posted on Aug, 29 2012 @ 09:06 PM
The problem with most of us being in other countries is that we do not know who to believe. I like to fall back on previous experience, as nations
tend to repeat past actions if they succeeded. It is very well possible that a nation could make these exact same claims, but they actually did carry
out the chemical weapons attack. I'm not saying that is necessarily the case in this situation, but it is not outside the realm of possibility.
But history has also shown us that the United States, as well as certain allies, will not hesitate to use lies and propaganda to further the personal
agendas of a select echelon of powerful people. So right now I must say that I have no clue what to believe, but am leaning slightly towards this
actually being a lie, or a false flag, as it were. We will see I guess, although even if it is a big lie, the governments of the aggressor nations
obviously feel they can get away with it.
I have always wondered if the "uncovering" of certain possible conspiracy plots on websites such as this one, that reach a large audience, have
caused the US government or small sectors therein to alter their plan of action because so many people are expecting it...I think that is plausible at
least, although I think it is more important to realize that the government really has gotten to the point that it is brazen enough to not really care
who knows. They are almost to that point anyway, the point where they need not even hide their agendas any longer, because they do not need public
support...because they will just squash any dissension with force.