originally posted by: DelMarvel
So you have a video from a source like RT with the headline "all the news is fake."
There are a lot of biased media sources (especially RT) a lot of biased reporting and I have no problem believing some stories are complete
However, there are some real journalists with ethical standards and not everything in the news is "fake."
You're missing the point about RT. Sure, they may have a bias, but apart from the blogosphere, there isn't much chance of hearing this reporter's
story, or indeed the BBC Syria fakery from anywhere else mainstream...the gogglebox in the corner, has become a total waste of time, when it comes to
war, unrest and politics.
About the Syria BBC report, the BBC have already admitted for instance changing the spoken text between, 'chemical weapons' and, 'Napalm' with a
voiceover, even adding that, "usually" they would have an, "away" camera shot for text changes in a voiceover, but since the lady doctor was wearing a
mask, there was no need to??
In any case, there was far more to that Syria video that even RT did not even cover. The lady doctor made a reappearance on a Panorama special about
the same incident, using only her first name, (which was later sussed out) the special edition was given as a return to Syria a month later which
included the original scene....which turns out not to be the original scene, but was a retake, made at the same time as the original, but was
superficially the same, but not exactly the same, (remember this is supposed to be a rolling event as the BBC team were there, and people with burning
wounds pouring in, and they do time for a retake?) which is supposedly from an attack that hit a school while Syrian schools were on holiday at the
The differences were spotted by those on the ball, that included UK MP's who ultimately had to vote on a motion about Syria's government using WMD's,
other reporters, and ordinary people with their eyes wide open. The BBC has still not resolved many of the problems with either the initial report, or
the Panorama special based on that report.
So, Ian Pannel's part, (he is the BBC reporter) he doesn't seem to mind all the burning bodies coming in so much as to do a retake, nor does the lady
doctor it seems...(episodes of 'Casualty' comes to mind), instead of getting to feck out of the way, while he does say later that he can't verify the
pictures of the casualties he shows..probably an attempt at disclaiming since the 'zombie children' pictures are so fake, however, he's already in on