Last night, Americans were unnerved by the breaking news that Trump had ordered an artillery strike on the Syrian Air Force base from which planes carrying “Chemical Weapons” had supposedly launched an attack on the rebel-controlled town of Khan Sheikhoun.
As I argued in a previous article, this “Chemical Attack” likely never occurred at all.
But, sadly, the mounting evidence of questionable circumstances, the avid journalists and politicians who have actually visited the region and can speak volumes on what’s happening on the ground, and Trump’s most vocal insider supporters could not prevent the powers that be from convincing the President that now is the time to flex.
Officially, thus far, attacks have been limited to Shayrat Airbase with a probably estimate of fewer than 10 casualties.
While this is a clear violation of trust in the minds of Trump’s most supportive fans, it may not be too late to walk this back. Members of Reddit’s The_Donald and 4chan‘s /pol/ are actively attempting to create potential scenarios in which Trump is actually the magical Jesse Eisenberg to the Deep State’s Michael Caine (yes, that’s a Now You See Me reference. Don’t judge).
We’re all understandably nervous about this one. But here are some things to remember as we wait with bated breath for the other shoe to drop.
1. Trump voters are not to blame for this. Trump voters wanted an end to this kind of Globalist World Policing. Democrats and Neo-Conservative Republicans in positions of power have been advocating for this for a long time. Just hours before the attacks, Samantha fucking Bee introduced Hillary Clinton at the Women in the World Summit who said this to a thunderous applause from her most loyal supporters:
…so if you think things would’ve been any different if your candidate won, think again. At least Trump supporters still have hope on their side. And if your argument is that Bernie Sanders wouldn’t do this…maybe you’re right. But Trump wasn’t supposed to either.
The political Left is at a stalemate, caught between their hatred for Trump and their desire to see (what they perceive to be) a victimized people vindicated.
The political Right is at a divide, split between those who want to see a priority in National interests, and those who want to continue to feed the bureaucratic war machine.
2. If you’re arguing that Anti-War Trump Supporters who ALSO don’t want to expand the Refugee Crisis are hypocrites, you’re a fucking moron. If anything, recent events in Syria (let alone the entire Western World) have shown exactly why many red-pilled Westerners are against ingesting large numbers of refugees.
From what we’ve seen in these desperate propaganda videos, everyone effected by these attacks are women, children, and the elderly. Why? Where are all of the young men?
Why, they’re flocking westward, of course. And this should tell you two things: Islamist Rebel Militias/ISIS are keeping vulnerable people in Syria to utilize for sympathy and human shields; and they have a reason to let certain groups of people “escape.”
3. Sorry to keep bringing up the White Helmets, but…it can not be overstated what these disguised militants are up to; and it may become even more evident a lot sooner than we think.
When ISIS began to destabilize key areas in this region, and countries such as Turkey and Lebanon began to lose strategic ground, Obama’s State Department and British Intelligence saw opportunity. James Le Mesurier created the White Helmets or Syrian Civil Defense…now under the umbrella of Mayday Rescue.
This would become a way for these governments to fund ISIS-led rebels in Syria through the guise of humanitarian efforts. Plausible deniability…to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars.
Don’t get it twisted, friends. There are no “moderate” rebels in Syria. The White Helmets are ISIS. And when our President reacts to ISIS Propaganda with an attack on the Syrian Government’s military, he is playing into their hands.
Which means we’re all in a lot of trouble.