Italian press on chemical attack in Syria: No western journalist has found a trace

Old and composed visuals presented as real and current to rouse anti-Syria ire.

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L’Antidiplomatico reports:
On the other hand the mainstream media continue to fish out old photos and movies produced by “rebels” years ago Duma, Ghouta province, Syria

None of the countless Western journalists, invited by the Russian army, and free to shoot undisturbed anywhere, and interrogate anyone, has yet managed to find any trace or testimony of the notorious attack with the chlorine on April 7.

On the other hand, the mainstream media continue to retrieve old photos and movies produced by the “rebels” years ago, presenting them as current to convince public opinion of the absolute need for retaliation against the “Assad regime.”

Among these are the photos around the world (analyzed by the website blackstoneintel) of the bodies of some children (probably killed by the “rebels”) taken in various venues and later “assembled” to engage Western indignation.

From the translator:

L’Antidiplomatico posts pictures of children in different locations, then the same children posed together for impact.  Your translator will not post them. You can see them at the source.

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BlackstoneIntel, from which L’antidiplomatico got the pictures, has this text:

The al-Qaeda affiliate group, Jaish al-Islam, has admitted to using chlorine gas to massacre dozens of people in Aleppo. This same group killed civilians in Douma. Together with the fake humanitarian group, the White Helmets (which has been caught staging death scenes/videos in the past), Jaish terrorists took the dead bodies of children and staged the bodies in multiple locations to create propaganda photos/video to shock and outrage the public – and to frame President Bashar al Assad and the Syrian military for the crime.
These photos are evidence that the “chemical attack” being blamed on the Assad government to justify western military invasion is not what it seems.


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