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While the Gladio and Aldo Moro pages both discuss potential NATO and Gladio involvement in the BR's murder of Moro, this page makes no mention of the significant controversy which still surrounds Moro's death. Particularly noticeable is the absence of journalist Carmine Pecorelli's comments linking Moro's death and his murder soon after.
I would not say this page has anti-left bias so much as it reproduces an uncritical narrative dictated by anti-Soviet interests. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) 02:29, 20 May 2009 (UTC)
These things are all in the public record. Pretending not to notice won't pass muster. This appears to be a refusal to say goodbye to the halcyon days of the Cold War, when "we were always right" and the CIA/MI6 could not be called to account. ProudPrimate (talk) 17:56, 22 November 2009 (UTC)
Red Brigades has nothing to do with open mass struggle of the working class as proposed by Marx and Lenin. It is not so a "Marxist-Leninist vanguard paramilitary organization" rather a "vanguard paramilitary organization", based in Italy. Marx and especially Lenin critisized hidden organizations action with the word "terrorist attacks". Revolution meaning contains de facto the mass struggle. So when a term like Marxist-Leninist is used by historian should be based on historical facts and not neccessery with the particular organisation statements. We should also consider the later news about the involvment of CIA in the kidnapping of Moro (statements of Enrico Rossi, head of the antiterrorism force the days Moro was kidnapped). Furthermore, the text has a sentence "sought to create a "revolutionary" state", this clearly indicates that THEY had this vision - despite I disagree that it was possible - it can be written by a historian. That is why the communist portal link was removed as well. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Vagr7 (talk • contribs) 15:30, 15 July 2014 (UTC)