We begin a series of complaints against some perfidious ‘press’ and ‘media outlets’ that disseminate false informations, or distorted informations or aimed at creating in the public opinion misconceptions, misleading from reality.
This is a bad example of ‘ethical journalism’, because instead of providing correct information and evidence to endorse what is proposed to the public, are created combinations of images to encourage the public to think about things that were not in reality explicitly said. This is one of the most regrettable mistakes, that any serious journalist learns not to do from the first years of study, before they even start a journalistic career.
It is then to think that in reality who composed the offending article is not a real journalist, but a simple composer of ideas…suggested by others…
Everyone is free to read the crap written by the media propaganda (link below) and then draw his own conclusions: bombarding the public with news where are mixed lies and truth is the method used to brainwash the people into believing that it’s all true, even what it is not.
The image of President Bashar al-Assad and Mrs. Asma al-Assad has been introduced wickedly in the article, to create in the popular imagination the idea of a couple of bloodthirsty dictators, what that instead they are not: in fact it is precisely thanks to the brave permanence as president of His Excellency Bashar al-Assad (with his wife and children at his side, like any other Syrian family) that the Syrian people and the Syrian army had the shining example to withstand against the foreign-backed terrorist mercenary gangs, that would have already long since completely destroyed Syria for as we know it today.
“Le Paris perdu des dictateurs”
par Thierry Leveque, Le Parisien Magazine, 6 fevrier 2015
3 more relevant “PROPAGANDA ALERT”
links from 2012:
- WESTERN PSY-OPS AGAINST SYRIA: When Mrs Assad’s “Shopping” Becomes a “Crime Against Humanity”
by Finian Cunningham, Global Research, 27 March 2012
- “Assad’s secret e-mails”: The Guardian and The Independent’s anti-Syria propaganda shifts into higher gear
propaganda alert by Cem Ertür, Indybay, 16 March 2012
- The Arab world’s first ladies of oppression
by Angelique Chrisafis, The Guardian, 28 February 2012
Submitted by Cem Ertür,