Everyone of value, those people who can be trusted, and are not pathological liars; the ones with common sense, critical thinkers; the ones who are not prone to knee-jerking to the first crisis that pops up in this new President’s administration; not the ones that have an agenda to keep to, like expanding war for profit, not those that are russophobic have said, “Why would Bashar Al Assad on the eve of peace, after driving the terrorists out of Aleppo; and on the verge of a war almost won; a country destroyed, and starting to rebuild it in Aleppo. After five million Syrian people have been driven into exile, and are now refugees. Why would he use chemical weapons (Sarin Gas) in a purposeful military rocket strike on his own people, in Khan Shaykhun.”
He wouldn’t use them, he does not possess chemicals weapons. The Syrian chemical weapons were given up to the UN in 2013. It’s ridiculous to use them, even if he had them; Assad is smart man, and knows well enough that if he in did, if he had them and used chemical weapons against the rebels; especially with the west led propaganda and military action against his government using ISIL, Daesh, Al-Nusra and those cowardly bastards Al-Zenki who enjoy cutting the heads of 12-year-old Syrian patriot boys, that the American War hawks would convince the President to do precisely what he has done Thursday April 6th. Of course war hawks in Washington, don’t need a reason. They care about profits gained from armaments.
This action does not make any sense, unless those experts who know the situation and believe it is not Syria, and have said so publicly is in fact true. Or this is an operation to kick the war back into action again, plus now we American boots already on the ground in Syria.
There has been a lot of money expended into Syria to start and fuel this war, so that many may reap from its benefit. And the benefits; globalists get their way and destabilize Syria, creating refugees that dilute sovereignty in Europe bolstering a disintegrating European Union; dilute sovereignty in Britain, the USA and Canada with tens of thousands of incoming refugees; allows land that Turkey covets to be claimed after a defeated Syria; put billions of dollars in the hands of soulless arms merchants and manufacturers; enable a Saudi led usurpation of Syria and the acceptance of a gas pipeline from the South Pars/North Dome Gas-Condensate Field in Qatar. Qatar: Saudi Arabia’s evil and nasty little brother. And finally the looting of Syrian resources, by Turkey, Israel, Saudi Arabia, and United States.
Trump’s quick reaction, and seemingly impulsive decision, was Korea and the recent launch of an antiquated missile into the South China sea, as saber-rattling for the recent South Korean/US military joint war games, on Trumps mind.
The United States of America set loose the dogs of war, and send 59 screaming Tomahawk cruise missiles raining down on the Al-Shayrat airbase, without prove positive that Assad did this, and that this chemical attack wasn’t the work of the insane terrorist organizations in Syria. Or a military after effect and a terrible mistake, after a Syrian airstrike on a rebel warehouse in the area of the chemical attack.
The Tomahawk Block IV cruise missile costs $1.41 million, and 59 will cost you, $83.19 million. Must be nice to waste that much money and for what…
The Raytheon Corp stock went up 2.1 percent in pre-market trade after the U.S. Tomahawk missile strike on the Syrian airbase.
The Americans passed by every possible logical reason for the tragedy, and without evidence came to the conclusion that the Syrian army sent rockets into Khan Shaykhun. America is guilty of one-mindedness, or profiteering of the misery of others.
A terrorist rebel warehouse stockhold of arms and chemical weapons in or near the town o Khan Shaykhun had been airstriked by the Syrian Airforce, and the Sarin gas which could have been amongst the other armaments, and accidentally set off, or were set off in the town as retaliation. And used as political grist to fuel the American retaliation. And as a move to fool the world. An unfortunate event, a terrible result of war, or more than likely the terrorist rebels are responsible, as they have been proven to have used chemical weapons, and blamed it on the Syrian government before.
This is to me a contradiction of the Trump’s muslim ban/vetting; his refugee/immigration controls into the United States, as now America has entered into war with Syria, and with American boots on the ground, we in the west can expect even more of the same, more refugees. Peace would have put a cessation the numbers of people leaving Syria.
Is this a possible reason for the chemical attack; Trump dealing with the Korean debacle, on his head, and he, last week saying that the Syrian people such decide about Assad, through Rex Tillerson, his Secretary of State . The Russians were helping fight the terrorists, and now Trump has moved to a about turn, 180 degrees from last week. And the whispers of Mattis and his generals, and the war mongerering, and the ramspecking Nikki Haley, and the gloating Senators John McCain, Lindsey Graham.
Lindsey Graham, a small little man, who feels he is of presidential quality. He was the old Republican member of the judiciary committee on the impeachment of Bill Clinton, to vote against any of the articles. One of the more serious hawks in the republican party. Graham is ‘prooud’ of the president. Feels the Syrian Airforce should attacked, and believes a line in the sand should be drawn with the Russian. A russophobic that threats American/Russian Federation peace.
The reports say the chemical attack Khan Shaykhun, killed 70 civilians, with perhaps more than 200 injured. Nothing is confirmed as yet…nothing.
In an emergency meeting of the at UN, Kim Won-soo, the UN High Representative for Disarmament Affairs. Stated to the 15 member council that, the symptoms of the victims after the attack, including respiratory problems, vomiting, fainting and foaming at the mouth, and miosis (pupillary constriction).
He went on to say, “Reports have stated that the attack was carried out through an airstrike on a residential area [but] the means of delivery of the alleged attack cannot be definitively confirmed, at this stage,” he noted.
“The likelihood of exposure to a chemical attack is amplified by an apparent lack of external injuries reported in cases showing a rapid onset of similar symptoms, including acute respiratory distress as the main cause of death.”
He further went on to say that the means of delivery of the gas could not be confirmed. Was it an airstrike, or canisters, reported to be in a warehouse nearby. This all happened in the wee hours of the morning. Kim went on to say,
“If confirmed, this would constitute the single largest chemical weapons attack in [Syria] since the attack on Eastern Ghouta in August 2013,”
In his briefing to the 15-member council, Mr. Kim informed the Council of reports indicating the presentation in…
“Some cases appear to show additional signs consistent with exposure to organophosphorus chemicals, a category of chemicals that includes nerve agents,”
Quote: “The Director-General of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) had informed that the OPCW-United Nations Joint Investigative Mechanism was gathering and analysing information from all available sources, and would be prepared to deploy a team at the earliest opportunity.”
The France UN Delegate:
“France’s representative saying there was significant evidence that the event had not resulted from an air strike on a warehouse belonging to rebel groups”
The Russian UN Delegate:
“VLADIMIR SAFRONKOV (Russian Federation) described interest in the Khan Shaykhun events as “ideological”, saying it was interwoven with the anti-Damascus campaign that had not yet reached the place it deserved on the “landfill of history”. It was interesting that when the processes in Astana and Geneva gained speed, the tragedy of Khan Shaykhun occurred.”
And what is also interesting in this matter, is the latest terrorist attack, the explosion in St Petersburg Metro, that killed 14 people. As quoted in the MSM, “The likely suspect in the deadly blast in the Russian city of St Petersburg is a Kyrgyz-born Russian citizen, investigators have said.”, the optimum word is “likely”, that not a definitive.
All that from the Guardian, a British tabloid. This is all setting up to be a dark and deep state ‘Op’.
This is an operation on the highest order, when one digs deeply for information, and uses a bit of common sense and logic, we see a scenario unfolding. The possibility of the war ending which represents Billions of lost dollars lost in profit for the Military industrial complex. We see the key players outed for their despicable and inhuman ways. We see mad Islamic killers, and fake first-aid responders; the “White Helmets” have been outed for what they are, killers and terrorists. Who incidentally have won an Oscar award for their fake documentary on their propagandist work in Syria, and their child snuff videos on YouTube. They are terrorists, in sheep’s clothing.
I find it also this terrible event, takes the heat of Obama spying and the Susan Ricegate affair. And it’s also convenient that congress is on a two-week recess.
To continue on with the wisdom of the UN Russian delegate’s Vladimir Safronkov response to the UN council…
“According to the Russian Federation’s information, Syria had requested that the OPCW send a mission to investigate the events, he said, while reiterating his country’s position that the use of chemical weapons by anyone, anywhere was unacceptable. Those responsible must be held accountable, he added. Describing the previous United States Administration’s setting of “red lines” as the “turning point” in the use of chemical agents in Syria, he said crossing those lines was supposed to have triggered intervention in Syria, but had instead laid the ground for future provocations by terrorists seeking to discredit the Damascus regime, and had thereby established a pretext for the use of military force against Syria. That inaction had encouraged insurgents who had committed more significant actions in eastern Ghouta by their use of sarin, he said. Damascus had demonstrated good faith, and through the Russian Federation’s efforts, the chemical demilitarization of Syria had been achieved.”
“As for the alleged on 4 [th] April incident on territory controlled by Al-Nusrah Front, he said that Syrian aviation had conducted an air strike on an ammunition warehouse containing a facility for producing ammunition for the use of toxic weapons. That ammunition was supposed to be used in Iraq and Aleppo, a city in which symptoms similar to those seen in Khan Shaykhun had been found in 2016, he said.”
Safronkov continued with…“People believe us.”
“…he noted, adding that the OPCW had determined that ISIL/Da’esh and Al-Nusrah Front had produced weaponized mustard gas and sarin, which had been used regularly in Syria.”
“Beyond the norms of diplomatic standards, the United Kingdom’s statements about China and the Russian Federation were unacceptable, he emphasized, declaring: “We won’t listen to it.” The United Kingdom was guided by the need to change the regime in Syria,”
The USA UN Delegate:
NIKKI HALEY (United States), Council President for April, spoke in her national capacity, recalling that the Council had voted unanimously on the Joint Investigative Mechanism’s mandate. Now that it had revealed the Government of Syria’s use of chemical weapons at least three times, however, some members no longer supported it. “There are times we are inclined to do more than just talk,” she said, emphasizing that the Council would not deserve its position as a defender of peace and security had it not risen to action today. Rising to display photographs of yesterday’s victims — including infants in diapers — she stressed “we cannot close our eyes to those pictures”. The attack, bearing all the hallmarks of the Government’s use of chemical weapons, was a “new low, even for the barbaric Assad regime”.
” …at least three times,”, ridiculous lies! Ghouta gas attack in 2013 is still in dispute, and more than likely the terrorists in Syria did the thing and blamed it on the Syrian army. After the Ghouta attack, Syria agreed to turn over all chemical weapons stockpiles for destruction and declared its intention to join the Chemical Weapons convention. The Russians/US negotiated and ensured this deal, the Organization for Prohibition fo Chemical Weapons (OPCW) ensured the removal of chemical weapons and their destruction. So the Syrian possess no chemical weapons.
“There are times we are inclined to do more than just talk,” …and this is what she and Hawks whispered in Trump’s ear. And finally, fifty-nine Tomahawks cruise missiles are fired into Syria.
“The Council had recently attempted to pass a resolution to hold the perpetrators of chemical weapons attacks in Syria accountable, she recalled. However, the Russian Federation had “defied the conscience of the world” by refusing to fulfil its responsibility, she said, adding that chemical-weapon attacks would continue if nothing was done because the Assad regime — shielded by the Russian Federation — would have no incentive to stop. “If Russia has the influence in Syria that it claims to have, we need to see them use it,” she emphasized, demanding: “How many more children have to die before Russia cares?”
Always the children, and diapered little babies, and babies drowned on beaches, and babies and children rescued, after being drugged and placed under the ground in a staged rescues by the seemingly valiant “White Helmeted” terrorists. It has been cited that some these children rescued have died after being drugged in these suspicious and easily faked YouTube snuff videos. And the first responders to the Sarin gas attacks, “White Helmets” with bare hands and no HazMat suits. Do they know how legal, how positively deadly Sarin gas is… And an Oscar and the drama and theatre used to sway an ignorant public sentiment, and mind.
“…she said, adding that chemical-weapon attacks would continue if nothing was done because the Assad regime — shielded by the Russian Federation — would have no incentive to stop.”
…really Nikki. The Idea of a Syrian country-side devastated in the wake of war; ruined desolate villages; five million of the Syrian population driven out of country through years of war; a devastated economy; ruined infrastructure; and looted national wealth; fifteen million Syrian people displaced within their own country; a movement of a nation back in time to third world status. A nation that was prosperous, and modern. A nation that had a quality of life for its citizens; education and a tolerant government. A nation that was in the process of rebuilding and turning towards a positive future with the aim of calling it people to return home and help in the rebuilding of devastated Syria. That wasn’t an incentive for peace Nikki…politicians like you sicken the world. Your dark heart brings us closer to extinction, for you have no soul. Nikki, admit it, you hate Russia, you hate Trump, your aspire to the White House as the first female president. You have an agenda Nikki.
The Syria UN Delegate:
“MOUNZER MOUNZER (Syria) said that some Council members had made statements today that proved unequivocally that his country was the victim of two aggressions: first, an attack by the Council’s permanent members; and second, a proxy attack by armed terrorist groups operating under their instructions. Both seemed to have an appetite for fabricating information, he said, rejecting all false claims and allegations that the Syrian army had used chemical weapons in Khan Shaykhun. The Government did not possess such weapons in any form, he said, declaring: “We have never used them and we will never use them.”
Chemical weapon stockpiles had been given up to The OPCW, after the Russian/US negotiation after the Ghouta massacre and that false flag attack by the same terrorists that we see today.
“…in addition to blackmailing Syria and its allies, obstructing peace talks and ending all prospects for a political solution to the crisis — even if children paid the price.”
“[There are] 90 letters that the Syrian Government had addressed to the Council, the Joint Investigative Mechanism and other bodies, containing documented evidence that Da’esh possessed toxic chemicals obtained from Turkey.”
“France, in particular, was responsible for a number of barbaric 2016 massacres in Syria, as well as the recent air strike in Deir ez-Zor which had claimed the lives of many civilians, he said.”
But from an American war hawk position any reason is a good reason to bomb the shit out the brown people of Syria.
When are people going to stop listening to Lindsey Graham, John McCain. and now Trump’s ear is possessed by another hawk, Nikki Haley, his own ambassador to the UN.
Nikki Haley, is driven by the Obama “red line”…
“We have been very clear to the Assad regime, but also to other players on the ground, that a red line for us is we start seeing a whole bunch of chemical weapons moving around or being utilized. That would change my calculus. That would change my equation.” Barack Obama, August 20th, 2012.
Haley is being groomed as a possible for later presidency. Once considered by Mitt Romney as a running mate. She was considered as a potential candidate in the 2016 election. She doesn’t like Trump, but is smart enough to hold his ear. Keep her enemies closer. Or was she a deal Trump made to hold those who oppose him at bay?
Haley has no real understanding and knowledge of history. She stated to the UN Security council that sanctions against Russia would not be lifted until Russia returned the Ukraine. What she fails to understand, or purposely pushes aside, is her russophobia; Crimea has always belonged to Russia. Why would they give up their connection to Black sea and the European markets for their natural gas, and other goods. The US ambition has always been to separate the Crimea from Russia, to isolate them, the Crimea is and has always been NATO in action.
She would not support Trumps vetting of refugees..and now wishes to create more, because she a globalist.
Then on March 30, 2017, Haley stated that the US policy regarding Bashar Al Assad was not to force him out of power, since the previous administration’s departure as Assad as a key policy aim had been changed.
Now she states, that Russia, Assad, and Iran “have no interest in peace”. The next day Thursday 6th of April, 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles, costing the American taxpayer something in the range of US $100 million, rain down on Syria.
Haley’s response..“very measured step”, and the US was prepared “to do more”
Is she speaking for Donald Trump, or is she speaking as an American presidential hopeful.
Haley is intent on war and is one those who represent globalism, and US hegemony.
Is Donald Trump is in over his head?