Anime Right News (ARN) — Almost one year to a tee following airstrikes on Syria authorized by U.S. President Donald Trump, based on an alleged chemical attack but conducted illegally due to private business interests, yet another incident has occurred which is being used to push for regime change. This also follows stabilization in Syria through Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s efforts to reclaim the country.
The U.S. Department of State has condemned the alleged chemical weapons attack.
Calls for a military response by the U.S. are already being heralded in media & by politicians that stand to benefit.
Like the airstrikes conducted last year, an attack would be illegal on multiple levels, as is continued occupation. This is due to the Trump administration’s employment of Ira Greenstein, brought in by Jared Kushner during the presidential transition in 2016, who has private business interests that are exploiting Syria’s natural resources in the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights — such as land, oil or water. This is done through the corporation Genie Energy, as well as its subsidiary: Afek Oil & Gas.
Jason Greenblatt, another Trump administration official who can be found sitting with Kushner behind U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley, also has shares in the corporation. This is despite Greenblatt being directly responsible for international negotiations.
These interests for Israel further extend to Naftali Bennett, who Greenstein is involved with through Mosaic United, with Bennett advocating for further settlement of the Golan Heights by Israel. Destruction of Syria’s government is necessary for these activities to take place.
The U.S. has also placed blamed on Russia for the alleged chemical weapons attack, with the full statement referencing last year’s incident in Khan Shaykhun, Syria, while media state that this year’s incident has resulted in more casualties. The White Helmets began once again disseminating propaganda shortly after initial reports.
The Russian Ministry of Defense has refuted claims.
Partisan Girl, a pro-Syrian activist, has stated that the alleged chemical attack was most likely conducted by rebel factions in Douma. This is in the same vein as suspicions last April.