U.S. Bombs Depot Containing Chemical Weapons In Deir ez-Zor, Killing Hundreds; Western Media Silent

By Brandon Turbeville

Not even a week after the United States launched 59 Tomahawk missiles at the al-Sha’aryat airbase under the pretext of a response to an extremely questionable “chemical weapons attack,” the United States has caused its own chemical weapons incident in Syria with a recent airstrike.

According to the Syrian government, the United States on Wednesday struck an ISIS weapons depot in Deir ez-Zor that caused a large plume of yellow smoke, an indication of the presence of chemical weapons.

“The jets of the so-called US-led coalition launched a strike at about 17:30-17:50 [local time, 14:30-14:50 GMT] on a Daesh warehouse where many foreign fighters were present. First a white cloud and then a yellow one appeared at the site of the strike, which points at the presence of a large number of poisonous substances. A fire at the site continued until 22:30 [19:30 GMT],” the Syrian military stated to Russia’s Sputnik.

Syria’s General Staff has stated that the U.S. strike killed “hundreds of people, including civilians” and that hundreds of people were poisoned by the gas that was released as a result of the strike.

“This confirms that Daesh and al-Nusra terrorists possess chemical weapons and are capable of using, obtaining and transporting it,” said the Syrian government document.

The United States has categorically denied having bombed the weapons depot. “The Syrian claim is incorrect and likely intentional misinformation,” Colonel Dorrian told Reuters.

This strike comes as the United States continues its campaign against the Syrian government both in the halls of the United Nations and the screens of Western audiences, justifying their own aggressive actions such as the recent launch of Tomahawk missiles and a series of escalations involving U.S. troop movement inside Syria itself.

If the reports are accurate, the United States has once again revealed its utter hypocrisy in front of the entire world. Needless to say, we don’t expect to see anyone launching missiles at U.S. military bases in defense of “beautiful babies” while admiring their chocolate cake anytime soon. After major provocations in Syria and North Korea as well as saber rattling against Russia on the international scale, the United States is now walking a razor’s edge with the safety of the world’s population.

Brandon Turbeville – article archive here – is the author of seven books, Codex Alimentarius — The End of Health Freedom, 7 Real Conspiracies, Five Sense Solutions and Dispatches From a Dissident, volume 1 and volume 2, The Road to Damascus: The Anglo-American Assault on Syria, The Difference it Makes: 36 Reasons Why Hillary Clinton Should Never Be President, and Resisting The Empire: The Plan To Destroy Syria And How The Future Of The World Depends On The Outcome. Turbeville has published over 1000 articles on a wide variety of subjects including health, economics, government corruption, and civil liberties. Brandon Turbeville’s radio show Truth on The Tracks can be found every Monday night 9 pm EST at UCYTV. His website is BrandonTurbeville.com He is available for radio and TV interviews. Please contact activistpost (at) gmail.com.

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  • blue579

    Wouldn’t be surprising to learn TPTB at the very top of the pyramid are orchestrating these senseless acts of violence not for a particular ‘war’ or geopolitical outcome, but rather to further polarize the world. The left intelligenstia reading the NY Times being spoon fed one narrative while parts of the world are fed an antipodal version.

    This is how intelligence fractured American conservatives and Libertarian-minded people with one faction pumping a certain spin on Trump as anti-globalist hero and the other side giving their readers background on his long standing connections to the “usual suspects”. Then the polarization switch was flipped on again when Soros et al mobilized knee-jerk Kool-Aid neolibs to protest against Trump true believer supporters.

    • eddysachs

      A steady flipping of the hourglass of psy-op inversion.

      • Ben

        Thesis, anti-thesis, synthesis or in more common painting, problem, reaction, a solution already made favoring the seller of the solution. It seems to continue functioning so no need to alter it exists. At least so the ones foisting it onto the world would have you think, or do they?

        Been “hearing” a lot of riots, mobs and such here in CONUS. The whole ‘game’ may be ‘up’ for those pulling the strings. People are tired of being marionettes and also tired of puppet theaters masquerading as ‘leadership’. Tired of ‘leadership’ frankly.

        Going to be an interesting sight. I brought you a bucket of popcorn & a bag of peanuts for the elephants. Also, here’s your ticket. The ringmaster told me he saw you drop it in the throng of folks heading into the big top. You enjoy the show. 🙂 I’ll go pay my two bits and see this sortie thing. *chuckles*

        • eddysachs

          I call it ‘Hegelian Sorcery’ as the roll-out & the spot lights ‘entrain’ our collective focus on MSM’s 3 Ring Circus/ panem et circenses.. bedazzling the alpha~waved somnambulistic ‘mob’…viewing it much like Geo.Carlin…a front row seat to the BIGGEST Freak Show ever (produced)…Once you see the BIG Pic …cheers

          • Ben

            * grinning and nodding * Indeed Mr. Carlin was something of a rare witty genius. *hug* Be well my friend. 🙂

        • blue579

          Something to be aware of, Ben, the rancor and protests appear to be the work of TPTB setting the stage for major discord as an excuse to usher in martial law and, at some point, fracture the US.

          It may get ugly and involve UN troops. We need to stay sharp and focused.

          • Ben

            Yes. Kind of aware of the Punch and Judy show where the “masters” seem to cast Punch in ill lighting. When I left the cave, instead of staring up at the bright light I saw something on the floor. Lo, years later I learned from a kindly older friend it was a handful of beans. I of course hid them away from the bright light under the floor, then after some time they grew vines and pods with more beans in them.

            Watched something on PBS tonight. It was about seeds. 🙂 The Native Americans told about being stewards, family of the corn. One mentioned his grandfather coming to him as a boy, putting seeds in his hand and saying, “this is life.” I too was taught roughly, if not exactly same lesson from a grandfather. His father was from Germany originally not that such matters aside from showing how a simple lesson continues onward. His father had been taught by Natives by way of his own grandfather.

            This show/video also explained how America created the “Green” revolution back in the 1930s in order to avoid folks getting angered and going to Communism. That Green Revolution then was not as we have now, no, it was the use of corn as a “king” crop that got made into a hybrid so farmers had to become dependent on seed companies, chemical companies, eventually pharmaceutical companies as well. The seed now hybrid would die off after a year and farmers kept needing to buy more.

            Read recently of an elderly man living alone in an economy apartment is a big city. He had taken to growing a few potted bean plants in his windows, just so he had fresh beans and not store bought canned. Well, he was arrested and his apartment “tossed” by the invading SWAT team, beans destroyed. Seems a big agriculture company had an agreement with his city.

            Apologies for not citing a source, I’m not dishonest or unethical, or even tempting to sway anyone. I look at media at random and limited spats, go away for a few days to a week. I seldom note anything save for brief skimming. It is not that such an article does not exist, I am simply human and forget to copy a url or to recall where I saw such things. It is enough I even skim some of the silliness at times. *chuckles*

            I often ponder, “a man was put on the moon” versus “there is still hunger on Earth”. Excuse me, need to assert a little discipline in reigning the mind inward for rest. Hope you stay well and do well. Peace with and for you my friend. 🙂

    • Ben

      It’s all for naught if greed does not gain. Let me simplify that statement a bit because I know it is written in a way that is not written any longer, as well as being a bit poetic to boot. Any and all war serve only the alleged powers which seem to exist in or world. Currently this involves greedy banking cartels, military cartels. They have sold a bill saying everything is scarce ergo we need to play king of the mountain. Well, folks are waking up that our mountain is a hill of dung at best when we seem to need a ‘king’ of it.

      The reason it becomes dung? If you call every resource on Earth scarce then you wind up needing to make death so you ensure life, you play a god. Now, regardless of weather I accept or know of any god/God or not, I know that human beings are far from capable of being a god and likely ever will remain so. Humans playing gods turns our Earth to a pile of dung in as much as it objectifies everything, even life, everything to a place and a place for everything all nice and neat.

      You and I both know entropy and life does not oblige such ideals. Ideals are human created bits of data what are easily destroyed by Nature. Recently, you can see that in Katrina for one incident, the earthquake what demolished a nuclear power plant in Japan for another. Our ideas mean nothing if we are indeed honest with ourselves, even the idea of (G)god/s we like to play at being. Chaos will be chaos and it is not had without order nor is order had out of it, you need both to create the whole, the way up is the way down.

      Whew, sorry. I got going around a long way to say human greed is the cause of all wars and we cannot slay greed with bullets, swords, nuclear weapons. We need a better example. I think we each individually can be our own better examples and we don’t need any kings, no masters or slaves at all. Once you have masters and slaves you have the whole mentality of “I’ve got more than …”, “I need more than …” going on. We no longer need that mentality, nor want it.

      • eddysachs

        That’s a whole lot of circumlocution …but I ‘Grok’ the essence of what you’re painting

        • Ben

          Well, i tried walking as straight a line as someone who tries painting whole pictures could, it all though returns to the basic tiny brush strokes. *sighs* Yes, I know at times I “take a long way home”, sometimes one needs. Many eyes like stars in the skies twinkle bright. Again, night night. 🙂

      • blue579

        That was a nice philosophical exposition, Ben. Absolutely agree, hubris and entropy are major monkey wrenches that might eventually unravel the control grid being fastened around our ankles. Artificial scarcity and engineered problems, conflicts, and crises are their rationalizations. Their system does not sit on a foundation of truth and reality.

        I urge you to take a close look at what global technocracy is being sold to do. This is the system about to be imposed upon us if we don’t get a big consciousness shift. It’s essentially a techno totalitarian Marxist / Communist paradigm involving continuous surveillance and monitoring. It’s run by a managerial class of technocrats (“experts”) who answer to Fascists, i.e. the international bankers (in their revised system) commandeering the UN, and multinational corporations. This thing is global and in every nation except N. Korea. It also shape shifts in ways that boggle the mind. Getting to issue of greed, because the endgame is no private property and the rationing of all resources, doing away with fiat currency to be replaced with rationed “energy credits” (or some euphemism), this will be sold to the public as the end of greed, poverty, and environmental damage.

        I think there’s a far better approach that doesn’t involve destroying what’s left of our true free will. The control freak psychopaths are in the way, they don’t want to us to thrive.

  • Guy

    If a tree falls in the forest and no one hears it ,did it really happen?
    Western media is silent.

  • cObvious

    If there was a terrorist chemical weapons depot next to my house or even in the same town I would move far away. I would not be surprised if it blew up as a result of a military strike or terrorist incompetence, it’s their fault for what they are wearing.

    • Ben

      In either case, kind of think such a facility would be well concealed. Doubtful many if any in the town would know it existed. What does their garb have to do with being as human as you or me? Is it not shameful, tragic human beings of any faith, color, creed, nation, walk of life die to suit greed? I read comments such as yours here and have to shake my head in astounding befuddlement.

  • gweneth

    Blowing up chemicals is surely folly. This would release them into the air.

    • Ben

      For the most part I concur with you that it is folly, releasing chemicals into the air. There are though some chemicals which need diffused and diluted via release into the air and it is actually “fairly safe” to do so. Nature itself often can biodegrade much we might not presume it can readily. Granted, I am not saying we go uncork a tanker of xenon gas just for giggles. Surely as there exist some chemicals requiring less oversight, there are some what required very strict oversight.

  • eddysachs

    luvv’d it as being original /critical..until the last two lines & here’s my 2 cents…as observing 98% truth…numinous-def with a 2% demonic twist…because… I have slipped ethereally inbetween the veils of numinous (non-religious) dimensions & have tasted our eternal essence…& its not a hallucination (imho)…cheers

  • Ben

    Apologies for not saying earlier, your poem is nicely done imho. Thank you for sharing. Please do continue if you so may.

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