Silvio Berlusconi:European democracy has never been in bigger danger…

Who has fear dies every day. Who has not, dies only once…’
Judge Paolo Borsellino(RIP)

On 8 april 2008, a few days before the elections, Silvio Berlusconi confirms that the life sentenced gangster Vittorio Mangano, who worked several years as ‘horse keeper’ at the villa of Berlusconi, was a hero.
Could it be that this was a message for somebody?

In his last interview(19 may 1992), judge Paolo Borsellino described Vittorio Mangano not as a little fish but as the mafia bridge(‘il ponte’) to north Italy.
This interview has only been seen on one satellite television channel so in fact nobody in Italy has noticed it(video and written version)
Borsellino talks about the fact that the mafia is very interested to invest their money in the business world and tries to penetrate.
Furthermore he mentions that there are more running investigations involving Mangano, Berlusconi and senator Dell’Utri (Berlusconi’s right hand and co-founder of Forza Italia and several times convicted).

Four days after this interview, his colleague judge Giovanni Falcone dies in one of the most brutal bomb attacks ever.
100 meters of highway were destroyed in the ‘strage di Capaci’.
Two months later, Paolo Borsellino dies in again another brutal bomb attack.
A hero was murdered…
Who has fear dies every day. Who has not, dies only once…’ was his belief.

Borsellino and Falcone were murdered in full ‘ mani pulite ’ time.
In that period Silvio Berlusconi decided to dedicate himself to politics.
Some party members of Silvio Berlusconi have declared explicitly that the raising of a new party would be the only escape to keep them out of jail.

If you have absolute media control, you control people’s emotions like fear or anxiety.
You can make people afraid of Muslims, gypsies, immigrants or whatever you want.
You can send the army on the streets and let people believe that they are really in danger.

Organized crime is very interested in European business ( interview with Rita Borsellino ) and if you control the media, you can act undisturbed.
By coincidence, Silvio Berlusconi and his organization are not only interested in the Italian media but also in the European media.
One of the biggest media concerns in the world, Endemol, was taken over last year by Berlusconi’s company Mediaset.
On 20/09/2008 Mediaset is thinking of buying over the biggest independent British media firm ITV…

In the meanwhile, there are numerous members in the Italian parliament that have been convicted or accused of mafia connections…
The EPP (European Christian democratic alliance) together with Barroso are more then willing to welcome  Silvio Berlusconi and his party ‘people of freedom’ in the European parliament.
Can Silvio Berlusconi be suspected of any ethical or political principles?

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Italian crystal nights, first the gypsies…Is this Europe 1938?


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One Response to “Silvio Berlusconi:European democracy has never been in bigger danger…”

  1. copiapoa Says:

    Recent declarations(Massimo Ciancimino 10/09/2009) during the appeal trial of Marcello Dell’Utri(*) confirm that the biggest mafia boss ever, Bernardo Provenzano, contacted several times Silvio Berlusconi.
    Several letters all send before, during and after the mafia bombings and killings of 1992.
    Anti mafia judges Borsellino(who declared a few weeks before his death that there were several running investigations about Berlusconi and Dell’Utri) and Falcone were murdered and then suddenly the mafia bombings stopped…

    Silvio berlusconi together with his friend Marcello Dell’utri founded Forza Italia in a few months and won the elections.
    In 2006, Silvio Berlusconi lost the elections after a very ‘turbulent’ election night.
    Three hours later, at 5 AM in the morning, Bernardo Provenzano, the biggest mafia boss ever, was arrested…

    * sentenced in 2004 to nine years by a Palermo court on charge of “external association to the Mafia”

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