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Human Rights Watch did it again…

The criminal campaign by the US and allies, to justify an attack on Syria and remove from the presidency Bashar al-Assad, is aided and flanked by the work of propaganda and false news spread by HRW and its director (in smell of CIA) Kenneth Ross. Following some excerpts from ‘Moon of Alabama‘, 9 May 2015.
SFP 10/5/2015


In February 27 (2015) Human Rights Watch posted a tweet that showed a picture of the Kurdish-Syrian city Kobane destroyed by U.S. bombing.

The HRW tweet falsely claimed that the damage was caused by Syrian government “barrel bombs”. HRW is at it again.

Today (9/5/2015) Kenneth Ross, director of Human Rights Watch tweeted this:


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The Kenneth Roth tweet links to a video uploaded by some Armanian website owner on May 5.

But, as Adam Johnson of  ‘Fair.org    ‘points out‘,  the picture is a still from a pirated copy of a video produced and uploaded on March 8 by the Danish TV station DR Nyheder.


The original caption to that video is:

“Unikke tv-optagelser med drone viser omfanget af ødelæggelserne efter Israels bombardement af Gaza i sommer”

The drone video shows the immense damage done by last summer’s Israeli bombing of Gaza.

HRW also used a wrongly attribute picture to claim that a person hurt by Nazis in Ukraine was a victim of the Russian president Putin.


This is thereby at least the third time HRW is using a wrongly attributed pictures to depict current enemies of U.S. imperialism as having causing the damage the U.S. empire and/or its friends have caused.

That is not mere bias by HRW. It is willful fraud.



A MEME FROM ‘SyriaMemeCaucus’


This picture is for all Western (and ironically named) “NGOs” whose propaganda is just so blatantly stupid. It’s like they don’t even bother putting any effort into their lies anymore.
First person to comment where the pic is from gets a thumbs up from Bashar:

Answer from:
Louis Quemener
It’s Nagasaki, Japan, 1945 after the bomb”

Original photo available at: “A Photo-Essay on the Bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki”


Nagasaki Journey: The Photographs of Yosuke Yamahata.
On August 10, 1945, the day after the bombing of Nagasaki, Yosuke Yamahata began to photograph the devastation. His companions on the journey were a painter, Eiji Yamada, and a writer, Jun Higashi.


10 August 1945, the day after the bombing of Nagasaki


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