Did the U.S. Help Coordinate Gas Attacks in Syria as a Pretext for War?

There’s a reason we haven’t seen any evidence that Syrian leader Bashar al Assad was behind alleged chemical weapons attacks on his own people. I think the main reason might be that he wasn’t the one behind the attack, and so there won’t be any evidence, except whatever they’re trying to fabricate now to make it look like Assad deployed the chemical weapons himself. And the “evidence” will be brought to us by the same people who blamed Benghazi on a stupid YouTube video. So, we can trust them, right?

There was a recent news report from the Associated Press that exposed the Saudi role in supplying Syrian opposition forces (terrorists) with chemical weapons. Over a dozen “rebels” interviewed said that their paychecks were coming from Saudi Arabia, under the direction of Saudi intelligence chief, Prince Bandar bin Sultan. And these rebels claimed responsibility for the recent chemical weapons attack.

Mint Press News reported:

“In a recent article for Business Insider, reporter Geoffrey Ingersoll highlighted Saudi Prince Bandar’s role in the two-and-a-half year Syrian civil war. Many observers believe Bandar, with his close ties to Washington, has been at the very heart of the push for war by the U.S. against Assad.”

Writing for Business Insider, Geoffrey Ingersoll referred to “secret” Saudi-Russian talks that show Prince Bandar threatening to use Chechen terrorists to sabotage the Olympics if Putin doesn’t agree to dump Assad:

“I can give you a guarantee to protect the Winter Olympics next year. The Chechen groups that threaten the security of the games are controlled by us.”

Bandar also promised to secure Russia’s naval base in Syria if Assad’s regime ends up falling.

Ingersoll continued:

“Along with Saudi officials, the U.S. allegedly gave the Saudi intelligence chief the thumbs up to conduct these talks with Russia, which comes as no surprise. Bandar is American-educated, both military and collegiate, served as a highly influential Saudi Ambassador to the U.S., and the CIA totally loves this guy.”

So, it appears that Saudi Arabia has as much interest in bringing Assad down as the U.S. Another indicator that it was the terrorist forces operating in Syria that launched chemical attacks near Damascus was revealed in a Daily Mail article from January, which not surprisingly has since been taken down. (However, it is available on archive.org.)

The article revealed leaked e-mails that show a plan to stage a false flag terrorist attack in Syria to be blamed on Assad as a pretext for intervention and war.

“A report released on Monday contains an email exchange between two senior officials at British-based contractor Britam Defence where a scheme ‘approved by Washington’ is outlined explaining that Qatar would fund rebel forces in Syria to use chemical weapons.”

Here is the leaked e-mail between Britam’s Business Development Director David Goulding and company founder Philip Doughty:

“Phil… We’ve got a new offer. It’s about Syria again. Qataris propose an attractive deal and swear that the idea is approved by Washington. We’ll have to deliver a CW to Homs, a Soviet origin g-shell from Libya similar to those that Assad should have. They want us to deploy our Ukrainian personnel that should speak Russian and make a video record. Frankly, I don’t think it’s a good idea but the sums proposed are enormous. Your opinion? Kind regards, David.”

So, we’ve got the UK, the U.S., Qatar, Saudi Arabia all wanting Assad brought down, so much so that they’re willing to stage and coordinate terrorist attacks on Syrian civilians and blame the attacks on Assad.

Why Syria? By now, everyone should know it has absolutely nothing to do with human rights abuses. That’s just the excuse. It’s like gun grabbers crying about “all the children dying in the streets.” They don’t care about kids. They just want to take people’s guns away, and their appeal to emotion is an easy way to get everyone on board.

What is the real reason we’re so involved in the Middle East, when all we’re really doing is wreaking havoc and blaming it on the people we don’t like?

I think Jerry Robinson of FTM Daily explains the mess really well. His article highlights the gas pipeline competition brewing in that region. It’s well worth your time to read it. He concludes:

“In addition to Russia, Iran has also firmly opposed intervention into Syria. Once you grasp the regional energy pipeline politics which dominate the region, Iran’s interests in Syria are obvious. But what about Russia? Why are they choosing to side with Syria despite the massive propaganda push by the West? Russia’s economy is predominantly based upon its enormous energy supplies. Much of Europe is dependent upon Russian oil and gas, and this dependency is growing. Russia has the world’s largest reserves of natural gas. Which country has the second largest reserves? Iran. Iran, however, is isolated with no current ability to export its vast energy supplies to Europe. Russia has its eye on the potential profits of bringing Iranian oil and gas online for Europe. For this reason, (among a myriad of others) it has sought to solidify its relations with Iran. Of course, the most direct route for moving Iran’s energy supplies to Europe is right through the heart of Iraq and into Syria. So, it appears that Russia’s alliance with Syria has less to do with Syria and much more to do with the Iranian gas that may soon flow into Syria. In the end, these conflicts in the Middle East are all about controlling the flow of energy resources.”

Robinson’s website is aptly entitled “Follow the Money.” That’s really all you have to do to find out why countries do really stupid things and why they have to make up really stupid excuses.