French report fuels military action in Syria as news cycle focuses on Navy Yard shooting
September 16, 2013
Amid the turmoil over the recent Navy Yard Shooting in DC, France is now greasing up the wheels of the international war machine by using the latest UN report on the August 21 Syrian chemical attack to claim that there is ‘no doubt’ that Assad’s government used the weapons to kill innocents.
In what was the top story before the shooting occurred, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius went on record in saying that there was ‘no doubt’ that Assad’s government carried out the chemical attacks in Syria. This comes after top Syrian officials say they also submitted evidence showing that the rebels carried out the attacks with the aid of the United States and France. In fact, the declaration by Syria’s deputy foreign minister that the US and France aided the rebels in the chemical attacks was reported by Reuters in a piece irrelevantly entitled ‘Syria says ‘terrorists’ will strike Europe with chemical weapons’.
In the article, in which the Syrian official does indeed discuss how the same terrorist groups funded by the US and France will ultimately carry out attacks within their own nations, the deputy foreign minister states:
“We repeat that the terrorist groups are the ones that used (chemical weapons) with the help of the United States, the United Kingdom and France, and this has to stop,” he said. “This means these chemical weapons will soon be used by the same groups against the people of Europe,” he added.
The official also went on record saying that the Syrian government provided the U.N. evidence that ‘armed terrorist groups’ had utilized sarin gas in the attacks. Assuming that these statements are even remotely true, and certainly we know top analysts agree that it would really make no sense for Assad to carry out the attacks, then it means that France and the US are now continuing to grease up the war machine over the very same chemical attacks they helped to fund and push.
And even with the British Parliament failing to sound the war drums due to extreme backlash, France has picked up the torch and is continuing to place the blame on Assad over the attacks. Meanwhile, even Pat Buchanan and Ron Paul have come out with others and revealed how the attacks absolutely show signs of a classic false flag event.