The reason for American and British reluctance, to wait for the hard evidence of a ‘most probable’ chemical attack in Douma would appear to have more to do with their eagerness to conceal the connection between that contrived stupidity and that other little Public Relations disaster in Salisbury
Not for the first time, the liberating forces of The Syrian Arab Army and their Russian Military supporters, have found large stocks of chemical weapons, left behind by the retreating Private Armies, on the payroll of Washington, Paris and London. This time however, in Ghouta, there is evidence that the advance of the Allied Forces of Syria, made such a rapid advance, that they surprised and captured, red-handed, Israeli, British, American and Saudi Arabian “officials” along with a cache of Chemical Weapons, which were manufactured at Porton Down, where it is alleged, Sergei Skripal was employed as a go-between with a Ukrainian arms dealer.
NAT0 negotiations are taking place with the Russians and Syrians for the release of these captives, while the Free and Honest Western Media, remains silent and continues instead to propagate the necessary lies, to allow their Governments time to squirm their way out of this little difficulty. This explains the need to take the Skripals’ out of circulation and the sudden reluctance, of the man from Porton Down, to continue with the fabricated tale of Novichok and its origins, having become aware that this would be an act of ‘digging himself deeper into a hole.’
The recent exposure of NATO and Israeli Crimes Against Humanity, has created a well deserved back-lash against the aims of those whom own and control Israel, to extend their territory to include the oil rich Golan Heights, which belong to Syria and to pass a pipe line across Syria, in order to pump this stolen oil to Europe. This is not to mention their lust for the massive reserves of oil which lie off the coast of Syria.
Not much has changed in regard to Israel’s treatment of the Palestinians either. https://www.bitchute.com/video/IbA84ptonKhJ/
The headline quote is attributed to Sir Walter Scott.
“I have a higher and grander standard of principle than George Washington. He could not lie; I can, but I won’t.”