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How Messi’s Footwork Contained Anti-Syria Conspiracy! – Syrian Television
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Please don’t laugh, because this is dead serious. It’s international, it’s political, it’s televised and analyzed on national television in Syria, and proves beyond any doubt to the Syrian people, how Lionel Messi is messing with the future of Syria. The breathtaking analysis has been made by Addounia TV, a pro-government channel (criticized by detractors to have staff addicted to add-ons).

The Addounia TV investigators imposed a map of Syria on the field where Barcelona played Real Madrid in December. The channel showed (proved) how Lionel Messi and his teammates secretly indicated arms smuggling routes to rebels in Syria through kicks and passes of the ball. The route the ball followed between teammates and Lionel Messi on the field, clearly matched the route of an illegal weapons shipment into Syria from Lebanon.

The presenter (analyst on add-ons) told the audience: “First we see how the guns are brought from Lebanon,” as one player passes the ball on the field. Then the presenter, on the superimposed map of Syria shows the movement of the ball indicating how the guns “cross into Homs and give the weapons to other terrorists in Abu Kamal.” And the final shot by Messi signals successful handover of the weapons to terrorists in eastern Syria, analyzed the Addounia TV commenter.


The Addounia TV Channel (controlled by a cousin of Assad) is well-known for their analysts on add-ons and invigorating and frequent exposure of foreign conspiracies. In December, the Addounia TV successfully proved to the people of Syria how French and American film directors had helped Al Jazeera TV to build fake sets and film fake protests in Syria. They have many times exposed Western conspirators, and this time they have successfully pinned Lionel Messi as an international terrorist actively conspiring against Syria.

Following, the earlier Addounia documentary, Syrian President Assad had told the nation: “We will defeat this conspiracy … Regional and international sides have tried to destabilize the country … We will not be lenient with those who work with outsiders against the country.”

The United Nations has reported that more than 8,000 people have been recorded as being killed in the uprising against Assad. Al Jazeera TV from Doha, which airs footage of protesters in local language, has been marked as one of the biggest conspirators. So much so that in Damascus, Assad loyalists have laid the Al-Jazeera logo on the main road so that shoppers can trample upon it and express their scorn for foreign conspirators. Right now, that logo on the streets of Damascus has the chance of being accompanied by the profile of Lionel Messi.

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