After a stunning geopolitical move by Russia and Syria involving the surrendering of Syria's chemical weapons arsenal, the special interests seeking war have been forced to adjust their rhetoric and timetable around what is now a quickly dissolving casus belli.
The surrendering of Syria's chemical weapons would not only critically set back rhetorical arguments being made to justify war with the nation, but would also preempt future false flag operations in the works.
Perhaps fearing war was not possible, just such a false flag appears to have been exposed by Russia's English language news service, RT. RT claims sources have discovered a plot by terrorists to carry out a chemical weapons attack on Israel from government-controlled areas within Syria for the sole purpose of framing the Syrian government and provoking an Israeli retaliation.
One can only imagine the torrent of propaganda that would burst forth from the Western media invoking "gassed Jews" and the 21st Century "Hitler" Bashar al-Assad - right around the anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks.
While Israel is portrayed as wanting to "co-exist" with the current Syrian government, it should be remembered that such public statements are meant to undermine and taint Syria's credibility amongst the very extremist elements that Israel, the United States and Saudi Arabia have armed, funded, and covertly directed for decades.
Israel is a documented collaborator with the United States in the subversion of Lebanon, Syria, and Iran, as indicated in the extensive body of work represented by the Brookings Institution's 2009 "Which Path to Persia?" report, and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Seymour Hersh's 2007 New Yorker piece, "The Redirection."
Tony Cartalucci's articles have appeared on many alternative media websites, including his own at Land Destroyer Report, Alternative Thai News Network and LocalOrg. Read other contributed articles by Tony Cartalucci here.
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