Actress Alyssa Milano creates ‘sex tape’ for Syria attack propaganda

By | September 5, 2013

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Actress Alyssa Milano has created a fake ‘sex tape’ which serves to propagandize for an attack on Syria.

The PR stunt, designed to “inform” people about the situation in Syria, merely regurgitates the official narrative about Assad being behind last month’s chemical weapons attack which violated Barack Obama’s “red line”.

It makes no mention of the other side of the debate, including the UN’s acknowledgment that the FSA rebels used chemical weapons back in March or last week’s report by Associated Press correspondent Dale Gavlak which contained interviews with rebels who admitted being responsible for the chemical weapons incident in Ghouta.

While the video, which originally featured on FunnyorDie.com, will by no means achieve the same viral success as Kony 2012, it is certainly directed at a similar audience judging by its total lack of nuance or intellectual sophistication.

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2 thoughts on “Actress Alyssa Milano creates ‘sex tape’ for Syria attack propaganda

  1. RKae

    Obama’s planned job in Syria is all about knocking out Assad so as to help with a natural gas pipeline for Qatar.

    So I guess Alyssa is helping to “lay some pipe” to call attention to it.

    Nice job, Alyssa, being a stooge for foreign industry that wants to use American firepower to murder people for profits!

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