Saturday, April 08, 2017

Syria Sarin Gas Attacks: Yes, Déjà Vu, Again ('Cept For The 59 Tomahawk Missiles)

DEJA VU!! Or, Vuja De!* (*Or, something like that... IF you don't count the 59 Tomahawk Missiles our trigger-fingered Twitterer-in-chief fired at one, little, Syrian airstrip. But, then, you can't not count those. Especially at $1.59 Mil+ a pop (or, "... a KABOOOOM"). (Excerpted from: Seymour Hersh’s article, in the London Review of Books, on 17 April 2014, titled “The Red Line and the Rat Line: Seymour M. Hersh on Obama, Erdoğan and the Syrian rebels.”)

"... after the sarin attack on the Damascus suburb of Ghouta (August of 2013)
, he (President Obama) was ready to launch an allied air strike... to punish the Syrian government (Assad) for allegedly crossing the ‘red line’ he had set in 2012 on the use of chemical weapons." "Then, with less than two days to go before the planned strike, he announced that he would seek congressional approval for the intervention. The strike was postponed as Congress prepared for hearings, and subsequently cancelled when Obama accepted Assad’s offer to * relinquish his chemical arsenal * in a deal brokered by Russia." "In 2011 Barack Obama led an allied military intervention in Libya without consulting the US Congress. Why did Obama delay and then relent on Syria when he was not shy about rushing into Libya?" (*Please Pay Close Attention To THIS*) "Obama’s change of mind had its origins at Porton Down, the defence laboratory in Wiltshire. British intelligence had obtained a sample of the sarin used in the 21 August attack and analysis demonstrated that the gas used didn’t match the batches known to exist in the Syrian army’s chemical weapons arsenal."

Re: The recent Idlib Sarin gas attack:
"Cough, cough, False Flag!, cough, cough!"* (*And, not even an Original one!) *Please Note: The news-report that the famed investigative journalist Seymour Hersh could not find an American publisher for, and that was consequently published only in Britain, has now been publicly confirmed by a research study into the matter, a study whose findings were made public on October 21st (2015) by a committee of Turkey’s parliament and published that day in Turkey’s leading newspaper, Zaman.

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