Thursday, 13 April 2017

Main Scream Media's gone suddenly silent. I wonder why.


http://www.sana.sy/en/?p=104229

Official News from the Front

Syrian Military Command stated that aircraft of the US-led Coalition in Syria attacked and destroyed an ISIS Chemical Weapons Depot near Hatla, resulting in hundreds of deaths. It is claimed that a large number of foreign mercenaries were amongst those killed. Many people died of suffocation. 

This incident, whatever it was or was not, is barely mentioned in the main stream media. 

Presumably it never happened?


The moving finger writes and having having writ moves on . . . 


All's fair in love and war . . . 



8 comments:

  1. To classify that which I write:
    __ "All that I write is fiction, even my truisms I list as such."

    Too... what is quoted above, is on my list.

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    1. True. As an instance:
      Today everybody is praising Martin Luther for his 95 Theses nailed to the church door exactly 500 years ago. Nobody mentions his dark side, his ground breaking book which was far far worse and more terrible than Hitler's Mein Kampf. In fact an inspiration to the Nazis. No story there. Luther is a very holy German man.

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  2. The main news item on Sky is Assad denying he had chemical stores and an interview with him.

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    1. Today's main news item is MOAB in Afghanistan followed by N Korea, and Trump saying "We've done more in 8 weeks than Obama did in 8 years".

      We've moved on from Mr Bush (Jnr) and his cohort Mr Blair and Saddam's non-existent WMD's, Gaddafi's Libya, U$'s record arms sales to Saudi Arabia, and not to mention "Mission Accomplished". A real Pandora's Box.

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    2. Forgot to mention last nigh's football in France. Panic and people fleeing onto the pitch after fireworks let off by Turkish fans.

      What's all this security for? Clearly not working.

      And the Dortmund football bus attack. Seems they've got the wrong man. Berlin again? I smell a rat.

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  3. The news media is I am convinced all wind and piss.

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    1. I agree. I think what finally did it for me was the BBC's so-called live broadcast on 9/11 where they said Building 7 had fallen - when it didn't fall until 20 minutes later ;)
      I notice BBC World have recently reinvented themselves as the news source we can rely on to tell us the truth, to paraphrase their latest blurb.

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    2. I've been following French election on my BBC World app. They appear to have overlooked yesterday's firebombing of Marie Le Pen's Paris bureau. Just an oversight I'm sure.

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