Thursday, October 27, 2011

Italian MPs go the ‘full boona’ and swap punches and trade insults in Italian parliament over pension reforms, brawl in front of children!

Dear All


We are seeing the continual breakdown of society as the political have run out of ideas, except one.

Prop up the banks which are effectively killing countries in debt.

Riots in Greece, riots in Britain and a wave of activism in America and elsewhere as ordinary people click that their ‘representatives’ don’t serve them but the banks.

Tensions are rising, a storm is coming as the banking system is going to collapse; Greece is going to default on its debts that will ripple through the entire EU.

Across the road in sunny Italy, rising tensions in Italy's parliament came to a head as MPs brawled.

The Italians are like Greece heading towards the point of no return for financial meltdown.

More and more money is being pumping into a financial black hole with no benefit.

At the helm controversial prime minister Silvio Berlusconi.

He has his own problems as he frantically tried to convince Europe he can save the country.

So, in the parliament, a punch up erupted as MPs from the Northern League took on members of the opposition FLI party headed by Berlusconi's former ally Gianfranco Fini.

Gianfranco Fini had enough of sleazy Berlusconi following his numerous sex scandals.

It seems that Berlusconi still thinks he is between 21 and 35 years old, jet set playboy with plenty of cash and power.

To set the ball rolling the Northern League MPs saw red after Fini appeared on Italian TV to discuss Berlusconi's proposed pension reforms, which he had agreed with Northern League leader Umberto Bossi allegedly in return for the prime minister to step down in January and make way for elections.

Speaking on a popular political show Fini had ridiculed Bossi and said that 'everyone knows his wife retired at 39'.

In politics, the unwritten rule is that people’s families are strictly off limits.

This outburst prompted heckling in parliament from supporters of both men and which eventually led to blows being exchanged in amazing scenes.

Marco Reguzzoni accused Fini of 'scandalous behaviour' and once he had finished speaking Claudio Barbaro of the FLI and Fabio Rainieri of the League squared up to each other and started trading punches as colleagues dived in to pull them apart.

At one point both men had grabbed each other by the throat as two other MPs also tried to join in and the brawl was eventually broken up by ushers.

Deputy speaker Rosy Bindi was forced to suspend the session for several minutes until calm returned.

Unfortunately, the Speaker was also forced to apologise to a group of children who were in parliament to see how MPs worked.

Well now they know.

Deputy speaker Rosy Bindi said to the children:

“I'm sorry you have had to see this very unedifying spectacle.”

Expect more unrest and riots, the occupy group spring up everywhere will lead to civil unrest and when the Euro collapses due to no more money being available and austerity goes to far, expect real trouble.

If you have any savings then buy Gold and Silver, FIAT money is collapsing and the rumour of China moving towards a gold backed Renminbi (RMB) will maybe prove to be a tipping point.

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University

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