Support for an attack on Syria among Americans is over three times lower than support for United States war in Vietnam at the very lowest ebb of the war.
Despite this, the Bought and Sold Out media are now claiming that Obama would “lose credibility” if he does not launch a military assault. Even though 91% of Americans oppose a war against Syria, Obama and his elitist friends are intent on marching us right into World War III.
Reports of chemical weapons attacks in Syria are being blamed on the Assad government. Intercepted phone calls are the supposed evidence behind Obama’s newest push for war. Presented by the Obama administration as proof that Bashar Al-Assad was behind last week’s chemical weapons attack in Syria, the calls actually suggest that the attack was not ordered by the Assad government.
Phone calls by the Syrian Ministry of Defense intercepted by the Israeli Mossad and passed to the US reveal that Syrian government officials, “exchanged panicked phone calls with a leader of a chemical weapons unit, demanding answers for a nerve agent strike that killed more than 1,000 people,” in the hours directly after last week’s attack.
The question begs to be asked, Why would the Syrian Ministry of Defense be making panicked phone calls “demanding answers” about the attack if they had ordered it?
There is video footage which shows US-backed rebels, (i.e., al-Qaeda) preparing and using chemical weapons. See Infowars for more.
In a related story, Obama’s desperation to maintain a narrative that will justify a cruise missile attack on Syria, the Obama regime is seemingly trying everything within its power to sabotage the UN chemical weapons investigation in Syria. The last time the United Nations investigated claims of chemical weapons use in Syria, its inspectors concluded that it was the rebels and not Assad’s forces who were likely behind the sarin gas attack.
Eager to avoid a repeat that would completely derail the march to war, the White House in concert with Britain has repeatedly attempted to derail the UN investigation.