Fascist rocker loses her job!

It’s called Lycanthrop. His article made its way directly to the head of Viking, before being published anywhere. No one knows how he got the real name and address! This is how, a few hours later, Francesca Ortolani aka Viking, a 23-year-old video editor who worked for an American producer and filmmaker, was fired.

We don’t know much about Francesca’s boss. She greets him in the booklet for her “Gloucester Road” CD. His name is James, but we don’t know if that’s his real name. We know that he is an old man, filmmaker, producer, he is American, he is a naturalist. I learned the story from Ashtree Records Press Room spokesman Magnus Torricelli, an Italian journalist living in the United States and living on the blacklist, a good friend of Viking’s. “He must have stolen the address” says Magnus “I can’t explain it. Francesca has never shown the videos she was working on, so no one could link her to J. and his team. This Lycantrop has no face, we don’t know him. He’s Too cowardly to show his face.

The British documentary Lycantrop wrote about is “Hate Rock”, produced by Neil Mackay, a British award-winning journalist and opinion-writer, who met Viking in March 2005 for an interview. I asked Magnus what the interview was for: “The interview was about white power music…you know, Francesca is a nationalist and dedicates a lot of her music to these ideas. She’s a well-known songwriter and producer in this scene. , so she was included in the documentary.”

If you think that under the political campaign everything is allowed you should read the article he wrote. The writer has a vivid fantasy!

Lycantrop investigates Berlusconi’s relationship with the British media: “Italians are not stupid and they understand that Berlusconi controls television, but they don’t know that he also makes his propaganda with NATO friends through British television, the bloodthirsty face of angel Francesca “Viking” Ortolani and sex symbol Donal MacIntyre. Francesca Ortolani imported the documentary to Italy through a long and passionate review in order to draw attention to herself and her friends. Meanwhile, Donal MacIntyre builds his own alibi as anti-Nazi saying that he was attacked by some of these subordinates. People do not know that Francesca Ortolani aspires to work for NATO and while she finished studying, she has inserted herself well in the media, to make her propaganda with subliminal messages, working as a video editor for an American company. Who is piloting this? Bush, Blair and Berlusconi. The Viking University La Sapienza in Rome from I should expel her, but the Faculty of Engineering must be corrupted in the same game. Many professors work for companies that produce military devices.”

I’m external to the issue, I’m not “building my own alibi like Donal MacIntyre”, I’m external even though I’m one of those 17000 downloaders (Magnus says the number is out of date), so I decided to Meet Francesca Ortolani, the young Viking singer, for some questions. She finds me in front of the Faculty of Engineering and she asks me if I want to have something hot. She looks friendly and I can tell Lycantrop that her hair is real. She doesn’t look like a Nazi terrorist or a NATO member. She has the face of a teenager, she is very shy, but she is a determined woman.

I ask him what he will do with Lycantrop. “I don’t know,” she replies, “I want to know who he is. I don’t usually go against people who slander me, but this guy involved too many people in his stories and I don’t want to see people fall. by me, so he would, I would sue him if the story doesn’t end here, but I’m not sure the other people mentioned in the article would be happy.”

She tells me about her work “I respect James’ decision. This will not erode our friendship. I understand his fears. He worked all his life to get his job. He is a great professional, he built a great team and I am happy because I have been a little part of that. My job was to make trailers for his videos for the web and other channels. I was also starting to compose some soundtracks for his documentaries.”

I tried to get James’s contact directly, but the man wants to remain anonymous, so I asked him.

Magnus if I could kindly send you my questions. This is James’ version of the story:

“I’m so sorry. I had told Francesca to stay away from white power music. She has nothing to do with it.”

that world! She is a talented songwriter, she has a lovely voice and she did a great job for me. She has the skills as an editor and the touch and experience of a producer despite her age. I’m sorry, I have to defend my work and my team.”

James is quite reluctant to talk. Magnus thinks that his decision was very difficult. by my fortune

I could take another witness. It’s N., a 30-year-old cameraman from Los Angeles who works for James. He met Viking in London for work recently:

“She’s cute. When you do my job you meet a lot of people every day and you know you won’t see them again. One day I met Francesca. I was with J. We were filming…” he didn’t tell me what they were filming and what Francesca was doing there “…and God exists. J. begged him to write music for us and do some promo clips. Our team is a small family and Francesca is like a sister. I don’t want to lose her friendship. Lycantrop.. idiot. I don’t know who he is. If I did, I’d be dead by now.”

Lycantrop also accuses Viking of strategically presenting their new album in Italy during the campaign, to help Silvio Berlusconi and Forza Italia gain votes and sympathy for some of their initiatives, such as the construction of highways, high-speed trains, the reintroduction of the nuclear energy. power in this country. He accuses Magnus Torricelli “who lives in the United States” of working behind and shuffling the cards writing that the documentary censored Viking, drawing attention to those censored parts, implicating Neil Mackay and company as contributors to this hidden game. “I’ve never met this Neil Mackay, I don’t know if he’s tall or short, fat or skinny,” says Magnus. “We’re not playing any occult game, instead I think and wrote that the documentary censored Viking.”

Viking, a mysterious silent girl, looks at me first and after blowing on the cup of hot tea tells me “The Lycantrop should win a first prize for his novel. He had nothing better to do that night when he wrote the article. No “No use to any political party or candidate. This story must have been a joke, but the real issue is how he got James’ name and address.”

I ask her if she feels spied on and persecuted and she answers “I don’t know. I continue to live prudently and responsibly. This time I don’t think I’m the one being persecuted and I don’t have a bug…”. Viking alludes to the fact that the item was personally placed, not shipped from a remote location, in James and Magnus’ US PO Boxes. They live in different cities and states, have never met before, and are only friends because they are Viking friends.

The author is unknown, the target is unknown, Viking only knows that Lycantrop maybe knows Italian or someone translated the article for him. James received an English version and Magnus received the Italian version. Francesca did not receive a copy. She doesn’t know if the producer of “Hate Rock” and company received a copy because she didn’t hear from them. She does not exclude that more copies will be distributed in Europe, for which she is waiting. She does not rule out that the article be published outside the “collectives” of the left. Magnus Torricelli wants to denounce the “invasion of privacy”, the filmmaker James “will do something”, the cameraman N. seems more interested in the fact that Francesca is single at the moment. Silvio knows nothing of this story (officially). Donald MacIntyre has a new fan: Magnus’s grandmother. Lycantrop has disappeared into the darkness. Will he Reappear in Europe? End of Episode I

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