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February 24, 2018

The White Helmet Singalong

The white Helmet singalong

by Banjo Marla

h/t: Walid

 

Posted by b on February 24, 2018 at 09:27 AM | Permalink

Comments

Excellent!

Posted by: John Zelnicker | Feb 24, 2018 9:58:17 AM | 1

Screw George Clooney too!! Satanic child killer Masonic actor

Posted by: Xulam | Feb 24, 2018 10:10:08 AM | 2

Tops b.

Posted by: Peter AU 1 | Feb 24, 2018 10:14:55 AM | 3

LOL. God bless him. Thumbs up!

Posted by: ConfusedPundit | Feb 24, 2018 10:46:47 AM | 4

Well written and purposefully sung.

I doubt it will go viral but it should.

Thanks for sharing

Posted by: psychohistorian | Feb 24, 2018 10:48:40 AM | 5

Awesome But I suggest it be sung folk style, to the tune of 'Drugstore Truck Driving Man.' That adds some context.

Posted by: Ralph Conner | Feb 24, 2018 10:52:23 AM | 6

hats off and a standing ovation!

Posted by: annie | Feb 24, 2018 10:58:23 AM | 7

Lights, Camera, Action!

CBS News has published a previously unseen 1:16 minute raw video clip of the Khan Sheikhoun chemical weapons hoax performed by the White Helmets.

Rare footage shows chemical attack in Syria

60 Minutes has obtained rare video of the Syrian gas attack on civilians that drew a 59-missile response by the U.S. military last year. The disturbing high definition video, shown publicly for the first time, exposes the horrible effects of these internationally banned weapons that the Syrian Dictator Bashar al-Assad continues to use to massacre his own people. There have been six known gas attacks by the Syrian government since the new year and approximately 200 since 2011. Scott Pelley's story about this sarin nerve gas attack that killed an estimated 100 people and injured 200 in a Syrian town will be broadcast on 60 Minutes this Sunday, Feb. 25 at 7:00 p.m. ET/PT.

I have timed the video to about 7:30 am, based is a small difference in a shadow compared to a previously timed photograph. The video will help set up the timeline of the staged events, as it show the different sub-scenes at the White Helmets cave compound at once.

Posted by: Petri Krohn | Feb 24, 2018 11:16:19 AM | 8

Petri Krohn 8

The cave hospital, or pics thereof are worth looking at.
It is a room or stage prop with paper mache or similar ceiling.
http://shoebat.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/khan-sheikhoun-syria-chemical-attack.jpg

Posted by: Peter AU 1 | Feb 24, 2018 11:28:20 AM | 9

Qué salao!

Love this outsider American characters, the most worth and the most awaken amongst the US population, those who you normally consider "losers" of "sheeple", and you are so angry about their right to participate and get a voice in the internet to tell you the plain truth about everything and even about yourselves, in spite of not having what you call a "good education" or not coming from a famous "elitist lineage"....

What kind of home is that, a mobile home?

Posted by: Fatima Manoubia | Feb 24, 2018 12:03:29 PM | 10

lol.... it's a start... try to get some big pop star making it a tune... i am sure there are some that would be willing... pop music has a way with young folks, letting them explore topics like this more fully...

Posted by: james | Feb 24, 2018 12:26:05 PM | 11

@ Fatima Manoubia who wrote: "What kind of home is that, a mobile home?"

Your trollish question outs you like a blinking neon sign

Posted by: psychohistorian | Feb 24, 2018 12:46:36 PM | 12

wow...how stupid does CBS think we are..."first responders" with no suits or masks or anything...they would be dead next to the "victims" if this was a sarin attack...

absolutely vile propaganda of the worst sort CBS...absolutely shameless

wonder how long my comment will stay up at CBS /wink

regards

OY

Posted by: oldenyoung | Feb 24, 2018 12:57:17 PM | 13

Off topic I know:
This was sent to the Guardian and not published:
Aaaand the guardians explicit control off how aand where your comment is in charge. No commenting of really obvious news, the Guardian has has lost all credibility and turned into something irrelevant. I still writ here althoug I I supsect the the ban come soon.
The guardian is a right wing rag now
I know people in East Goouta who I am in telefhone contact with and they paint a different picture. They are beseiged by jihaadis, they want out.
White helmets are a joke, people kill them when choice happens. They do. Islam scum.
This post will spread.Aaaand the guardians explicit control off how aand where your comment is in charge. No commenting of really obvious news, the Guardian has has lost all credibility and turned into something irrelevant. I still writ here althoug I I supsect the the ban come soon.
The guardian is a right wing rag now
I know people in East Goouta who I am in telefhone contact with and they paint a different picture. They are beseiged by jihaadis, they want out.
White helmets are a joke, people kill them when choice happens. They do. Islam scum.
This post will spread.

Posted by: Den Lille Abe | Feb 24, 2018 12:57:39 PM | 14

sorry for the copy- paste, but was angry

Posted by: Den Lille Abe | Feb 24, 2018 1:00:48 PM | 15

Wow, in the Khan Sheikhoun "cave hospital" above they appear to not only be drinking Busch beer by the case, but also using old motor oil for "blood" in what appear to be antique transfusion bottles. Is that supposed to be blood? Did this prop come from a Dracula museum?

The ceiling looks like it's made from spit balls. Remember that guy on X-Files who was part lizard and hibernated in a spit-ball cave for decades at a time? Maybe that guy is the evil behind all of this.

Posted by: sejomoje | Feb 24, 2018 1:55:29 PM | 16

Oops my bad it appears to say "Rusch"(medical supplies?) not Busch.

Still I bet some Busch was involved.

Posted by: sejomoje | Feb 24, 2018 2:04:35 PM | 17

Canada's social democratic 'opposition', the same that consider the LPR/DPR 'terrorists' and who recently refused to pass a BDS 'anti-Israel' motion at their 2018 Convention, despite overwhelming support for it - LOVE the White Helmets. In Canada we now know that NDP stands for 'No Difference Party'.
NDP Pushes For Syrian 'White Helmets' To Win Nobel Peace Prize
http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/white-helmets-rebel-peace-prize-1.3764121

Posted by: John Gilberts | Feb 24, 2018 2:25:33 PM | 18

@18,

I'm done with the NDP.

Posted by: spudski | Feb 24, 2018 2:44:46 PM | 19

NDP? EX-Quebec Liberal Cabinet Minister Mulcair finished off the job Federally that life-long Liberal Rae began in Ontario... subverting the NDP from the inside. Cdn parties are "Political Opportunists R Us" clusterf**ks.

The Trudeau "Liberals" are pushing the same militarist, corporatist and pipeline agendas as Harper. Ya, Harpo the clown, the most hated politician in Canada since Mulroney.

And now Mulroney's daughter wants to run Ontario... Canada needs to pass a law that only allows one politician per family, EVER!

Posted by: A P | Feb 24, 2018 3:05:14 PM | 20

Peter Friggin' Lavelle -- can he ever stop interrupting his guests??!!

What has prompted this rant is that recently a guest began to propose a tactic that would cause the thirteen Russian corporations and individuals case great problems -- he pointed out that Mueller never expected any of the accused to be arrested, which meant none of the 'evidence' would have to be revealed -- he suggested that since corporations can appear by counsel, that American lawyers be retained to appear for the Russian corporations, enter pleas of Not Guilty and thereby compel the production of the evidence upon which the indictments are based.

After only thirty seconds of beginning to this discuss this very interesting tactic, Lavelle forcefully (and discourteously) interrupted him and moved to a new topic from another guest.

Peter Lavelle CANNOT stop himself from interrupting his guests -- this time he stopped discussion of an important tactic that should be explored.

Posted by: chet380 | Feb 24, 2018 3:15:10 PM | 21

More NDP? Premier Notley has not only sided with the Trudeau Fiberals and HarperCons on pipelines, she has decided to attack academic freedom. Sad the NDP has sunk this far.
https://dissidentvoice.org/2018/02/rachel-notley-sides-with-the-enemies-of-tenure-peer-review-and-academic-freedom-at-albertas-universities/#more-77082

Posted by: A P | Feb 24, 2018 3:35:27 PM | 22

@ chet380 | 21
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I don't see a reference to Lavelle, so I may be unwisely affirming an OT comment that belongs on the next Open Thread.

But, be that as it may, you're quite right about Lavelle. I appreciate "Crosstalk", but Peter is temperamentally unsuited for the very difficult, if not impossible, role of moderator/participant.

Even if we euphemistically or charitably commend Peter's passion, he often gets so worked up that he can't resist holding the conversational ball and making a speech before "passing" it to the next guest. And then he's so intent on what he wants to say next that one often can see him literally waiting for the speaker to take a breath, so that he can pounce on the opportunity and interrupt with another speech.

I assume that by now, Peter and whatever producers or directors work with him are aware of his foibles, but are unwilling or unable to improve upon them.

It's frustrating, because when "Crosstalk" is good, it is very, very good, etc.

Posted by: Ort | Feb 24, 2018 4:44:15 PM | 23

chet #21

I too noticed that Lavalle interrupted the speaker but the point was made. A lawyer for a corporation can represent that entity in US courts without requiring the presence of corporate owners. However, the indictments mentioned individuals if my reading is correct. This is a topic some corporate lawyer will have to clarify. For example, can the CEO of say Exxon be indicted for crimes committed by the corporation without indicting the corporation. Who knows. Maybe Lavelle' guest could have clarified that point.

Posted by: ToivoS | Feb 24, 2018 6:13:13 PM | 24

In response to John Gilberts (18) I will continue to support the provincial NDP but will abandon the federal party. The support of a Nobel Prize for propaganda front men for terrorist thugs paid for by the yanks and their acolytes is a bridge too far and is treason to civilization.
I suspect that Singh (I may have misremembered his name) the Sikh outsider with a politically correct orange Turban whom the power structure managed to anoint as party leader is a mere front man for an establishment which has crawled too far up the yankee posterior. This policy of supporting Islamist destabilizers is inimical to civilization and also puts our survival at risk.

I am also aware that the party's foreign policy advisor was at one time working for Harper. I also think the party is voting for its own oblivion by this tactic. What is the purpose of one more liberal politically correct war party, and, cynically and frankly, it doesn't appear that they really want to win anyway when they choose somebody who looks odd and does nothing to distinguish himself from the power structure. I'll support the Green Party in the next federal election unless I find out they are following a similar line in which case I won't bother even voting.

Posted by: exiled off mainstreet | Feb 24, 2018 6:14:06 PM | 25

@25

"I'll support the Green Party in the next federal election unless I find out they are following a similar line in which case I won't bother even voting."

The Green Party has bamboozled people into thinking that they are left wing when in reality they are just conservatives who recycle. Just look at their leaders: Elizabeth May worked for the Mulroney government in the 1980s and now leads the federal Greens; and BC Green leader Andrew Weaver tried to run for the BC Liberals (actually a right wing party) before jumping ship to the Greens to win in one of the richest electoral ridings in British Columbia.

I agree with some of the previous comments about the irrelevance of the NDP. They are just orange Liberals and Canada has no left wing party that stands a chance of winning a seat, much less running the country.

Posted by: Lavrenty | Feb 24, 2018 6:47:45 PM | 26

@18 john gilberts... only problem john is the cbc link is 2 years old... i wrote the ndp bozos at the time...

Posted by: james | Feb 24, 2018 8:59:18 PM | 27

The White Helmets have been ideologically supported by the compliant corporate owned media such as Faux News and NGOS such as Travesty International to spread the White Helmet white lies.

Posted by: Madmen | Feb 24, 2018 9:03:05 PM | 28

Posted by: psychohistorian | 12

Good catch psycho. I read that Fatima comment and was totally confused. You are right, that is a good old fashioned attack on "trailer trash" Hillary's insult against the deplorables and when Bill Clinton attacked his critics from Arkansas as "trailer trash". That is, attack those people who do not have sufficient assets to be considered proper members of the broader discussion. b is to commended for bringing this very low tech piece to our attention.

Posted by: ToivoS | Feb 24, 2018 9:13:16 PM | 29

To all the disenchanted NDPers... It is over, Tommy Douglas would put the NDP (federally and provincially) as a calico cats, which the Mice should avoid as assiduously as black or white cats.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GqgOvzUeiAA

Time for Canadian Mice to roar. The NDP is no longer a party of the Mice.

Notice the Trudeau brain trust dropped electoral reform as soon as they figured out they couldn't rig the system any better than more FPTP.

Posted by: A P | Feb 24, 2018 9:27:35 PM | 30

Lavrenty 26

In Australia an ex- leader of the Greens said ' positive thinking leads to business success ' .

Posted by: ashley albanese | Feb 25, 2018 5:10:18 AM | 31

"The ceiling looks like it's made from spit balls." sejomoje @16

The takfiris like digging into relatively soft sandstone rock when making their bunkers, so it is probably just crude rendering to stop soft rock fragments and dust falling down. They are not renowned for their artistic, aesthetic or technical skills.

Posted by: Anonymous | Feb 25, 2018 8:30:26 AM | 32

@ psychohistorian | 12

Regarding the Fatima B. comment, hating regular people that live far from the castle on the hill
(shining! beacon! Camelot) is quite common.
Makes me wonder how George Clooney or Angelina Jolie would react if they ever were to hear this song.

I noticed that whenever Shakespeare gets regurgitated on the BBC, they never fail to mention
how spectators tended to be boisterous/rowdy/drunk/unruly.
Perhaps they were not such fools as to suffer the propaganda gladly?


Posted by: Mishko | Feb 25, 2018 4:12:14 PM | 33

Even if we euphemistically or charitably commend Peter's passion, he often gets so worked up that he can't resist holding the conversational ball and making a speech before "passing" it to the next guest. And then he's so intent on what he wants to say next that one often can see him literally waiting for the speaker to take a breath, so that he can pounce on the opportunity and interrupt with another speech.

Posted by: تابلو استیل | Mar 14, 2018 3:52:54 PM | 34

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