Tuesday, January 12, 2016

CBC caught lying again...This time about Starving Villagers Held Siege in Syria

Fake Photo of Starving Syrian published by CBC Without Verification
No real verification or citation of this image of the starving man was provided by the CBC or the SOHR, so we can assume then that this photo was one of many fakes which have also appeared in a number of western mainstream media outlets, and all promoting the same familiar western pro-war and pro-regime change propaganda lines.

I've written many times on this blog about the main$tream media's systematic and programmed lying to the public on behalf of the globalist, ziofascist criminal cabal.  Mainly, I focus on the BBC ("Biggest and Best Calumny") because it seems to be the hub or source of most of the lies.

Today, we have an honourable citizen in Canada writing to the CBC ombudsman because they can no longer tolerate the lies coming from the CBC "Canada's Best Calumny". Here is the letter to the CBC in full... which I sourced from David Icke's excellent website.  He found it on 21stcenturywire.com.  Read the letter to the CBC Ombudsman...and I will have my comments to follow:

Vanessa Beeley 21st Century Wire 
The following is a letter written to the CBC ombdusman by an informed member of the public in Canada, enraged by the blatant anti-Syrian stance in the CBC reporting of the Madaya “starvation” situation. It reads as follows: 
I have counted The Current and CBC news as among the most reliable sources of news and information we have. I consider myself an informed listener and I consult with many and diverse news sources to get the fullest and clearest understanding of world affairs possible.That’s why it is disappointing, and sometimes infuriating when I hear the CBC reduced to an echo chamber and propaganda conveyance when it comes to news from the Middle East. 
The CBC’s use of unreliable and unverified sources and information that presents and thus promotes only one side of events, and a distorted one at that, is shocking to me. Is it due to cutbacks that you are unable to have investigative reporting from conflict areas that reports on all sides of an event, or is there something more sinister going on exercising editorial control over what Canadians are allowed to hear from the Middle East via our national broadcaster? 
Specifically, I was very upset to hear The Current’s Jan 8th report with Lyse Doucet on the situation in Madaya, Syria that gave a completely distorted and misinformed picture of the siege of this town (and several others that are getting zero news coverage).The presenter relied on only one source, a citizen journalist named Rami Jarrah who works for the George Soros funded ANA Press, and is a self-avowed advocate and spokesperson for the terrorist factions, disingenuously called “the opposition” by uncritical media, that has the town of Madaya and several others in the West and North of Syria under militant siege. 
It is these Islamist militants–Ahrar al Sham and al Qaeda– that seized the food aid delivered by the ICRC last October–meant to last for 2 months–and is keeping the towns people on starvation rations, stockpiling the food then trying to sell it to the towns people for obscene prices.Why isn’t that being reported on?It is the militants that are refusing to let the townspeople leave to find refuge in safe zones. It is these militants who are starving and killing them. These Islamist militants, “the opposition” as propagandists call them, are using the starving people under their control to deceive the world, including the use of now exposed deceptive pictures of starving people stolen from the internet to foment outrage–pictures that are uncritically and irresponsibly used by media outlets like the CBC as some kind of “proof” that the Assad regime is responsible for this suffering. 
While these areas of conflict are surrounded by government forces, it is the terrorists occupying the villages that are not surrendering and continue to use people as human shields ad for propaganda. Did The Current or is the CBC news desk presenting any of this balance at all to your stories on Syria? No. You are being played, and worse are a willing participant in a one-sided, anti-Syrian government, pro-Syria destruction campaign.Why Madaya?Why now?Why fake pictures?These are the questions you should be asking. The answer is because Jarrah and these “humanitarian interventionists” are using and abusing these civilians to enlist more western involvement. 
You are not listening to any of the voices coming from inside Syria because you seem to value those minority voices outside Syria that are vying for overthrow of the government and seek to grasp power for themselves in lockstep with western hegemonic agendas.Thus you are not doing your job.What you are promoting, maybe inadvertently, maybe not, is for Syria to be devastated by NATO the way Iraq and Libya were, and not for the human rights of the people of Syria.So shame on you.This is despicable and my respect for the CBC has diminished significantly. 
I urge the CBC to return to it’s roots of unbiased investigative journalism and be committed to the truth so that I can feel confidence again to tune into CBC news and trust we are getting the best information.Balance your blatantly biased sources with “the other side”– the Syrian government that is backed by the vast majority of Syrian people, and the Syrian doctors and activists that are actually working to free their country from the terrorists!! Listen to the Syrians INSIDE SYRIA!Why would you NOT do that? 
The text above originally appeared at The Wall Will Fall.

How can the factotums at the CBC call themselves journalists...or justify their tax-payer funded salaries when they print deceptive, unprofessional, propaganda like the stories about the starving Syrians? I have been reading these stories over the past week or so...and the bile has risen in my throat at the lies...but the writer of the above letter has taken it the step further and lodged a complaint...kudos to him or her.

There is always a military agenda lying behind these lies. The entity that put the media up to the lies is more than likely...some "letter agency" like the CIA...that works for the neocon military/industrial complex. In this case, the military agenda is to put UN or NATO boots on the ground in Syria...to "save" the Syrians. The lying perps don't give a sh!t about the Syrian villagers...they just want an excuse to get their armies in....to head off a Russian/Assad government popularly supported victory over their proxy armies (ISIS) at all costs. They also want to get their terrorist, mercenary forces out of the area where they are currently subjected to bombardment by Russian planes. These career criminals take all humanity for such fools...a few staged photos will always do the trick.

Here's a report from RT which tells the truth about what's going on in that region.  Actual journalists who went to the villages....say the lack of necessities arose from rebel traders hoarding and selling off the food aid at high prices...i.e. $250 for a kilo of rice! Common sense would dictate that if the foreign terrorist rebels got out of the area...things would quickly return to normal. But common sense went out the window decades ago....NO...the neocon want MORE foreign troops in the area...like, permanently. So they can wreak the same chaos and terror that is now going on in Libya, Iraq and Afghanistan.

I long ago gave up on the CBC as a source of objective journalism.  I only go to it to inform myself about what the lies du jour are.  Same as the BBC.  I don't even go on the CNN/ABC/NBC/NYT/FAUX websites at all anymore...so chock-a-block full of filthy lies and soft porn drivel are they. They're the intellectual equivalent of swill for pigs.

CBC....Get the CIA/CSIS moles out of your operation and quit yer lyin!


Penny said...

CBC lying again?!
LOL, say it isn't so. I'm shocked GC, shocked
CBC can only be trusted to push the agenda- what ever the sick elite agenda of the day is...

greencrow said...

And the worst part of it is...we're paying them to lie to us. Salt in the wound.