Let me try to pull a Ricky Vaughn and White Pill all you Goys on this little news blurb – at least they’re not blaming the Iranians for everything.
Actually, never mind – they’re blaming Vladimir Putin again…
The Syrian regime has adapted its chemical weapons program since a 2013 disarmament deal and appears to be continuing to produce and employ banned chemical munitions, the Trump administration said Thursday.
Senior U.S. officials laid out what they said were strong indications that the government of President Bashar al-Assad, seeking to overcome diminished military might, has used the munitions repeatedly since the April attack that triggered President Trump’s missile strike on a Syrian military facility.
Are these “strong indications” mainly comprised of memos drafted by Israeli intelligence?
Are they similar to what we used to invade Iraq in 2003, and randomly bomb Syria last April?
“We’re certainly seeing the evolution of allegations into new kinds of weapons that suggests an ongoing production capability” related to sarin and chlorine weapons, one official said. “They clearly think they can get away with this if they keep it under a certain level.”
The comments indicate mounting American concern that Syrian authorities may be trying to rebuild their chemical weapons program despite years of international censure — and that support from Russia may be helping them do so.
Let’s be honest here – if Russia wanted to arm Syria with actual chemical/biological weapons, they’d just hand over a few dozen smallpox and hemorrhagic fever bombs that would wipe out half the Middle East in the course of a few weeks.
But here’s the thing – Russia under Vladimir Putin typically doesn’t act in the manner of a rogue nation like the United States.
They’re whole goal is to preserve their nation’s strength and the integrity of their allies – not randomly arm terrorists in order to strengthen Israel at the expense of her rivals.
State Department spokesman Edgar Vasquez said the United States was “extremely concerned” about another report of chlorine gas use Thursday in Eastern Ghouta, an opposition-controlled suburb of Damascus that has been the site of previous chemical attacks.
Yes, Goyim, trust the kind and scholarly Hispanic gentleman.
When he tells you that Assad is determined to wipe out areas of his own capital with WMD’s (already slated for repairs once the remaining terrorist pockets are flushed out), you should believe him.
Logic and reasoning should be put aside from now – think about the poor children.
The weapons are also a means, the officials said, to strike fear among residents of opposition-controlled areas, possibly with the goal of reshaping the demographic makeup of those zones and deterring the return of refugees who may oppose the government.
Yeah, about that…
I don’t think Assad is going to have to worry about returning refugees anytime soon – their Ficki Ficki activities in Europe are a little bit more enticing than anything else on the agenda.
Facing the likelihood of renewed chemical attacks, senior U.S. officials called on international allies to intensify pressure on the Assad government.
They singled out Russia, echoing comments from Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and other U.S. leaders who have said Moscow bears responsibility for the chemical attacks.
Is this like the collective holohoax guilt thing all Whites are supposed to bear?
And does that mean America has to take responsibility for the actions of ISIS, Al Qaeda, and other terrorist groups across the globe?
“If the international community does not take action now .?.?. we will see more chemical weapons use, not just by Syria but by non-state actors such as ISIS and beyond,” the first official said. “And that use will spread to U.S. shores.”
If you’re at least in your late 20’s and still have a bit of love for The Donald, reread that last paragraph a few more times to let everything sink in.
They’re literally regurgitating rhetoric and talking points from late 2002 and early 2003 – all drafted up by Neocon think tanks itching at the thought of starting another desert war.
And last I checked, none of this was supposed to be a part of Trump’s platform once in office.