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British media hysteria: East Guta - Syrian Srebrenica

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Western publications have found a new option for presenting the situation in the Eastern Guta suburb of Damascus, from where the militants constantly bombarded residential areas of the Syrian capital and the territory of the Russian Embassy. When it came to shelling by militants, in the Western media they preferred not to view the situation as an informational occasion. As soon as the Syrian government army gave the militants an answer, the hysterics began.


So, the British edition Guardian publishes material, illustrated photo of the Dzhebhat an-Nusra affiliated with terrorists (* banned in the Russian Federation) of the White Helmets pseudo-legal protection structure. The material has a loud name "Eastern Guta - this is a new Srebrenica today."

From the British media:
This is not a war. This is a massacre: dozens killed in the Syrian Eastern Ghouta.

Like the Bosnian Muslim enclave in 1995, East Guta on the outskirts of Damascus was besieged by regime forces in the early stages of the war. The years of the siege could not dislodge the rebel groups that control it. Last year under unsuccessful Moscow peace process in Astana, the Russians declared eastern Guta a “de-escalation zone”.

But to no avail. As in Bosnia, no one tried to protect the civilian population when the regime’s offensive there began in December after negotiations failed. The air strikes and bombardments, which now inflict terrible damage, are carried out with impunity by the Syrian forces and their Russian supporters.

The UN asked the pro-Assad coalition, which includes Iranian military leaders, to agree to an immediate humanitarian cease-fire. Her calls were ignored. The requests of representatives of the institutions of mercy also remained unanswered.


Question: where was the British Guardian newspaper when the American-British coalition ironed Raqqah (Syria) and Mosul (Iraq) with carpet bombings? Why not published comparisons, for example, with Dresden-1945? There is a selective approach of the “most honest media in the world” to the situation in Syria. Here we see, we do not notice here ...

British media hysteria: East Guta - Syrian Srebrenica


Moreover, why the Guardian does not ask questions about why the militants have chosen the densely populated suburb of Damascus for their activities, why they have not yet laid down weapon and did not go to a peaceful life? Isn’t it so that the Western media would then trumpet in one voice about the “atrocities of Assad against the civilian population”?
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  1. Anarchist
    Anarchist 21 February 2018 14: 56
    +12
    British scientists! Oh, I'm sorry, the British media ... That those that others are bullshit (for a lot of money), but under the guardianship of Her Majesty the dollar! Ugh, Pound!
    1. Andrey K
      Andrey K 21 February 2018 15: 19
      +8
      Quote: Anarchist
      ... British scientists! Oh, I'm sorry, the British media ... That those that others are bullshit (for a lot of money), but under the guardianship of Her Majesty the dollar! Ugh, Pound! ...

      Vampire tears, on the catch of the geldings - the most important thing is to raise the howl, and where the curve will lead ...
      Damn it ...
  2. voyaka uh
    voyaka uh 21 February 2018 14: 58
    +6
    "why the militants have chosen for their activity the densely populated suburb of Damascus," ///

    Local. They live there ...
    1. Anarchist
      Anarchist 21 February 2018 15: 02
      +21
      Quote: voyaka uh
      They live there ...

      Of course they live there! Their curators do not let go home ...
      1. Andrey K
        Andrey K 21 February 2018 15: 22
        +14
        Quote: Anarchist
        Quote: voyaka uh
        They live there ...

        Of course they live there! Their curators do not let go home ...

        Alexander hi
        A little bit wrong.
        There really are about half of bearded men, those who used to be shaved lived there.
        Maydaunas of the Syrian spill. Therefore, the government army is skidding, it’s hard to pick out this infection.
        Concerning:
        ... The UN has asked the pro-Assad coalition, which includes Iranian military leaders, to agree to an immediate humanitarian ceasefire. Her calls were ignored ...

        It's like a dead poultice - if you do not snatch the infection, it will stink for years. Correctly the Syrians do with the Iranians. We took up the Eastern Guta - it means we have to press, all these screams are sideways. It’s not for the UN and non-British near this “abscess” to live and their families are not in Damascus, with a high degree of probability to be killed, some “hotel” from the “opposition”.
    2. Pivot
      Pivot 21 February 2018 15: 09
      +5
      If compared with Srebnitsa, then in a world free from lies, they know that this is another setup of the West. So the British media themselves called everything by their proper names.
  3. Mar.Tirah
    Mar.Tirah 21 February 2018 15: 01
    +2
    It’s necessary to do business, in a hurry, gradually knocking out militants from the so-called de-escalation zones. All these zones were created by the State Department’s strategists with one goal, to save the militants from air strikes of the air forces and the SAA, to organize their accumulation, and to continue the bloodshed in Syria.
    1. sogdy
      sogdy 21 February 2018 15: 45
      +1
      Quote: Mar. Tira
      Slowly, gradually knocking out fighters

      Which of them is an action movie, and who is sympathetic? and fellow travelers in a separate stack?
      Time was given, only enemies remained.
  4. cats
    cats 21 February 2018 15: 08
    +4
    That would be such a statement about Ukraine ...
  5. Rokiii
    Rokiii 21 February 2018 15: 09
    0
    Question: where was the British newspaper Guardian, when the US-British coalition ironed carpet bombing Rakku (Syria) and Mosul (Iraq)?

    now what do you have to look up to the Anglo-Saxons, following the principle of Tipo you can bomb everything and everything, but we can not? Then what is Russia better than them?

    Not only that, why does the Guardian not ask questions about why the militants have chosen the densely populated suburb of Damascus for their activity, why they still haven't laid down their arms and switched to peaceful life?

    probably then that it is their land, there their houses, families ... well, in the city it is better to defend than in the open desert)

    lay down their arms and go on to peaceful life, when a civil war is raging in the country, and Assad and his Alawite clan are still running the country, when the purpose of the uprising was to overthrow the long-term dictate of the Asad clan .. the goals are not achieved, the struggle continues, everything is logical as if .

    p / s by the way East Guta seemed to be one of the de-escalation zones, but it’s such little things ..
    1. sogdy
      sogdy 21 February 2018 15: 47
      0
      Quote: Rokiii
      lay down arms and go on to peaceful life, when a civil war is raging in the country, and Assad and his Alavite clan are still running the country, when the purpose of the uprising was to overthrow the long-term dictate of the Asad clan .. the goals are not achieved, the struggle continues, everything is logical as if .

      It seems that you are distorting in the wrong place.
    2. poquello
      poquello 21 February 2018 21: 34
      +1
      Quote: Rokiii
      probably then that it is their land, there their houses, families

      and mortar bullets in Damascus is their folk fun?
  6. Rokiii
    Rokiii 21 February 2018 15: 14
    0
    By the way, I found on the network at Muridka, the first (expected) results of the work of aviation and art on dense urban housing in Eastern Ghouta:



    or is it photoshop, fake? can anyone comment?
    1. Volodin
      Volodin 21 February 2018 15: 21
      +7
      Quote: Rokiii
      Can anyone comment?

      Need to comment on the word "war"?

      And if you decide to put a photo of Eastern Guta, do not bother to put up similar photos from 2011-2012 of the year, when the same suburb of Damascus fired from all the available guns "al-Nusra" (well, the one that now "under a white helmet" wears on hands and photographs of children). Photos from Rakka too surely expose.
      1. Rokiii
        Rokiii 21 February 2018 15: 47
        +1
        I want to understand whether it’s "you are lying all" or the harsh reality that the Moscow Region and local "analysts" flatly refuse to recognize .. as if they could beat only civilians as they like to often argue here ..

        and what were the instruments of annusra? and most importantly, if they did, should the “government" troops do the same? but let me ... you’re kind of like terrorists, and Assad seems to be like a legitimate chosen one of the people ... or is it just for show?

        in general, mortar shelling of militants is just babble compared to their counterpart: 1.5 tons of uncontrollable cast iron with 5 km height, dots, precast guns, barrel bombs dropped from helicopters .. all these weapons have a quo of tens, hundreds of meters. The use of such funds for urban residential development (which Assad and his allies are now engaged in) is fraught with huge losses among the peacekeeper, of whom there are still several hundred thousand.
        As I understand it, Assad thus gains the loyalty and "love" of the Syrian people ...
        1. Volodin
          Volodin 21 February 2018 16: 05
          +6
          Quote: Rokiii
          I understand

          You can understand as you wish. There is a war. WAR. And this war like you suddenly began to notice only after the Syrian army began to gain the upper hand in it. Here such turns out "luminium with cast iron".
    2. PalBor
      PalBor 21 February 2018 17: 13
      +2
      Quote: Rokiii
      By the way, I found on the network at Muridka, the first (expected) results of the work of aviation and art on dense urban housing in Eastern Ghouta:



      or is it photoshop, fake? can anyone comment?

      Does Muridka have hatred for Russia, implicated in dollars.
      And as for the photographs, it is necessary to wait. How many of these kids have already "died", for example, in Aleppo ... And then they "came to life" somewhere in London. Tell me who you shot, the source, and everything will become clear to you.
      If you want clarity, of course.
      1. lekalpan
        lekalpan 22 February 2018 09: 42
        0
        Of course, a fake! These are pictures from Donetsk and Lugansk! Or maybe even from Belgrade. But it’s not visible by their faces! Typical Slavic faces. It’s clear to a stupid person.
    3. fork posix
      fork posix 22 February 2018 08: 20
      +1
      Quote: Rokiii
      or is it photoshop, fake? can anyone comment?

      Most likely a fake. White helmets have been caught many times on fakes and frauds, and it is absolutely certain that they are closely connected with the former Al-Nusra, together with them using poison gases to blame Assad’s “regime” on this.
    4. lekalpan
      lekalpan 22 February 2018 09: 44
      0
      Of course, a fake! These are pictures from Donetsk and Lugansk! Or maybe even from Belgrade. But it’s not visible by their faces! Typical Slavic faces. It’s clear to a stupid person.
      1. Cheldon
        Cheldon 22 February 2018 10: 14
        +1
        Quote: lekalpan
        Of course, a fake! These are pictures from Donetsk and Lugansk! Or maybe even from Belgrade. But it’s not visible by their faces! Typical Slavic faces. It’s clear to a stupid person.

        And what, vagrant? This is Mosul or Raqqa, although noooo, the Yankees bombed it more abruptly, and this can happen after some shahid. So you shot milk, you gagul!
    5. lekalpan
      lekalpan 22 February 2018 10: 06
      0
      https://www.islahhaber.net/dogu-guta-da-48-saatte
      -250-olu - 1200-yarali-213848.html over the past 48 hours, 250 killed 1200 wounded. Of the killed 50, children. The site is in Turkish but can be translated through an interpreter.
      1. PalBor
        PalBor 22 February 2018 10: 52
        0
        Quote: lekalpan
        https://www.islahhaber.net/dogu-guta-da-48-saatte
        -250-olu - 1200-yarali-213848.html over the past 48 hours, 250 killed 1200 wounded. Of the killed 50, children. The site is in Turkish but can be translated through an interpreter.

        Yeah, they’re already promoting the tragedy of a certain boy, Nayyem (did he run away from Maidan?), Brutally bombarded by either Asadists or Putinists.
        It was very successful before the UN Security Council meeting, the source was "White Helmets", the girl Banu Aleppa was shaken of dust ... It would be funny if it weren’t so sad.
        Well, nothing. Su-57 you in the liver.
    6. flicker
      flicker 23 February 2018 22: 17
      +1
      or is it photoshop, fake? can anyone comment?
      This is Racca after the bombing of a coalition led by the United States.
  7. Dormidont
    Dormidont 21 February 2018 15: 22
    0
    It was necessary immediately not to take white helmets captive
  8. Kent0001
    Kent0001 21 February 2018 15: 49
    0
    It’s high time to clean everything up there ... or are we not allowed or aren’t allowed? Terrorists on the outskirts of Damascus, what victory? What are you talking about? There are many more where you need to clean.
    Yes, and a little off topic. Today, in one of the groups on the network, I wrote that our state is investing in US debt, has been obstructed and expelled. I'm ofigel. Our people are simply confident in the infallibility and lack of alternatives to the existing reality and our leaders today. No comments, I'm not talking about constructive criticism, are simply not perceived. such garbage.
  9. Romario_Argo
    Romario_Argo 21 February 2018 16: 27
    0
    soon, very soon - everything will shut up (!) as one Jew wrote, “you will be an outcast just until you use your nuclear weapons
  10. taiga2018
    taiga2018 21 February 2018 16: 30
    +2
    “white helmets?” again! some kind of mysterious organization, and the most interesting thing is that this funny organization appears only where military operations are conducted by the government army, completely ignoring the military operations with the participation of the so-called pro-Western coalition ... what is this essentially the suburb of Damascus had to be cleaned up, it was clear from the beginning, it would have to be done harshly, not paying attention to the hysteria of the British media as well, civilians who wanted to leave this territory should have done it, and the rest, well, you know from history, god then he will figure out which of them was an action movie and who is a civilian ...
  11. Vard
    Vard 21 February 2018 20: 33
    +1
    Unfortunately, people hawala ... There was such an expression ... A simple layman believes that he is being pulled in by the Western media .... VUS is a chemist intelligence agent and what white helmets do is simply disgusting ...
  12. Metallurg_2
    Metallurg_2 21 February 2018 20: 36
    +1
    Are white helmets - just like the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights - based in London?
    Then there are no questions - from the roof of Big Ben everybody knows better what is happening in Syria.
    1. lekalpan
      lekalpan 22 February 2018 09: 40
      0
      Why Moscow will not create the same white helmets? And the observatory at the same time. Why there is not a single Russian journalist in the territories controlled by anti-Asadists.
  13. LeonidL
    LeonidL 22 February 2018 05: 08
    0
    White helmets are hysterical screams and dances of the British, all as always. Idlib needs to end and the faster the better.
  14. lekalpan
    lekalpan 22 February 2018 09: 37
    +1
    An interesting logic is obtained. If the Western forces in Mosul and Raqqa bombed and destroyed the civilian population, then the worse we have to look up to them and do the same. For this, then we need special forces that must clean up the territory without damage to the civilian population. together with the population, the case is over. Anyway, the terrorist took a plane hostage with passengers and destroy the plane with all its contents.
    1. Cheldon
      Cheldon 22 February 2018 10: 16
      0
      quote = lekalpan] An interesting logic is obtained. If the Western forces in Mosul and Raqqa bombed and destroyed civilians, then the worse we need to look up to them and do the same. For this, then we need special forces that must clean up the territory without damage to civilians. But no by the sun, to burn everything around together with the population, it’s the end of the matter. It’s the same as a terrorist took a plane hostage with passengers and destroy the plane with all its contents. [/ quote]
      You think more about Karabakh, And in Syria they will figure it out without you [
  15. Ivanov IV
    Ivanov IV 23 February 2018 14: 09
    0
    Eastern Guta must be cleaned clean.
    Visual plot for dill and Anglo-Saxons !!!!
  16. raccoon2405
    raccoon2405 26 February 2018 14: 28
    0
    Western crocodile tears somehow fed up. They lie at every turn and themselves arrange chemical attacks
  17. Ruslan Lebedev
    Ruslan Lebedev 26 February 2018 14: 56
    0
    The bandits from Guta must be knocked out by all available means, no "agreements" with these filthy cutthroats !!
  18. 1536
    1536 April 12 2018 19: 05
    0
    Wake Ulster! Britam will not be up to Syria!