la la land
1. a state of being out of touch with reality.
2. (usually initial capital letters) Los Angeles.
One of last night's Oscars went to a documentary about the White Helmets, a civilian rescue group in Syria with a reputation for pulling people out of the rubble of bombed buildings.
I don't know if any of the Hollywood liberals knew it but that group is a propaganda project created by western intelligence to promote regime change and intervention in Syria and is funded by the notorious USAID - United States Agency for International Development -- the state department arm most known to people like me for being one of the conduits money is funneled through to fund opposition groups in countries whose governments the US wants to overthrow. The above ground partner of the CIA.
Quite a few independent media exposes like this and this have demonstrated not only the White Helmets' intelligence connections and propaganda function but also that they're allied with and work with al Nusra, the Syrian branch of al Qaeda which, along with its many ideological clones, the US has outsourced its war against Syria to, mythologies about "moderate rebels' notwithstanding.
There's YouTube video of White Helmets dancing victory dances in the street with the al Qaeda militia they're embedded with and staging rescues for the camera here or this funny one where they dig through rubble inside of a building where the walls and roof are still intact. I've seen one that shows them waiting until the camera is in place before they rush into a building and there's a gruesome video of an Al Qaeda execution where a kneeling man in blue sweats is shot in the back of the head and then two White Helmets run up and put the body in a body bag.
The CIA people who helped start the war on Syria under the auspices of former foreign secretary Hillary Clinton who is still the war's most loyal backer are feeling mighty satisfied Hollywood has given their project its highest seal of approval.