Lionginas wrote: ↑
Bet Rachlevičius nuo to mažesniu pridurku netampa.
Na, V.Rachlevičius, kai rašė apie tą įvykį su tuo 3-mečiu berniuku, tikriausiai šį "Breitbart" straipsnį turėjo minty:
https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2020/0 ... d-migrant/
Tai nežinau, kas čia jam nutiko, bet man tai galva susisuko, kai greitosiomis pamėginau perprasti, kas parašyta šioje ištraukoje:
"Aylan Kurdi — actually he was called Alan Shenu — was the name given by the media to the little boy in the red t-shirt and blue shorts whose body was pictured washed up on a beach in Turkey. He had drowned while trying to make the crossing from Turkey to Greece.
It was sad and pitiful. You can see — sort of — why all the mainstream media made it their dominant story for several days, with that dead child’s photo on all the front pages.
But as more details emerged it became clear what the mainstream media had really done is given a massive — and hugely damaging — propaganda coup to the open borders lobby.
‘Kurdi’ wasn’t technically a refugee. (His Dad was allegedly himself a people-smuggler). It may well have been the case that his body was rearranged to make it look more photogenic. As I reported at the time, the official version reported in the MSM just didn’t stack up. But while the lies got multiple-page spreads, the uglier details got less coverage, partly because the MSM prefers tragedy porn to honest reporting, partly because the MSM’s sympathies are increasingly liberal-left. A bit like the Death of Princess Diana, ‘Aylan Kurdi’ was one of those watershed moments when you realise that your civilisation has surrendered the pass to the forces of cheap sentiment and cultural dissolution.
Similarly, revelations that the 16-year-old boy who drowned in the English Channel was actually a 28-year-old-man who, according to relatives, had already had an asylum application rejected by France — which has tried to blame us for the tragedy — has received much less coverage than the initial, inaccurate reports."
Jei V.Rachlevičius tą straipsnį paskubom skaitė, tai visiškai tikėtina ir suprantama, kad paprasčiausiai suklydo.