There wasn’t much feedback on yesterday’s ‘blog (there were no ‘likes’). Perhaps all the PlayStation fans were a bit busy playing one of those games where you go around shooting people like Grand Theft Auto, Metal Gear Solid or SIMS: The Oscar Pistorius version.

On the subject of Pistorius, he was given bale today as the as the Judge said that he was unlikely to flee or be violent (in spite of the fact that he is a professional athlete who owns a gun).

Anyhow, it’s time to move onto to today’s ‘blog and one person who won’t be heading out on bail (but probably should be locked up, were it not for the fact that the he created laws meaning former Prime Ministers can’t go to jail) is Silvio Berlusconi.

It’s hard to really comprehend how much one man can abuse his power – he really makes Politicians in this country look like rank amateurs in terms of corruption and wrongdoings.

He’s also the Chairman of AC Milan, a club who have recently signed wild-child Mario Ballotelli – or as you’d describe him when compared to Berlusconi ‘a sensible and upstanding member of society’…

Due to his controversies, I decided to Google some information about Silvio Berlusconi and his scandals; the main information I was told was that he prefers the ones with strips leather that are sturdy and made to last – I then realised that I’d Googled about Silvio Berlusconi’s sandals, not scandals.

There’s been persistent rumours that when he’s not involved in his bunga bunga parties, that Berlusconi is involved with the Italian mafia – Berlusconi normally responds by telling people to stop being Scilly…

He has now decided to run for office again and it’s alleged that he has written to all floating voters promising them tax breaks – although if the letters are delivered by the Italian postal service, then surely anyone who can get the postal service to deliver letters must be worth a go as president?

Berlusconi’s main recent controversy in recent years (there have been a few) was that his use of underage prostitutes. This was uncovered after he regularly submitted VAT returns, fortunately he then went and created a law downgrading the severity of tax evasion… “It’s a appalling” quite rightly, said the people of Italy… “He’s a disgrace” said the rest of the world… “He should have blamed his dog” said Harry Redknapp…

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