Pulitzer Prize Winning Journalist: Hillary Approved Sending Sarin Gas to Rebels to Frame Assad, Start Syrian War… Chris Hedges: It’s Our Bombs, Not Trump’s Comments, that Fuel Hatred Towards the United States

In April of 2013, Britain and France informed the United Nations that there was credible evidence that Syria used chemical weapons against rebel forces. Only two months later, in June of 2013, the United States concluded that the Syrian government did, in fact, use chemical weapons in its fight against opposition forces. President Obama immediately used this chemical attack as a pretext for invasion and authorized direct U.S. military support to the rebels, according to the White House.
Since the US has been funding these ‘moderate rebels’ more than 250,000 people have been killed, over 7,600,000 have been internally displaced, and 4,000,000 other human beings have been forced from the country entirely.
All of this death and destruction carried out by a sadistic army of rebels who’ve been funded and armed by the United States government, based on, what we are now told, was a complete fabrication.
World renowned journalist Seymour Hersh has revealed, in a series of interviews and books, that the Obama Administration falsely blamed the government of Syria’s Bashar al-Assad for the sarin gas attack that Obama was trying to use as an excuse to invade Syria.
As Eric Zuesse explained in Strategic Culture, Hersh pointed to a report from British intelligence saying that the sarin that was used didn’t come from Assad’s stockpiles. Hersh also said that a secret agreement in 2012 was reached between the Obama Administration and the leaders of Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and Qatar, to set up a sarin gas attack and blame it on Assad so that the US could invade and overthrow Assad.

www.dcclothesline.com/2016/05/03/pulitzer-prize-winning-journalist-hillary-approved-sending-sarin-gas-to-rebels-to-frame-assad-start-syrian-war/
 

German FM warns of global confrontation, Israel pushing for confrontation between America and Russia

All chronologically detailed since 2012 and people know, they just don’t care!
 

Free Syrian Army is a military coup….
The Free Syrian Army is the main opposition army group in Syria. It is composed of defected Syrian Armed Forces personnel, who have been active during the Syrian Uprising. The formation of the opposition army group was announced on 29 July 2011 in a web video released by a group of uniformed defectors from the Syrian military, who called upon members of the army to defect and join them. The leader of the men, who identified himself as Colonel Riad al-Asaad, announced that the FSA would work with demonstrators to bring down the system and declared that all security forces attacking civilians are justified targets. Riad al-Asaad has stated that the Free Syrian Army has no political goals except the liberation of Syria from Bashar Assad’s government. The FSA has also stated that the conflict is not sectarian, and that they have in their ranks Alawis who oppose the government, and that there will be no reprisals when it falls. On 23 September 2011, the Free Syrian Army merged with the Free Officers Movement and became the main opposition army group. By early December, there were an estimated 15,000 to 25,000 defectors from the armed forces according to activist and media sources, western intelligence sources estimated greater than 10,000 defectors, By the middle of January, the Free Syrian Army reported because of continuing defections a total of 40,000 men in its ranks. The actual number of soldiers defecting to the Free Syrian Army is unknown.
Explaining The Syrian Uprising (part of the Arab spring)
Goals –
Resignation of Bashar al-Assad
Democratic reforms
Regime change
Expanded civil rights
Recognition of Kurdish rights
Abolition of the Supreme State Security Court
Lifting of the emergency law
Characteristics –
Assassinations (government claim)
Civil resistance
Calls for sanctions
Demonstrations
General Strikes
Hacktivism
Hunger strikes
Insurgency by defectors
Mutiny Self-immolations
Suicide bombings (disputed, government claim) Sit-ins
Violent resistance in Homs (beginning in September), Hama, Daraa, Idlib, Douma, Zabadani, Saqba, rural Damascus, and Rankous.
Concessions given –
Emergency law lifted
Supreme State Security Court abolished
5,994 political prisoners released out of 30,000 detained
General amnesty from 15 March 2011 – 31 January 2012
Local administration reformed
Tax cuts
Increase in public sector salary
Citizenship granted to Kurds
So the Syrian government has given into all their demands except the president himself stepping down… what!!! you say, thats correct all the concessions are meeting the demands of the Free Syrian Army (FSA)
So why the military coup is still active?
Simply because of one man President Assad.
Now the FSA, have about 40,000 active members amongst it’s ranks…
The population of Syria is 22,000,000 people.
The president is responsible for the safety of 22,000,000 people.
Think about this, if a president has given concessions based on the FSA demands, all that is left is the rest of the 22,000,000 millions he needs to keep safe.
Free Syrian Army is attacking and defying the government and taking on the Syrian Army, the Syrian Army is in charge of protecting the interests of government and people of Syria.
It’s their doctrine to uphold the current Syrian regime…
President Assad has promised and is delivering on a more democratic infrastructure shifting from the old days to the new, effectively listening to the needs and wants of the Arab Spring movement..
Now I want to put this into perspective, if the government of any country is being overthrown by a faction of ex-military personnel, then violence will ensue, and civilians will get caught in the middle.
People blame Hamas for hiding within civilians when they are attacked using “Human Shields” as part of thief tactics. Well the free Syrian Army is doing exactly the same. They continue to threaten and attack the majority of Syria and that’s a fact.
Assad has no choice but to tackle this situation head on, the Syrian army are defending their government infrastructure and military institutions…
Now CNN and the UN fully back the Free Syrian Army, for reasons unknown to me…. most of you probably come to the same conclusion of possibility like me, from what I can see some outside influences have infiltrated themselves into the FSA, groups like the Muslim brotherhood and possibly al-Qaeda insurgents hell bent of utilizing the situation for their own purposes. However the latter I doubt, because I have always thought of al-Qaeda as a non existent group… I really don’t know why a military coup by a minority is gaining so much support, if anything they are terrorizing Syria and using it’s locals as bait to draw the outside world into supporting a cause for regime change…
Who does that support outside of Syria?
Is this situation benefiting certain groups with a possible Iran invasion on the cards?
All you have to ask yourself is that if a military coup of minority was happening on your country and they tried taking over the leadership, Wouldn’t the areas of occupation by the minority forces be under the threat of violence and conflict?

www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free_Syrian_Army
www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Syria
URGENT: MSM Syria Lies NEED TO BE EXPOSED…Before It’s Too Late
OCTOBER 10, 2016
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By James Corbett
The world once again finds itself hurtling to the brink of war, and once again the establishment mouthpiece puppet propaganda media is leading the charge. This time around their lies defy description. In the sick world of the would-be warmongers, child beheading terrorist scum are now the heroes. The blood of the innocents that spill from here on in covers the hands of the mainstream media propagandists.

Very interesting at the 10 min mark where the now ex general says in 2007 that America are going to ‘take out’ 7 countries in 5 years, starting with Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan & finishing with Iran. Well the countries aren’t in that exact order but it looks like they’re in the middle of what they set out to do

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