The ‘gas is real,’ Italian journalist Giuseppe Rossi has claimed, adding that the European Union will never fully abandon its gas weapons ban after a “tear-gas explosion” on Tuesday at the Graz train station.
“I know that gas can be explosive and it is so, but it’s not like a bomb,” Rossi told reporters on Tuesday, referring to a similar explosion on Tuesday that killed a woman in Italy.
“The explosion is not the end of the world.
It’s a temporary measure, but we will never completely abandon our gas weapons policy,” Rossi said, adding: “If you know about the gas bombs, you know that there is nothing else that can cause this kind of explosion.”
Rossi, a former journalist who spent three years in the Giro d’Italia, claimed he and his colleagues were “totally surprised” by the explosion, which he described as a “bomb” that was “meteorological proof” of the gas.
Rossi added that he was “absolutely convinced” that the gas was coming from a gas attack.
“We have evidence, and we’re going to continue to prove this, until we find a cause,” he said.
The Italian journalist added that the “tearing of the air, the smell of gas, the shockwaves in the trains, the shaking of cars, the explosions of people, and the fact that people are bleeding” confirmed the “truth.”
The Italian newspaper Il Corriere della Sera said the “gas is a terrorist weapon” that “was designed and used by the Russian military.”
Rossi is a longtime critic of Russia’s anti-terrorism policies and is a regular columnist for the Italian media. “
It is a miracle that this happened, a miracle because we cannot find a real cause.”
Rossi is a longtime critic of Russia’s anti-terrorism policies and is a regular columnist for the Italian media.
He has also been criticized for his anti-immigrant and anti-European Union stance.