Vladimir Putin Claims Another Chemical Attack False Flag Planned to Frame Syria and Russia

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Vladimir Putin held a press conference on April 11th claiming that more chemical attacks are planned to frame Syria’s Bashar al-Assad and implicate Russia.

It is still unknown who carried out the attack that killed 80 people in the Syrian city of Idlib. The U.S. blamed Assad, but the Syrian government has denied the accusation.

The Western world widely denounced Assad for carrying out the chemical attack. However, many question the timing, circumstances of it, and why Assad would target a remote village in the countryside.

At the end of March, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson stated that the United States would no longer seek the ouster of Assad. Approximately 1 week later, Assad allegedly gassed his own people.

A similar situation happened in 2013 at the beginning of Obama’s second term in office. Chemical weapons killed more than 1000 people. Assad was blamed, yet the Obama administration chose not to take action.

Russian Intelligence: Another Chemical Attack False Flag is Planned

Putin stated Russia has intelligence that a second chemical attack could be carried out in the suburbs of Damascus, a heavily populated area that would result in a heavy death toll.

His statement comes just days after the U.S. struck a Syrian air base with Tomahawk missiles in response to the chemical attack false flag.

Putin said:

We have reports from multiple sources that false flags like this one – and I cannot call it otherwise – are being prepared in other parts of Syria, including the southern suburbs of Damascus. They plan to plant some chemical there and accuse the Syrian government of an attack.”

Numerous Democrat and Republican politicians support the April 7th strike carried out by Donald Trump. However, the American people generally oppose intervening in Syria.

U.S. invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan have been lengthy wars that resulted in regime change for both countries. 

Because of these wars, many Americans oppose an escalation with Syria. Donald Trump’s core voter base elected him based on his America-first domestic promises. They believed his foreign policy would not engage in global policing.

The State Department and White House have been mum on the next action they will take in Syia.


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