The French are nearly broke; their unemployment rate is at an all-time high; their economy is in a shambles; and what do they claim to do? Send money for terrorists. You’ll enjoy this piece of dreck:
The Telegraph has finally written a good piece on Syria. I love the use of “embattled” and “besieged” which has become a mantra for writing about our president. Supporters of Syrian will like this:
We are now exactly where SyrPer predicted over a year ago; NATO knows the miserable rabble of rats on whom they betted are nowhere even close to viability. So?
I love hearing about Lebanese scum getting their just deserts. I mean, what do the idiots in Tripoli expect when their slime goes to fight with terrorists in Syria? Let them burn in Hell!!
I cannot vouch for this reporter’s claim that he was in Hama in 1982. I was. In any case, a short article that disses the irresponsible rumors:
Lavrov knows that there is not purpose to any more negotiations with Clinton. The Geneva Agreement is dead letter. But this article exposes the silliness of so many media organs which openly suggested that Russia was changing its attitude about Dr. Assad. Yeah, right!
This article is a must-read for propaganda aficionados. It is also really good for people who love reading journalism which creates a surreal sense of unreality. This Arango and Barnard piece is a gut-splitting experiment in sloppiness. By the by, Jabhat Al-Nusra is the worst fighting group. They are easy to kill. Enjoy:
This WP article is instructive. I like it even though it came from a Zionist rag:
You all know that SyrPer has been writing on the subject of media manipulation. Here’s a good second from Global Research:
SyrPer’s Egon Krenz Medal winner for 2012, Gerhard Schindler, gives his inept opinion about Syria in this laugh-a-minuit mini-article that mentions his fellow Krenz laureate, Robert Ford. SyrPer readers should take a Valium or Demerol before reading this:
ADDENDA ET CORRIGENDA:
We made a simple mistake a few days ago while reporting on Patriarch Ignatius IV Hazim’s death. We stated he was born in Mehardeh, Idlib Governorate. That was a mistake. As I know extremely well, Mehardeh is in Hama Governorate. Sorry about the error.