Saturday, January 5, 2019

Arriving in Israel, Bolton Warns Syria Not To Use Chemical Weapons After “Pullout”

If it walks like a psyop. And talks like a psyop. It’s a psyop.

Talk about planting certain ‘talking points’ in the media as a source of reference for any future, probable false flag- Which is what any chemical attack would be. A false flag. Since we already know there will be no withdrawal from Syria. We can now know with certainty that Bolton is providing at least one possible pretext for an intervention.

Times of Israel
“There is absolutely no change in the US position against the use of chemical weapons by the Syrian regime and absolutely no change in our position that any use of chemical weapons would be met by a very strong response, as we’ve done twice before,” Bolton said, according to the Reuters news agency.

“So the regime, the Assad regime, should be under no illusions on that question.”
If chemical weapons were to be used, “a lot of options would be on the table … if they don’t heed the lessons of those two strikes the next one will be more telling,” Bolton said.
Guardian
He said he was not suggesting Syria appeared ready to use chemical weapons.
  
He’s intentionally suggesting that Syria  will use chemical weapons  If not today, then tomorrow, or next week.  Doesn’t matter. He’s fertilized the seed already implanted in your mind.
“As we elaborate how the withdrawal is going to occur and the circumstances, we don’t want the Assad regime to see what we do as representing any diminution in our opposition to the use of weapons of mass destruction,” he said.
There will be no withdrawal- This has been from start to present time a brainscrew (flopot) 
I can't say start to finish because this hasn't finished yet..

No Afghanistan Withdrawal:

No Iraq Withdrawal:

 No Syrian Withdrawal:

9 comments:

  1. Wow, talk about putting out the "hint" that another patented "false flag" is definitely coming.... And the laughable part is that it will most definitely be another one of those ridiculous "chemical weapons" bullshit 'attacks' that the US/Israel are so accustomed now in creating...

    At least you and I have stuck to our guns through all the adversity and heckling from some commentators and called it from the beginning... The US is NOT going to 'withdraw' from Syria unless someone forces them out!

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    1. North: there is so much nonsense out there regarding this withdrawal.. it boggles the mind.
      That said the US is deeply invested in their Israel 2.0 and aren't leaving.
      Yes, they have to be forced out

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  2. As I have said on numerous occasions, the Landlord must kick out the squatter. This will only end when the Syrian Arab Army attacks the US military base(es). When that happens...it will become patently clear to the world that the US is in Syria illegally. Even if Syria loses soldiers, which it will, it will be a victory over Empire.

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  3. " This will only end when the Syrian Arab Army attacks the US military base(es)."

    GC: this is what it will take or Syria will be a permanently occupied state.

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    1. Occupied as many other nations around the world... Germany, Italy, Japan, S. Korea, Philippines, Afghanistan, Iraq... and any other nation where the USGov.mafia has a military presence.

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    2. Hi Dwayne:

      occupied it will be :(

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  4. Speaking of Bolton's trip to the Zionist entity, he apparently ensured to the Israelis that any strikes from Israel onto Syria have full US support; they are also told the Israelis that their is no timetable for withdrawal and that the US may maintain their military occupation of Syria's southwestern border with Iraq in Al-Tanf.

    Link on US support for further Israeli strikes: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/jan/05/syria-john-bolton-trump-us-chemical-weapons

    Link on continued US occupation of Al-Tanf: https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/national-security/some-u-s-troops-could-remain-syria-after-planned-withdrawal-n955046

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  5. thanks anonymous:
    very supportive of strikes on Iranian targets into Syria

    "e US will be “very supportive” of Israeli strikes against Iranian targets in Syria"

    I don't doubt it. Not for a minute

    I had seen the news that the US continues to stay at Al Tanf--- thanks for leaving the link.

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