East Ghouta – No escape.

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 any civil liberties or freedom, nor are they defending the people that dwell in the area.

In a dull, serious tone, Jeremy Bowen describes a city the size of Manchester, England, comprising of 400,000 people, that is being starved of provisions. The implication is that the government siege is responsible for the hardship on civilians but this very same accusation was levelled at them during the battle for Aleppo. After the terrorists evacuated (under a government sponsored agreement), the terrorists were found to have hidden tons of food and medicine from the civilians and were accused of selling aid to them at extortionate prices.

Bowen voiced over some clips of children being pulled from damaged buildings by the discredited WH’s. Clearly the BBC haven’t seen these very same White Helmets posing with guns on their facebook pages. At the end of the article, Bowen signs off with ‘Jeremy Bowen, BBC news’. He doesn’t admit to being in a nice warm studio using terrorist supplied footage which he merely comments on. This is not uncommon. Virtually all the news journalists are nowhere near the fighting. Beirut, Lebanon is the usual choice but I suspect Bowen was in a UK studio. Without doubt, if they got close enough the lunatics terrorising East Ghouta, they would find out that they aren’t the cuddly rebels they try to portray.

When Aleppo was liberated, the survivors condemned the White Helmets as accomplices to Al Nusra, even situating their headquarters next to each other. Bombings on civilian areas weren’t attended to by the WH’s, only terrorist military incidents. Ghouta has also brought the WH’s onto the televisions screens, using exactly the same dust covered theatrics they used before.

A quarter of a million people were trapped in Aleppo, claimed the Western media but the real amount was in the low tens of thousands. Likewise, there are claims of 400,000 people trapped in East Ghouta, the reality will be a fraction of that number.

The failure of the humanitarian selected safe passageways out of Ghouta is blamed on a poor Russian/Syrian plan. The Western powers want a ceasefire which involves all parties involved. The Russians insist that they will not hold back from attacking internationally recognised terrorist groups, including Al Qaeda and ISIS. Why does the West want to include these barbarians? The real reason the escape routes are failing is because the militants are using snipers to stop the civilians from escaping, which proves that they want to keep them there as hostages in a bid to restrict Syrian assaults on the city.

It really doesn’t require a genius to work out the well used technique that is used over and over again. Demonise the target. Continually accuse them of heinous crimes, without producing an ounce of evidence. Wheel out enemies of the target who have a serious grievance with them and hope to convince the masses of their guilt. None of it has any truthfulness but who cares as long as they remove the victim. Thousands of innocent lives lost in the process doesn’t bother the psychopaths who runs these scams. Neither does it worry their willing accomplices…    the journalists that peddle their lies.

The Ghouta description is a carbon copy of the Aleppo claims. It didn’t stop the terrorists from being defeated there and it shouldn’t be allowed to stop the cleansing of Ghouta now. The conclusion is that the extremists are the only ones who can stop the killing in Ghouta. They cannot be allowed to terrorise the close neighbourhood of Damascus anymore. We wouldn’t allow it, why should the Syrians be expected to?


Bye, bye BBC……

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 my guess is that if a BBC employee doesn’t spin a story the ‘correct way’, they would soon find their workload thinning out, dramatically.

Yesterday, whilst summarising the responses to Trump’s preplanned attack on Syria, there was a chorus of approving voices and a couple of condemnation, one of which was a Syrian army officer who sounded animated and passionate (quite rightly) and then it was finished off with Jeremy Bowen’s thoughts. I have had a lot of respect for Bowen in the past, despite sensing that he had to restrain his tone, particularly with regards Palestine. Amongst other things, Bowen claimed that the Tomahawk cruise missile attack was the first US action against the Syrian government troops. Considering Bowen’s vast knowledge on the region, I find it hard to believe that he ‘forgot’ about the Deir Ezzor attack which killed almost a hundred Syrian Arab Army and their allies in September 2016.

Omitting this fact was unforgivable. Thousands of Syrian people will still feel raw about the way their relatives died at the hands of the US military that day and as I’ve explained in previous posts, there is no way it could have been an accident.

If this is what you have to do, Jeremy – to remain being employed by the BBC, it’s your choice, but I won’t be contributing to your wages, nor your big fat pension, any more. I’ll miss listening to Eddie Mair too, he is an intelligent and very witty presenter. He’s not afraid to talk about the topics that other people would avoid and I have heard him giving a pro Israeli guest a torrid time. Having said that, the claustrophobic propaganda that the BBC has force fed me and millions of other listeners, readers and watchers is about to end, for me.