Trump’s False Flag Sarin Attack – A Gift to Terrorists and a Kick to International Law


Media outlets in the West are raising speculation that the United States is about to attack Syria again.

They argue that the White House has issued a statement accusing the Syrian government of conducting “potential preparations for another chemical weapons attack,” claiming that such an attack would involve the “mass murder of civilians, including innocent children.”

The report threatens to make the Syrian government and military “pay a heavy price,” with press outlets suggesting that the statement was only issued to lay the groundwork for a new round of US attacks on Syrian government targets. That’s not all:

1) Trump painted himself into a corner with his decision to bomb Syria when he deliberately fell for the first false flag sarin attack on April 6. He authorized Tomahawk missile strike on Shayrat Air Base in central Syria in retaliation for what he claimed was a deadly nerve agent attack carried out by the Syrian government two days earlier in the terror-held town of Khan Sheikhoun. Trump issued the order despite having been warned by the US intelligence community that it had found no evidence that the Syrians had used a chemical weapon.

2) Trump is planning the next faked attack and he will have no choice but to bomb again. He is incapable of saying this is not a humanitarian campaign. It’s a gift to the US-backed terror groups, which are losing big time in Syria. The core of the attack seems to keep the unwinnable war going. This, too, is disguised.

3) One major deception. Proponents of the shameful attack say it would continue to protect people with preexisting conditions. But the attack will allow the United States to kick the International Law, including the International Humanitarian Law. Washington says this time it would be even “harder” – read crueler.

4) Will the world public find out? Not if they don’t know the truth behind the last attack, when the US fired 49 cruise missiles at the Syrian air base. The attack was carried out despite reports ultimately showing that the US intelligence community found no evidence a chemical weapon attack took place. The White House statement ignored that revelation, and presented the early April incident as a “chemical weapons attack” just like the one they now believe to be imminent. Since the Trump White House is very keen to present what they did in April as justified, it would not be surprising if they did so again.

5) The available intelligence made clear that the Syrians had targeted a terrorist meeting site on April 4 using a Russian-supplied guided bomb equipped with conventional explosives. Some American military and intelligence officials were especially distressed by Trump’s determination to ignore the evidence. In their words, “None of this makes any sense. We KNOW that there was no chemical attack.”

6) Trump will continue to ignore the next evidence too, because there are other parties to this unwinnable war: Saudi Arabia and Israel. Trump is particularly keen to appease the Saudis for he has signed an arms deal with Riyadh worth over $110 billion.

7) Any new attack would be particularly risky now, coming amid Russian warnings that the US needs to stop attacking Syrian government targets. It also comes just hours after US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson spoke with Russia’s Foreign Minister about a ceasefire, which seems a particularly inopportune time to attack.

Against this backdrop, expect the media in the West once again to be saturated with faked photographs and videos from some unfortunate town in Syria. Pictures of dead and dying victims, allegedly suffering from the symptoms of nerve gas poisoning, will also be uploaded to social media by terrorists, including the White Helmets, a first responder group known for its close association with the foreign-backed terrorists. A large number of White Helmets have proved to be Al-Nusra terrorists.

As always, the provenance of the photos will not be clear and no international observers will be allowed to inspect the faked site. This will all work hand in hand to hype the popular assumption worldwide that this is a deliberate use of the nerve agent sarin, authorized by the Syrian government. To the dismay of many senior members of his national security team, Trump will then endorse that manufactured assumption by issuing a statement within hours of the faked attack, authorizing another illegal Tomahawk missile strike on Syria.

The lingering concern is that the terrorist groups will once again get everything they want out of their faked Syrian nerve gas ploy. The White House has already upped the ante and issued a statement accusing the Syrian government of conducting “potential preparations for another chemical weapons attack.” This gives enough time to Washington’s terror proxies to plan the next faked attack.