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    Quote Originally Posted by Unhappy438 View Post
    Nonsense, Russian propaganda cried about a false flag and he just posted about it. Russia and Syria could very well have planned to use chemical weapons and let the usual propaganda fly beforehand, so its quite frankly meaningless. Russian leadership is scum and there are very few things they consider immoral if it forwards their imperial agenda.
    that new trade agreement was a false flag? what are you on about?

    anyway, about 2 months ago the states said they still do not have any proof of the previous chem attack.

    if they tried this bombing after saying that, i do not think the allies would back them this much. they needed to discredit them a bit first, get everyone all worked up further over something,
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    Quote Originally Posted by access View Post
    so you dont think it could be a precursor to that event. remove any credibility the ruskiis might have if they object.

    interesting


    edit: just to add, narrowband predicted the chem attack 3 days before it happened in another thread
    Not the first time there's been a chemical attack in Syria. Last one was April last year and US took action. It resulted in Putin threatening that we're heading towards WWIII. So please forgive me if I don't see the connection.

    Good for narrowband predicting things before they happen. Maybe he can provide some insight into WW3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jings View Post
    Maybe he can provide some insight into WW3.
    George Soros did it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Assimilator View Post
    George Soros did it.
    Trump did tell Soros to go to hell so maybe Soros is looking to create it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jings View Post
    Not the first time there's been a chemical attack in Syria. Last one was April last year and US took action. It resulted in Putin threatening that we're heading towards WWIII. So please forgive me if I don't see the connection.

    Good for narrowband predicting things before they happen. Maybe he can provide some insight into WW3.
    yeah, when you just fire missiles at another country it does seem like it doesnt it. what does that comment have to do with anything?

    as i said, the states announced 2 months ago they still have no proof of the previous chem attack

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jings View Post
    A chemical attack of a former double agent in England was used by Trump as a reason to launch an attack on Syria. The link definitely requires explanation.
    Really? The potential link is obvious:
    1: Russia = chemical attack = evil (Skripal case)
    2: Syrian chemical attack = by evil Russia's allies
    3: Let's bomb a country that's been bombed to shyte already now that we cooked up a new excuse

    Quote Originally Posted by Jings View Post
    Bush probably had his own agenda behind his actions, like oil. Somehow it's linked to Trump bombing Syrian chemical plants? You'll need to explain the connection.
    Even more obvious:
    - USA uses a fabricated reason to attack a sovereign state in 2003
    - USA uses a fabricated reason to attack a sovereign state in 2018

    Hell the only difference is the president and the target, the MO is a carbon copy.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jings View Post
    What do you think is the official agenda for poisoning a former Russian double agent?
    I was one of the people way back in the beginning of this very thread asking: "who stands to gain?"
    imo the UK itself and its ally the USA gains the most from having yet another angle to their Russophobia to bleat about endlessly in the press and use as an excuse for future unilateral actions

    The only possible things Russia could have gained is:
    - to show its enemies its capability; pointless seeing as they already revealed their new generation ICBMs
    - to show its citizens you don't fek with Putin; equally pointless, they know this beyond any doubt already
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    the states and co. seem to have a hardon for this arab spring business. but not so interested elsewhere in the world where the same **** is happening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by access View Post
    the states and co. seem to have a hardon for this arab spring business. but not so interested elsewhere in the world where the same **** is happening.
    same can be said of russia

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grant View Post
    same can be said of russia
    yeah almost.

    are they as involved across the world as the states? mostly with their "neighbours" it seems to me, where that gas pipeline is.

    that 7 countries in 5 year thing that came out a while back seems more relevant today

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    The head of the international chemical weapons watchdog says that Syrian and Russian officials are citing "pending security issues" in keeping its inspectors from reaching the site of an alleged gas attack.

    Ahmet Uzumcu, the Director-General of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, said Monday that "the team has not yet deployed to Douma," two days after arriving in Syria.

    He told an executive council of the OPCW that Syrian and the Russian officials who took part in meetings in Damascus told the team "that there were still pending security issues to be worked out before any deployment could take place."

    He said Syrian authorities were offering 22 people to interview as witnesses instead.
    Need time to destroy or plant evidence, no doubt.

    Also lol @ Syrian authorities offering "witnesses".
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrbitalDawn View Post
    Need time to destroy or plant evidence, no doubt.

    Also lol @ Syrian authorities offering "witnesses".
    lol yeah saw that, sooo dodgy.

    on the other hand, i wouldnt trust them(edit:OPCW) at all. the damage is done, how would their input make any difference. the states and eu do what they want anyway.

    the locals there are pretty pissed off, saw some pics and vids earlier today. and no, i dont watch or read rt..
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrbitalDawn View Post
    Need time to destroy or plant evidence
    Kinda like what a missile strike would achieve before investigators are on the ground?
    none so blind as those who refuse to see

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    Quote Originally Posted by access View Post
    that new trade agreement was a false flag? what are you on about?
    What am i on about, what are you on about?

    Quote Originally Posted by access View Post
    anyway, about 2 months ago the states said they still do not have any proof of the previous chem attack.

    if they tried this bombing after saying that, i do not think the allies would back them this much. they needed to discredit them a bit first, get everyone all worked up further over something,
    The Syrian regime and Russia is well discredited within Western political circles, no need for anymore of that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unhappy438 View Post
    The Syrian regime and Russia is well discredited within Western political circles, no need for anymore of that.
    that does not mean that western political circles have any credibility
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    Quote Originally Posted by NarrowBandFtw View Post
    Really? The potential link is obvious:
    1: Russia = chemical attack = evil (Skripal case)
    2: Syrian chemical attack = by evil Russia's allies
    3: Let's bomb a country that's been bombed to shyte already now that we cooked up a new excuse


    Even more obvious:
    - USA uses a fabricated reason to attack a sovereign state in 2003
    - USA uses a fabricated reason to attack a sovereign state in 2018

    Hell the only difference is the president and the target, the MO is a carbon copy.


    I was one of the people way back in the beginning of this very thread asking: "who stands to gain?"
    imo the UK itself and its ally the USA gains the most from having yet another angle to their Russophobia to bleat about endlessly in the press and use as an excuse for future unilateral actions

    The only possible things Russia could have gained is:
    - to show its enemies its capability; pointless seeing as they already revealed their new generation ICBMs
    - to show its citizens you don't fek with Putin; equally pointless, they know this beyond any doubt already
    If you didn't see the video I posted, a news reporter from a state owned station did warn viewers against traitors, saying its rare for any to live to a ripe old age. Perhaps you haven't noticed but Putin doesn't take kindly to criticism.

    http://www.businessinsider.com/nikol...ay-2018-3?IR=T

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