May 22, 2019
The White Helmets might be a bunch of ISIS terrorists, but at least they believe in democracy and human rights.
You may have noticed that this year, Donald Trump broke his April tradition of annually bombing Syria in response to a staged gassing hoax.
However, it may have simply been delayed. The US government is now pushing yet another gas hoax on the dumb American goyim.
The US State Department has accused the Syrian government of a recent chemical attack and threatened it with a ‘quick and appropriate’ response – while admitting it has little information to substantiate the allegations.
In a statement on Tuesday, Washington alleged that the government of Syrian President Bashar Assad is likely to be found responsible for allegedly using chlorine to attack civilians in militant-controlled areas of Idlib province.
“We continue to see signs that the Assad regime may be renewing its use of chemical weapons, including an alleged chlorine attack in northwest Syria on the morning of May 19, 2019,” the statement says.
Despite the evident uncertainty, the State Department adopted the habitually threatening stance against Damascus.
“We are still gathering information on this incident, but we repeat our warning that if the Assad regime uses chemical weapons, the United States and our allies will respond quickly and appropriately.”
The State Department also lashed out at Moscow for its efforts to expose the White Helmets, the self-proclaimed civil defense group that operates exclusively in militant-controlled areas and has been accused of associating with extremists and staging chemical attacks. Having invested heavily in the White Helmets along with other Western nations, Washington accused Moscow and Damascus of trying to “create the false narrative that others are to blame for chemical weapons attacks that the Assad regime itself is conducting.”
Meanwhile, according to the State Department, “the Assad regime’s culpability in horrific chemical weapons attacks is undeniable.”
It just so happens that these latest claims come after a newly-surfaced report by an engineer from the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) that calls into question the March OPCW report accusing Damascus of being behind the Douma chemical incident last April.
The new report, which suggested that gas canisters were placed at the scene of the attack by hand, potentially by ‘rebel’ militants active in the area, went virtually unnoticed in the West. Several celebrity activists have called out the mainstream media over their lack of coverage.
No one knows if these gas attacks actually even happened. There is reason to believe that video of the aftermath of these events was filmed with actors – Assad even suggested that.
What we do know is that Assad has been winning this war for a long time now, and he has absolutely no reason to start gassing ISIS.
What we also know is that if he was gassing ISIS, no one would actually care about that, because ISIS has a very low approval rating. The American government’s obsession with defending ISIS is insane.
I mean, I think it’s cool that ISIS kills homosexuals and journalists. But come on. What about all these terrorist attacks they do in Europe and America?
Furthermore, I think if you asked the American government why they are so protective of ISIS terrorists, they wouldn’t answer “because we think it’s cool that they kill faggots and journalists.”
I’m not sure what they’d say – no journalist asks them that question, because the media is controlled entirely by the Jews – but they wouldn’t say that.
Furthermore, even if Assad was gassing random people – what the hell does this have to do with America?
And if we’re the global human rights police force, why are we not bombing Saudi Arabia for starving all these children to death in Yemen?
Even if we say the Yemenis are terrorists, we’re defending the human rights of ISIS terrorists constantly.
So what is going on here?
The Jews should be forced to explain this. If we’re going to allow our entire government and media to be controlled by Jews, we should at the very least be able to get some kind of explanation for the decisions they make.
Is that not reasonable?