Falluja, my love

Foto: www.uruknet.info

Iraq has been invaded by the United States and their allies because it was accused of hiding extermination weapons.
The weapons of mass destruction have not been found.
The Americans have not been discouraged and have used their own.

In Falluja the civilian population was killed with white phosphorus that is like polite napalm. It doesn’t make the terrible mess that we’ve seen with the bombing in Vietnam. It spreads through the air, burns human tissues and so that they can possibly be reused, saves the clothes.
It seems to have been invented by a fashion designer.

In a rainews24 film strip you can see well dressed skeletons and babies’ skulls.
War is always against the civilians.
Just wars do not exist, just as just slavery, just torture, just death penalties do not exist.
War should be abolished.

Saddam Hussein is being tried in Baghdad for crimes against humanity and Bush is in provisional liberty at his ranch in Texas.
Why don’t we try them together?

After Falluja the Italian Government must withdraw the troops.
Let's not become accomplices.
Everyone in the Middle East is viewing the filmstrip.
Let’s not expose our youngsters to possible revenge attacks or someone will bear the consequences on their conscience.

Withdraw from Iraq, now!

PS: Today at 17:00 (5:00pm) I will be present in Rome at the presentation of the book called “Sozoboy” by Ken Sarowina at the Officina Italia del Borghetto in Piazza della Marina, and this evening I’ll be meeting up at their place with the friends of the Rome Meet Up.

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This news is surprisingly still on the media a few days later. You can read more about it on an english newspaper today http://news.independent.co.uk/world/americas/article327094.ece

The first rule is try not to forget. We have the moral duty to know and to spread the word to as many people as we know. But where are the honest, clean people that we elected in our parlaments? Is there anyone out there that is questioning our goverments?

Posted by: Concetta Iannone | November 15, 2005 05:16 PM

this is an ineteresting campaign for the film diffusion on broadcast tv


Posted by: francesco | November 15, 2005 12:35 PM

just watch this:



Posted by: Francesca Allievi | November 14, 2005 04:31 PM

you can find all the addresses at the website I linked earlier. The only one that appears not to be working is the link for mailing the UN. I'm trying to find the address for Kofi Annan's own office, so we don't invade the wrong mailbox :) however, it is far more effective to send a letter, and the postal address is provided. I believe they also have a fax number, try looking through the "Secretary-General" section of the UN site.
Let's act! :)

Posted by: Stefania Oggioni | November 12, 2005 12:53 PM

Please let's start an international campaign!

Let's do a mass e-mailing to the White House about Fallujah!

When they find millions of emails they can't hide any longer!

Has anybody the address?

Posted by: Stefano Barone | November 12, 2005 11:35 AM

I opened a small site containing an action regarding Fallujah:
unfortunately the english version still has some grammar and spelling mistakes, please bear with me and I will correct them asap. If you like the idea, pass it on, and feel free to use all contents.
I have no idea if posting this link is allowed by the rules of the blog, if not, please feel free to cancel the message - but visit the site first :P

Posted by: Stefania Oggioni | November 11, 2005 09:41 PM

Most of americans don't even know who is Lewis Libby
Ahha ,
These kind of people get the power around ignorant people , sleeper people ,
They mix stuff , burn directly or not directly some poor people around the third world ,
in the name of the national security .
When the History will reveal that since the beginning secret agencies planned any detail of this so called "War on Terror" ,
only to get a new american renaissance
I can tell that you ,
Whose complaining these cruel facts will be dead
or so ancient to not care anymore ,
what is done it's done ,
and the new generations barely could learn
how a lie is different from the truth .

You want Nuclear Bombs ?
No .
But a person named Chirac,
Who democratically represents french people ,
nuked some isle years ago,
claiming those as french property , Fukin LoL ,
Now You see how He's sad about the Banlieu Revolution ,
I hope that They will continue this rebellion
It's the New Revolution since 1789 ,
any hit against the Leviathan power is
the true birth of the Freedom.

Posted by: Karl Koch | November 11, 2005 07:11 PM

It is true that more Americans say they are opposed to the Iraq war. But only some of us are doing anything about it, such as demonstrating, writing letters to "our" legislators, and otherwise protesting. The masses of Americans are discontented, but nothing seems to move them into active opposition. Not the increasing death toll of both Iraqis and Americans, not the corruption of the occupation, not the propsect of a permanent US military presence in Iraq. Sometimes I think the only thing that will generate mass opposition will be the re-institution of the military draft. Once the sons of the American bourgeoisie and the rich get their draft notices, then you'll start to see the essentially selfish and detached American public agitate for change.

Posted by: George De Stefano | November 11, 2005 06:40 PM



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Posted by: Mario Gabrielli Cossellu | November 11, 2005 04:26 PM

shame on the whole italy wich is a B-Nation under the US stick...

Posted by: Enrico Melodia | November 11, 2005 01:44 PM

"Please keep in mind that many americans, maybe more than half, think that the Iraq war was a bad idea."

To Alex Dorf
but why then Buch has been re-elected?

Posted by: sabrina ruzza | November 11, 2005 11:44 AM

DON'T BE ASHAMED TO BE ITALIAN!! or American or British or anything else, for what's worth.

We, all of us, gotta get the rights our constitutions warrant to us (rise up, stand up - stand up for your rights! rememeber old good Bobbie Marley?) and ask our employees (the politicians WE elected to run the game on OUR behalf, not their, or media's, oil companies's, malls chains's, royal families's (or any other kinda' family)) to do what we, their employers, want them to do! (Beppe: you're a genius!!)
Let's bury them under tons and tons (a real & actual avalanche) of e-mails, faxes, letters, any kinda message! Let's let them know how we are OUTRAGED by this ominous situation, let's let them know that no media plotted black-outs will keep images like the Falluja bombing away from our eyes, our children's eyes and our memories. Let's let them know that our harts are bleeding in the same way any iraqi fellow's does. That any delay in stopping that massacre, that slaughtery, by, first of all, get the hell out of there, would by us be considered in the same way our (and their) grandparents did when they set up the Norimberga trial against the nazi's criminals: scum of the mankind!

Remember what Albert Einstein answered to the immigration Officer when, at the end of his trip getting away from Europe and the oncoming Shoa, he was quetioned about what was his race (on the U.S. immigration card that everyone, wanting to get into the country has to fill up, there's still, nowadays, this outrageous question abt your bloody race)?

Albert said: "Race? Human I suppose"

Let's keep this alive!!!!
It's the only hope for us, our kids, our kins, our neighbours, our nations, our country, our planet...


Don't give up the fight! -good old Bobbie again.

Posted by: Maurizio Moretti | November 11, 2005 11:39 AM

It was a bad argument. I spoke with English colleagues. I sent to them that link. Everyone has to know what bush did in Iraq; English people as well.

The link'll be read by English & American people that I know.

See you soon, blueice.

Posted by: blueice | November 11, 2005 11:26 AM

stop posting HERE in italian! this is the english version!

Posted by: Lorenzo Andolfatto | November 11, 2005 10:36 AM

I have shame of being Italian
this is before one the long series of testimonies
why of it does not speak nobody?

Posted by: donato prencipe | November 11, 2005 09:50 AM

Please keep in mind that many americans, maybe more than half, think that the Iraq war was a bad idea.

Bathroom Review

Posted by: Alex Dorph | November 10, 2005 11:02 PM

American media didn't tell this story.
As they were silent in the past.
What's happening in U.S.A.?

Posted by: Sergio Stromboli | November 10, 2005 10:05 PM

Only Americans can use Chemical weapons and Atomic Bomb in order to bring Democracy and Freedom.
This is for our sake!

I tell you a bed story..
One day, many months ago, GOD came down to Earth and spoke to BUSH, explaining him everything he needed to do for saving the World.

Now, we can feel more safe and reassured because GOD is taking care of us.

But BUSH, who’s intellective and people skills are known to everyone has gone a bit further.
Here a Metaphor, which represents his understanding of GOD’s teachings:

It is like going to the Dentist (BUSH) for taking out a Tooth with a broken root, and he, the bloody Dentist uses an AXE!, and if, by mistake leaves you with a severed head, it is ok. Anyway, it was for a Good Cause, for the sake of Democracy and Freedom! Be happy.

GOD, actually, only asked for taking out a tooth, the Tooth!

BUSH! What did you understand from that conversation with GOD?
Humankind is waiting for your reply…..


Posted by: Ivan Bettelli | November 10, 2005 09:55 PM

Yes please. Get Italian troops out of Iraq. Show an example to us British. Show us the way to get out of Iraq.

By the way, if someone from Iraq wants to sue the Allies for having bombed his family house in Iraq, who should he speak to? Where are the lawyers that would take on this kind of action?

Posted by: Elizabeth Birks | November 10, 2005 09:28 PM

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