Thursday, February 2, 2017

Concerning Corporate Propaganda About the Invasion of Syria




Previous post on invasion of Syria


The video above is testimony from a Syrian women who lived in 'moderate rebel' occupied East Aleppo, which has now been liberated thanks to 'Russian aggression.' The atrocities this woman describes being inflicted by the 'moderate rebels', particularly the Washington funded Free Syrian Army, are unimaginable and pale in comparison to the corporate media's false narrative. I hope viewers are aware that since Obama repealed the 1948 Smith-Mundt Act in 2013 your government and corporate media has no legal obligation to tell you the truth; domestic propaganda is legal. If you listened to the corporate media, you were probably unaware that there was an East Aleppo (held by the terrorists) and a West Aleppo (held by Assad) and not a unified Aleppo. If you listened to the corporate media, you were probably unaware that the so called 'moderate rebels' murdered civilians that attempted to flee to the government side. If you listened to the corporate media, you were probably unaware that the so called moderate rebels indiscriminately shelled civilians on the government side. If you listened to the corporate media, you were probably unaware that the so called moderate rebels were a coalition called Jaish al-Islam (the Islamic Army of Conquest) that mainly consisted of Al Nusra fighters and Ahrar al-Sham, another group documented committing acts of terrorism such as the ethnic cleansing of Alawites in Zara'a. If you listened to corporate media you probably didn't know that the so called moderate rebels denied civilians medical treatment, as the women above explained, and thus when Russian jets bombed hospitals they were killing the terrorists groups using them for their wounded, not civilians. If you listened to corporate media you were probably unaware that most of the 'moderate rebels' were foreign fighters, hence why I call it an invasion.


None of this is meant to imply that Assad and Putin are the good guys. Hollywood tropes don't exist in the real world and I am a realist. And as a realist I recognize that there are no good guys and bad guys in the real world; there are only greater and lesser evils. The majority of Syrians regard Assad as the lesser evil, the NATO backed Salafi terrorists the greater evil, and our criminal government as the root of evil (81% blame the U.S. for ISIS) .



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