La Stampa

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Italian newspaper with Bilderberg connections.

La Stampa is an Italian newspaper with Bilderberg connections.

Fake News

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In March 2022, the newspaper promised readers coverage of Russian attacks in Kiev and Lvov alongside a headline that read “The Carnage”. The headline was illustrated with an image of a man covering his face in grief as dead bodies lie around him along with lines about “traumatized children in Lvov” and “Kiev preparing for the final assault” by Russian troops.

The photograph actually showed the aftermath of a ballistic missile strike on Donetsk, the capital of a pro-Russian breakaway republic in eastern Ukraine, after it was hit by a tactical Tochka-U ballistic missile that was almost certainly launched by Ukraine.

However, editor-in-chief Massimo Giannini vehemently denied in an interview that the publication had deliberately misled readers.

“The thing that bothers me most and pains me a lot is that there are also some people here in Italy, some disgraced people of the web, who amplify this and call it a case of disinformation,” said Giannini. “Where is the disinformation?” he asked.[1]

 

Employees on Wikispooks

EmployeeJobAppointedEndDescription
Jacopo IacoboniJournalistMember of the Integrity Initiative
Arrigo LeviCorrespondent19691973Attended Bilderberg/1970 and Bilderberg/1972
Arrigo LeviManaging director19731978Attended Bilderberg/1974 and Bilderberg/1975
Maurizio MolinariJournalist19972015
Maurizio MolinariEditor-in-chief26 November 2015April 2020Attended Bilderberg/2017
Carlo SartoriSpecial correspondent

 

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Document:Pro-Kremlin trolls infiltrating comments on news sites for major influence operation, research saysArticle6 September 2021Deborah HaynesA study at Cardiff University shows that "Pro-Kremlin trolls" are influencing opinion in the West by infiltrating the comments sections of news websites. Dissent from the Official Narrative? Must be Russian disinformation.


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