2018-04-14 15:02:59 UTC
sound of a missile taking off just like in a video game
Next they echoed short clips of Trump, May and Macron and respectfully
referenced them as presidents and prime minister. When it came to
Assad, the language changed to "regime" etc.. That is not journalism.
It is designed to mislead listeners.
Please note that even though many countries would have been urged to
participate, all but two declined leaving just three to make up the
"international coalition". These three all have powerful Israel lobbies
with notable influence over foreign policy and they all do well by
selling weapons to the Saudis.
The big elephant that the media avoid mentioning is why would Assad gas
his own people as the last of the rebels were leaving Damascus in
defeat? So CBC echoed the message that Assad did the deed on April 7
and had not learned anything from similar events from a year earlier.
Last night, CBC's analysis began with their Derek Stoffel who lives in
Israel followed by Janice Stein, a fellow or something at the Munk
foundation. Peter Munk is a dead Jew and Stein is a live Jewess, so CBC
producers knew were assured of their desired spin. To hear what was not
on CBC you have to check other broadcasters such as Press TV and RT
International ... and that paints a much more interesting picture.