Taliban Information

informazione_talebana.jpg

To start off with I want to say a few things about Mastrogiacomo. He must come home. His family has my solidarity. The Government must do all it can.
Having said that I can say that it is disgusting that the Country(?) is mobilizing only if the person kidnapped is a journalist.
And that it doesnít bat an eyelid if 4 workers are assassinated every day for the lack of safety in a work place. If three people at a time are shot in Campania.
When it was known that the driver of Mastrogiacomo had been killed we all let out a sigh of relief as we feared the worst.
But, fortunately, it was just the driver. To allow one of our journalists to be in Afghanistan while thereís a war going on with our army and our weapons. Well, it means going out to look for trouble.
If I were a Taliban, I would kidnap him straight away. Itís a tiny investment with a great media pay-back. If they kidnap ten journalists like Mastrogiacomo the war is finished in a week.
Iíve got a solution for the future. Send other special envoys to Kabul: Mieli for historical reconstruction, De Bortoli for economic analysis, Belpietro to take photos, Rossella for gossip about burkas, Severgnini on his bicycle for every day news about the customs of Italians abroad. They would certainly end up kidnapped, but the Taliban would let them go straight away.
They would understand on their own that no one would pay the ransom. After that an Italian journalist going to Afghanistan would be safe from ever being kidnapped.

Posted by Beppe Grillo at 06:37 PM in | Comments (4)
Post a comment | Sign up | Send to a friend | | GrilloNews | TrackBack (0) |
View blog opinions



Comments

What happened to that husband and wife that, as far as I know, are still in jail in Kenya?

Aren't they Italian citizens as well?

Should we be moved to pity only for journalists?

Don't get me wrong, I hope that Mastrogiacomo will be freed asap but, what about the others that did not get as much coverage?

Posted by: Giovanni Principe | March 19, 2007 12:56 PM


Yes Marcia, sad isn't it ? how can this happen ? You know... they watch reality show , a little bit of Sanremo ( nothing against it... me too I love it...) , chocolate spread for le arterie...., snacks for the kids, fashion backpacks....., pointy shoes .....a nice magazine that comes with your newspaper to fry you like an egg .........this is it, plain vanilla .............and then you get THAT !.......so it is us,... the housewifes of Vicenza....some young men just fresh of university with thir beard, Beppe, that lovely Travaglio..... a lot of people if I think of it.....wityh don't like fare a mazzate ...of course they deserve it .....

Posted by: giuliana capo | March 18, 2007 08:55 PM


i agree

But I would also add that send the Ambassador of Muslim in Italy ( I never knew such a post existed) Send the head of Muslim community in Italy the directors of mosques, the ambassadors of Muslim countries as well

WHY

I asked them to protest the coward act of dropping 2000lbs bombs on women & children
I asked them to protest at the phosphoring of al Falluja, the city of 150 mosques
i asked them to protest protest protest at this butchering
i asked the Italian journalists to prote
i asked al Haliburton channel AKA as al jazeera of the Las Vegas of Middle East to let me protest
I asked the church and the clergy to protest and they told me do not worry it will be over in 2 weeks

So I ask why is it that I am told that 100 mayors of the world cities and all the above are protesting for an Italian journalist but none of them care about the women, children, the old, sick in afghanistan who are being cowardly killed by bombs so much more powerful than the mud it is built from

Yes one fact I was missing and that is Yes the Italian soldiers are butchering the Afghans!

Posted by: marcia Visanji | March 18, 2007 07:02 PM


I AGREE!!!

Posted by: Giuseppe Graceffa | March 18, 2007 06:45 PM


Post a comment


Beppe Grillo's Blog is an open space for you to use so that we can come face to face directly. As your comment is published immediately, there's no time for filters to check it out. Thus the Blog's usefulness depends on your cooperation and it makes you the only ones responsible for the content and the resulting outcomes.

Information to be read before using Beppe Grillo's Blog

The following are not allowed:
1. messages without the email address of the sender
2. anonymous messages
3. advertising messages
4. messages containing offensive language
5. messages containing obscene language
6. messages with racist or sexist content
7. messages with content that constitutes a violation of Italian Law (incitement to commit a crime, to violence, libel etc.)

However, the owner of the Blog can delete messages at any moment and for any reason.
The owner of the Blog cannot be held responsible for any messages that may damage the rights of third parties Maximum comment length is 2,000 characters.
If you have any doubts read "How to use the blog".

Post a comment (English please!)


First name and Surname*:

Email Address*:
We remind you that anonymous messages (without real first name and surname) will be cancelled.
URL:


* Compulsory fields



Send to a friend

Send this message to *


Your Email Address *


Message (optional)


* Compulsory fields