28 maj

Vilket fruktansvärt illdåd som begicks, den här massakern i Houla med över 100 människor brutalt nedmejade! Nog låter det osannolikt att regeringstrupperna skulle ha gått från hus till hus och brutalt dödat barn, kvinnor och andra i sina hem och sen lämnat dom så att motståndgrupperna kunde filma förödelsen. Och i det här läget när våldet var i avtagande. Det hade ju varit det absolut värsta de kunnat göra.

Uttalande av Syriens FN-ambassadör Bashar Jaafari enligt en facebookgrupp

Those responsible for the recent massacre of villagers in El-Houleh, Syria, will be brought to justice.
That information comes from the country’s ambassador, Bashar Ja’afari, who spoke to reporters in New York on Sunday following an emergency meeting of the Security Council.
”My government has established a national commission of inquiry tasked with finding out who are the perpetrators of this horrific massacre so that they will be brought to justice. Whoever committed these crimes will be held accountable by the Syrian authorities, by the Syrian government’s law in the country.”
Mr. Ja’afari said it was important to understand what he called ”the background” to the killing of more than 100 civilians in El-Houleh on Friday.
According to the ambassador, up to 300 men armed with heavy weapons such as mortars, machine guns and anti-tank missiles, gathered in the village following afternoon prayers before attacking law enforcement officers.
He said the group also killed people in another nearby village, in addition to burning the local hospital, houses and crops.

 

Referat av videon ovan finns HÄR

Tony Cartalucci – Houla, Syria Stunt Proves: Old Tricks are the Best Tricks

It is clear that whatever happened in Houla is being used desperately as a point of leverage to advance the next leg of the West’s insidious agenda, described in great detail by Seymour Hersh in his 2007 New Yorker article titled, ”The Redirection” where an American-Israeli-Saudi plot to arm vicious sectarian extremists and unleash them upon Syria was exposed. In fact, in Hersh’s article, he interviewed several sources that feared the inevitability of the very violence now seen and being disingenuously leveraged in Houla.

Tony Cartalucci – Death Squads Ravage Syrian Town – West Calls For ”Action”

Syria News 27 May 2012. Syrian Official Tv Channel

Syria News 28 May 2012. Syrian Official Tv Channel, Part1del 2 av Syria News 28 maj

VIDEO från platsen för massakern när FN-observatörerna anländer.
Anna News spoke with Syrian residents about the ”Houla massacre”
West seeks civil war, NATO intervention in Syria

  1. #1 av Väst media är lögnens fabriker på 28 maj, 2012 - 16:48

    BBC, den ansedda lögnemedian, lade ut bilder tagna den 27 mars, 2003 i IRAK, för s sin ”reportage om massakern i Houla”. Denna de objektiva lögnernas fabrik, tog senare bilden från sin hemsida och kablade ut det sedvanliga falska ursäkterna ”vi visste inte”, ”vi ber om ursäkt för att ..”. Vid det laget hade skadan redan skett och hyndan Hillary skriker blod i FN: s säkerhets råds möte.

    Detta är INTE första gången lögn fabriken i väst som kallar sig själva ”den fria median” har kablat ut falska bilder. Vi såg det i Jugoslavien, Palestina, Irak, Libyen, nu i Syrien. Svenska media och politiker efterapar, sin vana trogen.

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    ”With the shock of the Houla tragedy ringing across the world, the BBC has released a story with a harrowing picture of rows and rows of children’s bodies awaiting burial… But isn’t that post-Saddam Iraq?

    ­Photographer Marco di Lauro who took the shot grabbed by the BBC says he nearly “fell off his chair” after finding the picture on the network’s website with a caption reading: “Photo from Activist. This image – which cannot be independently verified – is believed to show bodies of children in Houla awaiting funeral.”

    The picture was actually taken on March 27, 2003; it depicts an Iraqi boy jumping over dozens of white body bags containing skeletons found in a desert south of Baghdad. The image, which is published on Marco di Lauro’s website, is part of his story Iraq, the Aftermath of Saddam.

    Marco di Lauro takes photographs for Getty Images picture agency, his works have been published across Europe and the US. But the indication that the BBC picked his image from the internet, not from official stock worries him somewhat.

    “What I am really astonished by is that a news organization like the BBC doesn’t check the sources and it’s willing to publish any picture sent it by anyone: activist, citizen journalist or whatever. That’s all,” the photographer told The Daily Telegraph.

    “Someone is using someone else’s picture for propaganda on purpose,” he added.

    A BBC spokesman says the picture, illustrating Sunday night’s story ”Syria Massacre in Houla Condemned as Outrage Grows,” was taken down “immediately” when the source was identified.

    “We were aware of this image being widely circulated on the internet in the early hours of this morning following the most recent atrocities in Syria. We used it with a clear disclaimer saying it could not be independently verified,” he added.

    These words about information “which cannot be independently verified” have become a trademark of media coverage of the 14-month conflict in Syria. Before UN special envoy Kofi Annan brought his peace plan to the troubled Arab country, the Syrian government had remained reluctant to open borders to most international journalists.

    But even now the bulk of information comes from people calling themselves opposition activists – via amateur videos uploaded to YouTube or eyewitness reports.

    But sometimes it looks that the mantra “cannot be independently verified” serves as a disclaimer to publish information which wouldn’t stand a chance of ever being verified.

    Källa: RT 12-05-28

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