The longer time goes on, the more apparent it is that the alleged gas attack in Syria was nothing more than a false flag operation and that we were lied to by the media and the Trump administration.
Before I share with you an either complicit or very naive CNN reporter, take a look at the aftermath of a real chemical attack.
The following footage comes from the 1988 attack on Kalabja near the end of the Iran-Iraq War. Following two days of conventional mortar and artillery warfare, Iraqi planes dropped what experts say may have included mustard gas, the nerve agents sarin, tabun and VX and possibly cyanide on the people.
The results are unmistakable compared to those images we’ve seen come out of Syria. Five thousand people were killed.
Now, compare that to the footage we’ve seen where the propagandizing White Helmet jihadis are clearly staging helping “victims” of an alleged chemical attack by Syrian Bashar al-Assad.
Notice this report from CBS that they state over and over cannot be verified as to where it was filmed nor the veracity of the video.
We know from an earlier report:
A Russian broadcaster VGTRK said it found the boy in the video, who appeared to be 11-year-old Hassan Diab. His story differed from the one presented by the activists and later propagated by the mainstream media.
Hassan said he was in the basement with his mother, who said they ran out of food when they heard some noise outside. When they went outside, they heard random shouting that they should go to the hospital, so they did. “Somebody was shouting that we had to go to the hospital, so we went there. When I came in, some people grabbed me and started pouring water over my head,” he told Evgeny Poddubny, a war correspondent from Russian broadcaster VGTRK. Hassan confirmed that he was the boy in the video, and was very scared when the whole situation unfolded. He is now fine and shows no symptoms of having experienced a chemical attack two weeks ago.
In an Instagram post, Poddubny claimed that 11-year-old Hassan got some much-needed food in exchange for his participation in the staged video. Hassan’s father’s story corroborates his son’s. The boy was eventually found by his father, who said he didn’t hear about any chemical attack that day.“I went to the hospital, walked upstairs, and found my wife and children. I asked them what had happened, and they said people outside were shouting about some smell and told them to go to the hospital. At the hospital, they gave dates and cookies to the kids,” he said.
One of the medical workers, who was reportedly on shift at the time, said he was surprised by the sudden influx. “Some people came here and washed people. They said: ‘Chemical attack. Chemical attack.’ We didn’t see any chemical attack symptoms,” he added. He did, however, say that there were many people with respiratory problems as a result of dust from recent bombings in the city.
So, the boy in the video above and his dad even say they didn’t even know a chemical attack occurred.
Now, we have CNN reporting that one of their reporters actually sniffed a backpack that is said to have been in the middle of the alleged chemical attack.
No, seriously, you can’t make this up.
Why is this CNN reporter sniffing chemical weapons?
I’d be a little concerned about inhaling chemical weapons.
Also, how can she smell them when CNN itself reported that sarin was used in the attack? Sarin is odorless.
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“There’s definitely something that stings,” CNN’s Arwa Damon says as she sniffs a backpack that allegedly belonged to one of the children in the attack.
“The smell is still quite strong, maybe these were the things they weren’t able to wash,” she adds.
Paul Joseph Watson rightly questions why should would be attempting to inhale chemical weapons and that sarin is actually odorless. But we have no need to question such a reputable outlet as CNN, right?
Here’s the full propaganda report from CNN.
Of course, many thought the backpack should have been brought back to CNN studios and passed around.
While it may have done some good to rid us of more propagandists, I don’t wish something like that on CNN “reporters.” Furthermore, this is said to be proof that Assad attacked his own people, but this proves nothing.
The claims made by the Pentagon and the White House offer no real proof that Assad did anything, not now, and not in 2017. In fact, he had no reason to do so, but the US has made him out to be the bad guy and no matter the person in the White House, the lies to perpetrate the airstrikes on Syria for an eventual topple of its president continue.
However, this is very telling and as I’ve said, had President Trump followed the Constitution, we would not be hearing of an attack on Syria.
Now, we have a second attack on a foreign country by this administration without Congressional authority and without an investigation or evidence, which is demanded our Constitution.
Article posted with permission from Sons Of Liberty Media
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