He has been researching the many startling inconsistencies and anomalies surrounding the BBC Panorama documentary ‘Saving Syria’s Children’ since material from the programme was first broadcast as MPs voted on military intervention in Syria on the evening of 29 August 2013.
Robert’s research has been endorsed by former UK Ambassador Craig Murray.
It has also been featured on RT (Russia Today) and Radio Sputnik.
“…brilliant dissection of the BBC’s propaganda blitz on Syria, at the time when the security establishment were trying to propel us into war against Assad… … this is very, very important” – Craig Murray, former UK Ambassador to Uzbekistan
“This [Saving Syria’s Children] was so badly done it is no wonder that all copies of the documentary are being purged from YouTube, etc.” – Dr Christopher Davidson, Reader in Middle East Politics, Durham University, author ‘After the Sheikhs: The Coming Collapse of the Gulf Monarchies’
[The BBC’s material] “clearly was faked”; “…any damage to the reputation and good name of the BBC [was] self-inflicted” and the BBC programmes “should never have been broadcast” – TV-Novosti, Ofcom Broadcast Bulletin, 21 September 2015
Watch Robert Stuart’s video presentation pertaining to the BBC panorama ‘Saving Syria’s Children’ below.
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