A link floating around on Facebook, “Leaked Emails Prove Obama ‘Backed Plan to Launch Chemical Weapon Attack on Syria and Blame it on Assad“, would leave many anti-Obama supporters to immediately jump on that and add fuel to their already burning fire without checking out all the facts first.
When reading the above article, there is a link back to an article written by Pamela Gellar on January 30, 2013, which is linked back to a now non-existent article published by DailyMail.co.uk, as well as an originating article posted by InfoWars on January 28, 2013 that links back to Cyber War News, as well as many other sites, showing a breakdown of the Britam Defense leak files.
While there is no literal proof that Obama himself had anything to do with this, we do know of several people that have been all too willing to jump into the Syrian civil war – Sen. John McCain, former President Bill Clinton, current Sec. of State John Kerry, and former Sec. of State Hillary Clinton, to name a few – all of whom operate, or operated out of ‘Washington’.
This is by no means a method in which to remove any blame from Obama, he has been the worst acting-president the United States has ever seen. (While he was allegedly elected by the people, a good fraction of the populous is aware that his handler, Valerie Jarrett, is actually running the show and Obama is nothing more than their spokesperson.) Anything that falls on Washington is supposed to land on the president’s shoulders. If this allegation of Washington approving the false flag event is true, then yes, Obama is (should be) ultimately to blame.
But is it true?
What is true is that the U.N. and Turkey both stated this past May, that it was the rebels who let off the Sarin gas. Since those reports came out, Sen. John McCain, who all conservatives view as nothing less than an extension of the Obama regime, took himself a little ‘secret’ trip to Syria and met with the rebels – rebels who openly swore an allegiance to al Qaeda in April of this year; rebels who have been on a Christian-killing spree; rebels who have been told America will now arm, after having already sent billions of dollars in aid to. But at this point, what difference does it make? Obama has already declared the global war on terror is over stating, “[w]e must define our effort not as a boundless ‘Global War on Terror,’ but rather as a series of persistent, targeted efforts to dismantle specific networks of violent extremists that threaten America.” I guess the Syrian rebels pledging allegiance to al Qaeda means al Qaeda is no longer considered one of those “networks of violent extremists that threaten America.”
The alleged leaked email:
For those skeptics out there that view Alex Jones as a ‘Libertarian nut case’ (which admittedly he can come off as at times), the article written at InfoWars, with regard to the assumption of the Sarin gas issue being perpetrated by, or at the very least approved by, Washington, D.C. is rather in-depth with showing the lead-up to where we stand today – the U.S. getting itself involved in a war whose backers are the likes of Russia on one side and al Qaeda on the other.
Legitimate email leak or not, all signs point to a set up in furthering an agenda true freedom-loving Americans, not only disagree with, but see right through.
Since taking in Somali refugees has worked out so well for Americans who have been beaten, raped, robbed, and murdered in places like Minnesota and Washington state, the Obama administration [is]willing to take in Syrian refugees at the whim of the U.N. in the name of humanitarianism.