Syria Chemical Mayhem: Another Israeli False-Flag?
August 22, 2013
It would be very peculiar if it was the government to do this at the exact moment the international inspectors come into the country.
– Rolf Ekeus, a retired Swedish diplomat who headed a team of UN weapons inspectors in Iraq in the 1990s on the latest use of chemical weapons in Syria
On Wednesday – just hours after the massacre of hundreds of Syrians with chemical weapons – Israeli Minister of Military Affairs Moshe Yaalon claimed he knew who did it: the Syrian government…Like Ehud Barak minutes after 9/11, Moshe Yaalon stood up just hours after the Syrian chemical weapons tragedy and provided an apparently pre-scripted narrative.
– Kevin Barrett, “Syria Chemical Mayhem: Another Israeli False-Flag?” PressTV, August 22, 2013
Kevin Barrett has an excellent piece on the latest use of chemical weapons in Syria. It begins with these observations:
Other world leaders, including U.S. President Barack Obama, did not rush to judgment. Instead, they called for a United Nations investigation. Many experts, including the BBC’s Frank Gardner, former UN weapons inspector Rolf Ekeus, and Swedish chemical weapons expert, Ake Sellstrom, ridiculed or cast doubt on the notion that Syrian President Assad would launch a chemical attack at the exact moment weapons inspectors arrived in Syria. The Russian Foreign Ministry came right out and called the chemical attack “a provocation planned in advance.”
But planned by whom?
To answer that question, we must ask: How could Israel immediately know who was behind the Syrian chemical attack?
Israeli leaders have amazing powers of clairvoyance. Whenever a huge, history-steering terror attack happens, the Israelis immediately know who did it. Before the dust settles, they stand up and tell the world exactly what it all means – and provide the script for the way they want the world to react.
Barrett’s complete article can be read at:
Source: “Syria chemical mayhem: Another Israeli false-flag?” by Kevin Barrett, PressTV (Iran), August 22, 2013
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