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A Tale of Two Syrian Boys…only one of whom is supposed to matter


Please watch this to the end. The last portion is harrowing, but not gratuitous. No violence is depicted. But we see the truth of what the US-backed al-Zenkis did to little Abdullah.

Please share this widely and don’t be afraid to contact the media and ask them why children’s lives only matter when it serves the Western agenda.


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  1. The disease that is greed can see nothing, hear nothing, feel nothing, it only knows it can never be satisfied.

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  2. Willem says

    The bias is not that it’s not reported (both ‘incidents’ were reported in the Dutch MSM press), but how it is reported and for how long.

    It’s like a Bruner & Postman experiment where an anomaly is only seen when the exposure time to an anamoly (in a deck of playing cards) is long enough or when the exposure to several anomalies in a deck of playing cards are increased.

    You can read about this experiment in Thomas Kuhn’s book ‘the structure of scientific revolutions’ (I started to write down the relevant text from Kuhns book below, but than I got tired of doing it. Since I am quite sure that one can fill in the rest by using his/her own imagination, I stopped doing this tiresome work).

    You can even do the experiment yourself and think a little bit of how this relates to media bias, propaganda, anamolies, and the way that MSM tries to keep its readers brainwashed.

    Experiment: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=yFYBY_YUH5I

    Part of the quote

    Thomas Kuhn

    Intro/methods
    “In a psychological experiment that deserves to be far better known outside the trade, Bruner and Postman (1949) asked experimental subjects to identify a series of playing cards. Many of the cards were normal, but some were anomalous, e.g. a red six of spades or a black four of hearts. Each experimental run was constituted by the display of a single card to a single subject in a series of gradually increased exposures.”

    Results
    “Even on the shortest exposures many subjects identified most of the cards, and after a small increase in exposure time all the subjects identified them all.

    For the normal cards these identifications were usually correct, but the anomalous cards were almost always identified without apparant hesitation or puzzlement, as normal. The black four of hearts might, for example, be identified as the four of either spades or hearts. Without any awareness of trouble, it was immediately fitted to one of the conceptual categories prepared by prior experience. One would not even like to say that the subjects had seen something different from what they identified.

    With a further increase of exposure to the anomalous cards, subjects did begin to hesitate and to display awareness of anomaly….. Etc

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