Welcome to Bennett's World: a collection of articles and references covering a wide variety of topics in which I am involved. I am a very political person but I have no allegiance to any political party. Follow me on twitter @colinhove

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Robert Stuart's Latest Post on 'Saving Syria's Children'

Everyone will be pleased to see how well Robert is building up his dossier on the BBC fraud 'Saving Syria's Children' 

Latest post here.

Some of the main points:

A number of senior White Helmets were present at Atareb Hospital, Aleppo on 26 August 2013, where they were filmed by BBC cameraman Darren Conway. Journalist Vanessa Beeley has amply demonstrated that the White Helmets (aka the "Syria Civil Defence" - a title purloined from an extant, legitimate Syrian organisation) are a western-funded construct, producing propaganda to manipulate public opinion in favour of a "no-fly zone", leading to "regime change" in Syria and beyond. Acclaimed documentary filmmaker and journalist John Pilger has described the White Helmets as a �complete propaganda construct� and even right wing Fox News has conceded that the White Helmets are "not always the most reliable" and possess "their own agenda".

  *   Among those filmed by Conway at Atareb was White Helmets Deputy Head Mounir Mustafa. A senior ambassador for the "unarmed and neutral" White Helmets, Mustafa was f�ted by US Senator Bernie Sanders in April 2017. In 2013 Mustafa was photographed alongside an unknown gunman and a former Reuters freelance photographer, Amer Alfaj, who has himself been photographed attending the firing of a Hell Cannon mortar and who celebrated the munition in grotesque images such as these.
Groups and organisations which appear to have been present at Atareb Hospital on 26 August 2013 include: ISIS; the al-Qaeda linked Ahrar al-Sham, which provided security for the BBC Panorama team despite being described by the BBC elsewhere as a "hardline Islamist" group; the Army of Mujahideen-affiliated Ansar Brigade; the Free Aleppo Governorate Council; the White Helmets and the BBC.

Five Reasons To Be Absolutely Certain That The Establishment Is Lying About Syria

In a recent article journalist Caitlin Johnstone writes:

In a presentation for Media on Trial, Stuart breaks down part of the BBC documentary Saving Syria�s Children showing clear and undeniable evidence that the footage which purports to show victims of an Assad napalm bombing has been staged and faked from top to bottom. The presentation is packed with information and the the 19-minute clip is definitely worth watching in its entirety, but for me the real clincher comes at around the four-minute mark after Stuart explains what burn victims tend to look and behave like, and he simply turns the sound off on the video footage and replays it with the question �just ask yourself, is this real?�

It isn�t. Plainly it isn�t. Watch it and see for yourself; it�s as fake as the Bana Alabed interview.

Johnstone's work was recently endorsed by Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters.

Robert Stuart

Thursday, February 15, 2018

BDS Nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize!

This is really exciting news— the Palestinian-led movement for Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize!

Bjørnar Moxnes, the Norwegian Member of Parliament formally made the nomination.

I hope readers will take appropriate action.
Sign the petition and tell the Nobel Committee: the movement for Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions deserves recognition— because Palestinians deserve to be free.

Saturday, February 10, 2018

More Evidence on the BBC Bogus Video/Saving Syria's Children

More and more evidence is accruing concerning the fabricated video and story called Saving Syria's Children. Please absorb and disseminate.

Scenes filmed by BBC cameraman Darren Conway for the 2013 Panorama special Saving Syria's Children purporting to show incendiary bomb victims arriving at an Aleppo hospital feature an ambulance displaying the ISIS flag.

The proximity of Conway and Panorama reporter Ian Pannell to the ISIS vehicle and its armed occupants at Atareb Hospital on 26 August 2013 contrasts markedly with an ostensibly tense scene shot the previous day in which the two-man BBC team pass through an ISIS checkpoint in apparent fear for their lives.

Full post here.

Robert Stuart