by Ruby Henley
Please see update at end of Part 1 –
Washington is at pause for the moment. Alex Jones went to Washington and met with President Trump on April 10, 2018. He told President Trump not to strike Syria and enter into war with Russia.
Russia’s Defense Ministry says “US instructors” trained militants to stage false flag chemical attacks in south Syria. The incidents are said to be a pretext for airstrikes on Syria. I think most of us in the US suspected this. I think we accept this as the truth.
“We have reliable information at our disposal that US instructors have trained a number of militant groups in the vicinity of the town of At-Tanf, to stage provocations involving chemical warfare agents in southern Syria,” Russian General Staff spokesman General Sergey Rudskoy said.
“Early in March, the saboteur groups were deployed to the southern de-escalation zone to the city of Deraa, where the units of the so-called Free Syrian Army are stationed.”
President Trump tweeted the following:
Donald J. Trump
Never said when an attack on Syria would take place. Could be very soon or not so soon at all! In any event, the United States, under my Administration, has done a great job of ridding the region of ISIS. Where is our “Thank you America?”
6:15 AM · Apr 12, 2018
He, also, tweeted this:
On Yom HaShoah we remember the six million Jews slaughtered in the Holocaust. With each passing year, our duty to remember this atrocity increases as we pledge #NeverAgain. #HolocaustRemembranceDay
In the below video Roy Potter, who is informed from those in US Intelligence, says the war has been diverted for now. I will take it as good nows, and pray for more.
Potter said that Trump should never tweet about war, and as citizens we have to stand up and say, don’t do this, President Trump. Actually Alex Jones went to Washington to tell Trump that very thing, and I think he influenced Trump
Mattis has announced he is assessing the situation, so that is good news.
Is President Trump trying to take the focus off the situations around him? If he is, he should not be threatening Russia to do it.
He worked hard with Russia to rid Syria of ISIS, and it worked! To go back in will only encourage ISIS to refill Syria.
Thank you so much, President Trump. Do not listen to John Bolton or John McCain!
Do not listen to Saudi Arabia or Israel. Israel has already attacked Syria – let them be the bad guys – let them piss off Putin.
We do not want to get on Putin’s bad side – he is well equipped to take us on and destroy us.
Please pray, America, as we are on a fence right now, and we do not want to cross over into hell.
Why would President Trump do this?
1)His family is being threatened by the Deep State.
3)Israel, Saudi Arabia, and John McCain and other warhawks want war.
4)Gain favor with the Deep State
However, if he moves ahead with war, he will lose his supporters. He will lose me, and I will be sorry I ever said anything positive about him.
Pray for enlightenment in President Trump’s mind. Please pray for his family, as we do not know what danger they are under.
Before closing, I want to cover what one man, Nigel Farage, says about why President Trump is doing.
“But we are in a very odd place where Donald J Trump who in 2013 18 times tweeted at Obama ‘don’t get involved in the war in Syria, it would be a mad and dangerous thing to do’.
“And yet, today, with similar circumstances albeit slightly more serious ones, it’s Trump that it’s been talking in a pretty hawkish way.
“He often does this to get concessions. He said to North Korea ‘my button is bigger than yours’ and apparently we’re now going to have talks.
“He’s been threatening China on trade, they’re beginning to make concessions.”
“He’s used, on the world’s stage, to play his hand of cards, this tough hand of cards, and getting concessions.
“But I, as a Trump supporter, am pretty worried by one or two things that he said.”
Donald Trump promised forceful action on Monday in response to the suspected Syrian poison gas attack that killed at least 60 people and injured more than 1,000 others.
Reports suggested more than 500 people, mostly women and children, were taken to medical centres with difficulty breathing, foaming at the mouth and burning sensations in the eyes.
UPDATE – While finishing this report, I found the following _
Eastern Ghouta resident: ‘Missiles are dropping like rain’
Over 200 people have been killed in the rebel-held region outside of Damascus, Syria.
The UN has warned that the situation there is “spiralling out of control”.