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The Guardian: British Government Runs a Press Office for Terrorists in Syria “at an industrial pace and scale”

Monday, November 7, 2016 4:45
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by Scott Creighton

Britain: they set-up ( founded by James Le Mesurier, an admitted former British army officer and mercenary with the Olive Group) and then fund (£65 million package for a non-humanitarian aid,” British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said) al-Qaeda linked “White Helmets” (Many of the videos from AlQaeda/terrorist dominated areas of Syria have the “White Helmets” logo) as a “hearts and minds” operation and apparently they run a press office for bands of hired mercenary terrorists fighting our proxy regime change war in Syria.

Cheeky bastards.

“The British government is waging information warfare in Syria by funding media operations for some rebel fighting groups, in the foreign front of what David Cameron has called “the propaganda war” against Islamic State.

The campaign aims to boost the reputation of what the government calls the “moderate armed opposition”, a complex and shifting alliance of armed factions.

Deciding which factions to support is risky for the government because many groups have become increasingly extremist as the five-year civil war grinds on.

Contractors hired by the Foreign Office but overseen by the Ministry of Defence (MoD) produce videos, photos, military reports, radio broadcasts, print products and social media posts branded with the logos of fighting groups, and effectively run a press office for opposition fighters.” The Guardian

The idea is simple: propaganda in support of changing the minds of the British people so they can get parliament to vote for more war and regime change operations across the Middle East.

“The UK’s propaganda effort for the Syrian armed opposition began after the government failed to persuade parliament to support military action against the Assad regime. In autumn 2013, the UK embarked on behind-the-scenes work to influence the course of the war by shaping perceptions of opposition fighters.” The Guardian

Industrial scale propaganda in support of bloody terrorists in Britain. Talk about state sponsored terrorism.

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