April is once again approaching the shoreline of our time, and with that approach, the looming threat of military escalation in Syria and nuclear war once again beckons. The Trump administration has made a routine out of this and going forward all options are on the table to address it.
As with Douma, Syria last year, an event which has since come into question, another chemical weapons attack is expected to occur to justify and kick off renewed airstrikes against the Syrian government by the U.S.-led coalition. The purpose of this is most likely to overthrow Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and invade Syria.
U.S. President Donald Trump recently went back on his word promising a withdrawal and 1,000 troops are now set to remain in the country. This also comes at a time when Israel is attempting to draw the U.S. further into the Golan Heights and by extension Syria by focusing grievances on Hezbollah.
Russia has already begun raising alarm over the possibility of yet another false flag.
Speaking during a press briefing in the Russian capital, Moscow, on Friday, Russia’s Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said there were reports that the Takfiri terrorists in coordination with the Western-backed group, which has been repeatedly accused of cooperating with Takfiri terrorists and staging false-flag gas attacks, are establishing arms caches in the northwestern provinces of Aleppo and Idlib, the western coastal province of Latakia as well as the western-central province of Hama.
One of the biggest reasons to be concerned, as well, is the fact that the U.S. recently altered its language regarding the Golan Heights under the Trump administration. Instead of “Israeli occupied,” the territory will now be considered “Israeli controlled,” per the U.S. Department of State.
This would seem to be in preparation for a higher level of U.S. military action against Syria’s government.
The change in language comes at a time when U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) recently met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, to promote the recognition of the Golan Heights, as being under the ownership of Israel instead of Syria. Graham, of course, is also backed by Genie Energy founder Howard Jonas.
Genie Energy is an Israeli government-backed company operating in the Golan Heights, which is pursuing oil and water. The media has refused to address their interests being intermingled in government, including the White House, as well as numerous news outlets (Rupert Murdoch) and non-governmental organizations (NGOs).
In contrast to last year's efforts, however, a lot of attention has been brought to Ira Greenstein and Jared Kushner's conflict of interest in the White House through Genie Energy—due to U.S. military action against Syria benefiting the corporation.
Greenstein, of course, vetted the employees now working at the State Department.
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