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vexarb
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Wafaa Shabrounie reports from Hammouriya 18th March another 50,000 people leave. Eng sub-titles
https://www.bitchute.com/video/8FPTkz7nQ5T2/

Manda
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Manda

Compare and contrast with the US allied ‘campaigns’ to ‘free’ Mosul and Raqqa….

Mikalina
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Mikalina

Or Mosul and Falluja – both of which they flattened; along with all the people. Is it possible yet to walk around the remains of those towns without holding a handkerchief to your nose due to the smell of rotting corpses?
Today, 17 March, 50 years since the My Lai massacre. Another one for the memory hole.

vexarb
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Meanwhile, back in the real world, Syrian refugees are going back home by the million — thousands every day.
https://journal-neo.org/2018/03/16/syrian-refugees-are-going-home-the-west-ready-to-attack-2/
And in our own unreal world, the regime is trying to hinder their return, it would look bad for the Anti-Assad propaganda. “Don’t go back, I warn you, he’s a bloodstained butcher!”
The best comment in the above link was from one of the Syrian refugee children; wants to go home because “Germany is boring”.

Harry Law
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Harry Law

The loss of the Middle East is in prospect for the US, the low hanging fruit of Syria to be followed by Hezbollah then Iran has gone pear shaped for them,[thanks to Russia] now the UK, France and Germany are proposing to the other EU members, sanctions against Iran because of their missile defence program and ‘meddling in the Middle East’ an obvious sop to Donald Trump.Why are the UK population being propagandized so much, could this be the reason….. “Of course the people don’t want war. But after all, it’s the leaders of the country who determine the policy,… Read more »

MichaelK
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MichaelK

There’s so much… irony, or is it a dark chasm of bottomless hypocrisy?, in the society we live in, like the UK media pretending that only RT sends ‘propaganda.’ Well, I suppose they don’t count the BBC World Service? I listened today and they had the same guy on again from their ‘Arabic Service’ dear Ali. He’s, how does one put it? very fond of Assad or the Syrian government, to put it mildly. He clearly despises them and everything they stand for. Objectivity, balance, fairness… not from Ali, he wears his emotions on his BBC sleeve and it’s clear,… Read more »

Mikalina
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Mikalina

Noam Chomsky to Andrew Marr (1996): “I’m not saying your self censoring. I’m sure you believe everything you’re saying. But what I’m saying is that if you believe something different, you wouldn’t be sitting where you’re sitting.”

John Marks
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John Marks

Not according to the London Frauniad.
The “régime bombardments” are causing thousands to “flee”.
Not a word about rescue, escape nor liberation.
Where is the Manchester Guardian when you need it?

Harry Stotle
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Harry Stotle

Talking of the Guardian has Olivia Solon shared her thoughts with us yet (about the breaking news in East Ghouta), or is she still trying to figure out how best to respond to the James Corbett challenge? https://www.corbettreport.com/an-open-letter-to-olivia-solon/ Amongst other things Corbett asks her “Assuming you are paid by The Guardian for your…cough…”reporting,” what can you tell us about the paper’s financing and how that might help to influence a pro-interventionist editorial position at the paper? And can you elaborate on any potential conflicts of interest that might arise from The Guardian’s relationship to The Doc Society, which promotes various… Read more »

Nick
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Nick

Yeah you’ve gotta love the “Ghouta falling to the regime” shtick

l'ours
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l'ours

I noticed as well!
Just incredible.

vierotchka
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That photo of the toddler in the suitcase is poignant and so very telling.