Fake News: Civilians Making Social Media Pleas From Aleppo are Actually Terrorist Mouthpieces with MSM Primetime Access

From RT

Social media coming out of Aleppo has gone into overdrive. Well-articulated video pleas alleging near-death snake their way into the mainstream. There’s just one issue: these aren’t just any civilians, but activists and filmmakers – with spots on primetime TV.
A viral video by ‘In the Now’ host Anissa Naouai notes that it barely takes an internet search to quickly verify their identities.

A viral video by ‘In the Now’ host Anissa Naouai notes that it barely takes an internet search to quickly verify their identities.
The narrative is the same each time: that an all-out genocide is taking place; that the Assad forces are going from city to city killing their own people and taking no prisoners; and that Aleppo’s rebels valiantly look death in the face as they endure alleged Russian bombardment.

‘In the Now’ found there’s little to indicate that the people appearing in the mobile videos were actual civilians experiencing the hyped ‘Russian and Syrian shelling’.
Rather, these were everything from activists to independent filmmakers who’ve made public commitments to the rebel cause to their thousands of followers on Twitter and elsewhere.

Most recently, CNN interviewed one of them, Bilal Abdul Kareem – a documentary filmmaker and journalist who’s had unprecedented access to the rebels in eastern Aleppo, including their new leader Aby Al Abd, whom he interviewed just three days ago.

Incidentally, Bilal Abdul Kareem is one of the  muzzie terrorist propagandists masquerading as ‘citizen journalists’.  CNN fake news reporter Hala Gorani interviewed him and claimed he was an “independent filmmaker”. No wonder he has “unprecedented access”.


Source: https://twitter.com/_Makada_/status/809311718795018241

Aleppo is a shit sandwich. On one side, you’ve got the U.S.-backed ‘rebels’ which are a “subgroup” of both ISIS and Al Nusra (Al Nusra is Al Qaeda). On the other, you’ve got Bashar Hafez al-Assad’s forces, backed by Russia.

Assad’s regime has it’s own history of bloody violence, and the Syrian government engages in state-sponsored terrorism.

Charles Krauthammers’ take:

The Obama administration is on the defensive over its Syria policy as the city of Aleppo falls to Syrian President Bashar Assad’s government and civilians are evacuated, an operation preceded by desperate pleas from the city’s battered residents and reports of atrocities against them.

“Aleppo is his legacy,” Krauthammer said on “Special Report” tonight, referring to the city at the center of the Syrian civil war and Middle East refugee crisis. “History will remember this as kind of the symbolism of the whole policy of retreat and the inevitable outcome.”

He explained that Obama failed to act when Assad crossed the “red line,” and he failed to act when Russia began intervening in Syria on Assad’s behalf.

Krauthammer slammed Obama’s policy of “passivity” in the face of such aggression.

“And we see the result now.”

Obama set a “red line” in Syria back in 2013, and did nothing when the Syrians crossed it.

Russia started an offensive against U.S.-backed Syrian rebels last year with a series of airstrikes, and rekindled their old relationship with Iran. Thanks to Barky’s total failure in the Middle East, there’s a resurgence of Islamofascist aggression coupled with Russia establishing a new foothold in hostile Islamic nation-states.

The result is a shit sandwich. There are no good sides in Syria.


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