Following the release of the images of the massacre of Ghouta, distributed by the Free Syrian Army and taken over by French and Americans intel services, Alawites Latakia families have filed a complaint for murder.
Some of the videos were produced and posted on YouTube before the event they describe.
A controversy arose about the doubts of Russian diplomacy on the date of the videos showing the massacre committed in Damascus on August 21, 2013. As indicated, videos posted on the account Majles Rif, were dated August 20.
In a “clarification”, the author has said he posted the video to 5:00 Universal Time, or 7:00 am Damascus time. Knowing that there is a shift of 9 hours with California, the YouTube date/time counter showed it logically still on August 20.
However, the shadows of the fourth video, shot outside, show a sun at its near zenith. They may not have been shot in the morning, which means that these videos were made before the massacre they represent.
This is not the only issue raised by these videos: the lack of protection of health care staff, the symptoms of patients who bear no symptoms to those of sarin gas, etc…
You can see children choke from chemical poisoning which can’t possibly be sarin gas (gas that causes yellow foam and not white).
Children do not correspond to a sample population: they have almost all the same age and have light hair. They are not accompanied by their families in mourning.
They are in fact children kidnapped by jihadists, two weeks ago in Alawites villages around Latakia, 200 kms from Ghouta.
Contrary to the assertions of the Free Syrian Army and the Western intel services, the only identified victims of the massacre in Ghouta are from families supporting the Syrian government. People posing as medical staff and denouncing the “crimes of Bashar al-Assad” are actually their killers.
Identification of the dead children in Ghouta (follow link to article)http://www.voltairenet.org/article180130.html
Western rationality by Thierry Meyssan (follow link to article)http://www.voltairenet.org/article180149.html
Syrian rebels accused of sectarian murders (follow link to article)http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/syria/10236362/Syrian-rebels-accused-of-sectarian-murders.html