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"Гардиан" и запуганные сирийские врачи
pluto9999
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“They’re wiping out evidence that would prove the crime, and they are forcing doctors and residents who are witnesses to say that nothing took place.”
("Они уничтожают доказательства преступления и заставляют врачей и местных жителей говорить, что ничего не было.")
"Гардиан"
17 апреля 2018
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Syrian medics 'subjected to extreme intimidation' after Douma attack
Doctors say those who treated patients after attack have been told they and their families will be targeted if they speak out
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Джентльмены из "Гардиан" - апологеты и защитники "Белых касок" - вновь спешат на помощь сирийским джихадистам и британскому правительству. Их корреспонденты, известные своими связями с сирийской оппозицией и боевиками, срочно накропали статью о том, что сирийские врачи в Думе и их семьи запуганы "режимом" и "русской военной полицией", и им угрожают арестами и еще гораздо (much more) худшими последствиями. Поэтому их свидетельствам, разумеется, нельзя верить. А тем временем в Думе идет уничтожение доказательств.
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Some doctors have appeared on Syrian television to deny that anything took place in Douma. A doctor who spoke to the Guardian said: “Our colleagues who appeared on television were coerced, because some hadn’t served in the military or completed their degree, and for other reasons, some had family in Damascus. They decided to stay in exchange for being reconciled with the regime. But the regime used them.”
Another medic who treated victims said: “Anyone who has knowledge of what happened cannot testify. What was being said is that the medical centres would be destroyed on top of those working in it.
“The testimony of people under pressure cannot be relied on. Imagine if you spoke out while under the control of those that you were speaking out against, what will your fate be?”
Another doctor said: “We were receiving threats since the siege began, prior to the chemical weapons attack. When the attack took place, things became much more dangerous. They’re wiping out evidence that would prove the crime, and they are forcing doctors and residents who are witnesses to say that nothing took place.”
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Вот тут можно подробно прочесть о похождениях журналиста "Гардиан" Мартина Чулова в Сирии (10 journeys to Aleppo - "The rebel-held east was the focus of all my visits"), его тамошних друзьях-джихадистах и той роли, которую "Гардиан" сыграла и продолжает играть в разжигании гражданской войны в Сирии
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[Martin Chulov - ]The Guardian Journalist who takes ‘Afternoon Tea’ with ISIS
Vanessa Beeley
21 февраля 2018
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The Guardian and its journalists have played a crucial role in the maintenance of a narrative that whitewashes the crimes that ‘Global Britain‘ is committing against the sovereign nation of Syria and its people. I will look at the roles of individual journalists and The Guardian as a whole in gatekeeping truth and protecting power during the almost seven year conflict that has raged inside Syria.
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Chulov has never attempted to report on the Syrian conflict from the perspective of those who support the Syrian state, the Syrian Arab Army and its allies in their battle against international terrorism. In other words, Chulov has failed to address the concerns of 80% of the Syrian population in West Aleppo in favour of a terrorist controlled narrative of 20% of civilians in East Aleppo. Civilians who were largely being held hostage, starved, imprisoned, executed, or used as human shields by the terrorist factions that Chulov associated with. Chulov chose to embed himself with the extremist and terrorist factions that ruled East Aleppo with violence, brutality and sectarian elitism for almost five years. This choice resulted in The Guardian effectively lionising terrorism to its readers.

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“Medieval savagery” is one of the terms that Chulov applies liberally to the SAA and its allies but never to the terrorist atrocities, in fact, I have not found one reference in Chulov’s articles from East Aleppo, to the daily mortar & hell cannon attacks, suicide bombings, sniping of Syrian civilians on the “other side” in West Aleppo. During over four years, more than 11,000 civilians were brutally killed, countless more maimed or mutilated as a result of those attacks on densely populated residential areas of West Aleppo.
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“Kalashnikovs are laid across tables next to salt and pepper shakers, which the waiters gently rearrange to serve plates of grilled chicken and salads.” Chulov in Al Bab
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In September 2013 Chulov is interviewing an ISIS leader in Al Bab:
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“ISIS’s leader, Abu Ismail sees little threat from an Awakening Movement in Syria. Himself an Iraqi, a veteran of al-Qaida’s operations in his homeland, he said:
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“We are good with the people here. If an emir does something wrong he will be punished according to the sharia too. There is not one rule for us and one for the people. A Sahawa is not something that we think about.”
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This discussion with the ISIS leader is not a one off. Chulov had also previously communicated with Abu Ismael in November 2012:
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“Abu Ismael made no secret of his wish for Syria to be the heartland of an al-Qaida-led renaissance. Nor, unusually, did he hide what he had done in Iraq, or what he planned to do in the new war. In a candid hour-long discussion, he offered a rare insight into the terror group’s designs on Syria and the organisation’s fraught battle to assert itself. “I was a member of the al-Qaida organisation from 2005-11,” he said, his black eyes set in an unflinching stare. “I joined them with my father when I was 16 and apart from one and a half months in prison, I was very active in every way.”
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The ease with which Chulov associates with members of Syria’s terrorist classes is worthy of some serious investigation. Extremist and Islamic groups are in control of the majority of opposition areas and Chulov is unaffected, on the contrary his rhetoric suggests he is comfortable with this close association. Certainly, he has emerged unscathed by any of the attacks or kidnappings that have affected so many other ‘undercover’ media agents or ‘humanitarian’ actors operating inside the terrorist controlled zones.
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Chulov could argue that he is covertly gathering information on the terrorist groups but his articles do not substantiate that claim, if it exists. He effectively amplifies their justifications for the crimes those terrorist factions commit against the Syrian people and Army. These are not indigenous or misguided Syrian “rebels”, they are recognised terrorist or terrorist sub-groups who have a documented record of committing atrocities, not only in Syria.
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The portrayal of war as such a simplistic and mercilessly black and white affair is deceptive at best, deliberate misrepresentation at worst. Chulov’s and the colonial media role is to ensure the closure of all doors that may just lead to a peaceful, diplomatic resolution of this conflict by whitewashing the US Coalition-backed foreign mercenaries who have invaded Syria and demonizing the forces who are preventing Syria being overrun by Islamist zealots.
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The Guardian is following a well know recipe for “Humanitarian” war, and Chulov appears to have been dispatched to bring home the ingredients from among the paid mercenaries and terrorist groups that are known to be armed and bankrolled by the US/UK coalition and architects of chaos. Chulov is just one of a team of Guardian ‘infiltrators’, who appear to be working closely with those mercenaries and terrorists and whose own motives must surely be questioned.
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"It often seems like all standards have been abandoned when it comes to writing on Syria."
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