Despite all the damaging information on the White Helmets (the impostor Syria Civil Defense) that has been revealed thanks to the tireless research led by investigative reporter Vanessa Beeley, Western governments and the mainstream media continue to hail the White Helmets as brave heroes.
John Kerry met with the propaganda group and tweeted it about it:
Netflix and BBC’s Panorama featured them in documentaries.
UK Foreign Minister Boris Johnson praised them and announced a grant of GBP 32 Million to them.
The French Parliament honored them.
I will not go into the details of the information that has been revealed about the group but here is a collection of links that will take you to the main articles that have been written:
A couple of weeks ago the UK’s Channel 4 posted a video report on the rebel faction known as Noureddin al-Zinki. Not only whitewashing the terrorist group, some of whose members beheaded a 12 year old Palestinian child a few months ago, but also, upon watching it carefully, we noticed one shot where a member of the White Helmets is clearly embedded in their midst. Twenty four hours after they posted it, they deleted it from youtube. Brad Hoff tried to get a comment from them but they did not respond.
Very recently, a Syrian by the name of Jaber al-Bakr, who was suspected of planning a bombing in Berlin was arrested thanks to information from members the Syrian refugee community. Before he could be interrogated, he managed to commit suicide. According to his brother, he had at one point he joined the White Helmets while he was in Syria.
Earlier this year, the White Helmets were nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize but to the disappointment of many in the West they failed to win. However, on September 22 2016, they won an award from the Stockholm based Right Livelihood Award Foundation ( known as the alternative Nobel Prize) and received a cash prize of $88,000. After the Berlin Bomber incident, a friend of mine suggested that I contact the RLAF and try to get a comment from them about it. I emailed them and included a link to the Reuters article, and to my surprise, they replied. They said: “the quote in the article is hearsay, and is not backed up by the information we have received from Syria Civil Defence. We stand by our Jury’s decision to recognise Syria Civil Defence with the 2016 Right Livelihood Award.”
Here are scans of both my email and their reply:
So, they are standing by their decision to award the White Helmets based on information they received from the group itself in which it denied that Al-Bakr was ever a member. That is laughable to say the least. Did they actually believe that a group with so much dirt on it, would own up to it?