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    It is a sad day when the leader of Russia tells the truth while our own POTUS lies to us:

    Support TSM on Patreon!'s something you probably never saw or heard about in the west. This is Putin answering q...

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    Yes, sad. The federal government needs to keep us in deception. It's the common thread for propaganda, "national security", indoctrination/education, and the whole lying fraud of the federal government. We are the fuel for their machinations.

    I've seen foreigners trying to verbally smack us awake in social media: that we're ignorant of what's really going on in our own country and in their countries, "you need to wake up". This is true, we need to wake up. But waking up is not enough when the premier sources of news and education do nothing but lie, and excel at it. There is much of our history that is omitted, filtered, spun, twisted. There are many things going on abroad that are not reported by the media or politicians. Foreigners point out that Americans don't know their government is a corporation, and the people are slaves of a corporation, and they're lied to by their politicians and media about world events. It seems foreigners have a clearer understanding of our state than we do. (This is a general picture. I understand this doesn't apply to everyone. It does apply to a vast majority.)

    Interestingly, the same can be said about foreign nations. They don't know the same things about themselves. This is not just an American problem. All are deceived by those who rule over them. When they control history and the present, it produces a field ripe for sowing deception. It's the nature of deception that it is difficult to discern in oneself because it is convincing.


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      Forty Thousand Christians Say That They Feel Safer Under Bashar Al-Assad


      Forty thousand Christians living in Aleppo feel safer now that their city is under Bashar al-Assad — thanks to Russia — and fear the return of the Islamic rebels, as we read in one report:
      The estimated 40,000 Christians in Aleppo are not among the civilians who are dreading the fall of the city to the Russia and Iran-backed regime of dictator Bashar al Assad, according to a charity group that helps persecuted Christians. These Christians instead reportedly fear the return of the rebels to Aleppo, particularly the jihadi coalition known as Jaish Al Fatah, or ‘Army of Conquest,’ that includes the likes of the Syrian al-Qaeda branch formerly known as the Nusra Front before it became Jabhat Fateh al-Sham (Front for the Conquest of the Levant).

      Jaish Al Fatah has been “heavily involved” in the battle for Aleppo and the persecution of Christians in the city, claims the charity group Barnabas Fund.

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      Until recently, Aleppo city had been roughly divided between Assad regime control in the west and rebel control in the east since 2012.

      The Russian government and the U.K.-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which uses a network of ground sources to monitor the ongoing civil war in Syria, have declared that the Assad regime is now in control of Aleppo.

      Russian-backed Assad forces and their Iranian-allied counterparts operating on the ground have been accused of “genocide” against civilians in the former rebel stronghold of eastern Aleppo.