Wednesday, May 03, 2006

Different Italian Styles

These days there are Italians who risk their lives.

Italian soldiers in Afghanistan

There are Italians who lose their lives

Funeral ceremony of three Italian soldiers killed last week in Iraq

There are Italians who enjoy their lives

Mr Pecoraro Scanio, leader of the Green Party, member of Mr Prodi's coalition, attending the funeral ceremony of the three Italian soldiers yesterday


Anonymous siro said...

Very beautiful post, Enzo.
It gives the idea of how seriously the "sinistri" take the death of our three heroes.
I can just add that Mr. Pecoraro Scanio will probably become the Italian Minister of Agriculture. Would you like to be represented by such a person?

8:12 PM  
Blogger The Doc said...

Minister of my potatoes! In my opinion he's not fit to be a Minister! So no Pecoraro Scanio, no Diliberto, no Luxuria, no Allam, no Bonino, no Rashid,
no D'Alema, no Bertinotti, no Prodi. Damn!!! We want Silvio Back!

8:51 PM  
Anonymous Debbie said...

Let me try to leave a comment again. Blogger is acting very slow today. I hope they did not get hacked like I did last night.

The post is very moving. Pictures can say so much more than words sometimes.

11:17 PM  
Blogger The Doc said...

Thank you Debbie. I've had problems with blogger myself today. Everything seems fine now.

11:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Enzo, più che la risata aberra la linguaccia degna di un camaleonte....


4:05 PM  
Anonymous Esperimento said...

I can't see the first 2 pics :(

4:34 PM  
Anonymous Esperimento said...

Non metterei nello stesso pentolone Scanio e Bonino, Allam e Rashid, anche se sono alleati...

4:37 PM  
Blogger The Doc said...

Secondo me sono piu' affidabili Allam e Rashid...
Mi dispiace che non riesci a vedere le prime due foto.

5:10 PM  
Blogger The Doc said...

Abdul, mio vecchio amico, e' sempre un piacere sentirti. Ma come avra' fatto carriera Pecoraro Scanio?

5:15 PM  
Anonymous Debbie said...

Doc, after your last comment to Nadia at Right Truth, I understand you better. That's a good thing. I can understand where you are coming from.

No one should be forced to deny their own religion and accept another, whether it be Islam, Judism, Christianity, whatever. No group or individual should have to endure this or fact this.

I believe Nadia is in the UK

6:07 PM  
Blogger The Doc said...

Thank you Debbie. One day I'm going to write a long long story...
I have managed to trace my ancestors back to 1430...what an amazing story I could tell!

6:20 PM  
Anonymous rivarol said...

Bravo Enzo; è disperante leggere in rete i commenti di tanti blogger che scusano, giustificano e anche approvano il riso dei due ai funerali dei soldati.
Sono veramente annichilito dall'impossibilità o meglio dalla mancanza di disponibilità a comprendere la bassezza del comportamente di Pecoraro Scanio ed Errani.

6:26 PM  
Blogger The Doc said...

Caro Rivarol, e' umiliante essere rappresentati da questa gente. Ma ben vengano le loro malefatte...noi le denunceremo tutte, sempre. Per noi la campagna elettorale non e' mai finita...fino a quando non riporteremo Silvio al comando!

6:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

shame on him

5:08 PM  
Blogger The Doc said...

Thanks a million for the link, Anonymous. I keep repeating it every day: 50% of the Italians are at present represented by the pic on the left. The other half by those "people" (?) on the right!
Italian politicians were famous in the past for being "economically" corrupt! Unfortunately nowadays alot of them are "morally" corrupt.

5:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...
I believe that picture is highly meaningful.
let's popularize it!

5:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

the correct link is vergogna1gl.jpg

5:23 PM  
Blogger The Doc said...

It's a very meaningful pic. I'm going to include that pic today in my next post. Thank you...Anonymous!

5:31 PM  

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