NATO airplanes are dropping military waste in the Adriatic Sea

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NATO airplanes are dropping military waste in the Adriatic Sea

This article originally appeared at translated by Stevo Marjanović exclusively for SouthFront.

Recent discovery that NATO airplanes are dropping bombs and rockets in the Adriatic Sea, not only in the special zones, but also near the coast has disturbed everyone in the region.

As it was reported by “Jutarnji list”, this will result in creation of high concentration of toxic chemicals, and because bombs are affected by the sea currents, this is a moveable arsenal of death.

Italian journalist Gianni Lannes claims that NATO and the Italian government are lying when they claim that bombs and missiles not used during military missions are dropped in six pre-determined zones. Lannes says that in reality, there are 24 such zones which lie not only in international waters but also within Croatian and Italian state borders.

Zones for military waste spread from Trieste (northern Adriatic) to Santa Maria di Leuca (town near Strait of Otranto).

“There is a large arsenal of bombs from Second World War and bombs used by NATO during the bombing of Serbia in 1999 just 50 miles from Istrian shores.  The concentration of mustard gas, phosphorus and other poisonous chemicals is frightening, and bombs are susceptible to sea currents, this is mobile arsenal of death.”

“Recently there has been a large number of turtle and dolphin deaths near Italian shores. The Italian state agency Icram – which has been monitoring the phenomenon says that many of the carcasses found contain burns and deep wounds.”, said Lannes
Lannes will soon publish a bok in which, as he says, reveals terrifying details about a large number of tumors in infants.

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