July 31, 2019
The White Helmets are ISIS terrorists working for the Jews. This is a well-established fact. Anyone who knows anything about anything is aware of this. They’ve been repeatedly and continually caught aiding terrorists, they stage stupid anti-Syrian hoaxes and terrorists move in and out of their ranks.
This is not a matter of debate.
But even if you don’t accept these facts – what right does Twitter have to say that a foreign government can’t hold that opinion?
We are reaching a level of censorship that is almost impossible to wrap your head around.
Without explanation, Twitter has suspended the official account of the Russian embassy in Syria after it posted a video critical of the controversial ‘White Helmets’ group, citing statements by the Russian military.
“Twitter suspends accounts that violate Twitter rules,” said the default notice on the grayed-out page of @RusEmbSyria on Tuesday. The social media platform notoriously refuses to comment on individual suspensions.
Russian Embassy in syria Twitter account @RusEmbSyria has been suspended by @Twitter after they tweeted facts that expose the terrorist organisation white helmets and their manufacturing of propaganda. pic.twitter.com/ncZiovQiOU
— Ali (@CoolHuh_) July 30, 2019
While the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Moscow has yet to offer an official statement on the suspension, the Russian embassy in South Africa has chimed in, calling Twitter “thought police” for banning their colleagues.
The account was banned after posting factual criticism of the ‘White Helmets’ quoting the Russian military, the embassy said.
?️♂️ Thought police is already here – @twitter suspends account of the Russian Embassy in #Syria (!) after it posted factual criticism of the #WhiteHelmets, quoted @mod_russia data. Wasn't verified account yet – only proves "ordinary" accounts not allowed to have differing opinions pic.twitter.com/sMUZRvbidx
— Russia in RSA ?? (@EmbassyofRussia) July 30, 2019
While an archived snapshot of that tweet was not available, other Russian embassies – in the UK and Canada, for instance – have posted videos and photos critical of the ‘White Helmets’ and their verified accounts remain active.
.@MoD_Russia: Yet another #fake from the #WhiteHelmets. Market in Maarat al-Numan area, allegedly “destroyed” by airstrikes on 22 July, is undamaged and fully operational – as anyone can see on the video filmed by reconnaissance drones. https://t.co/oalU73dIKy
— Russian Embassy, UK (@RussianEmbassy) July 30, 2019
It's up to you whom you trust… pic.twitter.com/0bQOoqKgui
— Russia in Canada (@RussianEmbassyC) July 29, 2019
The government has to stop Twitter and the rest of these tech companies.
I told you when they all came down on me that they were going to start censoring everything they disagreed with. And now it’s only two years later, and this prophecy has come to pass.
They told you “pro-Whites are a special case,” now here we are and they’re censoring anyone who disagrees with their Jewish terrorist narrative about Syria.