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Putin Dumped Toxic Gas on Children, Then Bombed Hospital, According to Award-Winning Actors

bottom of the barrel propaganda

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"Moderate" rebels and award-winning actor group "the White Helmets" claim that "Syrian government or Russian jets" attacked a town in rebel-held Idlib in Syria Tuesday morning. 

That's not all though:

<figcaption>Our old friends, the "White Helmets"</figcaption>
Our old friends, the "White Helmets"

At least 58 people, including nine children, were killed in an air raid that released "toxic gas" on the rebel-held Syrian town of Khan Sheikhoun on Tuesday, a monitor said.


The AFP news agency later reported, citing one of its journalists on the scene, that a rocket had slammed into a hospital where the victims were being treated, bringing rubble down on top of medics as they struggled to deal with victims. 

So the Russians or Syrians (maybe both, in the spirit of cooperation?) dumped toxic gas on civilians, then bombed the hospital where they were being treated. 

Laying it on a bit thick this time, aren't we?

Look at where this alleged attack took place:


Syrian kids love hanging out in weird mountain bases.


As RT reports:

Despite claims from the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights and other pro-opposition groups, a Syrian military source told Reuters that Damascus had not used chemical weapons, and dismissed the accusations as rebel propaganda.

The army "has not and does not use them, not in the past and not in the future, because it does not have them in the first place," the source said.

So ... it was Russia?

The White Helmets really did deserve that Oscar. 

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