February 12, 2018
After being given an Oscar in 2017 for the film The White Helmets, a nauseating worship fest of the terrorists masquerading as rescue workers and civil defense in Syria, the mainstream media and the entertainment industrial complex is at it again. This time, a new film entitled, “Last Men In Aleppo,” has received yet another Oscar nomination for the White Helmets. The new version of cinematic White Helmets worship, also thoroughly deconstructed by Syria researchers like Vanessa Beeley, is once again jerking at heart strings and tears and preying on the gullibility of Western audiences. It is an attempt at damage control after the White Helmets brand was so thoroughly discredited.
But Oscar nominations aside, the White Helmets have been covered on numerous occasions by other media outlets. One such example of coverage from al-Jazeera English contains some of the most blaringly obvious revelations heretofore unseen even by many of those who follow the work of the White Helmets terrorists in that the film itself shows the connections between the supposed humanitarian rescue group and al-Qaeda.
For instance, in one clip surprisingly not edited out of the film, one can see White Helmets “volunteers” operating in one of their stations in al-Sakhour, Syria, East Aleppo. However, as the camera shows several men huddled in the cold, praising their “brothers” on the front lines whom one can only assume are fighters, not rescue units, one can clearly see an al-Qaeda flag on the wall behind them.