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Old 02-13-2018, 01:16 PM   #61
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I assume this "word" comes from Vlad directly?
Hayat Tahrir al-Sham and the White Helmets are good at what they do. The media eats it up.
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Old 02-13-2018, 07:30 PM   #62
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Confirmed: US retrains ISIS and ISIS-like jihadists in east Syria and re-brands them ‘democratic forces’ (VIDEO) – Exclusive

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Al-Masdar?

What RT had nothing to say?

And who is Al-Masdar?

From Business Insider.

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From Al-Masdar to InfoWars: How a pro-Assad conspiracy theory got picked up by the far-right

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Apr. 8, 2017, 1:24 PM

A conspiracy alleging a chemical weapons attack carried out in northwestern Syria last week was a "false flag" operation orchestrated by "terrorists" opposed to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad quickly made its way from a pro-Assad propaganda outlet to leading members of the far-right media in the US.

The trail leading directly from Al-Masdar News to far-right entities like the conspiracy-trafficking site InfoWars was documented by the Atlantic Council's Digital Forensic Research (DFR) Lab, which uses open-source information to trace patterns of disinformation and hybrid warfare. Al-Masdar is run by Assad loyalist Leith Abou Fadel, who pushed a conspiracy theory in 2015 that a refugee tripped by a Hungarian camerawoman while holding his young son was a "supporter of Al Qaeda."
So yeah, obviously what ever they say must be 100% correct.

Want proof that this report is bullshit?

Why isn't it on CNN or any other US MSM?

You might have have noticed that they don't seem to hesitate to post any story, regardless of how well its vetted, that paints Trump in a bad light.

So why aren't they running with this story?

Maybe, just maybe, even they don't consider Al-Masdar "credible".
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Old 02-14-2018, 08:15 AM   #63
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Al Masdar is 100% credible....

Unlike your favorite media sources, Al-Masdar is a regional news organization with reporters who live and work in the regions being reported on. They are actually there, present, in situ...and know and understand and interview factions involved.

They don't have a call list of college professors to label as "experts" and interview, professors that have never been there, aren't there now, don't speak the language, don't know the culture, and are basically there to misinform the audience to promote whatever the offically approved government narrative is.

See, you should know and understand by now, OPT, that when I am interested in the goings on in other parts of the world, I go to news sources that specialize in those parts of the world to get an understanding.

I also read Al Monitor, Haaretz, Jerusalem Post, and The Daily Star. None of which are American, and therefore all of which are Fake News by your standards, no doubt. Well...maybe not Haaretz...that one gets the Zionist stamp of approval, so that's probably OK.
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Al Masdar is 100% credible....

Unlike your favorite media sources, Al-Masdar is a regional news organization with reporters who live and work in the regions being reported on. They are actually there, present, in situ...and know and understand and interview factions involved.

They don't have a call list of college professors to label as "experts" and interview, professors that have never been there, aren't there now, don't speak the language, don't know the culture, and are basically there to misinform the audience to promote whatever the offically approved government narrative is.

See, you should know and understand by now, OPT, that when I am interested in the goings on in other parts of the world, I go to news sources that specialize in those parts of the world to get an understanding.

I also read Al Monitor, Haaretz, Jerusalem Post, and The Daily Star. None of which are American, and therefore all of which are Fake News by your standards, no doubt. Well...maybe not Haaretz...that one gets the Zionist stamp of approval, so that's probably OK.
Curious.

Just what do you think are my "favorite media sources"?

Oh and I stand by my claim that CNN, WaPo, NYT, etc. would be leading with this story if it had the slightest credibility for the simple fact that it would reflect negatively on The Donald.

The Prosecution rests.
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Curious.

Just what do you think are my "favorite media sources"?

Oh and I stand by my claim that CNN, WaPo, NYT, etc. would be leading with this story if it had the slightest credibility for the simple fact that it would reflect negatively on The Donald.

The Prosecution rests.
You don't get it.

CNN, WaPo, NYT etc, can't possibly report this story for a variety of reasons, let me list a couple of the most obvious....

1. Obama began funding and arming terrorists in Syria. You can't really say we are doing it now, but not under Obama, can you?

2. Arming and funding terrorists in Syria is 100% supported and approved by the neocorporate party, which consists of neoconservatives and neoliberals, which just happen to run both parties.

"Reflecting negatively on Donald" only counts if A) it is a strictly domestic issue that does not risk billions and trillions of dollars to the Military Industrial Complex. That is best done with bullshit distractions...like parade controversies....and B) If Donald's foreign policy is not in line, accidentally or otherwise, with what the neocorporates want in the first place....which is endless wars and endless proxy wars and endless cold wars to keep the cash flowing.

There are only two things that matter.....the acquisition of government power domestically, and the acquisition of government cash by MIC corporations. These drive policy. Nothing else. Everything else is just salesmanship with a heavy dose of jingoism.
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Saudi Crown Prince: America Asked Us to Spread Ideology of ISIS

In the latest continuation of western media’s shameless promotion of a known war criminal, the Washington Post sat down with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) last Thursday for a 75-minute discussion (even the Post itself previously published an acknowledgment of his crimes).

While the Post’s write-up focuses mainly on the allegation that MBS has Donald Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, “in his pocket,” the war in Yemen, and the rights of women in the Kingdom, most curious is the second-to-last paragraph of the report, which states the following:

“Asked about the Saudi-funded spread of Wahhabism, the austere faith that is dominant in the kingdom and that some have accused of being a source of global terrorism, Mohammed said that investments in mosques and madrassas overseas were rooted in the Cold War, when allies asked Saudi Arabia to use its resources to prevent inroads in Muslim countries by the Soviet Union.”

What? Allies asked Saudi Arabia to use its resources — specifically, investments in mosques and madrassas overseas —to prevent countries from forming alliances with the former Soviet Union?

Of course, it was already known that Saudi Arabia was doing just that for decades, but this is the first time the blame has been openly shifted to Western allies in an interview with a major newspaper.

As the Week explained in 2015, Saudi Arabia has spent billions of dollars “investing heavily in building mosques, madrasas, schools, and Sunni cultural centers across the Muslim world. Indian intelligence says that in India alone, from 2011 to 2013, some 25,000 Saudi clerics arrived bearing more than $250 million to build mosques and universities and hold seminars.”

The effects of this policy have been far-reaching. As even pro-war pundit Fareed Zakaria has documented:

“In Southeast Asia, almost all observers whom I have spoken with believe that there is another crucial cause [behind the ‘cancer’ of Islamic extremism] – exported money and ideology from the Middle East, chiefly Saudi Arabia. A Singaporean official told me, ‘Travel around Asia and you will see so many new mosques and madrassas built in the last 30 years that have had funding from the Gulf. They are modern, clean, air-conditioned, well-equipped – and Wahhabi [Saudi Arabia’s puritanical version of Islam].’ Recently, it was reported that Saudi Arabia plans to contribute almost $1 billion to build 560 mosques in Bangladesh. The Saudi government has denied this, but sources in Bangladesh tell me there’s some truth to the report.”

Saudi Arabia’s funding for extremism has even reached as far as the Indian Ocean. According to the New York Times, Saudi Arabia has “for decades spread its conservative strand of Islam in the Maldives by sending religious leaders, building mosques and giving scholarships to students to attend universities.”

Is it a mere coincidence therefore that the South China Morning Post reported that Indian intelligence sources are claiming hundreds of Maldivians have joined ISIS in Syria?

We also know from Hillary Clinton’s leaked emails that Saudi Arabia was almost certainly one of ISIS’ prime sponsors — and that the Clinton camp was well aware of this issue.

While this is the first time a prominent figurehead like MBS has admitted not only that Saudi Arabia spreads its Wahhabist strain of Islam across the world but also that it was done at the request of its western allies, there is proof that MBS’ claim is a well-kept secret of former and current American administrations.

As former U.S. ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad wrote in September 2016, a Saudi official quietly admitted this little-known fact almost two years ago:

“He [the Saudi official] explained that Saudi support for Islamic extremism started in the early 1960s as a counter to Nasserism—the socialist political ideology that came out of the thinking of Egypt’s Gamal Abdel Nasser—which threatened Saudi Arabia and led to war between the two countries along the Yemen border. This tactic allowed them to successfully contain Nasserism, and the Saudis concluded that Islamism could be a powerful tool with broader utility.

“Under their new and unprecedented policy of honesty, the Saudi leadership also explained to me that their support for extremism was a way of resisting the Soviet Union, often in cooperation with the United States, in places like Afghanistan in the 1980s. In this application too, they argued, it proved successful. Later it was deployed against Iranian-supported Shiite movements in the geopolitical competition between the two countries.”


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