martedì 24 aprile 2007

Scrivere bene



Una definizione di "scrivere bene" è: "saper usare poche parole per fare molto male".

Ecco un bell'incipit, che con un colpo solo sistema Wolfowitz, la sua donna, e la Banca Mondiale.

"Paul Wolfowitz's conduct at the World Bank is outrageous and he deserves to be fired—although, let's face it, any woman who would sleep with him does deserve a raise—but let's not be romantic about his Bank opponents. To hear it from them, once Wolfie is out the door, the Bank will get back to its core mission. If by core mission they mean rewarding corrupt, Third World elites and making the poor poorer, I think they'd be correct."


The World Bank: Worse than Wolfowitz, Ken Silverstein, Harper's Magazine, 23 aprile 2007

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