The two frequent expressions of Syria’s UN Ambassador Bashar al Ja’afari, no one could hide the sun anymore and the mask has fallen received unexpected attention, yesterday morning, 21 December. CNN, terrorists most trusted name in news, held a live interview with Bolivian actress and filmmaker, Carla Ortiz. Ms. Ortiz had just returned from ten days in Aleppo, Syria, and spoke the truth to Carol Costello, who looked on the verge of tears, throughout much of the 6 plus minute interview.
Ortiz stated that “47 terrorist groups plus the rebels plus the Free Syria Army…” were bombing each other, destroying schools and other infrastructure and that the Syrian people crossing to the western neighborhoods of Aleppo, are filled with hope, and ready to rebuild their country.
*Update: CNN and YouTube deleted the interview and YouTube is chasing its backups so we have it here:
(Video also available on Bitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/video/A8GrG6kyUN5u/)
In very polite language, Ms. Ortiz discussed Wahhabi Sex Jihadism, and diplomatically suggested that these gangs are all the same; FSA – al Qaeda – Nusra – ISIS, no difference in the terrorism they have inflicted upon the people of the Syrian Arab Republic — which is what the Syrian government and SyriaNews have been saying since the beginning of the foreign-imposed terrorist crisis.
Of western propaganda darling, “Bana,” the 7-year-old genius twitter begging NATO to bomb her country, Ortiz noted that terrorists use kids as propaganda opportunities, and that “it is impossible, there is no internet, no electricity.”
I’m so sorry to tell you this..I don’t think she was in Aleppo…show me real footage
CNN, which has been promoting various lamentations of “lasts,” as the SAR has liberated Aleppo from western-backed terrorists — including interviews with NYC mercenary “Kareem,” dear friend of child beheaders — was doing its best, showing a photo of a girl on a bus, with the claim she was headed to Turkey (to sit on Erdogan’s lap, apparently, as subsequent photos have claimed). Costello did her best, also, struggling not to look as though she were wondering if she would have a job, after the interview.
The three things to enjoy in this video are: Actually hearing someone telling the truth, on CNN, hearing Ortiz’s words while watching the anti-Syria captions, tickering away, and Costello’s crestfallen face.
Bye-bye to CNN’s Clarissa Ward.
The mask has fallen. No one could hide the sun anymore.