Chemical attack in Damascus: Power rises, victims number reduces — new strike of the West (PHOTO)

Chemical attack in Damascus: Power rises, victims number reduces — new strike of the West (PHOTO) | Русская весна

On January 13, the international news agency BBC and militants’ media reported on the use of chemical weapons by Syrian government forces in the suburb of Damascus East Guta. The publication looks awesome, but too contradictory.

With a more detailed examination of this work of British journalism and the propaganda of militants it becomes clear: the BBC once again tarnished its reputation with a base fake.

The source of the news is the propagandist of the bandits Firas Abdullah from the city of the Duma. On the morning of December 13, he wrote on his page in "Twitter" that "Assad's troops fired three rockets, equipped with chlorine, on the western part of the city, which led to the suffocation of seven civilians. The gas has spread to the surrounding areas. "

During the day, this information spread over Syrian opposition resources, trying to stir up public consciousness. Changed the circumstances and data about the victims, the network posted photos with the alleged consequences of a chemical attack.

Finally, towards evening, the gloating "violation" of the norms of international law drew its attention the mastodon of fake thought - the BBC news agency.

"People in East Gut, which is subjected to daily bombing, reported the smell of gas after a missile strike. Medical workers reported six victims with minor breathing problems, "the British website said.

The first thing that catches your eye is the discrepancy between British data and the original source. Six easily injured against seven civilians with suffocation. It seems that the BBC either did not fully believe in the plausibility of the message of the Syrian reporter, or decided not to delve deeply into the situation, demonstrating all the camaraderie of the propaganda of the Western media.

Secondly, the very wording of British journalists about people who smelled gas is questionable. Chlorine is a serious chemical poisonous substance, leaving behind corpses with distorted faces. Of course, everything depends on the amount of the damaging element, but, judging by the "spreading of gas to nearby neighborhoods" (according to the source), it was sufficient. So again, either the BBC did not believe, or the correspondent did not think about what he wrote.

Chlorine turns into sarine

Russian service BBC in general, instead of chlorine, wrote about sarin. In the end, in the absence of any evidence, everyone sings his song without even trying to get in unison.

What is characteristic - a version about sarin, very different from the original message, was picked up by Radio “Svoboda”, Ekho Moskvy, Rosbalt and some other pro-Western media.

For those so called journalists we give the correct conclusion of the constant reader of the "Russian Spring": "Who smells the smell of sarin, never complains about anything".

If you look at the entire history of reports of militants and Western media about the Syrian hitamataks, it becomes clear that the chlorine in the missiles of government troops only appears when the position of the IAF is critical. This has already been the case in the cities of East Guta, Beit Jinn and other places where the days of the militants are numbered.

The difference between these messages is only that if for the first time someone else believed in the use of chemical substances by the troops, now these news are perceived no more than as the howling of a dying beast. At least, sensible people, accustomed to their judgments rely on facts.


Chemical attack in Damascus: Power rises, victims number reduces — new strike of the West (PHOTO) | Русская весна