Aleppo, Syria: 2nd-3rd July 2015 attacks - Please stop blaming the Syrian GovernmentSat, 2015-07-04 01:05 — Anonymous ALEPPO, SYRIA: We didn't sleep all the night. The attacks of yesterday 2nd July started around afternoon and continued up till today 8:30 am 3rd July. They said that 3-4 civilians died, but 87 civilians injured. The ambulance voices didn't stop all night long. You had to hear the people over here in Aleppo. Aren't they Syrians? After all these years and after all these attacks on them and after they lost their income sources and family members, they are asking the Syrian army to terminate the terrorist attackers and their nests, which have become like cancer in Syria's body. They don't care if that termination happens by chemical weapons, bombs, or whatever.
Yet, around the world and in the mainstream media, they dare to demonize the Syrian Army with the so-called "barrel bombs" and refer to dead terrorists as peaceful moderate Syrian oppo…
Privately Owned Greek Media Line Up With The One Percent Against The Greek PeopleJuly 4, 2015| Categories: Guest Contributions| Tags: |Print This Article The latest report from Greece indicates that the privately owned Greek media have taken a stand against the Greek people and for the One Percent:
Yesterday’s demonstration in favor of ‘No’ in Syntagma Square of Athens had gigantic proportions and great fighting spirit.
Instead, the rally of supporters of ‘Yes’ was enormously smaller without breath and passion.
Of course, with the exception of state television, all TV channels mainly or exclusively showed the second (Yes), saying that it is a big demonstration, exhausting every possibility to conceal and distort reality.
A climate of hysteria and terror has been cultivated by all private media (the public ones consist an exception) , which present the ‘No’ vote as an emerging Armageddon. The same media produce a permanent stream of lies and distorted or even more nonexisted s…
Putin: We don’t expect any change in hostile policies toward RussiaPublished time: July 03, 2015 16:17 Edited time: July 04, 2015 11:41 Get short URL
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