Since the end of July, the Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) medical humanitarian organization, various Western-backed non-governmental organizations and self-styled analysts and mainstream media outlets have been reporting about some ‘last hospital in Aleppo,’ which had allegedly been bombed and destroyed by the Russian Aerospace Forces (or the so-called “regime’s air force”).
An interesting fact is that these reports appeared regularly for several months and still continues to appear.
What does this mean?
We have only two variants: either hospitals in Aleppo ‘are growing like mushrooms after rain,’ and every week Russian fighter jets bomb a newly-made hospital in the city, killing dozens of injured people, or all such reports are just another example of the war propaganda, aimed to set a foothold for unlawfull actions of the US-led anti-Assad coalition against the Syrian government.
Though, the first variant could have been quite possible, we tend to stick to the latter point of view.
— ECHO Refugee Library (@refugeelibrary) August 3, 2016
— SkittleTime (@SyriaTime) July 31, 2016
— Phillip (@ktul_adsb) July 31, 2016
The US and its allies are not able even to invent something new to accuse Moscow and Damascus and justify its pressure on them, instead of fighting against terrorism. So, the coalition is forced to use the old ‘scenario’, which already starts to seem suspicious due to its too frequent use.