Posts Tagged ‘allegations’

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Amnesty Report on Syrian Prison Deaths Questioned by Ex UK Ambassador to Syria

According to the former Ambassador, there is a number of reasons why the report puts into question the credibility of the human rights organisation. Apart from the fact that it was based on interviews with anonymous witnesses and doesn’t provide a hint of evidence, those nameless sources were wrong on ‘basic information’, and that naturally puts to doubt the veracity of other claims.

The retired British diplomat had visited Saydnaya numerous times as he served in Damascus from 2003 to 2006. According to Ford, the prison was too small to contain ten to twenty thousand prisoners at one time, contrary to what Amnesty said in the report.

“Ten to twenty thousand is a fair-sized town.” He said in an interview. “The building which I saw at Saydnaya could not possibly accommodate more than ten percent of those numbers.”

…”Amnesty said that they had verified that claims that Iraqi soldiers had stolen incubators in Kuwaiti hospitals and left babies on the floor to die. Turned out this was a total fabrication…they were gullible and they used it and it helped to justify the Iraqi war.” Ford said.

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Barrel of food and water supplies intercepted by Al Qaeda in Syria.

 

 

Poking Holes in the Syria Barrel Bomb and White Helmets Propaganda Narratives Disseminated by Eliot Higgins and Bellingcat

 

Reason 1) The video shows that the White Helmets lead cameraman Hadi Abdallah is clearly operating in collusion with the al-Nusra Front terrorists laying siege to the hospital where the massacre takes place.

Reason 2) The New York Times has recently published a story on Hadi Abdallah portraying him as a hero in the Syrian conflict. (Link to New York Times video and additional information on Hadi Abdallah including many other videos and images proving he works in collusion with terrorist groups fighting against the Syrian government and SAA.

Reason 3) It is notable that Eliot Higgins of Bellingcat previously used al-Nusra Front supplied videos to lay the groundwork for the “Barrel Bombs” narrative which appointed blame at the Assad led government while Higgins operated under the You Tube channel moniker of “Brown Moses” in 2013. His information was then disseminated by a number of propaganda outfits, many run by individuals affiliated with the Atlantic Council, Whitehall, RUSI and the British Foreign Office.

It appears that Eliot Higgins “Brown Moses” is a deliberate, knowing propaganda agent for Al Qaeda in Syria.

 

 

 

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Alleged War Criminals Jay Bybee & John Yoo

 

Human Rights Watch Reports That US Government Tortured Children — Paul Craig Roberts

 

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Did Patrick Cockburn just blatantly ignore Iraqi allegations that the US delayed its strikes in order to allow 2000 ISIS fighters to escape Ramadi unscathed?

Spinning it all as brilliant and a shift in strategy (on ISIS’ part), the numerous accusations of US/NATO assistance to the group are given no mention at all.

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Cosby is Toast!

Posted: July 7, 2015 in -
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Bill Cosby Admits to Giving Quaaludes to Woman, Seeking the Drug for Others, Court Documents Say

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Antiwar.com Under Surveillance

American Conservative:

“In May, with considerably less fanfare, Antiwar.com announced it was suing the FBI, demanding the release of records the editors believe the agency has been keeping on founder and managing editor Eric Garris and editorial editor Justin Raimondo. The suit stems from a 2004 memo a reader found through an unconnected FOIA request and passed along to Antiwar.com in 2011. The heavily redacted 94-page document clearly states the FBI had secretly investigated and monitored the website and declared—despite acknowledging there was no evidence of any crime—that further surveillance of Antiwar.com was necessary to determine if “[redaction] are engaging in, or have engaged in, activities which constitute a threat to national security on behalf of a foreign power.”

When contacted by this writer—who is also a regular contributor to Antiwar.com—the FBI press office declined comment, citing pending litigation.”