Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Is there some hope in Italy?

My blog friend Roni Burd recently blogged about his difficulties in founding money funds for going in United States and attending a Master in Software Engineering in the Carnegie Mellon college.

Roni comes from Argentina: its recent economic collapse left people savings very devaluated, and lowered people salaries to a mean, as Roni said, of about $ 18.000 per year for a good salary.

Italy situation is different in many aspects, but I have to say, Roni, that its economic situation is a disaster, and you are definitely not alone.
I know a lot of people here in Italy who studied/worked hard for years, and whose salary is near $ 18.000 per year, even lower.

Thanks, Mr. Silvio, thanks to you and all your cronies.

Now that Left seems to have won elections, maybe something will change.
Maybe.
I don't believe at all in our government, either Left or Right or whatever.
I don't believe in politicians ... maybe because I don't believe in humans ...
But I strongly know what is right and what is bad.
And Mr. Silvio Berlusconi is definitely bad for my country.

Good bye Mr. Silvio.
Good bye to you, your lies, your horses, your ghost horses.

Good bye.

2 comments:

Abel Avram said...

Why don't you believe in humans?

Abel A.

Sergio Bossa said...

Abel, this is a very difficult story to tell here ... ;)

Say because humans mostly lie: lie to other people and lie to themselves.
Say because humans are naturally opportunist and selfish.

These two should be sufficient for me.