As chemical weapons inspectors are preparing for inspections on Saturday in Syria, President Bashar al-Assad has said, “Whenever the Syrian army achieves victory in the field, some western countries rise their voices and intensify their movements in an attempt to change the track of events.”
Of course, Assad is receiving support from both Russia and Iran. However, that does not mean he is guilty of attacking his own people with chemical weapons.
The Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) reported:
The talks dealt with the accelerated developments in the war on terrorism and the political repercussions resulting from it.
Velayati congratulated President al-Assad and the Syrian people on defeating terrorism from the eastern Ghouta and liberating its people and riding them of the terrorists’ crimes.
The talks stressed that threats of some western countries to attack Syria, based on the lies fabricated by these countries and their tools of the terrorist organizations inside Syria, came after the liberation of the eastern Ghouta and the failure of a new bet of those upon which these countries have relied in the war on Syria.
“Whenever the Syrian army achieves victory in the field, some western countries rise [sic] their voices and intensify their movements in an attempt to change the track of events,” President al-Assad said.
It does seem to appear that way, and will all of the funding, training and arming of Islamic jihadis against Assad, and the credibility given to the fake rescuers known as the White Helmets by the West, it’s no wonder that Assad and other countries don’t trust the West, not that many of them did in the first place.
However, even in America, many of us recognize the propaganda being fed to us in the mainstream media to push a coming war with Syria.
President Assad doesn’t seem bothered by threats from President Donald Trump to attack his country, and apparently, neither do the people of Syria who have been at war for the past seven years. Take a look at this report by CBS.
Velayati said that Iran has and will always be by Syria’s side and that US plots in Syria are doomed.
Yeah, that’s probably true, just like our plots in Afghanistan, Iraq, Yemen and other nations we stick our noses in through unconstitutional wars in an attempt to police the world.
Tensions continue to rise between the US and Russia due to the threats of attacks based on absolutely no evidence, just like last year, that the Syrian government attacked its own people.
Russia has said that it will meet force with American force if the US attacks and many are concerned this could lead to a nuclear war.
Joining Fox News’ Tucker Carlson, Professor emeritus of Russian studies at Princeton University and New York University Stephen Cohen said he was more worried now than he has ever been in his life of the possibility of nuclear war with Russia.
“If Russians die, if Damascus is attacked, Russia will retaliate with its excellent weapons, every bit as good as ours…some people say in some regards the missile technology better,” Cohen said. “Russia will strike, Americans in Syria will die,” he said.
“We will be where we have never, ever, ever been with Russia, killing each other…bearing in mind that both nations are laden with Nuclear weapons,” Cohen added. “So, I am more worried than I have ever been in my life, at least since the Cuban missile crisis.”
US military strikes are a really, really bad decision to make here, and they contradict what Trump promised the people who voted for him during the campaign, but then, we’ve seen him do a number of those flip-flops, haven’t we?
In any case, Russia is preparing for nuclear war, according to some reports, even as England prepares to possibly send submarines into the region to strike Syria.
While several western countries seem to be on board with striking Syria, Italy and Germany are saying they want no part of it without any evidence.Facebook and Twitter, and follow our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.
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