Berlusconi Mandela comparison

Stories and News No. 213

According to many newspapers, the most exciting moment of the ceremony that preceded yesterday's final of the soccer World Cup was the short tour of the court by Nelson Mandela.
Once the small electric car appeared around the whole stadium jumped.
Only five minutes.
Five minutes to greet and smile to the thousands and billions people connected.
No speech, no need to send messages or illuminating and touching speeches.
That's a privilege of those men whose history speaks for them, getting an ocean of respect and admiration from everybody.
A hand, a smile and the standing ovation is total.
The truth is that people would stand up in front of men like Mandela without them too.
I’m talking about men that world history, among other things, defines as leaders.
It’s said that every country has the government it deserves.
Well, similarly, every People (of freedom) have got their leader.
And the vice versa is also true…

The Story:

This man has been twenty-seven years in prison to defend his ideas…


This one is ready to sell them at any price to not go even a minute at a trial…


This man in 1993 was awarded with the Nobel Peace Prize and that was the most undisputed award in the human history…


This one was designated as possible candidate by some of his disciples and that was the most undisputed bullshit in the human history…


This man, the day of his unjust conviction, claimed of being ready to die in the name of his people…


This one, every day of his life, would be ready to let die an entire people in the name of his freedom...


This man needs just a smile to get his people's attention…


This one must necessarily say some shit, or none listens to him…


This man, when he will be no more here, will be remembered as a legend by his people…


This one, when he will be no more here, will be denied a second later by his people.


They deny him right now…


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