«Putin and Assad killed my friends, robbed my childhood», — Trump uncases informational weapon from Obama's arsenal (ФОТО, ВИДЕО)

«Putin and Assad killed my friends, robbed my childhood», — Trump uncases informational weapon from Obama's arsenal (ФОТО, ВИДЕО) | Русская весна

Trump’s attacks on CNN being «fake news» seem to be in the past as their recent piece hints on fighting at the same side of imperialistic informational war.

Soon after US rocket strike on Syrian airbase Shayrat Bana from Aleppo showed up in CNN news. We know her by pathetic tweets in the days when Aleppo was liberated from jihadists. This time 7 y.o. Bana addressed Trump on air with the appeal to «stop the war in Syria». 

CNN journalist Alyson Camerota shows Bana and her mother a footage of what’s supposed to be chemical attack in Idlib (which served a perfecr casus belli as we know now) and asks: «Bana, do you blame president Assad for this?» 

«Yes», — Bana answers.

Please note that the journalist does not ask «Who do you blame, Bana?» which would be far more fair and correct from the point of journalists ethics. But instead of that she injects an answer into the question.

— What is your message to president Assad? 

Bana’s answers sounds not very logical but opne cannot really expect brilliant improvisation on air from a 7 year old speaking foreign language. So Bana says what she had learnt before the interview: «I am very sad. The world is watching. The world doesn’t do anything».

— What do you want the world to do?

— I want stop the war. And I want the children of Syria play, go to school. Together we can help them, together we can save them, — Bana repeats what she learnt by heart. 

 You may see how girl’s sight keeps sliding lower the camera eye where the text is placed. Her intonation tealls thet she is reading not speaking. If you try reading the text and simultaneousy looking into the camera your intonation will be just like Bana’s. 

The moderator shows another pictures supposedly shot after the «chemical attack» and asks Bana what does she think of that.

«I am very sad, — Bana repeats — We are not terrorists, we are people. It has been going on for 6 years. Why can’t you stop the war?»

«I don’t know, Bana, why can’t the world stop the war in Syria. Do you want to be able to go home to Syria someday?» (After Allepo was liberated from radical islamists ans terrorists Bana and her mother fled to Turkey — edit.)

«Yes, I love my home, I love Syria».

Every parent of elementary school aged child easily recognizes this intonation and pauses pattern: the child tells previously learnt text which was learnt not so good. 

Besides if we assume that Bana reads her answers then we can surely assume that the questions from American studio were sent before the interview so that Bana’s mother could write answers and make Bana learn them. This isn’t even a bit surprising taking into account that «Bana the Girl» was Amercain creature from the very beginning, it was created for informational war against Assad during Aleppo battles. Us State Department’s methods never were original. Judging by colour revolutions performed over the last 10 years State Dep’s main principle is «If something works leave it».
All of us remember «surprising coincidence» – leaflets spread during Tahrir square unrest in Egypt and Euromaidan in Ukraine.

So why don’t we go on using «Bana the Girl» media image, set into informational orbit and hyped up in a powerful campaign supported by each and every Western mainstream edition? 

Despite numerous debunking articles about “sweet little” Syrian girl tweeting in perfect English and knowing mush about geopolicy Obama’s administration used it to serve their own ends, so will Trump’s administration do. 

Just 24 hours after the strike on Syria Bana approves on president’s Trump’s actions.

«I am a Syrian child who suffered under Bashar al Asad and Putin. I welcome Donald Trump actions against the killers of my people», — tweets Bana. 

«Putin and Bashar al asad bombed my school, killed my friends and robbed my childhood. It’s time to punish the killers of children in Syria», — reads her next tweet. 

If State Department’s official stance towards Russia remained neutral after the strike the puppet put on the hand for the first time since Aleppo voices different things.
Now let’s get back to January 24, 2017. Only four days passed after Trump’s inaugurations, all «civilized» world is terrified by Republican’s victory. But Bana the Girl writes a letter to him.

«Dear Donald Trump,

My name is Bana Alabed and I am a seven years old Syrian girl from Aleppo.

I lived in Syria my whole life before I left from besieged East Aleppo on December last year. I am part of the Syrian children who suffered from the Syrian war.

But right now, I am having a peace in my new home of Turkey. In Aleppo, I was in school but soon it was destroyed because of the bombing.

Some of my friends died.

I am very sad about them and wish they were with me because we would play together by right now. I couldn't play in Aleppo, it was the city of death.

Right now in Turkey, I can go out and enjoy. I can go to school although I didn't yet. That is why peace is important for everyone including you.

However, millions of Syrian children are not like me right now and suffering in different parts of Syria. They are suffering because of adult people. 

I know you will be the president of America, so can you please save the children and people of Syria? You must do something for the children of Syria because they are like your children and deserve peace like you.

If you promise me you will do something for the children of Syria, I am already your new friend.

I am looking forward to what you will do for the children of Syria».

So in January when Trump was taking office Bana's hyped up image was used basically for appeals not to shift Obama’s foreign policy course. Now, just a few days before the so called chemical attack in Idlib Bana appears on CNN asking to «stop this war». And then she approved of Tomahawk strike on the country she calls her motherland. 

Trump changed curtains in the Oval office after Obama but informational onslaught methods remained the same.