Mercenari Italiani nel mondo

Sminatore italiano Più di una volta abbiamo sentito parlare di “mercenari” in Iraq, o in Afganistan. Bene, questi uomini stanno li per un lauto stipendio e per difendere gli interessi delle multinazionali. I nostri media, giornali e televisioni hanno sempre riportato con grande enfasi l’invio di questi “fantomatici mercenari”. E’ arrivato il momento di smascherarli : Qui e qui trovate le informazioni necessarie per la loro messa in accusa. Ovviamente sono polemico ma è bene sapere che l’organizzazione linkata è una ONG riconosciuta e finanziata dall’ONU. Purtroppo tra le loro fila non ci sono delle simone o dei gino strada o altre persone dichiaratamente schierate a sinistra e si sa quanto valore abbia questa appartenenza come effetto amplificatore.… Continua a leggere

40 anni di terrorismo

Dopo la conferenza tricontinentale tenutasi all’Avana dal 3 al 15 gennaio del 1966 (fondazione dell’OSPAAAL) , la Connessione cubana al terrorismo, dopo l’intervento di ernesto che guevara, scatenò la guerra contro l’occidente … quando l’invasione dell’Iraq e dell’Afganistan non erano ancora avvenute e non potevano essere prese come scusa. … After tricontinental conference held in Havana from January 3-15, 1966 (foundation OSPAAAL), the Cuban connection to terrorism, after participation of ernesto che guevara, unleashed the war against the West … When the invasion of Iraq and Afghanistan had not yet occurred and could not be taken as an excuse For whom the bell tolls… July 23, 1968: An Israeli El Al flight en route from Rome to Tel Aviv, Israel with a crew of ten and thirty-eight passengers, was hijacked by four Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine Islamic terrorists and forced to land in Algiers, Algeria – an OPEC, Marxist Muslim fiefdom.… Continua a leggere

Terminato Mullah Dadullah

La giustizia prima o poi arriva sempre e paga con la stessa moneta che hai usato contro dei essea. KABUL (Reuters) – The Taliban’s top operational commander, Mullah Dadullah, has been killed in a clash in southern Afghanistan, security officials said on Sunday. “Mullah Dadullah has been killed and his body is in Kandahar,” said Saeed Ansari, spokesman for the intelligence department. “Yes, he was killed last night and right now I have his body before me,” Kandahar’s governor Assadullah Khalid told Reuters by phone. He said Dadullah was killed in neighboring Helmand province. Another intelligence official said the one-legged Dadullah was killed in a clash with Afghan troops in the southern province of Helmand on Saturday night.… Continua a leggere

Taliban Winning on One Front

The Taliban are having more success with paper bullets, than with real ones. On the ground, over a hundred Taliban fighters have been killed in the last week, as NATO troops continue their own Spring Offensive, which appears to have cancelled the long threatened Taliban Spring Offensive.  NATO troops are forcing the Taliban to fight, by going into drug producing areas of Helmand province. This area is Heroin Central, where a disproportionate amount of drugs are produced. The Taliban have to try and defend this, because their share of the drug profits pays many of their gunmen. No pay, and a lot fewer guys will carry a rifle for the cause.… Continua a leggere

Afghanistan

Italy Trading five captured Taliban for a kidnapped Italian journalist last month turned out, as expected, to be a major headache. Since then, there have been three more kidnappings, with the Taliban holding fifteen hostages (two French, 13 Afghan), and demanding that Taliban prisoners be released, or the hostages will be killed. To prove their point, the Taliban beheaded the Afghan interpreter of the  freed Italian journalist. The government, realizing it had made a mistake dealing for the Italian journalist, refused to make a deal for the Afghan interpreter. The only reason an exchange was made in the first place was because the Italian government was under pressure, by political disputes back home, to withdraw Italian troops from Afghanistan, because of the kidnapped Italian journalist.… Continua a leggere

Controterrorismo

Italian Rules Italy is taking a lot of heat for the way they pressured the Afghan government to release five captured Taliban, in order to get an Italian journalist released from Taliban captivity last month. In response, the Italians are calling for international guidelines, supervised by the UN, on how to deal with these hostage situations. This is seen as another cynical move by the Italians, who have long been willing to make deals with terrorists, as long as it was in Italys interest. The recent Italian effort in this area has resulted in two French citizens and at least twelve Afghans being kidnapped.… Continua a leggere