Talk:Imane Fadil

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From the current version of the article: "il Fatto Quotidiano (a Bilderberg newspaper)[7]:" - the argument on Telegram about Stefano Feltri is valid, he left: "deputy editor of Il Fatto Quotidiano, a position he holds until the end of July 2019"[1] - so remove the Bilderberg mention? -- Sunvalley (talk) 21:50, 12 September 2022 (UTC)

By all means change it. I was thinking of Stefano Feltri who was trained by Lilli Gruber, when I wrote it. IMO the paper is in a decade-long process of being subverted by the powers-that-be. I have seen similar in Norway, where Klassekampen, the once critical leftist newspaper, is inching closer and closer to the NATO/WEF line; or Germany, where taz now is mainstream. I bet il Fatto Quotidiano is silent or cowardly on the green pass.

Terje (talk)

Since there is direct input from a reader and nothing in addition that supports the Bilderberg part, then alright, will do so .. / Covid -on short check of their main page, I see this, but also this. Not sure about them, don't know the paper, but you can't blame them for others attempting to subvert, and if this has taken place as of yet can be doubted when even Wikipedia has to mention they have taken a pro-Russia stand (IMO). As for taz, sure they are gone, but this is easy to pick up on when you read on certain topics - it could be that it is not the case with il Fatto Quotidiano. -- Sunvalley (talk) 18:25, 13 September 2022 (UTC)