The Islamic State has released a video of captured British journalist John Cantlie, the first in a series to feature Cantlie explaining how the Western media distorts the truth about the chaos in Iraq and Syria.
The video begins with Cantlie, captured in Syria in October of 2012, declaring that he may be saying what he’s about to say because he is threatened with execution, but the information consists of only verifiable facts.
He then says that more videos will be released revealing why the Western allies are so anxious to get involved in another war in the Middle East, and how some of the news sources he used to work for are manipulating the public to support a pointless conflict.
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The video comes in the wake of Islamic State putting out a fake movie trailer for “Flames of War,” containing real combat footage edited like an action blockbuster, and ISIS supporters allegedly releasing another threat stylized like Grant Theft Auto V.