Monday, August 30, 2004

Enzo Baldoni

Enzo Baldoni, the kidnapped Italian journalist who i posted about last week, was executed three days ago. I really don't know what to say except that i am just so tired of all this senseless violence.

I really don't care who bombs/shoots/beheads/humiliates who, i just wish you all would stop. Whoever you are, whatever army you own or belong to, whichever uniform you wear or cheer for, where ever you live, no matter who pays you or who you pay, everything is all one big mess and it's crap.


#8/30/2004 02:49:00 pm Assalam Aleikom Blogger Dilnareen

I was shocked as well, I was seriously expecting his release. He was a journalist with the red cross what excuse did they have. I mean now they're kidnapped 2 french journalists and france isn't even part of the coalition. They probably realised that later thats why they used that flimsy headscarf excuse.
This is just so hate-fueled beyond belief and they just want to kick out any help coming to Iraq.
I hate the fact that these ppl have made Iraq look like a no go for non-arabs like everyone over there is as brain dead as these criminals. Look whether we like it or not we need foreigners in the country for reconstruction (useful foreigners not the terorists the rest of the ME keeps chucking in)
Whats also worrying is that these ppl and organisations have the least amount of protection around.

#8/30/2004 02:54:00 pm Assalam Aleikom Anonymous Anonymous

I think that his execution was a balls up by that faction of the resistance. If one reads his blog, it is clear that he was anti occupation and pro Iraqi. They would have gotten more mileage out of his coverage than by his demise. So stupid.

Berlusconi probably cheered when they killed him.


#8/30/2004 02:58:00 pm Assalam Aleikom Anonymous Anonymous

I think that the execution of Enzo was a balls up by that resistance faction. If one reads his blog, it is clear that he was anti occupation and pro Iraqi. Berlusconi probaly cheered when they killed him. One less anti coalition voice out of Iraq.


#8/30/2004 03:00:00 pm Assalam Aleikom Anonymous Anonymous


Sorry, the comments system is screwing me over here.


#8/30/2004 04:49:00 pm Assalam Aleikom Anonymous Anonymous

There's a beautiful Italian pacifist, anti-warsong called: La guerra di Piero. It was the good and sympathetic singer Fabrizio De Andre (google) who sung it. It is a song i hear and sing a lot - out loud! While i'm questioning myself: now why the change in chantage, kidnappings and killings in the name of some god (that was invented by people's phantasy as far as i'm concerned), but now this change to blackmail towards legal rules in France, about headscarves, and other religious symbols. What does it mean? It is a change in strategy. But what to think of it? So, i guess i want to know who are these creatures of some miserable own-shaped violent god that hide their faces behind arms, arms, arms, bad symbols and more arms.

#8/30/2004 07:06:00 pm Assalam Aleikom Blogger khalid jarrar

i just saw this post:((
when he was kidnapped, italians sent me emails asking me to help!
i was teling them that he will be out in few days for sure :**(

#8/31/2004 12:22:00 am Assalam Aleikom Blogger Alvaro Frota

To analyse the kidnapping and execution of the italian journalist one must answer this historical question:

1.) Who creates Al-Qaeda and fully supported this organization? And why?

The first law of the science of criminology is: a crime is carried out by whom will make profit of this crime. Then, another question arise:

2.) Who will make profit with the assassination of an Italian journalist?

In Iraq, there isn't only a war. There is a dirty war too...

Then, stay alert.

Aquele abraço! (One especial hug!)

?lvaro Frota

#9/05/2004 01:27:00 pm Assalam Aleikom Blogger emigre

?lvaro Frota

those same thoughts occurred to me.


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