Al-Qaeda: Our freedom-loving allies in Syria
It didn't take long for the Trump Administration to decide that false-flag operations were only conspiracy theories when it was convenient.
A new White House statement on the incident, scheduled for today, will say a so-called chlorine attack on Nov. 24 was essentially a false-flag operation.
The statement, which reflects the view of U.S. intelligence agencies and was shared with me before its release, says it was not a chlorine gas attack at all, but rather tear gas. What’s more, the U.S. now has “credible information that pro-regime forces” probably used it against Syrian civilians in northwestern Aleppo. It says they are “blaming the attack on opposition and extremist groups to undermine confidence in the ceasefire in Idlib.”
Yeh, what's the point of waiting for the official investigation, amirite?
I especially like how this article ends.
In Syria’s civil war, there is only one side gassing civilians: the government. The White House’s new report makes that abundantly clear. The regime and the rebels are not equally guilty, and anyone who says so is only emboldening the side actually using chemical weapons.
LOL! There are literally dozens of documented cases of the rebels using chemical weapons.
So pointing out the obvious makes one an Assad puppet now.
Remember when "they hated us for our freedom"?
Well, those days are past. The New Yorker's recent article, titled Syria’s Last Bastion of Freedom, put the idea to rest.
The article was about a town in Idlib. The province of Idlib is dominated by al-Qaeda.
Recently, al-Nusra Front/HTS spokesman Abu Khaled elaborated in an interview.
In the video, Khaled states that “all factions” within the Idlib province have now formed a “joint operations room” to plan military operations, increase military readiness, and strike any person who seeks to contact “the [Syrian] regime or its Russian cronies” with an “iron fist.” Khaled added that this cooperation includes “all factions [in Idlib] without exemption” and that this was the “first time” that all Idlib rebels had united under one banner.
U.S. special envoy Brett McGurk called Idlib “the largest Al Qaeda safe haven since 9/11.”
So we have a huge al-Qaeda safe haven launching chemical attacks on civilians. What do you think the Trump Administration's response would be to Assad destroying that terrorist safe haven?
The Trump administration now seems poised to launch an attack on the Syrian government in response to any type of military operation targeting Syria’s Idlib province, according to U.S. Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley. Speaking on Fox News on Wednesday, Haley stated that any Syrian attack on Idlib, regardless of whether or not chemical weapons are allegedly used, would be “dealt with” and provoke a U.S. response, before ominously warning the Syrian government, “Don’t test us again.”
The United States is now al-Qaeda's air force.
And that's just the start. We are now floating the idea of a no-fly zone for Idlib.