…by Gordon Duff and Jim W. Dean, with Bassam Barakat
The Pentagon lied about it all. Three sites weren’t attacked, 28 were and almost all US missiles were downed. Why?
Russia had given Syria 40 Pantsir S2 mobile air defense systems which protected all high value targets including, and this is a rumor, an attempt to kill Assad in his home above the Damascus skyline. This is from the attack last year, more video will be coming up.
The most important sites were totally protected, some got one hit or more and the long abandoned “research center” that Trump brags about, emptied out in 2013, was undefended by Syria.
The video we are seeing shows the hits, empty buildings, no furniture, no fixtures, no cars, buildings stripped clean and abandoned hit in Trump’s billion dollar “wag the dog” attack
This is a Pantsir S2
To cover their fat behinds, the Perfumed Princes of the Pentagon claimed they were trying to hit only 3 facilities including the place where, according to the orange blimp Trump, Syria invented Chlorine Gas. (first synthesized in England in 1638 according to Wikipedia, but what do we know?)
The kicker will be this, will Russia deliver the S300 to Syria as they warned today? That will end Israel’s ability to ever hit Iran or operate freely over Saudi Arabia.
The other rumor is that Iran is borrowing Russian bombers.
These planes, shown a year ago, were redeployed to Iran two days ago. Along with them were Russian fighters, SU27s, which may be handed over to the Iranian Air Force:
The SU27 can make mincemeat of Israel’s F15E fighter bombers, hitting any incoming attack over Saudi Arabia or catching Israel using bases in Azerbaijan and Georgia, where they have infiltrated the governments.
While the cheering is going on in Washington, the Pentagon is crying croc tears and hoping the controlled media, owned by Israel, will keep the real story under wraps.
Duff has traveled extensively, is published around the world and is a regular guest on TV and radio in more than “several” countries. He is also a trained chef, wine enthusiast, avid motorcyclist and gunsmith specializing in historical weapons and restoration. Business experience and interests are in energy and defense technology.
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