Talk:Indro Montanelli

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Some of the English translations in this article are very poor or virtually unintelligible. ~ Ningauble (talk) 17:09, 2 January 2013 (UTC)


  • Servitude, in many cases, is not forced upon by the masters, but a temptation of the servants.
  • A country that ignores its own yesterday, of which it knows absolutely nothing and doesn't cure itself of knowing nothing, can't have a tomorrow.
  • We must get it through to our heads that the fight against corruption is done in one way only: by changing the Italians, not by changing political parties. Political parties, even the new ones, corrupt themselves, it's inevitable.