Sabotage der Bürgerrechte

05-01-21 04:33:00,

Wartende Polizisten am Rand der Demonstration in Paris, am 12. Dezember 2020. Bild: Bernard Schmid

Frankreich: Ein Video dokumentiert, wie Polizei und Regierungskommunikation eine Demonstration zerlegen und umdeuten

Frankreich ist ein Labor, wenn es um die Entwicklung der Demokratie geht. Das hört und liest man seit zweieinhalb Jahrhunderten. Aktuell lohnt es sich im politischen Labor Frankreich besonders das Verhältnis zwischen Ordnungskräften und Demonstranten anzuschauen. Es sagt nämlich einiges über das gegenwärtige Selbstverständnis der Staatsmacht in Paris aus und der Rolle, die sie den Bürgern zuschreibt.

Dafür gibt es eine konkrete Zahl und ein Anschauungsbeispiel. Von 142 Personen, die bei der Demonstration in Paris am 12. Dezember (vgl. die Reportage von Bernard Schmid) von der Polizei festgenommen wurden, wurden zwei(!) von der Justiz wegen Gewalt verurteilt; eine, weil sie einen Polizisten tätlich angegriffen hat, und die zweite, weil sie eine Dose (“canette”) in Richtung der Polizei geworfen hat.

Für die Publikation Médiapart wird damit die “lügnerische Kommunikation” des Innenministers Gérald Darmanin deutlich. Der Innenminister, der dem Geist von “Kärcher-Sarkozy” politisch verbunden ist, hatte bereits während der Demonstration die Gewalttätigkeit des Protestes herausgestellt. Er twitterte von “ultra-gewalttätigen Individuen”, wie immer wurde auf den Schwarzen Block verwiesen, wie immer gab es Bilder von Zerstörungen und Feuer.

Wie immer erschienen genau diese Aussagen und Bilder auch in den Nachrichten und Berichten außerhalb Frankreichs, in internationalen Medien und in Deutschland, wo sie die Wahrnehmung der Demonstration einer Mehrheit der Öffentlichkeit prägten.

Was in den Hintergrund gedrängt wird

Wie schon bei den Protesten der Gelbwesten steht die Gewalttätigkeit der Demonstranten im Vordergrund, das politische Motiv tritt in den Hintergrund. Die “Randalierer”, “Krawallmacher”, die aggressiven “Verwilderten” (Darmanin) sind die Akteure, die den Protest in Misskredit bringen sollen.

Wobei dies in diesem Fall nicht ganz gelang. Die Polizeigewalt in Frankreich hatte wegen eindeutiger Belege zuvor auch Skeptiker davon überzeugt, dass tatsächlich etwas faul ist (Frankreich: Sicherheitsstaat Nummer 1). Nicht nur konservative französische Publikationen räumten dies ein, auch hierzulande wurde das problematisiert. So wurde das schon in die Berichterstattung über die Demonstration am 12. Dezember mit einbezogen.

Deren Protest richtete sich gegen Polizeigewalt und das neue Sicherheitsgesetz, das die Verbreitung von Bildern der Polizeigewalt derart einschränken wollte,

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The Media Sabotage of Hydroxychloroquine Use for COVID-19: Doctors Worldwide Protest the Disaster – Global Research

03-07-20 06:23:00,

Introduction

A dangerous, life-threatening sequence of events has unfolded since The Lancet’s fraudulent[i] hydroxychlorquine (HCQ) article appeared May 22, followed by headlines demonizing this ancient anti-malarial drug – aka quinine, aka chloroquine, and known to antiquity as the “sacred bark”.[ii]

The false news that 96,032 hospitalized patients on six continents were at risk for lethal heart rhythms sent shock waves throughout the world. Immediately, many randomized control trials (RCT’s) at the World Health Organization and elsewhere were suspended until the Lancet article was finally retracted two weeks later, June 5.

But the damage was done. The WHO had ordered countries to stop using it, and European Union countries had banned its use (outside clinical trials) for Covid-19 treatment.  Clinical trials themselves, such as the NAID trial announced by the US National Institutes of Health on May 14,[iii] were cancelled.  A hostile press frightened people from re-entering clinical trials that might have cleared it for use.

Worst of all, newly symptomatic people who had formerly benefitted from early outpatient treatment were now progressing to Phase 2 of the disease, during which the dangerous immune system “cytokine” storm[iv] often leads to hospitalization and death.

On May 27, less than a week into this disaster, a top world epidemiology journal, the American Journal of Epidemiology, issued an urgent call from award-winning Yale Professor, Harvey Risch: “Early Outpatient Treatment of Symptomatic, High-Risk Covid-19 Patients that Should be Ramped-Up Immediately as Key to the Pandemic Crisis.”

The abstract reads:

“Hydroxychloroquine+azithromycin has been widely misrepresented in both clinical reports and public media, and outpatient trials results are not expected until September. Early outpatient illness is very different than later hospitalized florid disease and the treatments differ. Evidence about use of hydroxychloroquine alone, or of hydroxychloroquine+azithromycin in inpatients, is irrelevant concerning efficacy of the pair in early high-risk outpatient disease. Five studies, including two controlled clinical trials, have demonstrated significant major outpatient treatment efficacy…These medications need to be widely available and promoted immediately for physicians to prescribe.”(author’s bolding)[v]

A Google News search reveals the astonishing truth that the corporate media, with the exception of Fox News,[vi] did not report this article.

Is the media interested in a cure for Covid-19? 

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NATO Criminals Sabotage Shaer Gas Pipeline in Homs | Syria News

15-07-19 07:43:00,

Photo credit: SANA archive.

NATO & Gulfies sponsored terrorists have now sabotaged the gas pipeline which links the al Shaer gas field with the Ebla Gas Factory in Homs. This system transports 2.5 million cubic meters daily, to power plants needed by the Syrian population. From SANA:

14 July Homs, SANA- The gas pipeline linking al- Shaer gas field with Ebla Gas Factory in Homs eastern countryside went out of service due to a terrorist attack.

SANA reporter in Homs said that “Terrorists vandalized the gas pipeline which extends from al-Shaer field to Ebla Gas Factory as the pipeline went out of service.”

The reporter indicated that “technical workshops affiliated to the Petroleum Ministry started to work on fixing the gas pipeline in order to pump gas through it again over the coming hours.”

The reporter added the “gas pipeline which went out of service transports 2.5 million cubic meters of gas daily to Ebla Factory and from it to the power plants.”

Remnants of Daesh “ISIS” terrorists spread in some areas in the Syrian Badia “semi-desert” and they try to attack the residential areas and the vital facilities and the military posts as they army units hunt them down to secure the Badia.

Shaer gas al Shaer Gas Field, Homs. Archive, uncredited photo.

Though the history of western imperialist attempts to inflict a hideous final solution on Syria date back to 2012, and CNN and al Jazeera’s involvement in blowing up the Homs pipeline, there has been a recent acceleration in attempts to destroy essential energy production in the Syrian Arab Republic — with infrastructure sabotage coinciding with increased economic terrorism, euphemistically called sanctions, and physical terrorism against Syrian civilians and soldiers.

On 22 June, six pipelines attaching oil tankers to the Baniyas Terminal Refinery were cut by unknown operatives. On 4 July, British royal thugs engaged in piracy against an Iranian oil tanker believed to be headed to deliver oil to Syria (later denied by Iran, though the Grace1 remains under the occupation of British pirates).

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Sabotage to Ten Cargo Ships Preventing Them from Arriving in Venezuela – Global Research

29-05-19 03:08:00,

The president of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, on Monday announced that ten boats with gasoline heading to the South American country were the object of sabotage, as part of the “persecution” resulting from the sanctions imposed by the US, against the Caribbean nation.

“The boat that brought gasoline last week, ten ships sabotaged us so that it did not reach the Venezuelan coasts,” Maduro said at a meeting with the political leadership of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) in Caracas .

Despite the incident, the South American president said that the problem with the ships “is in the process of being resolved”.

Boats with CLAP

The head of state also revealed the sabotage to the boats that brought food for the program of products with subsidized prices, known as CLAP (acronym of Local Committees for Supply and Production).

“The boats brought by the CLAP were sabotaged and did not leave the ports where they were going to leave,” he said.

Last Thursday, the Bolivarian leader guaranteed to the population of the South American country the continuity of CLAP, despite US threats to sanction the officials involved in the plan.

“Do whatever you want to do, Venezuela will continue with the CLAP, which stings and extends from the hand of the people, from the national production,” he said.

The president’s announcement came after the US envoy for Venezuela, Elliot Abrams, indicated that the US prepares new sanctions against Venezuelan officials who allegedly profited from CLAP.

Meeting this Monday with the PSUV political high command, Maduro said that these actions against Venezuela are part of the financial blockade promoted by Washington, which includes the withholding of resources in international banks to make it impossible to purchase medicines, supplies and food for the population.

“It is a torture to the economic body of the country,” he added.

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“Sabotage Attacks” On Saudi Tankers Stoke Fears Of War By “Accident” – Iran Decries Possible ‘Psyop’

14-05-19 12:16:00,

Update: Just as everyone with half a frontal lobe had expected, the WSJ reported late on Monday that according to an initial U.S. assessment, “Iran was likely behind the attack” on the two Saudi Arabian oil tankers and two other vessels damaged over the weekend near the Strait of Hormuz, a U.S. official said, a finding that, whether confirmed or not, will certainly inflame military tensions in the Gulf and likely result in a global proxy war that drags in the US, China and Russia. Oh, and that would be the Persian Gulf for those wondering, not the Gulf of Tonkin, which is where another famous False Flag naval incident occurred.

Furthermore, as we predicted would happen on Sunday, this “official assessment”, was the first suggestion by any nation that Iran was responsible for the attack and follows a series of U.S. warnings against “aggression” by Iran or its allies and proxies against military or commercial vessels in the region.  Some more details from the WSJ:

The U.S. official, who declined to be identified, didn’t offer details about what led to the assessment or its implications for a possible U.S. response. The U.S. has said in the past week that it was sending an aircraft carrier, an amphibious assault ship, a bomber task force and an antimissile system to the region after it alleged intelligence showed Iran posed a threat to its troops.

“If they do anything, they will suffer greatly. We’ll see what happens with Iran,” President Trump said while meeting with Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban at the White House earlier on Monday.

The assessment, predictable from a mile away, squares perfectly with CIA veteran Mike Pompeo’s warning from just two days before the alleged attack, in which he said that “The regime in Tehran should understand that any attacks by them or their proxies of any identity against US interests or citizens will be answered with a swift and decisive US response,” the US Secretary of State wrote in a statement warning that Iran should not mistake US “restraint” for a “lack of resolve,” and criticizing Iran for “an escalating series of threatening actions and statements in recent weeks.”

Two days later Iran –

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