Category Archives: Communication

Turkey declares that it has kidnapped one of the terrorists responsible for the attack on Reyhanlı

On 11 May 2013, two cars that had been wired, exploded in Turkey at Reyhanlı (which borders with Syria), causing 51 fatalities and leaving 140 people injured. The Turkish government immediately accused Syria of organizing the attack and the AKP organized pogroms in the city against Syrian immigrants. However Syria denied any involvement and the documents of the Turkish police published by the RedHack hackers provided evidence that the operation had been mounted under a false flag by the (...)

London Has Just Started a False Flag Operation in Idleb

According to the Russian Ministry of Defense, "a treacherous provocation is being filmed in the locality of Jisr al-Choghour to make believe that the Syrian army has used chemical weapons against civilians." Radicals transported two cans of a chlorinated toxic substance to Jisr al-Choghour to make the setup of the attack more “realistic". Filming crews from several Middle East TV stations and a regional representation of a major US channel arrived in the morning on September 11, 2018, to (...)

YouTube censures Syrian government channels

On 8 September 2018, the company YouTube (owned by the Internet giant Google) shut down the channels of the Syrian government including the channel of the Syrian President, the Syrian Minister of Defence as well as Sana, the Syrian government press agency. YouTube has not given the reasons for its decision. These channels have been around for several years. As they have different programs, the decision for this collective censure cannot be content-based. It must be exclusively based on (...)

The Skripal Affair: something odd about the photos of the Russian Spies

Scotland Yard has published photos of the arrival of two “Russian Spies” who are supposed to be responsible for the Skripal affair. These images were captured on their arrival at Gatwick airport on 2 March 2018. But there is one interesting and rather strange detail. If you look at the photos at the end of this brief (which were taken by the same security camera even though the angles in the two photos do not appear identical), both record the same time at which the two spies left the same (...)

Who wants to relaunch the war in Syria?, by Thierry Meyssan

Seven years after the beginning of the war against Syria, fought by proxy jihadist forces, the partisans of its destruction want to start again. And yet they have suffered a definite defeat on the ground, where the population, after a momentary hesitation, massively chose to support the Republic. This attempt to restart the war from the beginning can only be understood if its objective has evolved.

Moscow and Damascus Accuse London, Paris and Washington of Preparing Chemical Attack

The USS Sullivans destroyer (DDG-68) of the US Navy with 56 cruise missiles on board has been prepositioned in the Persian Gulf. Simultaneously, a US Air Force B-1B strategic bomber with 24 AGM-158 JASSM air-to-surface cruise missiles arrived at Al-Udeid Air Base in Qatar. On August 29th, UN Secretary-General António Guterres called on all parties involved in Syria to show restraint. On August 30, 2018, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and his Syrian counterpart, Walid al-Muallem, in (...)

Censorship of the Internet: After Alex Jones, TeleSur

Facebook has announced that it has withdrawn the English accounts from TeleSur, a pan-American television channel. On August 7, 2018, Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook's director, personally coordinated with Apple, Google, Spotify and YouTube (but not Twitter) the deletion of Alex Jones and InfoWars accounts for "conspiracy". He also wants to suppress "communist propaganda" (sic). Created at the initiative of President Hugo Chávez, TeleSur was a public continuous news channel shared by Argentina, (...)

100 US newspapers joint editorial

“A Free Press Needs You” In 1787, the year the Constitution was born, Thomas Jefferson famously wrote to a friend, “Were it left to me to decide whether we should have a government without newspapers, or newspapers without a government, I should not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter.” That's how he felt before he became president, anyway. Twenty years later, after enduring the oversight of the press from inside the White House, he was less sure of its value. “Nothing can now be believed (...)

“Journalists are not the enemy”

A central pillar of President Trump's politics is a sustained assault on the free press. Journalists are not classified as fellow Americans, but rather “the enemy of the people.” This relentless assault on the free press has dangerous consequences. We asked editorial boards from around the country – liberal and conservative, large and small – to join us today to address this fundamental threat in their own words. Replacing a free media with a state-run media has always been a first order of (...)

The Great Purge on the Internet has begun

In less than 12 hours, Internet giants have closed down all internet accounts belonging to the Group Infowars and the US journalist Alex Jones (see photo), both pro-Trump. This purge follows a US House of Representatives Hearing of the Justice Committee on Censorship of the Internet and was coordinated by Apple, Facebook, Google, Spotify and You Tube (but not Twitter). Every video Alex Jones had made has been deleted from the Internet. This decision was taken in the name of ideological (...)