Italy

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Group.png Italy   Sourcewatch WikiquoteRdf-icon.png
EU-Italy.svg
Flag of Italy.svg
Type nation state
Capital city Rome
Location Europe
Leader President of Italy
Sergio Mattarella.jpg
Incumbent: Sergio Mattarella
Since 3 February 2015
Subgroups • Servizio Informazioni Difesa
• Servizio Informazioni Forze Armate
Interest of Emanuele Ottolenghi
Member of Global Counter Terrorism Forum, NATO, OECD
SubpageItaly/Ambassador to USA

Italy is a nation state in Southern Europe. Its capital city, Rome, contains the Vatican city. After CIA intervention in 1947 to try to prevent the electoral success of the communist party it proved politically unstable. A swathe of bombings from the late 1960s was later shown to be part of a NATO-backed program of propaganda and social destabilisation, exposed in the 1980s. The project had different names in different countries, but the Italian name "Operation Gladio" has come to describe the whole project.

Gladio

Full article: Operation Gladio

Italy was the first country in which the CIA carried out covert actions. In 1947, Roscoe H. Hillenkoetter signed a document NSC 4-A, authorising covert intervention in the elections to prevent a communist victory. This began a decades long campaign by the CIA to try to prevent a communist government from taking power.

Years of Lead

Full article: Stub class article Years of Lead

The Years of Lead were a decades long strategy of tension carried out against the Italian population. They were marked by assassinations and false flag attacks and the gradual exposure of Operation Gladio.

False flag bombings

The Peteano Attack was a false flag attack carried out in 1972 by Vincenzo Vinciguerra (a fascist), but blamed at the time on communist "terrorists". This began a NATO backed "strategy of tension" against the Italian people. After hundreds of people were murdered by false flag bombings such as the Bologna massacre, the level of interest was such that the secret stay-behind network, Operation Gladio was exposed.

Aldo Moro

In 1978, former Italian Prime Minister, Aldo Moro was kidnapped and murdered by the Brigate Rosse (Red Brigades). Like the Peteano attack, the possibility that this could have been a false flag attack was initially not taken seriously, although after the exposure of Gladio, it now is. Culpability is still being debated.

Exposure

Italy was where the truth about Operation Gladio finally emerged (which is why the Europewide network has an Italian name). Italy was one of only 3 members of the European Union which complied with the European Parliament's directive to investigate Operation Gladio.[1]

Bearer bonds

Full article: Bearer bond

Extremely large amounts of Bearer bonds (in extremely large denominations) have turned up on the Swiss border, such as the June 2009 seizure of US$ 134.5 billion worth. Reports disagree as to whether the bonds were real or fake, but those caught importing hem into Switzerland appear to have been released with charge.[2][3][4]

"War on Terror"

Full article: Rated 4/5 “War on Terror”

In 2015, six people were convicted of anti-semitism in Italy, under 1993 "race hatred" laws, in the wake of Charlie Hebdo.[5]

Arms Production

Italy was the #8 nation worldwide as regards arms exports from 2012-2016.[6]

 

An event carried out

EventDateLocation
2011 Attacks on Libya15 February 2011 - 23 October 2011Libya
 

Nation state

Nation state
Vatican City
 

Events

EventDate
Aerolinee Itavia Flight 87027 June 1980
Bilderberg/1957 October4 October 1957 - 6 October 1957
Bilderberg/19652 April 1965 - 4 April 1965
Bilderberg/198724 April 1987 - 26 April 1987
Bilderberg/20043 June 2004 - 6 June 2004
Bilderberg/20187 June 2018 - 10 June 2018
Borghese coup7 December 1970 - 8 December 1970
Le Cercle/1968 (Rome)May 1968
Piazza Fontana massacre12 December 1969 16:37:00
Piazza della Loggia bombing28 May 1974 10:12:00
 

Groups

GroupDate
Ambrosetti Club1965 - Present
Banca Nazionale del Lavoro
Bank of Italy
Operation Gladio1948 - Present
Opus Dei2 October 1928 - Present
World Food Programme
 

Citizens of Italy on Wikispooks

TitleBornDiedDescription
Gianni Agnelli12 March 192124 January 2003
Umberto Agnelli1 November 193427 May 2004
Renato Altissimo
Alfredo Ambrosetti6 times Bilderberg visitor
Nino Andreatta11 August 192826 March 2007
Giulio Andreotti14 January 19196 May 2013
Tima Anselmi25 March 19271 November 2016
Enrico Anzilotti
Carlos Aritario
Luigi Barzini21 December 190830 March 1984
Piero Bassetti20 December 1928
Rodolfo de Bendetti2 July 1961
Gilberto Bernardini28 August 19064 August 1995
Tarcisio Bertone2 December 1934
Enzo Bettiza7 July 192728 July 2017
Emma Bonino9 March 1948
Antonio Borges18 November 194925 August 2013
Valerio Borghese6 June 190626 August 1974
Ferrucio de Bortoli20 May 1953
Manlio Brosio10 July 189714 March 1980The last Secretary General of NATO who was appointed before he attended the Bilderberg.
Raffaele Cafiero
Luigi Calabresi14 November 193717 May 1972
Luigi Caligaris
Roberto Calvi13 April 192017 June 1982An Italian banker dubbed "God's Banker" (Italian: Banchiere di Dio) by the press because of his close association with the Holy See. Found death, hanging from a bridge in London.
Giampiero Cantoni10 February 19399 May 2012
Lucio Caracciolo7 February 1954
Felice Casson5 August 1953
Luigi Cavalchini
Paolo Pansa CedronioDeputy NATO Secretary General
V. Chiusano
Vittorino Chiusano27 February 1925
Carlo Ciampi9 December 192016 September 2016
Francesco Cingano
Innocenzo Cipolletta
Umberto Colombo192713 May 2006
Fedricio Umberto D'Amato19191 July 1996
Roberto Ducci8 February 19149 March 19856 times Bilderberg visitor
John Elkann1 April 1976
Hervé Falciani9 January 1972
Pietro Fedino1939
Mario FerraroJuly 1995
Arnaldo Forlani8 December 1925
Gabriele Galateri
Raoul Gardini7 June 193323 July 1993
Raul Gardini7 June 193323 July 1993
Alcide De Gasperi3 April 188119 August 1954
Licio Gelli21 April 191915 December 2015
Alberto Giovannetti19131989
Raffaele Girotti13 July 191825 January 2015
Giuseppe Glisenti
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Related Document

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Italy 1947-1948book extract2003William Blum


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