November 28, 2016

Fake News Of The Day #3

Aleppo family says goodbye on Twitter

London (CNN) A seven-year-old Syrian girl, who has captured international attention tweeting about daily life in rebel-held eastern Aleppo, shared a message late Sunday night that her house had been bombed. "Tonight we have no house, it's bombed and I got in rubble. I saw deaths and I almost died," Bana Alabed


Steve said...

Easy thing to solve really ' stop fucking bombing them' .. but there again the story is BS.

Nona said...

The kid look pretty healthy to me. Clean, well fed, clean clothes, long clean hair, well brushed. Where'd she get the water for that?

AND she's able to twitter? WHAT?! She's got a computer? ANd electricity> From where? Millions of people, even in the U.S. are too poor to afford it. The girl's got all this? Heheheheheh!

It's all fake, alright!

Scorpio said...

^^^ ....and don't forget she has internut access as well. - lol

Unknown said...

Don't forget the "incubator-babies-on-the-floor" girl before the war in Kuwait. That scam not only caused the deaths of untold Iraqi's and many dead and injured americans, but, the lasting effect is that we americans, who otherwise carry a bleeding heart, are IMMUNE to having little girls go public with sad stories - we don't believe a damn thing they say after that Kuwaiti ambassador's daughter told that monstrous lie that caused so much death and destruction. LIES breed more lies and sinister ears on which future lies (and TRUTHS, perchance) will fall.

Somehow, all nations must come together in an effort to effect harsh, unforgiving, and lasting, punishment on those who dream up, and promulgate, lies that wind up causing so much devastation. It should be in the category of an international war crime of the highest order.