Aleppo is freed from Western-backed and Western-armed barbaric terrorists, called by the State-controlled, fantasy, Western media ‘resistance-fighters’. In the real world, millions of terrorized people are at last relieved. However in Iraq, Mosul, once called Nineveh, is also under occupation by the same barbaric Sunni terrorists and is suffering. These terrorists were founded by the USA as successors to the CIA-founded Al-Qaida, when it illegally invaded Iraq in 2003 and disbanded the largely Sunni Iraqi Army and State. In Mosul thousands of civilians are starving and perishing, as US-trained and armed Iraqi forces advance and slaughter, painfully slowly, house by house, towards the city centre. Of course, the Western media generally do not report this, just as they have generally not reported the Saudi massacre of 10,000 Yemenis under a rain of British bombs and aircraft, which have brought £2 billion to the British government over the last year.
Why such silent hypocrisy? Because Iraq is a US vassal State and Saudi Arabia is a British vassal State. So they are ‘allies’, regardless of the fact that the Saudis have beheaded more people than IS. Therefore, Western journalists are hardly likely to be allowed by their governments through ‘editorial policy’ to report otherwise. Indeed, they are paid to accuse Syrian and Russian governments of the crimes that they themselves committed when they first created the civil wars in Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria. So too bureaucrats of the US-funded United Nations and US-appointed political hacks throughout the Western world. Now that the democratically-elected Syrian government (called a ‘regime’ by undemocratic, non-elected and unelectable Western politicians and their mouthpiece journalists) has taken Aleppo, it may begin to think of a long-term settlement for the country, founded by British and French colonialism after the First World War.
However, with the disastrous failure, bankruptcy and collapse of the New World Order neocon ideology of globalism that has run the Western world for the last 25 years, what goes on in the Middle East is only part of the picture. Western State terrorism, fed by the 40% share of the world’s ‘defence’ industry that belongs to the bankrupt USA (compare to the 4% of the Russian Federation), may be coming to an end. A new generation is coming to the power, much to the slandering resentment of the bad losers of the anti-Christian, gerontocrat ideology of the ‘West is best’ past. As the Western media peddles their lies about the long-awaited liberation of Aleppo from Western-funded terrorism, a wind is blowing. It is the wind of freedom as the peoples of the Western world rise up against three generations of anti-Christian and anti-Church secularist tyranny, of which the last has been but the worst. This wind of freedom will bring challenges, but also opportunities.