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Bunga Bunga!

Namazu is far away from Europe? Think again, today a 5.9 magnitude hit Nothern Italy, an article here.  Well, so far it seems not that worse like the earthquake of L’Aquila in 2009, the Prime Minister won’t make fun of it this time at least. More good news, the rather near nuclear power plant Caorso was shut down in 1990 already, a new referendum three months after 3/11 spoiled the plans of Berlusconi & Friends to re-animate la forza Italia nucleare in 2013. The bad news, L’Aquila is still far from normal, the recovery goes far slower than necessary. Why? The promised 15 billion Euros by the Gouverment and the other funds drain partially in bureaucracy which is infiltrated by the Mafia. La Famiglia rules the construction business, too. If you are a member, you pay a normal price for rebuilding your house. If you aren’t, you pay an inofficial extra charge, only greased palms work. Or better, they botch, the quality is often below poor. That’s why that Graffiti says „Also the light seems to die, in the uncertain shadow of a becoming“.

UPDATE: Of course the referendum of 2011 was not the very last word spoken in the debate about nuclear energy in Italy, the lobby works on getting back in business. A risky business, because protest made in Italy gets more and more violent, just two weeks ago there was an assault on a nuclear manager in Genua.

PS: I forgot to mention that Emilia–Romagna belongs actually to the hood of the Namazu. The river Po – which is the nothern border of the region – is full of really, really, really giant catfish. I wonder if they went nervous today, the monsters sized species has that 6th sense for earthquakes, too…


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Raider heißt jetzt Twix… sonst ändert sich nix, ich suche immer noch einen Job als Scherzkeks.

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