SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE EXPOSES THE FALSITY OF US GOVERNMENT CLAIMS ABOUT SYRIAN GAS ATTACK

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On 4 April 2017 an incident occurred in the Syrian town of Khan Sheikhoun, as a result of which a number of civilians, including children, died. The western media and western politicians immediately branded the attack as an assault using chemical weapons by the Syrian government of Bashar al Assad. In what can only be described as a propaganda frenzy, the media and politicians condemned the Syrian President and his government.
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AMERICAN MISSILE STRIKES IN SYRIA RAISE FRESH QUESTIONS

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10 April 2017.

In the early hours of Friday morning Australian time the United States fired 59 Tomahawk missiles from two of its warships in the Eastern Mediterranean. The target was the Shayrat Air Base in North Eastern Syria.

The purported justification for the missile attack was, in the words of the Sydney Morning Herald’s chief Washington correspondent Paul McGeogh “as punishment for a previous gas attack that killed more than 80 civilians this week.” Continue reading

Verdict First, Evidence Later: How the Australian Media Misrepresent Geopolitical Events

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7 April 2017.

“Let the jury consider their verdict” the King said, for about the twentieth time that day. “No, no” said the Queen. “Sentence first – verdict afterward”.
“Stuff and nonsense” said Alice loudly. “The idea of having the sentence first.”
“Hold your tongue” said the Queen, turning purple.
“I won’t” said Alice.
“Off with her head” the Queen shouted at the top of her voice. Nobody moved.

Charles Dodgson ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.’ Continue reading

The Tiresome Untruths of the Sydney Morning Herald

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31 March 2017.

The Sydney Morning Herald used to be a respected broadsheet. It moved to tabloid size and its journalism followed the same trajectory. Nowadays it is divided into four broad sections: news (of a highly selected nature); comment and analysis; business and sports. Other miscellany includes the weather, public notices, obituaries and the like. Continue reading