Posts Tagged ‘war lies’

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“Journalism is quickly dying.”

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Afghan Papers Inadvertently Document WaPo’s Role in Spreading Official Lies\

 

columns calling for or assuming a military response to the attacks were given a great deal of space, while opinions urging diplomatic and international law approaches as an alternative to military action were nearly nonexistent.

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U.S. Government Claims Iran Is Behind Attacks On Oil Tankers, But Has Yet To Show Evidence

It’s time for the false flags. No evidence necessary to kill another million human beings. This is why you impeach criminals or else become collaborating co-conspirators.

Israel has a long history of false flag attacks to blame its enemies and get America to bomb them. It wouldn’t even be unusual.

AND–The Saudis themselves could sabotage their ships if it will get them the war they desire.

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John Pilger: The White Helmets Are A “Complete Propaganda Construct”

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Et tu, Amy?
DEMOCRACY NOW LAUNCHES ANTI-SYRIA PROPAGANDA CAMPAIGN

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She’s pushing discredited chemical weapons lies. And she should be stopped.

See also:

Big Lies and WW3
The Double Game

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Neoliberal propaganda organ.

 

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Parry is now the go-to news source in America, of only a handful of journalists worthy of trust. America has drowned in lies.

The Existential Question of Whom to Trust

Instead, careerism is the order of the day among journalists, intelligence analysts and international monitors – meaning that almost no one who might normally be relied on to tell the truth can be trusted.

…For instance, The New York Times’ Pentagon correspondent Michael R. Gordon, who was the lead writer on the infamous “aluminum tubes for nuclear centrifuges” story which got the ball rolling for the Bush administration’s rollout of its invade-Iraq advertising campaign in September 2002, still covers national security for the Times – and still serves as a conveyor belt for U.S. government propaganda.

…The Washington Post’s editorial page editor Fred Hiatt, who repeatedly informed the Post’s readers that Iraq’s secret possession of WMD was a “flat-fact,” is still the Post’s editorial page editor, one of the most influential positions in American journalism.

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Did Al Qaeda Fool the White House Again?

Postol notes that one key photo “shows a man standing in the alleged sarin-release crater. He is wearing a honeycomb facemask that is designed to filter small particles from the air. Other apparel on him is an open necked cloth shirt and what appear to be medical exam gloves. Two other men are standing in front of him (on the left in the photograph) also wearing honeycomb facemask’s and medical exam gloves.

“If there were any sarin present at this location when this photograph was taken everybody in the photograph would have received a lethal or debilitating dose of sarin. The fact that these people were dressed so inadequately either suggests a complete ignorance of the basic measures needed to protect an individual from sarin poisoning, or that they knew that the site was not seriously contaminated.

“This is the crater that is the centerpiece evidence provided in the WHR for a sarin attack delivered by a Syrian aircraft.”

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Parry again:

Trump Withholds Syria-Sarin Evidence

Their evidence is less than persuasive.

Let’s not forget:

ISIS Used Chemical Arms at Least 52 Times in Syria and Iraq

It’s right in the NY Times, but the brainwashed public is incapable of critical thinking, in any capacity.

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How Al Qaeda Played Donald Trump And The American Media
Mainstream American media outlets have willingly and openly embraced a narrative provided by Al Qaeda affiliates whose record of using chemical weapons in Syria and distorting and manufacturing “evidence” to promote anti-Assad policies in the west, including regime change, is well documented.

Al Nusra has a long history of manufacturing and employing crude chemical weapons; the 2013 chemical attack on Ghouta made use of low-grade Sarin nerve agent locally synthesized, while attacks in and around Aleppo in 2016 made use of a chlorine/white phosphorous blend.  If the Russians are correct, and the building bombed in Khan Sheikhoun on the morning of April 4, 2017 was producing and/or storing chemical weapons, the probability that viable agent and other toxic contaminants were dispersed into the surrounding neighborhood, and further disseminated by the prevailing wind, is high.

The counter-narrative offered by the Russians and Syrians, however, has been minimized, mocked and ignored by both the American media and the Trump administration. So, too, has the very illogic of the premise being put forward to answer the question of why President Assad would risk everything by using chemical weapons against a target of zero military value, at a time when the strategic balance of power had shifted strongly in his favor.