The U.S. military uses cheap fake to seek UN aid for Syrian terrorists
All last week, an information campaign aimed at discrediting the Syrian government and the Russian military forces in Syria was unfolding on social networks. The reason for such actions was the refusal of official Damascus and Russia to allow the UN humanitarian escort convoy to the Rukban refugee camp.
And photographs of miserable young refugee children with banners immediately followed. The writings on banners were generally in Arabic but, what is weird, there were banners in English. And it’s highly doubtful that small Arabic children can speak English, or even write.
The banners, in general, said that Russia is allegedly killing refugees and wants their death from starvation and that Russia is guilty for all their troubles and doesn’t let humanitarian aid come to them. At the same time, various experts in the Western media evaluated the decision of both Syrian and Russian governments not to allow the UN aid to Al-Rukban, boiling down to what was written on the banners in the hands of Rukban’s children.
However, a closer look at the pictures of children with the banners raises questions concerning the spontaneity and sincerity of the rally. To begin with, the children are standing with the background, to put it mildly, of well-fed men who obviously don’t look like starving and suffering from lack of food in the Al-Rukban camp.
Looking at them, the only impression that is created, the hunger in the camp could be caused only by the appetites of the men standing behind the children. If anyone is interested in what starving adults and children look like, they can look on the Internet for numerous photographs of prisoners in concentration camps during the Second World War. The men captured in the photo from Rukban DON’T like like them.
The next thing that might attract attention is in the shadows of those who shoot the pictures of the "prisoners of Al-Rukban." The silhouettes on the sand have the shape of the US Army uniform. What a coincidence that the allegedly spontaneous rally has been filmed by the US military. Moreover, judging by the shadows, there were at least a few military men. But on the other hand, their presence can explain the inscriptions in English on the banners.
And finally, the third fact: in the camp, where there is no water, medicine, food, and basic living conditions, there is high-quality colored office paper, laser printers, and computers with the access to Internet. It doesn’t accurate.
Then, it can be at least assumed that not everything is so bad in the refugee camps. Although taking into account that it is the US military that took the pictures of the action, it’s possible that they “assisted” in organizing the event. The only question is, why the U.S. wouldn’t provide real help to the camp residents instead of setting up this circus to seek more UN aid for the controlled insurgents with such cheap tricks.
Yes, this help is especially for the insurgents. The Syrian government and the Russian military command know that UN aid will not reach the refugees, or they will get only a small part of it. The bulk of humanitarian aid will be distributed among the many gangs of US-controlled bandits based around the Rukban camp. This is what Damascus and Moscow cannot tolerate in any way.
In turn, both Syrian and Russian governments have repeatedly come forward with a proposal to release the residents, and close the camp. Moreover, official Damascus is ready to assist all 20,000 refugees in returning to their homes or finding new ones, as well as to assist in their employment. Also this is not including the fact that the Syrian government is ready to provide everything necessary for all those who left Al-Rukban.