(Laura Vozzella) Fresh off a sitdown with Syrian president Bashar al-Assad, Virginia state senator Richard Black turned up on Arab TV last week making an extraordinary claim about one of the US’ closest allies.
Mr Black said Britain’s MI6 intelligence service was planning a chemical weapons attack on the Syrian people, which it would then blame on Mr Assad.
“Around four weeks ago, we knew that British intelligence was working towards a chemical attack in order to blame the Syrian government, to hold Syria responsible,” Mr Black said on Al Mayadeen, an Arab news channel based in Beirut.
My Commentary: False Flag Alert! Remember that time when two British SAS agents were caught in Basra, Iraq, dressed as Arab men, armed to the teeth, and firing at local Allied-force police? And, upon being arrested, British troops stormed the prison with a tank, soon reclaiming their agents? And, the embarrassing cover-up that followed?
The following correspondence originally took place upon the Facebook wall of family…
Genaire: Sitting here listening to the only country in the world that has dropped not one, but two nuclear bombs on civilian cities discuss how other nations shouldn’t have these same weapons. Hypocrisy at its finest.
Rayn: American exceptionalism, at its worst.
Rayn: Remember this gem, from November 2012?
“It is perhaps the apex of hypocrisy that the United States, being the only nation to have ever actually used nuclear weapons against its enemy, has deemed itself the moral council on who can and cannot be trusted with ‘the bomb’.” (Artwork originally located here, upon the Facebook page, “The Anti-Media“)
(Hiroshima 60th Anniversary) “Which terrorist group did that?”
Adam G.: The politics around this are super disturbing: no less than 200,000 Japanese dead from an act of intimidation against the USSR.
Rayn: SUPER, indeed! And, yet, many Americans happily justify this act of terrorism, and the mass-murder of civilians that it caused, as a “necessary” step towards ending WWII. Yet, to demolish that lie: would such an excuse be valid for the Iraq government to use, even after enduring an unprovoked attack by the American military, based on a pure lie? NO, of course not!