Truth Frequency Radio

Apr 25, 2013

130425_WAR_SYRIAREDLINE.jpg.CROP.rectangle3-largeby Chris and Sheree Geo

Truth Frequency Radio

It has been reported that the Assad regime in Syria has used chemical weapons against his own people. John McCain, who was instrumental in orchestrating military support for the “Libyan Rebels” (Al-qaeda) to topple Gaddhafi’s regime in 2011, had a few words to say about this “breaking news” (as reported by DebkaFile) :

We return to our demand from the start for safe zones, no-fly zones and assistance to rebels who are trusted, said Republican Senator John McCain, now that President Obama’s red lines have been crossed by the Syrian government’s use of chemical weapons. MCain reminded the president that he called this a game changer. The senator did not call for US “boots on the ground” but said more needs to be done, especially to prevent chemical weapons falling into the wrong hands.

As we exposed a few months ago, Israel and the U.S./NATO forces have been carrying out false flag attacks throughout Syria in order to force regime change. On March 21st, reports starting to stream out about “Assad using chemical weapons”, but were “debunked” by the military the next day, saying, “Something went down in Syria, but it was short of chemical weapons”.

Around the same time, General Thomas McInerney tried to tie in the Assad regime with Saddam’s fabled “WMD’s” that they “couldn’t find in Iraq” while making an appearance on Fox News:

“What are the chances of the return address on these chemicals being from Iraq?” Kilmeade wondered.

“Well, I think there is a high probability of that,” McInerney declared. “That’s conjecture, but we do know prior to Operation Iraqi Freedom, there was a lot of vehicles crossing the border into Syria. And there was a great deal of conjecture. A Iraqi major general swore by it. He said he delivered it.”

“And so I think that it would be a very high probability if we could get into those bunkers that they would have Iraqi signatures on them.”

According to journalist Nile Bowie on March 21st:

Spokesmen of the Assad government recently accused foreign-backed militants of launching scud missiles containing chemical weapons in the city of Aleppo, killing dozens. Witnesses claim to have seen powder emanate from the rocket, causing those who inhaled the substance to suffocate or require immediate medical attention. An unnamed chemical weapons expert cited by Al-Jazeera claimed that the causalities were not consistent with Syria’s reputed stockpile of chemical agents, stating, “If it’s a chemical warfare agent, it’s not working very well.” Syria’s ambassador to the UN, Bashar Ja’afari, called on the UN Secretary-General to form an independent technical mission to investigate the use of chemical weapons by terrorist groups operating in Syria.

While on his first state visit to Israel, Barack Obama cast doubt and expressed deep skepticism toward the Assad government’s version of events, stating that if the government did indeed use chemical weapons, then it meant a “red line” had been crossed. Obama vowed not to make further announcements until concrete facts were established. What this essentially means is that Obama is now in a position to act on his statements and intervene more boldly and directly than the United States has already been doing since the beginning of the conflict. Additionally, NATO personnel have also indicated that they are prepared to employ a wide range of operations. US-European Command Admiral James Stavridis recently told media that the alliance was “prepared, if called upon, to be engaged as we were in Libya.”

So, as far as the Obama Administration is concerned, it doesn’t matter who’s using the chemical weapons, we’re going to “intervene more boldly” to topple the Assad regime.

Also interesting to note is that around the same time that the last “chemical warfare” accusation was made in Syria (just like today), John McCain couldn’t keep his mouth shut about getting a full-blown invasion going:

“President Obama has said that the use of weapons of mass destruction by Bashar Assad is a ‘red line’ for him that ‘will have consequences,’” the statement reads. “If today’s reports are substantiated, the President’s red line has been crossed, and we would urge him to take immediate action to impose the consequences he has promised.”


FLASHBACK: December 8, 2012

We hope that the U.S./NATO military higher-ups really think about what they’re about to do. Creating another Iraq situation in Syria will only bring more terrorism down the line, as even more people around the world gather hatred for our country and its’ ability to be controlled and manipulated by countries like Israel. Saudi Arabia and other Middle Eastern countries that we allow to foment terrorism would like nothing more than for us to take out a couple million more brown people, because it only furthers radical Islam. We might as well be advertising for their terrorist training programs for us to continue “intervening” in these countries.