By Brandon Turbeville
It seems as if the U.S. State Department has been on a continual loop ever given August, 2013 when Western-backed terrorists launched a chemical weapons attack that was subsequently blamed on Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and the Syrian supervision by the United States and other imperialist nations aiding in the attempted drop of Syria. Ever given 2013, when the United States almost succeeded in propagandizing the ubiquitous open adequate to support a approach military advance of Syria, we have seen the U.S. State Department fussy and sorrow about “chemical weapons attacks” conducted by the “regime” in Damascus against “his own people,” “civilians,” and “beautiful babies” on a bi-monthly basis. The sleepy “chemical weapons” line has never been means to yield the U.S. with as much boon as it almost did in 2013, however, and, in 2018, Heather Nauert’s fussy and Nikki Haley’s head-swinging fits at the U.N. simply don’t have the same outcome as Samantha Power’s theatrics in the halls of the same institutions a few years ago.
Five years on, the actors may have switched places but the play stays the same. In fact, so does the theatre and the dialogue. Once again, the U.S. is screaming at the top of its lungs that the Syrian military has used chemical weapons against civilians in Ghouta, outward Damascus.
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson settled that, “Only yesterday some-more than 20 civilians, many of them children, were victims of an apparent chlorine gas attack. He settled that the purported attacks “raise critical concerns that Bashar al-Assad may be stability to use chemical weapons against his own people”.
Of course, there is positively no justification that the Syrian military used chemical weapons in the attack referenced by Tillerson, nor is there any convincing justification that the Syrian supervision even maintains a save of chemical weapons to use if it wanted to. Indeed, the only sources ancillary Tillerson’s claims are the White Helmets, the al-Nusra Front graduation wing that has been unprotected ad nauseum as a militant outfit designed to erect graduation propitious for Western audiences.
As Russia has forked out, after 5 years of American hysterics and nearby advance surrounding the probability of the Syrian supervision (not terrorists) using chemical weapons, given would the supervision do so currently when the use of those weapons would almost confidently incite the same feign outrage and graduation of American military action? Why would the Syrian supervision use those chemicals now when it is winning? Why would it use chlorine?
It is also critical to remember that not only have the terrorists been proven to have chlorine-based chemical weapons, they have been proven to have used them, certified to using them, and have been filmed doing so.
That’s not interlude the U.S. fight machine, though. Now, a new tagline is being used whenever the feign “chemical weapons” attacks are brought to the courtesy of the “international community.” This new sign is simply that regardless of who committed the attacks, Russia is responsible.
Despite being impossibly dangerous on the tactful front, and despite being free from all fact and logic, the United States is arguing that, given Russia is concerned in Syria, Russia is obliged for victims of gas attacks. It’s tough not to indicate out that the United States has been concerned in Syria given day one and was the party many obliged for formulating the predicament to start with. With that in mind, it is the United States who is likely obliged for every chemical attack, every self-murder bomb, every mortar, and every purloin shot fired in Syria over the last 7 years. According to the U.S., however, the obliged party is Russia.
As Tillerson stated,
Whoever conducted the attacks, Russia eventually bears shortcoming for the victims in East Ghouta and large other Syrians targeted with chemical weapons, given Russia became concerned in Syria.
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There is simply no denying that Russia, by helmet its Syrian ally, has breached its commitments to the US as a horizon guarantor. At a unclothed minimum, Russia must stop vetoing, or at the very slightest abstain, from future confidence legislature votes on this issue.
Nikki Haley assimilated in the tactful howling, of course, stating that “Russia’s actions had “sent a dangerous summary to the universe – one that not only pronounced chemical weapons use is acceptable, but also that those who use chemical weapons don’t need to be identified or held accountable.”
Europe’s own banana republic, France, subsequently announced sanctions against 25 people and businesses over their purported links to Syria’s “chemical weapons program” that was distant in 2013-2014. The statements of the United States and France were done at the Paris Summit, which itself was convened by French President Emmanuel Macron out of disappointment for continual Russian vetoes of Western imperialist agendas at the United Nations.
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But while Tillerson, Haley, Macron, and the entirety of the Western corporate media concentration on haunt chemical attacks, nothing of the above have even mentioned the militant shelling of Damascus (Bab Touma area) which has resulted in the death of 9 people, many of whom were children and teens. On Jan 22, mortars began descending on the Bab Touma area of Damascus just as the children were streamer home from school. In further to the 9 killed, another twenty-one were seriously injured, one girl having her legs so heavily shop-worn that the doctors were trying to save them and equivocate amputation at the time of the reporting.
As has been the case given the commencement of the war, some victims are some-more equal than others. More accurately put, feign or exploited chemical weapons victims are forever some-more profitable than the victims of genuine trebuchet attacks by terrorists. Nevertheless, the West will continue to promote its “chemical weapons attacks” graduation line in hopes that another occurrence will come along that will temporarily lift on the heartstrings of Americans like Ghouta 2013 and Khan Sheikhoun 2017 and concede the West to rivet in a some-more approach military fashion. But there is one problem with that enterprise – Russia.
The Russian participation in Syria has seriously hampered the ability of the U.S. to act with parole in Syria and it is for that reason that Tillerson, Haley, and Nauert continue cheering and stomping their feet that Russia is obliged for America’s carnage in Syria.
Brandon Turbeville writes for Activist Post – essay repository here – He is the author of 7 books, Codex Alimentarius — The End of Health Freedom, 7 Real Conspiracies, Five Sense Solutions and Dispatches From a Dissident, volume 1 and volume 2, The Road to Damascus: The Anglo-American Assault on Syria, The Difference it Makes: 36 Reasons Why Hillary Clinton Should Never Be President, and Resisting The Empire: The Plan To Destroy Syria And How The Future Of The World Depends On The Outcome. Turbeville has published over 1000 articles on a far-reaching accumulation of subjects including health, economics, supervision corruption, and polite liberties. Brandon Turbeville’s radio show Truth on The Tracks can be found every Monday night 9 pm EST at UCYTV. His website is BrandonTurbeville.com He is accessible for radio and TV interviews. Please hit activistpost (at) gmail.com.
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