BBC accused women net red propaganda chemical weapons attack is a forgery response

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 BBC accused women net red propaganda chemical weapons attack is a forgery response


At the government level, British Prime Minister Teresa May called himself believing to be an attack by the Assad administration, while the Russian government opened a video, pointing directly to the so-called white helmet, the so-called Syrian chemical weapons attack, produced by the white helmet organization. On the Internet, the media of both sides are naturally different. Today, the British state media BBC points to two Syria issues, accusing them of being closely followed by Russian media and Russian officials, making every effort to publicize the chemical weapons attack on the Internet. BBC: there are no chemical weapons attacks? The theory of network red propagating conspiracy The Broadcasting British Corporation (BBC) 19, entitled the Syria Civil War: the net red of conspiracy theory on the Internet, said that the investigation of the Syria chemical weapons attack was being carried out, but on the Internet there was a group of influential activists who focused on spreading another version of the event. The Syrian government and Russia said the attack was forged, but both United States and British law insisted that chlorine and even other nerve gases were used in the attack, BBC wrote, what has happened in the town of Duma in Syria cant be settled at the moment. BBC said, however, a group of active activists on the Internet claimed to be aware of the situation on that day. They followed the rhetoric of Russian officials and official media, claiming that the attack was a forgery, and the initiates were terrorists or spies who gave the responsibility to the president of the Syrian Assad administration and provided an excuse for Western military intervention in Syria. This group of online activists, they or activists, or self - called independent journalists, there are tens of thousands or even hundreds of thousands of twitter fans in them. BBC also said it was more accurate to say that their stance was anti Western intervention or supporting Syria government forces. Then, BBC takes two as an example. Vanessa Billy (VanessaBeeley), a twitter fan of more than 30 thousand, often writes for the conspiracy theory website with the right bias , and often gives lectures for some marginal organizations, and has even appeared in media such as Russias RT (Russia today). Sarah Abdullah (SarahAbdallah), twitter fans up to 130 thousand, more than 250 fans or mainstream media journalists, BBC said: her fans even ran after some BBC journalists who continued to report the Syria civil war. She often posted comments on the Russian Assad administration on twitter, and also forwarded some attacks. Hit former US President Obama, other US Democrats and Saudi Arabias tweets. Vanessa Billy responded to BBC, saying that BBCs report was flagrantly trying to silence the independent news, and that the report of the attack on the chemical weapons did not exist at all. BBC also borrowed the latest research from Graphika, a network research company, that Sarah Abdullahs account is one of the most influential accounts in Syrias network discussion, playing a huge role in spreading false information on the 2017 chemical attack and attacking white helmet organization rescuers. BBC said, white helmet in the armed opposition control area of the rescue work, is one of the sources of information cited by some international media (including BBC) to report the attack on the chemical weapons. In fact, the Graphika company is closely related to the white helmet. BBC also said that Graphika found several prominent groups in Sarah Abdullahs fans, including supporters of Palestine, supporters of Russia and its allies, white nationalists and alternative Rightists, conservative Trump supporters, European ultra right supporters and conspiracy theorists. In 2017, after the attack of the chemical weapons of Syria in Syria, it was the gang who pushed the topic of #SyriaHoax to the top. And Sarah Abdullah is one of them. These Forwarders all call this attack a forgery. Litigant: BBC defamation After the article was released on the 19 day of BBC, many people chose to forward and express support for Sarah Abdullah. If someone is going to write defamatory articles on those who do not comply with the new conservative main line in Syria, they should have at least the courage to leave their names on them. Sarah Abdullah also wrote on his twitter, thanks to all the people who face BBC and other people on behalf of me, who would think that BBC would stare at a tweet talking about the ordinary girls in Syria, which will only encourage me to continue to challenge the mainstream media. Sarah Abdullah also said: BBC reported the influence of my twitter account, and was just libel, and did not mention any facts and arguments put forward by a dissident activist on the poison gas attack in the Duma Town, which shows how much BBC has failed to report to the whole of Syria. They call us conspiracy theorists because most of the questions we raised were not mentioned by Western journalists, and they refused to investigate. The observer network reported in the evening that the Russian Foreign Ministry had announced that the OPCWs expert investigation group had already moved to the town of Syria, suspected of a chemical weapon attack. The investigators were originally scheduled to arrive in Duma on 18 days, but the United Nations security personnel who were prepared for them were attacked earlier in the Duma, and investigators were forced to delay into the Duma. The State Department has blamed it on Russia, criticizing the Russians to deliberately obstruct investigators from entering the scene, and the investigation has been delayed and the available evidence will be less and less. Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov said in an interview with Russian news agency 19, the Russian side has strong evidence that the director of Britain has attacked the chemical weapons of Duma. Source: observer net responsibility editor: Zhao Yaping _NN9005 The observer network reported in the evening that the Russian Foreign Ministry had announced that the OPCWs expert investigation group had already moved to the town of Syria, suspected of a chemical weapon attack. The investigators were originally scheduled to arrive in Duma on 18 days, but the United Nations security personnel who were prepared for them were attacked earlier in the Duma, and investigators were forced to delay into the Duma. The State Department has blamed it on Russia, criticizing the Russians to deliberately obstruct investigators from entering the scene, and the investigation has been delayed and the available evidence will be less and less. Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov said in an interview with Russian news agency 19, the Russian side has strong evidence that the director of Britain has attacked the chemical weapons of Duma.