Marco Travaglio - De Gennaro e la macelleria messicana (De Gennaro and the Mexican slaughtering)

August 3, 2009 · Filed Under Babel fish, Politics & Society · Comment 

Babel fish - A mental interface between Sir Arthur's sensibility and the events from the outer world. And for all the rest, too A warning for surfers: this post has been written without restraint. In his last Passaparola Marco Travaglio says the majority of policemen is honest, hence the liability of the assault at the Diaz school during 2001 G8 must be sought mainly among the “chiefs” of the body. In this case Travaglio doesn’t say it all and he is well aware of this, because police forces are full of bastard fascists that should be hung up by their balls in Piazzale Loreto, no doubt about that. A more direct version of the bestiality happened in Genoa eight years ago (and for which as usual in this fucking country almost no one paid the check) was written by Nick Davies on The Guardian.

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Made in Italy: radioactive politics isn’t renewable

January 2, 2009 · Filed Under Babel fish, Science & Technology · 9 Comments 
This entry is part of the series Made in Italy

Babel fish - A mental interface between Sir Arthur's sensibility and the events from the outer world. And for all the rest, too It’s a New Year, the perfect occasion to begin a new series entitled “Made in Italy”. Which however won’t talk about fashion, pizza or Ferrari but more practically about the true exclusive products of the current “Italy system”, that is organized crime, corruption, mental degeneration conveyed by television and genetic tendency to support fascism disguised as well-being or its illusion.

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Ex-Nazis condone P2P. The Italian fascists choose lobbies instead

August 17, 2008 · Filed Under Civil & Digital Rights, In Depth · Comment 
This entry is part of the series The industry vs. P2P

In Depth - A merciless lens pointed on the hot topics, passionate and detailed retrospectives, reflections beyond the appearancesSeasoned by the usually out of line comments by Brokep, The Pirate Bay block currently affecting half of Italy has aroused a partially off-topic controversy on the state of things about freedom of expression in the country, the lasting presence of a despotic creeping regime and the obscure interlacements between the magistracy and the multimedia industry lobbies. I think that some clarifications on the matter, for the Italians as like as for the international public, are perhaps needed.

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