Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi wants his party to be re-elected next month so bad, he’s starting to sound like John Kerry. Last week he pledged his continued support for the war in
I wasn’t going to write about Italian public opinion, and how it has been affected by the lies told by that communist reporter, Giuliana Sgrena, but I can’t resist.
Public opinion in
AP Photographs of the car from news services show intact windows and very few bullet holes. Yet the so-called journalist in the car, Comrade Sgrena, has been claiming that she was the target of a deliberate ambush, and that the car had been riddled with bullets after it slowed to stop at the checkpoint. She’s contradicted herself, changed the story a number of times, and later admitted the car was going so fast that the driver almost lost control.
Why is Sgrena still getting a free pass from our media? Wednesday’s Toronto Globe and Mail managed to retell the story without once mentioning her name, or the glaring inconsistencies of her fabrications.
Sgrena’s mission to