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Fake evidences against Syria?

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The anti -Assad propaganda uses big names, powerful televisions , accredited journalists. And when the credited newspapers are popular not even need the sensationalism so demonized by the readers and/or if  propaganda news are fed on sensationalism, it does not matter. The average man filters it and recognizes it as ‘reliable information’.

That ‘s what happened to the BBC , British television followed all over the world. (Source Coscienzeinrete)

In fact , the BBC – became by months in a sort of anti -Assad propaganda tool – published ashock-photo, presenting it as taken in the Syrian city of Hula and sent by some activists in Syria to witness the massacres implemented by Assad’s forces.

But it is a fake, as the author, a freelance photographer, reported on Facebook by over one year.
“It ‘s an Italian and his name is Marco Di Lauro . When he took the photo was March 27, 2003 in Al Musayyib , an Iraqi city 40 km south of Baghdad. ” (source ECPlanet )

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Marco Di Lauro Photographer – Reportage by Getty Images

‘Somebody is using illegaly one of my images for anti syrian propaganda on the BBC web site front page.
Today – Sunday May 27 at 0700 am London time – the attached image which I took in Al Mussayyib in Iraq on March 27, 2003 was front page on BBC web site illustrating the massacre that happen in Houla, a Syrian town, and the caption and the web site was stating that the images was showing the bodies of all the people that have been killed in the massacre and that the image was received by the BBC by an unknown activist. Somebody is using my images as a propaganda against the Syrian government to prove the massacre.’

This is the post on 27 May 2012 (link) where it is also stated that the report by Marco Di Lauro was ‘by Getty Images’, one of the largest photo agencies in the world.

How the BBC has been able to sink in the mud of war propaganda is really a mystery.

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“Houla carnage” news showed by BBC

On the other side, we hope that – today better than tomorrow – Mr. Obama and Mr. Cameron will notice that Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in the person of Emma Bonino, and the Holy See seem to have different and a lot more accurate informations on Syrian ‘state of art’ than those bandied by United States or United Kingdom.

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Another Italian soldier died in Afghanistan. Why?

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Another Italian soldier, Tiziano Chierotti, died in Afghanistan and 3 others were wounded. A patrol just 20 km from Camp Lavaredo up to ​​the village of Siav, where an ambush awaited them.

And we have to ask ourselves why we sent them there.

Perhaps, because we are tired of seeing heroine among our young people, given that, in 2011, ‘the United Nations stated that the portion of land for the Afghan opium cultivation had increased by 7%, reaching a total length of 1.310 kilometers square, of which the majority is in the ‘less safe’ areas of the south and east of Afghanistan. ‘ (Source: Reuters)

According to the Russian Federal Service for the Control of Narcotics, Talibans – just them – would try $ 150 million a year from drug trades. ‘A huge mass of heroin produced in a small area as New York City,’ said Ivanov, the ‘Tsar of Russian DEA’, while Barack Obama has promised – with too much carelessness? – to leave the control of the country to Afghans by the end of 2014, while it is certain that a good part of the illegal traffics takes place under the cover of military place.

We spoke of Tiziano, Corporal Chierotti, an Alpine Ranger by Arma di Taggia, province of Imperia, who died for the streets of Siav, Farah province, Afghanistan, in the name of a war that the Taliban have declared to the world 30-plus years ago, first migrating in Afghanistan in the wake of fundamentalists supported by China and the United States, and then occupying it permanently, having leveled the capital, Kabhul, although he had surrendered, just to disarticulate the state organization.

A band of millions of Pakistan tribal raiders that two genertions ‘occupied’ the lucrative trade of weapons and opium on which Afghan economy trusts.

Several years ago, I wrote about the ‘enemy’ and the correctness to call them ‘insurgents’, as the United Nations so called them, but limiting this definition to Wiziristan, where tribal groups were not hostile, originally, to our ‘peacekeepers’.

Today, I think it is important to begin to clarify who the insurgents, the tribes who do not identify with the government in Kabul, who the Taliban ‘out of area’ as in Siav, which is outside the area of ​​historical infiltration by Pashtun / Taliban from Pakistan, and who are the ‘narcos’ that are based in Siav, which – like other places in that ‘caravan highway’ – is one of the stages of the couriers from west provinces come and go with Pakistan.

Reasons to suggest to deal the U.S. abandon of any role of the military police against the narco cartels – in Hispanic Americas to local forces as in Afghanistan as to a meager ‘ten thousand army’ of Italian or Engish soldiers and an half dozen of some others – while USA is the largest market in the world of drug dealing?

Reasons too abstract to accept the death of one of our beloved guys, and too many of others in homeland, that succumb to heroin?

Support our soldiers.

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