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VIDEO: Robert Stuart’s presentation on BBC’s “Saving Syria’s Children”

In his presentation for Frome Stop War, Robert Stuart provides an overview of all the many pieces of evidence he has collected that point to the BBC falsifying reports of an attack on school by Assad’s forces. These reports were used as propaganda to engage public support for the government’s push for war with Syria, in the Summer of 2013.

For more details, please visit his excellent blog.


  1. Lynne says

    Interesting to say the least.Have not paid a bbc license for 6 years now.

  2. Paolo says

    This is…..worrying.
    I’m reminded of the fake babies incubators stories in Kuwait 25 years ago that led to the first Iraq war.
    Certainly the BBC footage looks kind of dodgy. The connection with Hospex and their battle wound special effects service was also…..startling.
    During the war in Libya there were also rumors of videos circulating the web of fake demonstrations taking place in replicas of popular locations, thus creating the impression of a popular revolt.
    I’m starting to think that conspiracy theorists are correct, its just a question of sorting through the mud of fake theories.

    • tezla valve says

      Sounds similar to the Boston Bombings. Good luck with the mud, and the mud-slinging. It’s like Glastonbury with more ‘noise.’ Do you know why ‘Teletubbies’ uses an image of the sun with a baby’s face? It’s to encourage children to stare at the sun, so they go blind. That way, BBC ‘talent’ can sneak up on them. The future will be like ‘Day of the Triffids’, but with paedos. Probably. Hell, they just make shit up, I don’t see why I shouldn’t. Oh, right… mud.

  3. Amer Hudson says

    Wow… this is a shocking expose by Robert Stuart.

    Who in God’s name will believe anything the BBC say about Syria? The written press is even worse. But this televisual feast of tragi-comedy, Saving Syria’s Children, takes the biscuit.

    What, now, for those ‘journalists’ at the BBC?

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