Aug. 31, 2013
NewsRescue- August 29th, we published a piece that revealed CNN anchor’s visibly sweating in the chilly studio as they relayed the David Cameron’s war mongering loss in the UK parliament.
Sweating in the studio can be either because of sentiments toward the vote against pro-rebel/al-Qaeda military aggression, or a studio cosmetic effect to give viewers a sense of anguish. In either event, it proves CNN media bias as a war mongering machine of US’ military complex. See: NewsRescue–Mere Media? CNN Anchor Sweating as UK Parliament Votes “No” on Syria Attack
Today CNN is bringing up a 30 year old incident, in which Russia allegedly shot down a South Korean passenger airliner, with intent to ‘paint Russia bad.’
The idea that Soviet fighter jets would shoot down a Boeing 747 airliner seems shockingly unbelievable. Two-hundred sixty-nine innocent people died in a largely forgotten Cold War attack that took place exactly 30 years ago this weekend.
A CNN commentator quickly reacted:
This article is only here to show “what bad things the bad Russians did”. In reality, the Russians had contacted the jet repeatedly asking it to leave their airspace but got no response. Given the stakes of that time, it was to be expected of course that it would be fired upon.
So, given that was for sure, why did it enter Russian airspace, and indeed so deep into Russia? Because it was a test the CIA did to see the Russians’ limits. According to CIA’s logic, it was Korean people’s lives that would be lost, in case the Russians did shoot down the aircraft, so, who cares?
And another added:
Obviously the public can not be so easily swayed or fooled by propaganda these days.
It would be nice to compare this sensational headline to CNN’s report on the anniversary of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, when the United States dropped the world’s first nuclear bomb on civilians, and dropped the second bomb even after the Japs had surrendered.
The west and its Arab allies, Saudi and Qatari royals will obviously stop at nothing to get Russia to betray the Syrian nation.
Bandar ‘Bush’ bin Sultan this August offered Russia a mixture of threats and bribe of 15 billion dollars in deals to get the Kremlin to betray Syria. The Kremlin said ‘no thanks.’
In that report, Bandar bin Sultan, Saudi Arabia’s benevolent Prince and chief of security allegedly according to a report by the UK Telegraph, threatened Russia, that the winter Olympics will be safe if Russia abandoned Syria, as they, the Saudi’s controlled the Chechnyan terrorists rebels.
Today, Putin told Obama to either show his so-called proof of Syria using chemical weapons to the UN investigators and security council, or hush it.
Reports from an AP and BBC journalist have implicated the anti-Syrian rebels and terrorists of having ‘mishandled’ chemical weapons given to them “by the same Bandar ‘Bush’ bin Sultan of the Saudi regime.” This was what led to the death of hundreds of innocent Syrians.
On numbers, the US secretary of state, John Kerry has also been called out for ‘lying,’ as he apparently purposefully exaggerated the deaths in Syria. MSF gave the figures of the dead as between 300-400, whereas Kerry gave a figure of 1429, which is almost the verbatim figure the rebels and terrorists, who can under no logic be trusted or referenced as reliable, gave.
The dirty war continues.