Thursday, April 13, 2017


 Trump Ignores Evidence That Saudi Arabia Launched Chemical Attack In Syria 
 Published on Apr 12, 2017
Lee Ann McAdoo and Rob Dew watch President Trump's press conference about NATO, and reveal information suggesting that the Syrian chemical attack was a false flag carried out by Saudi Arabia.
 President Trump Full Press Conference with NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg 4/12/17
 Award winning journalist Robert Parry says incident was likely a false flag
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Award-winning Iran-Contra journalist Robert Parry says the chemical weapons attack in Syria was launched from a joint Saudi-Israeli special operations base in Jordan, according to his intelligence sources.
U.S. intelligence analysts determined that a drone was responsible for the attack and “eventually came to believe that the flight was launched in Jordan from a Saudi-Israeli special operations base for supporting Syrian rebels,” according to the source.
“The suspected reason for the poison gas was to create an incident that would reverse the Trump administration’s announcement in late March that it was no longer seeking the removal of President Bashar al-Assad,” writes Parry.

As we highlighted back in 2013 after another chemical weapons attack in Ghouta that was blamed on Assad, rebels freely admitted to Associated Press correspondent Dale Gavlak that they had been given the weapons by Saudi Arabia but had “handled the weapons improperly and set off the explosions.”
Parry’s background lends the information credibility. He covered the Iran-Contra scandal for the Associated Press and Newsweek and was later given a George Polk award for his work on intelligence matters.
The contention that the incident was a “false flag” to create a justification for air strikes has also been voiced by former Congressman Ron Paul as well as numerous other prominent voices, including Vladimir Putin himself, who went on to warn that rebels could now stage a similar incident in Damascus to goad the U.S. into toppling Assad.
Whoever was responsible for the attack does not take away from the horror of the event and the fact that innocent people and children died.
Parry dismissed the four page report released by President Trump’s National Security Council that blames the Syrian government for the chemical attack as being heavy on assertions but lacking actual evidence.
The white paper states, “we cannot publicly release all available intelligence on this attack due to the need to protect sources and methods,” although as Parry points out, “In similarly tense situations in the past, U.S. Presidents have released sensitive intelligence to buttress U.S. government assertions, including John F. Kennedy’s disclosure of U-2 spy flights in the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis and Ronald Reagan revealing electronic intercepts after the Soviet shoot-down of Korean Airlines Flight 007 in 1983.”
Parry challenged the Trump administration to make its evidence publicly available, while also questioning why both CIA Director Mike Pompeo and Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats were not show in a photo released by the White House which shows the President and a dozen of his senior advisers monitoring the April 6 missile strike from a room at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida.
“Given President Trump’s spotty record for getting facts straight – he and his administration should go the extra mile in presenting irrefutable evidence to support its assessments, not simply insisting that the world must “trust us,” concludes Parry.
 After Icy Reception, Tillerson And Lavrov Meet To Discuss Syria / US Russian Relations


 WAR: Neocon Agenda We've Seen Before
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Many of President Donald Trump's staunchest supporters — the very people who put him in the White House — expressed feelings of anger and betrayal following the administration's illegal military attack on Syria. Among the prominent Trump backers who have spoken out so far are conservative pundit Ann Coulter, one of Trump's earliest and fiercest supporters, along with radio host Michael Savage, one of America's most popular talk-show personalities, who is credited by some analysts with putting Trump in the White House. Also speaking out was former U.K. Independence Party (UKIP) leader and Brexiteer Nigel Farage, along with his successor Paul Nuttall. In France, National Front Leader Marine Le Pen also condemned the attack. And in Congress, true constitutionalists such as Senator Rand Paul pointed out that Trump's attacks were unconstitutional.
Among those who seemed most hurt by what they viewed as Trump's betrayal was conservative commentator Coulter, who was campaigning for Trump back when virtually everyone was ridiculing him as a joke. In fact, she was so pro-Trump, she wrote a book entitled In Trump We Trust. At this point, though, she said it may have to be changed to "In Trumpism We Trust" instead. On social media, Coulter expressed frustration immediately. “Those who wanted us meddling in the Middle East voted for other candidates,” she said on in a post shortly after the attack began. “Trump campaigned on not getting involved in Mideast. Said it always helps our enemies & creates more refugees. Then he saw a picture on TV.”

Speaking of Trump's attack on Syria in an interview with New York City radio personality Mark Simone, Coulter sounded close to tears. “The magnitude of this catastrophe cannot be underestimated,” she said. “I've had a knot in my stomach since he's been filling up his administration with these warmongers and Wall Street types. If we wanted meddling in the Middle East, there were other candidates to vote for. Trump was very clear and he was very right, and that's why Trumpism will live on whether he believes in it anymore, but Trump was right.”
In the war, she continued, there are no “good guys,” and so Trump is making a mistake by choosing sides. “This [Syria] is a tribal society, there are savages on both sides, we're not exactly on the side of the angels here — we're helping ISIS and al-Qaeda in Syria,” she explained, highlighting a point that Trump trumpeted repeatedly as he accused Obama and Hillary of helping to create ISIS. “Nobody is good over there, but at least Assad is secular and he protects the Christians — nobody's checked with the Christians on the ground in Syria, they're terrified that they're just going to be wiped out if Assad is gone.” Indeed, if Assad falls, it is very likely that what remains of Syria's ancient Christian community would be exterminated, as occurred in Iraq after the U.S. invasion toppled Saddam Hussein.
Meddling in Syria is also not what Trump campaigned on. “The main point is, as he said over and over again including in that beautiful State of the Union address, he is running to be president of America, not to be president of the world,” Coulter continued. “And when you see how thrilled the media are at Trump destroying his presidency over this, it just makes you sick — it's everything his opponents warned us about: He's impulsive, he'll get us in a war, he's led by his advisors. Wow, this is not what people voted for.”
When the radio host brought up the chemical weapons attack allegedly perpetrated by Assad, Coulter shot back: “The rest of the world is not our problem,” she said, adding that she had been reading the British press that was highly skeptical of the claim that Assad had used the chemical weapons. “It doesn't make any sense, it's like the Trump conspiracy theory, why would Assad do this to kill 75 people? He's winning against al-Qaeda insurgents, whom we are now performing the Air Force service for. He's winning against them, and he's going to use chemical weapons to bring international condemnation on himself, and kill 75 people? And moreover and separately, I've never understood, what is the difference if they're killed with chemical weapons or standard military armaments? You're dead just the same.”
Coulter also suggested that now that Trump was distracted with a war in Syria, the wall on the Southern border Trump promised throughout his campaign may not come about. “Can we use all the money we spent on those Tomahawks for the wall? We don't have money for the wall but we sure have money to meddle in the Middle East,” she said. “No president's meddling in the Middle East has ever turned out well. Have we learned nothing from Iraq?” She could also have pointed to Libya, which Obama bombed without congressional approval, based on lies, citing a United Nations resolution instead of the Constitution. Today, Libya is in ruins, ISIS is running wild, and slaves are being openly traded once again.
“We may have just as well had Jeb,” Coulter added, referring to failed GOP contender and known establishment globalist Jeb Bush.
Aside from Coulter, radio powerhouse Savage was another key Trump supporter. But after the attacks began, Savage made his displeasure very clear in a monologue on his show and later posted online and linked by the influential Drudge Report. “Who got to you, Mr. President? Who is whispering in your ear and could have made you make this dramatic of a change towards Russia in just three days?” Savage asked Trump, who regularly appeared on Savage's show throughout his campaign. The radio host also noted that by attacking Syria, “we just helped ISIS.”
Like many other analysts, Savage warned that the conflagration in Syria could lead to an even broader war if the U.S. government intervenes. “Do you want war with Russia, all of you idiots, all of you fools who are pounding the war drums?” he asked. The host, one of America's most popular radio personalities with many millions of daily listeners, also compared Trump to Woodrow Wilson. “Like Trump, Woodrow Wilson ran on an America First platform. He was elected largely because he kept us out of the war in Europe. But someone got to him, too.” Referring to himself as a “conservative peacenick,” Savage suggested it was “the generals” who got to Trump.
The day after the attack, Savage blasted what he called “a limp-wristed attack in order to gain the attention of the fools in the media and the fools amongst the so-called republican voters who think this was a real great military action.” The fact that the establishment media, the Democrats, and establishment Republicans supported the illegal strike was further proof that Trump was in the wrong. “You know you’re on the wrong side if that cesspool of filth supports your actions,” he said.
Echoing Coulter and many other prominent pro-Trump voices, Savage also said the attack on Syria in response to the chemical attack was based on a “false flag” operation. “This was a complete false flag event,” he said. “Assad had nothing to gain by gassing his own people.” But with the “establishment GOP” having “handcuffed” loyal Trump advisors such as Attorney General Jeff Sessions, White House strategist Steve Bannon, and House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, Savage said Trump was getting bad advice and information.
Conservative commentator Pat Buchanan was similarly harsh in his assessment. “Trump’s missile attack was unconstitutional,” Buchanan observed. “Assad had not attacked or threatened us, and Congress, which alone has the power to authorize war on Syria, has never done so. Indeed, Congress denied President Obama that specific authority in 2013.”
Buchanan also suggested a false-flag may have been at work. “Are we certain Assad personally ordered a gas attack on civilians?” he asked. “For it makes no sense. Why would Assad, who is winning the war and had been told America was no longer demanding his removal, order a nerve gas attack on children, certain to ignite America’s rage, for no military gain? Like the gas attack in 2013, this has the marks of a false flag operation to stampede America into Syria’s civil war.”
However, it is not too late to stop a broader war, Buchanan said. “If the president has thrown in with the neocons and War Party, and we are plunging back into the Mideast maelstrom, Trump should know that many of those who helped to nominate and elect him — to keep us out of unnecessary wars — may not be standing by him,” he said. “If, after Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya and Yemen, we do not want America in yet another Mideast war, the time to stop it is before the War Party has us already in it. That time is now.”
On the other side of the Atlantic, Trump's strongest allies also recoiled in horror. Former UKIP boss Farage, who led the Trump-backed Brexit from the European Union, said he was “very surprised” by Trump's attack on Syria. “Think a lot of Trump voters will be waking up this morning and scratching their heads and saying 'where will it all end?'" "As a firm Trump supporter, I say, yes, the pictures were horrible, but I’m surprised,” Farage added. “Whatever Assad’s sins, he is secular.” The loyal Trump ally also urged against U.K. involvement in Syria. “Previous interventions in the Middle East have made things worse rather than better,” he said. Current UKIP leader Paul Nuttall was much firmer in condeming Trump. “The U.S. bombing of Syria last night was rash, trigger happy, nonsensical and will achieve nothing,” he said. “I hoped for better.”
On the other hand, the unconstitutional attack on Syria earned Trump widespread praise among the neoconservative globalists, warmongers, and establishment hacks who fought him every step of the way during his election campaign. Writing in the neocon Weekly Standard, globalist Elliot Abrams, a leading member of the subversive Council on Foreign Relations, praised Trump's illegal attack as the true start of the administration. “The president has been chief executive since January 20, but this week he acted also as Commander in Chief,” wrote Abrams, widely ridiculed as a neocon “chicken hawk” by conservative critics. “And more: He finally accepted the role of Leader of the Free World.” Another neocon "chicken hawk," Bill Kristol, who spewed vitriol against Trump during the campaign, wrote: “Punishing Assad for use of chemical weapons is good. Regime change in Iran is the prize.” To neocon globalists, launching illegal wars in violation of the Constitution is a sign of good leadership.
A different approach to Trump's illegal bombings was taken by some of his other supporters, such as radio powerhouse Alex Jones and his Infowars media empire, which supported Trump and has been lavishly praised by the president. Infowars reporter Kit Daniels, for example, while noting the attack was illegal, suggested it may be another example of Trump's cunning. “Trump responded to a False Flag with a False Retaliation,” he said. However, Infowars editor Paul Joseph Watson was less kind on social media. “I guess Trump wasn't Putin's puppet after all, he was just another deep state/Neo-Con puppet,” he said. “I'm officially OFF the Trump train.”
As The New American reported the day after Trump's attack on Syria, there are good reasons to suspect  the chemical strike that allegedly justified it was a false-flag operation. It is also a fact that the Trump attack was a violation of the U.S. Constitution and the president's own statements and pledges over a period of years. However, with many of his staunchest allies speaking out, and his most vicious enemies cheering him on, Trump may yet decide to do the right thing going forward — especially if the American people speak out in massive numbers.

Related articles:
Trump Attack on Syria Violates the Constitution and His Pledges
Citing Possible False Flag, Trump Launches Illegal War on Syria
Was Chemical Attack in Syria a “False Flag” to Trigger U.S. War?
The War Power Belongs Only to Congress
Does Obama Have the Constitutional Power to Go to War in Syria?
Has the President Usurped the Constitutional Authority of Congress?
Obama Redux? Trump Sends Marines, Rangers Into Syria
Some of Trump's Picks Have Troubling Links to Globalism, CFR 
U.S.-backed Syrian Opposition Linked to Bilderberg, CFR, Goldman Sachs & George Soros 
After Trump’s Syria Attack, What Comes Next?




Published on Apr 10, 2017
United Airlines had a passenger dragged off a flight at O'Hare International Airport on Sunday after the flight was overbooked.

 Published on Apr 12, 2017
Overbooked United Airlines Have Beaten And Savagely Removed A 69 Year Old Dr. David Dao, From United Flight 3411 By The Chicago Aviation Police Department. Airlines have overbooked the seats in case someone does not show up that made Dr. David Dao to leave the airplane though he had paid for that flight, David refused leaving the plane so airlines had to ask Chicago police to remove him from an airplane, doctor hit his face at the armrest that caused bleeding from his mouth and losing mind for a short period. In 2003 Dr. David Dao was arrested and eventually convicted of prescription drug-related charges. He was also convicted of several felony charges of obtaining prescription painkillers by fraud or deceit in November 2004. He was placed on five years of supervised probation in January 2005 Surrendering His medical license the next month. He was permitted to resume practicing in 2015 under certain conditions, his past is not great but he did not deserve that kind of treatment.

 Doctor Was On Phone With United Moments Before Being Dragged Off Plane 
 Published on Apr 12, 2017
Dr. David Dao, 69, the doctor who was dragged off a United Airlines flight Sunday, was filmed moments before the altercation, apparently on the phone with the airline after he was bumped to make room for an employee. He continues to be the center of worldwide attention as the new video shows him making it clear he could not give up his seat. United's CEO Oscar Munoz is promising the scene will never be repeated.

 News Interview With United Airlines 
CEO Oscar Munoz; Makes "Apology" in  'Shame"
Published on Apr 12, 2017
Oscar Munoz, the CEO of Untied Airlines, today said he felt "shame" when he saw the viral video of a bloodied passenger dragged from one of his airline's flights Sunday night.

"This will never happen again," Munoz told ABC News' "Good Morning America" in an exclusive interview.

The passenger, David Dao of Elizabethtown, Kentucky, a 69-year-old physician specializing in pulmonary disease, is at a Chicago hospital undergoing treatment for his injuries, according to lawyers for his family.

United Flight 3411, operated by Republic Airways, was set to depart Chicago's O'Hare International Airport at 5:40 p.m. local time Sunday, bound for Louisville International Airport, when the incident occurred.

United told ABC News that passengers were offered up to $800 to give up their seats for four crew members who needed to board.

When no one volunteered, the airline generated a list of four names to be removed from the flight and be re-accommodated, according to the airline's contract of carriage.

Of the four people, Dao was the only one who refused to comply, which triggered a call to airport police.


Airline Beating Is Just A Slave Training Video Unless We Stand United

 Published on Apr 13, 2017 

The viral video of the passenger being beaten and dragged off a commercial flight is about more than one airline. It’s not about the man’s past or his race. Government & the corporations that work with closely with government, are treating us like slaves and using B.F. Skinner’s techniques of conditioning. We will stand united and demand our freedom and dignity or we will be beaten down separately.

Dr. David Dao's Lawyer DESTROYS United Airlines Over and Over Again

 Published on Apr 13, 2017

"Are we going to continue being treated like cattle?" - Lawyer for a United Airlines passenger fires off on the airline for their use of excessive force on his client. This came in lieu of a viral video which showed the passenger, Dr. David Dao, being forcibly removed from a United flight, after his refusal to relinquish his seat.

The Lawyer lambasted the airline for what he called a culture of 'bullying' , which he claims to be widespread through out the airline industry.

Watch the full news conference here:

United Passenger Dr. David Dao's Lawyers Speak to the Press - 

FULL News Conference 

 Published on Apr 13, 2017

High-Powered Attorneys for Dr. David Dao, a passenger who was thrown out of a United Airlines flight, hold a press conference to discuss their upcoming legal battle against the airline. This follows the release of a video which showed Doctor David Dao being forcibly removed from a United Airlines flight following his refusal to voluntarily give up his seat.