The War for Syria

Back in February Secretary of Defense James Mattis stated that the U.S. has “no evidence” that the Syrian government used the banned nerve agent Sarin against its own people.

This assertion flies in the face of the White House  Memorandum which was rapidly produced and declassified to justify an American Tomahawk missile strike against the Shayrat airbase in Syria in 2017.

Secretary of Defense James Mattis made it very clear recently that “aid groups and others” had provided the U.S. with evidence that was insufficient to conclude that President Bashar Assad had recently used the chemical weapon Sarin against Syrian civilians. In other words, the Pentagon does not believe what has been presented to it as evidence, chiefly because of the dubious source of the providers.

Much of this is all part of the pattern we’ve seen for decades with the US government destroying much of the Middle East on behalf of Israel.

General Wesley Clark exposed how this was all planned and put into place only 10 days after 9/11. Within days of 9/11, as if they had already had it planned, Clark was told that the US Department of Deffense would attack, invade and occupy seven countries: Iraq, and then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and, finishing off, Iran.

To date, they have acted upon three, in addition to Afghanistan: Iraq, Libya, and Syria.

There are many non-mainstream news outlets speaking the truth about the nature of the Syrian situation, but if you believe that history repeats itself then you will have no trouble believing the intention for all of this propaganda is to install a Western-backed regime in Syria.

Originally published: https://justmy2cents2017.wordpress.com/2018/04/14/have-we-forgotten/?fb_action_ids=10212359366159413&fb_action_types=news.publishes&fb_source=other_multiline&action_object_map=%5B1904704666229647%5D&action_type_map=%5B%22news.publishes%22%5D&action_ref_map=%5B%5D

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About Sylvia Van Peebles

Sylvia Van Peebles currently lives in the Temecula Valley of Southern California and has a passion for writing. Sylvia has a broad range of experience that allows her to write on many different topics.
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