Mom’s Note: While I remain cautious and undecided about Trump, my knee-jerk gut feeling is he is being played. I suspect he is being fed false information and bad advice and “they” are playing on his macho drive and desire for power. His reputation so far is to bulldoze and get things done quickly, to show his position of power. Then again, he may have been in on it since he first committed to run for POTUS.
Still, as I mentioned in my previous post about WWII, it makes more sense that Assad is being framed and likely the attack was staged.
by Claire Bernish
President Donald Trump’s fraught and highly illegal attack on Syria this week in retaliation for an equally disputed chemical ‘attack,’ in which as many as 86 people perished at the alleged hands of the Syrian Arab Army on the literal eve of peace talks is being criticized by experts and cagey politicians at every level of government — including former CIA officer Philip Giraldi.
That Russian forces or those of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad would gas to death scores of guiltless civilians is nothing short of a “sham,” according to grumblings within the U.S. Intelligence Community.
Trump managed this injudicious assault with 59 Tomahawk missiles on a sovereign nation without even the pretext of congressional approval, prior to cursory investigation, and in clear violation of domestic and international law, with results expectedly dire — including the deaths of at least nine civilians — four of them, children. Continue clicking below. …
This video presents a synopsis of the situations in Syria and Iraq, who is fighting who etc.
The logical conclusion concerning the recent sarin gas attack is that Assad is being blamed. He does not benefit in the attack, but the rebel forces DO. One thing is clear, the entire region is one big mess. The globalists’ use of hegelian dialectics is obviously at work.