Jeremy Bowen supports the lies about the 'siege'. Reports from the BBC continue to imply Russian and Syrian behaviour is stopping civilians from escaping the East Ghouta region of Syria. The presenters first words, describing the terrorists as rebels, is a blatant falsehood. The militant criminals holed up in East Ghouta have no connection to … Continue reading East Ghouta – No escape.
My TV licence fee is due soon but after listening to Eddie Mair on PM last night when I was commuting to work, I've decided enough is enough. I will not pay money to be inundated with propaganda. I wouldn't say there are specific rules to control how the news is provided to us but … Continue reading Bye, bye BBC……
The media's apparent 'war on fake news' is treated as if it's exclusively an internet phenomena, as if it's disconnected from their own 'real factual news'. In reality, many of the lies emanate from Reuters and other agencies that are regarded as honest organisations. For instance, the allegations in the recent Amnesty International report on … Continue reading Fake news – the disconnect.
Meanwhile, the 'peace sham' continues in Astana. Extremist's in Syria are currently attacking the few remaining semi-moderates, demanding they integrate into Al Qaeda or die. Because of the complexity of the situation, with each organisation vying for absolute control, it's difficult to know how it will end. It's good news for Syrian loyalists but the … Continue reading ‘Moderate’ opposition acquiescing to extremist factions in Syria.
My criticism for the BBC is usually unrelenting. Interviews are skewed and many interviewees attempting to relay a logical and honest rebuttal to the lies of governments are cut short, aggressively questioned and even deliberately sidelined. This short interview with Dr Marcus Papadopoulos is a rare exception. He clearly describes the actual truth about Russian … Continue reading The truth about Syria. Please show your friends and family this short video. (Updated)
The media barrage concerning the rebel held areas of Aleppo is in stark contrast to the silence regarding the government held areas. Similarly, the slaughter of children in Gaza was met with an equally indifferent media. The destruction of Gaza (the most recent attack known as Operation Protective Edge) resulted in the deaths of hundreds … Continue reading Rebel held Aleppo and Gaza.
BBC Panorama Aleppo - Life Under Siege This documentary, from start to finish was anti Assad propaganda. Scenes of distraught civilians amongst the ruins of a relatively small part of Aleppo, formerly the industrial and financial hub of the country. The program primarily showed White Helmets going about their business. Essentially, they are the fire … Continue reading Panorama: BBC attempts at whitewashing terrorism.
The BBC despair over another dust covered child being rescued from a collapsed building due to a missile attack. It's long overdue but where were the cries for alleviating the effects of war on Lebanese and Gaza children when the Israelis were making Aleppo look like a garden party? They didn't seem so perplexed when … Continue reading Why the sudden interest in victims of war?
...Is just like all the other inquiries, it will be neither truthful nor factual. The criminals in charge of what is described as our democracy have needed so much time concocting the Chilcot inquiry fairytale and yet they appear to need more, probably to try to make use of the 'forget' factor. These tactics have … Continue reading The Chilcot inquiry.
This is very funny ....In strange way. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e6KqarWbN7A The only problem is that it just about sums up the Israeli mindset and actions that the Zionist government inflict on the Palestinians.