The story in yesterdays EUPolitico by
There’s no “may” about it duckie, and he was nothing to do with logistics: he was the auditor of how terrorists get money, and who from.
Note the carefully chosen word “some” there. So what does the rest of the family think? Oh, but there’s a note and that changes everything….
OK fair enough: so which investments and who are these friends?
But this last one takes Biscuit of the Year award for sheer, slimey hypocrisy:
Well done there, newshound Guilia: the Pulitzer’s in the bag, baby. Here’s a few clues about Ms Paravicini’s sympathies:
Ah….right: NATO, Italian police. Well, well. Is she independent? Here’s yet more campaigning journalism, Paravicini-style:
Riiiiyeeeet….well, I think we get the picture: migrants aren’t a problem, Brexit’s a disaster, Moscow is threatening the West.
Yesterday, I said that Anis Imre was a patsy. Today, I found another one. Anyway, here’s a tip from an old head, Giulia. Next time, ask the source:
- What were the papers Yves Chalendon gave to his family for safe-keeping?
- Why did he travel 120kms away from his home to kill himself?
- Why did he tell friends he was being followed and getting “odd” phone calls?
- Why was he enthusing about 2017 holidays the family had lined up 48 hours before he blew his brains out….using the wrong hand?
Is there a brave MSM journalist in the House?