Syria: the forbidden (((subject))) is back

Syria is back on track. Gas attacks seem to appear anywhere chosen people are, and that is pretty sad. I am not saying they are guilty of anything, but let’s face it: the situation around them is pretty dangerous: Syria, Palestine, Iraq, Egypt, and soon most likely Iran.

Syrian children receive treatment after a suspected chemical attack in Khan Sheikhoun (4 April 2017)

In any case what pisses me off the most is the hypocrisy about all of that. We all know that rebels have been defeated in Syria, and that in fact there is no point in using chemical weapons – at all. In addition, there is no “humanitarian point” in keeping military presence there. Before the civil war, Sarkozy went to Syria and requested to build a pipeline from Qatar to Europe, in order not to pay Russians for gas anymore. Assad rejected this, and Sarkozy told me him that they would burn down his country. Well done Sir, because today The Washington Post quotes:

The likelihood of a military strike against Syria after a suspected chemical weapons attack increased Sunday as President Trump said there would be a “big price to pay” and officials in France vowed the country would “do its duty” in responding.

France called for an emergency meeting of the United Nations Security Council on Monday to discuss the weekend attack, and eight other nations joined in the request, including the United States and Britain.

In reference to a warning by President Emmanuel Macron last month that France would strike unilaterally if Syria used chemical weapons again, Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said that the nation would assume its responsibilities…

“President Putin, Russia and Iran are responsible for backing Animal Assad. Big price to pay,” Trump said in back-to-back tweets. “Open area immediately for medical help and verification. Another humanitarian disaster for no reason whatsoever. SICK!”

Late Sunday, SANA, Syria’s state-run news agency, said that an air base in central Syria was hit by a missile attack and that the military shot down eight missiles. The report initially said the attack in Homs province was “likely to be an American aggression.” Later, however, Syrian officials and allies in Russia said the airstrike was carried out by Israel, which also struck the same airfield in February.

Israel did not immediately confirm the reports of the Sunday attack.

In any case, it seems that Syrian’s life are not very valuable to all those virtue signaling activists (left and “right”) in the West. Syrian people not only have to suffer from Gas attacks from Western Oligarchs. They have to be punished for being attacked…

The more they virtue signals, they less they actually care… a pity that they don’t care as much for white south africans. There it seems ok to kill the white men:

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