Chemical Weapon or Not

  1. Mark Johann profile image64
    Mark Johannposted 3 years ago

    I am eager to know your own opinion what hit the innocent civilians in Aleppo, Syria.

    1. maxoxam41 profile image79
      maxoxam41posted 3 years ago in reply to this

      If you read independent sources of information you can't help but question yourself on the involvement of the US in the instability and the future eradication of Syria as an objective. You can't help but question why would a government that is supported by more than 70% of the Syrian population attack its population, why would a government that military superiority is undeniable against the enemy on its land will elevate to martyrdom the massacre of children and civilians, why would Assad accept UN commissions to verify the US version of the "facts" if he had something to hide, why the US didn't accept Assad's proposition to organize free elections (if he were a dictator), why when three countries Iran, Iraq and Syria decide to commercialize their gas (that will compete with our Nabucco) by building a pipeline that will cross their countries do we decide that suddenly they are the villains and therefore ravage their lands, why is there good terrorists (the ones that we are financing) and bad terrorists (tell me who they are because most of the active ones correspond to the local resistance against the Israeli attacks since they are supported by the population)...
      Now each time a government was not suitable to the US establishment it was overthrown invoking whatever suitable reason, articles on the Gladio showed that the US created secret armies to so-called develop a rebellion in the targeted country. Those secret armies attacked the local population and blamed the communist party for instance when the cold war was at full throttle.
      The analogy with the events in Syria is definitely not far-fetched and to be honest fit our modus operandi. And again, who is going to intervene? Us, the US.