…by Jonas E. Alexis
Maria Zakharova, Director of the Information and Press Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, has recently declared that the so-called Syrian rebels, who have been receiving US military backing from time immemorial, have used poison gas on civilians in Aleppo. This recent poison gas attack
“led to the deaths of five and suffocation of eight more civilians…A local police source told SANA that terrorist groups fired rocket shells at the al-Hamadaniyeh neighborhood, injuring six. They also targeted the Salah-Eddin neighborhood, killing two and injuring 11 more.”
The United States, said Zakharova, is an accomplice:
“The United States is supporting these animals who used poison gas against the civilian population. Unfortunately it’s not the only tragedy which the ‘moderates’ backed by Washington stand behind.”
Zakharova continued to say that “The United States and the SDF [Syria Democratic Forces] are not taking any steps to warn people to avoid deaths.”
This accusation has been supported by Amnesty International:
“Amnesty International says Syrian rebel groups believed to be backed by the US, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey are responsible for abductions, torture and summary killings in north and north-western Syria.
“The London-based rights group documented 24 cases of abduction by armed groups in Aleppo and Idlib provinces between 2012 and 2016. Victims included peaceful activists and children, as well as minorities targeted solely because of their religion, Amnesty said.
“Amnesty quoted activists as saying that the Nour al-Din Zanki Movement and Syrian al-Qaeda affiliate, the al-Nusra Front, also used the same forms of torture frequently reported to have been practised by the regime of President Bashar al-Assad.
“Among the rebel groups singled out for committing the abuses are the Nour al-Din Zanki Movement, the Levant Front, the 16th Division, hardline Islamist group Ahrar al-Sham, and al-Nusra. The US-based Institute for the Study of War, in a February report on opposition groups in Aleppo, said that the first three were current or former recipients of US support.”
This certainly confirms what VT has been saying over the past four years, that the so-called Syrian rebels have been trained and paid by the Powers That Be. As Gordon Duff has recently pointed out, one has to ask where the so-called rebels get their advanced weapons—those wonderful toys. Did they forge them in the Middle East?
Or is there a powerful organization behind the political scene here? As Duff puts it, how do those terrorists—most specifically “an Islamic male”—move around the world on aircraft without getting caught? Don’t the Powers That Be tell us ad nauseam that the NSA helps deter terrorist activities? Something is certainly fishy here, and Duff is right again:
“How do [those terrorists] get there from Indonesia to the Philippines? What are [people in Washington] asking us to believe? There is a certain amount of insanity in this.”
There are other fundamental issues that need to be addressed as well: Where are the Neoconservatives? Where are political scumbags like John McCain? Remember what happened when they accused the Syrian government of using chemical weapons in the region? Remember how the Neoconservatives went wild like buffalos? Remember how those pinheads unanimously declared virtually every single day that the United States had to immediately remove Assad from power? Remember how the Zionist media brainwashed the average American and much of the world with lies like Assad was evil incarnate?
But when the so-called Syrian rebels use chemical weapons, the Zionist media and political whores and sluts actually go dormant. Newsweek, a thoroughly Zionist outlet, tries very hard to divert the issue by saying that there has not been an independent study on the recent claim. In a similar vein, the Washington Post produced a fraudulent and deceptive article just a few days ago saying:
“Syrian rebels accused government forces of launching toxic gas attacks on civilians in a town southwest of Aleppo on Tuesday. The government rejected the claim and accused the rebels of using chemical weapons themselves.
“Rebel sources provided video of people receiving treatment who they say were among the victims of a gas attack, but the images were not conclusive and neither of the gas attack claims by the rebels or the government could be independently verified.”
The New York Times produced the same report, deceiving their faithful readers. Obviously these diabolical manifestations show us that the New World Order is ruled by irrational people, and their job is to keep the masses blind so that they cannot see past political categories.
Our job is to expose those Satanists and tell them that they really have no clothes and that people of reason will never stand with them. As Alexander Solzhenitsyn would have put it, once those Satanists are exposed, they will be swiftly and helplessly fall away, for “that which is destined to be naked will be exposed as such to the world.”
 “US-backed Syrian rebels responsible for toxic gas attack in Aleppo – Russian military,” Russia Today, August 3, 2016.
 Conor Gaffey, “Aleppo Siege: Russia Claims Rebels Used ‘Toxic Gas’ in Battle for Syria’s Second City,” Newsweek, August 4, 2016.
 Sarah El Deeb and Philip Issa, “Syrian government and rebels trade gas attack accusations,” Washington Post, August 2, 2016.
 “Syrian Government and Rebels Trade Gas Attack Accusations,” NY Times, August 2, 2016.
Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, the history of the Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the book, Kevin MacDonald’s Metaphysical Failure: A Philosophical, Historical, and Moral Critique of Evolutionary Psychology, Sociobiology, and Identity Politics. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.
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