posted on Aug, 22 2013 @ 06:41 PM
BBC News are currently bombarding us with News/Propaganda about Syria, the articles on their front page are by their security correspondent Frank
Gardner, if you look through the articles it's clear he's trying to push for intervention with Syria, he wants us to believe that Assad has used
chemical weapons on his own people, despite that fact that it would be suicide for Assad/Syria to do so. Assad is currently winning the war against
the rebels, pushing them further back every day, he has no need to use chemical weapons which will allow NATO to promptly show up on the scene. Is
there a reason that Frank is so keen to push this agenda? Does he have connections with arms dealers and potentially even a financial interest in war
on Syria? Let's take a quick look...
Here's his latest article
And the analysis
There's a big problem here, there's evidence that Frank is very friendly with Arms Dealers i.e. people who will make huge profits from Syrian
intervention, why was he so willing to be a guest speaker at the 'awards dinner for arms dealers'? Birds of a feather flock together perhaps? Even
if he wasn't friendly with them at that stage, he was more than happy to go along and potentially strike up friendships with these people, while then
heading back to BBC News and using his key role as a security journalist to help edge the West into war with Syria. Should this man still be allowed
to write for BBC News especially on such a critical topic? He would be been paid a substantial sum by the arms dealers for his speech.
"The Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) had complained to the BBC about Gardner's role in hosting what it described as an 'arms dealers'
After which the BBC forced him to pull out
BBC star quits 'awards dinner for arms dealers'