After ISIS was largely crushed in Syria and the regime of President Bashir al-Assad was strengthened, the hope was that the region that had been besieged by conflict for so many years might finally have some peace.
Unfortunately, largely due to globalist influences, that will not be the case. Russian and Syrian intelligence forces have sniffed out what they call a ‘false-flag’ that is in the works meant to sway the world on the necessity of another brutal intervention into the war-torn lands.
According to a Russia Today report, terrorist rebels in Eastern Ghouta are preparing a chemical attack that they plan to blame on Bashir al-Assad. Assad has been accused of gassing his own people before — often with little or no actual evidence proving that he committed the attacks. One such incident happened almost a year ago when American forces bombed the Assad regime after an alleged gassing.
Russian officials received tips from some residents in the al-Wanar quarter of Eastern Ghouta about the false-flag in the works. Tahrir al-Sham (previously known as Al Nusra) have allegedly placed “hermetically sealed containers” possibly containing chemical weapons right beside a self-engineered turbine on a roof in suburban Damascus.
“The terrorists, according to [the caller], could use those preparations to spray chemical agents in residential areas, which will lead to a large number of casualties among civilians,” Major-General Yuri Yevtushenko said earlier in the week.
Russia believes that these attacks, if successful, will be used to drive a Western propaganda blitz to make another war in Syria against the Assad regime. The United States has already supported Kurdish forces in Syria this year before backtracking, a decision that has strained tensions with Turkey, Russia and the established Syrian government. Trump administration officials such as U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley as well as French President Emmanuel Macron have pledged to bombard Syria again if chemical weapons are used.
“The mass poisoning of civilians will be used to accuse the government troops of the use of chemical weapons against peaceful citizens,” Yevtushenko said.
Although ISIS is defeated in Syria, peace in the region will never be a certainty as long as the globalist war powers remain on the march.
Originally Published at Populist Brief.