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Anti-Syrian Blame Game

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Daraya residents dispute official lies. Testimonies point fingers the right way. Western recruited death squads massacred pro-Assad loyalists. 

The pattern repeats from one incident to another. Evidence is suppressed every time. What's later revealed isn't reported. Truth takes a back seat to propaganda. Assad knows the dirty game and explains it. More on that below.

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Pretexts are mounting for US-led NATO intervention. Inflammatory headlines support what responsible journalists condemn. Imagine slaughter levels if conflict becomes full blown and rages for months like in Libya.

Responsible parties, including media scoundrels, never apologize or look back. They're on focus planning and/or supporting more war. One segues to another. Bloodshed, destruction, and unspeakable human suffering define them.

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Many parties share guilt. The so-called UN Human Rights Council (HRC) repeatedly blames Assad wrongfully. It's more imperial tool than honest broker. 

On August 15, its latest propaganda piece headlined "Syrian Government forces and anti-Government groups responsible for war crimes: UN Commission of Inquiry (COI)." 

In September 2011, Paulo Pinheiro was appointed COI chairman. His mandate is pro-Western propaganda. His earlier reports bore testimony to his bias and contempt for justice. His latest one stayed on message. 

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He wrongfully blames Assad for insurgent crimes. Credibility isn't his long suit. Pro-imperial reliability defines him well. 

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