CNN crew blew-up an oil pipeline in the city of Homs in 2012 to accuse the Syrian State, and a Syrian activist exposed their crime.
BBC anti-Syria propaganda persists as though huge bonuses are paid for more ”words of mass destruction.” While lamenting the probable end of the war, the empire’s prominent news corporation malignantly edited its own interview with Nabel Alabdalla, pimping more lies to its gullible fans. Nabel Alabdalla is a commander of [Continue reading…]
Fares Shehabi is a Member of Parliament representing Aleppo, and the Chairman of the Syrian Federation of Industry. On 27 April, he was interviewed on BBC’s HardTalk, by rabid colonialist Stephen Sackur. Sackur rudely tossed every bit of anti-Syria propaganda at Fares Shehabi, citing sources proven to lie, in attempts [Continue reading…]
GRAPHIC PHOTOS Sunday’s news was dominated by reports of four Israeli soldiers killed, 14 others wounded, by a man who ploughed a large truck into them, as they were about to board a tour bus: The driver was neutralized in a barrage of bullets (14 holes were visible in the windshield). [Continue reading…]
Graphic media included. Horrific reports coming from Aleppo neighborhoods that have endured more than four years of terrorist occupation, continue unabated in bottomless depths of depravity. A deal brokered by Russia and Turkey – requested by UN Spec op diplomat Stefan de Mistura – allowed an unreported number of takfiri savages [Continue reading…]
The BBC defends terrorists fighting the Syrian state and posing as refugees in Europe, not a new one by the giant broadcaster, but taking warmongering to a new level. BBC in their nasty role as propagandists for NATO trying to whitewash a new ‘refugee’ from his history as a terrorist [Continue reading…]
And here we go again. In Syria, things were getting desperate for Washington. It needed a major made-for-TV, cross-the-red-line incident involving chemical weapons. Unsurprisingly, by hook or by crook – probably crook (1) – it got it. The BBC, British Foreign Secretary William Hague and a multitude of other media [Continue reading…]