An important point that needs to be made (hat tip Christiana ) is that the US invasion of Iraq and the removal of Saddam Hussein were advocated by members of the same cabal of Zionists who now are advocating war with Syria. And of course pulling the strings of their goyim politicians to achieve their ends.
In the video below from the year 2002 you will see Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu testifying before members of Congress about Saddam Hussein’s alleged weapons of mass destruction. The Jewish man visible immediately behind Netanyahu’s left shoulder is Ron Dermer, the current Israeli ambassador to the US. In the video Netanyahu speaks of Iraq’s “portable manufacturing sites of mass death,” while also alleging that Saddam was being assisted in his nuclear weapons program by Russians. The United States, he asserts, “must destroy” Saddam’s “regime,” he tells the Congress members.
Netanyahu made those comments before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform on September 12, 2002. We all know how the story turned out. The US invaded Iraq on March 20, 2003. No weapons of mass destruction were found. Saddam Hussein was captured and executed, and today the country is in chaos and Europe is flooded with refugees.
Now the Zionists are at it again, only this time with Syria in their cross hairs. Immediately beneath the video from 2002, you’ll see a series of tweets put out by Netanyahu earlier this week on Syria.
What we are seeing now is the destruction of one country after another, much as if the Oded Yinon plan is playing out right before our eyes. Oded Yinon is a former Israeli journalist and political analyst who published a paper in 1982 advocating the break up of Middle East countries into smaller, weaker statelets that could be more easily controlled.
In the paper, Yinon said that the world is headed into a “new epoch in human history,” one which would be characterized by “a breakdown of the rationalist, humanist outlook.” In this epoch, he said, people would lose the ability to “assess the simplest things, especially when they concern the simple question of what is Good and what is Evil.” In other words, Yinon predicted that good and evil would essentially become irrelevant concepts.
If you’ve not read my article, “The Blood Drippings of OY,” I strongly suggest you do so (although be advised, the article contains some graphic and disturbing images). The letters “OY” stand for “Oded Yinon.” The article contains the full text of Yinon’s paper as well as my analysis of it.
Tillerson says “steps are underway” to remove Syrian President Bashar Assad
Report: White House in Detailed Discussions on Military Options in Syria
President Donald Trump is being briefed on the full range of military options in Syria, after the White House blamed the government in Damascus for the alleged chemical attack that killed dozens of civilians in Idlib province.
Among the options would be using cruise missiles to attack Syrian targets and “grounding” Syrian aircraft, an unnamed US official told Reuters on Thursday. The official did not say how likely US military action would be, however.
Secretary of Defense James Mattis and National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster have been discussing the matter, the official said. Mattis is due to meet with Trump later in the day at the president’s Mar-a-Lago retreat, where a summit meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping is underway.
Speaking with reporters aboard Air Force One, Trump said that “something should happen” with Assad after the chemical attack, calling what happened in Syria “a disgrace to humanity.”
“There is no doubt in our minds, and the information we have supports, that the Syrian regime under the leadership of Bashar al-Assad are responsible for this attack,” Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told reporters in Florida on Thursday, adding that “there is no role for Assad” in Syria after this.
Tillerson also warned Russia that it should “consider carefully their support” for Assad.
Earlier on Thursday, Senator Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) announced he would oppose any military action without a vote in Congress.
“The President, if he decides to do something in Syria, he would come to Congress and ask for a declaration of war. Short of Congress voting on it, I’m opposed to illegal and unconstitutional wars,” Paul told Fox News radio show ‘Kilmeade and Friends’.
Senators John McCain (R-Arizona) and Lindsey Graham (R-South Carolina), however, called for Trump to attack Syria.
“The United States should lead an international coalition to ground Assad’s air force,” they said in a joint statement Thursday. “This capability provides Assad a strategic advantage in his brutal slaughter of innocent civilians, both through the use of chemical weapons as well as barrel bombs, which kill far more men, women and children on a daily basis.”
Damascus has denied using chemical weapons, saying that its jets targeted an arms depot where chemical weapons stockpiles were stored by Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) and Al-Nusra Front militants. The Russian Ministry of Defense has confirmed that account of events.
The strike, which was launched midday Tuesday, targeted a major rebel ammunition depot east of the town of Khan Sheikhoun, Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Major-General Igor Konashenkov said in a statement.
According to Konashenkov, the warehouse was used to both produce and store shells containing toxic gas. The shells were delivered to Iraq and repeatedly used there, said the spokesman, pointing out that both Iraq and international organizations have confirmed the use of such weapons by militants.
‘False Flag’–Ron Paul Says Syrian Chemical Attack ‘Makes No Sense’
Ron Paul claimed on Wednesday’s broadcast of “The Liberty Report” that all signs point toward Tuesday’s chemical attack in Syria being a false flag operation.
“Before this episode of possible gas exposure and who did what, things were going along reasonably well for the conditions,” the former Texas congressman stated. “Trump said let the Syrians decide who should run their country, and peace talks were making out, and Al Qaeda and ISIS were on the run.”
“It looks like, maybe, somebody didn’t like that so there had to be an episode, and the blame now is we can’t let that happen because it looks like it might benefit Assad.”
“It’s not so easy though is it? What happened four years ago in 2013, you know, this whole thing about crossing the red line?” he posed. “Ever since then, the neocons have been yelling and screaming, a part of the administration has been yelling and screaming about Assad using poison gas.”
“It was never proven in fact,” agreed Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity executive director Daniel McAdams. “U.N. official Carla Del Ponte said it was most likely done by the rebels.”
“It makes no sense, even if you were totally separate from this and take no sides of this and you were just an analyst, it doesn’t make sense for Assad under these conditions to all of the sudden use poison gasses,” Paul continued. “I think it’s zero chance that he would have done this deliberately.”