Sociopath Media report – 29th October, 2015

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By Ollie Richardson for Fort Russ


Quick! Look over there!

Real desperate stuff here from Reuters, attempting to stage a distraction from the recent Doctors Without Borders Hospital attack at the hands of an American AC130 gunship. No evidence has been presented of Russian hospital attacks by any media outfit or politician. But it isn’t just Reuters that is ramming this filth down folk’s throats – the US government themselves are at it too:

US cites ‘press reports’ & secret ‘operational data’ as proof of Russia striking Syrian hospitals

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They are absolutely clueless, and are prepared to cite the man in the street if it means it gives them a headline. Here we can see what the Red Cross thinks of these allegations:

How the U.S. Government Condemns or Ignores Indiscriminate Bombing

Pro War Left and Pro War Right

We have genocidal maniac Hilary Clinton, American Oligarch Donald Trump, Yugoslavia hating Bernie Sanders, Lehman Brothers scumbag Jeb Bush and now Obama 2.0 Ben Carson. We recommend staying at home on election day, as there is not a brain cell to rub together between them. Sociopath Media is still trying to assess if there is any sense to be made in this tweet – we’re not confident it’s discoverable…

NATO Out!

Moldova FINALLY managed to assert the squeeze on the current suits and ties, causing a shockwave to shake South East Europe. The Pro-US government has been given the no confidence vote, leaving the door open for a more Eurasian-minded party to take the helm. Don’t expect the 3 letter networks to roll up with their camera crews – instead let’s look at the evil Russians bombing Hospitals…

Fox belongs in a Box

This made-up story is a ‘Fox exclusive’ in the same way Eliot Higgins’ MH17 research is an ‘exclusive’ to Bellingcat. The immediate question to be asked is why does Russia need Iranian weapons when what they currently are using has more or less eradicated Daesh from Syria? 

Exclusive: Russia flying Iranian weapons shipments into Syria, sources say

Russia has helped Iran deliver weapons into Syria twice a day over the past 10 days, western intelligence sources tell Fox News.

‘Western Intelligence’? That most certainly is a funny way of spelling ‘State Department intern’. The author of the article has an interesting past:

Jennifer Griffin currently serves as a national security correspondent for FOX News Channel . She joined FNC in October 1999 as a Jerusalem-based correspondent. 

She has obviously had lots of training in biased and fraudulent reporting having spent time in occupied Palestine. 

Flag Flashback

This video is a valuable asset in the ‘who the hell is the FSA?’ collection, courtesy of BBC Turkey. This video, from July 2012, which was filmed 16 months into the Syrian “revolution”, shows a FSA truck also flying the Al-Nusra flag. Of course now we know that the phantom outfit takes the deliveries of US TOW missiles and gives them to Al-Nusra for use against Assad.

Reckless Resolve

The Russian Ministry of Defence did some epic trolling today, with US Army Col. Steve Warren being on the receiving end. Last week, Mr Warren slammed the Russian operation, telling reporters via a teleconference from Baghdad that “the Russians have been indiscriminate” and “reckless in Syria…dropping cluster munitions around where civilians may be.” In reply, Konashenkov suggested that Col. Warren should pay closer attention to the ministry’s briefings:

“In the course of our briefings, I have repeatedly emphasised for representatives of the media that the targeting systems of our planes in Syria are state-the-art, allowing, figuratively speaking, to get a rock dropped from a great height to hit a shovel handle. And we use our special ammunition only for the relevant terrorist targets.”

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