Monday, 26 June 2017

Syria planning another chemical attack, another hoax call by the US

A chemical weapon factory destroyed in Iraq

This morning I burst into laughter and one of my teammates asked me to share the joke with others. He was shocked to hear that it was not a joke, but a news headline, U.S. threatens Syria, says Assad is planning chemical weapons attack. This reminded all of us about another headline “Iraq has weapons of mass destruction". It was a hoax call used as a justification to attack Iraq. I would not like to take a lot of time of my readers, but share just three news to once again prove the game of embedded journalists and dishonest western media, mostly in the control of Zionists.
According to the first news, More than 80 people were killed in a suspected chemical attack on the rebel-held town of Khan Sheikhoun in North-Western Syria on 4 April. Hundreds suffered symptoms consistent with reaction to a nerve agent after what the opposition and Western powers said was a Syrian government air strike on the area.  Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said the incident was fabricated, while his ally Russia said an air strike hit a rebel depot full of chemical munitions.
The second news say, It is long established that Iraq — with assistance from the U.S. and other Western countries — produced enormous quantities of chemical weapons during its eight-year war with Iran in the 1980s. After Iraq was expelled from Kuwait during the Gulf War in 1991, the United Nations Security Council sent inspectors to ensure that Iraq disclosed and destroyed its entire chemical (and biological and nuclear) weapons programs. Iraq repeatedly said that it had done so, while the Clinton and George W. Bush administrations claimed it was still hiding pre-1991 weaponry.
The third but most import news disclosed, Recently Donald Trump broke with the Republican convention and roiled the party base by boldly stating “You call it whatever you want. I want to tell you. They [the Bush administration] lied. They said there were weapons of mass destruction [in Iraq]; there were none. And they knew there were none. There were no weapons of mass destruction.” He also stated “We spent $2 trillion, thousands of lives. Obviously, it was a mistake. George Bush made a mistake. We can make mistakes. But that one was a beauty. We should have never been in Iraq. We have destabilized the Middle East.”

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