Russia Says ISIS Planning to Gas Syrian Civilians, Frame Assad, To Justify US Invasion

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Moscow, Russia – On Thursday, during a weekly press briefing by the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, spokeswoman Maria Zakharova explained that their intelligence has revealed active terrorist plots to stage chemical attacks in Syria in order to justify and precipitate U.S. strikes and increased intervention in the Syrian civil war.

The information exposes ongoing plans by Syrian terrorist groups to stage chemical weapons attacks, to be blamed on the Assad government, in an effort to justify U.S. attacks against Syrian government forces.

“According to information available [to us], Syrian terrorist groups plan staged provocative actions with the use of chemical poison gases to justify US strikes against the positions of the Syrian government forces,” Zakharova said at a weekly press briefing.

The intelligence reveals that ISIS has deployed laboratories and equipment for manufacturing chemical weapons from its capital of Raqqa to Deir ez-Zor, according to Zakharova.

“Daesh is transferring workshops and equipment for the production of ammunition, including those equipped with chemical agents, from the city of Raqqa to the controlled areas of Deir ez-Zor province,”Zakharova said.

With the U.S.-led coalition claiming to have almost completely encircled the ISIS capital of Raqqa, it begs the question of how the terrorists are able to move these chemical laboratories without complicity from the U.S.

Zakharova noted that “the movement of such large-scale equipment from under the nose of the coalition forces can indicate at least a selective unwillingness to see the facts.”

“I think you can speak with a high degree of probability about complicity with insurgents,”Zakharova asserted.

Although the U.S. was quick to blame the Assad government for an April 4 chemical attack in Khan Sheikhoun without any independent corroboration, MIT professor, and former DoD analyst Theodore Postol thoroughly debunked this assessment and revealed that it was much more likely the work of terrorist groups attempting to draw the U.S. further into a Syrian regime change operation.

“We will continue to consistently seek the most professionally rigorous and politically impartial investigation into the investigation of both the Khan Sheikhoun chemical incident and other persistent chemical provocations against the legitimate Syrian government,” Zakharova said.

According to a report by Russia’s state-run media outlet, Sputnik:

On April 4, the National Coalition for Syrian Revolutionary and Opposition Forces supported by the United States blamed the Syrian government for an alleged chemical weapon attack in Khan Sheikhoun in Syria’s Idlib province. Reacting to the incident, Washington, which had not presented any proof of the chemical weapons use by Damascus, launched 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles at the Syrian governmental military airfield in Ash Sha’irat on April 6.

Damascus has repeatedly denied any involvement in the incident and said that the Syrian government doesn’t possess chemical weapons as the full destruction of Damascus’ chemical weapons stockpile had been confirmed by the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in January 2016.

In an interview with Sputnik on April 21, Assad characterized the alleged chemical attack in Khan Sheikhoun as a provocation to justify the US strike on Ash Sha’irat. The Syrian leader also warned of the possibility of the new provocations similar to the one in Khan Sheikhoun.

Then just last week, the Trump administration began publicly claiming that the Syrian government was planning new chemical attacks but failed to present any evidence to support the bold assertions.

The White House vowed to make the Syrian government “pay a heavy price” for the use of chemical weapons. These new assertions lay the groundwork for terrorists to attack civilians with chemical munitions, only to have the blame be shifted onto the Syrian government as a “legitimate” reason for attacking Syrian government forces.

The Kremlin publicly commented on the White House’s claims and said that it considers US’ threats against Syrian legitimate leadership to be “unacceptable.” The Syrian government in Damascus also denied the information.

In a press briefing at the U.S. State Department last Thursday, RT reporter Caleb Maupin took direct aim at the U.S. government position, questioning State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert whether the administration’s public statement set the stage for a false flag to be blamed on the Assad government.

“Are you concerned that that could have created an opening for terrorist groups to carry out a chemical attack?” Maupin asked Nauert during the State Department’s press briefing.

Nauert gave Maupin a looked stunned by the question.

“No,” Nauert said, revealing a complete lack of logical thought.

Maupin continued, “You’re not concerned even though al-Nusra /al-Qaeda groups have been using chemical weapons in Syria, that’s documented?”

Like a good little puppet for the U.S. war machine, Nauert refused to even acknowledge the possibility and quickly attempted to shift the conversation away from Maupin’s questioning and the very distinct reality that the administration’s statements clearly set the stage for a false flag attack that could quite easily be blamed on the Assad government.

It is also important to note how ignorant someone would have to be to believe that Assad would ever gas his own people given the known consequences of US intervention. He would effectively be signing his and his entire administration’s death certificates.

When you see statements such as these it’s time to be extremely vigilant, as there is a clear movement towards deepening U.S. regime change operations in Syria under the guise of humanitarian intervention.

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  • WKP AnCap

    Hah, maybe THAT is why the US wants to reach Raqqa before Assad’s SAA does. Make sure ISIS gets all of its CW stuff out of town so future false flags can be carried out.

    Dunno, just speculating.

  • dav1bg

    And this is something new?

  • lernin

    False flags-R-US!

  • TrevorD

    “under the guise of humanitarian intervention.”
    Well we have never heard that one before, they really think we all are stupid.
    Not so, just some…..

  • So nice Donald Trump wants the US to intervene illegally in Syria and give ISIS the upper hand by bombing Assad forces to achieve an outcome that is the exact OPPOSITE of what he campaigned on.

  • SP_88

    Who still believes this nonsense? Obviously the United States has an agenda to take out Syria. And they’ve had this agenda since the late nineties.
    There’s an interview with General Wesley Clarke where he clearly says that we have an agenda to take out seven countries in five years, ending with Syria and Iran. And since then we have systematically taken out every country on that list.
    Libya was one of the countries on that list. And look what happened to them. Hillary was involved in illegal arms deals with terrorists in Libya. We ended up killing Gaddafi. And don’t forget what Hillary said after that, “We came, we saw, he died (followed by her loud cackling laughter)”.
    Iraq was another country on their list. They supposedly had WMD’s that were never found. But we invaded them anyway, and killed Saddam Hussein.
    Now they are working on Syria. TPTB want Syria to be taken out just like the other countries on their list. And they want Assad to be killed just like Gaddafi and Saddam. Then they will install a puppet government, and Syria will become another vassal state just like the other countries we’ve invaded. And after Syria is given a huge dose of democracy for them to OD on, they will move on to Iran. And suddenly it will be Iran that is being accused of human rights violations and chemical weapons attacks, etc. It’s the same playbook each time, but with a different country.
    If Russia is allies with Syria and Iran, and the United States is purposely screwing with them, why doesn’t Russia just throw us out of there once and for all?
    If Russia did what we are doing, we would demonize them endlessly. The mainstream media would run stories day and night about how evil they are and what we should do about it.
    Why, when we illegally invade another country is it considered humanitarian aid, but when Russia does it it’s called an illegal invasion or a violation of their sovereignty?
    Why, when we kill thousands of civilians is it an unfortunate consequence of war, but when anyone else kills civilians it’s a war crime?
    What makes us so special? We don’t belong in the middle east. We should be kicked out of there. Everything we are doing over there is illegal, corrupt and convoluted. And everyone knows it. It’s time to cut the bullshit and throw our asses out of there. I don’t understand why they have put up with this crap for so long.