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“Dirty war in Syria”: Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters, unmasks White Helmets

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY) –┬áRoger Waters, co-founder and former leader of the band Pink Floyd, denounced the lies and hypocrisy of the White Helmets, “propaganda structure” that “cooperates closely with jihadists in Syria,” noted Max Blumenthal, publisher of The site Grayzone Project in an interview with Sputnik.

In recent times, there are very few journalists who make critical articles about the White Helmets, and Roger Waters, one of the best representatives of the golden age of rock, has blasted them in a concert hall. in public, Max Blumenthal reminded Sputnik.

“The musician said loud and clear that the White Helmets were not the ones they were pretending to be, that it was an international propaganda organization that was actually calling for war and cooperating closely with jihadists in Syria,” he said. continued the interlocutor of the agency.

And to recall that the White Helmets had been the only source of “information” on the alleged chemical attack in Syria that had been trusted by the United States and its allies, by deciding to strike that country.

“Roger snatched the mask of this operation of influence in the dirty war in Syria. […] White Helmets make their videos of people who may have been injured or killed in the so-called chemical attack and broadcast them on social media. And the world reacts to that,” said the reporter.

According to the latter, when a personality, such as Roger, makes statements of this kind to the general public, it makes the statements of those who have already spoken of the true role of the White Helmets and answers the sincere concern of the people in all corners of the world on these false humanitarian operations that only incite war through their false information, “concluded the interlocutor Sputnik.

Upstream, Roger Waters made public e-mails by which he had been invited to collaborate with the White Helmets. But instead of accepting these proposals, the musician took this organization to task.

Max Blumenthal said earlier in an article that the White Helmets had however secured the support of many celebrities including George Clooney, Aziz Ansari, Ben Affleck, Justin Timberlake and the band Coldplay.

The White Helmets were the first to report the alleged chemical attack in Duma on 7 April. It served as a pretext for the United States and its allies to strike Syria on the night of April 13-14.

The Russian military has described photos of victims of the so-called chemical attack published by this organization on social media as false.