Propaganda Printers: Fantasy Terrorist Sally Jones DEBUNKED LAST AUGUST!

Sally Jones is EVERYWHERE in the main stream media the past couple of days! Took a screenshot at 9.25pm 26/5/16 & this is only a small portion o the articles!!!




‘You are pathetic England… you all scare so easily. Have a nice summer’: British ISIS recruiter ‘Mrs Terror’ taunts the nation a day after warning Londoners to avoid using the Underground in June and July 

Sally Jones tweeted yesterday: ‘I wouldn’t go into Central London through June or July. ENGLAND – BOOM’
  • Her toxic tweet today ended with: ‘But b4 I go… have a nice summer’
  • Another message read: ‘Don’t all panic.. it might be better to take the bus’ 
  • Punk rocker who became a jihadi bride also threatened attacks in Glasgow
  • Jones left for Syria at the end of 2013 and is now hiding in Mosul, Iraq 
  • For more of the latest on Sally Jones visit
A British jihadi bride who yesterday threatened London with a summer bombing campaign on the Underground taunted the public again today by tweeting, ‘You all scare so easily… it only takes a few tweets, because you are pathetic England.’
Sally Jones, an ISIS recruiter known as ‘Mrs Terror’ concluded the message with: ‘But b4 I go, I just wanna say… have a nice summer.’
The 47-year-old provoked outrage on Wednesday when she wrote on social media: ‘To be honest I wouldn’t go into Central London through June… or even July well to be honest I wouldn’t go there at all especially by Tube.’
She also tweeted: ‘England… Boom’ moments before she was suspended from Twitter by administrators.
However, the former benefits scrounger has now returned with more hate-filled rants, including one which reads: ‘Listen don’t all panic… I was just suggesting it might be better to take the bus …(into london) that’s all.’
This was followed by: ‘We shall cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve.’
The Twitter account which she used today has now been suspended as well.
Jones, who abandoned her disastrous career as a punk rocker to convert to Islam, revealed she is now hiding in the ISIS-held city of Mosul in Iraq.
She also posted a new photograph of herself dressed in a black burqa, posing next to the sea, supposedly in Iraq.screenshot_20160526-204737.jpg

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‘Nun With A Gun Islamic State Bride’ Image Has Fooled British Media Into Thinking It’s RealGeorge Bowden 11/08/2015

 An image which appears to show a British-born jihadi dressed as a nun holding a gun in one hand and a dog in another is being used by national newspapers to illustrate the threat of Islamic State
Yet despite its bizarre composition, British media don’t appear to have questioned why the picture exists – or why they continue to use it.
On Tuesday, Times journalist Hugo Rifkind tweeted his annoyance at its use by the Daily Mail, pointing out its irrelevance to jihadism.

Yet the Mail is not the only British newspaper to run the image alongside stories. It has been used by London’s Evening Standard, which first carried the image, the Daily Express, Kent’s Messenger, and even The Times itself.
The image is thought to have originated from the Twitter account of Sally Jones, a 45-year-old mother of two from Chatham, Kent, who reportedly left Britain for Syria in 2013.
Jones was discovered by The Sunday Times newspaper in August 2014. The paper reported a white British woman had joined ISIS terrorists in Syria, and that she had revealed a desire to “behead Christians” in posts on Twitter.
Within a day, The London Evening Standard had uncovered and published the now ubiquitous image of her apparently dressed as a nun. Then a UK news syndicate picked up the image, providing it to media for a fee.
But rather than ‘proof’ of Jones’ radicalism and her threat to the UK, the picture is in fact a modified image from the cover of a 1995 edition of “Divorcing Jack” by author Colin Bateman..

sally jones nun with a gun

The comparison with the 1995 book cover shows the image is crudely modified
The book, which informed a film of the same name, appears to have no connection to Jones’ involvement with ISIS. The plot is a comically dark tale following a lecherous journalist and his vengeful wife.
Nonetheless, its apparent presence on her Twitter account has been enough for UK media to use the image to illustrate Jones’ story.
It is often carried in isolation, with little or no explanation of its original origins. In some articles, it is inferred that the image is real.
Last year, the Daily Express placed the image under the caption: “Sally Jones in her nun and gun outfit”.
In its report, the Evening Standard described the image as a “photo of Sally Jones” under the headline ”’Nun with a gun’”.
There’s been other suggestions too. In January this year, The Times ran a caption below the image that said it was an ISIS recruitment poster.
The most recent Mail article, published on Tuesday, uses the image to illustrate its story on the threats made by Jones in online conversations.
While Jones’ reason for mocking up the image may never be known, its unquestioning use by national media outlets highlights the desire amongst the press to propel drama and threat into their reporting of ISIS and of its British sympathisers.
And while we can say for sure that the image isn’t real and appears to be little more than a meme, it’s not clear if the media will stop using it to illustrate Jones’ story. SOURCE





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