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President Trump responded Sunday to reports of a suspected chemical attack in the Syrian city of Douma, blaming Syrian President Bashar Assad and his international allies for the apparent attack that left dozens dead and hundreds injured. In some of his most critical comments directed at Russian President Vladimir Putin to date, Mr. Trump threatened that there’s a “big price … to pay” for those backing the Assad regime.

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Many dead, including women and children, in mindless CHEMICAL attack in Syria. Area of atrocity is in lockdown and encircled by Syrian Army, making it completely inaccessible to outside world. President Putin, Russia and Iran are responsible for backing Animal Assad. Big price…

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….to pay. Open area immediately for medical help and verification. Another humanitarian disaster for no reason whatsoever. SICK!

Now, all this is fine and dandy EXCEPT EXCEPT the last time they tried to pin a chemical attack on ASSAD it ended up looking nothing like a chemical attack from ASSAD. The last time it happened it appeared that ASSAD had bombed rebel strongholds that were FILLED with noxious chemicals, not chemical weapons. So people really died from chemicals, but it wasn’t a chemical bomb. Worse, the rebels came out later with a video of THEM shooting off a chemical mortar.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said at least 80 people were killed in Douma on Saturday, including around 40 who died from suffocation. But it said the suffocations were the result of shelters collapsing on people inside.
Why is this happening? Well Trump went to the Generalissimos and said “Guys its time to pull out of Syria” <kylesMom>Wha wha WHAAAAA</kylesMom> The generals threw a fit. But the ISIS! But the ASSAD! My duckets my daughters (vain merchant of venice reference). They threw an absolute fit. Wait I thought Isis was destroyed? Well in truth they just shaved off their beards and blended BACK into the native population, so that means ANYTIME AMERICA leaves, they just reappear. FUCK THAT.
So Trump tried to pull out and the Generals had a hissy fit. And then how convenient, oh looks like Assad is using chemicals again. DONT YOU BUY IT FOR ONE INSTANT ITS FAKE PROPAGANDA.
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Now, the big issue with isis was they had TONS OF MONEY from taking all the oil wells. Well, the US should hire blackwater contractors to set up garrisons at each oil station and safe guard them. At least slow them down until F-16s can be called in to fire bomb their asses. That will stop bearded kid fuckers from stealing the oil again. But theres no reason for the military to be there. Sure we need a carrier strike group in the gulf. That goes without saying, but its time to pull out and let the savages do savage things to each other and say fuck it it’s not worth american blood. And by the way Iraq, we demand 40% of your oil until you pay back the SIX TRILLION we spent.
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here is no basis to the Trump Administration’s accusations that the government of Bashar al Assad was involved in deliberately triggering a chemical weapons attack with a view to killing Syrian civilians.

This December 2013 article by Global Research’s Correspondent Carla Stea at UN Headquarters confirms that the “Opposition” rebels were in possession of chemical weapons. According to the UN mission report, Syrian soldiers as well as civilians were the target of chemical weapons attacks led by opposition rebels. 

The US sponsored “rebels” had been trained in the use of chemical weapons by specialists on contract ot the Pentagon. 

Michel Chossudovsky, Global Research, April 8, 2017

On December 13, [2013] UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon signed identical letters to the UN General Assembly and Security Council, stating: 

“I have the honour to convey herewith the final report of the United Nations Mission to investigate allegations of the use of chemical weapons in the Syrian Arab Republic”

The letter of transmittal was signed by Professor Ake Sellstrom, Head of Mission, and Dr. Maurizio Barbeschi, signing for the WHO component.

On page 21 of this 85 page report is stated:

“Khan al Asal, 19 March 2013:  111.  The United Nations Mission collected credible information that corroborates the allegations that chemical weapons were used in Khan al Asal on 19 March 2013 against soldiers and civilians.”

Page 22:

“Jobar, 24 August 2013:  113.  The United Nations Mission collected evidence consistent with the probable use of chemical weapons in Jobar on 24 August on a relatively small scale against soldiers…”

Page 114, this assessment is based on the following:

(a)    Interviews with survivors and clinicians and medical records confirm symptoms of organophosphorous intoxication:

(b)    Blood samples recovered by the Syrian Government on 24 August 2013 and authenticated by the United Nations Mission using DNA techniques tested positive for signatures of Sarin;

(c)    One of the four blood samples collected from the same patients by the United Nations Mission on 28 September 2013 tested positive for Sarin.”

Page 23:

“Ashrafiah Sahnaya, 25 August 2013 117.  The United Nations Mission collected evidence that suggests that chemical weapons were used in Ashrafiah Sahnaya on 25 August 2013 on a small scale against soldiers.  118.

This assessment is based on the following:

(a)    Interviews with survivors and clinicians and medical records confirm symptoms of organophosphorous intoxication;

(b)    Blood samples recovered by the Syrian government on 24 August 2013, authenticated by the United Nations Mission using DNA techniques, tested positive for signatures of Sarin.”

The attacks of March 19, August 24 and August 25, 2013 upon Syrian government soldiers indicate that the rebels were in possession of sarin both before and immediately after the chemical weapon attack at Ghouta of August 21, 2013.  It would have been virtually impossible for the rebels to acquire chemical weapons so quickly in late August had they not already previously been in possession of chemical weapons.