If you read this post, view the images and watch the short slow motion video, I believe you will come to clearly understand how Hizbollah manipulated the scene at Qana. Also, quite possibly, you’ll see how they succeeded in adding to the body count of dead children there.
How do you introduce new bodies into the scene of a bomb strike? The answer may be as simple as you bring them from around the corner. Where they ultimately came from, who can say?
I call the first image top right clean crew. And it looks like a motley, yet meticulously clean crew at that. Doesn’t it? The block around the one man’s face is a reflection on the movie camera lens.
The first question to ask yourself is how this spotless, unwrinkled crew managed to find multiple bodies of children, all dirty and dusty from being buried under tons of concrete, somewhere around the corner. Then they would have had to extract them from that rubble, and all without getting a single spec of dust on any of them before carrying them up a hill to where the actual building strike widely reported in the MSM took place. You’ll also see them making certain the press was precisely positioned, just as they wanted them to be when they arrived.
Note, their uniforms are, not only spotless, they don’t have a single wrinkle and, for all intents and purposes, came right out of a bag, or off a shelf. To emphasize that point, I’ve included a small image of one of them from the waste down. (at Left) The images have not been brightened, or altered.
There is no dirt on the knees and any wrinkles look, as I said, as though they came as they would fresh out of a package similar to the kind in which such outfits are stored or sold. The obviously long dead children they carry are covered with cement dust and dirt just as the press was clear to point out to us all. Not a spec of which got on these men as they allegedly recovered them. And that’s only the beginning, please hang with me here.
The second image from the top on the right is labeled call out. That’s important to note, because with the glare and others moving about, it can be difficult to see what are signals being sent between our motley crew and our friend in the Green Helmet at the top of the hill. The purpose was to have the media right where they belonged.
The slow motion video is at one fifth speed – and there are other items you will see exposed. The video at bottom will make this all clear.
In essence, when the leader of the group came around the corner, first he called out to Mr. Green Helmet to let him know that they were there. That was acknowledged, as Mr. Green Helmet began to corral the press.
Unfortunately, some of the press weren’t behaving as planned. Then you will see our leader in the orange vest briefly directing traffic on top of the hill he is approaching by waving his left arm.
He wants to make absolutely certain that there is nothing between him and the cameras as the spotless, yet allegedly hard working, hard digging rescue crew carries a child’s lifeless body up the hill. And they do it more than once.
This will all be even more clear in a full length, full speed version I will link at lgf. But some of this stuff is hard to pick out if you aren’t looking for it. But it’s absolutely there.
I’m simply giving you reference points and supporting what actually took place at this stage in Qana. It is clearly a planned media event and the bodies did not come from the building which everyone claimed. That site is at the top of the hill the men eventually climb. The Qana tragedy was not around the corner in parts unknown and now unknowable from where these and other men came with children’s bodies.
The next image on the Left is called clean signal. In the full length video, one gets the impression that our orange vested leader is simply adjusting his helmet. He isn’t. That’s partly why I did a short version in slow motion. In fact, if you notice in the full video at lgf, the helmet is strapped down tight.
It becomes obvious he is sending a signal, as he is forced to send it twice. The purpose is to let Mr. Green Helmet know they are about to pick up the stretcher, with a body which has been dead quite some time – rigor mortis having long ago set in. After everything is arranged at the top, it’s only then that they begin their journey up the hill. That’s very clear.
Okay on with the show. You must watch for a few things. When they round the corner they are far down a hill. They come into focus because the camera zooms, not because they are getting close, yet. I’ll give times for events, but YouTube may alter that.
At seventeen seconds in he calls out to the top of the hill. But things are not ready, so they set the stretcher down. He isn’t happy and at 48 seconds in he starts waving his left arm. You must also watch his vest to see the shadow of his arm to see he is quite clearly waving people off to his left. Perhaps Mr. Green Helmet’s little girl voice isn’t having its intended effect. That voice is in the full video at lgf, this one is silent.
At this point, he thinks they’re set and reaches up and touches his hands to his head. Keep in mind, you are watching this at about 1/5 speed. There’s no adjusting anything at full speed, the touch is far too quick.
But something’s wrong. He pauses and waits, staring up the hill, looking somewhat frustrated. What a caring soul this is. Finally satisfied, he touches his head again, turns to his partner behind him – and they introduce a new, but hardly recently dead child unto the scene at Qana.
And there’s more – and more bodies to come. The image above Right is important. It’s another group with at least one additional body, likely more. Also note, aside from Mr. Green Helmet – some wear gloves, some don’t. For those that do, they are completely clean, unlike Mr. Green Helmet, who we know was very involved in the dig.
The photo above on the right I already mentioned was taken long distance. I doubt they knew they were being watched at that point. Even that image is blown up 200%. The man in the army clothing, front Left of the stretcher is important, as you’ll see.
On the Left above is Mr. Green Helmet, gazing off, looking whatever for the camera. What’s important is that the child is covered with a blanket. It’s a pity they didn’t simply cover all of her and leave her there. But it gets worse in an image I’ve named child abuse.
As you’ll see, our fatigue wearing stretcher bearer has entered the ambulance and, not enough to just have his picture taken with the dead child, he grotesquely grabs her up, allows the blanket to all but fall on the floor, simply so he can display that poor dead young child for the cameras once more. And he does it rather crudely, at that – no gloves. That isn’t one of the bodies they carried, as far as I can tell.
It’s important to note, he was not identified as a soldier. He was identified as a civilian, yet he is wearing a brand new Lebanese Army outfit that does not fit him at all. He, along with all of those bringing bodies up from around the corner, is squeaky clean.
Images of Lebanese soldiers on site show them to all be neat, though dusty, with their shirt sleeves rolled up to above their elbow tightly. There are officers around. This civilian wears the uniform almost like a robe. And he was dressed that way while supposedly working, so it isn’t as if it’s the end of the day and he cleaned himself up, or borrowed ill-fitting clothes when done for the day.
In another image I’ll provide below, you’ll see that this man had to roll up the sleeves simply because they are far too long for him. Even rolled, they come all the way to the cuff. Ask yourself, is that the face of a caring civilian who volunteers, perhaps with the red cross? Sorry, I don’t think so.
In the image at Left you will see what I mean about the ill-fitting uniform. You will also see another of the stretcher bearers. And, again, not a single spec of dust.
No dirt on their hands, no remnants of all that dusty concrete on their knees. They are squeaky clean. Yet, somehow, they are able to deliver more and more dead children’s bodies unto the scene.
These are fit men, look at the fellow in the black tee shirt. It certainly isn’t your average beer drinking volunteer fireman helping out at a terrible scene.
The image at left also confirms the ill-fitting nature of the uniform of our fatigued civilian – witness the cuffed up but still almost too long sleeves.
And, again, there’s the spotless nature of these men delivering long dead and dingy children’s bodies.
Now, please remember the following points as you watch the short slow motion video.
The leader of the group comes around the corner, calls out to Mr. Green Helmut, Mr. Green Helmet begins to corral the press. The camera zooms in but they are not ready up top. They set the stretcher down and the orange vested leader uses his left arm to direct the scene until it’s as he wants it. Watch the arm and especially the shadow of it on his chest. He touches his helmet, eventually twice, then these squeaky clean fellows who haven’t done a bit of digging bring another young body into the scene with the media capturing it all. Remember, the head touches to a strapped down helmet are at 1/5 speed, more signal, than anything. The only caveat I’d add is that, if the alleged signaling isn’t taking place, it doesn’t matter.
Is he rolling his arms and not directing the crowd? Again, I think that’s debatable. What isn’t debatable is the staging of the appearance of the bodies and the fact that multiple bodies were carried from another location by individuals displaying absolutely no sign of having been digging, clearing, etc. Obviously their entrance was staged and there isn’t a spec of dirt or even dust on any of them. So where did these bodies come from? These men did NOT dig them out. I very much doubt that they were somehow the only two designated stretcher bearers that day, remaining squeaky clean while everyone else rummaged around in the debris for bodies.
That simply makes no sense. And if they brought enough bodies onto the scene this way from around that mysterious corner, it is possible that while Qana certainly resulted in some civilian deaths, it was nothing like the massacre we’ve been told.
Take a look.
Whether the last item I’ll include is accurate, or not, I can’t say. But it did come from a tip that Mr. Green Helmet has some acquaintance with Hizbollah. That comes from someone overseas. Another blogger has a different idea who the man might be. Personally, I don’t care. Clearly part of Qana was a media parade with direction and some unknown number of not recently dead children being brought out from around a corner by a crew that obviously hadn’t been doing a bit of digging all day. That does not add up. Now does it?
I’ve inset the head of our fatigue wearing civilian into a picture of an obvious Hizbollah Operative. Whether it’s him, or not, I can’t really say for sure. What I do believe is that he was part of the propaganda machine at Qana that day. Hopefully now you agree.
Please take a look at the full video at lgf.