The perceived Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin connection fantasized throughout the mainstream has all but been put to rest, as we edge ever closer to WW3. Just days before the chemical weapons attack in Syria last week, U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley announced in a stunning shift, “You pick and choose your battles and when we’re looking at this, it’s about changing up priorities and our priority is no longer to sit there and focus on getting Assad out”. This definitive statement signaled a drastic change in a disastrous foreign policy which has led to U.S. forces being active in seven countries, overthrowing sovereign governments, to further “peace” in the Middle-East and to fight enemies tangible or imagined in the “War on Terror”. The announcement was perceived by many to be a victory for Bashar al-Assad and his allies, but this was a mere illusion as just days later, a supposed “Syrian coordinated chemical attack” killed over 100 civilians, thus putting the “regime” squarely back in the crosshairs of the United States and NATO. With little to no evidence to substantiate claims of guilt, the mainstream media was quick to blame Assad for the attack, striking an eerie similarity to the events of 2013, in which chemical weapons were used in a false-flag operation to frame the Syrian government. The original attempt backfired when U.N. investigator Carla Del Ponte announced that it was more likely the Free Syrian Army (globalist backed jihadists) who perpetrated the Sarin gas attack.
Russian officials insisted that Assad’s war planes in a rebel-stronghold hit a jihadist weapons-production depot which was building chemical weapons for terrorists. Former congressmen Ron Paul gained headlines when he called the event a “false-flag” on twitter. Paul stated, “It doesn’t make any sense for Assad under these conditions to suddenly use poisonous gasses”, noting that the situation in Syria was looking much better before the incident.
Even the most staunch Trump supporter must recognize the dangers of being surrounded by neo-cons and the massive increase in military spending. In avoiding Hillary Clinton as president, many believed the threat of all-out war was exponentially decreased, unfortunately, those people were wrong. The right-left paradigm has once again shifted attention off the important topics. Last Friday on the 7th of April, Trump initiated the launch of 59 tomahawk missiles targeting Syria and the Bashar al-Assad government. With massive approval ratings of the massive show of force, the war drums are beating ever louder with thunderous cheers.