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Russia warns of possible false flag chemical attack in Syria

Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova warned that terrorists from a faction of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) have access to chemical weapons in Syria.

Published: September 2, 2017, 11:43 am

    Zakharova said on Thursday the weapons are held in the Dara province and that there were plans to deploy the chemical weapons in a false flag operation.

    “There are currently several munitions filled with toxic agents at the Shabab al-Sunnah group’s warehouse located in the Bosra al-Sham settlement in Dara’a province,” the spokeswoman said.

    “According to our information, militants plan to use these weapons to attack one of the settlements in the Dara’a province, putting the blame on the government forces,” she explained.

    Zakharova said the towns of Hiran, Nawa, Inkhil, Jamila, Tafas and Deira were the most likely targets for a chemical attack.

    Although the Syrian government turned over its entire chemical stockpile under a deal negotiated by Russia and the US back in 2013, there are terrorist stongholds were these wepaons are still being stockpiled.

    The Russian warning coincided with the mounting evidence that Syrian President Assad will not be removed as leader and the country will most likely stay under the protection of Russia and Iran.

    Meanwhile some evidence have surfaced that the so called “Syrian rebels” systematically trained children to play “chemical attack” victims.

    The evidence was found by Partisangirl, in a video on her videopage on Youtube. It shows children being instructed to act like they have been hit with Sarin gas, they convulse, they’re eyes blink and they froth at the mouth with fake foam applied to their faces while an adult dressed in a Mickey mouse costume tells them it’s all fun.

    A commentator remarked: “The headline for the video says: ‘A children play, the chemical and the world’ and that it was part of a children carnival organized by a group of volunteers.”

    In total some fifty children are in the room. Most of the younger ones sit against the wall watching while some ten older ones “play victims” in the centre of the room.

    Some ten children, from around 8 to 12, pretend to be playing with a ball. A siren sound is played and they “fall down” onto the ground. Some “sad” music then follows and the children pretend to twitch, some are laughing. Men with white lab coats appear. One wears a gas mask without filter. They attend to the “victims”. Some have ambu-bags and pretend to be reanimating those “affected”. One of the “doctors” goes from child to child and sprays shaving cream foam from a white/blue can next to their mouth.

    One “doctor” in a lab coat appears and picks up a girl from the ground. The moderator of the show comes up with the microphone and “interviews” the “doctor” with the girl in his arms. The “doctor” seems to lament the fate of the “attacked” children. He can be heard on the PA.

    Later that doctor “collapses” himself and “falls” to the ground and is “attended” to. Several men with hand cameras film the whole scene.

    The adult in his Mickey Mouse costume wears a “revolution” scarf. When the scene is over, everyone gets up from the ground. The children who have watched applaud. A man calls “Takbir”, the children respond with “Allahu Akbar”.

    The original video has the Youtube upload date of September 19, 2013. There is currently no known trick to fake Youtube upload dates.

    Russian Presidential Aide Yuri Ushakov meanwhile has castigated the decision to strip the Russian embassy in the United States of the right to use six facilities in US.

    “The Americans are taking away properties again and closing down general consulates. In other words, the Americans have taken away five facilities that were our property. Five of them enjoyed diplomatic immunity. The office of the trade mission in New York that we leased was another one. In all, they took away six facilities – the five we owned and another one we leased. It’s a raider seizure. We’ll think over to how we’ll respond,” Ushakov told Russian news agency TASS.

    “They do not only take properties away but also hinder the operation of our embassy and diplomatic offices. We will consider a response. At the same time it is very undesirable to have a clash, because somebody should display common sense and put an end to the grave condition of our bilateral relations,” Ushakov responded.

    The US administration is unconcerned by the possible consequences of raiding Russian properties, according to Ushakov. Instead they continue to damage bilateral relations with Russia, he added.

    “The US administration continues to damage bilateral relations, presumably with no regard to consequences not only for our countries, but for the global security as well,” Ushakov said. “It can only cause regret and disappointment,” the Russian presidential aide noted.

    And as the English expression goes: but there’s no smoke without fire, suggesting that unpleasant things probably hide a good reason. After ordering the Russians to shut down the Russian embassy in San Francisco in an unreasonably short timeframe, the city’s fire department responded to smoke coming out of the chimney of the building.

    Conveniently this brings attention to the ridiculous situation where the fire department rushes out for smoke coming from the only exit it should be coming from… the chimney.

    It appears that Russian diplomats began torching documents shortly after the US announced it would search the San Francisco premises with no advance warning. They would also not allow the fire brigade into the building, confirming that smoke should in all cases rather come from the chimney.

    There is sadly currently little difference between Democrats and Republicans. Most of America’s modern wars were started by liberal Democrats, not conservatives. Republicans – excluding the likes of John McCain – are generally painted as warmongers, however.

    When Barack Obama left office, he presided over a record seven wars, including America’s longest war and an unprecedented campaign of extrajudicial killings by drones.

    In his last year, according to a Council on Foreign Relations study, Obama, the Nobel Peace Laureate, dropped 26 171 bombs – three bombs every hour, 24 hours a day. Having pledged to help “rid the world” of nuclear weapons, Obama in fact built more nuclear warheads than any president since the Cold War.

    Obama’s last move as president was to sign a bill that handed a record $618 billion to the Pentagon, partly explaining the ascendancy of militarism in the White House.

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