Damascus, SANA_ Days after the United states announced the liquidation of leader of Daesh terrorist organization Abu Baker al-Baghdadi, western media outlets announced the death of the founder of the so-called “White Helmets”, former British intelligence officer James Le Mesurier, who was found dead near his house in Istanbul within suspicious circumstances.
The news of the death of Le Mesurier, reported by UK’s “The Independent” newspaper, was absolutely not strange as it came a few days after the Russian Foreign Ministry has unveiled Le Mesurier’s connection to al-Qaeda terrorist organization and called on the British government to explain his suspicious relation with the terror group.
Some analysts described the death of Le Mesurier as part of a campaign aiming at liquidating the west’s terrorist tools after their criminal role in Syria has ended.
The “White Helmets” group, which has been a tool to implement the conspiracy scheme against Syria, was established in Turkey in 2013 with British and US funding.
It enjoyed wide western media coverage through which sponsors and supporters of terrorism in Syria have tried to give the group’s activities a fake “humanitarian nature”.
However, evidence as well as facts and images from the ground emerged to belie these claims and prove that this group is a terrorist platform that supports the activities of other terrorist groups of different names.
Since its emergence in Syria’s events, the “White Helmets” restricted its activities within the terrorists-held areas to back the terrorists’ criminal activities under the pretext humanitarian work.
The western propaganda has promoted the “White Helmets” as a humanitarian group to mislead the world public opinion.
The videos, circulated by the “White Helmets” which helped the terror group deceive the world public opinion, have been proved to be fabricated and nothing more than a false flag in which the victims are repeatedly used in different incidents and places.
These fabrications have proved that the “White Helmets” is a terrorist tool used by Washington and its partners in the terrorist aggression on Syria to fabricate and publish misleading reports and images about alleged humanitarian incidents in order to win the sympathy of the world public opinion and to be a platform for military action on Syria, particularly concerning the alleged use of chemical weapons which has been repeated over the past years to serve the conspiracy on Syria.
Returning to the death of Le Mesurier, one can get a clearer image of events. After the role of al-Baghdadi has finished for Washington, launching an operation to eliminate the terrorists who can uncover their close links to western powers, seems logical.
Observers can conclude several reasons for the suspicious death of Le Mesurier. This suspicious way of death serves the goals of those who brought Le Mesurier to light, because, first of all it seems like his role has ended just like al-Baghdadi, his partner in terrorism. Second, with his death, the secrets about his close connections to Washington or different terrorist organizations are buried. Third, the evidence proving the crimes of the United States and its partners in Syria is eliminated. In addition, Le Mesurier’s death came while the US administration led by Trump is introducing itself as a fighter against terrorism for purely political purposes that go in parallel with the accountability procedures to impeach Trump and the approach of the US Presidential elections in 2020.
The killing of the two international terrorists, Le Mesurier and al-Baghdadi, doesn’t in any way indicate the end of Washington’s aspirations and interventionist policies in the region. Rather, it may mark the start of a new era to achieve other goals with the help of new tools, because the US and Western intelligence bodies can create other tools or puppets under different names to serve implementing their agendas.