C' EST CERTAIN..
POURQUOI CE REVIREMENT DE LA PART DE TRUMP???
TT LE MONDE SE POSE DES QUESTIONS..
ET ATTEND AU MOINS DE LA PART DES USA UNE CONFIRMATION DE L' ATTAQUE CHIMIQUE...CHLORE OU SARIN??
MAIS IL SEMBLE QU' IL N' Y AURA RIEN!!!!
AU TOTAL SI TRUMP GAGNE QQ POINTS IL EN PERD EGALEMENT DE NOMBREUX AUTRES..
ET NOUS NOUS TROUVONS AVEC NE SITUATION AU BENEFICE DES REBELLES.. DE MC CAIN, LINDSEY GRAHAM ET NATANYAHU
C' EST BIEN DOMMAGE EN TOUS CAS...
NOUS ESPERIONS ALIANCE AVEC POUTINE POUR FINIR DE METTRE A GENOUX DAESH, LE RETOUR DES MIGRANTS EN SYRIE ET.. BCP PLUS..
DE LA SOURCE
Former CIA Officer: "The Intelligence Confirms The Russian Account On Syria"
.... One intelligence source told me that the most likely scenario was a staged event by the rebels intended to force Trump to reverse a policy, announced only days earlier, that the U.S. government would no longer seek “regime change” in Syria and would focus on attacking the common enemy, Islamic terror groups that represent the core of the rebel forces. The source said the Trump national security team split between the President’s close personal advisers, such as nationalist firebrand Steve Bannon and son-in-law Jared Kushner, on one side and old-line neocons who have regrouped under National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster, an Army general who was a protégé of neocon favorite Gen. David Petraeus. White House Infighting In this telling, the earlier ouster of retired Gen. Michael Flynn as national security adviser and this week’s removal of Bannon from the National Security Council were key steps in the reassertion of neocon influence inside the Trump presidency. The strange personalities and ideological extremism of Flynn and Bannon made their ousters easier, but they were obstacles that the neocons wanted removed. Though Bannon and Kushner are often presented as rivals, the source said, they shared the belief that Trump should tell the truth about Syria, revealing the Obama administration’s CIA analysis that a fatal sarin gas attack in 2013 was a “false-flag” operation intended to sucker President Obama into fully joining the Syrian war on the side of the rebels — and the intelligence analysts’ similar beliefs about Tuesday’s incident. Instead, Trump went along with the idea of embracing the initial rush to judgment blaming Assad for the Idlib poison-gas event. The source added that Trump saw Thursday night’s missile assault as a way to change the conversation in Washington, where his administration has been under fierce attack from Democrats claiming that his election resulted from a Russian covert operation. If changing the narrative was Trump’s goal, it achieved some initial success with several of Trump’s fiercest neocon critics, such as neocon Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham, praising the missile strike, as did Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The neocons and Israel have long sought “regime change” in Damascus even if the ouster of Assad might lead to a victory by Islamic extremists associated with Al Qaeda and/or the Islamic State. ....... .......Regarding this week’s events, Trump’s desperation to reverse his negative media coverage and the dubious evidence blaming Assad for the Idlib incident could fit with the “Wag the Dog” movie from 1997 in which an embattled president creates a phony foreign crisis in Albania.