Posted by Bruno On Saturday, May 26, 2012 0 comments
The Massacre in Houla,Sryia & Reactions From Western American supported Countries Raises Suspicion. & Exposes Yellow Journalism at the very finest.
In the CNN article
U.N. observers see bodies of 92 dead in Syria massacre
( Maj. Gen. Robert Mood, the head of the U.N. Supervision Mission in Syria, said the attacks happened overnight but that the circumstances that led to the deaths is unclear.)
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Syrian opposition activists reported at least 88 people, mostly children, were killed Friday by the Syrian regime's shelling in Houla. The reports came from the Local Coordination Committees of Syria, a network of Syrian opposition activists. That toll differed from that of the U.N. observers.The Syrian opposition activists reported or claimed that at least 88 people, children were killed by Assad shelling in Houla.
But wait dont forget a important fact that the mainstream news outlets arent telling you, the FSA or the Free Syrian Army are Former ex soldiers who also had access to not only artillery, but tanks, and even shelling what makes you think i would rather believe the mainstream news media outlets claims that it was Assad forces?
While i am not trying to defend Assad or the rebels, but after what and how the mainstream media news outlets lied about Iraq and that Saddam, i am no longer believing anything the media news outlets say any longer.
Again Maj. Gen. Robert Mood stated the attacks happened overnight and the circumstances that led to the deaths is unclear.
So how could and can the rebels claim that they were killed by shelling? no one survives in a shelling attack not even a full child body.
The body pieces get blown off by shelling, but dont let mine expertise tell you that, why lets ask CNN seeing how they are experts in everything, i doubt that they know such stuff.
Syria international pressure mounts urgent action following massacre
"We are consulting urgently with our allies on a strong international response, including at the UN Security Council, the EU and UN human rights bodies," British Foreign Secretary William Hague said in a statement.