Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Gay bloggers and other fraudulent events in the Middle East "uprisings"

It has been revealed that the lesbian blogger recently detained in Syria is a hoax:
After the story of the Syrian-American lesbian blogger who went missing during President Bashar Assad’s crackdown made headlines worldwide, it turns out the entire account was a hoax.

Over the past few days, several news reports have surfaced indicating that the author of the blog was from Scotland, after the Washington Post has linked the alleged lesbian blogger’s IP address to Edinburgh.

Pretending to be Amina Arraf, who wrote a blog called “A Gay Girl in Damascus” which documented updates about Syria’s uprising, Tom MacMaster confessed Sunday that every post on the blog has been written by him, including the whole account of Amina’s disappearance and her detention by Syrian security forces which has been reported on by various news outlets.

MacMaster, indicating his location as Istanbul, Turkey, posted a last entry on the blog on Sunday apologizing to the readers, emphasizing that the facts in his posts were truly reflective of the situation on the ground in Syria, even though the narrative voice was fictional.

“I do not believe that I have harmed anyone – I feel that I have created an important voice for issues that I feel strongly about,” he wrote.

MacMaster claimed that he was simply trying to convey the events in Syria to a western audience through the fictitious blog.

“I only hope that people pay as much attention to the people of the Middle East and their struggles in thıs year of revolutions,” he wrote.
Think about it: this is supposed to be a gay, female blogger (i.e., someone willing to exercise their free speech rights publicly) that was arrested by the Syrian police, and it’s completely fraudulent. Completely made up. And what message is this propaganda trying to push?

Evil Syrian police cracking down on a lesbian dissident, how terrible! When are we going to invade and bring democracy and freedom to those backwards Syrians?!

It's important to remember the fraudulent story about the street vendor who was supposedly slapped in Tunisia, which we were told helped ignite that uprising.  It never actually happened:
It was the slap that started a revolution. When the Tunisian street trader Mohamed Bouazizi, 26, was slapped in the face by a female municipal inspector last December, he burned himself alive in protest and sparked a wave of anti-government riots that engulfed the Arab world.

True or false? The woman at the centre of the controversy has now denied hitting Bouazizi and claims she was wrongly imprisoned for four months. Fedia Hamdi, 46, who has not spoken publicly about the incident until now, told the Observer that she had been used as a political pawn by the former Tunisian president, Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali. "I feel I was a scapegoat," she said. "I feel there has been a grave injustice and it hurts me to think that no one wanted to listen to my story."

After 111 days of incarceration, Hamdi was freed by a tribunal in her hometown of Sidi Bouzid last Tuesday after defence lawyers demolished the case against her. Hamdi was found innocent of all charges when it emerged in court that only a single person claimed to have seen the slap – a fellow street trader who bore a grudge against her – while four new witnesses testified that there had been no physical confrontation.
What we are seeing with the fraudulent Global War on Terrorism and these manufactured revolutions is an all out attempt to destroy the Islamic world, as it represents the only real threat to the implementation of a global fascist "Jewish Utopia." The formerly Christian Western world has been incrementally taken over by the Zionist fascists at the forefront of this push for global tyranny and war. These attempts to foment uprisings in the Muslim world, in addition to things like this, are partly an attempt to corrupt and erode the cultural and religious values that are still prevalent in the Muslim world, and to manufacture fraudulent "revolutions" using Zionist backed, funded and trained "revolutionaries."

1 comment:

  1. Hey John Friend,...Excellent Post, powerful and relevant, you are essential to the cause!



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