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Re: We Wont Revert To N65 - Fg Insists by t.b.o.y(m): 6:30pm On Jan 11, 2012
May GEJ nd his family not die soon bt spend the rest of their miserable lives in pain with dieseases such as leoprocy, stroke, mental illness, deaf nd dumb, blindness everything at the same time
Re: We Wont Revert To N65 - Fg Insists by jaay77: 6:30pm On Jan 11, 2012
Jonathan is in for trouble. His mother should call him to order before he declare dead.
Re: We Wont Revert To N65 - Fg Insists by n.oxide(m): 6:31pm On Jan 11, 2012
~bluetooth
at least you should have answered the question, though it sounds silly to you.
assume you were that senator earning N50m (or lets say N100m) don't worry, keep the answer private
Re: We Wont Revert To N65 - Fg Insists by Fhemmmy: 6:31pm On Jan 11, 2012
t.b.o.y:

May GEJ nd his family not die soon bt spend the rest of their miserable lives in pain with dieseases such as leoprocy, stroke, mental illness, deaf nd dumb, blindness everything at the same time

Easy oh
Re: We Wont Revert To N65 - Fg Insists by Fhemmmy: 6:32pm On Jan 11, 2012
Eko Ile:

Coming to a Cinema near you. . . .
GEJ against the people of Nigeria.
. . . Enjoy the movie with a bowl of FRESH AIR

You surely having a fun time with this, aint YOU?
Re: We Wont Revert To N65 - Fg Insists by t.b.o.y(m): 6:36pm On Jan 11, 2012
Fhemmmy:

Easy oh
he should also have a bite of what he is making millions of nigerians go through.
Re: We Wont Revert To N65 - Fg Insists by demoise: 6:38pm On Jan 11, 2012
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last man standing NO RETREAT  NO SURRENDER
SAY NO TO DICTATORSHIP THIS IS A DEMOCRATIC RULE
EVEN BABANGIDA DEY LISTEN TO NLC
EVEN ABACHA LISTENED TO NLC
BUT GEJ BELIEVES HES TOO POWERFUL TYRANTS LIKE THAT DIE IN SHAME "GHADAFFI"
I REMEMBERED VIVIDLY WHEN WE ALL CAME OUT TO FIGHT AGAINST SICK YARADUA  UST TO GET HIM DERE NOW HE'S DERE AND THE GREAT NIGERIAN PEOPLE WILL DRAG HIM OUT
Re: We Wont Revert To N65 - Fg Insists by martyna4lf(f): 6:41pm On Jan 11, 2012
We are like the Israelite s and Moses leaving Egypt to the promised land. On their way towards
the promised land they were confronted with "The Red Sea in their front and The Egyptian Army
at their back" They Screamed Moses why did you bring us out to die like this. We told you to leave us
to serve the Egyptians and Live than to be drowned, we and our Children.

This is exactly the situation confronting us Nigerians. Is it better to feed a few Nigerians consistently
in the name of #65 Fuel subsidy and slow down our progress for eternity or to remove subsidy suffer
for a while and enjoy for life as long as Jesus Tarry through provision of AMENITIES as the Government
propose.

What did Moses answer the Israelite s, He said , "Move on for the Egyptians You see today, you shall see
them no more, " And what happened as they listened to Moses, their , they marched on ,crossed the
red sea on dry land and in their face, the Egyptian Army pursuing them all got drowned in their face.

What am I telling my fellow Nigerians, the hunger , the starvation, the high price we are facing today will
last for just a moment if we listen to our Dear President who stand as our Moses in this dispensation.
Let us not resort to this cursing because A curse without cause shall never have effect rather it will return to
the one who  evoke it. We have been praying asking for good governance for over 30 years and this year
2012 God Answered our prayers  and here we are thinking otherwise being distracted by little pain.

Suppose Mr president reverse to #65 and at the same time leaving his expenses untouched and relax , while
pushing the Economy in its slow pace as it has shown what do we gain from there? So we need really to be
objective in our assessment of this existing Government. Let us Get moving for that's what we need most now , having shown our grievances. Insisting on going back to #65 having known the implication and its down side is suicidal
as far as Nigeria as a Nation is concerned. Let us be Wise and  act Wisely,
Re: We Wont Revert To N65 - Fg Insists by n.oxide(m): 6:46pm On Jan 11, 2012
martyna4lf:

We are like the Israelite s and Moses leaving Egypt to the promised land. On their way towards
the promised land they were confronted with "The Red Sea in their front and The Egyptian Army
at their back" They Screamed Moses why did you bring us out to die like this. We told you to leave us
to serve the Egyptians and Live than to be drowned, we and our Children.

This is exactly the situation confronting us Nigerians. Is it better to feed a few Nigerians consistently
in the name of #65 Fuel subsidy and slow down our progress for eternity or to remove subsidy suffer
for a while and enjoy for life as long as Jesus Tarry through provision of AMENITIES as the Government
propose.

What did Moses answer the Israelite s, He said , "Move on for the Egyptians You see today, you shall see
them no more, " And what happened as they listened to Moses, their , they marched on ,crossed the
red sea on dry land and in their face, the Egyptian Army pursuing them all got drowned in their face.

What am I telling my fellow Nigerians, the hunger , the starvation, the high price we are facing today will
last for just a moment if we listen to our Dear President who stand as our Moses in this dispensation.
Let us not resort to this cursing because A curse without cause shall never have effect rather it will return to
the one who  evoke it. We have been praying asking for good governance for over 30 years and this year
2012 God Answered our prayers  and here we are thinking otherwise being distracted by little pain.

Suppose Mr president reverse to #65 and at the same time leaving his expenses untouched and relax , while
pushing the Economy in its slow pace as it has shown what do we gain from there? So we need really to be
objective in our assessment of this existing Government. Let us Get moving for that's what we need most now , having shown our grievances. Insisting on going back to #65 having known the implication and its down side is suicidal
as far as Nigeria as a Nation is concerned. Let us be Wise and  act Wisely,

God bless you
Re: We Wont Revert To N65 - Fg Insists by prodam(m): 6:46pm On Jan 11, 2012
jaay77:

Jonathan is in for trouble. His mother should call him to order before he declare dead.


t.b.o.y:

May GEJ nd his family not die soon bt spend the rest of their miserable lives in pain with dieseases such as leoprocy, stroke, mental illness, deaf nd dumb, blindness everything at the same time

what if he reverts the price in the next 1hr, what wuld u say?
lol.anyhow sha, i understand ur pain, still take am easy ooo
Re: We Wont Revert To N65 - Fg Insists by 1stCitizen: 6:53pm On Jan 11, 2012
Foolish BEJ. Just because they say he is weak, he is trying to flex his muscles to prove us wrong.

Even Abacha the tyrant backed down when the people protested. Further proof of BEJ's weakness
Re: We Wont Revert To N65 - Fg Insists by OneNaija(m): 6:54pm On Jan 11, 2012
We gotta make a change, It's time for us as a people to start makin' some changes. let's change the way we live and let's change!'' Your Music can change the world because it can change people
Re: We Wont Revert To N65 - Fg Insists by demoise: 6:59pm On Jan 11, 2012
martyna4lf:

We are like the Israelite s and Moses leaving Egypt to the promised land. On their way towards
the promised land they were confronted with "The Red Sea in their front and The Egyptian Army
at their back" They Screamed Moses why did you bring us out to die like this. We told you to leave us
to serve the Egyptians and Live than to be drowned, we and our Children.

This is exactly the situation confronting us Nigerians. Is it better to feed a few Nigerians consistently
in the name of #65 Fuel subsidy and slow down our progress for eternity or to remove subsidy suffer
for a while and enjoy for life as long as Jesus Tarry through provision of AMENITIES as the Government
propose.

What did Moses answer the Israelite s, He said , "Move on for the Egyptians You see today, you shall see
them no more, " And what happened as they listened to Moses, their , they marched on ,crossed the
red sea on dry land and in their face, the Egyptian Army pursuing them all got drowned in their face.

What am I telling my fellow Nigerians, the hunger , the starvation, the high price we are facing today will
last for just a moment if we listen to our Dear President who stand as our Moses in this dispensation.
Let us not resort to this cursing because A curse without cause shall never have effect rather it will return to
the one who  evoke it. We have been praying asking for good governance for over 30 years and this year
2012 God Answered our prayers  and here we are thinking otherwise being distracted by little pain.

Suppose Mr president reverse to #65 and at the same time leaving his expenses untouched and relax , while
pushing the Economy in its slow pace as it has shown what do we gain from there? So we need really to be
objective in our assessment of this existing Government. Let us Get moving for that's what we need most now , having shown our grievances. Insisting on going back to #65 having known the implication and its down side is suicidal
as far as Nigeria as a Nation is concerned. Let us be Wise and  act Wisely,

WE ALL KNOW HOW THE SYSTEM WORKS THE GOVT CAN NOT BE TRUSTED WE LL ALL SUPPORT REMOVAL IF;
1  THEY CAN TELL US WHAT DEY HAVE DOME WITH THE MONEY SAVED FROM REMOVAL OF SUBSIDY ON DIESEL YEARS BACK
2  NIGERIA REFINERY OPERATES @ 30% CAPACITY WHERE DOES THAT GO I KNOW ITS A LIL LESS THAN WHAT WE NEED IN 9JA LET THEM SUPPY THAT TO US IN 9JA AND SUBSIDIZE THE LITTLE NEEDED TO MAKE UP THE CONSUMPTION AND DEY WONT NEED TO SPEND THAT MUCH ON SUBSIDY BUT THE ONE REFINED IN 9JA IS BEING EXPORTED AND SOLD AT HIGHER PRICE TO NEIGHBORING COUNTRY AND WE IMPORT 100%
3 WHY ARE DEY SPENDING SO MUCH ON "TAM" TAM MAINTAINS THE REFINERY YEARLY AT A COST THAT IS ENOUGH TO BUILD A REFINERY SO WE CANT TRUST THIS GOVT ON THEIR EMPTY LIES
AND MIND U ITS NOT ONLY ABOUT THE SUBSIDY REMOVAL IT ABOUT BAD GOVERNANCE NIGERIAN MASSES JUST GOT TO THE PEAK AND THERES ALWAYS SMTH THAT STARTS IT ALL UP
Re: We Wont Revert To N65 - Fg Insists by Missy_B(f): 7:03pm On Jan 11, 2012
2buff:

for one, IT DOES NOT NECESSARILY NEED TO BE REVERSED, JUST REDUCED BACK TO SOMETHING LIKE N80. THEN LITTLE BY LITTLE GIVE THE MASSES A REASON TO TRUST THIS BY HAVING VISIBLE RESULTS. THIS IS HOW YOU TAKE AWAY A MATTRESS FROM UNDER SOMEONE, NOT INSTANTLY. THIS AIN'T NORTH KOREA AND SHOCK = ANARCHY.
Exactly!
No one is saying fuel subsidy should stay forever. If it must go, let it be a gradual removal, say, 10% a year, so as to reduce its effect on the common man.

He whom the gods want to kill, they first make deaf. Jona, remember ''My fellow widows''. Take heed.
Re: We Wont Revert To N65 - Fg Insists by chukxy: 7:05pm On Jan 11, 2012
martyna4lf:

We are like the Israelite s and Moses leaving Egypt to the promised land. On their way towards
the promised land they were confronted with "The Red Sea in their front and The Egyptian Army
at their back" They Screamed Moses why did you bring us out to die like this. We told you to leave us
to serve the Egyptians and Live than to be drowned, we and our Children.

This is exactly the situation confronting us Nigerians. Is it better to feed a few Nigerians consistently
in the name of #65 Fuel subsidy and slow down our progress for eternity or to remove subsidy suffer
for a while and enjoy for life as long as Jesus Tarry through provision of AMENITIES as the Government
propose.

What did Moses answer the Israelite s, He said , "Move on for the Egyptians You see today, you shall see
them no more, " And what happened as they listened to Moses, their , they marched on ,crossed the
red sea on dry land and in their face, the Egyptian Army pursuing them all got drowned in their face.

What am I telling my fellow Nigerians, the hunger , the starvation, the high price we are facing today will
last for just a moment if we listen to our Dear President who stand as our Moses in this dispensation.
Let us not resort to this cursing because A curse without cause shall never have effect rather it will return to
the one who  evoke it. We have been praying asking for good governance for over 30 years and this year
2012 God Answered our prayers  and here we are thinking otherwise being distracted by little pain.

Suppose Mr president reverse to #65 and at the same time leaving his expenses untouched and relax , while
pushing the Economy in its slow pace as it has shown what do we gain from there? So we need really to be
objective in our assessment of this existing Government. Let us Get moving for that's what we need most now , having shown our grievances. Insisting on going back to #65 having known the implication and its down side is suicidal
as far as Nigeria as a Nation is concerned. Let us be Wise and  act Wisely,

Thank you very much for this wonderful input. I wish many would think the same way,
Re: We Wont Revert To N65 - Fg Insists by t.b.o.y(m): 7:08pm On Jan 11, 2012
martyna4lf:

We are like the Israelite s and Moses leaving Egypt to the promised land. On their way towards
the promised land they were confronted with "The Red Sea in their front and The Egyptian Army
at their back" They Screamed Moses why did you bring us out to die like this. We told you to leave us
to serve the Egyptians and Live than to be drowned, we and our Children.

This is exactly the situation confronting us Nigerians. Is it better to feed a few Nigerians consistently
in the name of #65 Fuel subsidy and slow down our progress for eternity or to remove subsidy suffer
for a while and enjoy for life as long as Jesus Tarry through provision of AMENITIES as the Government
propose.

What did Moses answer the Israelite s, He said , "Move on for the Egyptians You see today, you shall see
them no more, " And what happened as they listened to Moses, their , they marched on ,crossed the
red sea on dry land and in their face, the Egyptian Army pursuing them all got drowned in their face.

What am I telling my fellow Nigerians, the hunger , the starvation, the high price we are facing today will
last for just a moment if we listen to our Dear President who stand as our Moses in this dispensation.
Let us not resort to this cursing because A curse without cause shall never have effect rather it will return to
the one who  evoke it. We have been praying asking for good governance for over 30 years and this year
2012 God Answered our prayers  and here we are thinking otherwise being distracted by little pain.

Suppose Mr president reverse to #65 and at the same time leaving his expenses untouched and relax , while
pushing the Economy in its slow pace as it has shown what do we gain from there? So we need really to be
objective in our assessment of this existing Government. Let us Get moving for that's what we need most now , having shown our grievances. Insisting on going back to #65 having known the implication and its down side is suicidal
as far as Nigeria as a Nation is concerned. Let us be Wise and  act Wisely,
on paper the policy is good bt it lack proper planning and its implemention is going to be bad. Let me ask u if GEJ is sincere what abt all those ministers governor that are waiting for the money to be embezzled. NO POLICY WILL BE EFFCTIVE WITH CORRUPTION STILL IN PLACE. LET'S FIGHT CORRUPTION FIRST AND THEN REMOVE SUBSIDY LATER THE TIMING IS EXTREMELY WRONG
Re: We Wont Revert To N65 - Fg Insists by Cypost: 7:10pm On Jan 11, 2012
These hard stance f®om FG and NLC will not help anybody.
Let watch this thing b4 it get out of hand o
I expect FG to listen to voice of reason except the Govnors almost every other group seems to be against this.

Why not remove it today restrategize and re introduce the thing later in the year after serious consultations
This heating the polity will not help anybody
Re: We Wont Revert To N65 - Fg Insists by muami(m): 7:12pm On Jan 11, 2012
Abacha and co bowed to NLC and the Nigerian people because they had no mandate from the people ab inition. We voted for GEJ. We gave him our mandate. so why should he bow to a mere labour union/opposition party members(like bakare) who the people rejected.
Re: We Wont Revert To N65 - Fg Insists by deandavid(m): 7:19pm On Jan 11, 2012
The remuneration of the members of Nigeria’s legislative arm of Government is one of the most discussed topics in the country. It is believed in most parts of Nigeria that the jumbo pay is one of the main attractions of political office as opposed to the willingness to serve in other places. It is also believed in some quarters that the financial gains of political office is the main reason for which many politicians will do anything to perpetuate themselves in office, even if it would cost some people their lives. Below is a breakdown of what each of the 109 Senators take home:
What a Senator Earns In Nigeria – N29, 479,749. 00 Per Quarter (4 times a Year).
Basic Salary – N2, 484, 245.50.
Hardship Allowance @ 50% of Basic Salary – N1, 242,122.70
Constituency allowance @ 200% of BS – N4, 968,509.00
Furniture Allowance @ 300% of BS – N7, 452,736.50
Newspaper allowance @ 50% – N1, 242,122.70
Wardrobe allowance @ 25% – N621, 061.37
Recess Allowance@ 10%: – N248, 424.55
Accommodation @ 200% – N4, 968,509.00.
Utilities @ 30% – N828, 081.83.
Domestic Staff @ 35% – N863, 184.12.
Entertainment @ 30% – N828, 081.83.
Personal Assistance @ 25% – N621, 061.37.
Vehicle Maintenance Allowance @ 75% – N1, 863,184.12.
Leave Allowance @10% – N248, 424.55. One off payments (As advised by Sagamite
Severance Gratuity) @ 300% – N7, 452,736.50 (Once they get fired.)
Motor Vehicle Allowance @ 400% of BS – N9, 936,982.00 -
Every Four Years Senators Salary per month. – N2, 456,647.70
Total = N29, 479, 749.00 * 109 Senators Grand Total = N 3,264,329,264. 10
The Salary of the President of the United States has however been put at $250,000/yr while the GDP U.S. Economy: $13Trillion/ yr.
The allowance of each Nigerian Senator amounts to $1,500,000/yr which is even far more than what accrues to the American President. The GDP of the country on the other hand amounts to $45 Billion/yr.
This has been described as nothing but a feeding frenzy and an open looting of Nigeria because it is happening in a country where Doctors, teachers, civil servants cannot boast of N1m a year
Re: We Wont Revert To N65 - Fg Insists by muami(m): 7:20pm On Jan 11, 2012
Cypost:

These hard stance f®om FG and NLC will not help anybody.
Let watch this thing b4 it get out of hand o
I expect FG to listen to voice of reason except the Govnors almost every other group seems to be against this.

Why not remove it today restrategize and re introduce the thing later in the year after serious consultations
This heating the polity will not help anybody
While I agree that the FG is maintaining a hard stance. The NLC/TUC share a greater proportion of the blame. How can a labour union tell an elected president to reverse himself otherwise no discussion. That is enough to make any president to ignore you. During military regimes, it might to okay to issue such orders during strikes because thats the language they understand and they had nobody's mandate but you don't do that to an elected president. The same people that are insisting that the FG must reverse are ignoring a court order and the part of the Reps motion urging them to call off the strike, yet they want the president to obey their order. Anyway, when two elephants fight, it is the grass that suffers
Re: We Wont Revert To N65 - Fg Insists by norrisman: 7:22pm On Jan 11, 2012
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Re: We Wont Revert To N65 - Fg Insists by Tallest9(m): 7:26pm On Jan 11, 2012
I support fg o, if there is anytin i wud suggest d fg 2 do is to increase pump price to 100 naira instead
Re: We Wont Revert To N65 - Fg Insists by norrisman: 7:26pm On Jan 11, 2012
The sad thing is if there is an election in 2 weeks, INEC will claim GEJ won with a majority.
Re: We Wont Revert To N65 - Fg Insists by martyna4lf(f): 7:30pm On Jan 11, 2012
If this is all about election Mr President in the person of Jonathan Good luck
will win 5 times his opponents.
Re: We Wont Revert To N65 - Fg Insists by xterra2(m): 7:34pm On Jan 11, 2012
Goodluck your father shege sad angry
Re: We Wont Revert To N65 - Fg Insists by otokx(m): 7:35pm On Jan 11, 2012
GEJ has imprisoned himself with the wrong men.
Re: We Wont Revert To N65 - Fg Insists by Nobody: 7:37pm On Jan 11, 2012
martyna4lf:

We are like the Israelite s and Moses leaving Egypt to the promised land. On their way towards
the promised land they were confronted with "The Red Sea in their front and The Egyptian Army
at their back" They Screamed Moses why did you bring us out to die like this. We told you to leave us
to serve the Egyptians and Live than to be drowned, we and our Children.

This is exactly the situation confronting us Nigerians. Is it better to feed a few Nigerians consistently
in the name of #65 Fuel subsidy and slow down our progress for eternity or to remove subsidy suffer
for a while and enjoy for life as long as Jesus Tarry through provision of AMENITIES as the Government
propose.

What did Moses answer the Israelite s, He said , "Move on for the Egyptians You see today, you shall see
them no more, " And what happened as they listened to Moses, their , they marched on ,crossed the
red sea on dry land and in their face, the Egyptian Army pursuing them all got drowned in their face.

What am I telling my fellow Nigerians, the hunger , the starvation, the high price we are facing today will
last for just a moment if we listen to our Dear President who stand as our Moses in this dispensation.
Let us not resort to this cursing because A curse without cause shall never have effect rather it will return to
the one who  evoke it. We have been praying asking for good governance for over 30 years and this year
2012 God Answered our prayers  and here we are thinking otherwise being distracted by little pain.

Suppose Mr president reverse to #65 and at the same time leaving his expenses untouched and relax , while
pushing the Economy in its slow pace as it has shown what do we gain from there? So we need really to be
objective in our assessment of this existing Government. Let us Get moving for that's what we need most now , having shown our grievances. Insisting on going back to #65 having known the implication and its down side is suicidal
as far as Nigeria as a Nation is concerned. Let us be Wise and  act Wisely,

We have been hearing that preaching for years now. And do not compare Moses to any Nigerian politician( all dubious and lack integrity). It is unfair to God. Moses must be rolling in his grave for that comparison.

Now, let us do some math. Crude oil is set $75 benchmark on budget by the government. For the past 4years, a barrel of crude has been in the average of $100 or perhaps more. What happened to the $25 surplus?

Nigeria exports a little above 2 million barrels a day. Calculate 2million * $25(surplus) * 30days * 12 months *  = About $1.5 billion naira a year surplus. Not to talk of other domestic revenues the government gets. In addition to that, Nigeria officially earns( $75) more than $USD60 billion a year  from crude alone and does budget of about $30billions a year. What happens to the other $30 billion dollars?

President Goodluck earmarked 1 billion for food. what is he eating? Him and his family get unique belle?  Cmon, if he serious of fundamentally turning the economy around, let him start with the fundamentals. He can as well start with himself, friends and political cronies.

Give Nigerians a break for Christ sake. We have suffered so much.
Re: We Wont Revert To N65 - Fg Insists by kizito96(m): 7:37pm On Jan 11, 2012
Lets wait and see
Re: We Wont Revert To N65 - Fg Insists by muami(m): 7:39pm On Jan 11, 2012
norrisman:

The sad thing is if there is an election in 2 weeks, INEC will claim GEJ won with a majority.

Do you think elections are won by being a noisy minority? How many voters do we have in Nigeria? how many people are protesting? Reminds me of all the noise gays used to make in the UK. however when a census was done, it turned out with all the noise making, they are less than 5% of the population. If you bring GEJ and Buhari/Bakare to contest against each other even tonight , GEJ would still win!
Re: We Wont Revert To N65 - Fg Insists by Remii(m): 7:42pm On Jan 11, 2012
muami:

While I agree that the FG is maintaining a hard stance. The NLC/TUC share a greater proportion of the blame. How can a labour union tell an elected president to reverse himself otherwise no discussion. That is enough to make any president to ignore you. During military regimes, it might to okay to issue such orders during strikes because thats the language they understand and they had nobody's mandate but you don't do that to an elected president. The same people that are insisting that the FG must reverse are ignoring a court order and the part of the Reps motion urging them to call off the strike, yet they want the president to obey their order. Anyway, when two elephants fight, it is the grass that suffers

you sure don't know what negotiation is all about. You start from the extremes to get best from both sides. Both parties know that they would end up at negotiation table from start. Moreover, people makes govt. Even military have some power derivation from peoples acceptance.


OP: I never expected FGN to go back to N65, they wont, but the uprising should send signal to govt that people are watching. It should not fail.
Re: We Wont Revert To N65 - Fg Insists by martyna4lf(f): 7:43pm On Jan 11, 2012
Te them! !
Re: We Wont Revert To N65 - Fg Insists by Nobody: 7:45pm On Jan 11, 2012
muami:

Abacha and co bowed to NLC and the Nigerian people because they had no mandate from the people ab inition. We voted for GEJ. We gave him our mandate. so why should he bow to a mere labour union/opposition party members(like bakare) who the people rejected.  

Wasn't George Papandreou voted into power by the Greeks; wasn't Silvio voted in by the Italians? What happened?

Democracy is two way street my friend.

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