Written by Brandon Turbeville; Originally appeared at TheDailySheeple
Only a short time after the terrorist support group known as the White Helmets, thoroughly exposed and discredited by the alternative media, were nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize, the true nature of the organization is on display yet again. This time, the water crisis in Damascus represents the fake humanitarian organization’s time to shine.
Shortly after the liberation of Aleppo, al-Qaeda fighters in the Barada Valley outside Damascus dumped diesel fuel into the water supply to the city on December 22. Obviously, this made the water supply impossible to consume and, on December 23, the Syrian military launched a campaign to retake the area and to restore the city’s water supply.
According to the Moon of Alabama website, photos were even posted online showing the water treatment plant rigged with explosives but those photos were, according to MOA, removed from the Internet.
Despite hostilities, the Syrian government is ready to send teams to restore water to Damascus, the lack of which only punishes civilians and holds a vast number of people hostage under the possibility of thirst. Terrorists, however, are denying access to the site and, instead, are offering to allow teams access the facilities on the condition that the Syrian military and Hezbollah end their military siege of the city. In effect, the terrorists are holding the people of Damascus hostage for military gain.
That terrorists would hold civilians hostage is not surprising. However, the White Helmets, who typically attempt to stay behind the scenes (although they have been exposed for doing much more than mere behind-the-scenes activity), have openly released a statement of solidarity with al-Qaeda in Barada and Damascus. Tweets released by “civil groups” and “activists” demanding an end to Syrian military operations around Damascus in exchange for drinking water to civilians bears a number of signatures from organizations, one of them being the White Helmets.
Notice the signatures and emblems at the bottom of the statement, where one can see the White Helmets emblem attached to it.
In other words, the White Helmets have signed on to a document produced by terrorists and standing in solidarity with them, holding Syrian civilians as hostages, and, apparently, suggesting that they have control or at least some sway over the situation.
As Moon Of Alabama wrote,
The organizations who make an offer to lift the water blockade of Damascus obviously think they have the power to do so. They then must also be held responsible for keeping the blockade up. They must also have intimate relations with the al-Qaeda fighters who currently occupy the damaged water facilities.
The U.S. and UK government created and paid White Helmets are “impartially”, “neutrally” and “for all Syrians” blocking the water supply to 5 million Syrians in Damascus. U.S. military and CIA officers run the “operations rooms” in Jordan and Turkey that direct the insurgency.
This increases suspicion that the blockade is part of an organized response by the enemies of Syria to the recent liberation of east-Aleppo. As noted yesterday:This shut down is part of a wider, seemingly coordinated strategy to deprive all government held areas of utility supplies. Two days ago the Islamic State shut down a major water intake for Aleppo from the Euphrates. High voltage electricity masts of lines feeding Damascus have been destroyed and repair teams, unlike before, denied access. Gas supplies to parts of Damascus are also cut.
Even after 14 days of water crisis in Damascus the “western” media are not reporting about the al-Qaeda blockade of water for 5 million Syrians. We can be sure that not a word will be written by them about this illegal hostages taking of millions of civilians in Damascus by their favorite propaganda organization White Helmets.
The White Helmets are nothing more than a terrorist support group, a fact known to many within the alternative media for quite some time. However, this recent stunt should remove all doubt as to where the fake humanitarian organization’s loyalties lie. If there was any doubt before, I suggest reading my previous articles on the group as well as Vanessa Beeley’s excellent work on the same topic.