Preparation for a Big Attack on Syria?

(Stern Daler) #1

Western media peddle warnings and allegations of various NATO politicians/presidents against gas attacks etc. The Hashemite prineceling, Zeid bin Ra’ad, that Is commissioner of the UN and whose home country was deeply involved in the support of e.g. Soutfront in Dara’a speaks of crimes against humanity in Ghouta.

All this can be seen as encouragement to the terrorists to fake such crimes in the hope to provoke another US or NATO strike on Syrian forces plus a more direct and public involvement of foreign forces in the ongoing attack on Syria.

What is Your opinion?

I quote from Voice of America to prove my above summary.

"The United States and European powers are vowing a “firm response” to those responsible for recent alleged toxic gas attacks in Syria’s eastern Ghouta, where hundreds of civilians have died in recent weeks.

Their warning came as the UN’s human rights chief said on March 2 that the slaughter of civilians in Ghouta and elsewhere “are likely war crimes and potentially crimes against humanity.”

In a telephone conversation on March 2, U.S. President Donald Trump and German Chancellor Angela Merkel agreed that the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad “must be held accountable,” a German chancellery statement said.

“This applies both to the Assad regime’s deployment of chemical weapons and for its attacks against civilians and the blockade of humanitarian support,” the statement said.

In a separate conversation, Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron vowed there would be “no impunity” for those responsible if further chemical weapons attacks occur, the French presidency said.

Macron “stressed there will be a firm response in the case of proven use of chemical weapons leading to the death of civilians, in close coordination with our American allies,” the presidency said.

“France and the United States will not tolerate impunity,” it said.

Independent observers and residents have reported several alleged chlorine gas attacks in eastern Ghouta in the last month, including one in which a child allegedly suffocated to death last weekend."