The BBC’s Panorama boasts itself as, “The world’s longest running investigative reporting TV show”, which would normally mean something, but not a whole lot considering what it tried to pass-off as real journalism on August 29, 2013…
As the drums of war were beating their loudest that fateful Thursday, the BBC’s flagship ‘investigative’ programme Panorama, aired a special report filed as Syria crisis: Incendiary bomb victims ‘like the walking dead’ — purporting to show the alleged aftermath — of an alleged “napalm” bomb attack — on an alleged school(a villa?) somewhere near Aleppo, Syria, where the alleged victims were dramatically rushed to an alleged ‘special hospital’(a villa?).
The number of inconsistencies, anomalies, inserted audio, scripted acting and other outright fabricated aspects contained within this Panorama ‘documentary’ are quite astonishing — quite simply too long to list here, so it’s best that viewer take a look and judge for themselves. A number of prominent voices, including the former British Ambassador Craig Murray, have branded this Panorama production as “fake”. Expect the criticism and condemnations to mount, as the public slowly begin to get their heads around this level of “lying their way to war” by the BBC.
George Galloway, UK Member of Parliament adds, “Well, the Bush and Blair Corporation (BBC), as it became in the run-up to the Iraq war, has almost entirely lost its reputation for journalistic integrity. A full inquiry must be launched into why the BBC used a piece of material which was not just wrong but was falsified, and falsified with the purpose of propelling our country into war. That’s not what the British public pays its BBC licence fee for, so that it can be tricked into a war.”