A few items worthy of note have emerged related to the chemical weapons attack in Syria, used as a pretext for the failed missile strike (yes, failed) by the US.
Firstly, a spoof by James Corbett. If you’ve seen his 9/11 spoof, you’ll immediately recognise this one as being a rework along the same lines; however, the bullshit story deserves this kind of treatment.
Did I say failed? Well, Corbett covers this but Gordon Duff gives it the more serious treatment – 34 of 59 missiles failed to reach their target.
Then we have the erudite and unique super sleuth James Perloff’s 10 REASONS TRUMP’S ATTACK ON SYRIA WAS A BAD IDEA & BASED ON LIES.
And now to the heart of the matter (thanks, Richard):
Award-winning Iran-Contra journalist Robert Parry says the chemical weapons attack in Syria was launched from a joint Saudi-Israeli special operations base in Jordan, according to his intelligence sources.
U.S. intelligence analysts determined that a drone was responsible for the attack and “eventually came to believe that the flight was launched in Jordan from a Saudi-Israeli special operations base for supporting Syrian rebels,” according to the source.
“The suspected reason for the poison gas was to create an incident that would reverse the Trump administration’s announcement in late March that it was no longer seeking the removal of President Bashar al-Assad,” writes Parry.
As we highlighted back in 2013 after another chemical weapons attack in Ghouta that was blamed on Assad, rebels freely admitted to Associated Press correspondent Dale Gavlak that they had been given the weapons by Saudi Arabia but had “handled the weapons improperly and set off the explosions.”
Parry’s background lends the information credibility. He covered the Iran-Contra scandal for the Associated Press and Newsweek and was later given a George Polk award for his work on intelligence matters.
The contention that the incident was a “false flag” to create a justification for air strikes has also been voiced by former Congressman Ron Paul as well as numerous other prominent voices, including Vladimir Putin himself, who went on to warn that rebels could now stage a similar incident in Damascus to goad the U.S. into toppling Assad.
Whoever was responsible for the attack does not take away from the horror of the event and the fact that innocent people and children died.
Parry dismissed the four page report released by President Trump’s National Security Council that blames the Syrian government for the chemical attack as being heavy on assertions but lacking actual evidence.
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You mean Israel and Saudi Arabia were behind it?
Finally, a version that rings true.
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