), who represented “Partito democratico” and said that “le proteste contro Equitalia che si sono avute a Napoli sono state realizzate dalla camorra.” What do these sentences mean? “Le dinamiche di Equitalia sono un problema in territori ben più ricchi, perché non dovrebbero esserlo a Napoli? … Il nostro Merola – diventato sindaco a seguito delle dimissioni del predecessore Delbono (PD), accusato di pagarsi le vacanze con la fidanzata coi soldi della Regione Emilia Romagna di cui era vice presidente – ha perso un occasione per dire qualcosa di non scontato su Equitalia.” I have no idea about this Italian language. I only feel something and suddenly suspect if this is why the rest of Italians are trying to shut their mind to the earthquake victims in the areas of Bologna’s little brother towns. I always thought so but didn’t know why… until I feel something after trying this keyword, [Vice presidente di Equitalia + Ebraico].
11. Anyway, I now know HIS name, so I went to this keyword, [Antonio Mastrapasqua + Articolo 18]. HO!!!!!!!!!! Minister Fornero surely knows what I got. Antonio Mastrapasqua, una delle voci più autorevoli del settore previdenziale, in virtù del suo ruolo di Presidente dell’Inps, afferma che i conti sono in equilibrio… (Apr 29) However, this article is not about “l’articolo 18” but about “il capitolo pensioni”, so I had to try another keyword, [Antonio Mastrapasqua + Lavoro]. A very interesting result. “Il presidente dell’Inps, Antonio Mastrapasqua, è sotto schiaffo politico, sindacale e tecnico, anche se non gli mancano appoggi di peso. … La questione è stata colta da Fornero per sfiduciare de facto un presidente che pure il ministro del Lavoro ha confermato e prorogato fino al 2014. Però nelle ultime settimane i dissapori tra ministero e Inps sono ormai evidenti. In verità anche i sindacati stanno da tempo criticando i metodi accentratori e solipsistici della gestione dell’ente previdenziale. Da mesi il tesoriere della Uil, Rocco Carannante, membro del Civ (Consiglio di indirizzo e vigilanza dell’Inps) critica senza esitazioni quello che in ambienti sindacali è definito il monarca dell’Inps.”
12. As usual, I am not the one, who will end this work with [Vice presidente di Equitalia + Whatever]. So, I tried this keyword, [Attilio Befera + Ebraico]… in vain. But… Again… I realized that one Italian, called Attilio Befera, also holds the two positions, which are “Presidente di Equitalia” and “L’attuale Direttore dell’Agenzia delle Entrate”.
13. At this very moment, real earthquake hit my brain. Do I know this company, “Agenzia delle Entrate”????? After a severe headache… YEAP!!!!!!!!!! Diritti tv Mediaset, Agenzia Entrate chiede condanna imputati, risarcimento (Jul 2). Anyway, this is what I got with this lonely keyword, [Attilio Befera]; Attilio Befera Vs. Befera Attilio, Equitalia sconfigge le Entrate (Mar 13). Hum…
14. Yes, I am the one, who keeps trying another keyword, [Attilio Befera + Articolo 18]. Yes, I found what looked the most important. Riforma lavoro: intesa vicina ma l’articolo 18 non basta all’economia (Mar 15). What does this sentence mean? “Il secondo ha putato il dito contro il numero uno dell’Agenzia delle Entrate, Attilio Befera, accusandolo di condurre Equitalia come la Gestapo della Germania nazista.” Alas… this article is too difficult to understand, and I only feel something. “Tutta roba che al momento non può essere compiuta perché attuarla significherebbe contabilizzare i passivi e rendicontarli nel debito pubblico nazionale, che così si gonfierebbe e rischierebbe ulteriori penalizzazioni della Ue e aggravi di pareggio. Rischio elevato. Ma se la manovra può aiutare l’economia stagnante, vale la pena rischiare. Avrebbe più senso che chiacchierare continuamente di articolo 18.”
15. Just in case, I wanted to finish this work with this holy keyword, [Attilio Befera + Berlusconi]. Equitalia-article… again… sigh. Lettera aperta a Befera: «Le missive di Equitalia spaventano gli italiani» (Jun 27) Still, I have no idea about what they are talking about. “Gli Italiani non riescono a capire se cambiare la macchina o il frigorifero o gli infissi di casa potrà automaticamente portarli sotto stretta osservazione per ‘presunta evasione fiscale’.” To my great disappoint, there was NO-berlusconi in this article. It was in the comment section. “Davvero Lei pensa che lasciando imperare l’evasione non saremmo nei guai o ne verremmo fuori? Non mi stupisco sa, è opinione diffusa nella platea dei partiti di destra e centrodestra. Ricordiamo tutti i moniti di Berlusconi, abbiamo sentito un Sallusti più di una volta in TV, abbiamo sentito minimizzare purtroppo il problema dell’evasione. Non pensa che ciò dipenda dal fatto che nel dna degli aderenti alle filosofie berlusconiane c’è la vocazione a gestire egoisticamente la propria ricchezza senza tener conto della collettività?” Is this reader insulting Berlusconi? I assume that he’s not, but I’m not so sure. Because I’ve always found the Italian readers insulting, mocking Anything-B.
16. All thanks to this sudden, comical happening, I had no time to check today’s headlines. So… I became curious when I started writing this message, and the first headline I found was… Editoriale: La spending review non tocca i parassiti. Hum… I am now DAMN curious if they are talking about [WannabePresident Prodi + Equitalia]. Or… are they talking about Grillo: Amato taglia sprechi? Insulto a italiani (Amato strapagato ci regala 507 miliardi di debito) (May 2)????? I now know why “Critiche dal Pd” was from Tagli alla spesa, via al piano Bondi «Segnalateci gli sprechi via web» (May 2) when Monti: «Incitare a non pagare l’Imu? Inaccettabile, duri contro l’evasione… Non aspettiamoci troppo dalle riforme strutturali» (May 2)
17. I think this message is worth ONE posting. But… which part should it belong to? Napolitano’s Labor Reform? Prodi’s Spending Review? Berlusconi’s Mediaset Trial? Basically, I wanted to dedicate today’s writing solely to Severino’s Spending Review in “Caso Ruby”. See you tomorrow. 아이구 머리야… 끙.

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(Updated on JULY 6, 2012) – 이상해 이상해… 진짜 이상해… 난 분명히 돈 액수만 쫓아갔는데… 분명히 4월부터 줄창… 4.2 miliardi 였는데… 어떻게 하룻밤 사이에 4.5 miliardi 로 변한거지?!? Italy to cut spending by 26 bln euros over three years. 이렇게… 후딱 해치우실 거면… 도대체 상원으로 갔다… 하원으로 갔다… 또 상원으로 갔다… 줄~창~ 싸움질… 아니면… 앉아서 졸기만 하실 거면서… 진짜… 이런걸 tagli, tagli, tagli… 안하고 뭣들 하시는 건지… Deficit, dossier del Senato: i ministeri spendono un miliardo al giorno… 여기가나 저기가나… LaScala에도 Rubygate에도 Spending Review란다… 어쨌든 난 내 인생이나 챙겨야겠다.

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(Updated on JULY 4, 2012) Phew… I think I am now in normal condition. Tired… but normal. I might have suffered from withdrawal symptoms, whether caffeine or alcohol. (I can’t do this work without “sip-sip-sip” coffee/tea/alcohol/water/whatevertodrink, especially when it comes to those who behave just like Barenboim’s whores… sic. Today, I resumed my daily-check-up and got stuck with one article, Editoriale: Monti o addio riforme, which criticism didn’t seem to aim at Monti’s Labor Reform.
1. Is this about “Dl sulla spending review”? Weird, because I’ve never thought like this while organizing this happening. Anyway, I got behind in my work, thanks to my low condition, so I went to “Il Sole 24 Ore”.
2. Well… “Il Sole 24 Ore” was more critical. Weird… because they were, just like Monti’s Banca-Cabinet, also watering down their criticism after President Napolitano ruined anything-reform. Simply put, they summed up M-O-N-T-I in three words, “Riforme, quasi niente”.
3. No matter what, I don’t plan to make a posting about “Dl sulla spending review”. Who says I redditi dei consiglieri regionali. Il più ricco? Guadagna 440mila €? For me, it’s enough to go spreading the FACT all over the world. The FACT about Regional Councilor Minetti, whose professional life is nothing but fashion-show or shopping or luxurious holidays. This has been incessantly criticized, insulted by Italian voters, who always calculated how much this politician earns or how many holidays this politician LEGALLY enjoys. Yet NONE of politicians, Bersani’s Pd in particular, or even Di Pietro’s “Mani pulite” members, pointed it out. They rather seem to be afraid that someone in Pdl points out this FACT and kicks their goddess out of Berlusconi’s headquarters. We’ll see. I will make EVERYBODY realize what kind of robbers or how lazy Italian politicians are.
4. Therefore… what kind of terrific role will President Napolitano play this time, too? Let’s prove “Riforme, quasi niente”. Now, I understand why Italian President should come from Communist/Leftist circle and his 7 year-term should be blessed with 4-7 prime ministers. It was a perfect constitution, because “hard-working Italians” and “international folks in general” simply don’t want to see the left-wing prime minister in socialist state Italy.
5. Today’s message was nothing but my babble. So, take it easy, please. Tomorrow, I return to my original plan.

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(Updated on JULY 2, 2012) – Passera indagato per reati fiscali? Lo staff del ministro smentisce: non risulta. Aha!!! I suddenly remember what happened to my computer work on Jun 2.
1. I started organizing articles about Ddl lavoro, ok del Senato ora la riforma passa alla Camera (May 31). As I said before, I was starting from the happenings on May 20, whether the first Emilia earthquake or the regional election.
2. Somehow, I felt like I was missing something and went to Google. The keyword was [Monti + Minister + Resign]. Justice Minister Severino surely knows what I got. Dopo Carlo Malinconico, Andrea Zoppini: nuova grana per Monti.
3. Still, I don’t know what happened before and after Italy minister Malinconico quits over hotel bill (Jan 10), and I am now too tired to start this work. But I do know what happened before and after Italian Junior Justice Minister resigns amid tax fraud probe (May 16).
4. Hum… I thought that Giustizia/ Monti: Non percorribile riforma disciplinare Csm (May 27) was the only happening. Now, I find another happening, Giustizia/ Anm: Su responsabilità toghe intervenga il Governo (May 16)… hum. Anyway, this is how I happen to find Giustizia/ Severino vede Napolitano. Prosegue scontro Pd-Pdl (May 18).
5. So… what will happen when Il Parlamento sta zitto sulle magagne del ministro Passera? After organizing THESE and THOSE, I realized how important Pd’s Luigi Lusi scandal is. This revelation had to occur before Lega Nord stuff. It was a perfect timing. Apart from Rosy Bindi and Enrico Letta, how many Pd members should behave as guardians to block Monti’s Justice Reform? We’ll see.
6. I didn’t finish my previous message. I don’t feel well. I am not ill, but really need a deep sleep. I seemed to take too much caffeine, and I am getting hysterical. And after watching “Euro 2012: Italia 2-1 Germania”, I was too frustrated/furious to sleep…

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(Updated on JUNE 30, 2012) – 가만있어봐… LaRepubblica: Times a Monti: “Meglio il voto che l’impotenza” (Jun 25)… 긍까… 좀더 개기면 “Cricket”한테 뒤쳐질 것 같으니까 이번에 허수아비 노릇 관두려고 하는Monti 쫓아내면서 자기네들이 정권잡고 B한테 다 뒤집어 씌우려고 한거야 모야… 이렇게 생각하면 앞뒤가 딱딱 들어맞는데… 진짜 그랬나…
Anticorruzione, il diritto deve pensare al “signor chiunque” 14 giugno 2012
Il ddl anti-corruzione è in realtà un ddl salva-Pd: prescrizione solo per Penati, Tedesco e Bassolino 23 giugno 2012
La dolce vita di Filippo Penati 23 giugno 2012
LaRepubblica-Monti: “Norme anticorruzione importanti per attrattività dell’Italia” 15 giugno 2012
Whatever “Il ddl anti-corruzione” or “concussione” is, I think Pd has made a deal with Pdl and they broke it… while taking advantage of “campagna mediatico-giudiziaria”. Anyway, I think this part is what I was supposed to finish on May 8, 2012.
1. In case of “Caso Ruby”, it seems that the only weapon of the prosecutors is “intercettazioni”. And I was speechless when I found phone conversations of “Ruby Troia”. I didn’t know that “future mother-in-law” is considered “amica” by La Repubblica’s female readers. Wasn’t Italy the “Shelter No. 1 for Mama’s Boys”? According to “intercettazioni”, it’s clear that this poor girl, who doesn’t regard her own relatives as “family”, was courting this or that boyfriend and his mother… with B’s money. How this “intercettazioni” was edited and manipulated by Italian media? There is a famous Korean song, which lyrics sound “님이라는 글자에 점 하나만 찍으면 / 도로 남이 되는 장난 같은 인생사… 돈이라는 글자에 받침 하나 바꾸면 돌이 되어 버리는 인생사…” Italian media’s editing work has been just like this, and I can’t undersatnd why none of these can become the legal case.
2. Please ask La Repubblica what means “l’articolo 3 (uguaglianza)”, and why it is hard to find “intercettazioni” of “spogliarellista di notte e avvocato di giorno” in their NEW homepage of “campagna mediatico-giudiziaria”. It’s been one of main sources of “campagna mediatico-giudiziaria” by La Repubblica, but it’s now hiding so deep that I have to click, click, and click to find it. Haven’t Italian/international readers translated this “intercettazioni” into “blow job” since L’Espresso’s media play? And I now can’t help suspecting if this Italian media is now afraid that “spogliarellista di notte e avvocato di giorno” might sue them for libel. I think… not only Berlusconi but also this Italian guy has been cursing God since the moment of his life, which happened to be involved in Rubygate. I have to suspect prosecutor’s IQ, if he really didn’t understand “quelle cose lui le conosceva perché erano già finite sulla stampa”. Anyway, it will be interesting to follow the prosecutor’s handling this case.
3. I feel very sorry that their “Conceicao-project” failed. THEY, whoever they are, wanted to create “piles of testimonies”, didn’t they? In this case, who should be the protagonist in ANOTHER lawsuit filed by Berlusconi? Conceicao or her ex-boyfriend Gigi or his party-friend Fadil? Or L’Espresso, which knew all Conceicao’s phone conversations while publishing this whore’s blazing lies? Or Prosecutors/Judges, who allowed “L’Espresso or Il Fatto” to do anything, and declare that this act is not a crime? Accorting to THEM, B’s crime is “concussione e prostituzione minorile”. How many testimonies are actually related to this? Whose fault is this? Prosecutors or Judges? Perhaps, it’s not a matter of “Whose-Fault” but a matter of “Qualities of Magistrati”.
4. What kind of country, headquarters of Pope Benedictus XVI, indeed, forces a father to appear in court only to testify that his daughter’s life is full of lies? Italy is this country, and Italian media only report that this father only knows about his nationality, which is not Egyptian.
5. First of all, it was already on Aug 5, 2010 when “Minetti & Co.” knew how to be careful to manage their “intercettazioni”. Even a mere civilian, such as Mr. Ruby’s ex-fiance, knew that their phone conversation might be wiretaped. Now, the trial is full of contradiction or perjury or whatever. If things are like this, what about prosecutor Ilda Boccassini’s Mafia-investigation? If I were a member of Mafia clan, it would be a piece of cake to mock the Italian Justice System with the most effective use of “intercettazioni”. Perhaps, it was a pure fault of “gup di Milano” from the very start.
6. Berlusconi was right when he said that whoever’s bunga scene was “burlesque contests”. Whichever testimony you start with, whether “Temple of Priapus” or not, whether “film pornografico” or not, whether “sadomasochism on the ecstasies of the whip” or not, whether “dinner show with X’s mask” or not, it perfectly fits atmosphere among the “Wannabe-Italian-Firstlady” following in the footsteps of French Carla Bruni. Isn’t it very interesting that “Bunga Senza Minetti” looks very different? But still, Minetti’s younger slaves were fast learning the party skills of their boss. I now don’t think that Berlusconi realized something during “Se non ora, quando” on Feb 13, 2011. I rather think that Sir Berlusconi felt frustrated, if not furious, because he’s never seen a female behave like this whenever in front of him.
7. In case of “Processo Mediaset”, “lettera di Bernasconi ad Agrama” is something another. I don’t think it is the only source of B’s lawyers. I was speechless when I organized this case. Who appears as “Esame dei teste” or “Esame del consulente”? Expert or Professor or Consultant or Whoever. I felt like I was listening to the lectures, instead of testimony. Suddenly, I had to remember my previous report on Feb 22, 2012. It was about Monti’s Labor Reform. I reported couple of articles, mentioning With a court system slanted against business, entrepreneurs just don’t want to take the risk… or But the courts have proved so generous in their definition of what is unfair, and so slow to reach decisions, that… or whatever. Isn’t it interesting?
8. What I feel funny is that “gup di Milano” has suddenly become too careful to allow B’s trial to go forward since my announcement of this writing. I am proud to report that it’s been quite some time since I knew the difference between prosecutor De Pasquale’s TWO Milan cases and prosecutor Laviani’s Rome case. Anyway, I had a hard time finding articles reporting trials about Mediaset or Mediatrade. For some reason, Italian media were firmly united to ZIP their mouth on this issue. WHY?
7. What I feel weird, while checking articles about “Televisione” in order to organize B’s Mediaset-trials (plural!!!), is that Murdoch’s empire was protected by Italian Judiciary. It was a weird feeling. I couldn’t explain it, though.

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(Updated on JUNE 29, 2012) – Caso Ruby: Procura Milano rinuncia a esame di una quarantina di testi? Really! This prosecutor finally knows what I am going to report?!? Whatever… I am just curious if this kind of legal process has been her way of handling Mafia-cases. See ya, tomorrow. I am currently too tired to do anything… after studying something “Senato Federale”… tired. I can’t understand why President Napolitano blocks “anything toward modern Italy” when his favorite is considered… um… Who wrote “L’Italia è, e sempre sarà, frenata dall’attuale Costituzione obsoleta e di stampo vetero-marxista,” anyway? When are Napolitano’s ex-communist kids, aka “Il Partito Democratico (PD)” going to prepare for Post-Monti era if not now? Isn’t this the most important job for Monti’s politicians, if Monti’s technocrat ministers should be born to reform the Labor market? Just weird… or funny.

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(Updated on JUNE 25, 2012) – Something is going wrong. Days ago, I thought that I finished organizing all the important happenings, and all I should do is to check the latest headlines while finishing this current writing plan. I was doing “la-da-da-da, la-da-da-di, la-da-da-dum dum~”… and then… there was a sudden headache, and I got totally lost after running a couple of errands. Now, I can figure IT out… sic. I think… Berlusconi is right because he will never be able to steal 51% of Italian voters’ heart as long as Le puttane di via Olgettina have no means of support except extorting from B by collaborating with “La Repubblica or Il Fatto or Oggi”. And I can’t understand why Italian folks keep letting their opportunity slip by wasting their time on such a useless stuff as “che è accusato di concussione e prostituzione minorile”, and I now have to question THEIR “intelligence-quotient”. It was after I read articles about “European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF) or European Stability Mechanism (ESM)” that I realized that Berlusconi tried to help Italian PM Monti. I think PM Monti was the only one, who knew B’s real intention. Perhaps, Alfano knew, too, but his voice was too weak, as usual. (I can’t blame this poor politician, though.) And this time, TOO, La Repubblica ruined anything-Italy, and I now dare to call this sh*t a Jewish-Pig. Not surprisingly, Passera behaved as La Repubblica’s puppy… hum. Has he already started his election campaign? Last night, I wanted to make a detailed report about this situation, but I changed my mind. It’s too late, isn’t it? And according to La Repubblica, Monti, Merkel, Hollande, Rajoy Pronti 130 mld per la crescita, you know why Niente crisi per le celebrities. I vip tra lusso e vacanze. So, I should not worry. Anyway, I am not interested in Italian politics, and it’s terrific to find that Sir Berlusconi regained his usual weight. I still wonder if it is due to whatsoever diet after steroid injection, though. Some ago, this guy looked really fat and I had to worry. I still worry, because “too much” never means good. Let’s finish this work.

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(Updated on JUNE 17, 2012) – 아 진짜… 정리만 하다가 날새겠네… 왕!짜!증!!!
Tomorrow, I finish organizing DLL or DL or Decreto or whatever… sic. (… I still need to make another folder/file about “riforme istituzionali” or “riforme costituzionali” or “riforma elettorale” or “legge costituzionali in materia di riforma del Parlamento e forma di governo” or “l’elezione diretta del presidente della Repubblica”, which issue should have been done days ago when Passera’s political ambition and Napolitano’s involvement in Mafia took my breath away. Anyway… Could “you lovely, jolly Italian folks” please make your hottest debate-subject “SIMPLE and PRECISE”? You guys are always very delicate, sensitive and elaborative. And I always get lost while organizing your days/months/years of debate-or-simplybattle… sigh. But then… after whatsoever’s organizing work, which literally means BRAIN-ACHE, my only conclusion is LAUGHING… or s-p-e-e-c-h-l-e-s-s. I think this is why “La Bella Italia” was born City-States.

1. Il Secolo XIX: “Il solito brodino all’italiana” What does it mean? Whatever “brodino” means, I think this is exactly what I am going to understand Monti or Passera’s “Decreto Sviluppo”. When it was proudly announced, my instant reaction was L’Illusione della crescita: Ottanta miliardi di parole. Dove sono i soldi?. But my reason was a bit different. They were talking about “Fondo Unico”. It’s not my first time that I read about “Rich & Generous Italians”.
Months/years ago, Maestro Abbado, whose ideal leader is Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, proudly interviewed how many Italian friends are rich enough to support his CULTURAL project to make his country “La Bella Italia”. I am pretty sure that all his rich Italian friends assembled in Bologna, only to support Monti a Bologna: usciremo da soli dalla crisi, non perché lo dice Angela Merkel, without ever realizing that it is in fact a Jewish Festival led by Roberto Saviano, Gad Lerner, David Grossman, and You-Know-Whom. Whatever Monti’s involvement in “La Repubblica della idee” is, I believe that “Fondo Unico” means enough money, which should not mean TASSE, UN SALASSO SENZA FINE.
But then… Doesn’t this project mean “filling a BOTTOMLESS pit,” unless it is accompanied by “RADICAL” labor reform? No wonder Camusso’s Pd welcome this peculiar project of “risorse fino a 80 miliardi” or “I finanziamenti agevolati per la «green economy» e l’istituzione dell’Agenzia per l’Italia digitale”.
Interestingly, Squinzi’s absolute silence amplified my curiosity, and still now, I only find vague statement from Confindustria. But then… while I was thinking about posting THIS, Alfano was one jump ahead, Dl sviluppo, Alfano svela il trucco dei tecnici: “Mancano 79 miliardi su 80”, and I lost my chance to cut an appearance… hum. But still… I think I am the first one to report THIS.
I think… Squinzi’s fellow Italians are just scared that it might evaporate after a syllable of criticism. For them… “MEGLIO DI NIENTE”. Poor Confindustria. Whatever their reason is, I couldn’t resist my curiosity and started ANOTHER research… sic. Which keywords did I start with? My work resulted in this shocking news, ESCLUSIVO – Piano segreto di Passera Vendere la Rai a “Rcs e CDB” per diventare premier (Jun 11).
If this information is true, Passera’s election campaign will probably begin with excessive criticism or rather-insult by La Repubblica, which has been a faithful guardian of “Article 18”. Hence… I say… It will be damn interesting to check what is Passera’s REAL intention. As far as I know, Minister Passera was more interested in his trip to Firenze than “la discussione sull’articolo 18” when PM Monti nervously put ABC in Plazzo Montecitorio’s “Corea”. By the way, THEY are still waiting for an answer from Passera. E Passera non rispose. La crisi del sistema tv in Italia… hum.

2. What is an exact definition of “Il modello” in Italy? How come “spogliarellista di notte e avvocato di giorno” is now called “La Repubblica – Il modello: “Ruby mi offrì 4mila euro per andarci al letto”? (… can’t finish it tonight… sic!… perhaps, it’s better to listen to pm Fabio De Pasquale’s media play first…)

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(Updated on JUNE 12, 2012) – Help me, please… PLEASE!!! I now know “Ddl Anticorruzione” is not “Ddl Comunitaria 2011 sulla responsabilità civile dei magistrate”. Nor is it “Ddl Intercettazioni,” which I think is another term for “Legge Bavaglio”. Yesterday, I finally realized what means DDL (disegno/progetto di legge) or DL (decreto legge), and why Italian businessmen were furious at President or Pretend2b-Ex-Communist Napolitano, whose genius invention, Ddl Lavoro, is now drinking a toast for Italy to celebrate her sinking into the abyss of another Dark Age. However still, I can’t understand what means “Concussione”, which I think is a keyword to follow “Ddl Anticorruzione” when it comes to Rubygate. Apart from Wikipedia, I read some articles, such as DOMANDE E RISPOSTE / DIRITTO PENALE or OSSERVATORIO DI GAZZETTA FORENSE: DIRITTO PENALE. And I never understand why “Articolo 317 c.p. Concussione” has something to do with B’s crime in Rubygate. First of all, what is English translation of this Italian enigma, “Concussione”? Extortion? Bribery? What does it matter to B’s crime in Rubygate? Help me, please… PLEASE!!! Anyway, all those b*tches involved in B’s trials, who are dreaming of extorting B’s money more and more even after You-Know-When, had better learn this Korean sentence. “이 걸레 같은 년들… 주둥아리 함부로 놀려서 인생을 조진다는 게 어떤 건지 정확하게 알려주지.” Let’s assume that ALL B’s fortune is mine. I will make this a Real Italian/International Affair even if I should spend half of my money. For this, I should thank for the SLOWEST Italian justice system, since they used to completely ruin citizen’s life whenever they start a legal process against real-or-not culprit. We’ll see. This is the only thing I know about this Italian enigma, “Concussione”. Am I missing something here?

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(Updated on JUNE 11, 2012) – SO… there were happenings ABC before the Brazilian whore’s L’Espresso interview, and happenings XYZ are now in progress. To be honest, I can’t help suspecting if this ridiculous happening, Monti denuncia l’accerchiamento: «Perso l’appoggio dei poteri forti» (Jun 7), was also part of La Repubblica project. Anyway, I will be able to start THIS once I finish organizing ABC and XYZ. I’m almost done. This is what was exactly in my mind when Italy’s No.1 newspaper officially printed apprent lie of the witness of on-going legal process. “이건 누가 봐도 새빨간 거짓말인데, 도대체 얼마나 망조가 든 나라길래, 최고인텔리라고 자칭한다는 주간지가 이런걸 기사라고 내는 것임? 이거 명백한 명예훼손 아님? 위증죄까지 포함해서. 긍까… 사건자체가 더러우니까 무슨 짓을 해도 상대방은 손쓸 수 없다 이거지… 그럼, 끝까지 가보는 거지. 어차피 더 이상 떨어질 곳도 없구만. 그러니까 10년후에도 이 인터뷰에 의하면, 자기는 현장을 목격했고 지금 협박당하고 있다는 거 아냐…”

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(Updated on JUNE 10, 2012) – Ha-Ha-Ha! I’m pushing back my schedule… just a little bit. Just like everyone else, I can’t ignore this issue, Monti-Tarantola, “I gemelli separati alla nascita”!!! Personally, I have a real phobia of cameras and hate someone taking or manipulating my images. But when it comes to this issue… I was actually forced to fall deep in meditation when I found “Ms. Pugno-di-Ferro-Cattoliche-in-Guanto-di-Velluto”. I had to recollect all the Italian females I learned… from Mama Rosa to Mama Elsa Monti… until…!!! And I don’t like “Tarantola-Monti dopo trucco e parrucco”. Now, can you understand why I couldn’t control my laughing when I found Mr. Fini’s video? To be honest, I can’t understand why Witness-X felt disgust, if B really introduced this cartoon to her group of “Money Suckers”. How many disgusting cartoons have Italians enjoyed watching only to mock Berlusconi? She was one of them. But… I must say that Mr. Fini in his cartoon looked really c-u-t-e… and it was DURING the nationwide Fini-Scandal, which undoubtedly gave Italian PM sleepless nights. If this video really filled her with disgust, B’s money must still have been put in her bank-account when she first contacted Il Fatto, because the last thing she wants to do is spending that disgusting money. Anyway, I have no-feeling, neither good nor bad but no feeling, about her except this part, and I am just curious what kind of commercial fame/job she could earn after the trial as a pure entertainer. I always wonder why Murdoch empire, which are crazy about reporting+editing(?) PART of their testimony, never offer a lucrative contract to all those Star-Will-Be-Born ladies. Isn’t this a perfect opportunity for them to fill their dream of filling Italian TV monitor screen? It seems that they only study newspaper articles about phone-hacking and memorize all the details about “Others’ Bunga-Scene” and train their speaking or weeping skills. Am I talking about who is guilty or innocent? I am talking about commercial value of each protagonist in Rubygate. Please look. The reason why Italians are sick of Prostitute Minetti is that her current fame is a bubble and her Rubygate fame is clearly different from that of pure entertainers involved in Vallettopoli. Even here, part of female protagonists disappeared from the entertainment industry. Hence, I am just curious. In Korea or even in Japan, where free-sex is more accepted, prostitutes are NOT allowed to decorate TV-monitors, no matter what happens behind the scene. It doesn’t seem like in Italy, where there is no distinction between prostitution and free-sex, and the scandal itself can become a golden opportunity to build their commercial fame. Even in Rubygate, part of plaintiffs used to make their living as prostitutes or someone’s sex-toy or short-time-partner, if my language is properly used. Right? Hence, I am just curious.

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(Updated on JUNE 9, 2012) – I finally had time to check Rassegna Stampa since May election or Emilia earthquake. And I found what I wanted to find. Please look. My analysis is right. “Corsera in general” also has been very kind to Repubblica’s Monti except… and I used to think that it was due to the recent earthquake in RCS MediaGroup. *^.^* Anyway, I think today’s discoveries are worth reading. My reading actually started days ago with this headline, Salvate il soldato Monti (Jun 5). But the article itself was not exactly what I wanted to read. Days later… or this morning, I think this article is what they are talking about. Corsera-Editoriali: I ribaltonisti di memoria corta (Jun 8). Then, Typical-Libero wanted to beat Corsera. Libero: “Salvate il soldato Monti, congedatelo. E salvate noi dai dilettanti”. I couldn’t help laughing. Now, are you ready to “Save Private Monti”? Whenever I find Repubblica’s Monti, I was full of disgust, and then, I had to do a breath control because I’m not a person of meditation. Only then, I was able to return to “The Original Monti”. But then, there was “Casini & Co.”, the laziest politician, who only wants to steal my hard working. But still, whenever I do a breath control, “Saving Private Monti” was my most favorite solution. I still need to work more, but I might have time to post my very-private opinion about Mediaset-trial tomorrow. As well as my two cent tips for Ora Berlusconi studia i comizi di Beppe Grillo See ya~
Mentre l’Italia va a pezzi, Monti e Passera litigano e si fanno i dispetti 8 giugno 2012 / By blitzquotidiano.it
(…) Ora, vogliamo mandare un messaggio al governo? Siete stati chiamati per risolvere la crisi dell’Italia, nemmeno un anno e avete già imparato dai politici i difetti? Già perdete tempo in chiacchiere e beghe interne invece di approvare delle misure per il Paese?

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(Updated on JUNE 8, 2012) – Weird. Since when have [Corriere+Sore24] acted against Bocconi Professor/Premier/God Monti? This is exactly what I was going to post. It’s been some time since I completely ignore La Repubblica and start my day with what-I-believe-Left newspaper and compare their report with various local newspapers. Frequently, I was surprised at the fact that their economic viewpoint is no different from Frantic-Right Libero. As far as I know, Il Sore 24 was very kind when THEY were reporting Squinzi’s severe criticism some time ago. I think Confindustria’s new president has now changed his tone partly because of PM Monti’s public complaint, Monti: il Governo ha perso l’appoggio dei poteri forti (Jun 8), but mainly because of Squinzi: sul decreto sviluppo abbiamo tantissime aspettative. La riforma del lavoro? Va modificata (Jun 4). What I feel funny is that I had no idea about “Decreto Sviluppo” four days ago. I was just busy at finishing my organizing job with a huge headache! Ddl anticorruzione or Agcom or Spending Review or Young-Pd’s support for Pdl’s “Semi presidenzialismo alla francese”. And I wanted to know, before resuming my original work, which Pdl members-or-PERVERTS have been taking advantage of my computer work, just like Daniel Barenboim, and secretly plan to stab B in the back after securing their position in Pdl, and eventually destroy anything-Italy. Too tired, anyway. Since yesterday, I was so impressed by PM Monti’s public complaint that I had to read Il Sore 24’s one article, which first statement knocked me down. “Non sembrano solo i “poteri forti” ad far mancare il loro appoggio al Governo Monti, come ha lamentato con un filo di amara ironia lo stesso premier questa mattina al convegno dell’Acri.” But then, what does this paragraph mean? I only know that Bocconi Professor Monti has promised La Repubblica to sell Italy for “3 milioni di euro” and is now going to join “il partito di Repubblica” as a honorary member. Am I missing something here?
Il Governo e i provvedimenti che si perdono per strada. Spira forte il vento della campagna elettorale 7 giugno 2012
(…) Il problema, però, è che ora sempre più spesso i provvedimenti annunciati non arrivano più: il decreto Sviluppo si è arenato nell’assenza di risorse per finanziarlo, quello sul merito è stato preventivamente impallinato dal Pd, mentre ad azzoppare la riforma del pubblico impiego ci ha pensato il Pdl. (…)

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(Updated on JUNE 2, 2012) – After hours of THIS work, I finally forgot what was my original keyword. So… I’m asking President Napolitano why this article, Giustizia/ Severino vede Napolitano. Prosegue scontro Pd-Pdl (May 18, 2012), has something to do with Monti’s Labor Reform. I was looking for TWO issues that might have affected Ddl lavoro, ok del Senato ora la riforma passa alla Camera (May 31, 2012). And I don’t know why Justice Minister Severino’s partnership with President Napolitano has to be the answer. Tired… I feel like going to be ill, again.

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(Updated on Jun 1, 2012) – Headache! I thought that I should know what’s happened… at least… since the first Emilia earthquake on May 20, if I really want to resume my posting about Monti’s Labor Reform. Then, I couldn’t believe my eyes. I felt like reading the Book of Revelation. Well… I used to think that “Italy in recent days” or “La Repubblcia’s Italy” is very much alike “Joseon Dynasty [=Korea’s Last Monarchy] toward the Japanese Occupation”, and I still feel no need to change my opinion. Anyway, I got stuck with… Hey… am I reading Bancopoli or what? Antonveneta… Bpi… Bnl-Unipol… sic! I am still trying to figure out why “D’Alema & Co.” is nowhere to be found and Pdl’s “Senator-Cricket” is the only politician, whose life was completely ruined by years of trial until May 30, 2012, if “Processo Unipol-Bnl” was originally called “Caso Unipol/ D’Alema”. Anyway… I now know what means Vallettopoli, Bancopoli, Calciopoli, and Tangentopoli. Jesus Christ! Am I studying “History of B’s Trials” or “History of Italia-poli”? Happy birthday to “La Bella Italia”! For the first time in my life, I agree with President Napolitano. I understand those who want to cancel Parata del 2 giugno, Idv e Lega annunciano: “Non parteciperemo”. I do. However… speaking as a third party or foreigner, Di Pietro or Lega Nord’s favorite will undoubtedly look as if not Venezuela but Italy Beats Greece as Least Competitive Nation, IMD Says. I remember how international media gave attention to Aquila Earthquake during 35th G8 summit. Please look! I did follow Italian media every day. But it was only after I organized “Italian happenings since May 20” that Italian happenings took my breath away.

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(Updated on MAY 28, 2012) – Hello… tired. What the hell is happening in “La Bella Italia”? Today, I wanted to read ONE article, because I turned off the computer last night after spotting one Italian word, “Cdm”, which has frequently appeared in B’s trials, and now, suddenly looks familiar after I finally figured out the issue of Consulta-Mediaset.
1. I now know that “Cdm [=Consiglio dei ministry]” is not “Csm [=Consiglio superiore della magistratura]” and I have always been confused. SIC~
2. I now know how to find Leftist news sources, so I only check La Repubblica… you-know-when… to read you-know-what. Well, I read all the other newspapers but couldn’t understand its English translation. It was weird, because I usually get general information while comparing different newspapers reporting the same news. They were unanimous in reporting Monti: “Nessuna riforma del Csm. E’ inopportuna e non percorribile”. They all said that La Repubblica was the initial source. So I had to return to La Repubblica. SIC!
3. It was weird. Everywhere, the report sounded vague. And I don’t think it’s due to my language problem. It was clear that this scandal is part of Justice Reform. PM Monti and JM Severino were everywhere, but these names didn’t look like keywords. So, I went to Libero to figure out if La Repubblica collaborated with the Italian judicial circles and intentionally leaked this news to block PM Monti’s Justice Reform by creating a certain scapegoat. Well, it’s been weeks since my curiosity was not satisfied by this media. So I went to local newspapers, using various keywords.
4. Simply put, is it true that Giustizia, Di Pietro: Monti vara legge dei sogni di Berlusconi? As far as I know, this reform was about BALANCE, from [2 laici : 4 togati] to [3 laici : 3 togati]. Am I missing something here?
5. I need a clear information in case Riforma del Csm, Monti blocca Catricalà. E ora aspetta le dimissioni. I never understand why Ddl Anti-corruzione has something to do with Ruby-trial. But I think this issue becomes a fashionable accessory for my posting about “History of B’s Trial”. Bye.

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(Updated on MAY 27, 2012) – My only word… TIRED. For days, I’ve been having a headache whenever I think of trials. I had to take lots of sleep while FINISHING my study of “conflitto di attribuzione” regarding Mediaset-trial or Ruby-trial or whatsoever-Consulta. Yeah… it was exactly what I couldn’t understand when I started my organization job on the issue of Mediaset-trial. Now, I know what this article, Scontro sul processo Mediaset (Oct 5, 2011), was talking about. It is still OK that Milan court don’t follow the LEGAL decision of the holy Constitutional Court. BUT… is it true that a mere procecutor dared to demand that an official schedule of Macedonian Prime Minister or Korean president should follow his schedule? What kind of country is this? What I feel funny is that this is a country where a prime minieter is born every couple of years. And then, the holy Consulta is happy to offer a belated decision about their EX-leader, and their reason is always based on the Article 3, “equality”. And then, opposition leader D’Alema is complaining that PM Berlusconi’s security issue should be different from other Italian citizens. Just funny. Tired… I seriously need some rest.

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(Updated on MAY 20, 2012) – So… is it true that there was no such thing as “Processo Ruby (bis)” between Apr 20 and May 4. It was all about “campagna mediatico-giudiziaria”… tired.

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(Updated on MAY 17, 2012) – Shush, shush! I am busy. It was after finishing my previous message that I started reading “Processo Ruby (bis)” since Ruby mi ha devastato la vita. Chiederò i danni (Mar 26, 2012). Now, I dare to say that I can answer whatever… such as B’s reason during the serious phone conversation “nel 21 settembre del 2010 tra Bonasia e il fratello” or Minetti’s comical phone conversation with Polanco on Jan 11, 2011. Interesting is that, since my previous message, whatever I read has never betrayed my analysis. It also solved ALL my months-long questions about B’s incomprehensible behaviours. Simply put, I now believe that Italy needs another lawsuit. Anyway, I still need to organize trials on Apr 16, 20, 23, and 27 before returning to my original schedule. Don’t bother me. It won’t take long. I no longer need old articles to analyze these trials. See ya~

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(Updated on MAY 11, 2012) – Yahoo! I am finally able to draw a big picture about Rubigate… on no… phone hacking. For example, “Documento numero 57-63” means Arcore party on Jul 12, 2010, and “Documento numero 70” means Arcore party on Sep 19, 2010. Right? To my suprise, there is only one conclusion to be learned from analyzing Who-Says-What-Before/After-When. No wonder all the witnesses have been unanimous in depicting Stripper Minetti, regardless of the veracity of their testimonies-or-lies-or-blackmailing and regardless of their future-criminal-record. There were more, much more beyond Pimp Minetti, and I am very curious how Italian Justice Sytem deals with it, because it has nothing to do with LAW, and Fede’s poor girls should have filed a lawsuit against “Minetti & Co.”, instead of confronting escort-agency-Fede/Mora or talent-scout-X, if they really wanted to get to the essense of this filthy affair. I even felt pity on Ruby the girl until her proud voice on Dec 15, 2010. Now, I can do this organizing job as a daily hobby. I still need to know until when Stripper Minetti was treated as a princess in Lombardy’s regional council. Anyway, I wonder why Corriere no longer reports the date of next trial. And then, what’s been happening to Libero? It now looks like an inferior version of Corriere with X-like language… tired.

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(Updated on MAY 8, 2012) – SIC! I’m worn out!! I just wanted to finish this work as quickly as possible, but it was impossible without following B’s trials. I was fed up with La Repubblica’s REPEATED media manipulation of Phone-Hacking. Hence, I wanted to organize the exact content of phone conversations of “QueenBee & Co.”, so that I will no longer waste my time whenever this topic runs in Italian media in various forms. But then…
1. I even couldn’t start organizing “Queen Bee & Co.” Days ago, I got stuck with early witnesses in Rubygate. Jesus Christ! I’ve never seen this kind of media manipulation. Simply put, (1.) it seems that whenever Italian females open their mouth, whatever they say is a lie, and (2.) I now think that Sir Berlusconi can file a lawsuit against ITALIAN MEDIA on this issue. I promise that I know how to consult Korean prosecutors/lawyers on this issue. Who knows? I will be able to consult INTERNATIONAL lawyers, too, starting from American ones. Who says that Obama’s Democrats are sick of Murdoch’s media manipulation of “Netanyahu’s Holy War against Nazi”? The starting point of this computer work was during Bush administration.
2. Surely, La Repubblica wanted to prove that Italian females are the dirtiest whores in the world when they were crazy about printing the stories that the rest of Italian media painfully(?) decided to make off the record. In Murdoch’s headquarters, such as the Telegragh’s birthplace or the Fox-drama’s escort-agency-Palfrey, this kind of business is already considered a dirtiest crime, and therefore, they are more and more crazy about Italian soap operas, because Italians are naturally born filthy. In this way, all of them earned more money, didn’t they? Let me help their business, please. I promise that all the b*tch characters appearing in La Repubblica will have to cost them the rest of their lives. Don’t you think there are so many ways to realize this project? In any case, I will start my life in the Italian Online World and contact all the Italian voters, starting from Berlusconiani/e. I promise that they will answer my curiosity about the dirtiness of Italian females. I promise that the Pdl’s die-hard members will listen to Minetti’s phone-voice again and again whenever I say “Ciao”. Who knows? They might offer me the best solution how to punish the member of the blocked-list, who joined Pdl as “una ragazza acqua e sapone” and ruined Pdl’s everything and still refused to pay for it… Minetti risponde: «Non ho intenzione di lasciare, perché sono innocente.» (Apr 25, 2012: 2 weeks before “ElezioniAmministrative”).
3. I was so tired that I wanted to finish other stuffs/cases first. In case of Mediaset trials… Jesus Christ! (… too tired to finish this short report… SIC! SIC! SIC!)

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(Updated on MAY 7, 2012) – SIC! Could you please, pelase ask President Napolitano why my computer work with the keywords, [Di Pietro + Forleo + D’Alema + Unipol], resulted in this article? De Benedetti sta con Monti, un’alleanza ‘nata’ all’università Bocconi… Guarda l’iPerr reportage SIC! SIC! SIC! Too much is too much… sigh.

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(Updated on APRIL 30, 2012) – Sic. I can’t finish this work tonight. Could Italian media please report the exact date of B’s trials? Thanks to VanityFair or GoogleSearch: B… Mills… 19 settembre 2010 or 2011…, I had a hard time to figure out whether B’s attendance at Mills’ trial was while Italian justice system was wiretapping Minetti’s phone conversation or not. I realized that I can do nothing without following B’s trials, so I was doing what I couldn’t finish months ago when I started studying “History of B’s Trials”. PM Monti knows that my work, on this issue, has been a mess since B’s acquittal on Feb 25, 2012. Now, I know that Nov 22, 2011 was an important day for B’s Mills. So is Apr 13, 2012, on which the judge Margherita Taddei abstained for a specific reason. What’s more, is it true that there was NO trial for “Oggi’s someone” after Feb 9, 2012? Hence, this coming May 2 is the D-day for Repubblica’s soulmate, isn’t it? What’s more and more, May 3 is also another D-day for Repubblica’s mission to publish all Berlusconi’s phone conversations… with the help of Italian justice system. I had no time to read their articles, and I can’t figure out why only La Repubblica is allowed to publish audio files of B’s phone hacking, which has nothing to do with the trial itself. Basically, all the foreigners should listen to these audio files, because the voice itself becomes important when they can’t understand Italian language. This has been my case. Always, Berlusconi sounds real tired, and it is in fact B’s phone conversation with Minetti that made me forget all my disgusting feelings about Bunga-scene and forgive B’s everything. Anyway… I want to finish my job here. And I think I’d better follow important stuffs, such as Mills’s case after Apr 13, or Oggi trial after May 2, or Unipol trial after May 3. Clearly, [La Repubblica + Italian Justice System] tried to cover up something in recent days. Am I wrong?

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(Updated on APRIL 20, 2012) – Last night, I was too tired. This morning, I was about to be ill. I am now fine but still tired. No one would believe this, but the final stop of my reading was Professor Monti’s secret meeting with Prodi, La Repubblica, and Banca Intesa on July 24. It now seems that their main issue is Traitor Passera, whose impotence was suddenly cured during this posting and whose energy bill happens to be saved by this computer work. No wonder Casini wants to steal this. What I still can’t figure out is “Who’s Who” in Monti’s political government. Prodi’s everybody is dreaming about President Monti. Right? Then, who else wants to desert from the technocrat government and make a fool of Italian voters, in case Marcegaglia becomes Casini’s cheap mouthpiece? Monti’s Fornero or Passera’s Fornero? Monti’s Passera or Marcegaglia’s Passera? Are there more? Who was afraid of whose political future when PM Monti or Minister Fornero took aim at hysterical(!?) Marcegaglia? If this is the scenario, I think Camusso deserves a victory. She didn’t have to ruin the international image of her country with all those X-like strikes. She just needs to wait until all the politicians find themselves in compelte shambles in the Post-Napolitano era. From the very start, there was no such thing as a sacred duty of technocrat government. Wow… (P.S.: I wanted to buy this new computer not because of Monti’s technocrat government, but because of… because those articles will disappear when the next season starts… tired.)

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(Updated on APRIL 18, 2012) – Libero is wrong. De Benedetti vende la villa: soldi del Lodo non bastano? True that “La stessa industria rinnovabile si trova oggi sovraesposta e frammentata”. But I don’t think this is a real reason why La Repubblica’s owner has hastily sold his precious villa. Isn’t this because, Italy is not like Spain, where, despite 3% less increase in electricity bills, “i poveri no sono obbligati a pagare in bolletta il pannello fotovoltaico del proprietario della villa a Capri, o il fotovoltaico di una grande company”? I kept checking Libero’s articles, because I couldn’t figure out why La Repubblica’s Ezio Mauro resumed his audacious campaign to save “Article 18” amid endless corruption scandals. Anyway, I can start my posting the moment I finish organizing articles about De Benedetti or Marco Travaglio’s most favorite TV show “in onda su LA7”, which is “un canale televisivo italiano privato” and “parte del cosiddetto terzo polo televisivo italiano”. Let’s assume that this TV program will anyway contribute to an assassination conspiracy against the head of government or confindustria. Who should pay for this historical crime? I promise. Someone should pay for it. This is one of reasons why I wanted this posting. Since I’ve already finished its reading, I only need time to organize them. See ya.

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(Updated on APRIL 16, 2012) – Nelle notti di Arcore spunta Fini: “Seduto sul water”, ecco il video. HAHAHA…HOHOHO…!!! Well… my laughter has nothing to do with Mr. Fini’s so-called corruption. I just love Italian cartoons. So… witty! That’s all. Well… I am laughing now, but I know it WAS not a laughable situation for then-PM Berlusconi. It was also the same period, during with Hot-Leo was doing his hot media play, announcing that B knows nothing about football. Well… I still say that I am destined to feel pity on this poor billionaire whenever I study B’s disgusting scandal. Let me make one thing clear, please. The only reason why I wanted to help Imane Fadil with her legal fees was that Murdoch and his British pigs edited(!?) the content of her interview. As far as I understood her Italian interview, she was trying to explain, after being fed up with watching hypocrisy of “Minetti & Co.” especially after the outburst of Rubygate, that the situation has become uncontrollable even for the party-planner Berlusconi, who had to sleep during the disgusting sex-show of “Minetti & Co.” I thought that she might have a chance to win this British legal case, if Berlusconi cannot sue those f*cking journalism. I am still thinking about this option. And I must say that all the Bunga-girls are welcome to join my FINANCIAL project if they ever find enough proof of British/Italian media distorting and damaging their professional credit. Throwing Parties at Berlusconi’s private residence was part of Italian culture, and even prostitutes are entitled to work with dignity. How many times have La Repubblica’s fellow prostitutes damaged the INTERNATIONAL image of Italy? Basically, “Minetti & Co.” was a party-pooper, and all the female witnesses, starting from Minetti’s so-called-friend M, have been unanimous on this issue. What did Minetti tell her friend when she was vomiting? Why I can’t find her name any more in this legal case? I’ve never heard she returned her “scholarship from B” after insulting Berlusconi as Minetti’s boss. I only heard that she requested Italian media never to call her Minetti’s friend. Anyway, how many Bunga-girls will be able to be blessed with MY money? Curious.

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(Updated on APRIL 15, 2012) – Yahoo! After a huge headache, I am about to finish my LAST reading, even though I still can’t figure out how much La Repubblica’s very-private business, fotovoltaica, was able to be protected by Monti’s left-wing government, which poor voters “paghi in bolletta il pannello del ricco che ama la green economy e può permettersi l’acquisto dei pannelli.” Headache… However… I’ve come to the conclusion that, in case of Labor Reform, Alfano’s voice has been too small. With no doubt, the situation is quickly changing and Italian voters are gathering around Napolitano’s kids-politicians. And chances for Alfano’s Pdl to win the election are getting dim in this situation. And this makes the Pdl’s leader constricted. In my opinion, Pdl’s YOUNG leader doesn’t have to threaten Monti’s government, which already announced, “Se la riforma del lavoro non verrà approvata l’esecutivo se ne andrà a casa.” If workers or pensioners’ suicide is a social problem, businessmen’s suicide is a structurla problem… if my choice of language is right. In my opinion, Alfano had better ask, as loudly/SYNICALLY as possible, Napolitano or La Repubblica or Camusso’s followers to pull the plug and form a grand olive-tree. We’ll see how many Third Pole members want to join Bersani’s Pd. Aren’t the opportunists the real cancer of democracy? How long have I observed the Italian politics? So far, I’ve never seen Third Pole members behave as if they tried to keep “La Bella Italia” in balance. Both La Repubblica and Bocconi Professor Monti have been trying to manipulate “News from Italy” because International opinions are unaimous on this issue. Why doesn’t Pdl’s leader use this? And Monti’s media play has been so effective that Alfano’s small voice has not been heard. This is exactly what Marcegaglia tried to do days ago. What I feel funny is that PM Monti refused to join her. No woner Italians have called him arrogant. For Pdl’s leader, timing will be more important. This is not about international market. Ultimately, this is about the survival of Italain industry. Isn’t it?

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(Updated on APRIL 13, 2012) – I wish this one to be the last. I hate trifling messages. I now want a whole reading about X-rated Politician Monti and want to follow updated version while finishing my work. I’m surprised at the fact that it now appears more serious than my imagination. By the way, it’s terrific to read I pm: “I soldi di Berlusconi all’avvocato della Minetti”. “NON NE AVEVAMO DUBBI” when Santo Mignotte behaved just like Barenboim’s Russian-whore Elena Bashikirova with her WEDO members. Then, I was curious if I could help with legal costs when I found Imane Fadil’s interviews. (Remember? All B’s fortunes are MINE!) In Italy, there seems to be no clear definition of bribery, and everything is up to menstrual periods of Italian Magistrati. Not surprisinly, it is so irregular that Italy’s low/lowest birth rate has become internatioinal laughing stock for the journalists elsewhere. Anyway, I was not sure of my plan and only thinking of establishing “Mama Rosa Fund”. I’ve come to the conclusion, after studying “The History of B’s Trials”, that all those PIMPS, especially females, should be sent to jail. Since the case of Evelina Manna, all the b*tches were sure that Berlusconi is anyway too old to go to jail and they will anyway be protected by Italian Justice System. Then, whoever started it, whether Extrememly-Slow-Justice-System or Power-Hungry-Pimps or Daredevil-B always dreaming about crossing the red line, there had to be no result but b*tches’ blackmailing, which was welcomed by Italian Justice System. Even after Rubygate, they didn’t seem to give up. Rather, there were uglier looks or more audaciousness on the happy face of SOMEONE waiting to fill the role. I never understand why Sir Berlusconi has to feel sorry for Nicole Minetti, because he has known that she was sent as a special spy from San Raffaelo, and first of all, Nicole Minetti dared to risk her life, with her biggest smile and greatest pleasure, after the scandal of XYZ, in which all the Italians witnessed how the heroines ruined their lives/careers after being blessed/cursed by B’s Midas Touch. Still, none of them seem to regret their riduculous behaviours flirting with a then-married malechauvinist and believe that they can extort more money. We’ll see. I know Minetti is not Queen Bee No.1, of course. I promise, too, that Nicole Minetti will FINALLY reveal all the secrets about the list of Prostitutes-in-Parliaments when I get her ANGRY. Don’t you think international readers are hungry for this hillarious news from Italy? Do you think I am now capable of writing “NON NE AVEVAMO DUBBI” on my own? Where do you think I got this Italian sentence from? Google-Translation-Tool says that… (1. I had no doubts = Non avevo dubbi) or (2. I’ve had no doubts = Non ho avuto dubbi) or (3. I was having no doubts = Stavo avendo dubbi) or (4. We had no doubts = non abbiamo avuto dubbi). I am curious more. When will Italian Justice System leak the information or when will Italian media trumpet how much Miniett’s luxrious new house costs? Toward the general election? Or confidence vote on Article 8? Or the day after the assasination of Camusso’s least favorite?

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(Updated on APRIL 11, 2012) – I am still laughing. Who wrote “chissà se la montagna riuscirà a partorire il topolino”? I think I should create another independent posting with this title, whose real owner should be Santo Napolitano. My reading will not be endless, since I will stop when I find what I failed to save during Monti-X. But I must confess that I enjoy this reading very much. IF… if Mr. SuperMario still believes that I am playing with Ms. Fornero’s UN-elected government, I have to question the “Street Smart IQ” of malechauvinist Monti. A series of happenings with Monti’s Minister Fornero has foced me to judge that her boss is a real malechauvinist. Ms. Elsa Monti was just smart enough to deal with IT. I don’t collect XYZ about Monti’s Labor Reform, which was defined as “LOSING business” already on Mar 22-24. My main concern is to collect Italian brainy-but-WITTY jokes about “chissà se la montagna riuscirà a partorire il topolino” and to prepare a congratulatory gift for Santo Napolitano’s populist government with more taxes and no growth. I now find that even in Italy, Libero always turned out to be right even when this newspaper was the only opponent of Napolitano’s Monti’s government and the rest of Italian business media gave up. Hence, I heartly advise Female Ministers in Monti’s “Bunga-No-Banca-Yes Cabinet” that they carefully choose thier words in their interviews, espeically with La Repubblica, whenever they are sick of their impotent-but-malechavinist boss but have to follow his instructions. PM Monti will anyway find political scapegoats. It is already happening… I see. While checking PM Monti’s media play, I just wanted to study “The Economics”… alas… therefore… I only remember Professor Monti’s direct+crual cricitism of then-PM Bunga… ooops sorry… Berlusconi.

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(Updated on APRIL 10, 2012) – Don’t bother me, please. I need to finish my LAST reading. Currently, I am up to this information; ha spaccato la Confindustria, come titola Repubblica: “Imprenditori mai così divisi, Cresce il ruolo dei pubblici.” I am surprised at this fresh revelation about La Repubblica. What I feel funny is that Emma Marcegaglia wanted to unite Italian industry, yet it is La Repubblica still trying to foster excessive conflict. We’ll see if Italian folks want my current reading, LAST as well, to be impeded… or completly stopped.

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(Updated on APRIL 8, 2012) – Interesting to check HYSTERICAL Emma’s sudden change, from Lavoro: Marcegaglia a Ft, ‘Testo pessimo’ Cgil, ‘Ok riconquista reintegro’ (Apr 5) or from Ddl lavoro, Marceglia: ”Pessimo”, Monti: ”Ve lo sognavate” (Apr 6) to Marcegaglia: «Il premier ha salvato il Paese. Ma il Parlamento cambi la riforma» (Apr 7). To be honest, I can’t help suspecting if President Napolitano’s kids [La Repubblica + Bersani] and his grandkids [Monti + Casini] knew exactly when to expect the advent of Bossi-scandal. More frankly speaking, I can’t help thinking that sudden change in Marcegaglia’s lonely voice is not due to the Bossi-scandal but rather due to Power-Struggle in “Corriere della Sera’s Italy”. After spending the entire day, I still can’t figure out whether “il nuovo proprietario dell’ospedale San Raffaele di Milano” stepped it to resist Politician Monti’s Corriere, via NEW “presidente del consiglio di amministrazione”, or to assist disgusting politics of Monti’s impotent technocrat government. Time will tell. Anyway, I don’t follow any of recent scandals. I will resume my positng soon…

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(Updated on APRIL 3, 2012) – Sigh… so many happenings since… from “Esodati or Imu” to “La famiglia Bossi”… sic. I don’t follow any of these issues, but at least, I should know what they mean. Apart from La Repubblica’s questionable journalism, I started this (specific) work only because I wanted to know which Pdl members have been carring out B’s secret order or openly announced their betrayal. Hence, I never planned to post any of my discovery, nor did I expect this kind of LONG posting about so-called “Article 18”… sic. What I feel funny is that FOLKS expects this computer work to train La Repubblica’s journalism on this issue. When President Napolitano pushed PM Monti into the Parliament, it’s already a done-deal. Isn’t it? Just like “IL DECRETP LIBERALIZZAZIONI”. Isn’t it? And then, President Napolitano wants to help Camusso’s Democratic Party to win the coming election. Doesn’t he? Anyway, I still need one more day to finish checking all the happenings in chronological order since “SALVO INTESE”. Meanwhile, I need all the interviews of both females privately assisting PM Monti. And I am surprised to find that absolutely none of Italians, even Mrs. Elsa Monti, seemed to realize Sir Berlusconi’s real intention when Elsa Monti: “Berlusconi regala le cravatte a Mario” and when Mrs. Monti kindly joked that Elsa Monti: ”Continuità tra Governo Monti-Berlusconi? Nelle cravatte di Marinella”. In my humble opinion, it never means that Sir Berlusconi used to downgrade Mrs. Monti’s taste. It was anyway the main issue in my current posting. Now, after couple of days of deliberation, I decide not to write my opinions about NEW Tg4. I don’t think that interfering in all the internal affairs in B’s companies is not a good idea, even though I agree with this article from Libero. Dal Tg4 cacciate le Meteorine Sono più rimpiante di Fede. I am not sure if I understood this report correctly, but it’s possible to get enough clue from this phrase, “Su Twitter i telespettatori disperati”. Clearly, everybody has been sick of watching Fede’s dirty-looking girls. However, entertainment should remain as a pure entertainment, and the more Italians feel depressed, the more they will want to be cured by the lighter, purer entertainment. What worries me is that if I write something, another set of b*tches will line up around “Male Followers of Mediaset’s Owner”, and I just feel funny while observing any females around B, who lose their fresh look/image the moment they join/entertain B’s parties, even if this social gathering has nothing to do with prostitution. If I am allowed to give one advice to Mediaset or Medusa, all the so-called bunga-bunga’s female witnesses’ claim has been unanimous… as to which kind of females are B’s real favorite. So far, none of Pdl members seems to understand this simple fact… especially since Sanremo Festival 2012, which heroine hilariously confirmed that she is already past her prime. It is anyway another main issue in my current posting. Let’s finish… finish… and finish.

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(Updated on APRIL 1, 2012) – I think that tomorrow, I can finish checking all the mess, aka Italian happenings, since the computer accident. I couldn’t stop my laughter when I finally figured out my months-long question since Jan 24, on which Sir Berlusconi opened his office not in Palazzo Madama but in Palazzo Montecitorio. So… Plazzo Montecitorio’s “Corea” has something to do with “SMALL hall or corridor where the deputies receive their guests”, and this special place is located perhaps at the corner or back of “Transatlantico”. Right? So… PM Monti has just put “ABC” or “Alfano-Bersani-Casini” or “la strana coalizione” in Berlusconi’s office in-or-at “Corea”, has thrown his warning that he would step back unless “ABC…ABC”, has locked the door of office-B, and has left for Korean Peninsula. Right? And the result, so called parallel reforms “della Costituzione e la legge elettorale”, was born just couple of hours later. Right? What an Italian way of life… It all happened while I was sleeping in this or that “Corea”. And Bersani is still dreaming. «Pace» col premier, ma Bersani non molla sull’art. 18 (Mar 31, 2012) Is there “Corea Nord” also in Palazzo Montecitorio, and has Bersani opened his office there? I’ve read that Berlusconi’s office “trova nella ‘Corea’” and “è vicino alla stanza di Bersani”. Hum… Too tired to write my real, emergent message to B’s Mediaset, anyway. It was a perfect April Fools’ Day.

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(Updated on MARCH 30, 2012) – Hum… Had I realized options offered by this version of Windows-7, I would have chosen this computer long ago. This is not a normal BLACK theme. I think it’s possible to do word-process this posting or internet-search on the black monitor, but there is a certain limit and I need to learn how to use this option in various ways. First of all, my brain is having a hard time getting used to this black circumstances no matter how much my eyes are falling in love with it. Therefore… this is comical information from Italy so far…
Monti: ego fuori misura. Di tasse si può anche morire, [=Monti: outsize egos. Taxes may even die.] Mar 29, 2012 / By blitzquotidiano.it
Prima di sprofondare in Italia, un’occhiata ai giornali stranieri ci dà le prospettive. A New Delhi si sono riuniti i capi di Brasile, Russia, India, Cina e Sud Africa (noti cone Brics) per meglio definire i comuni interessi. [= Before plunging in Italy, look to foreign newspapers gives us perspective. In New Delhi met the leaders of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (known cone Brics) to better define common interests.]
A proposito di autocelebrazioni, su molti giornali i titoli di oggi danno l’impressione che il nostro Santo primo ministro Mario Monti abbia perso un po’ il senso delle proporzioni. Forse sta ancora leggendo vecchi sondaggi, o forse sono i ciliegi in fiore del Giappone, comunque tutto questo lo ha portato a dire: “Io ho il consenso degli italiani, i partiti no” (La Stampa, Sole 24 Ore). Il Messaggero sintetizza: “Monti, affondo contro i partiti” e il Riformista traduce: “Esternazioni asiatiche. Monti si promuove”. [= About self-celebration, many of the titles of newspapers today give the impression that our Holy Prime Minister Mario Monti has lost some ‘sense of proportion. Maybe he’s still reading the old surveys, or maybe it’s the cherry blossoms of Japan, however, all this led him to say: “I have the consent of the Italians, no parties” (La Stampa, Il Sole 24 Ore). The Messenger summarizes: “Monti, thrust against the parties’ and the Reformist translates:” Asian utterances. Monti is promoted.”]
L’uscita di Monti appare tanto esagerata che il Corriere della Sera titola imbarazzato: “Tensione tra Monti e i partiti: noi abbiamo il consenso, loro no” . Repubblica allibita preferisce ignorarlo e si limita a “Il premier: voglio unire, non dividere”, annunciandoci “le mosse di Monti” su Lavoro e Giustizia, anche se il contesto è preoccupante, perché tutto questo avviene da Tokyo, dove Monti dovrebbe essere in visita per propagandare l’interesse nazionale e invece, scopriamo dalla riga sopra il titolo di Repubblica che “da Tokyo il primo ministro prepara i dossier più caldi per il governo”. Sempre Repubblica ci informa: “Sindacati in piazza il 13 aprile”, mentre Napolitano, con nervi d’acciaio (ma deve averne viste tante che il presente pollaio lo fa ridere) ci rasserena: “Nel Paese non vedo esasperazione”. [= The output of Monti appears so exaggerated that embarrassed Corriere della Sera headline: “Tension between Monti and parties: we have the consent, not them.” La Repubblica shocked prefer to ignore it and simply “The Prime Minister: I want to unite, not divide”, annunciandoci “Monti’s moves” of Labor and Justice, even if the context is worrying, because all this is from Tokyo, where mountains should be tour to publicize the national interest and instead, we find the line above the title of the Repubblica that “Tokyo by Prime Minister prepares dossiers warmer for the government.” Still Repubblica informs us: “Trade Unions in the square on April 13,” while Napolitano, with nerves of steel (but must have seen this house on the lot that’s funny) reassures us: “In this country I see frustration.”]
A Napolitano è attribuito un altro intervento di grande valore sociale, a favore di quei 350 mila, la cui causa è stata cavalcata dal Fatto, che sono stati presi in mezzo fra l’uscita anticipata dall’impiego e la riforma di Elsa Fornero: “C’è una questione aperta”, ha detto Napolitano. (…) [= Napolitano is attributed to another intervention of great social value, in favor of those 350 000, whose cause was ridden by Il Fatto, who were caught in the middle between the output of the service and advance the reform of Elsa Fornero ” There is an open question, “Napolitano said. (…)]

(JIWON: Therefore…)

E dal Giappone dice: «Recessione nasce da mancata crescita» [=From Japan says Monti: “Recession stems from failure to thrive”] Mar 30, 2012 / By corriere.it
La lettera di Monti: «I meriti dei partiti e la maturità del Paese» [= “The merits of the parties and the maturity of the country”] Mar 30, 2012 / By corriere.it, Mario Monti
Il presidente del Consiglio scrive da Tokyo al Corriere dopo le polemiche sulle sue dichiarazioni: «Le forze politiche, hanno dimostrato senso di responsabilità. E gli italiani hanno capito che vale la pena di affrontare sacrifici rilevanti, purché equamente distribuiti» [= PM Monti writes from Tokyo to the Corriere after the controversy over his statements: “The political forces, have demonstrated a sense of responsibility. And the Italians have understood that it is worth to sacrifice important, provided equitably distributed’]

(JIWON: Therefore… President Napolitano or Labor Minister Fornero will surely split the country of Italy.)

Napolitano sceglie Bersani Schiaffeggia Monti [= Napolitano chooses Bersani Slap Monti] Mar 30, 2012 / By liberoquotidiano.it
Per chi suona la campana del Quirinale? Di questi tempi, pare chiaro, suona per Mario Monti. Qualcuno lo dovrebbe spiegare agli ex compagni di partito di Giorgio Napolitano, che l’altro giorno, durante la direzione del Pd, non avevano tributato l’applauso rituale al presidente della Repubblica, ritenendolo troppo schierato col governo sul tema più importante, quello della riforma del lavoro. (…) [= For Whom the Bell Tolls Quirinal? These days, it seems clear sound for Mario Monti. Someone should explain to the former party comrades of Giorgio Napolitano, the other day, under the direction of the Democratic Party, had bestowed the ritual of applause to the president as being too aligned with the government on the more important, the reform of work. (…)]

Fornero: “Non vogliamo spaccare il paese. Sull’articolo 18 manca solo la Cgil” [= “We do not want to split the country. Article 18 lacks only the CGIL”] Mar 30, 2012 / By ilfattoquotidiano.it
Articolo 18, voi con chi state? [= Who are you with?] Mar 30, 2012 / By ilfattoquotidiano.it
Il ministro del Lavoro Fornero parla a Radio anch’io. E voi? Siete con la Camusso o con la Fornero? Quanto vi rappresenta oggi il sindacato? Voi come la pensate? Ditelo con il sondaggio del fattoquotidiano.it [= The Minister of Labor Fornero speaks to Radio too. And you? Are with the Camusso or with the Fornero? As there is now the union? You think about it? Say it with a survey of fattoquotidiano.it]

(JIWON: Therefore… Who do you think will be chosen by Berlusconi’s Italian Voters after all?)

Farmacie, vendetta anti-Monti “Non venderemo più Viagra” [=Pharmacies, revenge anti-Monti “We will not sell more Viagra”] Mar 30, 2012 / By liberoquotidiano.it
Singolare protesta dei farmacisti contro le liberalizzazioni del governo: stop alla vendita della pillola blu [= Unique protest against the liberalization of pharmacists government: stop the sale of blue pill]

(JIWON: Italy is such a weird country. Hum… I can resume my normal work tomorrow.)

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(Updated on MARCH 29, 2012) – A luxurious greeting from the NEW computer… sic. Now, I won’t turn on the computer unless I carry out regular exercise… period. Today is the third day since daily walking and condition of my sore eyes became worse due to… Anyway, I have to laugh whenever I imagine Sir Berlusconi, who would surely YELL at his personal trainer and fail to expect a long-term effect whenever… Sometimes, I have to suspect if a REAL trainer has been afraid of giving him a sincere advice. But then, who is real trainers around B? Seedorf or Current-Pato’s gym trainer doesn’t work for this unique Italian body. Part of Nesta’s fitness method will work for B, because Berlusconi is a footballing musician if Nesta is an orthodox footballer. It’s always fascinating to compare Nesta’s Italian physique, which technique is called “Textbook”, with that of his fellow footballers or other legendary Italian footballers or his boss B or…

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(Updated on MARCH 25-27) – Is this a computer virus or what? I am just sick of this happening, so I turned off the computer and slept. On the third day, it pretends(?) to work again only because I don’t allow any kind of updates or internet-connection on this computer? F*uk-U. I want to finish this current planned writing and go to my real home. This is all I want. Only when I finish this work, I can throw away all the useless stuffs in my room that were piled up for years due to my uncertain future. I am fed up with watching all the mess around me, including my rollercoaster-like eyesight.
It’s been over a year since I wanted to change my eyeglasses for aesthetic/social reasons but couldn’t. To buy new eyeglasses, I need an EXACT eye exam, which is impossible in my current physical situation. Even the current eyeglasses haven’t been the right prescription for me, either. I thought that an ophthalmologist would give me more exact eye examinations than the local opticians, but it didn’t work. No one but my unstable eyesight should be blamed in this case. To have an EXACT eye exam, I need a proper physical training, and I am too tired to do anything but sleep.
This, along with my sore eyes, has been my life-long problem since playing for the professional orchestra, and I dare not to trust Lasik eye surgery, nor to contact Korean eye doctors on this issue. Who would believe that one American musician showed a similar symptom and actually lost his sight? In this case, however, this American didn’t have to show a symptom of chronic neck pain. In Italy, it was fun to watch Sir Berlusconi sharing this physical symptom/pain with me, but he has never shown any kind of eye-problems. So I was studying this issue, too, and weirdly enough, this simple fact has been a core issue during B’s whatsoever scandal.
What I feel funny is that Minetti’s big sister, “Queen Bee No.1 or Tarantini’s Fellow-Pimp Sabina Began” crossed the red line when she tried to attract public attention by stealing this computer work. My only concern has been Prostitute-Politician and I tried to ignore this repulsive female whenever she publically made Tarantini’s B an international laughing stock, but… we’ll see.
In any case, no one can help Sir Berlusconi, if he refuses to train his ability to self-control his physical fitness and only wants to rely on b*tches’ faked smile and drug therapy. Who said that Italian doctors can keep Berlusconi alive until he is 120? The current fatty figure doesn’t allow me to imagine 90-yr-old B.
Anyway, if I buy a new computer, it means that I don’t have money for my new eyeglasses. And I will want to buy a new computer only when I want a faster, more-effective computer work. So… do NOT ever try to touch this computer again. AND… IF… IF SIR BERLUSCONI is behind this computer accident, all B’s fortunes, including his new villa as Clooney’s quite-neighboring house, will be mine. There is a famous Korean proverb, “자라보고 놀란 가슴 솥투껑보고 놀란다”. Two English equivalents of this will be “A burnt child dreads the fire.” or “Once bit, twice shy.” I promise that this Korean proverb exactly represents disaffected voters of Berlusconi’s Italy Today.
Isn’t this historic mansion a perfect place for a real version of bunga bunga parties? Now, I understand why the right-wing media, such as Libero, are crazy about reporting Raffaella Zardo’s happiness to FINALLY join B’s circle, while La Repubblica has kept responding to the emergence of “Another/Original Queen Bee” with silence. This is B’s life, of course, and I have no problem with B’s whatsoever choice. However, I must say that if Berlusconi wants to become Godfather-or-Whatsoever in Italian politics, but at the same time, wants to fill 30 rooms of his new villa with Zardo’s younger slaves, he deserves more of humiliation… in front of International folks… especially after HIS listening to all those nauseating phone conversations of Minetti, Began, and their younger rivals. Don’t you think so?

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(Updated on MARCH 24, 2012) – this belongs to another part.

Lavoro: Napolitano manda Monti in Parlamento [=Labor: Napolitano sends Monti in Parliament] Mar 23, 2012 / By ilsalvagente.it
Il Cdm approva la riforma “salvo intese”. … Niente decreto, ma un disegno di legge che dovrà confrontarsi col Parlamento. Può tirare un sospiro di sollievo Pier Luigi Bersani … Invece la partita è stata riaperta. … Una formula, secondo indiscrezioni voluta da Napolitano, dal significato semplice: il testo è aperto a modifiche. (…) [= The CDM approves reform “unless appropriate arrangements.” … No decree, but a bill that will have to deal with Parliament. Can breathe a sigh of relief Pier Luigi Bersani … Instead the game has been reopened. … A formula, according to rumors ordered by Napolitano, the simple meaning: the text is open to change. (…)]
La vera novità di oggi non sono comunque i contenuti del provvedimento – i nodi principali, vedi l’articolo 18, sono rimasti sostanzialmente invariati – ma il fatto che la riforma avrà la forma di un disegno di legge (come ha caldamente “raccomandato” il presidente della Repubblica contrastando il governo che avrebbe preferito un più rapido e “blindato” decreto). Quindi il Parlamento sarà più libero di intervenire sul testo. [= The real news of today are not, however, the contents of the measure – the main nodes, see Article 18, have remained largely unchanged – but the fact that the reform will take the form of a bill (as strongly “recommended” the President of the Republic opposing the government would have preferred a more rapid and “sealed” the decree). So Parliament will be freer to act on the text.]
In realtà non sembra un cattivo compromesso neanche per Monti, che potrà dire di aver fatto la riforma necessaria (come voleva l’Europa) e “scaricare” l’eventuale responsabilità di modifiche sulle forze politiche. [= Actually not a bad compromise seems even to Monti, who can say that he made the necessary reforms (as he wanted Europe) and “download” any responsibility for changes on the political forces.]

(JIWON: Someone please help me. What exactly means “salvo intese”? Some say that it is PM Monti’s latest joke before leaving for his Asian trip. I found this article while searching for more meanings about this now-legendary phrase. So… what does it mean? “Unless Arrangements”? “Unless Agreed”? Hard to know… Anyway, I stopped questioning after finding this comical article, because it just summed up my day-long work. 😉 )

“Niente decreto”: Napolitano salva Bersani [= “No Decree”: Napolitano saves Bersani] Mar 24, 2012 / By ilgiornale.it
Moral suasion del Colle sul Prof per tenere la linea morbida con la Cgil e i democratici: “No alle prove di forza” [= Moral suasion of the Hill on Prof to take the soft line with the CGIL and the Democrats: “No tests of strength”]

Scatta l’allarme sull’approvazione: non basteranno neanche due mesi Mar 24, 2012 / By ilgiornale.it
Il governo presenta una disegno di legge e cambia i tempi dell’entrata in vigore della riforma [= The alarm on the approval: not enough just two months: The government has a bill and change the timing of entry into force of the reform]

Sull’articolo 18 abbiamo perso 10 anni [= Article 18 we lost 10 years] Mar 24, 2012 / By ilgiornale.it
Il Paese paga ancora la faida sul Welfare tra Pd e Cgil, iniziata con la manifestazione del 2002 al Circo Massimo [= The country is still paying the feud on Welfare between Pd and CGIL, which began with the 2002 event at the Circo Massimo]

Il modello tedesco? È soltanto un’utopia [=The German model? It is only a utopia] Mar 24, 2012 / By ilgiornale.it
Le norme non bastano: reintegro o no, in Germania il sistema si regge sulla cogestione delle aziende tra dipendenti e azionisti [= The rules are not enough: restoration or not, in Germany the system is based on joint management of companies, including employees and shareholders]

(JIWON: For the first time in my life, I perfectly agree with “Il Giornale”. Jesus Christ! I had to check www.ilsole24ore.com/ articles more than twice after realizing something strange about PM Monti’s “Niente decreto, ma un disegno di legge”.)

Liberalizzazioni, Monti incassa la fiducia [=Monti collects confidence] Mar 21, 2012 / By ilsole24ore.com
L’esecutivo ha ottenuto 449 sì, ben lontano dai 556 dell’insediamento. Pressing di Lega e Idv sul Quirinale: il Capo dello Stato valuti quanto accaduto sul nodo coperture [= The Executive received 449 yes, 556 is far from the settlement. Pressing League and IDV on the Quirinal, the Head of State to assess what happened on the node covers]

(JIWON: Today, I wanted to finish organizing files on this issue and went to this site, www.ilsole24ore.com/. Then, I also realized that Labor Reform was officially(?) launched by Monti’s Cabinet. I had to check about-hundred articles to get this one. During this work, I collected several articles on this NEW issue, “la riforma «salvo intese» con un ddl”, of course. I just felt that something was weird. So, I started my usual daily check-up. Something was more weird. Corriere or La Repubblica, or even brothers and sisters of www.dagospia.com seemed to promise to shut up on something.)

(… need more time to organize www.ilsole24ore.com/ articles… tired…)

(JIWON: Please look. No one can cay that my opinion sounds ridiculous.)

Napolitano e il suo futuro al Quirinale: «Nel 2013 non mi ricandido. Spero presto una donna al Colle» Mar 24, 2012 / By ilsole24ore.com
Il presidente: «E’ necessario passare la mano, è necessario che si facciano avanti altri anche per la carica di presidente della Repubblica» [= Napolitano at the Quirinale and its future: “In 2013 I ricandido. Hopefully soon a woman at the Hill ‘: The President: “It ‘s necessary to pass the buck, it is necessary that others will come forward for the post of President of the Republic”]

Maglie: il vero premier è al Colle Giorgio ha gettato la maschera [=Real PM is at the Hill. Napolitano threw the mask] Mar 24, 2012 / By liberoquotidiano.it
Napolitano è sempre più il vero premier. E’ lui che media con Cgil e Pd. E parlando delle mosse del governo dice: “Noi” [= Napolitano is increasingly the real prime minister. And ‘he mean by CGIL and Pd. And speaking of the moves the government says: “We”]

(JIWON: It was only after I finished collecting articles that these articles popped up. Isn’t it interesting? It would have been better, more honest if President Napolitano confessed that he wants to see “Anyone but B” as his successor. 😉 )

Patroni Griffi tenta il colpaccio [= tries the bang]: articolo 18 esteso pure al pubblico [= also extended to public] Mar 24, 2012 / By ilgiornale.it
La sede per discutere di articolo 18 in rapporto agli statali c’è già. Si tratta del tavolo aperto a gennaio dal ministro per la pubblica amministrazione Filippo Patroni Griffi con i sindacati. Tavolo che è stato allargato, a partire dal 14 marzo, a tutti i datori di lavoro pubblici, e dunque amministrazioni centrali e autonomie locali, comprese le Regioni. «Affrontiamo tutto. Vedremo quali sono i vincoli che abbiamo, dopo di che cerchiamo di avere la maggiore convergenza possibile compatibilmente anche con i vincoli costituzionali che abbiamo», ha spiegato il ministro. [= The place to discuss article 18 in relation to the state’s already there. This is the table opened in January by the Minister for Public Administration Filippo Patroni Griffi with unions. Table that has been enlarged from 14 March, to all public employers, and therefore central government and local governments, including the regions. “We approach everything. We will see what are the constraints we have, after which we have greatest convergence possible consistent with constitutional constraints that we have, “said the minister.]

Il Pd teme il Vietnam e sacrifica Monti sull’altare elettorale Mar 24, 2012 / By ilgiornale.it
Il partito fa campagna sul no al testo e cerca l’intesa per rinviare l’articolo 18 a dopo il voto [= Pd fears Vietnam and sacrifices Monti on the altar election: The Party does not campaign on the text and look for the agreement to postpone Article 18 until after the vote]

Bersani: Il Pd sta con gli italiani [= The Democratic Party is with the Italians] Mar 24, 2012 / By repubblica.it
”Chiudere il Parlamento per rassicurare i mercati sarebbe una curiosa soluzione”: così Pier Luigi Bersani nel suo intervento all’Assemblea degli amministratori del Pd [= ”Close to Parliament to reassure the markets would be” a curious solution: Pier Luigi Bersani so in his speech to the Assembly of the directors of the Pd]

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(Updated on MARCH 23, 2012) – I think this is a great computer, which is old enough to still have a FDD. As soon as I realized that this floppy disc drive is still working, I had to transfer my old files to HDD. Sooner or later, I shall start my American journey with Berlusconi’s American interviews. Then, I need to keep them as evidence, in case American media contact Henry Fogel, the former president of Chicago Symphony Orchestra, to ask for information about my EXACT identity. We’ll see if this guy will still call me a lunatic and still value Barenboim’s German whore Waltraud Meier over his wife. Still, I have a sleeping problem whenever I think of this jerk’s disgusting job to steer public opinions about American culture and how I was defined. When I checked my old files… no wonder I had to find blood in my morning toilet and was forced to give up this computer work. Some happenings, such as Chicago Tribune’s creating a section of “The Art of Criticism”, still looks like yesterday’s memory, which I should now erase. Anyway, it will be interesting to watch La Scala happenings, because the way La Scala’s French director use Barenboim as his tool to build his kingdom just reminds me of Henry Fogel’s tactics. It means that I don’t have to waste my time to read Italian reviews about Barenboim’s Italian trashes and Stéphane Lissner’s real favorite YOUNG conductor. So… has there been a hint of difference/change in Barenboim’s music business since I gave up this work or changed my subject to Berlusconi? If Barenboim is real happy, as he was when I was forced to give up years ago, Barenboim will sound worse and worse and there will soon be a revolt among the orchestra members. This is what happened in Chicago. What I feel funny is that Barenboim has only sounded worse even after I resumed this work, which only made all those “B*tches & Co.” firmly united. What I feel funny MORE is that there is now a power-struggle even among the “B*tches & Co.”, whose youngsters are now a fully grown-up professionals. Anyway, I am done with this work, getting all my information off the old floppy discs. I couldn’t report this, because I was worried that Barenboim’s Spain or Berlin will send me a computer virus again, as they did during the WEDO’s summer tour. I don’t click Barenboim’s articles any more, but I still worry about this happening. That was a deadly virus, which completely ruined one of my (family’s) computers. Will Barenboim’s Italian trashes do the same thing again? I now need to find couple of La Repubblica articles from my other files, which are days or weeks or months old. Let’s say that I want to buy a new computer and work for Monti’s Banca-Cabinet in this emergent situation. Will they surely call me a lunatic after solving all their problems? Right? Just like Chicago folks… Already now, Berlusconi a TheAtlantic: “Ho incontrato più profittatori nella politica che nella mia vita di imprenditore [=I met more profiteers in politics in my life as an entrepreneur]” (Feb 6, 2012)

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PART-1: “PM Monti & La Repubblica” Happily Honeymoon. But Where? It Is While Berlusconi Wishes To Sue Judges For Trial Errors, Anyway.
PART-2: Whose Italy Is Like “Costa Concordia”? Who Says PM Monti Is Against “Article 18”? La Repubblica’s Bloomberg’s International Media?
PART-3: As Non-Italians Appreciate PM Monti’s La Repubblica Interview, Which Financial Newspaper Do Italians Trust? As Usual, www.ilsole24ore.com Sounds Like Berlusconismo.
PART-4: No Matter Which Politician La Repubblica Supports, Neither Bersani Nor La Repubblica Can Betray “Union Leader Camusso”. Never Mind That “70% of Bersani’s Voters” Appreciate “Monti’s Welfare Minister Fornero”. There’s A Foreign Power Behind La Repubblica.
PART-5: Bersani’s La Repubblica Interview. Whose “Too Many Jokes”? As Bersani Can’t Pull The Plug, “Berlusconi’s Il Giornale” Is Considered To Be “termometro degli orientamenti del centro destra più irriducibile”.
PART-6: Impressive Happenings Since This Computer Work, As Usual. “Confindustria President Marcegaglia” Wakes Up, As Usual. La Repubblica’s Bersani Returns To The Communist Labor, As Usual.
PART-7: As “La Repubblica’s Bloomberg” Holds Its Tongue, The International Media Are Comically United. Hasn’t “The Economist” Been “A Soul Mate Of La Repubblica” Or “Prodi’s Mouthpiece”? Altogether, Experts Point Fingers At…
PART-8: Despite La Repubblica’s Impressive Media Play, International Experts Point Fingers At Italian Courts. No Problem For The Hero Of Mani Pulite, A Wishful Farmer, Who Shall Never Become An Italian Businessman. Therefore… Time For Berlusconi’s Trial.
PART-9: As Italian Court Throws Out Berlusconi Bribery Case, “La Repubblica’s Scarecrow Politician Monti” Learns How To Face The International Media… As Berlusconi’s Successor. “An Optical Illusion”?

PART-10: As Justice Reform Might Blow Up Berlusconi’s Rubygate, “La Repubblica’s Scarecrow Politician Monti” Learns How To Blame Italian Media… Except La Repubblica.

(Updated on MARCH 17, 2012)
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(JIWON: A comical report from today’s Italy. I think it is about this article from La Repubblica; “Giustizia, la riforma della concussionepotrebbe far saltare il processo Ruby [= Justice, the reform of bribery could skip the Ruby trial])
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(JIWON: I am still trying to figure out the exact identity of this Italian newspaper. What is interesting is that it is easy to figure out the right-wing media in Italy. It is, however, very difficult to identify the left-wing media or distinguish them from the gossip newspapers/magazines. Especially in Italy, the real left-wing media don’t seem to exist. So far, I only found one and it was a real newspaper run by ‘The Communists’. I much prefer their report to ‘Hypocritical La Repubblica’, because it’s fun to find that they usually insult Prodi’s bourgeois Partito Democratico rather than ‘Whatsoever Berlusconi’. I also wonder why it’s been impossible to find their article since The end of Berlusconi: Hallelujah!!! or Italy’s new prime minister: The full Monti or An interview with Mario Monti: Italy’s great liberaliser? or Italy’s reforms: The Iron Monti. Anyway, I couldn’t understand why www.liberoquotidiano.it was introduced as ‘non è politicamente corretto’, so I wanted to know more.)

(Updated on MARCH 19, 2012) – I am trying. But I now think that I will write my REAL message about La Repubblica only after the final vote… sigh. It might be better, perhaps.

Belpietro: art 18, di epocale c’è la presa in giro [=Article 18, the landmark is the joke] Mar 17, 2012 / By liberoquotidiano.it
Licenziare i fannulloni sarà impossibile come prima perché a decidere sarà una toga. Assumere sarà più costoso e complicate [= Lay off the slackers will be impossible to decide as before because it will be a toga. Hiring will be more expensive and complicated]

(JIWON: Is this article what is called ‘non è politicamente corretto’?)

Stuck in Recession, Italy Takes on Labor Laws That Divide the Generations Mar 19, 2012 / By nytimes.com
(…) LABOR REFORM (…) Without such changes, experts say, Italy is headed toward an economic and social implosion, with a rise in under-the-table work and a looming pension crunch, now that Italy bases pensions on years of social security contributions and not a worker’s final salary at retirement age. (…) The most delicate topic on Mr. Monti’s agenda is the infamous Article 18 of the Italian labor statute of the 1970s, long a sticking point in labor talks. It states that workers cannot be fired without just cause and, if fired, can sue their companies to be reinstated — cases they generally win in Italy’s employee-friendly courts. While such cases are pending in the notoriously slow legal system, companies are required to keep fired workers on the payroll, a system that critics say rewards the clever at the expense of a company’s solvency.
Last week, Mr. Monti held talks … Mr. Boeri, the economist, said that some of the proposed changes to Article 18 appeared to be a compromise that would satisfy neither workers, because protections would be reduced, nor employers, because some laid-off workers could still sue to be reinstated. “This reform risks being” something “which changes everything in order not to change anything,” he said. Labor unions in particular have said that changes to labor laws would effect the entire economy and society. (…) But today, the unions represent more retirees than workers, and younger Italians have come to see them as part of the problem. (…)

(JIWON: Weird is that The New York Times sounds exactly same as this Italian newspaper, which has been the least favorite of Bloomberg’s La Repubblica. I am now too tired to post Bloomberg articles. But I did save them, which have kept their mouth shut on this issue.

During this computer work, it was fun to watch “The Battle of the Italian Newspapers”. Since The end of Berlusconi: Hallelujah!!!, I’ve worried that www.ilfattoquotidiano.it might face bankruptcy. It’s not my opinion. One English article said so. Then, Italian minor newspapers seemed to tease their archrival duo “Libero + Il Giornale” whenever someone sued these right-wing newspapers. And then, it looked as if La Repubblica’s Enemy No.1 has become not “Berlusconi’s Il Giornale” but “Libero”. But it was not until Berlusconi’s Libero interview that I realized Libero was www.liberoquotidiano.it. I thought that this newspaper, along with www.dagospia.com or www.lettera43.it or www.giornalettismo.com or www.blitzquotidiano.it, is a archrival tabloid of La Repubblica or www.ilfattoquotidiano.it, which never failed to report about “B*tches’ Blackmailing” and their disgustingly extravagant tastes. In fact, I had a great time with brothers and sisters of www.liberoquotidiano.it, which has even become Emilio Fede’s least favorite newspaper. 😉 )

La Camusso ringrazia Elsa, Marcegaglia la maledice [= Camusso thanks Elsa, he curses Marcegaglia] Mar 14, 2012 / By liberoquotidiano.it
Cgil ottimista sull’accordo sulla riforma: “Maturano cose positive”. Confindustria contro Fornero: “Su imprese paccata doppia” [= CGIL optimistic on the agreement on the reform: “ripen positive things.” Confindustria against Fornero: “On enterprises paccata double”]

Italian Business Lobbies Criticize Proposed Labor Law Overhaul Mar 16, 2012 / By nasdaq.com

(JIWON: Weird is that the very financial paper www.nasdaq.com reports just like www.liberoquotidiano.it. If you check La Repubblica, a photo of Emma Marcegaglia gladly hugging PM Monti tells you everything.)

Belpietro: art 18, di epocale c’è la presa in giro [=Article 18, the landmark is the joke] Mar 17, 2012 / By liberoquotidiano.it

Libero, Corriere e Sole: il nuovo articolo 18 è un autogol [=New Article 18 is an own goal] Mar 17, 2012 / By liberoquotidiano.it
Per il direttore di Libero Maurizio Belpietro, la riforma Fornero è n autogol. Peggio, una boiata pazzesca. (…) [= For Libero’s director Maurizio Belpietro, Fornero’s reform is n own goal. Worse, a boiata crazy. (…)]

(JIWON: Interestingly, this newspaper reports more.)

Libero, Corriere e Sole: il nuovo articolo 18 è un autogol [=New Article 18 is an own goal] Mar 17, 2012 / By liberoquotidiano.it
Libero e il giornale di Confindustria: la riforma del lavoro è un guaio. Corsera contesta la lentezza con cui il governo sta procedendo [= Libero and Confindustria’s newspaper: labor reform is a mess. Corsera criticizes the slowness with which the government is proceeding]
Per il direttore di Libero Maurizio Belpietro, la riforma Fornero è n autogol. Peggio, una boiata pazzesca. La riforma del lavoro e la modifica dell’articolo 18 rischia di peggiorare la già critica situazione dell’occupazione in Italia. Di “epocale”, infatti, c’è poco. Licenziare i fannulloni rischia di restare impossibile come prima, perché a decidere sarà un giudice. Questo significa che le aziende dovranno sottoporsi alla solita via Crucis. Esecutivo e partiti dicono di ispirarsi al modello tedesco. Balle: lì le toghe decidono nel 99% dei casi per il risarcimento, qui per il reintegro del lavoratore licenziato. Dall’altra parte, gli ammortizzatori sociali e la flessibilità in entrata. Niente da fare: ancora solo “contro” per le aziende. Assumere sarà più costoso e complicato. Non a caso, è soprattutto Confindustria ad essere critica con la bozza proposta dal governo e dal ministro Elsa Fornero, mentre i sindacati (Camusso e Cgil in testa) si dimostrano insolitamente ottimisti. Altro che crescita e sviluppo: se l’obiettivo di Monti e Fornero era quello di modernizzare e rendere più fluido il mercato del lavoro, la riforma ancora da concretizzare non lascia intendere nulla di buono. [= For Libero’s director Maurizio Belpietro, Fornero’s reform is n own goal. Worse, a boiata crazy. The labor reform, and that Article 18 is likely to worsen the already critical situation of employment in Italy. Of “epochal” In fact, there is little. Lay off the slackers may not be as before, because a judge will decide. This means that companies will have to undergo the usual way of the Cross. Executive and political parties say they draw inspiration from the German model. Bales: there togas decide in 99% of cases for compensation, here for the reinstatement of the dismissed worker. On the other hand, redundancy and flexibility in the entry. Nothing to do yet only “cons” for companies. Hiring will be more expensive and complicated. Not surprisingly, Confindustria is primarily to be critical of the draft proposed by the government and the Minister Elsa Fornero, while the trade unions (CGIL Camusso and foremost) will prove unusually optimistic. Other than growth and development: if the goal of Mountains and Fornero was to modernize and streamline the labor market, yet to realize the reform does not suggest any good.]
L’ attacco del Corriere Non solo Belpietro. Anche il Corriere della Sera, in un fondo a firma di Francesco Giavazzi, attacca il premier e il suo governo: nonostante lo spread sia in calo, l’emergenza economica pe ril nostro Paese non è ancora finita. Lo bastona sulle liberalizzazioni, che secondo le promesse iniziali del professore avrebbero dovuto essere approvate entre metà gennaio. “Ma – scrive Giavazzi – siamo a metà marzo e il decreto sulle liberalizzazioni aspetta ancora la sua approvazione definitiva da parte del Parlamento e le norme sul mercato del lavoro non sono state ancora portate in consiglio di ministri”. Secondo Giavazzi non è solo una questione di calendario, ma più i tempi si dilatano, più le corporazioni che con queste norme si vorrebbero colpire riescono a organizzarsi per evitarle. Insomma, Giavazzi rimprovera a Monti la tempistica che si è dilatata enormemente rispetto alle previsioni. Per quanto riguarda la riforma del mercato del lavoro, scrive: “Su queste norme si gioca il futuro del Paese, se le pressioni corporative o dei suoi colleghi, dovessero chiederle un passo indietro, Elsa Fornero, dovrebbe con lo stile le la determinazione che la caratterizzano, abbandonarli al loro destino” [= The attack of Corriere not only Belpietro. The Corriere della Sera, in a fund signed by Francesco Giavazzi, attacking the prime minister and his government: although the spread is falling, the economic emergency pe ril our country is not over yet. The beats on deregulation, which according to its initial promise of the professor should have been approved entre mid-January. “But – Giavazzi write – we’re halfway through March and the decree on liberalization is still waiting for its final approval by Parliament and the rules on the labor market have not yet been brought to the council of ministers.” According to Giavazzi is not just a matter of timing, but more time is dilated, more corporations that want to hit you with these standards can organize to avoid them. In short, Giavazzi criticizes Monti timing that has spread dramatically than expected.Regarding the reform of the labor market, writes: “On these rules you play the country’s future, whether corporate or pressures of his colleagues, were to ask you a step back, Elsa Fornero, should determine the style that characterize, abandoning them to their fate”]
L’affondo del Sole 24ore Il giornale di Confindustria rissume le ragioni per cui la riforma coìsì com’è stata concepita porterà un calo dell’occupazione – “Più che una bozza, un boomerang”, titola il quotidiano economico. “Non c’è nelle bozze alcune sforzo di semplificazione tramite l’accorpamento o l’abolizione di alcune forme contrattuali o la loro integrazione in un nuovo contratto a tempo indeterminato”. Per il quotidiano ancora meno convincente della permanenza di una selva di contratti è l’idea di aumentare i contributi sociali per i lavoratori flessibili che, rileva, non avrà nessun effetto sulla precariertà che continua ad aumentare. La conclusione è chiarissima: “Il lavoro flessibile non costerà di più, al contrario i precari guadagneranno meno e, laddove le aziende non fossero in grado di scaricare sul lavoratore i costi aggiuntivi, esse assumeranno meno” [= The thrust of the Sole 24 Ore newspaper The Confindustria rissume the reasons why the reform was conceived as coìsì will bring a decline in employment – “More than a draft, a boomerang,” the business daily headlines. “There is some effort to simplify the proofs through the amalgamation or abolition of certain forms of contracts or their integration into a new contract for an indefinite period.” For the newspaper even less convincing than the permanence of a forest of contracts is the idea of increasing social security contributions for flexible workers, notes, will have no effect on precariertà that continues to increase. The conclusion is clear: “Flexible working does not cost more, unlike the gain less precarious, and where companies are not able to download the additional employee costs, they will be taking less”]

Al Prof salta la mosca al naso “Giornali non dicono il vero” Mar 17, 2012 / By liberoquotidiano.it
Il premier replica a Libero, Corriere e Sole su liberalizzazioni e sul lavoro: “Data immagine distorta alla pubblica opinione” [= To Prof skips the fly on the nose “Newspapers do not tell the truth”: Prime Minister replies to “Libero, Corriere and Sole” about “liberalization and labor”: “Given the distorted image of public opinion”]
(…) Libero + Il Corriere della Sera + Il Sole 24 Ore (…) E al prof Mario Monti salta la mosca al naso. Alla Fiera di Rho-Pero, alle porte di Milano, in occasione del convegno di Confindustria, il presidente del Consiglio risponde senza peli sulla lingua all’editorialista del Corriere della Sera, Francesco Giavazzi, che oggi sul quotidiano parla delle liberalizzazioni come di una carta bruciata. “Non accetto questa affermazione – dice dal palco del convegno Cambia Italia – perchè non è bruciata. Avrò modo di rappresentare alla stampa il contenuto delle liberalizzazioni, capisco che qualche lettore possa essere stato deluso nel leggere giorno dopo giorno che taxi, farmacisti, notai e avvocati intervenivano sul governo. Ma come rsulterà chiaro fra qualche giorno, il governo ha usato tutti gli elementi per ristabilire il quantum di liberalizzazioni”. Il premier, poi, allarga le sue critiche alla carta stampata tout court, rea a suo dire di aver dato un immagine talvolta distorta dell’operato suo e del suo governo, tanto in materia di liberalizzazoni, quanto in tema di lavoro. [= (…) Libero + Il Corriere della Sera + Il Sole 24 Ore (…) And to Professor Mario Monti skips the fly on the nose. The Rho-Pero, near Milan, at the conference of Confindustria, the Prime Minister meets outspoken all’editorialista the Corriere della Sera, Francesco Giavazzi, who today speaks of liberalization in the newspaper as a paper burned. “I do not accept this statement – he said from the stage of Italy Change conference – why did not burn. I will have to represent the contents of the press liberalization, I understand that some readers may have been disappointed to read day after day as taxi cabs, pharmacists, notaries and lawyers intervened on the government. But as rsulterà clear in a few days, the government has used all the elements to restore the quantum of liberalization”. The Prime Minister, then widens his criticism of the press tout court, guilty in his opinion he had given a distorted picture at times the work of his and his government, both in terms of liberalizzazoni, because in terms of work.]

(JIWON: Weirdly enough, the target is being changed. Should I go to Corriere della Sera? This report should not be biased and this right-wing media should not be given too much credit.)

Editoriali: L’emergenza non è finita [= The emergency is not over] Mar 17, 2012 / By corriere.it, Francesco Giavazzi

E Monti replica a Giavazzi «Eccesso di impazienza [=Excess of impatience]» Mar 17, 2012 / By corriere.it, Mario Monti

(JIWON: If you still can’t draw a clear picture about this happening…)

Giavazzi vs Monti: il derby al Corriere della Sera Mar 17, 2012 / By giornalettismo.com
La sfida a distanza tra gli economisti bocconiani. L’editorialista attacca. Il premier risponde alle accuse [= The challenge of distance between Bocconian (Uni.) economists. Columnist attacks. The prime minister responds to allegations]
Dalle colonne del Corriere della Sera Francesco Giavazzi attacca frontalmente Mario Monti, il Premier risponde alle accuse innescando un caso, via Solferino corre ai ripari correggendo il tiro del suo editorialista: tira aria pesante dalle parti del primo quotidiano del paese per le divergenze tra illustri economisti. L’imbarazzo è prevedibile se uno dei due duellanti è firma autorevole del giornale, e se l’altro è presidente del Consiglio gradito alla stessa testata. (…) [= From the columns of the Corriere della Sera, Francesco Giavazzi frontal attack Mario Monti, the Premier responds to allegations triggering a case, via Solferino was quick to act by correcting the pitch of its editorial: the air is heavy by the parties of the first newspaper in the country for the differences between eminent economists. The embarrassment is expected if one of the two combatants is authoritative signature of the newspaper, and if the other is president of the Council welcome the same head. (…)]

(JIWON: Here you go. As usual, this newspaper serves with the most terrific headline about today’s Italy. Even though its English translation frequently gives me a headache…)

Il Corriere pizzica il premier: sarà mica comunista? [= Corriere pinches Monti: Is he a communist?] Jan 2, 2012 / By liberoquotidiano.it
Finita la luna di miele, Alesina e Giavazzi picconano il prof: “Non c’è crescita e nemmeno equità. Puniti gli onesti”. Ecco l’agenda [= After the honeymoon, Alesina and Giavazzi picconano Professor: “There is no growth nor equity. Punished honest.” Here is the agenda]

Monti contro il suo sponsor: insulti al Corriere della Sera [= Monti against his sponsor: insult to Corriere] Feb 16, 2012 / By liberoquotidiano.it
Il premier se la prende con il giornale che più lo ha sostenuto. La colpa? Un articolo contro i casi di nepotismo nel governo [= The premier takes issue with the newspaper that most supported him. The blame? An article against nepotism in government]
A Strasburgo Mario Monti ne ha avuto per tutti: Euroscettici, gufi anti-Italia, Merkel, Sarkozy. Ieri, però, il premier si è preso lo sfizio di bacchettare pure la stampa. Ed è la prima volta che Monti si scaglia in maniera dura e diretta contro i giornali. Obbiettivo dei suoi strali è l’inviato del Corriere Ivo Caizzi. Reo, ai suoi occhi, di aver scritto un articolo sulle raccomandazioni e i casi di nepotismo che avrebbero favorito la carriera professionale di alcuni membri dell’esecutivo, Monti compreso. “Credo che il mio governo potrà fare pochissimo visto che alla sua testa c’è una persona arrivata in questa posizione per una serie di raccomandazioni, come lei ha mirabilmente descritto”, ha detto piccato, rispondendo in conferenza stampa a una domanda del giornalista. Che però alle agenzie ha confermato punto per punto il suo articolo di lunedì per il quotidiano di via Solferino. Giornale che, finora, a parte qualche articolo critico di Francesco Giavazzi, è stato uno dei principali sponsor del governo Monti. Sarà ancora così? [= In Strasbourg Mario Monti has been for all: Eurosceptic, anti-owls Italy, Merkel, Sarkozy. Yesterday, however, the prime minister has taken the whim of bacchettare well as printing. It is the first time that Monti throws so hard and directed against the newspapers. Target of his arrows is the envoy of Corriere Ivo Caizzi. Reo, in his eyes that he had written an article on the recommendations and nepotism which would have assisted the careers of some members of the executive, including Monti. “I believe that my government can do very little because his head is a person arrived in this position for a number of recommendations, as she has admirably described,” he said piqued, at a press conference responding to a question from a journalist. But the agency has confirmed point by point his article for the newspaper on Monday via Solferino. Newspaper that, so far, except for some critical article by Francesco Giavazzi, was one of the main sponsors of the government Mountains. Will remain so?]

(JIWON: And then, I now find that the recent happening is not the first time PM Monti openly expressed his frustration/anger against Corriere della Sera. What did the International partners of La Repubblica report while crying The end of Berlusconi: Hallelujah!!! and being crazy at comparing Le differenze tra Monti e Berlusconi sono notevoli… a partire dal comportamento durante le conferenze stampa…? Weird that I read the exactly same article in English, but now, I only find its Italian version; “Si passa per le facili battute e dai sorrisi, alla sobrietà e professionalità di Monti: puntiglioso, decisionista, insuperabile in italiano, storia e geografia… [=The differences between Monti and Berlusconi are great … from the behavior at press conferences, have different ways of approaching. It goes for the easy jokes and smiles, to sobriety and professionalism of the Monti: punctilious, decision maker, unsurpassed in Italian history and geography…]

Did it take YEARS for Clown Berlusconi to lose his temper in front of International media, which used to be full of false reports? It took LESS THAN THREE months for Super Mario Monti to lose his temper in front of Italian media, which only report facts and facts. Hadn’t he been a hand-picked ECONOMISTA BOCCONIANO as an NON-elected prime minister of technocrat government, his whatsoever attitudes/behaviors/responses would have been justified. Perhaps, PM Monti himself has a tendency to underestimate anything Italian, just like La Repubblica. But unlike La Repubblica, I don’t find any information suggesting that PM Monti is a non-Italian blood. To be honest, I valued this ECONOMISTA BOCCONIANO as a pure Italian blood when La Repubblica and its international partners, British in particular, dubbed him Something-German.

What I am sure of one thing is that I know what the former article means. Il Corriere pizzica il premier: sarà mica comunista? [= Corriere pinches Monti: Is he a communist?] (Jan 2, 2012) In those days, La Repubblica’s Napolitano President was behind PM Monti’s technocrat government. President Napolitano suddenly changed his attitude the moment I announced this computer work on this issue and pretended to be XYZ. But still, he didn’t seem to give up his grand project toward his second presidential term with the help of NON-elected prime minister. Hum… 😉 )

PART-11: Hey! Was www.ilsole24ore.com Originally The Most Favorite Media Of Super Mario Monti’s Technocrat Government? Weird…

(JIWON: While learning about hilarious battle between Corriere della Sera and PM Monti, this newspaper www.liberoquotidiano.it gave me one more interesting information.)

Monti, un governo tecnico? Macchè: governo dei giornali [= a caretaker government? But no: Government of Newspapers] Nov 30, 2011 / By liberoquotidiano.it
Il governo dei tecnici? Il governo dei Bocconiani? Macché, quello guidato da Mario Monti è il governo dei giornali e dei giornalisti. Una moltitudine tra ministri e sottosegretari nominati dal professore di varese, infatti, hanno scritto per i principali quotidiani nazionali. Il vincitore – e chi sennò? – non poteva che essere che Il Sole 24 Ore. Sul foglio di Confindustria, infatti, hanno scritto il ministro dell’Ambiente Corrado Clini, la ministra del XYZ… [= The government of technicians? The Government of Bocconi? Nah, the one led by Mario Monti is the Government of Newspapers and Journalists. A host of ministers and secretaries appointed by the professor of Varese, in fact, have written for major national newspapers. The winner – who else? – Could only be that Il Sole 24 Ore. On the sheet of Confindustria, in fact, wrote Minister XYZ…]

(JIWON: Yeap! I know what it means.)

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Prelude: Let’s Follow Monti’s “Bunga-No-Banca-Yes” Cabinet!

PART-1: “PM Monti & La Repubblica” Happily Honeymoon. But Where? It Is While Berlusconi Wishes To Sue Judges For Trial Errors, Anyway.
PART-2: Whose Italy Is Like “Costa Concordia”? Who Says PM Monti Is Against “Article 18”? La Repubblica’s Bloomberg’s International Media?
PART-3: As Non-Italians Appreciate PM Monti’s La Repubblica Interview, Which Financial Newspaper Do Italians Trust? As Usual, www.ilsole24ore.com Sounds Like Berlusconismo.
PART-4: No Matter Which Politician La Repubblica Supports, Neither Bersani Nor La Repubblica Can Betray “Union Leader Camusso”. Never Mind That “70% of Bersani’s Voters” Appreciate “Monti’s Welfare Minister Fornero”. There’s A Foreign Power Behind La Repubblica.
PART-5: Bersani’s La Repubblica Interview. Whose “Too Many Jokes”? As Bersani Can’t Pull The Plug, “Berlusconi’s Il Giornale” Is Considered To Be “termometro degli orientamenti del centro destra più irriducibile”.
PART-6: Impressive Happenings Since This Computer Work, As Usual. “Confindustria President Marcegaglia” Wakes Up, As Usual. La Repubblica’s Bersani Returns To The Communist Labor, As Usual.
PART-7: As “La Repubblica’s Bloomberg” Holds Its Tongue, The International Media Are Comically United. Hasn’t “The Economist” Been “A Soul Mate Of La Repubblica” Or “Prodi’s Mouthpiece”? Altogether, Experts Point Fingers At…
PART-8: Despite La Repubblica’s Impressive Media Play, International Experts Point Fingers At Italian Courts. No Problem For The Hero Of Mani Pulite, A Wishful Farmer, Who Shall Never Become An Italian Businessman. Therefore… Time For Berlusconi’s Trial.
PART-9: As Italian Court Throws Out Berlusconi Bribery Case, “La Repubblica’s Scarecrow Politician Monti” Learns How To Face The International Media… As Berlusconi’s Successor. “An Optical Illusion”?
PART-10: As Justice Reform Might Blow Up Berlusconi’s Rubygate, “La Repubblica’s Scarecrow Politician Monti” Learns How To Blame Italian Media… Except La Repubblica.
PART-11: Hey! Was www.ilsole24ore.com Originally The Most Favorite Media Of Super Mario Monti’s Technocrat Government? Weird…
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PART-1: “PM Monti & La Repubblica” Happily Honeymoon. But Where? It Is While Berlusconi Wishes To Sue Judges For Trial Errors, Anyway.

(Updated on February 8, 2012) – Tomorrow, I will start a NEW posting, which title should start with “Dietro Dagospia c’è solo D’Agostino… Mignottocrazia…” Days and days ago, I was ready. Then, another happening in Mills trial and I got sick of this endless happening. I took a day off. Then… what the hell! From “La responsabilità civile dei giudici” to “L’articolo 18” amid “Rutelli… ooops sorry… Bersani… ooops sorry… La Repubblica’s Luigi Lusi scandal”. Anyway, weird to find NOTHING about “dichiarazioni spontanee di Berlusconi” on Feb 7. I thought that it would have something to do with Unipol’s Bersani. Anyway… Tomorrow, I will start.

(Updated on FEBRUARY 9, 2012) – Sigh… tomorrow… I thought… it would take couple of hours to finish(!) organizing articles on “Bersani + L’articolo 18”. It took the entire day. Headache. My brain just doesn’t work.

(Updated on FEBRUARY 10, 2012) – Ooops! Yesterday, I was too tired to start this GRAND new posting with a right sentence. Since my real intention was NOT to help poor PM Monti, BUT to report La Repubblica’s questionable journalism and my disappointment with Professor Monti’s political brain, this is how I wanted to start. I will make this a NEW posting tomorrow. The names of Daniel Barenboim’s Russian/German Whores need to appear in Google’s search button.

(Updated on FEBRUARY 10, 2012)

“L’art. 18 allontana investimenti. Posto fisso è un valore positivo” Feb 3, 2012 / By repubblica.it

(JIWON: I’m sorry to say it, but I honestly don’t think Professor Monti’s technocratic government has the enough ability to survive until PM Monti’s term ends in 2013. I now find that PM Monti has already said, on Jan 20, that he wasn’t sure if the government will last until the end of his term. If you click this article, La Repubblica offers another title.)

Monti risponde in diretta ai lettori “L’Art. 18? Allontana gli investimenti” Feb 3, 2012 / By repubblica.it
Licenziamenti, posto fisso, concorrenza, banche e giovani. Il presidente a tutto campo in diretta nel videoforum su RepTv e Repubblica.it in un inedito colloquio con i cittadini che gli inviano domande attraverso il nostro sito. Migliaia di mail in un’ora
[= Monti directly responds to readers “Art. 18? Take away investment”
Layoffs, permanent position, competition, banks and young people. The president of all-out live on in Videoforum RepTv Repubblica.it and in an unpublished interview with the people that post questions on our site. Thousands of mail within an hour.
]

(JIWON: It’s been months since I’ve DAILY checked several Italian media and compare the content of the newspapers. No special reason. I just wanted to find a handsome Italian newspaper, which English translation works for me. I also wanted to know if Berlusconi’s ‘Il Giornale’ is really an Italian symbol of ‘biased news coverage’ as [La Repubblica + International Media] used to insult.

It’s been months, too, since I’ve taken a close look at La Repubblica in the hope that Sir Berlusconi could bring this media before the INTERNATIONAL court someday in his life. But as I reported before, reading its articles, via translation tool, along with B’s ‘Il Giornale’, only gives me a headache, so I used to check how they handle each subject. Quite naturally, I used to start my daily check of Italian media with La Repubblica. And then, I always had to go back to this site at the end of my reading. It wasn’t until quite recently that I realized that it was a waste of time to start my day with La Repubblica. I just couldn’t figure out what were major issues in Italy today if I started with La Repubblica. Who is going to blame my accusing tone? As far as I remember, George Clooney is also the one who was sick of La Repubblica’s manipulating his Italian story/scene. Star entertainers hardly want to make an enemy of any media. They rather want to make a friend of any media. But Clooney just did it. (I saved this article with a big grin, but don’t remember where it is. 😦 )

Responsabilita’ giudici: Camera approva; Di Pietro furioso “delitto” Feb 2, 2012 / By agi.it
Responsibility of Judges: House approves; Di Pietro furious “crime”

(JIWON: Therefore, when “Rutelli or Bersani’s Luigi Lusi Scandal” shook the entire Italy and started to dominate the entire Italian media, except La Repubblica, I only wanted to read articles about “responsabilità civile dei magistrate”, because I remember one article on Mar 10, 2011. Silvio Berlusconi approves move to sue judges for trial errors. I also read that on Mar 28, the parliament, perhaps Camera, had a plan to discuss this bill. This was the most impressive happening that can be found only in Italy, but I couldn’t find another Italian article reporting the result/vote.)

La responsabilità civile dei giudici? La vuole anche Bruxelles Mar 28, 2011 / By ilfoglio.it
Da cinque anni l’Ue dice che i magistrati che sbagliano devono pagare, anche in Italia. Restano due mesi per evitare una multa [= The civil liability of judges? The Brussels also wants to: For five years, the EU says that the judges who make mistakes must pay, even in Italy. There remain two months to avoid a fine]

Renitente alla mediazione civile? Paghi una multa! Sep 14, 2011 / By leggioggi.it
Reluctant to civil mediation? Pay a fine!

(JIWON: These were what I found instead. One year later, I am surprised to find that this bill is in fact from Lega Nord. I now think that these media are right-wing newspapers. I also think that this case will cost a huge amount of money and mere Italian voters want to get vicarious satisfaction through “Billionaire Berlusconi To Sue Leftist Judges”. Cool! 😉 )

Responsabilità civile dei giudici, l’Anm «congela» lo sciopero Feb 8, 2012 / By ilsole24ore.com
Civil liability of judges, the ANM “freezes” the strike

(JIWON: Weird is that after my announcement of this posting, l’Anm «congela» lo sciopero. Believe or not.)

“Temevamo di finire come la Concordia” [=We were afraid of ending up as Concordia” Feb 4, 2012 / By tucondividi.com

(JIWON: I thought this article was part of “guerra sull’articolo 18”. It was not. But I still like this title.)

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PART-2: Whose Italy Is Like “Costa Concordia”? Who Says PM Monti Is Against “Article 18”? La Repubblica’s Bloomberg’s International Media?

(Updated on FEBRUARY 14, 2012) – Taking 2-3 days off was not intentional. (I wanted to watch Japanese TV-drama only to realize that it is still too tired to do anything. And then chores…) But then… What a comical/disgusting happening at La Repubblica. I anyway will finish where I planned to finish. With Bo…

Monti, intervista a Matrix: “Il posto fisso è monotono” Feb 1, 2012 / By Italian Media Elsewhere

(JIWON: Of course, I didn’t read any of articles on ‘L’articolo 18’. I just assumed that this had something to do with an Italian joke that appeared in Korean media when so-called EIGHT traitors/PATRIOTS kicked poor Berlusconi off the government. I remember Korean media quoting foreign media, which quoted Italian businessmen(pulural!!!); “In Italy, it is more difficult to fire employees than to divorce.” How long does it take to divorce under Italian law? I had to laugh.

While Professor Monti was hailed as Italian Messiah, I was too busy/tired, thanks to “History of B’s Trials”, to follow International headlines about Italian Prime Minister Monti. So, my only source was the Korean media, which have provided the key headlines. So, I knew what meant Monti’s SECOND gaffe when Job for life? Italy’s Monti sparks furore. But I had no idea about Bersani’s position about Lavoro, il Pd contro Monti: “Monotono il posto fisso? Detta una sciocchezza”. I assumed, too, that PM Monti was in nearly the same situation as ex-PM Berlusconi was when B’s whatsoever austerity package was NEVER going to be approved by the members of Bersani’s Pd and Casini’s PATRIOTIC Terzo-Polo.)

Danneggiata l’auto del magistrato che ha indagato sulla vicenda Ruby Jan 31, 2012 / By repubblica.it
La scorsa notte l’auto del pm milanese Antonio Sangermano, titolare dell’inchiesta sul caso Ruby, è stata gravemente danneggiata: in particolare, sono stati spaccati i finestrini laterali. Dall’abitacolo non è stato portato via nulla, però, malgrado ci fossero all’interno il navigatore satellitare e altri beni personali. Sull’episodio stanno compiendo accertamenti i carabinieri di Milano e gli atti poi saranno inoltrati alla Procura di Brescia, competente per i reati che hanno come parte lesa i magistrati milanesi. L’auto del pm – che ha coordinato le indagini che hanno portato a processo Silvio Berlusconi per concussione e prostituzione minorile – era parcheggiata in una traversa di viale Sabotino a Milano. [= Damaged the car of the magistrate who investigated the Ruby affair: Last night the car of Milan prosecutor Antonio Sangermano, the holder of the investigation on the Ruby case, was severely damaged: in particular, were split side windows. From the driver was not taken away anything, though, although we were inside the navigation system and other personal property. The incident the police are making investigations in Milan and then the acts will be forwarded to the Prosecutor of Brescia, which is responsible for crimes that have affected the magistrates as part of Milan. The car of the PM – who led the investigation that led Silvio Berlusconi on trial for extortion and child prostitution – was parked in a side alley of Sabotino in Milan.]

(JIWON: This is how La Repubblica started to report “Rutelli or Bersani’s Luigi Lusi Scandal” or tried to cover this nationwide scandal. Therefore, I started to save/collect headlines of interesting articles… in order to prepare ‘JUST IN CASE’. In those days, I was supposed to start a NEW posting, which should be a SHORT prelude to my report on “History of B’s Trials”. But I had to do this work first. I still don’t know why, but all of a sudden, unique incidents kept happening one after another, including B’s interviews and Stragi naziste in Italia, Berlino vince il ricorso la Corte dell’Aja blocca le indennità.

However, it was after I checked Korean media reporting PM Monti’s ‘Weird’ La Repubblica Interview that I started to ORGANIZE each happening. I was collecting La Repubblica’s articles since ‘Luigi Lusi Scandal’ on Jan 31, and as far as I’m concerned, La Repubblica was trying to make a certain story or carry a certain message whenever they cover a special headline with another specific headline. And then, PM Monti’s La Repubblica interview was the weirdest happening… in my view.)

1. Jan 31, 2012: “Rutelli or Bersani’s Luigi Lusi Scandal” erupted. La Repubblica tried to cover this with ‘Ruby’ Prosecutor’s trivial article, which had nothing to do with ‘Ruby’ Process. La Repubblica also tried to cover this nationwide scandal with Primarie in Florida: trionfo Romney. Most of all, La Repubblica did NOT mention ‘Bersani’ while being forced to report this. Well, www.corriere.it was not fair, either. This Italian newspaper tried to protect Rutelli, but soon gave up. Because… in these days… especially since ‘B’s anything sex scandal’… this poor newspaper has had to compete sometimes with ‘Tabloid La Repubblica’, and sometimes with ‘Tabloid Il Fatto’. This is why I had to check ‘Italian news since Jan 31’ multiple times, even checking other gossip media, because I wanted to know if even www.corriere.it/ was doing a specific job as a leading newspaper in Italy.

2. Feb 1, 2012: “La seconda gaffe di Mario Monti” shook all the beds of the Italian mama’s boys. 😦 My bed was shaken a few days later… via Korean media. 😉 Therefore, I didn’t check how La Repubblica tried to manipulate ‘Luigi Lusi Scandal’ on that day. Too tired.

3. Feb 2, 2012: A Blue Day for the Italian Judiciary. A busy day for La Repubblica, too. ‘Something PdL article’ was inserted into ‘Luigi Lusi Scandal’ and trying to explain that Bersani’s Pd is NOW free from this politician. B’s ‘Il Giornale’ was still too happy to celebrate Responsabilita’ giudici: Camera approva; Di Pietro furioso “delitto”, because there are so many articles about Bersani’s ‘Luigi Lusi Scandal’ that should be published. 😛 A win-win business for B’s PdL and Bossi’s Lega Nord. 😉

4. Feb 3, 2012: I didn’t know that this was the day of PM Monti’s La Repubblica interview, since I figured it out a couple of days later… via Korean media. By then, I was not interested in La Repubblica’s articles on Rutelli or Bersani’s ‘Luigi Lusi Scandal’, because I thought that other Italian articles would give me more accurate information. Besides, I was rather interested in how La Repubblica or Jewish Italian media interpret UN court rules against Italy in Nazi war claims row… for couple of reasons. Yes. I knew that Sir Berlusconi had an interview with Financial Times, but I was too tired or frankly not interested in this British article. I thought that Sir Berlusconi was preparing something, and I was more curious about what will be published in Italian media some time later. I now think that Sir Berlusconi has been checking La Repubblica, too, and believed that his INTERNATIONAL tour was the only answer to this ridiculous Italian media, which has been representing ITALY in the International community.

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PART-3: As Non-Italians Appreciate PM Monti’s La Repubblica Interview, Which Financial Newspaper Do Italians Trust? As Usual, www.ilsole24ore.com Sounds Like Berlusconismo.

(Updated on FEBRUARY 16, 2012)

Monti a La Repubblica: “L’art. 18 allontana investimenti. Posto fisso è un valore positivo” Feb 3, 2012 / By repubblica.it

Berlusconi to abandon frontline politics Feb 3, 2012 / By ft.com
Il Cav al FinancialTimes: “Senza le grandi riforme l’Italia non sarà libera” [=“Without major reforms, Italy will not be free”] Feb 3, 2012 / By ilgiornale.it
Berlusconi al FinancialTimes: “Più popolare di Merkel e Sarko. Non sarò più candidato premier” Feb 3, 2012 / By ilfattoquotidiano.it

Reazioni La Cgil (Camusso): “Molte tutele? Offensivo” [=“Many safeguards? Offensive”] Feb 3, 2012 / By repubblica.it

Bersani a Napolitano: “Preoccupati, iI Pdl non è leale” [=“Worried, the PDL is not fair”] Feb 3, 2012 / By repubblica.it

(JIWON: Therefore…)

Bersani, Silvio non c’è più, l’articolo 18 invece sì. Parliamo di quello, please Feb 3, 2012 / By linkiesta.it
Ma mi si nota di più se non dico cosa penso dell’articolo 18 e della sua riforma, o se dico che è tutta colpa di Berlusconi che vuole punire i giudici? Il Pierluigi Bersani di questi giorni sembra un po’ così: assente e silenzioso sulle questioni strutturali (lascia spazio alle parti sociali, dicono), e invece voglioso di lamentarsi con il capo del Governo, il Capo dello stato e i giornali su ciò che ricompatta sempre il fronte, cioè Silvio e la Giustizia. L’ha fatto ieri con Monti e oggi con Napolitano. (…) Cosa pensa il Pd della riforma del lavoro? (…) Certo è, però che non dureranno all’inifinito le occasioni per non rispondere alle domande che contano. E la scusa di Berlusconi ormai non regge più. [= Bersani, Silvio is no more, Article 18 does. Let’s talk about that, please: But it is more noticeable if you do not say what I think Article 18 and its reform, or if I say that it’s all because of Berlusconi wants to punish the judges? Pierluigi Bersani of these days it seems a bit ‘like this: absent and silent on structural issues (leaves space and labor, say), and yet eager to complain to the head of the Government, the Head of State and the newspapers about what compacts always the opposite, that Silvio and Justice. He did it yesterday and today with Napolitano Mountains. (…) What do you think the Democratic Party’s labor reform? (…) What is certain is that opportunities will not last all’inifinito not to answer the questions that count. And the excuse of Berlusconi now no longer holds.]

(JIWON: Don’t you think this private opinion sounds like “dalle ceneri del berlusconismo”? If I didn’t misunderstand “L’editoriale di La Repubblica”… Whatever it is, this is the very first stuff that I found when I started this computer work with the keywords; “L’articolo + 18 Bersani”.)

Monti: l’articolo 18 frena la crescita [=Article 18 hampers growth] Feb 3, 2012 / By ilsole24ore.com
È ora di passare «dai miti alla realtà»: entro marzo via alla riforma del lavoro. Lo ha detto il premier Mario Monti in un video forum su Repubblica Tv, affermando che l’articolo 18 potrebbe frenare l’arrivo di capitali stranieri: l’Italia «è ridotta un po’ male perché per decenni i governi italiani hanno profuso troppo buonismo sociale». E sull’eurozona, con più disciplina di bilancio si potrà guardare agli eurobond. In un’intervista a Ft, Silvio Berlusconi ribadisce la sua lealtà all’esecutivo Monti sulle riforme. E annuncia che non si ricandiderà per Palazzo Chigi. Ma il segretario Pd Pier Luigi Bersani accusa: «Il Pdl sta venendo meno al suo dovere di responsabilità». [= Time to go “from myths to reality”: by March on the labor reform. The Prime Minister Mario Monti said in a video forum on Republic TV, claiming that Article 18 could slow the arrival of foreign capital: Italy “has reduced a bit ‘wrong because for decades the Italian governments have spent too goody-goody Social.” And sull’eurozona, with more fiscal discipline that will look at the Eurobonds. In an interview in Ft Silvio Berlusconi reiterated his loyalty to the executive Mountains on reforms. It announces that not standing for re Palazzo Chigi. But the secretary Pier Luigi Bersani Pd accusation: “The PDL is failing in its duty of responsibility.”]

(JIWON: Weird is that the official mouthpiece of Confindustria sounds just like “dalle ceneri del berlusconismo”. Well, it is not the first time, as a matter of fact. Some months ago while then-PM Berlusconi was mocked by Mr. & Mrs. Merkozy, who firmly believed in Casini’s PATRIOTIC Terzo-Polo, I figured out that the Fascists Lega Nord and the most Italian Intellectual Gang Confindustria shared the similar, if not same, business mind. Whatever it is, which media source do you think the REAL Italian intellectuals and economists trust? “Il Sole 24 Ore” or “La Repubblica’s Bloomberg”? Which newspaper articles do you think the International Community prefer to read? Italian articles from “Il Sole 24 Ore” or English articles from “La Repubblica’s Bloomberg”?)

Il sondaggio nascosto dal Pd Meglio Fornero di Bersani [=Survey is hidden from Pd. Better F. to B.] Feb 3, 2012 / By liberoquotidiano.it
Il Partito democratico sta dalla parte dei sindacati. … «Si può innovare», ha ribadito ieri Pier Luigi Bersani, «senza toccare l’articolo 18». Senza toccare le tutele di chi è garantito. C’è, però, un sondaggio. Riservato. … Si tratta di un’analisi fatta da Swg in queste settimane. … Alla domanda su quale sia il grado di fiducia nei confronti dei ministri dell’attuale governo, risulta che Elsa Fornero, ministro del Lavoro, principale avversario in questo momento dei sindacati, è tra i più apprezzati. Addirittura il 70% degli elettori del Pd dichiara di apprezzarla. [= The Democratic Party is on the side of unions. … “You can innovate,” insisted yesterday Pier Luigi Bersani, “without touching the Article 18 ‘. Without touching the protection of those who are guaranteed. However, there is a poll. Reserved. … This analysis is done by SWG in recent weeks. … When asked what degree of confidence in the ministers of the government, that Elsa Fornero, Minister of Labour, the main opponent in this time of the trade unions, is among the most popular. Even 70% of the Democratic Party voters said to appreciate it.]
La ricerca di Swg è stata oggetto dell’ultima segreteria del Partito democratico, quella che riunisce i dirigenti più vicini a Bersani. È stata letta, commentata, discussa. Ovviamente è stata subito rimessa nei cassetti, con l’ordine di non diffonderla in giro. Sì perché se è vera, e lo è, mette in discussione la posizione fin qui assunta dal Pd. … «Forse», commenta un dirigente, «gli elettori non sono gli iscritti. Se questi sono più legati a certe posizioni storiche della sinistra, i nostri elettori evidentemente hanno posizioni più innovative». (…) [= The search for SWG has been the last secretary of the Democratic Party, one that brings together the leaders closer to Bersani. It was read, discussed, debated. Obviously it was immediately sent into the drawers, with orders not to spread it around. Yes because if it is true, and it is, puts into question the position thus far taken by the Democratic Party. … “Perhaps,” says an executive, “voters are not members. If these are linked to certain historical positions of the left, our voters have clearly positions the most innovative.” (…)]

(JIWON: Now, I think this is a right-wing newspaper. Weird is that Bersani’s La Repubblica also claims that “I partiti, di fatto, non esistono più. Esistono soltanto sparuti gruppi dirigenti e autoreferenti, che hanno perso ogni contatto col territorio e con gli elettori. [=The parties, in fact, no longer exist. There are only sparse and self-referential elites, who have lost all contact with the land and with voters.]” 😉 )

Berlusconi a Libero: Ecco il patto del Cavaliere con la sinistra e Monti [=Here’s the deal of B with the left and Monti] Feb 5, 2012 / By liberoquotidiano.it
Berlusconi a colloquio con Libero svela i suoi piani: “Bisogna trovare un compromesso con il Pd per cambiare la legge elettorale. Sosterrò la campagna elettorale del Pdl, poi lascio ad Alfano. Ora sto con Mario” [= Berlusconi talks to Libero unveils his plans: “We must find a compromise with the Democratic Party to change the electoral law. I will support the campaign of the PDL, then leave to Alfano. Now I’m with Mario”]

(JIWON: And then, Sir Berlusconi told the same newspaper TWO days later. Meanwhile, one member of PATRIOTIC Terzo-Polo, Rutelli, has finally become a center of “Bersani’s Luigi Lusi Scandal” on Feb 4, 2012, leaving “Fini & Casini” as “The Lonely Duet”… elsewhere except La Repubblica, which instead tried to turn the spotlight on “Sondaggio[=Survey]: Abolire il finanziamento ai partiti? [=Abolish the party financing?]”.)

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PART-4: No Matter Which Politician La Repubblica Supports, Neither Bersani Nor La Repubblica Can Betray “Union Leader Camusso”. Never Mind That “70% of Bersani’s Voters” Appreciate “Monti’s Welfare Minister Fornero”. There’s A Foreign Power Behind La Repubblica.

(Updated on FEBRUARY 20, 2012) – Tired. I was not lazy. Since my posting, everybody, “Monti’s Bunga-No-Banca-Yes Cabinet” in particular, has been SUDDENLY busy. And then… “More of B’s Trials” means “More of La Repubblica’s manipulation”. Alas, my organization work only gave me more headaches and I had to think of another way to organize all those happenings. I am not a genius and I can’t write something unless I organize all the sources. Tonight, I wanted to finish this writing with my private opinion about B’s Mills-Trial but couldn’t… sic.

Berlusconi in Winter… on what he’s learned from being forced out, what he hasn’t, and why he still wants to transform Italy Feb 6, 2012 / By theatlantic.com
Berlusconi a TheAtlantic: “Più gay vuol dire meno concorrenza per me [=More gay means less competition for me]” Feb 6, 2012 / By blitzquotidiano.it
Berlusconi a TheAtlantic: “Io in politica per evitare che i comunisti prendessero il potere. Ho incontrato più profittatori nella politica che nella mia vita di imprenditore” Feb 6, 2012 / By ilgiornale.it
Berlusconi in an interview with The Atlantic: “I am in politics to prevent the Communists took power. I met more profiteers in politics in my life as an entrepreneur.”

(JIWON: Basically, this interview was given on January 27.)

Bersani critico con il governo Monti “Lo sosteniamo, ma no prese in giro. [=We support, but no teasing.]” Feb 5, 2012 / By repubblica.it
“L’esecutivo sta facendo molte cose, eravamo sull’orlo del baratro e ora stiamo facendo qualche passettino indietro. Noi segnaliamo alcuni fatti anomali, come le nomine Rai, la norma anti-magistrati e gli emendamenti sulle liberalizzazioni”. “L’articolo 18? Lo tsunami è già arrivato, il problema sono gli 800 mila nuovi disoccupati. Una serie di provvedimenti del governo sono stati approvati con meccanismo di vecchia maggioranza, anche contro le indicazioni del governo stesso…” [= “The government is doing many things, we were on the brink of the abyss and now we are taking a small step back. We point out some unusual events such as appointments Rai, the standard anti-magistrates and amendments on deregulation.” “Article 18? The tsunami has already arrived, the problem is the 800 thousand new unemployed. A series of government measures have been approved with mechanism of old majority, even against the directions of the government itself…”]

L’EDITORIALE: Articolo 18, l’ossessione di governo e sindacati Feb 5, 2012 / By repubblica.it
(…) I partiti, di fatto, non esistono più. Esistono soltanto sparuti gruppi dirigenti e autoreferenti, che hanno perso ogni contatto col territorio e con gli elettori (…) La destra dovrebbe rinascere dalle ceneri del berlusconismo, impresa quanto mai difficile fino a quando il Pdl non imploderà. (…) Resta il Partito democratico e la sinistra. Bersani, dopo le recenti amministrative e i referendum, ebbe una giusta intuizione: (…) [= (…) The parties, in fact, no longer exist. There are only sparse and self-referential elites, who have lost all contact with the land and with voters (…) The right should be reborn from the ashes of Berlusconi, a company very difficult until the PDL does not implode. (…) Remains the Democratic Party and the Left. Bersani, after the recent administrative and referenda, had a good idea: (…)]

(JIWON: And then, Berlusconi’s interview on “The Atlantic” was published on the day after Bersani’s THREAT. Please imagine how ‘Pro/Con Berlusconi media’ have changed the title of B’s American interview and used its ITALIAN headline to support/ruin PM Monti’s labor reforms. I feel funny whenever ‘La Repubblica’ PRETENDS to support Camusso’s Bersani, but in fact tries VERY hard to train Casini’s Bersani, who simply has no idea how to listen to his MENTOR La Repubblcia and prepare this coming election for PM Casini. 😉 In any case, neither Bersani nor La Repubblica can stab Camusso in the back, and therefore, La Repubblica just tries VERY hard to guide the Italian readers/voters in the right path until Casini’s PATRIOTIC Terzo-Polo is determined to support Camusso’s Partito Democratico. Therefore…)

Pd espelle Lusi. Lui replica [=Pd expels Lusi. He replies]: “Infamante [=infavous]” Feb 6, 2012 / By repubblica.it
L’ex tesoriere della Margherita, al centro dello scandalo per la sottrazione di 13 milioni, dichiarato all’unanimità “incompatibile con il partito”. Era già stato escluso dal gruppo a Palazzo Madama [= The former treasurer of Margaret, the center of the scandal for the theft of 13 million, unanimously declared “incompatible with the party.” He had already been excluded from the group in the Senate]

(JIWON: Please… I’ve followed this scandal from the very start. Even though I was too tired to read any of its articles, all the headlines, except La Repubblica, were unanimous. It was about “avere sottratto 13 milioni di euro provenienti dai rimborsi elettorali”. But there was no such word as STEALING in La Repubblica’s report until this politician was expelled from his party as quietly as possible. And then, La Repubblica’s main issue, Sondaggio[=Survey]: Abolire il finanziamento ai partiti? [=Abolish the party financing?], has become Sondaggio[=Survey]: Come deve essere il finanziamento ai partiti [=What should be the party financing]. What’s more…)

LA GRANDE CRISI DEL LAVORO [=The great labor crisis] Feb 7, 2012 / By La Repubblica
Tra fallimenti e chiusure, dietro la scomparsa di marchi storici e piccole aziende anonime, il dramma di imprenditori e lavoratori. Colpiti tutti i settori e tutto il territorio. Il ruolo della politica e dei media. Le ripercussioni sociali di una nazione che ha i salari più bassi d’Europa [= Between failures and closures, behind the passing of historic brands and small businesses anonymous, the drama of entrepreneurs and workers. Affected all sectors and across the country. The role of politics and media. The social consequences of a nation that has the lowest wages in Europe]

CAMUSSO: “ADESSO OCCORRONO INVESTIMENTI” [=”Now we need investment”] Feb 7, 2012 / By repubblica.it

Ocse: “Riforma lavoro non è solo l’articolo 18. Monti, l’uomo giusto al posto giusto” Feb 7, 2012 / By repubblica.it
Il segretario dell’Ocse, Miguel Angel Gurria, mette in luce i temi della riforma del lavoro al centro della manovra economica del governo Monti. Oltre alla riforma della norma sui licenziamenti, si deve parlare anche di flessibilità e ammortizzatori sociali [= OECD: “Reform work is not only Article 18. Monti, the right man at the right place”: The OECD Secretary, Miguel Angel Gurria, highlights the issues of labor reform in the middle of the economic measures of Monti government. In addition to the reform of the rule on dismissals, we must also talk about flexibility and social safety nets]

(JIWON: The moment La Repubblica’s politician was expelled from Camusso’s Partito Democratico as quietly as possible, La Repubblica launched a special section, LA GRANDE CRISI DEL LAVORO [=The great labor crisis]… with the help of international fame of OECD. Therefore…)

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PART-5: Bersani’s La Repubblica Interview. Whose “Too Many Jokes”? As Bersani Can’t Pull The Plug, “Berlusconi’s Il Giornale” Is Considered To Be “termometro degli orientamenti del centro destra più irriducibile”.

(Updated on FEBRUARY 20, 2012)

Posto fisso: dal “monotono” di Monti a “sposi mio figlio” di Berlusconi Feb 2, 2012 / By blitzquotidiano.it
Fixed place: from the “dull” by Monti to “marry my son” by Berlusconi

Cancellieri: “Posto fisso vicino a mamma”. Fornero: “Un’illusione il lavoro a vita” Feb 6, 2012 / By repubblica.it
Cancellieri: “Fixed place next to Mom”. Fornero: “Illusion the job for life”

L’intervista di Bersani: “Staccare la spina? … Sull’articolo 18 serve un’intesa, troppe battute dai ministry.” Feb 7, 2012 / By repubblica.it
Bersani’s Interview: “Pull the plug? … Article 18 is an understanding, too many jokes from the ministry.”

(JIWON: I still can’t understand why Bersani criticizes IT as “too many jokes”, instead of launching audacious move by pulling the plug. Frankly speaking, I still think PM Monti’s “monotono” was the most accurate description, if Berlusconi’s “sposi mio figlio” was the most serious joke.)

“Temevamo di finire come la Concordia” [=We were afraid of ending up as Concordia” Feb 4, 2012 / By tucondividi.com

More Shipwreck Survivors File Lawsuits against Carnival, Costa Cruises Feb 14, 2012 / By insurancejournal.com
(…) The suit alleges that the crew failed to conduct safety drills, that the ship was off course when it hit the reef, that the captain waited too long before giving the order to evacuate, that the crew performed badly during the evacuation and that the cruise line inflicted emotional distress and failed to provide prompt and adequate aid to survivors. (…) The plaintiffs in the Miami lawsuit are from the United States, Italy, Venezuela, China, Canada, Germany, Korea and Kazakhstan. The lawsuit said the Florida court is the appropriate jurisdiction because the defendants engaged in business in the state.

(JIWON: As I repeatedly mentioned, I thought that the former article was intended for the current Italian situation, especially when it comes to PM Monti’s labor reforms. Do Italian folks blame Captain Schettino? Korean victims mentioned crew members’ disgusting behaviors and vowed never to travel to Italy again. By then, I was too tired to read any news items, but this Italian happening led me into one article. I was speechless, because part of crew members just reminded me of Seedorf’s fat ass at Berlusconi’s AC-Milan. Yes, the victims clearly remember that part of crew members worked very hard. But nowhere else in the world but in Italy, those f*cking “It’s Not My Job” Mentality existed.

Days later, I read something another that basically sounded same. “MONOTONO”: Mario Monti Is In Trouble For Attacking Italy’s Holy Grail. Isn’t this word the best self-defense weapon for Footballer/Employee Seedorf, who didn’t have to work hard at Berlusconi’s AC-Milan whenever he felt no motivation or Employer B was too busy to watch his performance? Quite naturally, I’ve never thought that Sir Berlusconi was supporting Monti’s government on this issue until I analyzed La Repubblica’s manipulation of PM Monti’s interview, because Seedorf’s AC-Milan players were stereotyped as “MONOTONO-minded” and behaved just like Concordia crew members.

I’m sorry to say this, but this was my only option left after finishing my analysis. I was NOT supposed to write in this way. It was around this time, I think, that Korean Rossonero introduced Nesta’s Gazzetta interview. I was too tired to find its original article and failed to save its Korean version, too. Now, I don’t know how to find this article. Please ask this Italian footballer how he describes the mentality of the Italian youth today. Please ask him which Serie-A team he appreciates the most and why. Please ask him why he might just as well go to Serie-C teams to train his Italian players after retirement. It was a fascinating interview, especially after I watched one docu film about Italy. Since La Repubblica has collaborated with the Korean Broadcasting System to produce this docu film, you’re welcome to imagine its content. I’m still thinking if it’s possible to bring this Korean producer into (Korean) court in case they do this one more time. Anyway, I failed to watch part of it but was too tired to watch it again.

While I was risking raising my blood pressure by watching this docu film, one Italian scene suddenly made my day. If my memory serves me right, there were Italian protesters marching through the streets and they were carrying the musical instruments. WOW! I’ve never seen band music playing like this Italian one. To be more precise, I’ve never WATCHED a terrific band performance like this Italian one in my life. Please… I just HATE band music, and don’t ask me why. Nor blame my special taste. God made me just the way I am, and I am born NEVER to accept Daniel Barenboim’s disgusting Unter den Linden band music, which sounds never like German music but like Russian-German or Russian-Spanish or Russian-Arab or Russian-Korean or Russian-Whatever one. Even some Russian winds sound far superior to those Berlin ones… sic.

Weirdly enough, this Italian street music was leading me into another imagination. Suddenly, I was able to… no… wanted to imagine the conducting technique of Italian Maestro Tillio Serafin. I don’t know why “not ToscaNoNO but Serafin” hit my brain/heat that moment, but Tillio Serafin’s music was what I heard through this Italian protesters. I think it was after watching Italian band music that I read Nesta’s interview. I perfectly understood every each word in Nesta’s Italian analysis. Yes, those Italian protesters were not professional enough. To train those Italian talents, you need…

As Korean football fans always mention, Italy is full of talents. And this is not a normal talent. This is originally what I wanted to write… sic.)

Bersani critico con il governo Monti “Lo sosteniamo, ma no prese in giro. [=We support, but no teasing.]” Feb 5, 2012 / By repubblica.it
(…) Parole anche per l’articolo 18 : “In questi giorni sento ripartire un dibattito come se fossimo negli anni ’80 (…) [= (…) Words for Article 18: “These days I feel as if we start a debate in the ’80s (…)]

(JIWON: This is not a lonely voice, of course.

Zitti zitti, si modifica l’articolo 18 Feb 6, 2012 / By ilfattoquotidiano.it
(…) Essendoci al governo tecnici esperti, sanno bene, come sa bene Confindustria, che la modifica della legge famigerata non è questione di soldi, ma di spostamento di poteri dal lavoro verso l’impresa. Sanno bene, perché lo insegnano anche alla Bocconi, che il potere ordinatorio della magistratura di rimuovere i licenziamenti illegittimi è lo strumento di prolungamento al livello politico del potere sindacale e dei lavoratori quando si organizzano, superando la solitudine individuale di chi è assunto senza difese. (…) [= (…) As there are technical experts in government, know, know how to Confindustria, the change of the infamous law is not about money, but the shift of power from labor to the enterprise. They know, because I also teach at the Bocconi University, by a judge that the power of courts to remove the illegal dismissal is the means of extending the political power of trade unions and employees when organizing, overcoming loneliness individual who is assumed to be defenseless. (…)]

Il lato oscuro e un po’ di destra del governo Monti. I guai del Pd. Feb 4, 2012 / By linkiesta.it
Cambio di marcia ma stessa filosofia. Non è un caso che il Giornale della famiglia Berlusconi, termometro degli orientamenti del centro destra più irriducibile, negli ultimi giorni abbia cambiato atteggiamento nei confronti del premier. Tutti sanno che l’articolo 18 non è il problema principale per una ripresa dell’economia e dell’occupazione ma forse per dare un segnale di continuità con il precedente governo, (…) In questo scenario i più preoccupati, e non a torto, sono quelli del Pd. Dopo una prima fase di idillio il partito di Bersani si sta rendendo conto che forse il prezzo da pagare per l’appoggio all’esecutivo attuale è piuttosto dispendioso. (…) Il voto sui magistrati è stato un segnale eloquente. [= The dark side and a little ‘right government Mountains. The troubles of the Democratic Party.: Shift but same philosophy. It is no coincidence that il Giornale of the Berlusconi family, thermometer, the guidelines of the most uncompromising center-right, in recent days has changed its attitude towards the prime minister. Everyone knows that Article 18 is not the main problem for an economic recovery and employment, but perhaps as a sign of continuity with the previous government, (…) In this scenario the most concerned, and rightly so, are those of Pd. After an initial phase of romance Bersani’s party is now realizing that perhaps the price to pay for the current executive support is quite expensive. (…) The vote on the judges was an eloquent.]

(JIWON: Not surprisingly, the former article is from “politico e sindacalista” whether he teaches at Bocconi University or not. Weird is that the latter article defines Berlusconi’s ‘Il Giornale’ as ‘termometro degli orientamenti del centro destra più irriducibile’ even though its author sounds like an active blogger, which political criticism would surely be Anti-Berlusconi. As I previously mentioned, I hardly knew about L’articolo 18 and those were what I found while using the keywords, ‘L’articolo 18 & Bersani’. I knew how to ignore Bersani’s whatsoever claim, but I couldn’t ignore others’ voice. Hence, I wanted to check International sources.)

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PART-6: Impressive Happenings Since This Computer Work, As Usual. “Confindustria President Marcegaglia” Wakes Up, As Usual. La Repubblica’s Bersani Returns To The Communist Labor, As Usual.

(Updated on FEBRUARY 22, 2012) – Now, I am not going to post a thing until I finish the whole part. I just worry that this DRAFT-posting is so long that this blog might explode. Of course, I didn’t yet report the most crucial information about La Repubblica’s grand project to make PM Monti an INTERNATIONAL laughing stock.

Latest Monti austerity: No official entertainment. Italy’s Ministers Are Forced To Return Gifts Feb 8, 2012 / By businessweek.com

Il premier su Time: «Voglio cambiare il modo di vivere degli italiani» [=”I want to change the lifestyle of the Italians”] Feb 9, 2012 / By corriere.it

L’articolo 18 si deve fare: Napolitano affonda il Pd [=Article 18 is to be done: Napolitano sinks the Pd] Feb 13, 2012 / By liberoquotidiano.it

Riforma lavoro, Monti: il governo andrà avanti anche senza l’accordo con le parti sociali Feb 14, 2012 / By ilgiornale.it
Reform work, Monti: the government will go ahead even without the agreement with the social partners

Sciopero generale Fiom il 9 marzo “No a manomissioni articolo 18” Feb 14, 2012 / By ilfattoquotidiano.it
Fiom general strike on March 9, “No tampering with Article 18”

(JIWON: Just in case, these are comical… ooops sorry… impressive happenings since this computer work. It was, however, before German president Wulff resigns in setback for Merkel (Feb 17, 2012)… which means before and after Obama praises Monti for efforts to divert Italy from economic ruin (Feb 9, 2012).

La Marcegaglia si sveglia: «I sindacati tutelano i ladri e assenteisti» Feb 22, 2012 / By ilgiornale.it
Marcegaglia wakes up: “The unions protect the thieves and absentee”

L’EDITORIALE: Marcegaglia ha ritrovato la voce… ha sferrato un duro attacco Feb 22, 2012 / By liberoquotidiano.it
Ieri Emma Marcegaglia ha ritrovato la voce. Dopo essere rimasta muta per settimane, quasi che lo scontro sull’articolo 18 non fosse una questione che la riguardasse, la presidentessa degli industriali ha sferrato un duro attacco ai sindacati che osteggiano le modifiche alla norma sui licenziamenti, accusando Cgil, Cisl e Uil di difendere fannulloni e ladri. Fossimo immodesti penseremmo che la capa degli imprenditori abbia parlato dopo aver letto il nostro editoriale di ieri mattina (…) [= Yesterday Emma Marcegaglia has found his voice. After remaining silent for weeks, almost as if the clash on Article 18 was not an issue that concern her, the president of the Industrial has launched a harsh attack on the unions that oppose the changes to the rule on dismissals, accusing CGIL, CISL and UIL of defend slackers and thieves. Immodest we would think that the capacity of entrepreneurs spoke after reading our editorial yesterday morning (…)]

Bersani ritorna comunista: lavoro, sta con la Camusso Feb 22, 2012 / By liberoquotidiano.it
Bersani returns communist labor, stands with the Camusso

REPUBBLICA TV Giannini: “Marcegaglia ingiusta [=Marcegaglia unjust]” Feb 21, 2012 / By repubblica.it

(JIWON: And then, these are happenings right after my previous work. YES! The very first Italian headline that I found from very-Italian media was, in fact, a firm-but-weak voice from Emma Marcegaglia, whose hardest-working mentality has been a symbol of Italian leader as a working mother: Posto fisso monotono. Bufera su Monti, la Marcegaglia lo difende [=Place fixed monotonous. Storm on mountains, Marcegaglia defends him] (Feb 2, 2012). This is why I was able to make sure that La Repubblica has being doing a f*cking disgusting job, manipulating PM Monti’s interview for a very special reason… for a very INTERNATIONAL reason.

Quite naturally, the poor politician Professor Monti fell into this dirty trick. Weird is that the last article, from La Repubblica, seems to provide a wrong link. Which journalistic skills do you think La Repubblica wants to prove in this case? Please imagine. I can give you one clue.)

Veltroni a La Repubblica: articolo 18 non è un tabù. Tra riformismo e falsi innovatori Feb 19, 2012 / By mainfatti.it
Veltroni’s La Repubblica interview: Article 18 is not a taboo. Between reformism and false innovators

Veltroni: “Art.18, no ai tabù” Viene crocifisso dal Pd Feb 20, 2012 / By liberoquotidiano.it
Veltroni: “Art.18, no taboos” is crucified by the Pd

Veltroni: “Il problema è il giudizio su Monti [=The problem is the judgment of Monti]” Feb 20, 2012 / By repubblica.it
Nei democratici si fa strada l’ipotesi di anticipare il congresso. L’ex segretario: “Su art. 18 ho detto ciò che ha detto Bersani. E il premier non è di destra” L’eventuale corsa di “superMario” sul tavolo anche del Pdl. [= Democrats in the case makes its way to anticipate the Congress. The former secretary: “On Art. 18 I said what Bersani said. And the prime minister is not right” Any race of “Super Mario” on the table including the PDL]

(JIWON: Please keep in mind that I am still too tired to read the articles. I only check the headlines, and this is how La Repubblica mapped out the last article… right below Berlusconi’s Mediaset article. NOW… don’t you think La Repubblica should EMPHASIZE, after Confindustria President ha ritrovato la voce, that there are signs of discord within Confederazione Generale dell’Industria Italiana? Let me return to my original writing plan, please.)

4 new worrying signs in Italy Feb 6, 2012 / By business.financialpost.com
Despite new prime minister Mario Monti’s efforts, Italy’s outlook hasn’t improved much since he took the helm. (…) And Societe Generale analyst Vladimir Pillonca has pointed out four worrying signs to watch for:
1. Non-performing loans have been rising sharply (…)
2. Italian GDP shrank (…)
3. While Italian policymaking has improved under Monti, the country still resists structural changes. Labor reform has been most divisive.
4. Easing sovereign and funding pressures has given Italy a window of opportunity to recover its growth rate. But as the recession deepens, that window will start to close.

Italy govt to pass labour reforms even without unions Feb 2, 2012 / By chicagotribune.com
(…) The government has passed a 33 billion euro ($43.5 billion)package of spending cuts, tax hikes and pension reforms and has put forward a separate package of deregulation measures. However, the labor reform package is widely considered to be the most difficult and potentially important element of his policies so far. (…)

Feisty Italy union chief stands between Monti and reform Dec 27, 2011 / By reuters.com
After years of division the three main union confederations appear to have united against reforms Monti says are vital to regain financial markets’ faith, and analysts say he must move fast while his popularity is high and the sense of emergency over Italy’s debt crisis is acute. (…)

(JIWON: Should I find more English articles circulating in the international media regarding this issue? Well… the members of Camusso’s Partito Democratico might not be able to understand, since I strongly suspect if they have ever experienced overseas service/trade/travel/expansion. But I promise that La Repubblica knows everything. Or this Italian media group should not be hungry for a partnership with influential international media such as Bloomberg or The Huffington Post… especially after Its Owner Carlo De Benedetti’s partnership with Ms. Veronica Lario, which philistinism of the tabloid press brought results of increased sales of 30,000 copies and increased advertising.)

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PART-7: As “La Repubblica’s Bloomberg” Holds Its Tongue, The International Media Are Comically United. Hasn’t “The Economist” Been “A Soul Mate Of La Repubblica” Or “Prodi’s Mouthpiece”? Altogether, Experts Point Fingers At…

(Updated on FEBRUARY 22, 2012)

Feisty Italy union chief stands between Monti and reform Dec 27, 2011 / By reuters.com
(…) The three main union confederations – Camusso’s CGIL and the more centrist CISL and UIL – launched a spate of strikes against an austerity plan raced through this month to head off soaring borrowing costs, but their opposition to labor reform is likely to be much tougher. This is because it threatens the interests of the unions’ core membership which, along with pensioners, is made up of middle-aged or elderly workers in medium sized to large companies. They are often accused of defending those already protected while neglecting the young, so-called “precarious” workers who have neither rights nor representation. Nine out of 10 first jobs in Italy are now taken under a temporary contract offering no employment protection, whether the worker is an unskilled laborer or a graduate. Real starting salaries are at the same level as in the 1980s. (…) ARTICLE 18 … It has become a symbol of Italy’s “dual” labour market (…)

(JIWON: Weird. What did Camusso’s mama’s boy Bersani claim? “In questi giorni sento ripartire un dibattito come se fossimo negli anni ’80”??? I saved this article couple of weeks ago, but I just found out this comical relationship between Bersani and Monti’s 1980s. Hasn’t La Repubblica’s most favorite weapon to support Camusso’s mama’s boy Bersani been ‘Giovani-lavoro’? Weird…)

“MONOTONO”: Mario Monti Is In Trouble For Attacking Italy’s Holy Grail
(…) MONOTONO … Italy’s political parties were unhappy with Monti’s quip too. Italy’s politicians are horribly well paid and receive extremely generous pensions after serving their country for a very short period of time – so Monti scared them! (…) For Italy’s population, job security is their Holy Grail in life. Italy’s employers, on the other hand, seem to do everything in their power to avoid offering employees long term work contracts. What the Holy Grail seeking Italians have not heard is that less regulated job markets, such as that of the United Kingdom, can lead to people staying in their jobs for longer than Italy’s tightly regulated highly inflexible labor market. A report for the CEPR showed this. (…) Italians might also like to read this paragraph from the Burgess/Pacelli report: … What will come as a surprise for Italians and it is something Mario Monti could have pointed out possibly, is that the report notes that workers in the United Kingdom stayed in their jobs longer than Italians and this is despite Italy having a constitution and heaps of legislation designed to enhance job security. (…) The concept of having a job for live in the United Kingdom more or less ended during Margaret Thatcher’s reign or some 30 years ago and yet the UK economy has become steadily wealthier, even if young people, as in Italy, are not finding it easy to find work in the UK at present. The 1997 CEPR report and OECD data referred to here might give Italians some hope – and that hope is that the end of jobs for life does not necessarily mean the end of their world.

(JIWON: Too tired to make a p-r-o-v-o-c-a-t-i-v-e comment.)

Il WSJ sull’articolo 18: “Relitto degli anni ’70 [=Wreck of the 70s]” Feb 7, 2012 / By ilgiornale.it
Secondo l’editoriale di Matthew Melchiorre, l’articolo 18 è “la più grande minaccia alla crescita economica” [= According to the editorial by Matthew Melchiorre, Article 18 is “the biggest threat to economic growth”]

(JIWON: To be honest, it started worrying me that B’s ‘Il Giornale’ might destroy my hard working, since I found what looked like Il WSJ sull’articolo 18 the night before Il Giornale’s report. Not surprisingly, when I checked this article couple of days later again, its comment section was messy. 😉 But then, I still felt terrific because no one pointed out what I wanted to pick up from the same article. I am not sure what an influence Owner Murdoch exercises over the WSJ’s editorial board, and I had to suspect if Murdoch now wants to run his Italian business as safe as possible after realizing that there is no hope in Bersani’s Partito Democratico. Anyway, below is what I found…)

Rome vs. the Unions Feb 7, 2012 / By online.wsj.com
The biggest threat to Italy’s economic growth isn’t its public debt. … The most onerous law is a relic of the 1970s and a touted accomplishment of Italy’s trade unions. Article 18 of the Workers’ Statute makes it impossible to fire even the most grossly incompetent employees. Perversely, it causes that which it seeks to prevent: unemployment. According to the law … Could a law be any vaguer? If the court determines … The courts aren’t exactly impartial, either. Andrea Ichino, an economist at the European University Institute, found that justices sided with the terminated employee much more frequently in regions with high unemployment than in regions with low unemployment. With a court system slanted against business, entrepreneurs just don’t want to take the risk of hiring new employees whom they may not want or need in the future. This perverse regulatory environment has helped Italy earn the World Bank’s second worst “Doing Business” ranking out of all OECD countries. Only Greece is worse. (…)

(JIWON: Something more…)

Labour reform in Italy: The government tries one more time, but it will be hard Feb 18, 2012 / By economist.com
(…) Monti … MONOTONY (…) Fornero … ILLUSIONS (…) Cancellieri … MUMMY & DADDY (…) Article 18 of the 1970 Workers’ Statute, for example, gives permanent employees a right to reinstatement if they are unfairly dismissed. But the courts have proved so generous in their definition of what is unfair, and so slow to reach decisions, that employers say this makes individual workers almost unsackable. (…)

(JIWON: Hasn’t this newspaper been La Repubblcia’s soul mate or Prodi’s mouthpiece? Therefore… time to talk about one of B’s trial.)

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PART-8: Despite La Repubblica’s Impressive Media Play, International Experts Point Fingers At Italian Courts. No Problem For The Hero Of Mani Pulite, A Wishful Farmer, Who Shall Never Become An Italian Businessman. Therefore… Time For Berlusconi’s Trial.

(Updated on FEBRUARY 22, 2012)

Responsabilita’ giudici: Camera approva; Di Pietro furioso “delitto” Feb 2, 2012 / By agi.it
Responsibility of Judges: House approves; Di Pietro furious “crime”

Leghisti “ladroni”: deputato Pini indagato per millantato credito Feb 15, 2012 / By ogginotizie.it
Leaguers “thieves”: Deputy Pini investigated for false pretenses

(JIWON: It now seems that Sir Berlusconi’s dream to sue judges for trial errors has gone up in smoke. 😦 Poor Berlusconi… But then, I keep wondering what kind of reaction Bossi or Pini’s ‘Lega Nord or Businessmen’s Gang’ will show after this legal revenge(!?!). Will this legal punishment increase THEIR blood pressure? Or will they cancel all their judiciary reforms? It will be fun to watch. I promise.

Whatever it is, whoever they are, I now understand why the symbol of Mani pulite Di Pietro only wants to die as a farmer after retirement. He’s anyway never going to become an Italian businessman.)

David Mills guilty of taking bribe linked to Berlusconi trials, sentenced to four and a half years’ jail Feb 17, 2009 / By guardian.co.uk
(…) It is thought to be the first time in Italy that someone has been found guilty of taking a bribe without the giver of the money being identified. (…)

(JIWON: Since this is not a place to report “History of B’s Trials”, I want to make it short. While reading Berlusconi’s Mills Trial, I really wanted to study LAW. I just couldn’t understand why no one pointed out this. How many articles were written on this trial? Still, I have no idea about the EXACT date of the crimes, either Mills’ crime as to when he took $600,000 bribe or B’s crime as to when he bribed one of his lawyer Mills. Whether it was a false testimony or not, Mills testified at two trials in 1997 and 1998. And then, when did he receive $600,000 bribe from whom? In 2000 or when?

Berlusconi was one of Mills’ important customers. And he is said to have so many bank accounts to run his business. Have you ever seen this type of person, a lawyer indeed, willing to give unfavorable testimony for his customer? And then, his so-called-fateful letter 2004, which has been the ONLY evidence, was written not to prove his Italian business, but to justify his then-wife’s British career. Mills himself wrote that he didn’t lie at the two trials in 1997 and 1998. If my memory serves me right… (I will have to check all the sources when I start a next posting.) Just like La Repubblica’s Mondadori case, I’ve never seen the weirdest case as this one.

Hence, my only conclusion is that Italian court system, which has notoriously slanted against business, has been so slow that Italian MAGISTRATI simply have no ability to count the numbers or dates. For Entrepreneur Berlusconi, every minute seems like a lifetime. For Italian MAGISTRATI, a lifetime must have been a minute. Or I have no brain to understand Berlusconi’s Mills Trial. Please help me.)

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PART-9: As Italian Court Throws Out Berlusconi Bribery Case, “La Repubblica’s Scarecrow Politician Monti” Learns How To Face The International Media… As Berlusconi’s Successor. “An Optical Illusion”?

(Updated on FEBRUARY 25, 2012) – Italian court throws out Berlusconi bribery case??? Hum… I am now warning [Sgarbi & Co.]. Just shut up! I promise. Sir Berlusconi will travel all over the world with his typical JOLLY interview. So does this computer work. I promise, too. F*cking big mouth of so-called B-disciples will ruin all my hard working. Anyway, I’ve come to the conclusion that I can’t live like this. I’ve not been able to go out to walk for months, and now, not only couple more inches of fat on my waist-or-pelvicmuscles, but also even my back pain is ruing my life. While I have to do what I have to do, don’t you think this is a perfect comment for Berlusconi’s Monti government? I wish everybody a good luck… until I finish what I have to finish. See Ya~
Comment on Feb 6, 3:21 PM said: So, never elected politician (DICTATOR) is mocking people. And you wrote whole article defending him?

(Updated on MARCH 3, 2012) – I resumed this work, after realizing that my sore eyes will never be cured unless I finish this work. And then… I didn’t know that PM Monti was a genuine politician, whose Repubblica interview was the best example of logrolling in International Market. Hum… anyway… to resume this work, I need to check all the “Let’s-Insult-B” sentences from Bloomberg+Ecomonist+WSJ: Italy’s Monti denies he backtracked on deregulation (Mar 2, 2012). As usual, Sir Berlusconi was the only one, the quickest on the draw. Il Cavaliere accusa Napolitano: “Boicottava il mio governo” (Mar 3, 2012) What is Alfano doing, by the way? I am not talking about this typical Italian Jolly Moment, Le bandiere del Pd nel nuovo inno del Pdl (Mar 2, 2012), which looked too humorous to control my laughter. To be a true leader of PdL and B’s political heir, ‘following-&-understanding B’s brain’ is not enough. Alfano needs to foresee B’s political vision. I’ve always thought so, especially since Bossi desperately tried to erase B’s name in Formigoni’s northern Lombardia party, aka Alfano’s Pdl. I wish EVERYBODY a good luck, anyway, including La Repubblica’s scarecrow politician Monti.

(Updated on MARCH 9, 2012) – Hey! I very much enjoy this work whenever it ends up with ‘Tarantini’s Escort/Prostitutes Investigation in Bari’. Always, Ms. You-Know-Who tries to cover her HUGE involvement in Tarantini-business with her tiny achivement in Rubygate. But then, doesn’t ‘The Rubygate’ originally mean ‘B*tches’ Blackmailing’? I had to start my work with Mafia’s Montenegrin call-girl, and then, to my surprise, it ended up with this Italian female, Diana De Feo. I couldn’t believe my eyes. It is not my first time to study private life of B’s male friends-or-relatives. And I always made clear that I don’t like any kinds of b*tch’s boys. But then, whenever I started my work with a scornful attitude, I always had to find suitable reasons about their wondering life and wished them to finally meet a woman of their dreams… someday in their life. But in this case… divorced Diana De Feo could have been a better option for Berlusconi’s PdL. Well, I am not in a situation to judge her life. My only concern is that Diana De Feo is a real brain and her husband is a guy, who feels like a man whenever a b*tch is seducing him into HER bed. I wonder how many times this case has ended up with blackmailing. I’ve never thought about this, and I always thought that Fede was blackmailing You-Know-Who. It means that you need to double check and check again Fede’s favorite females in his WORKING place. It means how difficult it would be for Piersilvio to send a secret message to or confront his father as long as his only concern is viewer ratings and stock price of Mediaset. I’m now starting to figure out which female is under or above Fede. Anyways, the more I learn about Italian females, the more I am stuck with their strong female character. Some ago, I found this same character from Etta Berlusconi. Then, I found this from Elsa Monti, too. They looked all similar. I am sorry to say, but I honestly think that Mr. Monti looks like a typical Italian mama’s boy. And now, I can’t help thinking that Ms. Diana De Feo could have managed a happier life if she had found Monti-like male character as her partner. Who knows? Berlusconi’s Fede would now want to close the last chapter of his life like Mr. Monti. It’s an impossible dream, isn’t it? He now looks way too ugly. Typical example of skirt-chaser’s last days.

(Updated on MARCH 9, 2012)

Italy’s Monti denies he backtracked on deregulation Mar 2, 2012 / By reuters.com
(Reuters) – Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti on Friday denied he had allowed a government deregulation package to be watered down during its passage through parliament, saying this impression was due to “AN OPTICAL ILLUSION“. (…)

(JIWON: Oh well… PM Monti’s remarks sounded so comical… ooops sorry… so impressive that I had to make this part an independent posting.)

Lettera al premier Berlusconi: L’euro, la crisi e il nostro paese Oct 30, 2011 / By Mario Monti
(…) perché non hanno fatto le necessarie riforme strutturali. (…) [= (…) Because they have not made the necessary structural reforms. (…)]

Monti, esordio in Europa con gaffe [=debut with gaffes]: “Credo che potremo andare più decisamente a fondo… [=I think we can go very in depth…]” Nov 23, 2011 / By politica.excite.it
Si è svolto ieri nel segno di numerose pacche sulle spalle, l’incontro del premier Mario Monti (commissario europeo per 10 anni) con i presidenti della Commissione Ue Josè Manuel Barroso e del Consiglio europeo Van Rompuy. Il nuovo presidente del Consiglio italiano è partito con il piede giusto ottenendo subito attestazioni di fiducia. “Conosco Monti da diversi anni, so che è un politico molto impegnato e competente e ha quindi l’autorità per guidare l’Italia in un momento difficile con un senso di urgenza e una direzione di marcia”, ha detto Barroso. Un buon esordio in Europa segnato però da una simpatica gaffe sulla quale è scivolato Monti (…) [= It took place yesterday in a sign of many pats on the back, the meeting of Prime Minister Mario Monti (European Commissioner for 10 years) with the presidents of the EU Commission Jose Manuel Barroso and European Council Van Rompuy. The new Italian Prime Minister started on the right foot immediately getting certificates oftrust. “I know Mountains for several years, I know it’s a very politically engaged and knowledgeable and therefore has the authority to lead Italy into a difficult time with a sense of urgency and direction of travel,” said Barroso. A good start in Europe, however, marked by a nice gaffe on which he slipped Mountains (…)]

(JIWON: Wasn’t the former European Commissioner Mario Monti the one who…)

The end of Berlusconi: Hallelujah Nov 13th 2011 / By economist.com
Italy’s new prime minister: The full Monti Nov 17th 2011 / By economist.com
An interview with Mario Monti: Italy’s great liberaliser? Jan 17th 2012 / By economist.com
Italy’s prime minister: A good professor in Rome Jan 19th 2012 / By economist.com
Italy’s reforms: The Iron Monti Jan 26th 2012 / By economist.com

(JIWON: Wasn’t the former European Commissioner Mario Monti the one who cried The end of Berlusconi: Hallelujah!!! and promised to make a COMPLETE fool of his predecessor Berlusconi?)

La Repubblica scarica il premier [=discharge Monti]: “Bersani meglio di lui [=Bersani better than Monti]” Feb 11, 2012 / By liberoquotidiano.it
Liberalizzazioni? Bersani, da ministro di Prodi, ha fatto meglio di Monti. Parola del quotidiano Repubblica. (…) [= Liberalization? Bersani, as Minister Prodi, has done better than mountains. Word of the daily La Repubblica. (…)]

Liberalization, Monti feels the political. Bersani: “We at the forefront of strengthening them” Feb 11, 2012 / By repubblica.it
The Democratic Party Secretary: “We are the only ones who want to strengthen the government’s plan.” Gasparri: “The amendments will reduce, but will intervene on some issues.” Casini: “We renounce the changes.” Contacts between the premier and the political forces

L’EDITORIALE Feb 11, 2012 / By liberoquotidiano.it
Ieri, in prima pagina, la Repubblica annunciava l’offensiva delle lobby contro il decreto del governo che liberalizza alcune attività e servizi. «Assalto con 2400 emendamenti. Monti pronto alla fiducia». Secondo quanto riferito dal quotidiano diretto da Ezio Mauro, il pressing dei partiti per stravolgere i provvedimenti sarebbe fortissimo. Al punto che, sotto al titolo “Frankenstein in Parlamento”, il vicedirettore Massimo Giannini scriveva di «sonno della ragione che genera mostri», di un’offesa al buon gusto e di intangibilità del sistema corporativo.Probabilmente l’editorialista del quotidiano romano ha ragione. Fra le migliaia di emendamenti presentati ce ne sono un certo numero che tentano di reintrodurre norme a difesa delle categorie toccate da Monti e dalla sua squadra. Però, a leggerle si scopre invece che le proposte presentate in Parlamento rafforzano il decreto e se approvate darebbero un duro colpo ai potentati economici. Dalle liberalizzazioni all’acqua di rose varate dal governo si passerebbe a una vera apertura in mercati oggi iperprotetti. Pensate per esempio alle compagnie di assicurazioni. Mentre con notai e farmacisti l’esecutivo è stato inflessibile e ne ha aumentato il numero per decreto, ai padroni delle polizze ha fatto solletico, introducendo il solo obbligo di presentare oltre al proprio contratto anche un paio di quelli della concorrenza. Un… [= Yesterday, the front page, the Republic announced the offensive lobby against the government decree liberalizing certain activities and services. “Assault with 2400 amendments. Monti ready to trust. “As reported by the newspaper directed by Ezio Mauro, the pressing of the parties to overturn the measures would be very strong. At that point, under the title “Frankenstein in Parliament”, the Deputy Director Massimo Giannini wrote the “sleep of reason produces monsters,” an insult to good taste and inviolability of the system corporativo. Probabilmente newspaper columnist Roman reason. Among the thousands of amendments, there are a number who try to re-introduce rules to protect the stakeholders affected by Monti and his team. However, it turns out instead to read the proposals presented in Parliament strengthen the decree and if approved would give a blow to the economic powers. From liberalization rosewater launched by the Government would pass it to a real opening in markets today overpro-tected. Think for example insurance companies. While notaries and pharmacists with the executive was inflexible and has increased the number by decree, to the owners of the business did tickle, introducing the obligation to present only in addition to his contract a couple of the competition. A…]

(JIWON: Three different articles on Feb 11, 2012. On that day, I had no clue about this word, ‘Liberalizzazioni’, and did my usual work, organizing ‘looking-interesting’ headlines in La Repubblica. Since ‘L’articolo 18 + Bersani’ was my main concern, I only saved its translated version in English because of Casini’s collaboration with La Repubblica’s Bersani. It was only on March 2 when I found article about Italy’s Monti denies he backtracked on deregulation that I realized that La Repubblica’s articles about ‘Liberalizzazioni’ were equally important. It’s interesting, too, that this newspaper, www.liberoquotidiano.it pops up whenever I start Google-News Search.)

Investors ‘don’t trust Berlusconi the ‘clown’ Oct 25, 2011 / By news.bbc.co.uk

Italy’s Monti denies he backtracked on deregulation Mar 2, 2012 / By reuters.com
(Reuters) – Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti on Friday denied he had allowed a government deregulation package to be watered down during its passage through parliament, saying this impression was due to “an optical illusion”. Monti presented the legislation to open up various areas of the service sector in January, dubbing it a “Grow Italy” package in contrast to his “Save Italy” austerity plan presented a month earlier. Asked by reporters in Brussels if he was worried about the changes to the package, Monti replied: “I would be very worried if it had been watered down, but we acted with great determination to prevent any backsliding and I’d like to correct this optical illusion.” (…)

(JIWON: Now, Let’s enjoy a genuine politician Monti’s terrific media play and his thick skin. It took THREE months for “the Symbol of Italian Intellectual” to behave… just like Berlusconi, the “Symbol of Italian Clown”.)

Time: i due Super Mario possono salvare il mondo? No, non da soli, ci vuole una soluzione dell’eurozona Nov 30, 2011 / By ilsole24ore.com
Time: two Super Mario can save the world? No, not alone, we need a solution for eurozone

Sull’Economist Berlusconi clown e Draghi pompiere [In Economist, Clown Berlusconi & Fireman Draghi] Oct 27, 2011 / By lastampa.it
La vignetta del settimanale britannico: Due italiani all’antipodi: uno può salvare l’euro, l’altro rischia di affondarlo. Così l’Economist in edicola domani “disegna” Draghi e Berlusconi, in un articolo intitolato “The Economist: A tale of two Italians” in cui il presidente del Consiglio viene rappresentato vestito da clown. Il presidente della Bce, invece, è un pompiere che getta acqua per spegnere l’incendio che avvolge la moneta unica. [= The vignette of the British weekly: All’antipodi two Italians, one can save the euro, the other is likely to sink it. So the Economist on newsstands tomorrow “draw” Draghi and Berlusconi, in an article titled “The Economist: A tale of two Italians” in which the Prime Minister is portrayed dressed as clowns. The ECB president, however, is a firefighter who pours water to extinguish flames surrounding the single currency.]

(JIWON: Whether The Economist’s favorite Italian is ‘This Super Mario’ or ‘That Super Mario’… Whether or not the British analysis usually sounds inferior to the Italian one…)

Lettera al premier Berlusconi: L’euro, la crisi e il nostro paese Oct 30, 2011 / By Mario Monti
(…) perché non hanno fatto le necessarie riforme strutturali. (…) Confido, signor presidente, che prevalga in Lei l’ambizione di riportare l’Italia nel ruolo che le appartiene in Europa, accelerando in silenzio il risanamento, rispetto a quella di un successo elettorale a tutti i costi per la Sua parte politica, ma in un Paese sempre più populista, distaccato dall’Europa e magari visto come responsabile di un fallimento dell’integrazione europea. [= (…) Because they have not made the necessary structural reforms. (…) I am confident, Mr. President, that prevails in her ambition to bring Italy into the role that belongs in Europe, accelerating consolidation in silence, as compared to that of a successful election at all costs for your political party, but in an increasingly populist country, detached from Europe and maybe seen as responsible for failure of European integration.]

(JIWON: Isn’t PM Monti the one, who despised Clown Berlusconi’s Populist Italy? I thought so.)

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PART-10: As Justice Reform Might Blow Up Berlusconi’s Rubygate, “La Repubblica’s Scarecrow Politician Monti” Learns How To Blame Italian Media… Except La Repubblica.

(Updated on MARCH 13, 2012) – Tired… I need one more day to finish organizing B’s Rubygate trials up to now. I now realize why La Repubblica, which was crazy at EDITING b*tches’ phone conversations, tried not to report this, the trial itself. Already now, Ruby was something Mubarak for PM Berlusconi, who was moved by this 27-yr-old-looking girl’s liar about her trying-to-self-made girl story and wanted to help her start her professional career. Anyway… tomorrow… And then… I want to read B’s Corriere del Ticino Interview and the answer from this newspaper. I didn’t know that it was that long… sigh.

(Updated on MARCH 14, 2012) – Accident! The computer is out of order. AS-Center says that the main board is gone. I can do nothing until this problem is fixed. Nor can I check the Italian newspapers, of course. I don’t know how long it will take, since I didn’t make back-up files. Until then… bye. But I don’t think I need new information about La Repubblica’s media play on the issue of Monti’s Labor reforms. I’m done on this issue and only need to make a detailed report about this happening. See ya.

(Updated on MARCH 17, 2012) – I don’t want to buy a new computer. I returned to the old one. Great that this computer is working. Weird that Internet is also working. When this computer received a computer-virus from VOA(VoiceOfAmerica)’s Itzhak Perlman article/mp3, I intentionally didn’t fix it and promised to finish this work as quickly as possible. Please ask Zubin Mehta why I couldn’t finish it. When was it? What I feel funny is that the recent behaviors of Barenboim’s Russian whore, Elena Bashkirova, finally proves that Daniel Barenboim has been the one, who was behind all those f*cking happenings, instructing all the detailed behaviors of WEDO members. It means that La Scala is already full of Italian Trashes. No wonder mediocre guest conductors are reported to sound superior to Barenboim’s La Scala. This time, I can finish this computer work. This computer is so old, so slow that it will allow me to concentrate on what is a MUST. First of all, I never want to steal a penny from my family any more. I am the best one to know the real meaning of parasite. This is why I know how much Italians are sick of all the heroines of Rubygate, a symbol of Italian parasite. It never means that Italian voters are sick of porno shows. It’s a different story.

(Updated on MARCH 17, 2012)

Bavaglio: i giornali si girano di là. Corruzione dilaga. Fornero soggiace a Camusso Mar 17, 2012 / By blitzquotidiano.it
Le prime pagine dei giornali nazionali o a grande diffusione italiani di oggi hanno in comune alcuni temi: la riforma del lavoro, la corruzione, il ritorno della legge bavaglio, la Fiat. Interessante è vedere come li trattano. [= Gags: the newspapers are running beyond. Corruption is rampant. Fornero underlies Camusso: The front pages of national newspapers or widespread Italians of today have in common themes: labor reform, corruption, the return of the gag law, Fiat. It is interesting to see how they treat them.]
(…) Questa del bavaglio era diventata una bandiera della guerra a Berlusconi e ci eravamo ben sputtanati nel mondo, ma alla Camera, ai tempi di Romano Prodi, tutti i partiti, inclusi Pd e Idv, tranne nove deputati, avevano già approva to l’infame legge. Ora ritorna ed è ammirevole come Liana Milella, su Repubblica, pattina tra bavaglio e concussione, nuova frontiera del salvacondotto a Berlusconi, su cui Repubblica in prima pagina scrive: “Polemica. La Procura: processo Berlusconi – Ruby a rischio”. [= (…) This gag was to become a flag of war and we were well sputtanati Berlusconi in the world, but the House, at the time of Romano Prodi, all parties, including PD and IDV, except for nine deputies, had already approved to the infamous Law. Now back and is admirable as Liana Milella, of Repubblica, flap between gag and concussion, new frontier of safe conduct to Berlusconi, on which Repubblica in the first page he writes: “Controversy. Attorney: Berlusconi trial – Ruby at risk.”]

(JIWON: A comical report from today’s Italy. I think it is about this article from La Repubblica; “Giustizia, la riforma della concussionepotrebbe far saltare il processo Ruby [= Justice, the reform of bribery could skip the Ruby trial])

Bavaglio: i giornali si girano di là. Corruzione dilaga. Fornero soggiace a Camusso Mar 17, 2012 / By blitzquotidiano.it
(…) L’argomento che si impone alle prime pagine è però quello del lavoro, nelle parole del Corriere della Sera “l’accordo che divide. Le imprese unite criticano la riforma. Frena anche Camusso”. Repubblica la vede dalla parte del sindacato: “Articolo 18, lo stop della Cgil”. [= The argument that it imposes on the first pages, however, is that of labor, in the words of the Corriere della Sera “the divisive agreement. The joint ventures are critical of the reform. Brake also Camusso “. Repubblica sees from the union: “Article 18, the stop of the CGIL.”]
Il Sole 24 Ore porta il lamento straziante delle imprese: “Lavoro, l’allarme delle imprese. Il piano Fornero sull’art. 18: per motivi economici scatta il risarcimento. Troppi oneri e vincoli che mettono a rischio occupazione e crescita. Confindustria: attenzione sulla flessibilità in entrata. Ecco come cambierà l’articolo 18: reintegro solo per discriminazione, risarcimento per motivi economici, sui disciplinari decide il giudice”. Si segnala un articolo di Marco Simoni: “I vincoli alla flessibilità. Più che una bozza è un boomerang”. [= Il Sole 24 Ore business brings the heartbreaking lament: “I work, the alarm business. The floor on Article Fornero. 18: for economic compensation for clicks. Too many burdens and constraints that jeopardize jobs and growth. Confindustria: focus on flexibility in the entry. Here’s how to change Article 18: reinstatement only for discrimination, compensation for economic reasons, the judge decides on disciplinary.” Please note an article by Marco Simoni:” The constraints to flexibility. More than a draft is a boomerang.”]
Libero non è politicamente corretto: “Articolo 18, di epocale c’è la presa in giro”. [= Libero is not politically correct: “Article 18, the landmark is the joke.”]

(JIWON: I am still trying to figure out the exact identity of this Italian newspaper. What is interesting is that it is easy to figure out the right-wing media in Italy. It is, however, very difficult to identify the left-wing media or distinguish them from the gossip newspapers/magazines. Especially in Italy, the real left-wing media don’t seem to exist. So far, I only found one and it was a real newspaper run by ‘The Communists’. I much prefer their report to ‘Hypocritical La Repubblica’, because it’s fun to find that they usually insult Prodi’s bourgeois Partito Democratico rather than ‘Whatsoever Berlusconi’. I also wonder why it’s been impossible to find their article since The end of Berlusconi: Hallelujah!!! or Italy’s new prime minister: The full Monti or An interview with Mario Monti: Italy’s great liberaliser? or Italy’s reforms: The Iron Monti. Anyway, I couldn’t understand why www.liberoquotidiano.it was introduced as ‘non è politicamente corretto’, so I wanted to know more.)

(Updated on MARCH 19, 2012) – I am trying. But I now think that I will write my REAL message about La Repubblica only after the final vote… sigh. It might be better, perhaps.

Belpietro: art 18, di epocale c’è la presa in giro [=Article 18, the landmark is the joke] Mar 17, 2012 / By liberoquotidiano.it
Licenziare i fannulloni sarà impossibile come prima perché a decidere sarà una toga. Assumere sarà più costoso e complicate [= Lay off the slackers will be impossible to decide as before because it will be a toga. Hiring will be more expensive and complicated]

(JIWON: Is this article what is called ‘non è politicamente corretto’?)

Stuck in Recession, Italy Takes on Labor Laws That Divide the Generations Mar 19, 2012 / By nytimes.com
(…) LABOR REFORM (…) Without such changes, experts say, Italy is headed toward an economic and social implosion, with a rise in under-the-table work and a looming pension crunch, now that Italy bases pensions on years of social security contributions and not a worker’s final salary at retirement age. (…) The most delicate topic on Mr. Monti’s agenda is the infamous Article 18 of the Italian labor statute of the 1970s, long a sticking point in labor talks. It states that workers cannot be fired without just cause and, if fired, can sue their companies to be reinstated — cases they generally win in Italy’s employee-friendly courts. While such cases are pending in the notoriously slow legal system, companies are required to keep fired workers on the payroll, a system that critics say rewards the clever at the expense of a company’s solvency.
Last week, Mr. Monti held talks … Mr. Boeri, the economist, said that some of the proposed changes to Article 18 appeared to be a compromise that would satisfy neither workers, because protections would be reduced, nor employers, because some laid-off workers could still sue to be reinstated. “This reform risks being” something “which changes everything in order not to change anything,” he said. Labor unions in particular have said that changes to labor laws would effect the entire economy and society. (…) But today, the unions represent more retirees than workers, and younger Italians have come to see them as part of the problem. (…)

(JIWON: Weird is that The New York Times sounds exactly same as this Italian newspaper, which has been the least favorite of Bloomberg’s La Repubblica. I am now too tired to post Bloomberg articles. But I did save them, which have kept their mouth shut on this issue.

During this computer work, it was fun to watch “The Battle of the Italian Newspapers”. Since The end of Berlusconi: Hallelujah!!!, I’ve worried that www.ilfattoquotidiano.it might face bankruptcy. It’s not my opinion. One English article said so. Then, Italian minor newspapers seemed to tease their archrival duo “Libero + Il Giornale” whenever someone sued these right-wing newspapers. And then, it looked as if La Repubblica’s Enemy No.1 has become not “Berlusconi’s Il Giornale” but “Libero”. But it was not until Berlusconi’s Libero interview that I realized Libero was www.liberoquotidiano.it. I thought that this newspaper, along with www.dagospia.com or www.lettera43.it or www.giornalettismo.com or www.blitzquotidiano.it, is a archrival tabloid of La Repubblica or www.ilfattoquotidiano.it, which never failed to report about “B*tches’ Blackmailing” and their disgustingly extravagant tastes. In fact, I had a great time with brothers and sisters of www.liberoquotidiano.it, which has even become Emilio Fede’s least favorite newspaper. 😉 )

La Camusso ringrazia Elsa, Marcegaglia la maledice [= Camusso thanks Elsa, he curses Marcegaglia] Mar 14, 2012 / By liberoquotidiano.it
Cgil ottimista sull’accordo sulla riforma: “Maturano cose positive”. Confindustria contro Fornero: “Su imprese paccata doppia” [= CGIL optimistic on the agreement on the reform: “ripen positive things.” Confindustria against Fornero: “On enterprises paccata double”]

Italian Business Lobbies Criticize Proposed Labor Law Overhaul Mar 16, 2012 / By nasdaq.com

(JIWON: Weird is that the very financial paper www.nasdaq.com reports just like www.liberoquotidiano.it. If you check La Repubblica, a photo of Emma Marcegaglia gladly hugging PM Monti tells you everything.)

Belpietro: art 18, di epocale c’è la presa in giro [=Article 18, the landmark is the joke] Mar 17, 2012 / By liberoquotidiano.it

Libero, Corriere e Sole: il nuovo articolo 18 è un autogol [=New Article 18 is an own goal] Mar 17, 2012 / By liberoquotidiano.it
Per il direttore di Libero Maurizio Belpietro, la riforma Fornero è n autogol. Peggio, una boiata pazzesca. (…) [= For Libero’s director Maurizio Belpietro, Fornero’s reform is n own goal. Worse, a boiata crazy. (…)]

(JIWON: Interestingly, this newspaper reports more.)

Libero, Corriere e Sole: il nuovo articolo 18 è un autogol [=New Article 18 is an own goal] Mar 17, 2012 / By liberoquotidiano.it
Libero e il giornale di Confindustria: la riforma del lavoro è un guaio. Corsera contesta la lentezza con cui il governo sta procedendo [= Libero and Confindustria’s newspaper: labor reform is a mess. Corsera criticizes the slowness with which the government is proceeding]
Per il direttore di Libero Maurizio Belpietro, la riforma Fornero è n autogol. Peggio, una boiata pazzesca. La riforma del lavoro e la modifica dell’articolo 18 rischia di peggiorare la già critica situazione dell’occupazione in Italia. Di “epocale”, infatti, c’è poco. Licenziare i fannulloni rischia di restare impossibile come prima, perché a decidere sarà un giudice. Questo significa che le aziende dovranno sottoporsi alla solita via Crucis. Esecutivo e partiti dicono di ispirarsi al modello tedesco. Balle: lì le toghe decidono nel 99% dei casi per il risarcimento, qui per il reintegro del lavoratore licenziato. Dall’altra parte, gli ammortizzatori sociali e la flessibilità in entrata. Niente da fare: ancora solo “contro” per le aziende. Assumere sarà più costoso e complicato. Non a caso, è soprattutto Confindustria ad essere critica con la bozza proposta dal governo e dal ministro Elsa Fornero, mentre i sindacati (Camusso e Cgil in testa) si dimostrano insolitamente ottimisti. Altro che crescita e sviluppo: se l’obiettivo di Monti e Fornero era quello di modernizzare e rendere più fluido il mercato del lavoro, la riforma ancora da concretizzare non lascia intendere nulla di buono. [= For Libero’s director Maurizio Belpietro, Fornero’s reform is n own goal. Worse, a boiata crazy. The labor reform, and that Article 18 is likely to worsen the already critical situation of employment in Italy. Of “epochal” In fact, there is little. Lay off the slackers may not be as before, because a judge will decide. This means that companies will have to undergo the usual way of the Cross. Executive and political parties say they draw inspiration from the German model. Bales: there togas decide in 99% of cases for compensation, here for the reinstatement of the dismissed worker. On the other hand, redundancy and flexibility in the entry. Nothing to do yet only “cons” for companies. Hiring will be more expensive and complicated. Not surprisingly, Confindustria is primarily to be critical of the draft proposed by the government and the Minister Elsa Fornero, while the trade unions (CGIL Camusso and foremost) will prove unusually optimistic. Other than growth and development: if the goal of Mountains and Fornero was to modernize and streamline the labor market, yet to realize the reform does not suggest any good.]
L’ attacco del Corriere Non solo Belpietro. Anche il Corriere della Sera, in un fondo a firma di Francesco Giavazzi, attacca il premier e il suo governo: nonostante lo spread sia in calo, l’emergenza economica pe ril nostro Paese non è ancora finita. Lo bastona sulle liberalizzazioni, che secondo le promesse iniziali del professore avrebbero dovuto essere approvate entre metà gennaio. “Ma – scrive Giavazzi – siamo a metà marzo e il decreto sulle liberalizzazioni aspetta ancora la sua approvazione definitiva da parte del Parlamento e le norme sul mercato del lavoro non sono state ancora portate in consiglio di ministri”. Secondo Giavazzi non è solo una questione di calendario, ma più i tempi si dilatano, più le corporazioni che con queste norme si vorrebbero colpire riescono a organizzarsi per evitarle. Insomma, Giavazzi rimprovera a Monti la tempistica che si è dilatata enormemente rispetto alle previsioni. Per quanto riguarda la riforma del mercato del lavoro, scrive: “Su queste norme si gioca il futuro del Paese, se le pressioni corporative o dei suoi colleghi, dovessero chiederle un passo indietro, Elsa Fornero, dovrebbe con lo stile le la determinazione che la caratterizzano, abbandonarli al loro destino” [= The attack of Corriere not only Belpietro. The Corriere della Sera, in a fund signed by Francesco Giavazzi, attacking the prime minister and his government: although the spread is falling, the economic emergency pe ril our country is not over yet. The beats on deregulation, which according to its initial promise of the professor should have been approved entre mid-January. “But – Giavazzi write – we’re halfway through March and the decree on liberalization is still waiting for its final approval by Parliament and the rules on the labor market have not yet been brought to the council of ministers.” According to Giavazzi is not just a matter of timing, but more time is dilated, more corporations that want to hit you with these standards can organize to avoid them. In short, Giavazzi criticizes Monti timing that has spread dramatically than expected.Regarding the reform of the labor market, writes: “On these rules you play the country’s future, whether corporate or pressures of his colleagues, were to ask you a step back, Elsa Fornero, should determine the style that characterize, abandoning them to their fate”]
L’affondo del Sole 24ore Il giornale di Confindustria rissume le ragioni per cui la riforma coìsì com’è stata concepita porterà un calo dell’occupazione – “Più che una bozza, un boomerang”, titola il quotidiano economico. “Non c’è nelle bozze alcune sforzo di semplificazione tramite l’accorpamento o l’abolizione di alcune forme contrattuali o la loro integrazione in un nuovo contratto a tempo indeterminato”. Per il quotidiano ancora meno convincente della permanenza di una selva di contratti è l’idea di aumentare i contributi sociali per i lavoratori flessibili che, rileva, non avrà nessun effetto sulla precariertà che continua ad aumentare. La conclusione è chiarissima: “Il lavoro flessibile non costerà di più, al contrario i precari guadagneranno meno e, laddove le aziende non fossero in grado di scaricare sul lavoratore i costi aggiuntivi, esse assumeranno meno” [= The thrust of the Sole 24 Ore newspaper The Confindustria rissume the reasons why the reform was conceived as coìsì will bring a decline in employment – “More than a draft, a boomerang,” the business daily headlines. “There is some effort to simplify the proofs through the amalgamation or abolition of certain forms of contracts or their integration into a new contract for an indefinite period.” For the newspaper even less convincing than the permanence of a forest of contracts is the idea of increasing social security contributions for flexible workers, notes, will have no effect on precariertà that continues to increase. The conclusion is clear: “Flexible working does not cost more, unlike the gain less precarious, and where companies are not able to download the additional employee costs, they will be taking less”]

Al Prof salta la mosca al naso “Giornali non dicono il vero” Mar 17, 2012 / By liberoquotidiano.it
Il premier replica a Libero, Corriere e Sole su liberalizzazioni e sul lavoro: “Data immagine distorta alla pubblica opinione” [= To Prof skips the fly on the nose “Newspapers do not tell the truth”: Prime Minister replies to “Libero, Corriere and Sole” about “liberalization and labor”: “Given the distorted image of public opinion”]
(…) Libero + Il Corriere della Sera + Il Sole 24 Ore (…) E al prof Mario Monti salta la mosca al naso. Alla Fiera di Rho-Pero, alle porte di Milano, in occasione del convegno di Confindustria, il presidente del Consiglio risponde senza peli sulla lingua all’editorialista del Corriere della Sera, Francesco Giavazzi, che oggi sul quotidiano parla delle liberalizzazioni come di una carta bruciata. “Non accetto questa affermazione – dice dal palco del convegno Cambia Italia – perchè non è bruciata. Avrò modo di rappresentare alla stampa il contenuto delle liberalizzazioni, capisco che qualche lettore possa essere stato deluso nel leggere giorno dopo giorno che taxi, farmacisti, notai e avvocati intervenivano sul governo. Ma come rsulterà chiaro fra qualche giorno, il governo ha usato tutti gli elementi per ristabilire il quantum di liberalizzazioni”. Il premier, poi, allarga le sue critiche alla carta stampata tout court, rea a suo dire di aver dato un immagine talvolta distorta dell’operato suo e del suo governo, tanto in materia di liberalizzazoni, quanto in tema di lavoro. [= (…) Libero + Il Corriere della Sera + Il Sole 24 Ore (…) And to Professor Mario Monti skips the fly on the nose. The Rho-Pero, near Milan, at the conference of Confindustria, the Prime Minister meets outspoken all’editorialista the Corriere della Sera, Francesco Giavazzi, who today speaks of liberalization in the newspaper as a paper burned. “I do not accept this statement – he said from the stage of Italy Change conference – why did not burn. I will have to represent the contents of the press liberalization, I understand that some readers may have been disappointed to read day after day as taxi cabs, pharmacists, notaries and lawyers intervened on the government. But as rsulterà clear in a few days, the government has used all the elements to restore the quantum of liberalization”. The Prime Minister, then widens his criticism of the press tout court, guilty in his opinion he had given a distorted picture at times the work of his and his government, both in terms of liberalizzazoni, because in terms of work.]

(JIWON: Weirdly enough, the target is being changed. Should I go to Corriere della Sera? This report should not be biased and this right-wing media should not be given too much credit.)

Editoriali: L’emergenza non è finita [= The emergency is not over] Mar 17, 2012 / By corriere.it, Francesco Giavazzi

E Monti replica a Giavazzi «Eccesso di impazienza [=Excess of impatience]» Mar 17, 2012 / By corriere.it, Mario Monti

(JIWON: If you still can’t draw a clear picture about this happening…)

Giavazzi vs Monti: il derby al Corriere della Sera Mar 17, 2012 / By giornalettismo.com
La sfida a distanza tra gli economisti bocconiani. L’editorialista attacca. Il premier risponde alle accuse [= The challenge of distance between Bocconian (Uni.) economists. Columnist attacks. The prime minister responds to allegations]
Dalle colonne del Corriere della Sera Francesco Giavazzi attacca frontalmente Mario Monti, il Premier risponde alle accuse innescando un caso, via Solferino corre ai ripari correggendo il tiro del suo editorialista: tira aria pesante dalle parti del primo quotidiano del paese per le divergenze tra illustri economisti. L’imbarazzo è prevedibile se uno dei due duellanti è firma autorevole del giornale, e se l’altro è presidente del Consiglio gradito alla stessa testata. (…) [= From the columns of the Corriere della Sera, Francesco Giavazzi frontal attack Mario Monti, the Premier responds to allegations triggering a case, via Solferino was quick to act by correcting the pitch of its editorial: the air is heavy by the parties of the first newspaper in the country for the differences between eminent economists. The embarrassment is expected if one of the two combatants is authoritative signature of the newspaper, and if the other is president of the Council welcome the same head. (…)]

(JIWON: Here you go. As usual, this newspaper serves with the most terrific headline about today’s Italy. Even though its English translation frequently gives me a headache…)

Il Corriere pizzica il premier: sarà mica comunista? [= Corriere pinches Monti: Is he a communist?] Jan 2, 2012 / By liberoquotidiano.it
Finita la luna di miele, Alesina e Giavazzi picconano il prof: “Non c’è crescita e nemmeno equità. Puniti gli onesti”. Ecco l’agenda [= After the honeymoon, Alesina and Giavazzi picconano Professor: “There is no growth nor equity. Punished honest.” Here is the agenda]

Monti contro il suo sponsor: insulti al Corriere della Sera [= Monti against his sponsor: insult to Corriere] Feb 16, 2012 / By liberoquotidiano.it
Il premier se la prende con il giornale che più lo ha sostenuto. La colpa? Un articolo contro i casi di nepotismo nel governo [= The premier takes issue with the newspaper that most supported him. The blame? An article against nepotism in government]
A Strasburgo Mario Monti ne ha avuto per tutti: Euroscettici, gufi anti-Italia, Merkel, Sarkozy. Ieri, però, il premier si è preso lo sfizio di bacchettare pure la stampa. Ed è la prima volta che Monti si scaglia in maniera dura e diretta contro i giornali. Obbiettivo dei suoi strali è l’inviato del Corriere Ivo Caizzi. Reo, ai suoi occhi, di aver scritto un articolo sulle raccomandazioni e i casi di nepotismo che avrebbero favorito la carriera professionale di alcuni membri dell’esecutivo, Monti compreso. “Credo che il mio governo potrà fare pochissimo visto che alla sua testa c’è una persona arrivata in questa posizione per una serie di raccomandazioni, come lei ha mirabilmente descritto”, ha detto piccato, rispondendo in conferenza stampa a una domanda del giornalista. Che però alle agenzie ha confermato punto per punto il suo articolo di lunedì per il quotidiano di via Solferino. Giornale che, finora, a parte qualche articolo critico di Francesco Giavazzi, è stato uno dei principali sponsor del governo Monti. Sarà ancora così? [= In Strasbourg Mario Monti has been for all: Eurosceptic, anti-owls Italy, Merkel, Sarkozy. Yesterday, however, the prime minister has taken the whim of bacchettare well as printing. It is the first time that Monti throws so hard and directed against the newspapers. Target of his arrows is the envoy of Corriere Ivo Caizzi. Reo, in his eyes that he had written an article on the recommendations and nepotism which would have assisted the careers of some members of the executive, including Monti. “I believe that my government can do very little because his head is a person arrived in this position for a number of recommendations, as she has admirably described,” he said piqued, at a press conference responding to a question from a journalist. But the agency has confirmed point by point his article for the newspaper on Monday via Solferino. Newspaper that, so far, except for some critical article by Francesco Giavazzi, was one of the main sponsors of the government Mountains. Will remain so?]

(JIWON: And then, I now find that the recent happening is not the first time PM Monti openly expressed his frustration/anger against Corriere della Sera. What did the International partners of La Repubblica report while crying The end of Berlusconi: Hallelujah!!! and being crazy at comparing Le differenze tra Monti e Berlusconi sono notevoli… a partire dal comportamento durante le conferenze stampa…? Weird that I read the exactly same article in English, but now, I only find its Italian version; “Si passa per le facili battute e dai sorrisi, alla sobrietà e professionalità di Monti: puntiglioso, decisionista, insuperabile in italiano, storia e geografia… [=The differences between Monti and Berlusconi are great … from the behavior at press conferences, have different ways of approaching. It goes for the easy jokes and smiles, to sobriety and professionalism of the Monti: punctilious, decision maker, unsurpassed in Italian history and geography…]

Did it take YEARS for Clown Berlusconi to lose his temper in front of International media, which used to be full of false reports? It took LESS THAN THREE months for Super Mario Monti to lose his temper in front of Italian media, which only report facts and facts. Hadn’t he been a hand-picked ECONOMISTA BOCCONIANO as an NON-elected prime minister of technocrat government, his whatsoever attitudes/behaviors/responses would have been justified. Perhaps, PM Monti himself has a tendency to underestimate anything Italian, just like La Repubblica. But unlike La Repubblica, I don’t find any information suggesting that PM Monti is a non-Italian blood. To be honest, I valued this ECONOMISTA BOCCONIANO as a pure Italian blood when La Repubblica and its international partners, British in particular, dubbed him Something-German.

What I am sure of one thing is that I know what the former article means. Il Corriere pizzica il premier: sarà mica comunista? [= Corriere pinches Monti: Is he a communist?] (Jan 2, 2012) In those days, La Repubblica’s Napolitano President was behind PM Monti’s technocrat government. President Napolitano suddenly changed his attitude the moment I announced this computer work on this issue and pretended to be XYZ. But still, he didn’t seem to give up his grand project toward his second presidential term with the help of NON-elected prime minister. Hum… 😉 )

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PART-11: Hey! Was www.ilsole24ore.com Originally The Most Favorite Media Of Super Mario Monti’s Technocrat Government? Weird…

(Updated on MARCH 19, 2012)

(JIWON: While learning about hilarious battle between Corriere della Sera and PM Monti, this newspaper www.liberoquotidiano.it gave me one more interesting information.)

Monti, un governo tecnico? Macchè: governo dei giornali [= a caretaker government? But no: Government of Newspapers] Nov 30, 2011 / By liberoquotidiano.it
Il governo dei tecnici? Il governo dei Bocconiani? Macché, quello guidato da Mario Monti è il governo dei giornali e dei giornalisti. Una moltitudine tra ministri e sottosegretari nominati dal professore di varese, infatti, hanno scritto per i principali quotidiani nazionali. Il vincitore – e chi sennò? – non poteva che essere che Il Sole 24 Ore. Sul foglio di Confindustria, infatti, hanno scritto il ministro dell’Ambiente Corrado Clini, la ministra del XYZ… [= The government of technicians? The Government of Bocconi? Nah, the one led by Mario Monti is the Government of Newspapers and Journalists. A host of ministers and secretaries appointed by the professor of Varese, in fact, have written for major national newspapers. The winner – who else? – Could only be that Il Sole 24 Ore. On the sheet of Confindustria, in fact, wrote Minister XYZ…]

(JIWON: Yeap! I know what it means.)

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