Why the Syrian Gas Attack Is Probably Fake

Colin Liddell

Dirty tricks are like favourite records: play them too much and they get jaded. We haven’t heard about gas attacks in Syria for some time, but now, once again, the media — and, sadly, the Trump administration — is in overdrive about what is claimed to be a gas attack on the Syrian town of Khan Sheikoun by the Assad government.

First of all, the use of gas should not be regarded as particularly “evil” in a war that has also seen bombing and shelling of civilian areas as a matter of course, not to mention all the refinements to cruelty that ISIS and their like have introduced. But it is. We get it. Gas is “evil,” and you’re very, very bad if you use it. OK? So, stop!

But this means that gas attacks are also an extremely useful means of propaganda — but only if your opponents are seen to do them. In fact, this negative propaganda effect totally outweighs gas’s military benefits. And, yes, using gas may have military benefits, although in this case it’s hard to see how any possible benefits could outweigh the costs in terms of increasing the level of Western hostility.

An important precedent is the major gas attack, apparently by sarin rockets, that took place in the Damascus suburb of Ghouta in 2013 in which from between 350 and 1,400 people died.

Now, horrific as the attack was, there was a certain logic in it that made blaming the Syrian government plausible. The Syrian army was fighting street-to-street, house-to-house, trying to recapture urban territory, which any professional soldier can tell you is a nightmare for soldiers and civilian population alike. A way round this would be to use gas to clear out nests of entrenched opposition to make advances and pacification possible. Not ideal, obviously, but a way to break the deadlock and get a result. So, when the Ghouta attacks happened they at least made sense in a basic military tactical sense.

But any gains in this respect — and there weren’t many, as four years later Ghouta is still held by anti-Assad rebels — were soon outweighed by the negative international and diplomatic backlash, with the Obama and Cameron governments using the “propaganda” value of the attacks to push for military intervention.

Only strong countermeasures by the Russians, who claimed the attacks were false flag attacks designed to prepare the way for Western intervention, and a strong Russian commitment to support Assad, prevented this gas attack — false flag or not — becoming the death knell of the Assad government. Indeed, it is at least highly doubtful (see also here) that the attack was carried out by the Assad government.

Obviously gas attacks are an extremely risky and inefficient option for anyone, but especially the Assad government, so it simply doesn’t make sense that they would do this on purpose now. In fact there are a whole list of reasons why this couldn’t be a willful use of poison gas by the Assad government.

First, there’s the fact that Nikki Haley, the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, told reporters on March 30 that removing Assad was no longer a priority for the US:

You pick and choose your battles and when we’re looking at this, it’s about changing up priorities and our priority is no longer to sit there and focus on getting Assad out…

Do we think he’s a hindrance? Yes. Are we going to sit there and focus on getting him out? No. What we are going to focus on is putting the pressure in there so that we can start to make a change in Syria…

We can’t necessarily focus on Assad the way that the previous administration did…Our priority is to really look at how do we get things done, who do we need to work with to really make a difference for the people in Syria.

Given this, why would Assad risk the displeasure of the United States by doing something that reinforces the image presented by much of the media that he is a prime candidate for regime change? Why give fuel to Trump’s many critics by putting him in a difficult situation when he has just given you a free pass? On the other hand, if you really want renewed US effort to topple Assad, a false flag gas attack is just the ticket. Trump, under pressure from the media and many Republicans, may decide to change his mind and opt for a military confrontation.

So it’s no surprise that the neocon media immediately concluded that Assad was responsible. Michael Warren, writing in The Weekly Standardhopes that the attack will change Trump’s policy toward Syria. For Neocon Jonathan Tobin, writing in National Review, it’s certain that Assad did it, and he wants to use this event to go after the neocons’ bête noire, Russia:

The Syrian government dropped a poison-gas bomb on a hospital, taking the lives of dozens, including eleven children. … This is a moment for the president, who is not generally shy about sounding off on his views of the world, to say something that puts the onus on Putin for Assad’s atrocities and makes clear that the U.S. won’t continue to turn a blind eye to the horror there.

Like 9-11, the gas attack is exactly the sort of thing the neocons want in order to panic the US into military intervention by providing a powerful moral rationale. Remember the moral opprobrium attached to Saddam Hussein that was so important in selling the disastrous Iraq war to the American people? Assad’s supposed gas attack on children in a hospital paints him as the epitome of evil.

And of course neocon favorites Senators John McCain and Lindsay Graham condemned the move. McCain‘s reasoning was that Trump, by de-prioritizing toppling the Assad regime, had encouraged Assad.

I’m sure they are encouraged to know the United States is withdrawing and seeking a new arrangement with the Russians. It is another disgraceful chapter in American history and it was predictable.

Sorry, but it seems ridiculous to try to launch a gas attack that kills a few dozen people in a civil war that has already killed between 321,000-400,000 people  when it will be condemned by virtually everyone and has been used in the past as a pretext for US involvement. How could such a small-scale attack yield a strategic advantage? How can attacking a hospital and killing children have any military benefit at all?

There’s also the location. Khan Sheikoun is not on the front line. It is well in the rear, at least 10 miles from where the fighting is taking place, and ten miles is an enormous distance in this war where front lines have been moving slowly for years. This is clearly not Assad’s army clearing out an area of entrenched opposition so that they can advance.

So, there is absolutely no clear military rationale behind such an attack. In fact quite the reverse. In terms of negative propaganda for the Syrian government, the location is ideal: an isolated gas attack that harms civilians, but does not significantly endanger or inhibit journalists, allowing the latter to film and highlight the suffering of the former. We are now being inundated with images of dead babies and children writhing in pain—the emotional currency of Fourth Generation Warfare.

So, absolutely zero military benefit and a massive negative propaganda effect for the Syrian government. They would have to be insane to do it.

There are other possibilities. The worst one for the Syrian government would be an unwitting use of a bomb, shell, or rocket containing gas. This is not impossible, as there is always a chance that some gas weapons slipped through the net when the Assad government agreed to clear out its stockpiles of chemical weapons.

Another possibility is that a normal bomb, shell, rocket hit an opposition chemical weapons depot. Again there is no reason why this is impossible. Chemical weapons have been in the hands of various sides in this chaotic war.

Then there is the possibility of a false flag. In its favour is the fact that Syria and gas attacks haven’t been at the top of the news agenda for some time, so the shock effect on the uninformed public will be fresh and strong. If it worked in the 2013 attack in getting the US involved, maybe it will work again. Also arguing in favour of a false flag is the fact that the Assad government has been making gains and has been growing stronger for months. In short, they have been on a roll. The last thing they need is to be blamed for gassing civilians, while this clearly favors their opponents who need all the help from the West that they can get. Indeed, Zerohedge notes:

What was lost in all of today’s conflicting narratives is that it was an almost identical alleged chemical attack by Assad in 2013 that got the Obama administration involved in the Syria proxy war in the first place; the motive behind today’s attack is hardly any different.

It is clear then that the most likely explanation for this tragic event is either an accident (as claimed by Russia: the rebels accidentally detonating their own sarin) or a false flag, and certainly not an intentional action by the Assad government.

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91 Comments to "Why the Syrian Gas Attack Is Probably Fake"

  1. Barkingmad's Gravatar Barkingmad
    April 5, 2017 - 8:50 am | Permalink

    A reporter, Paul Antonopoulos, says that bodies of people killed by this particular chemical should not be handled with bare hands, yet at least in this photo, they were.


    This gas attack is somehow worse than the US govt’s depredations in Iraq.

  2. April 5, 2017 - 10:01 am | Permalink

    Propaganda lies, in the hands of governments, and Jews, have been more or less continual since about 1900. The percentage attributable to Jews isn’t clear to me; probably, taking everything into account, by far the majority, or even, allowing for preliminary lies for previous decades, 100%. Where oil is involved, in a Jew-free world there would presumably still be good reasons for controlling oil; but not wars on the sorts of scale that have been introduced by the first Iraq wars. I *think* many people now have such low faith in the media–things like the BBC, Jew York Times–that they simply turn away. This of course allows generals to make money and careers of sorts. I like to hope it’s part of the grand awakening, the floodlighting as Jew-aware people turn on the lights in their own smallish area. Of course the supposed event is just more propaganda. It’s sickening to read ‘Nikki Haley’ pondering over who to kill next.

    • Seraphim's Gravatar Seraphim
      April 5, 2017 - 11:43 pm | Permalink

      Nikki Haley is sick.
      Actually, she is a Sikh. Nimrata “Nikki” (‘little one’) Haley, née Randhawa. Her parents, father Ajit Singh Randhawa and mother Raj Kaur Randhawa, are immigrants from Amritsar District, Punjab. Sikhism is all about selflessness, service, love, justice. Some want to see an affinity with Judaism.
      “The monotheistic Sikhs are a religious and ethnic group, a minority – like the Jews – who have suffered generations of persecution and worries about assimilation, intermarriage and keeping the religion relevant to their youth”
      Maybe that’s why she “put out to the members of the Security Council to help her understand: When we have so much going on in the world, why is it that every single month we’re going to sit down and have a hearing where all they do is obsess over Israel?” But she assured everybody that: “I am here to underscore the ironclad support of the United States for Israel. I’m here to emphasize the United States is determined to stand up to the UN’s anti-Israel bias. We will never repeat the terrible mistake of Resolution 2334 and allow one-sided Security Council resolutions to condemn Israel. Instead, we will push for action on the real threats we face in the Middle East”.
      What real threats? Assad, Russia, Iran, gas, stoopid!

  3. Ryan McDonald's Gravatar Ryan McDonald
    April 5, 2017 - 10:51 am | Permalink

    Insane: Assad just got his head out of the noose. Last week Admin was confirming he was going to stay. Why would Assad risk US response?

    • Karen T's Gravatar Karen T
      April 5, 2017 - 4:25 pm | Permalink

      (Mod. Note: Please do not post “naked” links to videos, etc. Tell us what you think, and why, and then use the linked item to illustrate it. Such links, without an explanation, will not be approved.)

  4. Domenica Stone's Gravatar Domenica Stone
    April 5, 2017 - 11:02 am | Permalink

    It’s as if we are supposed to believe that Assad gets mad and kills his own people when we have no interest in bombing his country and oust him….weird.

  5. Zaida's Gravatar Zaida
    April 5, 2017 - 11:10 am | Permalink

    The amount of crimes commited by Assad (and before him his father) and his Russian allies against the Syrian people is mind boggling. The 6 mio. refugees outside Syria plus 5 mio. internally displaced ones are not going back to their homes as long as the butcher Assad remains in power.
    The north of Syria is dominated by the Kurds who are no friends of Assad. And the Syrian Free Army, which is supported by most Syrians, still occupy areas encircling Assad’s dominated territory.
    Assad would be long gone without the support of Russia.
    Btw Assad used several times before chemical weapons against the Syrians.

    • Bob's Gravatar Bob
      April 5, 2017 - 11:54 am | Permalink

      Put down the propaganda koolaid, lol

      • Norman wehby's Gravatar Norman wehby
        April 5, 2017 - 5:47 pm | Permalink

        Hallucinogenic mushroom Kool Aid

    • Dena's Gravatar Dena
      April 5, 2017 - 12:31 pm | Permalink

      What the fuck planet are you living on?

    • Pierre de Craon's Gravatar Pierre de Craon
      April 5, 2017 - 12:53 pm | Permalink

      So I take it then that you’ve signed on with an IDF unit, Zaida, to offer them at least one or two of the comforts for which Tel Aviv and Hollywood are widely famed? How long till you deploy—or is “deploy” the correct word for the activities of someone whose duties are usually performed in awkwardly contorted postures involving the knees?

      Don’t forget to drop us all a note when time permits, darling, and don’t let the swinging door hit you in your Hebrew butt as you leave!

      [The above is written with apologies to KM, the Moderator, and all ladies and gentlemen present on this thread. Zaida’s undisguised hate for us all would try the patience of a saint.]


      (Mod. Note: Pierre, the main reason I let (((Zaida’s))) comment through was to provide you and a few others with some “practice”. You all did very well!)

      • ariadnatheo's Gravatar ariadnatheo
        April 5, 2017 - 3:06 pm | Permalink

        @Mod. I trust I speak for all of us expressing gratitude for this opportunity. Having said that I feel compelled to register my displeasure at the lack of rules of engagement in such cases. Specifically, there is only one Zaida, and if everybody is allowed to have fun with his comments there is not enough to go around. Today I arrived a bit late and the numerous comments addressed to him illustrated the Latin saying “Tarde venientibus ossa.” Pitiful leftovers for me. Until more Zaidas are made available I think it fair to suggest that no more than 2 or 3 commenters be given a go at each of Zaida’s comments by rotation, and best of all In the alphabetical order of the user name. Just a thought.


        (Mod. Note: Mod. grins … )

      • Alicia's Gravatar Alicia
        April 6, 2017 - 4:47 am | Permalink

        An excellent comment, Pierre. When reading Zaida’s comment, I have no doubts about the self-acclaimed genius tribe’s being equipped with unparalleled skills. I wish (((they))) were able to put these skills to a better use than creating hatred.

      • Charles Frey's Gravatar Charles Frey
        April 6, 2017 - 1:11 pm | Permalink

        Pierre, I am relieved you referred to a swinging door: I have had them enter behind me in a revolving door, yet exit before me.

    • Franklin Ryckaert's Gravatar Franklin Ryckaert
      April 5, 2017 - 1:29 pm | Permalink

      You repeat all the lies of the Jewish neo-cons who want to destroy Syria. Are you working for them ?

    • ariadnatheo's Gravatar ariadnatheo
      April 5, 2017 - 3:11 pm | Permalink

      “The 6 mio. refugees outside Syria plus 5 mio. internally displaced ones are not going back to their homes as long as the butcher Assad remains in power.”

      There are 6 million Palestinian refugees who cannot return home as long as Israel exists, irrespective of which Jewish terrorist is the Butcher-in-Chief du jour.

    • Seraphim's Gravatar Seraphim
      April 5, 2017 - 11:11 pm | Permalink

      Are other people allowed to talk of the ‘6 mio’ figure?

      • Dan's Gravatar Dan
        April 6, 2017 - 2:37 pm | Permalink

        Lol………. How dare anyone else use that number! He must have their blessing by paying “rent” to the Holo Industry.

    • Dan's Gravatar Dan
      April 6, 2017 - 2:24 pm | Permalink

      You’re drinking the koolaid of globalist propaganda. The “Syrian free army” is an illegitimate creation of globalist interest. But then you knew that already!

      Edit: just saw the adequate responses to your post, so mine is redundant.

      • Zaida's Gravatar Zaida
        April 7, 2017 - 8:23 am | Permalink

        Your post is not redundant! The SFA is a coalitian of tribal leaders who represent the interests of their tribes which have been discriminated and persecuted by Assad and his father. Tha’ts why most Syrians are against Assad.
        The comments above are platitudes disconnected to reality.

        • ariadnatheo's Gravatar ariadnatheo
          April 7, 2017 - 5:31 pm | Permalink

          “The SFA is a coalitian of tribal leaders who represent the interests of their tribes”

          You almost got it right: the SFA is a coalition of mercenaries of various ethnicities hired to fight for the interests of the Tribe. Yours. Eretz Israel and all that cacophonous klezmer.

          “most Syrians are against Assad”

          You must get out more. Talking only with jews (even Syrian jews) won’t enlighten you about Syrian people’s views. It would be just like talking to Ross-Lehtinen about Cubans or, say, to any of the ADL guys about Americans.

          Free English language tip: disconnected FROM not TO

  6. April 5, 2017 - 11:36 am | Permalink

    The Dems and Neocons are desperate for action against Assad and I think they’ve bought into their anti-Russian hysteria too. In retrospect it was a bad idea to put Haley in her new UN position as she can and is being used by neocons to push a hardline against Russia.

    I fear Trump is giving in to the enormous pressure he is under from the media, political elite, judiciary, et al. We need to see some more strength from this man.

    • Charles Frey's Gravatar Charles Frey
      April 5, 2017 - 6:34 pm | Permalink

      Haley was the darling at the recent AIPAC Annual [American Foreign-] Policy Convention and its 15,000 attendees.
      To demonstrate, that Israel is not racially intolerant they also featured that black mass murderer Tutsi Prime Minister Paul Kagame of Rwanda, who unleashed the 1 million genocide in 1994, by assassinating two of the top Hutu elected opposition leaders. 15% Tutsi, 85% Hutu, 93% disposable Christians. 15 against 85, yet the Tutsis won. How ?

      But, what the hell, at least his country is rich in the
      mineral coltan, vital for ALL electronics production: a mainstay of Israel’s economy. Birds of a feather, and all that.

      [Also a matter beyond Zaida’s knowledge, and derisive allegation ad absurdum, that all these commenters here are soon going to accuse the Jews of having played a part in that genocide ].

      Nice Guy Eddie acceded to her derision before I subsequently adduced considerable evidence of their involvement at the end of Wald’s ” On Neocons ” etc,, now archived.

    • Michael Adkins's Gravatar Michael Adkins
      April 6, 2017 - 5:31 am | Permalink

      Thomas Jones,

      It’s a two way street. Trump supporters have to show strength as well.

  7. Franklin Ryckaert's Gravatar Franklin Ryckaert
    April 5, 2017 - 1:26 pm | Permalink

    Netanyahu says international community should act to remove all chemical weapons from Syria, says it highlights Israel’s need to ‘protect itself’

    Source : Haaretz, Wednesday, April 05, 2017

    That says enough who is behind this obvious false flag attack and why.

    • Sursum corda's Gravatar Sursum corda
      April 5, 2017 - 3:24 pm | Permalink

      Exactly. They truly are warmongers. War,war war! Destroy Syria and the Christians from Russia! It’s a win win to these demonic people.

    • Peter's Gravatar Peter
      April 6, 2017 - 12:46 am | Permalink

      That was my suspicion as I read the article.

  8. Poupon Marx's Gravatar Poupon Marx
    April 5, 2017 - 2:32 pm | Permalink

    Zaida’s real name is Hymen Lipshitz, Kibbutzim Shagabutz in Isrule.

  9. Santoculto's Gravatar Santoculto
    April 5, 2017 - 2:48 pm | Permalink


    The quasi-prey is the anjools

    The lions are the rightist whites, ;(

  10. Karen T's Gravatar Karen T
    April 5, 2017 - 2:50 pm | Permalink

    Gas attacks are particularly evil as they’re reminiscent of the 6 trillion jews gassed in Germany 75 years ago.

    • Pedro's Gravatar Pedro
      April 5, 2017 - 6:00 pm | Permalink

      6 trillions jews gassed!!! Wow, the numbers are increasing everyday!!!
      Originally they were supposed to be 6 million.
      Maybe the rest were gassed by Asad?

    • john mackie's Gravatar john mackie
      April 5, 2017 - 6:25 pm | Permalink

      give or take a trillion

      • Floda's Gravatar Floda
        April 5, 2017 - 11:06 pm | Permalink

        Or even a gazillion!

    • Alicia's Gravatar Alicia
      April 6, 2017 - 3:54 am | Permalink

      Nail on the head, Karen.

  11. norm741's Gravatar norm741
    April 5, 2017 - 5:26 pm | Permalink

    Smells like a false flag

    • Norman wehby's Gravatar Norman wehby
      April 5, 2017 - 6:05 pm | Permalink

      The EU, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Israel, Al-Qaeda and ISIS want Assad removed for various (self serving) reasons, none of which have a damn thing to do with the welfare of the Syrian people. The Saudis, Turkey and EU want access to Syria for a pipeline, while the latter three want to diminish Iran’s influence in the area.
      Not one drop of American blood should be spilled for these bastards, besides Assad is a secularist, imagine the Islamic garbage that will fill the power vacuum…

      • Curmudgeon's Gravatar Curmudgeon
        April 10, 2017 - 2:43 pm | Permalink

        “Al-Qaeda and ISIS want Assad removed for various (self serving) reasons,”

        Both of these are creations of the CIA/Mossad/MI5 shadow government.

  12. B. Smith's Gravatar B. Smith
    April 5, 2017 - 6:00 pm | Permalink

    * (((Kushner))) leaking anti-Bannon info.
    (and a recent trip to the area — to coordinate final (((tribal)))
    * Bannon demoted from the NSC.
    (& Kushner promotes Jew-puppet war-monger Rick Perry!?!)
    * Trump publicly threatening Assad (thus endorsing the rather
    obvious false-flag lie and threatening Russia as well.)

    Is Trump playing some elaborate, dangerous (and seemingly stupid), game, or has there been a jew-coup in the palace?

    After the incredible performance of the Trump Train so far it is hard to accept it could go off the rails so suddenly and decisively!

    And that Trump himself would sabotage the rails!

    Is he just another puppet of the Jews after all?

    Or maybe he’s just tired of winning?

    Kushner, Bannon, Stupid threats over false flag — Oh Trump, say it isn’t so: so much losing, and losing Bigly!

    Trump, are you really gonna let these Satanic monsters start World War Jew.3 ?


    • Luke's Gravatar Luke
      April 6, 2017 - 2:52 am | Permalink

      I also immediately remembered the recent trip that Kushner made to the Middle East, allegedly to Iraq – but that was just the alleged destination that was claimed by the media. And, I also immediately grew suspicious as to what this ‘unpaid’ jew advisor to Trump was up to – and my instincts told me the answer was ‘nothing good’.

      And, suddenly we see this ‘gas attack’ happen – at a time when Assad had no possible reason to pull a stunt this stupid?

      I smell Israeli-jewish-neocon finger prints all over this event.

      • April 7, 2017 - 11:52 am | Permalink

        You are right about that, Jack! (as a footnote: Jared Pronounced ZJewAreddd!)

    • Charles Frey's Gravatar Charles Frey
      April 6, 2017 - 12:42 pm | Permalink

      Former Al Gore Democrat and Republican Presidential nominee Rick Perry is a member of Bilderberg. As such, he proposed a six lane ‘ supercorridor’ , NAFTA Mid-Continent Superhighway from Texas to Windsor, Ontario, to facilitate the distribution of Asian imports landed in Mexico; diminishing the importance of LA. Between the six lanes, there would be a railway and room for pipelines and all other utilities. A total width of 1200 ft., 4,000 miles long and encompassing 584,000 acres. Traffic and utilities tolled at fees exceeding 16% pre-tax returns for private investors.

      I assume more than one lawyer checked out texts on ’eminent domain’ from the libraries of their local unions.

      One can only hope Perry doesn’t discuss that plan with Trump, which might lessen his influence and expertise as yet another superfluous, super-abundant useful idiot.

  13. Barkingmad's Gravatar Barkingmad
    April 5, 2017 - 6:19 pm | Permalink

    With Trump now condemning the gas attack, saying the USA has to respond, all I can say is Welcome to Reality. Only a few days ago he wanted to leave Syria alone. He is brain damaged OR he thinks the folks who elected him are a bunch of fools. Or both.


  14. Trenchant's Gravatar Trenchant
    April 5, 2017 - 6:20 pm | Permalink

    Poison gas is just dandy providing its custodian is our greatest ally.

    • Charles Frey's Gravatar Charles Frey
      April 6, 2017 - 10:36 am | Permalink

      No one here should permit themselves another comment UNTIL AFTER THEY HAVE READ THE ENTIRETY OF YOUR LINK.

      As the name spells out, Electronic Intifada is staunchly pro-Palestinian; but its chief editor allows no bending of facts, nor even disrespectful discourse. Its LA columnist Charlotte Silver is probably Jewish, but one of their top guns. Look at the detailed content of your link and its scholarly style of writing. No dummies or garbage propagandists.

      What disturbed me anew about this link is that the final report on the downing of MH 17 over the Ukraine, variously caused by cannon fire from above and a RUSSIAN ground-based Bug missile, also emanated from the Netherlands
      [ since it was an Amsterdam-Kuala Lumpur flight ]. From its Parliament on down through Government Commissions of Inquiry etc., the Dutch authorities are bereft of even a scintilla of credibility. And why not, after their willful closing of their eyes on the difference between El Al actual freight and the manifests of perfume, and flowers; having forgotten the goyim-belittling irony of Hallmark greeting cards for Hanukah.

      Helpful link as to their MO. Thanks.

      • Trenchant's Gravatar Trenchant
        April 7, 2017 - 9:07 pm | Permalink

        “Poison” by Christian Dior, I dare say.

  15. Ger Tzedek's Gravatar Ger Tzedek
    April 5, 2017 - 7:41 pm | Permalink

    I feel helpless and blackpilled right now. I am sure that Trump will go to war with North Korea where we have no business whatsoever. Also, in Syria it is evident to a child that this is a very convenient false flag operation. By the position taken by Trump, he will go to war. Even the pacific innuendos until now were fake and calculated.

  16. Floda's Gravatar Floda
    April 5, 2017 - 11:10 pm | Permalink

    The old warhorses at Veterans Today are claiming their site is under attack and that they are getting info that this gas attack was perpetrated by Turkey

  17. Seraphim's Gravatar Seraphim
    April 5, 2017 - 11:17 pm | Permalink

    Remember the ‘vial of anthrax’?

    • Charles Frey's Gravatar Charles Frey
      April 6, 2017 - 2:05 pm | Permalink

      Yes, and the nuclear material stolen from a plant in Eastern Pennsylvania which made its way to Israel.

      The problem lies with the enormous Government outsourcing to private contractors, many of whom are Israeli-owned or Jew-run; with these lucrative deals obtained through their regular, RECIPROCAL networking channels in Washington. A ‘legal’ way to pay for favors done or expected. A severe and documented security risk of course.

      If I recall, the anthrax came from Fort Dietrich. What about the more easily dispersed Ebola virus, researched by dual-citizen, ordained rabbi-run Dov Zakheim at Booz Hamilton
      [ or whatever they call themselves today ? ]

      • April 6, 2017 - 7:59 pm | Permalink

        @Mr Frey — don’t worry about ‘Ebola virus’. I promise you it’s just more BS though I can’t be bothered to produce evidence. All these things (e.g. ‘nuclear’ material) are just another Jew lie. Promise.

        • Charles Frey's Gravatar Charles Frey
          April 7, 2017 - 10:12 am | Permalink

          Contrary to your own assertions and sentiments I think it’s high time you ” bother yourself with producing evidence ” of the non-existence of the bomb and Ebola.

          Hope you are an expert in photography to explain the world-wide necessarily fraudulent photo montages reaching back to the Bikini atoll.

  18. Ger Tzedek's Gravatar Ger Tzedek
    April 6, 2017 - 12:06 am | Permalink

    Deep state is very easy to dismantle. They are all pedophiles. Just leak information about them, and they all will go into panic mode. Then it will be mice rushing to leave the sinking ship.

  19. Kartoffelsalat's Gravatar Kartoffelsalat
    April 6, 2017 - 3:04 am | Permalink

    Fake news and the echo effect.


    The other aspect is the Jewish mainstream media will use this to try to force Europeans to accept more immigration as with the boy who drown in Turkey.

    Trump is not as stupid as Bush II for Neocons to use. Remember his statement on moving the embassy to Jerusalem or shortlisting John Bolton for a job that went to another person?

    Alienating Russia will only drive it to China (BRICS) that is a real threat to the U.S. economically and militarily with the DF-21 that can destroy aircraft carriers at close range.

    This Haley person is not even our race.

    • JM's Gravatar JM
      April 7, 2017 - 12:57 am | Permalink

      “DF-21 that can destroy aircraft carriers at close range.”
      In fact from 1200 miles away. Too fast to be shot down.

      • Charles Frey's Gravatar Charles Frey
        April 7, 2017 - 10:29 am | Permalink

        Thanks for your video. Like us, the Soviet Union and China can’t build a rural railway crossing that won’t take two years off your car each time you use it.

        But the SU was light years ahead of us in aeronautical engineering and its products. Now China is as well; which makes it at least debatable that Mr. T is going to scare the pants off China’s boss this week-end.

        • April 7, 2017 - 11:39 am | Permalink

          This may be fantasy. After all the USSR was supplied entirely by US and European equipment and factories. Their microchips were inferior copies of American chips. I’ve read that Rolls Royce and/or Pratt and Whitney engines are used in military planes worldwide. I presume by SU aeroengineering you’re including rocketry and lunar and nuclear stuff, much of it turning out to be mythical. There are also interesting possibilities around faked and counterfeit equipment. Without reliable non-Jew information, an agnostic view seems to make sense.
          @Charles frey – nukelies.org on nukes

        • April 7, 2017 - 7:02 pm | Permalink

          NB the cartoon in the TV clip is supposed to show a nuclear weapon, not a hypersonic thing. The TV hacks recycled most of that cartoon. I don’t think I’ve ever seen genuine video of anything hypersonic apart from bullets.

        • Charles Frey's Gravatar Charles Frey
          April 8, 2017 - 11:19 am | Permalink

          Rerevisionist, you must read up on the Agreement of Rapallo, between Weimar-Germany and the nascent SU, whereby Germany, forbidden research and production of war materiel, circumvented those restrictions, by building research facilities and many factories in the SU. Entire German towns sprang up around them. Surely Germany deployed their brightest for this task. Get off mainstreet Ford and Fiat investments.

          The Russians have brilliant engineers; a caste feared by Stalin for their brains and logical thinking.

        • Charles Frey's Gravatar Charles Frey
          April 9, 2017 - 12:04 pm | Permalink

          Say what you will. That pitiable dog “Laika ” was the first living being in space in ’57, when your mentioned microchips were still languishing in the US Patent Office and Lend-Lease had ceased. Laika was followed by Gagarin in April ’61, who preceded Glenn in May.

          The US grabbed von Braun and his staff and took them to the Redstone Arsenal, but the Soviets also grabbed their share in all disciplines. As both did with wagon-loads of patents and near patents.

          I recall my older sister bringing home Renate von Ardenne on week-ends from boarding school near Potsdam. She was the sister of Baron Manfred von Ardenne, nabbed by the Russians and not returned until ’53, as others, at the behest of Adenauer.

          Manfred took his nuclear physics expertise to the SU in ’45, undoubtedly increased it there; then returned to run the reactor at Dresden University. Most likely supplied with uranium from the SU’s only out-of-country mine in Wismar, East Germany, run by Dr. Wolochuck, whose daughter M.D. Olga Wolochuk lives with friends in Ottawa.

        • Curmudgeon's Gravatar Curmudgeon
          April 10, 2017 - 2:37 pm | Permalink

          @Charles Frey
          Re: nabbing German engineers.
          If memory serves me correctly, when Gagarin’s successful ride was announced, Bob Hope quipped “Their Germans are better than our Germans.”

          Years ago, the research rocket launching range at Churchiil, on Hudson Bay, chose Soviet/Russian rockets because they were more efficient, and caused less environmental damage. NASA isn’t launching, because the engines were imported from Russia. The sanctions have basically brought NASA to a standstill.

  20. Forever guilty's Gravatar Forever guilty
    April 6, 2017 - 7:12 am | Permalink

    Well, if it is “false flag” operation, it most probably organized by the (((friends of Israel))) and the implications are really scary

    These species have absolutely no moral principles. How could you negotiate with creatures, who with the first opportunity would gas your children, just as easy, as clicking fingers? And have audacity in the same time complain about their tribe suffering at some event long time ago.

    These species have absolutely no fear , its just crazy. Normal even absolutely amoral person will not do that, just because of fear. Gassing children, no less… Think, how you would you normally live, if you are accomplice in such a crime? Sleeping at night? Waiting for knock on the door? I mean, these creatures just loony. They could easy start anything, nuclear war, etc.

    • Santoculto's Gravatar Santoculto
      April 6, 2017 - 11:44 am | Permalink

      very inCOHENrent all this situation…

      • Santoculto's Gravatar Santoculto
        April 6, 2017 - 11:45 am | Permalink

        Subtle suggestive language is more terrified than explicit, ;)

  21. Bramble's Gravatar Bramble
    April 6, 2017 - 12:54 pm | Permalink

    British security analyst Charles Shoebridge drew attention to the suspicious timing of the attack, which occurred just days before a major conference on Syria in Brussels. Shoebridge said that there is a history of similar incidents occurring in Syria on the eve of some major international events in the past. “There is a pattern of these incidents taking place at critical moments from a geopolitical perspective,” he said, adding that a massive chemical attack in the Syrian city of Ghouta in 2013 happened just as “the UN inspectors were arriving in Damascus,” while another chemical attack in September 2016 took place on the eve of a “major conference in London, where the Syrian opposition met with its foreign donors.”
    Ammar Waqqaf, a Middle East expert, also believes that “whenever there is a sort of international conference on Syria we suddenly have these chemical attacks.”

    From “Rebels the only people who benefited from the Idlib chemical attack” https://www.rt.com/op-edge/383524-syria-idlib-chemical-attack-rebels/

  22. Gene Fair's Gravatar Gene Fair
    April 6, 2017 - 12:58 pm | Permalink

    Nikki Haley is a LIAR, owned by the Jews.
    No way Assad gassed his own people for no reason.
    It doesn’t make sense.
    Perle asked for regime change in Syria back in 1992, and they just keep pushing. They want Iran destroyed as well. They want the middle east totally wrecked so that Israel can remain the only unified power in the ME.
    Of course, they are murderous vile sick bastards surely headed for hell.

    • April 6, 2017 - 7:54 pm | Permalink

      I noticed that Trump has ordered some attack on Syria. Let’s try to keep a proportion here. If the attacks are less, or with luck much less, than Obama etc maybe we can hope Trump is pushing things his way. (I haven’t attempted to check…)

      • April 7, 2017 - 11:29 am | Permalink

        It’s very noticeable how the very lucrative war business is never in Jewish news. Let me try to illustrate the critical importance of this:-

        Abe: “Oy vey, is this a type A bombing by Strumpy?”
        Moshe: “Vot do you mean? Vot is type A?”
        Abe: “Type A is $1 billion for us, type B is less than $500M”
        Moshe: “Well, vot hardware are we talking about? Jets cost [..] and bombers cost [..] plus bombs at [..] per full load. Ve haff to insure ze pilots. Cruise missiles cost $3M each with discount after ten. Ve haff ten styles of warhead up to $1M. Plus standard running costs and backup costs.”
        Abe: Gimme some examples. How much did Israel use in Iraq in the last year, for example. Don’t forget close down and exit costs by the way”
        Moshe: “Area costs vary too. A good war in Africa is cheaper than in Iraq. The record was Iraq, with twelve type A wars. We made more money than the GNPs of 5 US states, remember that. But the information is kept secret. We don’t want them goys finding out.”
        Abe: “Specially not friends of the dead white trash!”
        Moshe: “You learn fast. But from what I can see, Strumpy has been very cheap this time.”
        Abe:”Oy veh, vot a cheap operator!”
        I’m trying to suggest (and illustrate, admittedly in a rather inept way) that modern war finances under Jew control are a huge hole in common knowledge, which of course is encouraged by so-called ‘historians’, most of them being utter junk. We (I take it) tend to be persuaded a war is necessary, then (if at all) work out costs. But Jews look at the whole thing as a profit for Jews.

  23. Paul Harvey's Gravatar Paul Harvey
    April 6, 2017 - 3:57 pm | Permalink

    The Trump Administration is under enormous pressure and the struggle between Bannon and Kushner could be the end of the populist, nationalist, get-along-with-Putin Trump we voted for. We must do what we can to see Bannon come out on top. There is powerful ammunition in the fact that Kushner is a life-long Democrat who, prior to joining the Trump campaign, supported through his newspaper, the New York Observer, a long list of left-liberal positions that are anathema to a large part of Trump’s base. Every effort to publicize this and litmus-test both Trump and Kushner must be made. If Bannon can prevail America may remain a promoter of nationalism at home and abroad. Otherwise, the Trump Administration will slowly ooze into an incoherent mash of globalist and nationalist positions and nationalism will go quickly into the dustbin after he leaves office if not before.

    • April 7, 2017 - 11:42 am | Permalink

      And half a day after your comment, we now now that most Trump voters got it in the A…Bannon is demoted to a White House Cell where visitors may visit his cell as a reminder of the price you pay for not being an absolut Zionist…as for the Tramp Presidency…they only did a paint job on Obama, and that is it! Now that the US , in fact the President, has Unconstitutionaly attacked Syria without the Congress voting a war mandate…women will all find in Trump the retarded SuperCop that only acts according to “women justice”…an extension of retarded “emotional intelligence guidance”…

  24. Florian's Gravatar Florian
    April 7, 2017 - 12:27 am | Permalink

    The real problem is Donald Trump has his lack of foreign insight. He is now becoming a pawn of neocons and warhawks because of his ignorance. Foreign policy is not business deals. No doubt he was tricked into thinking an attack on Syria will make him look strong and not weak like Obama but this is not in the interest of American people. What happened to America First? This is a bad start even if it was a token measure. Soon there will be full collision.

    Does he really think Putin will let Assad lose? Syria is Russia’s only major foreign military base compared to America’s many like Rammstein in Germany.

  25. ex South African's Gravatar ex South African
    April 7, 2017 - 12:38 am | Permalink

    When I read this, my heart sank into my shoes. So the die has been cast. So what next?


    I just got the feeling of deja vu of events many, many years ago, where we also could not believe that it actually was happening (the sell-out by the South African government). What is it with these people?

    • ex South African's Gravatar ex South African
      April 7, 2017 - 11:07 am | Permalink

      On second thoughts, perhaps a too impulsive reaction – does anyone know – was president Trump perhaps coerced into these actions? Threats against his family or his own life, or something else? Choosing the lesser of two evils?

  26. Brent's Gravatar Brent
    April 7, 2017 - 12:42 am | Permalink

    Despite the huge excitement on TOO I have never trusted Donald Trump. He is too crafty and shifty. He has changed positions so many times. This is proof. We have been jewed again. Just hear the gloating on fake news media and from Israel.

    This is a man who stuffed his cabinet with Goldman Sachs deplorables plus anti-Russian elements. They must have something on him.

    As for Syria, he is following Israel that has already bombed the place.

  27. Junghans's Gravatar Junghans
    April 7, 2017 - 5:15 am | Permalink

    Trump took the media manipulated ‘poison gas’ bait, got trigger happy, and shot from the hip. Unfortunately, this, along with his demotion of Bannon, doesn’t augur well for the future. The manipulators of the hijacked system, (read: the U.S. de facto Jewish colony) are rapidly neutralizing him.

    Time out for a sidebar here: Where was the moral sanctimony and ‘outrage’ of the Jewish vetted media when Israel was recently burning babies alive in Gaza with white phosphorus ? ? ?

    • Charles Frey's Gravatar Charles Frey
      April 7, 2017 - 9:45 am | Permalink

      You mean the EQUALLY OUTLAWED ” white phosphorous ” . In addition to prohibited cluster bombs and those spring- loaded mines, that pop into the air and then explode to cover a greater area.

      You may have read my comments contending, that the downings of MH 370, MH 17 and Germanwings were messages of extreme displeasure by offended parties.

      Here, ” Assad ” is prematurely but with the greatest confidence accused of the gas attack. Trump unleashes 59 Cruise missiles at 3.5 million [?] each, in moral outrage;
      [ renewing his arsenal ].

      He then meets with China’s chief under the palms; with added credibility of his bellicosity, vis-à-vis China’s South China Sea dominance and North Korea. 1-2-3.

      Haaretz reported on several, entirely illegal air-strikes by the IDF on Syrian airports close to their presidential palace. Who is to say, that they didn’t drop the gas, on a location some twelve miles from the main action on the ground, where they conveniently would not have been ordinarily observed: which was also safe for photographers of our free media ?

      Another win-win and win situation.

  28. April 7, 2017 - 7:27 am | Permalink

    Notice that the “Russians Hacked the Election” narrative was starting to collapse just before this happened. So now the Bernie Sanders populist left can go full-on anti-war with media access attacking Trump’s campaign promise to go to Congress before attacking Syria — pretending they never backed the Russians Hacked the Election narrative — as a way of further demoralizing working class whites.

    I’m interested in Trump’s connection to Roy Cohn even more than his connection to the Likudniks. What, if any, connection does Jared Kushner’s family have to Roy Cohn?

    What if the Frankfurt School’s involvement with the OSS’s “denazification” program created a congenital defect in the Deep State that did more than merely reflect the Frankfurt School’s animus toward working class Germans? What if this congenital defect generalized this animus to include working class white Americans?

    Moreover, what if this congenital defect was baked into the Deep State utilizing sophisticated Soviet techniques then deployed including pedophilia sexual blackmail?

    NB: By its very nature, the Deep State has an opaque structure which could have, and would have been utilized by moles to create central points so that only a few individuals would need to be controlled, and then only on the most critical occasions.

    JFK and RFK assassinations would be easily explained by this.

    But what about the assassination of MLK?

    NB: MLK’s last book before he was assassinated “Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community” proposed a radically different approach to civil rights than the affirmative action welfare state:

    Universal Basic Income

    If Universal Basic Income had been adopted, the deadly embrace between college educated whites and the rent-seeking welfare state could have been averted. More to the point working class whites would not have seen blacks as enemies. Moreover, the UBI would have made it politically impossible for the Democrats to sneak through the immigration replacement of the working class as every immigrant would be seen as a direct threat to an existing income stream to the working class.

    The Southern Poverty Law Center took over the “Poor People’s March” movement started by MLK’s last book, and ensured that any attempt by working class whites to defend themselves against the affirmative action welfare state would be portrayed as resurgent Naziism.

    In this paradigm, Roy Cohn’s connection with Columbia University (attending there at exactly the time the Frankfurt School was working for the OSS) as well as pedophilia help explain why Senator Joe McCarthy rejected Robert Kennedy and hired Roy Cohn at the height of McCarthy’s influence and, from that moment forward, McCarthy’s stock declined to his death a few short years later.

    Roy Cohn was Trump’s attorney in the late 1970s. This may explain the extreme hysteria of the Cultural Marxist regime — and its use of “Russia” as a kind of preemptive strike.

  29. Paul's Gravatar Paul
    April 7, 2017 - 8:54 am | Permalink

    According to The Real Deal Soros secretly funded a Kushner family real estate startup to the tune of $250 million.


    Meanwhile gold is at a 5 month high. Trumpkin’s buddies like Anthony Scaramucini should make fortunes. War is profit.

    Expect the next red flag to do with the Strait of Hormuz. Bibi will arrange.

    Here we go again.

  30. Gus Fisher's Gravatar Gus Fisher
    April 7, 2017 - 9:10 am | Permalink

    This is like a bad joke. Trump is playing with fire. Dumping Bannon is stupid. He owes his presidency to Steve and patriots like Ann Coulter plus the people not banksters and neocons or Barbie doll Ivanka and her boyfriend. His speech was cosmetic and probably scripted by chief Christian Zionist Pence. This will end badly.

    • T. J.'s Gravatar T. J.
      April 7, 2017 - 12:16 pm | Permalink

      Ben Freedman [1961 speech] predicted WW3 would be started in the Middle East- by thy usual suss-pects. WW3 needed to usher in the Gnu World Order. . .


      Looks like an “F ride” at (((Disneyland)))

      and pray we don’t get fooled again. . .posted here in 2015 when the Trump lunacy was beginning. . .you know why I stopped voting in 1968. . .

      We’ll be fighting in the streets
      With our children at our feet
      And the morals that they worship will be gone
      And the men who spurred us on
      Sit in judgment of all wrong
      They decide and the shotgun sings the song
      I’ll tip my hat to the new constitution
      Take a bow for the new revolution
      Smile and grin at the change all around
      Pick up my guitar and play
      Just like yesterday
      Then I’ll get on my knees and pray
      We don’t get fooled again
      The change, it had to come
      We knew it all along
      We were liberated from the fold, that’s all
      And the world looks just the same
      And history ain’t changed
      ‘Cause the banners, they are flown in the next war
      I’ll tip my hat to the new constitution
      Take a bow for the new revolution
      Smile and grin at the change all around
      Pick up my guitar and play
      Just like yesterday
      Then I’ll get on my knees and pray
      We don’t get fooled again .
      No, no! I’ll move myself and my family aside
      If we happen to be left half alive
      I’ll get all my papers and smile at the sky
      Though I know that the hypnotized never lie
      Do ya?
      There’s nothing in the streets
      Looks any different to me
      And the slogans are replaced, by-the-bye
      And the parting on the left
      Are now parting on the right
      And the beards have all grown longer overnight
      I’ll tip my hat to the new constitution
      Take a bow for the new revolution
      Smile and grin at the change all around
      Pick up my guitar and play
      Just like yesterday
      Then I’ll get on my knees
      And pray We don’t get fooled again Don’t get fooled again No, no!
      Yeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah! Meet the new boss Same as the old boss

      [the Who]

  31. T. J.'s Gravatar T. J.
    April 7, 2017 - 10:10 am | Permalink

    One of my [Jim Stone] old captures from 2013 is making the rounds

    This is getting circulated now, and it is interesting to say the least.

    The original capture had the entire report but the top portion says it all:

    U. S. “backed plan to launch chemical weapon attacks on Syria and blame it on Assad’s regime”


  32. Derek's Gravatar Derek
    April 8, 2017 - 12:25 am | Permalink

    The chemical attack was clearly bogus but Trump took the bait probably after the debacle of trying to replace Obamacare with Ryancare. With this bombing he gets support from even Democrats – a bad omen after claims of draining the swamp.

    The Tomahawk diplomacy is straight out of Bill Clinton’s playbook. I also wonder how Russia with state-of-the art SAM kit failed to bring down Tomahawks that are sub-sonic.

  33. Gotcha's Gravatar Gotcha
    April 8, 2017 - 2:56 am | Permalink

    Interesting tweets.


    I don’t think Trump has turned. It is more like biblical King Herod, his wife, his daughter and the head of John the Baptist. Ivanka’s kosher husband must have planted the thought.

  34. Leaven of the Jews's Gravatar Leaven of the Jews
    April 8, 2017 - 10:00 am | Permalink

    I doubt Ivanka was the major factor. The cabal and wackos like John Insane McStrain played a huge part.

    Then again his whole family is Jewish now.

    1. Ivanka – convert and married to one.
    2. Donald Jr – married to Vanessa Haydon secular Jew of “Dutch” descent.
    3. Eric – married to Lara Yunaska another Jew.
    4. Tiffany – reportedly dating one.
    5. Barron – give it ten years.

    Who knows about Melania.

  35. Peter's Gravatar Peter
    April 8, 2017 - 12:28 pm | Permalink

    I had the odd realization after reading several stories that through only 3 people with personal knowledge of the attack, we can account for 53 of the victims. How plausible is that?

    Amal Kassir- 9 people https://www.facebook.com/NowThisNews/videos/1515666958464789/
    Mazin Yusif (via CNN) 19 people
    Abdul Youssef 25 people

  36. PAXMAN's Gravatar PAXMAN
    April 8, 2017 - 3:46 pm | Permalink
    • Zaida's Gravatar Zaida
      April 10, 2017 - 8:45 am | Permalink

      Your link conveying the opinion of an expert, for a change, is very useful: Now we know that most probably “binary sarin” was used in the attack and that the Russian “explanation” is rubish.
      Thank you for the link!

      • PAXMAN's Gravatar PAXMAN
        April 12, 2017 - 6:53 am | Permalink

        Thank you

  37. Zaida's Gravatar Zaida
    April 9, 2017 - 3:28 am | Permalink

    Autopsies of the Syrian poisoning gas attack have confirmed chemical weapons were used. The autopsies conducted on five victms by Turkish doctors, provide the most ccncrete evidence to date for why more than 90 civilians – including about 40 children- were killed.
    The chemical used was mostly likely the deadly nerve agent sarin, which is 20 times as deadly as cyanide.
    The Turkish Justice minister Bekir Bozdag said that the World Health Organisation supervised the autopsies and that the results were sent to The Hague for further analyses.
    No wonder Bassar Al-Assad is the most hated man in the Arab world.

    • Sean Williams's Gravatar Sean Williams
      April 12, 2017 - 6:50 am | Permalink

      The question isn’t whether it was used but rather who used is…He Assad order it, did his people do it without his knowledge, did the U.S. government do it to gain support for war (CIA had a paper suggest that was an option and then you have the 2013 attack), was it the rebels (To get foreign support), was it some one not mention? Were the bombs set off or were struck by another bomb and went off? These are question that should be asked….the fact chemical weapons were used is the only thing we know and no one is even debating that.

  38. Junghans's Gravatar Junghans
    April 9, 2017 - 3:49 pm | Permalink

    Maybe, just maybe, this concocted, or accidental ‘chemical’ episode in Syria’s agony, and Trump’s hasty and intemperate response to it, will henceforth be known as Trump’s volte face betrayal. Cui Bono, eh Israel ?
    Whether or not Trump acted in desperation, striking outward, as a badgered animal would in trying to shake its relentless pursuers, he nevertheless just committed his first geopolitical blunder. It now remains to be seen whether he further compounds it to please his Jewish “friends”.

    • Franklin Ryckaert's Gravatar Franklin Ryckaert
      April 10, 2017 - 6:39 am | Permalink

      He already has sent an American fleet to North Korea to commit his next blunder.

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