Something Odd about the Gas Attack...

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Something Odd about the Gas Attack...

Post by Rockhopper on Mon Apr 10, 2017 8:32 pm

The shocking videos and pics from Idlib, Syria have stirred emotions. But the claim that Assad was responsible is suspect. Why would he order such an attack when he is winning the civil war? He knows what the publicity of such an action would be.

I notice that even Bernie Sanders is going about it and wanting a further attack on Syria by the US forces!



I have a deep nagging doubt about the message that is being spread by the western media, something just doesn't gel with me.

Further info: http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/46801.htm

https://www.lrb.co.uk/v35/n24/seymour-m-hersh/whose-sarin

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Post by Lenzabi on Tue Apr 11, 2017 9:24 pm

All part of the pressure as Qatar and Saudi Arabia seek to have us remove the impediment called Assad from their own pipeline dreams.

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Re: Something Odd about the Gas Attack...

Post by Rockhopper on Thu Apr 13, 2017 5:59 pm

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Post by Rockhopper on Fri Apr 14, 2017 9:50 pm

An essay:

Bashar al-Assad,
on the verge of a military victory against the terrorist insurgency in
his country and on the eve of peace talks that would secure his position
as president, decided to use chemical weapons he didn’t have
against a target of no military significance in front of as many
cameras as possible to cross the one red line that would insure his own
government’s downfall.
Soon after, the Academy Award-winning White Helmets–noted for their
Oscar-worthy performances, persistent proximity to Al Qaeda, and
financial dependence on USAID–bravely risked their lives, handling Sarin
victims barehanded against every protocol in the book.
Without presenting a shred of evidence, President Donald Trump boldly
launched a military strike against Shayrat airfield because “national
security interest,” promising to help the “beautiful children” (*offer
does not apply to babies in Gaza, Yemen, Pakistan, or basically anywhere
else).
That military strike, a volley of 59 Tomahawk land attack missiles of
which 23 actually made it to their target, failed to take out a single
runway or even keep the airbase from operating for even 24 hours, but
was a complete success for ExxonMobil, Raytheon and Donald Trump.
No one could question the wisdom of striking Syria (except Donald
Trump). And no one could oppose such a move (except Russia).
The Trump Train, still convinced by candidate Trump (“dropping bombs on
Assad” and “look what happened after Gaddafi“) concluded that this was
7th dimensional backgammon to make China afraid of the US’ willingness
to spend $100 million in a fearsome show of failing to destroy a single
airfield.
Throughout the world people rejoice as a horrible secular regime in
the Middle East is replaced by yet another peace-loving band of ragtag
human rights campaigners and child beheaders motivated by a desire to
subdue the armies of Rome in an apocalyptic confrontation in Dabiq.
(*actual ISIS belief)
The chemicals for the previous “red line” attack in Syria have since
been proven to come from Libya with US approval, but that’s probably not
relevant to this case.
The CIA has released declassified report after declassified report
showing that the plan to topple Syria’s government has been in the
works for decades, but this just shows that they were right all along.
The mainstream media unquestioningly asserts
that the story is true because the US government says so, but that’s OK
because we all know the msm is full of unbiased truthtellers and dig
hard to get the raw facts on every story. (“beauty of our weapons“)
Even members of congress think the story is a load of hogwash, but
that’s OK because they’re probably crazy.
Meanwhile the White House has released a report on its intelligence
about the chemical attack that refutes its own version of the story, but
that’s OK because when has the White House ever lied people into war?

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Re: Something Odd about the Gas Attack...

Post by IceWendigo on Sat Apr 15, 2017 9:10 pm

Agreed. When will people realize that the media and government and military are liars and that almost every war related assertion is propaganda? They have the audicity to say that "Russia" needs to want peace and that Assad is responsible for the hundreds if thousands of death when its Israel/US/NATO that is completely responsible for starting the civil war and killing civilians as a result of the war they secretly support. It almost makes me vomit.

I'm not even surprised that Berny Sanders yet anothet Liar like almost every other politician including Justin Trudeau.
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Post by Lenzabi on Sun Apr 16, 2017 3:17 pm

Ah yes, we have our "Ministry of Truth"

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Post by IceWendigo on Sun Apr 16, 2017 3:56 pm

I hope it wont be too long before real Democracy open transparent and truly participative, starts to emerge, both as a forms of organisation for community/public/state and sub-groups/companies.

Ministry of Truth, indeed, thats why we are imo in an Anti-Democracy, the people cant be in power if decisions are taken behind closed doors, if pertinent facts are kept secret from public scrutiny by invoking national security, and if they are subjected to propaganda to manufacture consent and lies.


(imo we have never been in a real democracy, even back in JFKs time, but its a nice speech nonetheless)
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Post by Lenzabi on Mon Apr 17, 2017 5:25 pm

Yep, we almost had that in the mid 30' to 40' and Eisenhower warned us in the 50's when he was leaving office. The Corporates and their Oligarchial masters have indeed been the ones in power as we show signs that America is under their control so they just bided their time since 1935 when their coup failed. Big Oil, Big Pharma, and Big Banks are our true branches of government when they should be regulated and just make money fo rtheir shareholders, not tryong to run us into the ground sapping as much wealth as they can from everyone and everything in a unsustainable way.

Hey corporate morons, if folks are not using their low pay to keep a roof over their heads, have transport, and food in their bellies, they may actually spend more if they had more to spend,,,,,econmy requires folks to buy? Make sure they have the cash flow, and the rights to go about and buy your shitty goods!

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