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Thursday, August 24, 2006

Fastest rusting metal and healing skin

YET ANOTHER photo journalism hoax has been exposed. blog shows how the much tauted Red Cross ambulance that was supposedly bombed by Israel is a premeditated fraud assisted by the mainstream media. The expose opens up with:
On the night of July 23, 2006, an Israeli aircraft intentionally fired missiles at and struck two Lebanese Red Cross ambulances performing rescue operations, causing huge explosions that injured everyone inside the vehicles. Or so says the global media, including Time magazine, the BBC, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times and thousands of other outlets around the world. If true, the incident would have been an egregious and indefensible violation of the Geneva Convention, and would constitute a war crime committed by the state of Israel.

But there's one problem: It never happened.
The accomplices in this fraud from July 23 - 30th are:

The Lebenese Red Cross Associated Press Britain's ITV news Time Magazine The Guardian The Austin American Statesman The Boston Globe Spero News The Age MSNBC The New York Times

As Zombie says:
By the beginning of August, the story had spread to the rest of the world's media outlets, and became accepted as an unquestioned fact about the war: Israel is targeting ambulances.
The problem (for the terrorist hoaxters) is that they have been so lulled to sleep by a media that fully cooperates with their fraudulent propaganda that they got careless:
Although at first the Red Cross workers kept reporters away from the vehicles, a "local cameraman" did take pictures of the damage starting just hours after the attack; and after a few days, at least one of the ambulances was towed and parked in front of the Red Cross offices in Tyre, where anyone could photograph it. As a result, there are plenty of images to choose from.
The series of photos and analysis really needs to be viewed at, but basically what the pictures show are that the supposed "perfect" circle in the middle from a missle is actually a circle on all these types of ambulances. There is a red dome on the top of every ambulance and this hole is right where the dome would be if it had not been removed. You can
even see the screw holes. Then add months of rust to the surrounding metal that supposedly materialized in a couple of days??

There are also photos of the interior compared to other photos of vehicles that actually were known to be hit by missles. It is very obvious that this interior damage is quite mild in comparison. Then there is the driver of the ambulance. There were photos of the man with bandages on his face in a hospital bed. Yet about 1 week later the same man is photographed and there is not the slightest mark on his face. Not even a scar. So we have the fastest rusting metal and the healing skin here or this was an obvious fraud.

The media is either completely aware of and assiting the fraud, or as stated in a previous analogy are like "pig farmers" unaware of the stench of fraud because they are so entrenched in an agenda. While the blogosphere has been all over the fauxtography scandals, I have seen nothing in the mainstream media. They are simply ignoring it. The arrogance that they feel they owe no explanation is astounding. When will it end?


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