The website South Front is doing an excellent job keeping track of explosive developments in Syria. Below are links to articles they have posted today as Western hysteria continues to mount over the latest alleged chemical attack. One of the most irritatingly provocative, though totally unsurprising, developments in the fluid situation is that at least two Israeli officials have now issued public calls for the US to attack Syria:
It happened just as Orthodox Christians in Syria were preparing to celebrate Easter this morning. Suddenly the Western media erupted in a new round of caterwauling.
In the video below, featuring a news/talk show on Russian TV, one of the guests makes a stunning revelation–that Israel has not expelled any Russian diplomats. The entire program is worth viewing, but I call your attention especially to the comments on Israel, which begin at about 7:51:
While the US, Britain, and other European countries all expelled Russian diplomatic personnel over the Skripal poisoning affair–in the case of the US, 60 officials from the Russian embassy in Washington were declared persona non grata and ordered to leave–not a single Russian diplomat has been expelled from Israel, according to the guest on the show.
Departing US National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster believes the Holocaust Museum in Washington D.C. is holy ground. He said so in a recent speech there.
“We are gathered together this afternoon on holy ground,” he proclaimed.
The above video is an address by Syrian Ambassador Bashar Ja’afari to the UN Security Council after the council–yesterday– unanimously adopted a resolution calling for a 30-day ceasefire in Syria. During the ambassador’s remarks Nikki Haley got up and walked out, apparently unwilling to listen to anything he had to say.
The fact that Israel receives billions each year from the US taxpayer as our politicians in Washington endlessly pledge their devotion to the “special relationship,” has led many observers to liken the pro-Israel lobby in America to a parasite that has invaded a host.