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venerdì 19 febbraio 2010

Meritocracy Made in Italy

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:

Meritocracy is a system of a government or other organization wherein appointments are made and responsibilities assigned to individuals based upon demonstrated talent and ability (merit). In a meritocracy, society rewards (via wealth, position, and social status) those who show talent
and competence as demonstrated by past actions or by competition.
Please now look at this video, and you will see what means meritocracy in Italy. The "nice lady" in the video is Mara Carfagna. She is a former showgirl and was elected to the Chamber of Deputies for Forza Italia party in 2006. On May 8, 2008, Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi appointed her Minister for Equal Opportunity. When she first entered parliament Berlusconi jokingly commented that Forza Italia practiced the law of primae noctis; the right of a feudal lord to take the virginity of his female subjects. On July 5, 2008, the Argentine journal Clarín reported about telephone wiretap records authorized for an anti-corruption investigation. Reporter Julio Algañaraz wrote that Carfagna and Silvio Berlusconi engaged in a telephone conversation with explicit allusions to oral sex.

Leo Perinovich
For furhter information: (Sexgate a la italiana)

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