5 days to 5 stars: The movement Quirinale

Submitted by Beppe Grillo  – The Beppe Grillo Blog

The M5S will stop at nothing to make themselves heard. This week we got even at the Quirinale: the parent company spokesman Gianluca Castaldi and George Sorial made available to the President Mattarella our concerns to the path of reform, freedom of RAI , and for the stability law that has not even a text. We also took the opportunity to remind the President the proposal on CBI.

About RAI, Robert Fico classroom complaint as government reform deprive RAI of its public service tasks. Premier squares promised heaven and earth, only to do the exact opposite once in power: RAI must now tell the people that “all is well”. And the “opposition”? All lined up in hopes of a chair, the only M5S fights for a free RAI.

Not the best situation of the Bank of Italy, which should keep watch on our money but instead Commissioner healthy banks (for svenderle “friends”?), Ignores the ailing Monte dei Paschi, and you investigate the governor. The banking system needs to be reformed, as we explain Alessio Villarosa and Daniele Peach along with Elio Lannutti.
In the Senate, John Endrizzi announces a small great victory of the M5S: go in the classroom our bill against the advertising of gambling. A law built with citizens and not with the lobby, and now we will see the many talkers parties who will support the real. Continue reading

The Daily Debt Rattle

Submitted by Raúl Ilargi Meijer  –  The Automatic Earth

• Pensioners Prosper, The Young Suffer. UK Social Contract Is Breaking (Willetts) 
• Putting China’s “6.9% GDP Growth” In Context (Lebowitz) 
• China Premier Says 7% Growth Goal Never Set In Stone (Reuters) 
• China Communist Party Paper Says Country Should Join TTIP (Reuters)
• Cyber Attacks Bigger Threat To Our Banking System Than Bad Debts (Luyendijk) 
• The Age Of The Torporation (Economist) 
• Listen – Is That The Sound Of A Bubble Bursting Down Under? (Steve Keen) 
• Mortgage Rate Rises Too Little, Too Late For Australia’s Bloated Banks (David) 
• Portugal Left Vows To Topple Government With No-Confidence Vote (Reuters) 
• More Syrians Risk Deadly Crossings To Greece In Race Against Winter (Guardian) 
• Hotspot ‘Solution’ Deepens Europe’s Refugee Crisis (IRIN)
• Bodies Of 40 Migrants Wash Ashore In Libya (AP) 
• Europe Split On Migrant Crisis On Eve Of Brussels Talks (Reuters) 
• Balkan Countries Threaten To Close Borders If Germany Does (Reuters) 
• Refugee Crisis Agreement Between Serbia And Croatia (BN.ie) 
• Tampons, Sterile Cotton, Sanitary Pads Contaminated With Monsanto Glyphosate (RT)