President Trump Has It Wrong on Syria – Assad Did NOT Use Chemical Weapons – Deep State Neo Cons Misleading the President…

DANGERDeep State is Trying to Manipulate Donald Trump on Syria.


We’ve covered the hidden story of manipulation within Syria quite extensively.  And in the example today of Chemical Weapons being used against the Syrian People, all indications do not point toward Bashir Assad doing it.

The entire event looks like an horrific operation by anti-Assad forces trying to create assistance for their regime change efforts by killing their own people.  Yes, they are that desperate; and yes, there are vested interests in the U.S., including the CIA, who would support such an objective.

Remember, as a direct outcome of the Obama/Kerry U.S. policy we have been arming the anti-Assad Syrian elements for several years.   This is not hidden.

With President Obama out of office; with President Trump not supportive of foreign policy based on regime change; and with Trump’s Secretary of State Tillerson saying just a few days ago that “Syrians will determine the future of Syria” the anti-Assad Syrians are now desperate.

There is ZERO motive for President Bashir Assad to weaponize chemical weapons against his people.  Assad’s forces are winning the war, Syria is more stable now than ever in the past six years, Assad has nothing to fear from a Trump administration, and using chemical weapons just doesn’t serve his interests.

However, in their desperation, there is ample motive for the anti-Assad elements to give the appearance of ‘war-crimes’ in an effort to try and gain some desperate positioning in their remaining moments.  Additionally, there is more than ample evidence the perpetual war machine, the Deep State and their alignment with global ideologues, would trigger such an optic.

It is not accidental this happens right after Secretary Tillerson’s statement.

So lets go back and review what we already know as fact – Beyond the U.S. policy change, we must remember that Secretary John Kerry essentially told the anti-Assad forces they would need to pull off this type of a ruse.

♦ In August of 2014 President Obama (wearing a tan business suit) gave a press conference where he stated he “did not have a strategy” against ISIS. –Video Link

♦ Two months later, in October of 2014, Josh Earnest gave a press conference where he stated:  “Our ISIS strategy is dependent on something that does not yet exist” –Video Link

However, on September 30th 2016 the New York Times quietly released a leaked audio recording of Secretary John Kerry meeting with multiple factions associated within Syria.

When you listen to the audio recording (embed below) it becomes immediately obvious what was going on when both of those 2014 statements were made by the White House.  In addition, you discover why this jaw-dropping 2016 leak/story was buried by the U.S. media and how it connects to over 5 years of perplexing U.S. mid-east policy.

This evidence within this single story would/should forever remove any credibility toward the U.S. foreign policy under President Obama.  It also destroys the credibility of a large number of well known republicans.  What the recording reveals is substantive:

First, only regime change, the removal of Bashir Assad, in Syria was the goal for President Obama. This is admitted and outlined by Secretary John Kerry.

Secondly, in order to accomplish this primary goal, the White House was willing to watch the rise of ISIS by placing their bet that ISIS’s success would force Syrian President Bashir Assad to acquiesce toward Obama’s terms and step down.

Thirdly, in order to facilitate the two objectives, Obama and Kerry intentionally gave arms to ISIS and even, arguably, attacked a Syrian government military convoy to stop a strategic attack upon the Islamic extremists killing 80 Syrian soldiers.

Pause for a moment and consider those three points carefully before continuing.  Because this audio (below), along with accompanying research now surfacing, not only exposes these three points as truth – but also provides the specific evidence toward them.

The problem in the Obama/Kerry’s secret strategy became clear when ISIS grew in sufficient strength to give the White House optimism for the scheme – however, instead of capitulation Assad then turned to Russia for help.

When Russia came to aid Bashir Assad the Syrian Government began being able to defeat ISIS and the Islamic Extremist elements within Syria.  For the hidden plan of Obama/Kerry (and also McCain, Graham, et al), Russia defeating ISIS, al-Qaeda and al-Nusra, upended their objective.

The revelations within this leaked audio are simply astounding. The 40-minute discussion took place on the sidelines of a United Nations General Assembly in New York. The meeting took place at the Dutch Mission to the United Nations on Sept. 22nd 2016:

[…]  Kerry’s off-record conversation was apparently with two dozen ‘Syrian civilians’, all from US backed opposition-linked NGO’s in education and medical groups supposedly working in ‘rebel-held’ (aka terrorist-held) areas in Syria.

This opposition conclave also included ‘rescue workers’ which can only be ambassadors from the White Helmets, a pseudo NGO which serves as Washington and London’s primary PR front in pursuit of a “No Fly Zone’ in Syria, and it’s being bankrolled by the US, UK, EU and other coalition states to the tune of well over $100 million (so far). (link)

Listen to the audio.

Key Kerry moments at 02:00, and again at approximately 18:30 forward.

The discussion from 18:30 through to 29:00 are exceptionally revealing and should be listened to by anyone who has wondered what was going on in Syria.  Kerry even makes mention of the “Responsibility to Protect, or R2P” principle:

@18:30 Secretary John Kerry:

[…]  Well, the problem is the Russians do not care about law, and we do.  And, we don’t have a basis -our lawyers tell us- unless we have a U.N. Security Council resolution, which the Russians can veto and Chinese, OR unless we are under attack from the folks there, or unless we are invited in.  Russia was invited in by the legitimate regime, well, it’s illegitimate in our mind, by the regime.  And so, they were invited in and we’re not invited in.

We’re flying in airspace there, where they can turn on the air defense and we have a very different scene.  The only reason they’re letting us fly is because we’re going after ISIS.  If we were going after Assad, those air defenses, we’d have to take out all those air defenses, uh, and we don’t have a legal justification, frankly, for doing that unless we stretch it way beyond the law on a humanitarian basis, which some people argue we should – by the way.

Uh, but so far American legal theory has not gone into these so called “right to protect”, uh, and we don’t even have what we had in Kosovo where we had an, you know, an existing resolution and so forth.  Uh, even though we went alone.

And so it’s complicated, it’s not easy.  And we’ve been fighting.  How many wars have we been fighting?  We’ve been fighting in Afghanistan, we’ve been fighting in Iraq, we’ve fighting -you know- in the region for fourteen years.  And a lot of Americans don’t believe that we should be fighting and sending young Americans over to die in another country.  That’s the problem.

The congress won’t vote to do it. And you can be mad at us, but what we’re trying to do is help Syrians fight for their own country; and we’ve been spending a lot of money, a lot of effort to try and help do this.  So, there’s an opposition there; the opposition is doing very well.  Russia came in, and that’s a problem I know, because, uh, y’ know, uh, we don’t behave like Russians, it’s just a different standard.

So we are trying to see if we can test whether Russia, you see, is serious about a political solution.  And if they are not serious, then we will help the opposition more.  But I don’t think that’s particularly good for Syrians in the end because it will mean more fighting.

Secretary Kerry is then questioned by an obvious sympathizer to ISIS (calls pro-assad Sunni faction “Sunni Jews”) about why the U.S. fights the extremist Sunni (ISIS), but not the extremist Shia (Hezbollah).  Kerry’s response:

Well, they’re [Hezbollah] a terrorist organization, we’ve designated them a terrorist organization.  The reason for [airstrikes against the Sunni Extremists] is because they have basically declared war on us; and are plotting against us, and Hezbollah is not plotting against us; Hezbollah is exclusively focused on Israel, they’re not attacking now, and on Syria where they are attacking in support of the, uh, in support of Assad.

So it a, uh, it’s…


Question: But how to make the majority of the Syrian people accept this approach, that because Hezbollah or the Iraqi or Iranian groups are not attacking the U.S. now when they are attacking against the terrorism in Syria?

Kerry: Well, they, they are targeted by the opposition who we are arming and training.

The interview continues with anti-Assad Syrians expressing their frustration that multiple social media and social justice type efforts (the Pallywood type scripted activity targeting the United Nations to take action) have yielded no positive results in the international community stepping in to take down Bashir Assad directly.

Against the backdrop of this recording we can reconcile so many historic issues. We already know of a Second Presidential Finding Memo authorizing additional CIA covert action in 2012, this time in Syria. However, unlike the 2011 Libyan operation we do not know the operational name of the second action in 2012 Syria.

2012: WASHINGTON, Aug 1 (Reuters) – President Barack Obama has signed a secret order authorizing U.S. support for rebels seeking to depose Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his government, U.S. sources familiar with the matter said.

Obama’s order, approved earlier this year and known as an intelligence “finding,” broadly permits the CIA and other U.S. agencies to provide support that could help the rebels oust Assad. (link)

Further consider how this Kerry audio tape, and the now transparent Obama policy toward Syria, absolutely confirms our previous research as it is contained with the Benghazi Brief surrounding Syria:

(JULY 2012) As they stood outside the commandeered government building in the town of Mohassen, it was hard to distinguish Abu Khuder’s men from any other brigade in the Syrian civil war, in their combat fatigues, T-shirts and beards.

But these were not average members of the Free Syrian Army. Abu Khuder and his men fight for al-Qaida. They call themselves the ghuraba’a, or “strangers”, after a famous jihadi poem celebrating Osama bin Laden’s time with his followers in the Afghan mountains, and they are one of a number of jihadi organisations establishing a foothold in the east of the country now that the conflict in Syria has stretched well into its second bloody year.

They try to hide their presence. “Some people are worried about carrying the [black] flags,” said Abu Khuder. “They fear America will come and fight us. So we fight in secret. Why give Bashar and the west a pretext?” But their existence is common knowledge in Mohassen. Even passers-by joke with the men about car bombs and IEDs.

According to Abu Khuder, his men are working closely with the military council that commands the Free Syrian Army brigades in the region. “We meet almost every day,” he said. “We have clear instructions from our [al-Qaida] leadership that if the FSA need our help we should give it. We help them with IEDs and car bombs. Our main talent is in the bombing operations.” Abu Khuder’s men had a lot of experience in bomb-making from Iraq and elsewhere, he added.

[…] Abu Khuder split with the FSA and pledged allegiance to al-Qaida’s organisation in Syria, the Jabhat al Nusra or Solidarity Front. He let his beard grow and adopted the religious rhetoric of a jihadi, becoming a commander of one their battalions.

“The Free Syrian Army has no rules and no military or religious order. Everything happens chaotically,” he said. “Al-Qaida has a law that no one, not even the emir, can break.

The FSA lacks the ability to plan and lacks military experience. That is what [al-Qaida] can bring. They have an organisation that all countries have acknowledged.

In the beginning there were very few. Now, mashallah, there are immigrants joining us and bringing their experience,” he told the gathered people. “Men from Yemen, Saudi, Iraq and Jordan. Yemenis are the best in their religion and discipline and the Iraqis are the worst in everything – even in religion.”

At this, one man in the room – an activist in his mid-30s who did not want to be named – said: “So what are you trying to do, Abu Khuder? Are you going to start cutting off hands and make us like Saudi? Is this why we are fighting a revolution?”

“[Al-Qaida’s] goal is establishing an Islamic state and not a Syrian state,” he replied. “Those who fear the organisation fear the implementation of Allah’s jurisdiction. If you don’t commit sins there is nothing to fear.” (link – more)

al-Qaeda’s goal was to establish the Islamic State, that’s the origin of ISIS. Against the backdrop of ISIS formation in Syria, and understanding the Obama objectives were regime change first and foremost, we can now reconcile all of Obama’s foreign policy surrounding Syria.

President Obama, Secretary Clinton and later Secretary Kerry, together with John McCain, and the CIA tentacled team within the Republican party, were willing to support ISIS (under all factional names) in order to overthrow Bashir Assad…


This was their now admitted policy.

Nothing else mattered.

Now, we keep going.

Who is on TV?

Does THIS also begin to make more sense:

isis-brotherhood-1-kinzinger-mccain-mcmullinRepresentative Adam Kinzinger, Senator John McCain, candidate Evan McMullin

What you are about to read is specifically how the Muslim Brotherhood, and ISIS, connect to the Republicans outlined above – and how their individual behaviors within the 2016 election begin to make sense.   And how their continuing behavior in 2017 reconciles against the backdrop of their interventionist, deep state, foreign policy objectives.

Perhaps, like us, you will have an ah-ha moment.

The “Never Trump” coalition has always consisted of a few noisy and indecent politicians within Washington DC. Senator John McCain, Senator Ben Sasse, Senator Jeff Flake and House Representative Adam Kinzinger the most noteworthy and vitriolic.

However, whenever CNN, or for that matter any media, want a republican voice to argue against Donald Trump, in the “current days’ outrage du jour”, they call upon Kinzinger first and foremost.

Kinzinger loves the spotlight as much as he enjoys promoting himself on social media. In essence, he was a proud #NeverTrumper and continues to be a useful media mouthpiece when they need an anti-Trump opinion embedded using a Republican.

We’ll come back to Kinzinger and McMullin in a moment. But first we must place the second set of puzzle pieces on the table.

When we did all the exhaustive research into the Benghazi Brief three years ago, one of the pictures that continued to draw our interest was this one:


The picture above was taken during a time when Senator John McCain visited Syria, and the Western media were proclaiming there were “moderates” in the opposition to Bashir Assad. Senator McCain proclaimed this 2012 visit to be meeting with the “Free Syrian Army”. [Coincidentally, this was on the same trip where he met Ambassador Chris Stevens at the Benghazi courthouse in Libya for the last time].

However, at the same time McCain was trying to convince the world of moderate Syrian resistance, multiple voices within non-traditional journalism, and a large number of people doing independent research, reached the conclusion that al-qaeda and al-Nusra extremists had completely infiltrated the Syrian resistance groups, and a new militant Islamic network was forming.

"NO ISLAM WITHOUT JIHAD" - members of the Free Syrian Army. Abu Khuder and his men fight for al-Qaida. They call themselves the ghuraba'a, or "strangers", after a famous jihadi poem celebrating Osama bin Laden's time with his followers in the Afghan mountains, and they are one of a number of jihadi organisations establishing a foothold in the east of the country now that the conflict in Syria has stretched well into its second bloody year. They try to hide their presence. "Some people are worried about carrying the [black] flags," said Abu Khuder. "They fear America will come and fight us. So we fight in secret. Why give Bashar and the west a pretext?" But their existence is common knowledge in Mohassen. Even passers-by joke with the men about car bombs and IEDs.

“2012 NO ISLAM WITHOUT JIHAD” – members of the Free Syrian Army. Abu Khuder and his men fight for al-Qaida. They call themselves the ghuraba’a, or “strangers”, after a famous jihadi poem celebrating Osama bin Laden’s time with his followers in the Afghan mountains, and they are one of a number of jihadi organisations establishing a foothold in the east of the country now that the conflict in Syria has stretched well into its second bloody year.
They try to hide their presence. “Some people are worried about carrying the [black] flags,” said Abu Khuder. “They fear America will come and fight us. So we fight in secret. Why give Bashar and the west a pretext?” But their existence is common knowledge in Mohassen. Even passers-by joke with the men about car bombs and IEDs.

That network ultimately evidenced and defined itself as the Islamic State, or ISIS.

In 2013 and 2014, even though ISIS initially did not have a name, as the hardline extremists in Syria became more openly visible, eventually the western media accepted Raqqa and Aleppo had become the de-facto center of Syrian ISIS operations. In August of 2014 President Obama finally admitted the problem and stated his administration was caught off guard and did not have a strategy to combat them.

Back To The Photograph – The importance of the McCain photograph became increasingly interesting because ISIS as an extremist force became increasingly visible. As a direct consequence we were able to identify the ideology of the people in the picture:


There has been some skepticism as to #2 being al-Baghdadi himself, and Senator John McCain has strongly refuted this claim. However, there is more evidence to prove it is Baghdadi than to refute it’s not Baghdadi. Person #2 looks just like him:



In addition, one of the important bits of evidence to prove #2 is indeed Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, is actually found in #1 Abu Mosa (ISIS Press Officer).

There is absolutely no doubt that #1 is the (now dead) Islamic State Press Officer Abu Mosa.

abu-mosa-2abu mosa dead

Abu Mosa was killed in August 2014. In 2012, during organization, Baghdadi would have a man with this level of importance to the Islamic State around him at the time this picture was taken.

However, lets look at #5 – “Mouaz Moustafa”, because he is the current person that should be of interest to everyone in the 2016 presidential discussion. Moustafa is the connective tissue per se’. In the photograph, he’s also Senator McCain’s intermediary:


Fast forward two intense years later and look where #5, Mouaz Moustafa shows up in 2014. And more specifically the two faces that show up with him:


Well lookie there. During a trip to Turkey in 2014 to discuss arming Syrian rebel groups, under the auspices of fighting ISIS, you see Representative Adam Kinzinger appear. Oh yeah, and who’s that other fellow circled in the meeting? ….why that’s our anti-Trump candidate Evan McMullin.

Huh, fancy that.

Spotting Evan McMullin conspicuously standing there in the picture made us want to go back to the CNN file footage from the time and see if he was actually visible in the report they filed from Turkey. Yup, he’s there alright.

Watch and spot him in the background during quite a bit of the footage:

Long before anyone heard about Evan McMullin running for President, there he is paling around with #NeverTrump Adam Kinzinger in Turkey chatting with the Muslim Brotherhood affiliates (guise SETF) who are essentially the political arm of ISIS under a differing name.

The declared purpose of the meeting was to discuss who and how to arm the entities within Syria. However, just like in 2012/2013 these same Brotherhood voices in 2014 are simply trying to present themselves as one thing, only to gain the goal of another.

That reality is ultimately the story behind the arms deals within The Benghazi Brief. That’s the lesson that should have been learned if the truth contained within the brief were ever to have larger public interest.

Additionally, all that said – it’s connections like these that make other things, like the opposition to Donald Trump, make much more sense.

Just step back and look at the landscape from the elevated position.  Who are the Washington DC politicians most invested in, and public about, the removal of Bashir Assad?

There’s some seriously sketchy activity here, and it is not recent.  Activity that carries solid and visible connective tissue to a much larger objective. There’s just no doubt Senator McCain is leading a foreign policy that continues to be his own construct.

Every nation McCain has involved himself within, has resulted in chaos or civil war as a direct result of his engagement.   Iraq, Iran, Egypt, Libya, Syria, Yemen and now Ukraine and the Baltic states.

Who is paying these characters.

My God, dozens -perhaps hundreds- of Syrians were killed toward the objective of getting rid of Bashir Assad.  Who are these Deep State creeps?


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739 Responses to President Trump Has It Wrong on Syria – Assad Did NOT Use Chemical Weapons – Deep State Neo Cons Misleading the President…

  1. Watcher says:

    Squid I agree with your assessment of the event.
    The bad guys are getting their butt kicked, we know they hide behind women and children and are capable of unthinkable atrocities.
    They are looking for symphony and in the past seen to get it from certain people.
    King Abdullah and President SISI in Washington is another factor to consider. Isis wants the attention and the mb are frightened that President Trump is going to label them the terrorists that they are. And cutting funds to the U.N..
    I think his intelligence is good and King Abdullah/Pres SISI intelligence are superb.
    He cannot say it’s false at this time, he would be walking into a trap.
    The truth will come out, we all need to be patient. MAGA

    Liked by 5 people

    • Dixie says:

      I believe your advice to be patient is correct, but he didn’t have to speak about it at all…..or he could have stopped after he labeled it the atrocity it was.

      He didn’t have to emphatically state it was done by the Assad regime….

      unless he knows they are guilty.

      And maybe he knows something we don’t?

      I usually keep my mouth shut and don’t question too much, but I AM literally feeling sick about this one.

      Liked by 1 person

      • SharonKinDC says:

        IF it turns out Assad/Russian AF hit an ISIS munitions dump and ISIS had chlorine gas, one could ‘blame’ Assad for the bombing, but still end up fingering ISIS as the baddies… Let this play out. I note that Trump’s response yesterday and in the Rose Garden has all the usual suspects ginning up the war machine. This would not have happened to the same degree if Trump was silent or went against his own intel ppl and backed Assad’s version. Right now, he’s in a sweet spot where he has plausible deniability and the hawks have all crawled out from under their rocks.

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    • Dr T says:

      Completely 100% true assessment of the situation at hand. Look at the superbly coincidental timing of this murder of kids and civilians . How conveniently timed .
      President Trump can only say one thing today : he disapproves of such atrocities and he has to “re-think ” his position on Syria . At the same time … he has already rethought his position on McCain et al… the swamp creatures in DC that are orchestrating all of this destruction . The pictures of their collusion above posted are known to all of us since Before the election . They are also very well known to President Trump: he knows who’s involved in this atrocity against humanity . He knows who did this . Today’s response is a clear bait for the swamp monsters to feel “safe”. But true gig is up. Just watch. If it’s known and clear to us , it is more than obvious to him. Trust your instincts on our President. They will not prevail and he will Not listen to the neocons. He knows he knows he knows…

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      • Trump said far more than that. He said that Assad was responsible for it, and he said his attitude about Assad has changed, and he said all that before any investigation was made. As a matter of fact, his speech reminded me of the incubator speech of Bush


    • swimologist says:

      Is THIS being covered by CTH?

      Media SourceOn Chemical Weapons Attack Is a Former Doctor and Jihadist Accused of Kidnapping Journalists

      PHOTO MISSING. Google the name below for pic.

      Shajul Islam

      On Chemical Weapons Attack International Media Turn to Former Doctor Accused of Kidnapping Journalists

      A guy named “Dr. Shajul Islam”

      Now also consider the damage incurred with the insane enabling of Iran through financial and political enrichments which the previous-occupant-of-the-oval-office provided to the nihilist ayatollahs of Iran in his waning months as president. The fierce determination of these ayatollahs to bring harm to the West does present an alarming threat to our current Commander in Chief, hence the suggestion that the latest kinetic action order was in this nation’s interest.
      UK doctor who documented Syria “chemical attack” was considered “committed jihadist” by MI6

      A British doctor who documented a suspected chemical weapons attack in Syria was considered a “committed jihadist” by MI6 and was struck off the General Medical Council in 2016.

      Shajul Islam, 31, posted several videos on Twitter in the aftermath of the Tuesday’s (4 April) attack where he appeared to be treating patients in Khan Sheikhoun. He appeared on several television networks such as NBC to discuss what he saw, but it has now emerged Islam was previously charged on terror offences in the UK.

      Islam, from Stratford in east London, first travelled to Syria in 2012 and worked in opposition-held areas of the country such as Al Bab, close to the Turkish border. But shortly after arriving, he was wanted by MI6 – Britain’s foreign intelligence agency – for his alleged role in the kidnapping of British photojournalist John Cantlie and his Dutch colleague Jeroen Oerlemans. Cantlie and Oerlemans were held captive for nine days after they strayed into a jihadist camp in northern Syria where Islam was working.

      Islam maintains he was simply a medic who was not affiliated to any terror groups, but when he returned to the UK in 2013, he was arrested at Heathrow Airport and held in Sussex Police’s specialist counter-terrorism units.

      Islam was charged alongside his younger brother Najul Islam, who had worked in the Department for Work and Pensions before travelling to Syria, and Jubayer Chowdhury. All three were held in the high security Belmarsh Prison until they were charged with terrorism offences to appear in Kingston Crown Court.

      At the time, intelligence officials were quoted as saying their questioning would help trace the killer of journalist James Foley, who was beheaded by the Islamic State (Isis). However, in November 2013, Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) lawyer Mark Dennis announced he was unable to proceed as the witnesses, Cantlie and Oerleman, were unable to attend court.

      “A problem arose for the prosecution which serves to frustrate the trial from the point of view of the prosecution,” Dennis said, according to a BBC report at the time. “The two victims in the case are the two prosecution witnesses on which the case rested wholly on their evidence. The prosecution are unable to call either victim for the purposes of the trial listed today.”…


  2. tampafan says:

    No matter if McCain, Rubio and others rattle sabers on US television – the US is not calling the shots – so to speak – in Syria or anywhere anymore in the ME. No doubt Assad will be retired to Russia without a bloody coup or more war. The Muslim Brotherhood has been kicked to the curb in Egypt, and ISIS insurgents are cornered and will be removed from Iraq, Syria. The Gulf Coast leaders are committed to ending the war, clean up the rubble and bring prosperity and peace to the region. The Mullahs of Iran will be next. Trump is now on the team – Key meetings with Saudi Prince Salman, el-Sisi, Netanyahu. His comments about working together and helping “where needed” is testament to side role. I suspect we are hearing these war-with-Russia-Syria puppets that have to honor their donors. Trump has this.

    What do you suppose Bannon move off National Security Council means??

    Liked by 1 person

    • 3x1 says:

      Bannon off NSC is preemptive response to Rice indictments. Appearances are important.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Dr T says:

        Yes indeed. That’s my take on it also. Let’s see how she likes indictment. She’ll get it . God Bless our President : what a brilliant man. He couldn’t be better if we had scripted him.!!!
        He makes me laugh everyday ! Brilliant brilliant brilliant!!!!!!


  3. 3x1 says:

    Trump may be forced to give the stock “we condemn these attacks” until he gets intel pegging who actually did it.

    With McMaster in charge of information flow, it will have to come through alternate channels.

    The timing is simply to convenient to get Rice out of the spotlight.

    Liked by 1 person

    • IdahoDeplorable says:

      Trump has gone far further than that by saying his opinion of Assad has changed and Abdullah enforcing that. This is very dangerous. It’s sounding like Trump wants to intervene in the Syria now.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Paco Loco says:

      He already called out Assad as the perp. Trumps is being set up by the IC on this to look stupid.


  4. Never Surrender! says:

    This is some scary sheet. It’s bad enough having to worry about foreign countries provocations, but now we have to worry about our OWN people causing these provocations. I hope PTrump has reliable intelligence given to him so he can make good decisions. I really don’t think he would do us wrong on purpose. Now, the others in government…I can’t say that…save a handful…maybe. I trust PTrump to do the right thing as long as the scumbags in the government are not manipulating the intelligence.
    I think PTrump is trying to calmly and carefully drain the swamp, but I fear it may have to be done faster as the swamp creatures have many tentacles. Instead of draining the swamp, it may have to be completely obliterated (figuratively speaking).
    God help us!


  5. Never Surrender! says:

    This is some scary sheet. It’s bad enough having to worry about foreign countries provocations, but now we have to worry about our OWN people causing these provocations. I hope PTrump has reliable intelligence given to him so he can make good decisions. I really don’t think he would do us wrong on purpose. Now, the others in government…I can’t say that…save a handful…maybe. I trust PTrump to do the right thing as long as the scumbags in the government are not manipulating the intelligence.
    I think PTrump is trying to calmly and carefully drain the swamp, but I fear it may have to be done faster as the swamp creatures have many tentacles. Instead of draining the swamp, it may have to be completely obliterated (figuratively speaking).
    God help us!

    Liked by 1 person

  6. David says:

    No Sundance. I respect you but the President is not wrong.
    The only party involved in this war capable of dropping sarin gas from the air is either Assad or Putin. My guess it didn’t have Assad approval but was high enough.


    • IdahoDeplorable says:

      And why exactly would he do that?


    • jakegr says:

      so prove its sarin gas. and state motive for Assad to gas to babies, as the press claims.


    • jeans2nd says:

      David – where would the sarin gas be stored?

      Why would one not think that Assad bombed what was believed to be a “rebel” (read ISIS) weapons deport, that turned out to contain the “rebel’s” (read ISIS) sarin gas?

      Why would Assad risk using sarin gas now, when Assad/Russia is, by all accounts, making good progress defeating the “rebels” (read ISIS)?

      Would it not now be in the “rebels” (read ISIS) best interest to fake another White Helmet “tragedy” to drum up Western sympathy for the “rebel’s” (read ISIS) cause?

      Only “rebels”/ISIS/AQ stand to benefit from your hypothesis.

      What you appear to believe, David, that Assad dropped this sarin gas, just makes no sense. Best regards, David.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Bull Durham says:

      You assume this was aerial gas bombardment.
      Not one sign of that.
      Just like the attack on the humanitarian convoy a few months ago. No sign of aerial bomb blasts.
      SO, your assumption has flaw. Fatal flaw.
      This was gas on the ground in the hands of the worst AQ terrorists.
      Al Nusra would kill anyone, even wiring their little daughters with suicide bombs and blowing them up. (It happened.)

      Liked by 8 people

    • boojum says:

      Read navysquid above. NOT sarin.

      Liked by 5 people

    • navysquid says:

      David you are so wrong. There is NO motivation for Assad to kill his own people. Do you know about the approx 250 people that were just kidnapped from Pro-Assad towns of Madjal and Assad a week or so ago…?? Did you know the SU-22’s (aircraft) used in destroying what was believed to be a missile depot cannot carry the munitions for chemical weapons? Thus the depot must have already had chemicals inside. Or the bodies were already killed and “displayed” on the ground for media effect…we’ve never seen that happen before, have we??

      See here:
      An AFP (al-Qaeda embedded) reporter claims “the smell” hit him when he entered the hospital. He meant the gas smell. But Sarin does not smell at all.

      The White Helmets “rescuers” worked without even basic protection. That pretty much excludes nerve agents like Sarin or they all would be sick or dead by now. The measures they took in the videos would not be helpful to any real victim.

      A reporter from the opposition Orient News tweeted yesterday(!) that they would soon report on a gas attack in that place – “prediction”?!

      The alleged “impact craters” shown on oppo TV of the “bombs” looked more like mortar craters and were in a widely open area. Where were the people when those “bombs” hit?

      The “doctor” who announced the attack first was jailed in UK for allegedly helping to kidnap journos in Syria. He was let go back to Syria (turned to work for MI-6?)

      Attack some civilians when it just won back the cities of Hama and Damascus? Just days before new international talks come up? Just days after Trump Admin said Assad leaving is not the priority No.1?

      Liked by 9 people

    • Mr.Right says:

      And David, are you still hoping that one day we will find Sadams WMD ?


    • Vicvrij says:

      It is a very sad and awfull thing this happened. To solve a crime you always have to look at the motive , I am afraid that neither Putin neither Assad had any motive for this crime unless they wanted to accuse the rebels from the beginning, to have made a false flag operation on their own people. But it seems they were more or less surprised with what happened, while the rebels seemed to have their press alerted form the very moment it happened. Of course the surprise may have been cunningly played by Assads regime. But the fast announcements made by the rebels turn the coin in their direction. So either it was a false flag or a hit of a rebel held depot of stuff that should not have been there –
      We should not forget that thanks to Obama and Putin, Syria agreed to get rid of the poissons after the incidents in 2013 (that never have been clarified) , now it seems that they should have had the agreement of the rebels as well .

      Liked by 3 people

    • David – knowledgable poster above said it wasn’t sarin gas, it is probably chlorine gas.


  7. rashamon says:

    Just exactly who will replace Assad id he is “removed” from Syria? Huh? How well has this worked for us over the years? Huge failure rate seems to be the usual result.

    Liked by 5 people

    • Bull Durham says:

      The goal is not a new central government. It is to balkanize Syria. Break it up into many pieces.

      So, all they need to do is blow him up.


      • jakegr says:

        yes, Yinon Plan. They want to break Syria into three pieces. Probably a kurdish region, a shia/mish mash region, and ISIS held territories will morph into a Sunni region.

        Then West/Israel installs puppet heads of state. The purpose is to prevent any ruler from wielding too much land, and thus, independence and power.


  8. jakegr says:

    This tweet is still a 100% relevant and wise warning, even today:

    Liked by 7 people

    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      Trust me – Donald J. Trump is the LAST person who is going to get fooled on a sketchy WMD accusation.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Mr.Right says:

        I really hope so… what we did in iraq is probably the darkest days in American history.
        If we repeat this in Syria we will never recover and fully join the alliance of evil.

        But I would be really surprised if Trump really did a 180 on Syria… I just hope its posturing to show compassion on the data that was presented to him.

        Because the way this de-escalate, is not the removal of a Asad, but the removal of ISIS and islamic “rebels” in the region.
        I will have to look but it seem Chicago was more dangerous then Syria before the islamic rebels started this war on the Syrian people. Asad didn’t run a model country, but considering the vial ideology in the region he was doing as best of a job as possible.

        And for the people thinking Iran is our #1 enemy… look at the prison history in Guantanamo, look at the last 25,000+ terrorist attacks. Iran is barely represented… The #1 terrorist source is sunni islam (saudi , qatar, etc..)
        ISIS got its root in saudi arabaia, not iran.
        al queada is rooted in saudi arabia, not iran…
        al nustra also rooted in sunni islam / saudi arabia.

        Liked by 2 people

      • Dixie says:

        fingers crossed, wolfmoon.

        Liked by 1 person

  9. jeans2nd says:

    This article below is mostly a realistic look at the mendacity of our Very Fake News. Two things stand out.

    “One possible scenario was that Syrian warplanes bombed a rebel weapons depot where the poison gas was stored, causing the containers to rupture. Another possibility was a staged event by increasingly desperate Al Qaeda jihadists who are known for their disregard for innocent human life.

    “these alternative explanations…are being seriously examined by U.S. intelligence. One source cited the possibility that Turkey had supplied the rebels with the poison gas…for potential use against Kurdish forces operating in northern Syria near the Turkish border or for a terror attack in a government-controlled city like the capital of Damascus.”

    ” Have the American people come to understand enough about “psychological operations” and “strategic communications” that they will finally show the skepticism that no longer exists in the major U.S. news media?”

    If we know this (the first two paragraphs), so does POTUS.
    Perhaps the IC feels less constrained now to provide a honest assessment, rather than a narrative tailored to what Obama wants to hear. One may hope.
    Next move is Assad/Putin’s?

    Your history included in this post should suffice for the American people to understand in order to show skepticism (third paragraph). Thx. Will continue to disseminate.

    Liked by 4 people

    • navysquid says:

      Exactly, Jeans…

      This is NOT about Syria. Think about that. THIS has everything to do with Russia…who is in Syria and has been propping up Assad. Many of the black hats and Military Industrial Complex would love nothing more than to get into a proxy war with Russia in Syria all the while claiming we are there to remove Assad.

      We need people quick to have PDJT re-evaluate his statements and what intel is being briefed to him.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Dixie says:

        After reading at the following link, it appears this is just the tip of the iceberg. It gets worse if this article is correct.

        Liked by 2 people

      • dayallaxeded says:

        Thanks, NS! I’m hoping the strategery is for PDJT to get enough intel/evidence to conclude that Russad didn’t do the dirty deed, then he has cause to fire anyone who gave him embarrasingly bad info, leading to the statements blaming Russad. Another swamp puddle drained!

        But then, I figured the strategy for Iraq was really just to get an easy win under our belts by slamming a country with a hated tyrant that had been under sanctions for 10 years (morale/demonstrate power), then use it for a supply and intel depot for other GME ops (e.g., destabilize Iran; establish secular gummint–that woulda ). Bonus for a Kurdish state. WMDs? “Yellow Cake?” Yeah, whatev!

        Guess one of us shoulda been POTUS before PDJT, so he would have an easier time.


  10. quintrillion says:

    Video al-nusra had sarin gas at time of aleppo attack

    Turkey and isis trying to frame assad. white helmets are working with syrian rebels video

    Liked by 3 people

  11. wolfmoon1776 says:

    Not a false flag. Not a hoax. The Russians figured it out! The Syrians bombed a rebel weapons depot that had CW. It explains the kids, and why they can be touched, then used for easy propaganda. The sarin was released as an improper gas cloud, NOT a proper drop which releases liquid mist. Wounded kids (see the bodies) were then killed by the gas.

    The question is, WHERE did the rebels’ CW come from? THAT is motive.


    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      The Russians admitted that the Syrians bombed the depot, but they didn’t make the connection that the bodies prove what happened. The propaganda of the kids’ bodies isn’t a hoax – it shows that BOTH things are true. The kids were wounded by bombing, but then killed by sarin release. The CW was not dropped – it was badly released by the explosions.

      Deep State had to get out in front of the story and pin it on Assad.


      • navysquid says:

        wolfmoon…you CANNOT enter an area uncovered (no suit protection) that has Sarin gas. That is one purpose of Sarin gas is to make the area uninhabitable as the agent lingers for quite awhile.

        This is highly likely a chlorine gas or mustard attack that was stored in the depot that was believed to be a missile depot. I assess the bodies were brought in for the staging effects as we have seen by AQ – Palestinian types for over a decade.

        Liked by 3 people

        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          But what I’m thinking is that it was NOT a proper release, which normal bursting munitions try to achieve to get that effect. I’m suggesting that it was a very inefficient but still-deadly local release caused by a sizeable, burning, high-temperature area loaded with bursting, leaking containers. NOT a proper dispersal. Inhalation of smoke saturated with toxin would be the primary cause of death. There could be thick clouds of the stuff being released, but it would already be close to the stage of dispersal. The victims would be those who got caught in the smoke – NOT those who came later.


          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            This is why we need to be concentrating on sarin GAS – not dispersed liquid. The volatility is key to my interpretation of what happened.

            From Wikipedia:

            Sarin is an organophosphorus compound with the formula [(CH3)2CHO]CH3P(O)F. (WM –
            note that this is a fairly small, volatile molecule, compared to some of the other nerve agents.)
            It can be lethal even at very low concentrations, where death can occur within one[7][8] to ten minutes after direct inhalation of a lethal dose, due to suffocation from lung muscle paralysis, unless some antidotes, typically atropine and an oxime, such as pralidoxime, are quickly administered.[5] People who absorb a non-lethal dose, but do not receive immediate medical treatment, may suffer permanent neurological damage.

            Sarin has a high volatility (ease with which a liquid can turn into a gas) relative to similar nerve agents, therefore inhalation can be very dangerous and even vapor concentrations may immediately penetrate the skin. A person’s clothing can release sarin for about 30 minutes after it has come in contact with sarin gas, which can lead to exposure of other people.[28]

            (WM – Note that the victims could be touched after a while, due to the same volatility.)


    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      Even go back and listen to the rebels saying it was “not chlorine” (gas). That’s exactly what we should expect. The kids were killed by a gas that was not chlorine – it was sarin volatilized by the bombing. But the bombs should have been conventional.

      Russians and Syrians need to release the bomb camera footage and all data proving a conventional drop. That will prove the CW was on the ground.


      • navysquid says:

        Agreed on the footage…I would like to see that just for Situational Awareness (SA).

        The footage would also likely show if there were people gathered in the area or if the area of the Depot was people-less and then later we see bodies all strewn about the ground will tell us a lot. The big question is WHAT were young kids doing around a Depot that is also nearby a dugout quarry that was being used allegedly by White Hats and their collaborators?

        Liked by 2 people

        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          Yes – lots of sketchy here. And what about satellite footage? No war without release of all satellite footage of the area by all parties. Let’s lay the cards on the table. PROVE there was a chemical drop, and not Jihadi John’s Libyan chemicals on the ground.

          Liked by 1 person

          • 4bleu says:

            What medical person touches all the bodies? The narrator hogs the camera field and then picks up and ‘smells’ the hand of one victim and announces it’s something else. What? What kind of CSI is that? What is being shown is absurd.
            Chemical overdoses like pesticide have vomiting, eyes weeping, red swollen, all sorts of visible skins reactions.
            How many were injected with something? Not the actors, the bodies.

            Liked by 1 person

  12. winky says:

    Trying to understand How PTrump could come to this conclusion about Assad without any proof whatsoever. Assad would not have any motive to do this. It does not make sense to the average prudent person. PTrump must know this……taking out Assad would be the same mistake as taking out Gadaffi or Hussein….BAD MOVE

    Liked by 2 people

  13. dustahl says:

    It makes ZERO sense for Assad to drop chemical weapons at this time. Looks like a desperate move by the neocons, 95% certain

    Liked by 4 people

    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      This is a deep state dodge for THEIR CW (who knows the actual origin) on the ground, getting hit by a Syrian bomb drop on a depot. NOW we have motive. More weapons “lost track of”? Who knows? But the facts fit the Russian explanation already. And they can nail it down if they want to.

      Deep State had to have been ready for this to happen sooner or later. Story was ready to go. It’s too easy. They have been trying to frame Assad all along.


  14. SPMI says:

    When do we hear from Assad himself about what transpired? How soon can we have conclusive proof of what happened? Lets get it straight, let us know, and move on! NOW

    Liked by 2 people

  15. winky says:

    I have looked at many pictures of this attack in Syria and the pictures are suspect. The victims are being handled by people with NO protective gear on…not even gloves on!! I suspect a false flag.

    Liked by 5 people

  16. winky says:

    Given PTrump’s commitment NOT to enter into any confrontation with Russia I really believe that getting into a war with Syria would be a BIG PROBLEM….There is something wrong here. Just trying to figure out why PTrump would do such a 180 on Syria without any proof whatsoever.

    Liked by 1 person

  17. jakegr says:

    I gotta say this is what makes the most sense to me:

    Assad forces bombed a rebel-held depot thought to hold weapons. Turns out it had chlorine that they didn’t know about. Some in the rebel area were injured by the chemicals in the ensuing blast. White Hats decided to take the opportunity to fake many more injuries (with children) and stage photo ops, and claim it was Sarin gas for good measure.

    This is most likely what happened.

    Liked by 1 person

  18. Ejay says:

    Could President Trump’s response to the gas attack actually be about the purpose of getting Gorsuch confirmed and not at all about Syria? I believe he needs McCain to get Gorsuch, rigt?

    Liked by 1 person

    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      McCain will vote Gorsuch no matter what. Gorsuch has appeal from blue dog Dems to #NeverTrump conservatives. I don’t think Gorsuch is a factor here at all.

      My read is that the timing is a fluke. The Syrians bombed a depot that had CW. Very unlikely that they had intel it was there, and if so, they would not do it now.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Ejay says:

        Thank you for your thoughtful reply.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Ejay, glad I read down this far before posting. I totally agree with your comment. I was going to say, “Motive? How about, ‘Mr. President (Trump) you will never get a bill passed in the Senate unless you go along with us!'”

          Remember, our Pres. has a YUGE domestic agenda. Collins and Murkowski are already voting against him on a regular basis. McCain and Graham would take the Repub. “majority” down! 48 votes won’t pass bills. Dems will NOT get on board if/when they smell blood!

          To me, THIS is the crisis with which ALL U.S. Presidents are tested in their first year. Whoever blinks loses.


  19. I hope Trump doesn’t pull a George W. Bush on us. That would be very disappointing.

    Liked by 1 person

  20. YoJoLo says:

    They’re lying about Syria. Here is a short YouTube video clip of Eva K Bartlett schooling a Norwegian journalist as to why the media is lying about Syria. Very informative.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Zen Masta says:

      I remember this video, President Trump would be wise to get counsel from a true expert like her on Syria. Unfortunately we have to expect that Trump is surrounded by neocons who are desperately trying to influence and get him off track. He will figure it out but currently I imagine they are doing a full court press on him from every angle who can he trust that wouldn’t eventually be compromised? From what Roger Stone says even his son in law is feeding information to the wrong people in the media about the administration.

      Liked by 1 person

  21. Tulsi Gabbard‏ on twitter:

    “(2/3) Whoever is found responsible, be it the Syrian govt, al-Qaeda, or ISIS, (all have access to chemical weapons) must be held accountable”

    Liked by 2 people

  22. Denver says:

    You, the author, whoever that might be, HAVE NO FRICKING IDEA who used or didn’t use chemical weapons in Syria.

    You sound like a shill for the Russians.


  23. RM says:

    Brilliant research and analysis Sundance. BRAVO! I hope President Trump reads it but it appears he has set his course. Tragic.


    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      Trump knows what he’s doing. Listen VERY carefully. I know how to read Trump between the lines, and he is totally “woke” on this. Trump is so far ahead of the dopey neocons, they have no clue. It’s HILLARY who is keeping up with Trump. She will escape the fate that awaits the neocons.


  24. Zen Masta says:

    I’ve posted this to President Trump’s Facebook page, if enough people post this article he will read it. Let’s flood this information to him on Facebook, Twitter, etc.


    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      Maybe this has something to do with today’s overhyped job change for Bannon? He likely went against the DeepState grain that blames the Syrian Government for this “chemical weapons attack.”


      • Zen Masta says:

        I would be surprised though if President Trump believes the DeepState given what they have been doing to him. This is also why he should have NEVER gotten rid of Mike Flynn, Flynn could have helped him navigate the pitfalls of the DeepState and tell him the truth about what is really going on around the world. I have doubts about his inner circle I don’t particularly trust them. The only one I trust is Trump and maybe Bannon but I don’t have a clue what is really going on with him..


    • Can’t trust RT right now. Too much at stake. Even if they report 100% truth 99% of the time. This could be that 0.01% time they flat out lie!

      Liked by 1 person

      • Not that I don’t think “atrocities” haven’t been faked. That has been going on for centuries.


      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        I trust the Russians more than Deep State traitors (what I call the “Obama IC”), however the Russians may be tempted to lie their way out or plea bargain and throw Assad under the bus, which would be a mistake if they really think he’s innocent, and if his people didn’t go rogue and use CW. If Assad’s people did go rogue, just turn them over. Easy. He won’t because he can’t because they didn’t do it, is my belief.

        My guess is that the Syrians hit rebel CW munitions in a normal conventional strike. The CW cache was very likely kept DELIBERATELY near civilians, both as human shields to protect it, AND so that it could be used for propaganda if hit.

        If we gave the CW to the rebels, or just let it get to them, it explains a lot. It squares the Benghazi problem.

        The Russians and Syrians can release a sufficient amount of intelligence and camera footage to prove that they are telling the truth. If they do, then the question of who gave the munitions to the rebels comes into focus.

        Also, WE have satellite footage. LOTS of it. If IC says it’s not there, they are probably lying. That’s not good. If they seem to be creating disinfo with it, that’s not good, either.

        Remember Trump asking for raw intelligence? YEAH. We need to support him on that 100%. Trump needs to get past LYING Obama/Hillary/McMuffin analysts.


        Not that we don’t believe the LYING CIA.

        Liked by 3 people

  25. Kaiser Roll says:

    The neocons have shown their true colors again. Nikki Haley is a disgusting warmonger.

    Russia is not the enemy, it is arguably the greatest friend of conservatives in the West. Putin has his problems, I wish he would crack down harder on the corrupt oligarchs and force Iran back to the negotiating table. But he is far better friend than traitors like Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron.

    Liked by 6 people

  26. kallibella says:

    This would be a great and most opportune time for President Trump to build and flesh out his coalition of Arab leaders, some of whom have already visited him at our White House, to relocate as many war refugees and innocent people to safe zones.

    While things get sorted out and President Trump had proof of who is culpable for this attack on civilians, innocent people should be helped to safe zones and strict protective measures be put in place to protect them.

    The previous administration did so much to further evil at the expense of innocent people, many of whom were/are Christians. And now our new president has to navigate through the morass of information, much of which maybe coming to him filtered through the prism of neocons and all out warmongers who salivate with anticipation of a possible belicous encounter between the US and Russia, for one.

    And if Sundance knows how to read the puzzle pieces, we know our president does as well and may be coming to conclusions he won’t telegraph to his antagonists domestic and foreign.


    • joenorthpal says:

      Safe zones is the first step to carving up syria and parcel it out to Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Kurds, and a whole host of others.
      Stop funding Saudi, Israel, Isis, and end the war then send all Syrians back home.

      Liked by 2 people

  27. free2313 says:

    Independent Canadian journalist challenges MSM, explains what actually is going on in Syria
    December 13, 2016

    EVA BARTLETT destroys mainstream media lies. What’s really going on in Syria.
    Published on Dec 14, 2016

    Liked by 1 person

  28. Misleading is what Muslims do. They do what Lucifer does.


  29. Daniel says:

    I am so grateful to you for being willing to say the obvious: Trump is being mis-advised! This obsession with Russia is making it impossible for him to make peace with Russia and causing him to want to prove he isn’t pro Russian. Very sad.


  30. entagor says:

    Doesn’t sound like Sarin to me

    In the sarin attacks on the Tokyo subway, people had vision and neurological problems, but the gas was poorly distributed, so not many deaths in the humdreds of victims. Yet, while there were few deaths, 20% of medical staff treating the patients were affected by the Sarin on the victims.

    Depending on temperature and humidity Sarin can persist minutes, or hours. I can’t imagine medics touching victims unprotected.

    Sarin blocks acetlycholinesterase which is needed to counteract acetyl choline required for nerve function.
    main page:

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  31. Timmy-the-Ute says:


  32. 4bleu says:

    It’s a complete farce of a video.
    The star of the production has watched too many Bear Grylls shows. Lookatme lookatme lookatthat lookatme lookatme watchmeeatagrub watchmesniffagasvictim lookatme *sniff*


  33. Thankyou for this information. I now understand why your site is so popular now: it provides so much great stuff!

    Liked by 1 person

  34. agentcommonsense says:

    I think everything here is spot on. This is exactly what is happening, the only thing is we don’t have to worry that our President is being duped, he has it all under control and while he is taking care of the problem pretty sure some more swamp is going to be cleaned too !


  35. Assad was winning in Syria. His war was almost over. Tillerson said that they were not going to try to force Assad to step down and would let the Syrian people decide. On the heels of those two things, Assad decides to use chemical weapons to kill his people, including children. Who believes these stories? Anyone? Incidentally, did anyone notice that there is no statement from Assad in the western media? Hey, if it doesn’t agree with the narrative, just omit it!

    Liked by 1 person

  36. JPL says:

    If it was a false flag, and they have witnesses claiming it was a CW airstrike followed by an airstrike on a hospital – where was America’s Secret MiG Squadron yesterday?


  37. JPL says:

    Anyway, even if witnesses saw aircraft around the time the rocket hit the village, it doesn’t prove the aircraft launched the rocket. We’ve seen this type of false flag before. It’s a no brainer. Al Nusra launches their CW rocket from a local launcher just as the Syrian Air Force is flying over. Way simpler than a sidewalk juggling trick. Operation Northwoods involved a similar deception.

    Seymour Hersh showed in 2013 that the Ghouta attack that ALMOST led to US airstrikes was carried out by Al Nusra.

    Liked by 1 person

  38. Trump put too much faith in way too many of the wrong people.
    We sent him to DRAIN THE SWAMP, not fill it full of fresh water!
    Even from way back here in the cheap seats of flyover country I can see Assad had zero reason to do what he is accused of doing.
    First it was Ryandcare. Then after that died, behind the scenes you have Pense out there trying to resell it, fluff it up and get it going again.
    Now there’s blowing up some base in Syria because of “the children”.
    At this rate Trump is going to be a one and done by those who put him in, in the first place.


  39. mnlakes says:

    British reporter Anthony Loyd recounts in The Times (UK) his reaction when he saw his former Syrian “rebel” kidnapper Hakim Abu Jamal, aka Abdel Hakim al-Yaseen and Hakim Anza, celebrating a victory in northern Syria two weeks ago as part of a supposedly CIA-vetted “moderate” rebel group.


  40. embbblog says:

    I know this sounds like click bait. I am cynical and have never posted in all caps before, but…. GLOBALIST ELITIST DEMOCRATS ARE TRYING TO PURGE STEVE BANNON FROM the White House ASAP. PLEASE check out twitter sites of Lee Stranahan (or Mike Cernovich or Jack Prosobiec).

    Breitbart seems to have sold out. Their puff piece on Dina Powell didn’t mention her close ties to Valerie Jarrett.

    Breitbart DID mention Dina Powell was in Michelle Obama’s video to get women to vote for HRC: women. I HOPE SOMEBODY FORWARDS A LINK TO THIS VIDEO TO PRES TRUMP as well as links to other info about Dina Powell and Gary Cohn.


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