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Psyops Italian Style: Milan air crash theories emerge
A member of parliment was the first
to call in the crash and explain how it all happened. Right there I am suspicious.
Its the tallest building in Milan, supposedly a prime terrorist target. The
US warns months before to watch out for an attack on the Perrelli Tower. They
like to tell you before they do things like this. Then the media and the Interior
Minister says, it was definitely an accident, the pilot with 30 years and five
thousand hours experience just wasn't looking where he was going. They say that
landing gear problems were enough to cause a plane to fly into the tallest building
in Milan, dead center, in clear calm skies. Total BS. Ask any pilot.
Then they say the plane was on fire
and that caused the crash. Oh but then it could also be he had a fainting spell.
Then no! The son says its a deliberate suicide. If that were the case then what
is the fire all about? And..and... but no, no, no! The nephew says impossible,
"He loved life!"...
Jaysus! So we are also supposed to
believe the media on this entire crock of confabulating fantasies? Basically
there is ZERO reliable data to this entire cockamamie story and that makes me
think it is a clear case of organized BS, somebody in the shadows of government
creating and floating conflicting disinformation that contains the subconscious
subtext of fear over possible terrorist involvment.
The effect is the same. The Air Force
is on high alert status. Oh really? Why? The Interior Minister already pronounced
this an "accident". No, its an underhanded way of saying give up your
rights for security. And the good thing is that now, as psyops officer, you
can sit back, smile, collect your paycheck and relax because you don't have
to come up with any details or official investigation on the "real"
terrorists. You just let everybody scratch their heads and wonder, "how
did it really happen." No need to waste valuable resources explaining who
did it and why. Let the people and those investigative bodies who are out of
the loop speculate and let the fear of terrorism and working in high rises brew.
Let the mystery of it all permeate Milan and all of Italy with fear and anxiety.
No need to supply names and photos of suspects. No need to tell stories about
passports flying through the air. No need to call for war, because its already
Its the economy of it all that is impressive to me.
Milan air crash theories emerge
(CNN) -- Friends and colleagues of
the pilot whose aircraft crashed into a Milan high-rise have dismissed speculation
that he deliberately flew his small plane into the building.
Prosecutors investigating Thursday's
crash have offered three possible explanations for the cause: a technical problem
with Luigi Gino Fasulo's Rockwell Commander 112TC; illness; or suicide.
Fasulo's plane crashed into the 26th
floor of Milan's 32-story Pirelli Tower, killing him
and two women -- Anna Maria Rapetti,
41, and Alessandra Santonocito, 42, both lawyers. Eleven of the 36 injured inside
and outside the building remained hospitalized Friday.
The building, which houses the Lombardy
regional government, remained closed Friday, and surrounding hotels were still
evacuated. But engineers said there is no risk the building will collapse.
A news report citing Fasulo's son,
Marco, fueled speculation that the crash was an act of suicide, and not an accident.
Rome's La Repubblica newspaper quote
Marco Fasulo as saying the crash may have been a deliberate act induced by despair
over financial problems -- reports that Milan police claim Marco Fasulo has
since denied making.
"It was a suicide, a suicide,
do you understand?" he was quoted as saying.
Fasulo's wife, Filomena, told CNN she
plans to sue the newspaper over the report. Meanwhile, Fasulo's nephew, Luigi
Fasulo, told Italian state television that the crash was an accident.
"Surely there was no intention
on the part of my uncle to crash into the building," he said. "He
was a person who loved life."
Fasulo, 68, from Pregassona, Switzerland,
had been flying for over 30 years, held a commercial pilot's license and owned
Under Swiss law every pilot over the
age of 50 has to undergo annual health check-ups. Fasulo passed his last medical
in October with no problems.
Workers at Magadino Airport, the tiny
airport in Locarno, Switzerland, where he kept his plane said he showed no sign
Pino Scossa, a fellow pilot and Fasulo's
friend of 40 years, told Reuters: "I saw him yesterday before he took off
and he seemed very normal to me. The idea that he committed suicide seems absurd
Pietro Marci, former head of the local
flight club, added: "We're surrounded by mountains here. If he wanted to
kill himself he could have flown into one of them."
Italian Transport Minister Pietro Lunardi,
who has ordered a probe into the pilot's health, family situation and finances,
told the Senate that Fasulo could have fallen ill at the controls. (Questions
After making initial radio contact
with the control tower, "there was silence, he was not operating any of
the plane's controls in the last two minutes," he said.
Lunardi told reporters: "There's
every reason to thing there was something strange -- the kind of target and
the way it was hit straight on is spooky."
An Italian law enforcement official
told CNN that authorities had no evidence of any link to terrorism.
Three people, including the pilot,
died and 36 were injured The National Aviation Authority said Fasulo radioed
the control tower at Milan's Linate Airport to report "a small problem"
with his landing gear as he was approaching the airport tarmac to land.
The tower tried to put him into a holding
pattern to the west of the tarmac, but the pilot turned north instead, the authority
When the tower contacted the pilot
again to inform him he was making "improper maneuvers," he told officials
he was trying to fix the problem with the landing gear so he could land, and
that was the last time the tower was able to reach him.
Milan fire brigade officials have said
the plane was on fire as it flew into the Pirelli building.