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Syria False Flag:
Obama continues 9/11-wars strategy

2011: The United States destabilizes Syria part of wider foreign policy

In 2011, the United States government began to claim that the "Arab Spring" now enveloped Libya and Syria, as it had already transformed Tunisia and Egypt. However, generalizing non-white nations is a simple framework often used by Western politicians in order to sell a foreign policy action onto a trusting public. Using the "Arab Spring" model was a helpful tool for the Obama administration to manufacture consent for war. In actuality, Obama continued the so-called "War on Terror" regime-change policy, started under George W. Bush after 9/11, a policy supported by Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Turkey --- with the purpose of ousting secular governments and replacing them with satellite governments rooted in political Islam --- as part of Turkey and Qatar's quest for territorial expansion. Libyan secular dictator Muammar Gaddafi, an enemy of political Islam, was removed from power by NATO warplanes and U.S. backed Islamic extremists in 2011 and, after removed, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said on October 20, 2011: "We came, we saw, he died." Before the 2011 U.S. invasion, Libya was a secular socialist nation with free medicine, free education, free electricity, universal right to a home, and broad women's rights. Libya was the most prosperous nation in Africa before the 2011 U.S.-sponsored regime change, and the dictator was only hated by small pockets of Islamic minority groups that were backed by the CIA. After the power in Libya was successfully shifted out of secular hands, Syria was the next target for the Obama administration.

Truth is the first casaulty:
Obama and media create fiction of Arab Spring

"Most Syrians back President Assad, but you'd never know from western media; Assad's popularity, Arab League observers, US military involvement: all distorted in the west's propaganda war"
—Jonathan Steele, The Guardian 1/17/2012

Since 2006 (long before the so-called Arab Spring), the U.S. funds rebel group. "The files show that up to $6.3 million US was funnelled to the Movement for Justice and Development, a London-based dissident organization that operates the Barada TV satellite channel, which broadcasts anti-government news into Syria. Another $6 million went to support a variety of initiatives, including training for journalists and activists, between 2006 and 2010."
—CBC Reporter, CBC News 4/18/2011

CIA, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and Qatar fund Islamic opposition to Assad

"A small number of C.I.A. officers are operating secretly in southern Turkey, helping allies decide which Syrian opposition fighters across the border will receive arms to fight the Syrian government, according to American officials and Arab intelligence officers....The weapons, including automatic rifles, rocket-propelled grenades, ammunition and some antitank weapons, are being funneled mostly across the Turkish border by way of a shadowy network of intermediaries including Syria's Muslim Brotherhood and paid for by Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar, the officials said."
—Eric Schmitt, The New York Times 6/21/2012

"Exclusive: Secret Turkish nerve center leads aid to Syria rebels; Turkey has set up a secret base with allies Saudi Arabia and Qatar to direct vital military and communications aid to Syria's rebels from a city near the border, Gulf sources have told Reuters."
—Regan Doherty and Amena Bakr, Reuters 7/27/2012

"Al Qaida-linked group Syria rebels once denied now key to anti-Assad victories; ..."When we finish with Assad, we will fight the U.S.!" one Nusra fighter shouted in the northeastern Syrian city of Ras al Ayn when he was told an American journalist present."
—David Enders, McClatchy Newspapers 12/02/2012

"Nowhere in rebel-controlled Syria is there a secular fighting force to speak of."
—Ben Hubbard, New York Times 4/27/2013

"Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said Thursday a "red line was crossed" in Syria and called for international action following reports of a massacre involving chemical weapons."
—AFP Reporters, AFP 8/22/2013

CBS News, 60 Minutes
Qatar: A tiny country asserts powerful influence
Qatar is the "engine" of the Arab Spring

False Flag, WMD lies in Syria:
U.S.-backed Rebels, not Assad, used Chemical weapons

May 2013 False Flag attack:
United Nations blames US-backed Rebels, not Assad, for WMDs

"UN's Del Ponte says evidence Syria rebels 'used sarin'; Testimony from victims of the conflict in Syria suggests rebels have used the nerve agent, sarin, a leading member of a UN commission of inquiry has said.
—BBC Reporter, BBC 5/6/2013

"U.N. has testimony that Syrian rebels used sarin gas: investigator; U.N. human rights investigators have gathered testimony from casualties of Syria's civil war and medical staff indicating that rebel forces have used the nerve agent sarin, one of the lead investigators said on Sunday."
—Reuters Reporter, Reuters 5/5/2013

White House lies: "Following a deliberative review, our intelligence community assesses that the Assad regime has used chemical weapons, including the nerve agent sarin, on a small scale against the opposition multiple times in the last year."
—Office of the Press Secretary, White House 6/13/2013

August 2013 False Flag attack:
Unlike May 2013, United Nations investigation silenced

Charles Duelfer, U.N. weapons inspector: "The secretary-general of the U.N. says their sole task is to determine whether chemical agents had been used. They're not tasked with finding out who was in back of it."
—Renee Montagne, NPR 8/22/2013

"The report issued on Monday confirmed the nerve agent sarin was used in the August 21 attack but did not assign blame. Britain, France and the United States said it confirmed Syria's government, not rebels as Russia has suggested, was behind it."
—Steve Gutterman, Reuters 9/18/2013

"The U.N. investigation, conducted by a team headed by Swedish scientist Ake Sellstrom, was not designed to assign blame for the attack."
—Christi Parsons and Paul Richter, L.A. Times 9/13/2013

"U.S. rejects Syrian request that U.N. inspectors stay longer, possibly delaying military strike ; The Obama administration appeared Wednesday to be forging ahead with preparations to attack Syria. It dismissed a Syrian request to extend chemical weapons inspections there as a delaying tactic and said it saw little point in further discussion of the issue at the United Nations. President Obama said that "there need to be international consequences" for the Aug. 21 chemical strikes he said he has concluded were carried out by the Syrian government."
—Karen DeYoung, Washington Post 8/28/2013

President Obama's Aug. 31 statement on Syria: "Ten days ago, the world watched in horror as men, women and children were massacred in Syria in the worst chemical weapons attack of the 21st century. Yesterday the United States presented a powerful case that the Syrian government was responsible for this attack on its own people..... Our intelligence shows the Assad regime and its forces preparing to use chemical weapons, launching rockets in the highly populated suburbs of Damascus, and acknowledging that a chemical weapons attack took place. ...Now, after careful deliberation, I have decided that the United States should take military action against Syrian regime targets. ...I'm confident in the case our government has made without waiting for U.N. inspectors."
—Washington Post Staff, Washington Post 8/31/2013

August 2013 attack:
Investigators show U.S.-supported rebels responsible, not Assad

"The U.S. government insists it has the intelligence to prove it, but the American public has yet to see a single piece of concrete evidence — no satellite imagery, no transcripts of Syrian military communications — connecting the government of President Bashar Assad to the alleged chemical weapons attack last month that killed hundreds of people."
—Kimberly Dozier and Zeina Karam, Associated Press 9/8/2013

"MIT expert claims latest chemical weapons attack in Syria was staged; Theodore Postol, a professor emeritus at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), issued a series of three reports in response to the White House's finding that Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad perpetrated the attack on 4 April. He concluded that the US government's report does not provide any "concrete" evidence that Assad was responsible, adding it was more likely that the attack was perpetrated by players on the ground."
—Tareq Haddad, International Business Times 4/17/2017

"The timing and location of the reported chemical weapons use - just three days after the team of U.N. chemical experts checked in to a Damascus hotel a few miles to the east at the start of their mission - was surprising. .... 'Logically, it would make little sense for the Syrian government to employ chemical agents at such a time, particularly given the relatively close proximity of the targeted towns (to the U.N. team),' said Charles Lister, analysts at IHS Jane's Terrorism and Insurgency Centre."
—Sam Webb, London Daily Mail 8/21/2013

"In the streets of government-controlled Damascus, many people said they do not believe the government resorted to the use of nerve agents....Staff at the Mezzeh University hospital told CNN they received many casualties Wednesday from the area allegedly hit by the attack. But, they said, the casualties showed no signs of having been subjected to chemical agents."
—Frederik Pleitgen and Laura Smith-Spark, CNN 8/24/2013

"New analysis of rocket used in Syria chemical attack undercuts U.S. claims; A series of revelations about the rocket believed to have delivered poison sarin gas to a Damascus suburb last summer are challenging American intelligence assumptions about that attack and suggest that the case U.S. officials initially made for retaliatory military action was flawed. ....A team of security and arms experts, meeting this week in Washington to discuss the matter, has concluded that the range of the rocket that delivered sarin in the largest attack that night was too short for the device to have been fired from the Syrian government positions where the Obama administration insists they originated. ....But the authors of a report released Wednesday said that their study of the rocket's design, its likely payload and its possible trajectories show that it would have been impossible for the rocket to have been fired from inside areas controlled by the government of Syrian President Bashar Assad."
—Matthew Schofield, McClatchy Foreign Staff 1/15/2014

"Seymour Hersh Alleges Obama Administration Lied on Syria Gas Attack; Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Seymour Hersh has dropped yet another bombshell allegation: President Obama wasn't honest with the American people when he blamed Syrian President Bashar al-Assad for a sarin-gas attack in that killed hundreds of civilians."
—Adrian Lee, The Wire 12/8/2013

"chemical weapons found in rebel tunnels"
—Staff and agencies, The Guardian 8/24/2013

August 2013 False Flag attack:
Obama and Neocons beat wardrums, backing Islamic rebels

"The White House asserted Sunday that a "common-sense test" rather than "irrefutable, beyond-a-reasonable-doubt evidence" makes the Syrian government responsible for a chemical weapons attack that President Barack Obama says demands a U.S. military response."
—AP STAFF, Associated Press 9/8/2013

"Sen. John McCain, a proponent of arming Syrian rebels, quietly slipped into Syria for a meeting with anti-government fighters Monday."
—Suzanne Gamboa, Associated Press 5/27/2013

"Yellowcake all over again: Don't believe the Syrian interventionists; Possible chemical weapons attack has the usual hawks urging intervention in Syria. Their intel could be wrong again"
—Patrick L. Smith, Salon 8/23/2013

"House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) late Thursday appeared to push for military action in response to the Syrian regime's alleged use of chemical weapons on its people."
—Aaron Blake, Washington Post 8/30/2013

"The poll indicated that 53 percent of Democrats, 59 percent of independents and 73 percent of Republicans believe Congress should vote against the plan to strike Syria."
—AP Writers, Associated Press 9/09/2013

"British Foreign Secretary William Hague said Britain, the United States and their allies were militarily poised to deliver a harsh military message to Assad after Wednesday's alleged nerve gas attack on Jobar."
—UPI Reporters, UPI 8/26/2013

"The intelligence linking Syrian President Bashar Assad or his inner circle to an alleged chemical weapons attack that killed at least 100 people is no "slam dunk," with questions remaining about who actually controls some of Syria's chemical weapons stores and doubts about whether Assad himself ordered the strike, U.S. intelligence officials say.... President Barack Obama declared unequivocally Wednesday that the Syrian government was responsible, while laying the groundwork for an expected U.S. military strike..... "We have concluded that the Syrian government in fact carried these out," Obama said in an interview with "NewsHour" on PBS. "And if that's so, then there need to be international consequences." ....However, multiple U.S. officials used the phrase "not a slam dunk" to describe the intelligence picture - a reference to then-CIA Director George Tenet's insistence in 2002 that U.S. intelligence showing Iraq had weapons of mass destruction was a "slam dunk" - intelligence that turned out to be wrong.
—Kimberly Dozier and Matt Apuzzo, Associated Press 8/29/2013

President Barack Obama speech transcript: "The evidence is overwhelming that the Assad regime used such weapons on August 21 st. U.N. inspectors gave a clear accounting that advanced rockets fired large quantities of sarin gas at civilians. These rockets were fired from a regime-controlled neighborhood, and landed in opposition neighborhoods. It is an insult to human reason — and to the legitimacy of this institution — to suggest that anyone other than the regime carried out this attack."
—POLITICO STAFF, Politico 9/24/2013

"On Syria, a Drumbeat With Some Echoes of Iraq; The White House promising intelligence that will provide proof about weapons of mass destruction. Frenetic efforts to piece together a coalition of the willing. Breathless news reports about imminent bombing raids.... The days since the deadly chemical weapons attack last week in Syria carry an eerie echo of the tense days leading up to the American-led invasion of Iraq in 2003. Some veterans of that period are expressing qualms that this time, too, the war drums are beating too loudly."
—Mark Landler, Associated Press 8/28/2013

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