Why Is Assad An Insane Suicidal Monster? - #PropagandaWatch

09/17/201825 Comments

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As we know from the political puppets and their mouthpieces in the controlled corporate media, Syrian President Basher al-Assad is a bloodthirsty monster responsible for the wanton slaughter of (fill in the number) of his own citizens, and he particularly enjoys dropping chemical weapons on women and children despite knowing that this is the one thing that will bring him universal condemnation and ensure a full-scale assault on his country. . . But why? Why is he such a monster? That is the question, and the New York Times offers its own helpful explainer with predictably comic results. Don't miss this edition of #PropagandaWatch from The Corbett Report.

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  1. AnimalsArentFood says:

    Remember when MSM used to use war as a wedge issue?
    None of them even bother with pretending to be anti-war any more.
    The PTB have apparently concluded they can have an entire country of pro-war military worshipers, and they can instead use things like fabricated/exaggerated racism & sexism, manspreading, transgender children and bathroom signs to keep people distracted & divided.

  2. scpat says:

    Why go after Assad? I suppose it comes down to Iran and Russia primarily, but there is a deeper, more core reason. It’s the same reason why the U.S. was looking for 9/11 “terrorists” in Afghanistan. The same reason they were “looking” for WMDs in Iraq. One logical explanation is what we here from the anti war voices so often—it’s to feed the Military Industrial Complex. The U.S. removes Iran’s primary enemy in Saddam. Iran capitalizes on that and becomes stronger, so it looks like the U.S. has more bombs to drop in order to check Iranian influence. The U.S. targets Syria, Iran steps in, and now the U.S. can justify more war to keep those Iranians in check. It goes on and on. This is what it’s all about. Create a problem and then fix the problem by creating more problems. As Scott Horton would say, “it’s a self-licking ice cream cone.”

  3. zyxzevn says:

    Looks like someone did not watch this video:

    Massive Sustained Attack On Syria: Russian S-400 Defenses Possibly Active In Huge Escalation
    Israel again?

  4. weilunion says:

    They are not ‘rebels’, they are Al Qaeda


  5. wall says:

    Has anyone else noticed that Alt-Market may be controlled opposition?

    Anytime I try to post these links they label it as spam.

    I will spam this again as I have no other way to get it out. And I think youtube would pull it down even if I did manage to upload it.

    This is a video about the Parkland shooting.

    This has the video of the student who claimed 1 shooter was coming in from 1 entrance, and that when they ran to the other entrance another shooter came through that entrance. This proves that there was more than 1 shooter. It also has screenshots of David Hogg’s mugshots.

    Mass shooting: questions, curiosities, statements and solution


    Here it is on minds.com if the above link doesn’t work.

    part 1


    part 3

    • wall says:

      I have noticed that the view counts on the minds version has not changed in over a month. Does anyone have any ideas as to why? Is the bitchute version working for everyone?

      And please share it with people. I have not monetized it, but I would like everyone to see the most important aspects of the Parkland event.

      • wall says:

        On the alt-market thing. It seems like Brandon Smith is straight about things. Not sure about the others. The original post of my links is still up at least. Keep in mind that when I worry about controlled opposition that I am still quite stung by finding that Newsbud was likely controlled op from the beginning. I have had a hard time thinking of any site as legit since that.

        • candlelight says:

          Stung me ,too, wall.

          Stung me like a mad hornet!

          Fortunately, there’s one man I can honestly vouch for, never minding a tad here or there I may be out of tune, or slightly differ in opinion.


          You got it. That man being James Corbett, by golly. 🙂

          Like I always says to myself, you can take the man out of Canada, but you can’t take Canada out of the man. And I never ever met a dishonest Canadian. Never, never ever. Nor, am I very likely to.**


          ** Then, again, I’ve only been to Ottawa once, and Parliament wasn’t in session. 🙂

          • wall says:

            Has anyone credibly covered parkland? Because I haven’t seen anyone. The closest was Tim Poole but he tried to explain the Alex Miednik thing and the shooters from two opposite exits thing as cars backfiring and confusion so I don’t buy crap all that he says. All the others are either complete crack pots or semi crack pots that already blamed Cruz even if they claimed there was more than one shooter.

            Anyway, almost to 400 views on bitchute, even though the vid will not show in the search. I wonder if my view count ticker was frozen on minds.com. I could understand a low view count, but the count hasn’t budged in a month it seems.

            I am betting these are both controlled alternatives though, after not seeing my view count budge on minds in weeks. Are there any REAL alternatives?

  6. bashad says:


    Strawberry sabotage was all over Australian news nonstop for the past 10 days.

    Part 1 (Creating the Problem):
    Needle found In Strawberries


    Part 2 (Reaction):
    Supermarkets in Australia and New Zealand pull strawberries from shelves


    Part 3 (Solution):
    New law passed in parliament


    Note from the article: Senior ministers said the new laws would also cover those who make false statements(who decides if an statement is false or not?) about contamination of food on social media.


    3 After subsection 380.2(1) of the Criminal Code

    (1A) A person commits an offence if:

    (a) the person contaminates goods; and

    (b) the person does so reckless as to:

    (i) causing public alarm or anxiety in Australia; or

    (ii) causing widespread, or nationally significant, economic
    loss in Australia through public awareness of the
    contamination, or possible contamination, of the goods;

    (iii) causing harm to, or creating a risk of harm to, public
    health in Australia.
    Penalty: Imprisonment for 10 years.

    4 Subsection 380.2(2) of the Criminal Code (penalty)
    Omit “10 years”, substitute “15 years”.

    Note: So if I think for instance that GMO foods would cause harm to humans and I had like 2m followers on twitter or other social media I could influence people to stop buying a product, which will cause public alarm and anxiety therefore I am committing a crime and I can get up to 15 years in jail.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      HomeRemedySupply says: Berry interesting.

      “It’s not a joke, it’s not funny,” Prime Minister Morrison said.
      (excerpt from “Part 3 – Solution”)

    • mkey says:

      I’ve seen a news story on this the other day on TeeVee, well I just glanced over it really, but I’m glad to see laws can get fasttracekd in Australia when things get serious. Courts wil have a blast with these provisions.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        mkey says: Courts will have a blast with these provisions.

        Oh!…I see…”the produce section” of government run by fruitcakes will enforce laws prohibiting bad puns. …err, I mean punnets.

        Damn! I’m in trouble.

    • Redneard says:

      “Note: So if I think for instance that GMO foods would cause harm to humans and I had like 2m followers on twitter or other social media I could influence people to stop buying a product, which will cause public alarm and anxiety therefore I am committing a crime and I can get up to 15 years in jail.”

      I think you have to be the actual contaminator as well.

      (a) the person contaminates goods; and (not or)

      Give it time though, I’m sure simply causing anxiety will be a felony someday.

  7. Siren says:

    Hey James,

    The links are missing from this video.
    Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKtL9fvvejU
    Bitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/video/cKtL9fvvejU/

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