Independent War Correspondent Exposes Ukrainian Myrotvorets Hit List Exposed in France
Paris, Sept. 24, 2022 (EIRNS)—Anne-Laure Bonnel, an independent French journalist and war correspondent, and teacher at the Sorbonne’s Upper School of Journalism and the National Audiovisual Institute, posted a 2.37-minute video on the Ukrainian Myrotvorets blacklist. Bonnel has been fighting for seven years to get out the truth about the Kiev regime attacks on Donbass and had to face a complete blackout. In 2015 she went to Donbass and produced a lengthy documentary, entitled “Donbass,” with extensive footage of Kiev’s war against “its own people” in this area, and the fact that since the 2014 coup d’état in Kiev, 14,000 civilians have been killed in Donbass, without coverage whatsoever. Anne-Laure Bonnel’s film went viral some months ago, following several top media interviews. She is still massively attacked, however, and was kicked out by the still inquisitorial Sorbonne, for having dared to “support” Putin.
In the short video she just posted on her YouTube channel, focussing the camera on the actual blacklist, and searching every name and picture in the database, they identify many personalities well-known to the French who are being targetted: Liseron Boudoul, of national TV Channel 1; Gilles Parrot, another a top journalist on TF1, both of whom have produced programs on Donbass; Andrea Rochelli, an Italian photojournalist killed in Donbass whose Myrotvorets picture has “liquidated” slashed across it.
Not least, former French minister and more recently presidential candidate Ségolène Royal, who was added to the list on Sept. 4, three days after making some very truthful statements denouncing the Ukrainian war propaganda. Early in the conflict Royal attacked the European governments for arming the Ukrainians, rather than doing everything to get peace negotiations going. On Sept. 2, she questioned the Ukrainian propaganda on several accusations of war crimes against Russia: 1) The accusation of babies being killed at a maternity hospital: In the age of smart phones, we would have seen photos of them already, she said; 2) the Bucha massacres and the claim that Ukrainian children were sexually abused for seven hours in front of their parents. “Its monstrous to circulate things like that only in order to block the peace process,” she said on national business radio BFM, sparking an uproar against her.
Bonnel’s film proceeds with other French left-wing and right-wing personalities in the list, such as Jean-Luc Mélenchon, Eric Zemmour, and Marion Maréchal-Le Pen (Marine Le Pen’s niece), as well as international ones, such as Henry Kissinger.