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IL TRASFERIMENTO DEL MAGISTRATO ROBLEDO, AMICO DELLA PIOVRA LEGHISTA, RIVELA IL SISTEMA DI POTERE MAFIOSO VERDE PADANO E MOLTO ITALIANO

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La notizia è passata quasi inosservata. Oggi è stato trasferito da Milano a Venezia un magistrato, Alfredo Robledo, che avrebbe favorito Bossi e la Lega Nord (oggi guidata da Salvini) nel sottrarsi alle indagini pericolose che la riguardavano. Le notizie (sotto riportiamo l’Ansa) vedono una soffiata di Robledo all’avvocato delle lega Aiello. Anche qui la richiesta di archiviazione sul sospetto reato di “rivelazione di segreti di ufficio” viene dal solito pm Salomone di Brescia, al centro anche dell’indagine-farlocca contro i 24 venetisti arrestati il 2 aprile 2014 e poi rilasciati dopo due settimane di vergognosa e inutile detenzione.

La piovra simil-mafiosa nella gestione del potere in salsa lega viene fuori in tutto il suo marcio, con una connessione tra il mondo della magistratura e la copertura della corruzione, come già non bastasse il controllo del sistema degli appalti di cui il Mose è solo la punta dell’iceberg.

Oggi si capisce bene perché Salvini e Zaia hanno tradito ad esempio i veneti, abbandonando la linea indipendentista, anzi tentando di soffocare e cavalcare l’azione messa in atto da Plebiscito.eu, che dal 16 al 21 marzo 2014 organizzò il referendum di indipendenza del Veneto, richiamando i media di tutto il mondo.

Preoccupa quindi ora che questo Robledo arrivi proprio a Venezia, proprio prima delle delicate elezioni regionali del 17 maggio 2015, dove si gioca una partita importante per l’indipendenza del Veneto.

Pg Cassazione,Robledo avvantaggio’ Lega, danni per Pd e altri

(ANSA) – ROMA, 20 GEN – In particolare, secondo il Pg, nel procedimento che riguardava Bossi padre e figlio e Belsito, Robledo avrebbe suggerito o addirittura quasi dettato a Aiello – che aveva saputo dell’imminente pubblicazione da parte dell’Espresso di un servizio sull’indagine – un’istanza con cui ottenere copia di una consulenza non nota ancora agli indagati. E quando l’istanza venne respinta, il pm milanese conversando con l’avvocato avrebbe fatto ricadere la responsabilita’ della decisione su altri magistrati del suo ufficio, a partire dal procuratore Edmondo Bruti Liberati. Un comportamento valutato da Ciani come gravemente scorretto nei confronti dei colleghi. Per quanto riguarda invece l’inchiesta sugli indebiti rimborsi percepiti da consiglieri regionali, Robledo avrebbe violato il dovere di riservatezza con piu’ comportamenti: anche rivelando a Aiello quali fossero gli indizi a carico degli indagati o annunciandogli in un’occasione (era il 18 dicembre 2012) che il giorno dopo sarebbero finiti sotto inchiesta altri 7-8 consiglieri regionali. Il tutto pur essendo cosciente che l’avvocato aveva un filo diretto con i vertici della Lega Nord e che dunque avrebbe rivelato loro tutto. (ANSA).

FH 20-GEN-15 17:33

Don Chisciotte della Mancia contro la Corte Costituzionale


Elogio-del-masochismo-1Forse per spiegare ai cittadini veneti, indipendentisti e non, il paradosso della legge regionale 16/2014 impugnata dal governo italiano presso la corte costituzionale, che si pronuncerà in merito il 28 aprile 2015, più che tanta teoria serve un esempio calcistico.

In una partita puoi avere diversi obiettivi. Se giochi in trasferta, puoi accontentarti di pareggiare, magari segnando anche un goal, confidando poi di vincere in casa.

Pensare invece di andare in trasferta per perdere e poi lamentarti dell’arbitraggio è una strategia destinata a sicura sconfitta.

Per tale ragione non comprendiamo come alcuni pensino di andare a giocare una partita per l’indipendenza del Veneto in un campo con una tifoseria violenta e nemica, con l’arbitro venduto e senza pubblico al seguito pensando di ottenerne qualcosa.

Certo, qualcuno può ritenere utile dopo essere stato massacrato per 4-0, magari con qualche espulsione, di lamentarsi dell’arbitro. Perché questo sarebbe il risultato di una partita dell’indipedentismo veneto presso la corte costituzionale italiana.

Ma a cosa serve? Quali risultati concreti porta un tale atteggiamento, se non la sublimazione della propria assoluta incapacità strategica?

Se c’è un ambito di forza del processo di indipendenza del Veneto è che esso è per natura di carattere internazionale.

La prima accortezza strategica è quella di evitare al proprio “esercito” una sconfitta certa.

Allora non facciamoci massacrare in un ambito costituzionale, dove la sconfitta è sicura e che rappresenta palesemente un ambito indebito per giudicare il diritto di autodeterminazione del Popolo Veneto: piuttosto rinunciamo alla partita truccata e perdiamola per 2-0 a tavolino, almeno non aumentiamo il morale ai nostri avversari e non sminuiamo il percorso di diritto internazionale.

Andare a presenziare a Roma alla corte costituzionale, anche solo per dire loro che sono incompetenti a giudicare, significa soffrire di un complesso di inferiorità e riconoscere il sopruso loro e del governo italiano. Solo alcuni avvocati italiani palesemente prigionieri degli interessi di casta che li legano a una corporazione italiana contraria agli interessi del Veneto possono fare un errore di gravità concettuale inaudita.

Il percorso istituzionale non deve diventare la scusa per processi che sono ontologicamente autolesionistici e masochisti.

Allora, se è chiaro a tutti che il signor Luca Zaia non ha alcun interesse a portare avanti un percorso per l’indipendenza del Veneto se non per mero calcolo elettorale, lasciamolo andare al massacro, da solo. Non prestiamogli il destro, aiutandolo anche in sede dottrinale con interventi di supporto che risulteranno squalificanti per tutti.

Il diritto di autodeterminazione, in quanto diritto internazionale, è diritto di fatto. Allora promuoviamo tutti assieme un percorso fattivo e non supplichevole di indipendenza, basato sulla sovranità popolare.

Anche perché, in fin dei conti, su base privatistica i cittadini veneti, come poi i catalani, si sono già espressi in grande maggioranza per la propria indipendenza.

Trasformiamo allora le prossime elezioni regionali come un nuovo plebiscito di fatto verso chi ha intrapreso un percorso fattivo di indipendenza. Senza autogoal clamorosi.

Inside Venice’s Secession Movement

Fonte: mises.org

[Editor’s Note: In a follow-up to his remarks in the international media about the Venetian secession movement,Paolo Bernardini wrote: “As a political realist well in line with Mises … Rothbard, Hoppe, and the Italian libertarians Carlo Lottieri, Marco Bassani, and Alessandro Vitale, I envisage a (near) future world of small states, free to interact in a global, free market.” Prof. Bernardini spoke with us further about the secession movement and what comes next in Italy and Europe.]

venice-12Mises Institute: How did you become involved with this movement?

Paolo Bernardini: I moved to Veneto, to the city of Padova (Padua), in 2001, as director of the Boston University Center for Italian Studies, a job I held until 2009. Over the course of eight years, I got involved with the local separatist movements, and at the same time I developed a strong interest in the libertarian and classical-liberal thought. So, now that I teach in Como, Lombardy, I envisage a similar future for Lombardy as well. In a certain sense, mine is a cold-blooded, economically-oriented separatism that I might well endorse/apply elsewhere, from New Hampshire to Catalonia. Of course, I also developed a love for the Veneto territory, people, and traditions. I spend most of my time in Venice, when I am free from work. I do not believe in “ethnic” nationalism as a primary factor for the establishment of new states that are also strong economies and globally oriented.

MI: Were you pleased with the outcome of the referendum? What do you say to your critics who say it was not a fair or properly-held election?

PB: Of course I was and am pleased with the outcome of the referendum. Now, the certification of the votes is ongoing, but it is a complex process that might involve some more months. It was a fair and properly-held election, only, it did not originate from any public source, contrary to what is going to happen in Scotland, on September 14th, and in Catalonia, on November 9th. It is a genuine expression of a people, and of a spontaneous committee who freely organized the referendum, so, in a way, it is a quintessential expression of sheer democracy. Moreover, the use of an electronic vote for political purposes of this scope is historically unique. Gianluca Busato, the leader of the separatist movement, and an engineer, deserves a mention inWIRED! for his skill in making it all work smoothly. Sardinia, Sicily, and Friuli have borrowed our know-how and are organizing similar referenda.

According to international law, the right of self-determination is sacred, but there might be several ways to exercise this right, and, to make the existence of the will of a people to secede public and internationally acknowledged, is a first step.

Within other separatist movements, such as “Indipendenza Veneta,” however, leaders are in favor of a “public” referendum, i.e., a referendum organized by the Regional Council, as is going to happen in Scotland and Catalonia. However, while the British do not have — thank God — a constitution, both in Spain and in Italy the respective constitutions forbid the separation of territories. This does not mean that peoples are deprived of freedom.

Ideally, international law is a source of law superior to any constitution. A fortiori, natural law is such. Jefferson was so right in stating that constitutions have to be binding for one generation only! And for “generation” he meant 19 years! Peoples, and a fortiori, individuals, are live entities, cannot and may not be bound to dead letters.

MI: What are the ideological origins of this movement and who else has been involved?

PB: Plebiscito.eu (the organizer of the referendum) has a very strong classical-liberal component, but there are also other components. For instance, economists such as Lodovico Pizzati, now at California State, Los Angeles, are in favor of the EU, and also of the Euro. But ideology, in a way, is less important than the final goal we set for ourselves: independence. When independent, Veneto will be a democracy and as such there will be competing parties trying to rule over the new state; many, including myself, envisage the creation of a Venetian Libertarian Party, for social-democracy in several garbs will try to gain power. Certainly, taxation will be lower than under Italian rule, whatever party will rule. Italy is a fiscal hell, no wonder that it is traditionally in the lower ranks of the Index of Economic Freedom.

MI: What are the prospects for victory for secession?

PB: I think that our prospects for victory are strong. A number of factors will play a positive role in the near future, I would say, from now to the end of the year.

  1. The Italian economic crisis will get worse. We are already witnessing the closure of thousands of businesses in Veneto (yesterday, Ideal Standard, a major company in toilet ceramics, laid off 450 employees); entrepreneurs kill themselves in the hundreds; young people migrate; unemployment reached terrible peaks; Italy is turning into a nightmare.
  2. Our votes, those of the referendum, will be properly certified, by an ad hoc committee. The certified results will be presented to the International authorities, organizations, etc.
  3. Scotland and Catalonia will have their separatist referendum. In the case of Scotland, now polls say that the “no” and “yes” are almost even. In the case of a victory of the “yes,” this will give an incredibly strong impulse to our movement. In Catalonia, the “yes” party is traditionally in the majority.
  4. The EU is in a great crisis, as it will be made clear by the forthcoming EU Parliament elections. The EU might have all the possible interest in keeping rich new states in the Euro-zone (as a libertarian, I am not pro-EU, but this is only my personal view), including Scotland, Catalonia, Veneto. Scotland might be a part of the EU when the rest of Britain — look at the great success of Nigel Farage — might go away from the EU.

MI: How do you think true separation would affect the Venetian economy?

PB: Over the long term, positively. Over the short-to-medium term, there will be a great popular enthusiasm, the sense of a new beginning among a frustrated, impoverished, disillusioned population. But, I suspect, there will be problems in the negotiations of the assets and debts with Italy. Veneto will probably have to take up some of the huge Italian public debt. In the case of Scotland, the problem will be shared per capita, or per regional income, in proportion with the national income? If per capita, Veneto will have less than 10 percent of the Italian public debt to take care of, on the contrary, if per regional-proportional income, much more than 10 percent. From my point of view, I see the public debt as something done only by Italy and to be left entirely to the Italian government, but this way of thinking would present a major stumbling block to a smooth transition. Veneto has to offer to the rest of Italy a “golden parachute” after it breaks away.

MI: How do you imagine a new Venetian state would interact with the overall European community?

PB: A tiny majority of Veneto people are in favor both of the EU and of the Euro as a currency. So I envisage a little, rich state, playing a major economic and political role in the EU, a stabilizing role. It will interact naturally with other rich and similar states, Bavaria (still part of Germany), Austria, and the Netherlands. It will be a Finland in the Adriatic. In general, however, new little states entering the EU in a position of economic privilege (Scotland, Catalonia, Veneto) should also be able to recondition the EU policies and even its nature.

The EU is dangerously approaching the status of a dictatorship, it should go back to be a loose confederation of states providing the guarantee of a free market, a free economic space really open to the East. And nothing else. It is worth remembering that the Ukraine disaster is partially due to the EU sealing off its borders, its protectionist policies: and I refer especially to the Polish-Ukraine borders, and its acting with the cold-war mentality that is at the very origins of the creation of the European Community. It is also worth recalling that the best performing European economies are those of Norway and Switzerland, both independent states, without the EU or the Euro. Mr. Van Rumpuy does not like them, but the international markets do.

MI: What steps has the Italian state taken in the wake of the vote to prevent Venetian secession?

PB: Mr. Alfano, the Italian Minister of Interior Affairs, recently came to Veneto and stated: “Veneto is a major problem and needs a very advanced form of federalism.” What he meant is not clear, nor has any political action been taken so far, at the central level, to address the problem. Every time I hear the word “federalism” I am dismayed. A state is born federal, not turned to a federal commonwealth after it has been born centralistic. This is what history tells, and teaches. Look at the US. They were born free, for some happy years they were 13 free colonies, then they had the Constitution, the Civil War, the New Deal, the Wall Street collapse, all steps that made it more and more centralistic. Look at Switzerland. Until 1848 it was a real confederation. Then its 1848 constitution made it more centralistic, provided for a capital city, Bern, and some of the original freedoms of the Cantons (honestly, just a few) were forever lost.

Italy was born stubbornly centralistic, it might have been different, there were champions, such as the Milanese Carlo Cattaneo and Giuseppe Ferrari, of a pure form of federalism. They lost. Now the time is approaching for the redde rationem. In comparison to Italy, the other major state born in the 19th century, Germany, is much less centralistic. Look at Bavaria, they keep most of their revenues at home. There is no separatism in Bavaria, at least no movements comparable in size and support to those in Veneto, or Lombardy, or Catalonia.

When he was arrested and almost immediately executed, Robespierre was discussing with his team how to design the new letterhead of the official paper to be used by the Convention. I think of this when I see both mainstream newspapers and Italian politicians referring to us as “folklore,” to diminish us, without realizing what’s happening.

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