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 Taylor Report 
 From "barrel bombs" to partisan "human rights groups," we are told Syria has no right to self defense
 Prof. Tim Anderson
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A so-called "barrel bomb" dropped from a helicopter is more accurate and precise than most munitions fired on a battlefield, but that's not really what this is about.

The use of this propaganda, like the chemical weapons story a few years ago, is "about finding some horror story that people don't understand, and repeating it endlessly," explains Prof. Tim Anderson, a Syria solidarity activist.

"It's an attempt to denigrate the Syrian military and say that they have no right to defend Syria."

Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch continue to present themselves as reliable sources, but Anderson explains this misunderstanding.

"Amnesty International U.S.A. is dominated by the state department," and a leader worked for Hillary Clinton.
The Dirty War on Syria: Barrel Bombs, Partisan Sources and War Propaganda

By Prof. Tim Anderson
Global Research, October 07, 2015

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00:33:04 English 2015-10-12
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