Al-Dabeet Maternity Hospital as of July 2016. The hospital was internally gutted in a May 2016 terrorist attack which saw an explosive land immediately outside, exploding vehicles parked nearby. Three women were killed in the attack; little media attention was given.
Apophenia: A Talk with Eva Bartlett Part 1
Western corporate media ‘disappears’ over 1.5 million Syrians and 4,000 doctors:Doctors In Aleppo Refute Media Lies, SOTT.net, Aug 14, 2016, Eva Bartlett
Aleppo: How US & Saudi-Backed Rebels Target ‘Every Syrian’, MintPressNews, Nov 29, 2016, Eva Bartlett
Aleppo and nearby villages ravaged by the U.S.’s “moderate” terrorists (Photo Essay), SOTT.net, Sep 8, 2016, Eva Bartlett
My January 28, 2017 post, “Those Who Transmit Syrian Voices Are Russian Propagandists? Monitors of ‘Fake News’ Negate Syrian SufferingThose Who Transmit Syrian Voices Are Russian Propagandists? Monitors of ‘Fake News’ Negate Syrian Suffering“
*UK Channel 4 darling “doctor” Hamza al-Khateeb with one of the Nour el-Din el-Zenki child beheaders.[photos courtesy of Abdo Haddad]
*On Bana al-Abed, the 7 year old child miraculously formerly tweeting from ‘rebel’ occupied eastern Aleppo, and now being used in further war propaganda:
-Barbara McKenzie (Bana of Aleppo: the Story So Far [updated 6 December) wrote:
“…Wee Bana hit the ground running on 24 September with about 20 tweets, and has continued at a good rate ever since, managing over 120 on 4 October (including retweets). I myself used Twitter for weeks before I used hashtags and I was slow to learn the jargon. Bana, however, was up to speed from the beginning, and over the first two days we got #Aleppo, #HolocaustAleppo #MassacreInAleppo #StopAleppoMassacre. She is well up on acronyms like POTUS and OMG.
…There can be no doubt that the Bana project is a hoax, like the Gay Girl in Damascus and the White Helmets. The tweets are not the thoughts of a little Syrian girl wanting the world to save her from Russian bombs. Rather, they are the product of a sophisticated and well-planned operation designed to shape public perception of the Syrian and Russian operations, in order to justify Western intervention in Syria and facilitate regime change.”
See Barbara McKenzie’s latest, “The Crucifixion of Bana al Abed.“
*On the Aleppo Media Centre, see Vanessa Beeley’s “EXCLUSIVE: ‘Aleppo Media Centre’ Funded By French Foreign Office, EU and US.”
*On Bilal Abdul Kareem:
Bilal Abdul Kareem: “Do I give a microphone, and a camera, to al-Qaeda members? Yes I do!”
Bilal Abdul Kareem: “Do I give a microphone, and a camera, to al-Qaeda members? Yes I do!” pic.twitter.com/Zkn8eW93Nm
— Navstéva يزور 🐐 (@Navsteva) March 13, 2017
*On latest Amnesty International sham report:
–The Problems With the Amnesty International Report [interview]. Former UK Ambassador to Syria, Peter Ford dismantles the Amnesty International Report on the Syrian Saydnaya prison and highlights its many problems. One of Ford’s points included:
“Clearly none of the authors of the report have ever been to Saydnaya, but I have. When I was British Ambassador in Damascus I had occasion to go to Saydnaya numerous times. I did not enter the prison, but I saw the building. I saw, for example, that it would be literally impossible for it to contain, what Amnesty say in their report, 10-20,000 prisoners at one time. 10-20,000 is a fair-sized town. The building which I saw in Saydnaya could not possibly accommodate more than 10% of those numbers. So, when they get this basic information wrong, you have to wonder about the veracity of the rest.” [LISTEN HERE]
Part 2 to follow.