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FT: a new term for Mr Berlusconi would be a disaster for Italy


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Unfortunately at least 1/3 of Italians are politically illiterate. In almost 20 years they haven't yet learned that Mr Berlusconi is a dangerous clown who has brought Italy on the brink of bankruptcy and disaster.
Not to mention that he has managed to make Italy the laughing stock of the Western World.

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I absolutely agree with you. As an Italian myself (the real kind, not because my family has a pasta recipe), I have been very dismayed to watch from afar as Berlusconi takes Italy down from the inside. The first term wasn't SO bad, but since then he has run amuck, seemingly with no restraint from any voice of reason from ANY side of the table.

The only difference between him and other dictators from history? He smiles at the cameras and puts on a good show. The result is still the same: suffering of the people.

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Would be cool if Beppe Grillo won that would shake europe up a little

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Would be cool if Beppe Grillo won that would shake europe up a little


I am not sure if Mr Grillo and his followers really know what they want. Many ideas sound good.

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The entire politics class took the nation to ruin. Beppe Grillo is the last chance for italian people.

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I will say that his policy to tackle issues individually and not look at them from a preconceived position dictated by party politics is something all governments can learn from...

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nothing will ever change. Why you go to vote?

 what has changed, for the people, in the last 30 years?

nothing.



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yes, let only the corrupted vote... i totally disagree smith@@!

 

sorry for reviving an old thread, but i had to answer. :)







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