Re: Re: Rajoy embroiled in new corruption allegations.


Well, I did tip the waitress, she’s Portuguese anyway and from the back looks like that Kardashian woman always in the Mail.

About corruption at the top, or what other countries think of it.

Italy is about to vote for their next leader, and may well re-elect their previous one, Berlusconi. The fact that he is technically serving four years in prison for corruption does not seem to matter to the electorate.

Us Brits may well shake our heads in disbelief, but Italy and Spain are big and important countries, not to be dismissed as some backward States from medieval times.

Maybe we’re the backward ones with our fancy beliefs in justice, while at the same time paying our taxes as the serfs before us have always done.