One week ago, United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley announced at a press conference that the U.S. is no longer going to focus on “getting Assad out.” That same day, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told reporters at a press conference in Turkey that Assad’s long-term status “will be decided by the Syrian people.”
How convenient that suddenly on Tuesday, there was a chemical weapon attack in Syria’s Idlib province that U.S. intelligence agencies said has the “fingerprints” of the Assad regime. Assad had zero motive to bomb his own people with chemical weapons, when Syria is more stable today thanks to Russia than it is been in many years. In 2013, a similar attack that U.S. intelligence blamed on Assad turned out to be a false flag attack by terrorist groups that the U.S. calls “moderate rebels.”
The U.S. mainstream media on Wednesday was busy deceiving the American public by stating as fact that the Assad regime was behind this attack, without having any proof as to what really occurred and who truly is responsible. Most likely, the attack was carried out by Al Qaeda or Isis with the support of the Deep State – to force President Trump to change his position on Assad. If Trump doesn’t go along with the Deep State agenda by expressing outrage about Assad and escalating the war in Syria, the mainstream media will say that it’s proof of Trump being in with Putin.
After the 2013 false flag chemical weapon attack, Trump tweeted, “We should stay the hell out of Syria, the ‘rebels’ are just as bad as the current regime. WHAT WILL WE GET FOR OUR LIVES AND $ BILLIONS?” Trump was 100% correct back then and we pray that he doesn’t allow himself to be manipulated by the neocon warmongers in the Deep State and mainstream media who are thirsty for more blood in Syria and obsessed with regime change, which would only turn Damascus into another Aleppo and risk nuclear war with Russia.
All the way back in 2006 when Syria was a completely stable nation with a strong economy, the Deep State began planning how to create the crisis that exists today. The situation in Syria today is not a failure of U.S. foreign policy, but a success of U.S. foreign policy, because it is exactly what the Deep State planned: click here to see for yourself.
Only if the U.S. completely left Syria and allowed Russia to handle the situation – will there ever be peace in Syria. The Deep State doesn’t want peace in Syria. Their priority is for the Military Industrial Complex to continue profiting $700 billion+ per year while bankrupting our nation and ensuring future U.S. hyperinflation.