F.U.K.U.S. Strikes Syria. Who Won?

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Rigged Game

That the three antagonists in this drama — France, the UK and the U.S. — did not even wait for preliminary results from the investigation into the use of chemical weapons must be seen as an admission of guilt. They know that the ‘chemical attack’ did not take place.

Cross-posted from Moon of Alabama.

On Friday night France, the UK and the U.S. launched an illegal attack on Syria and bombed several military and civilian sites within the country. They justify their attack as revenge or punishment for an alleged ‘chemical attack’ that had taken place a week earlier.

The ‘chemical incident’ on April 7 in Douma was designed to reverse Trump’s publicly announced decision to order the U.S. military out of Syria. The Saudi financed Salafi ‘rebels’ in Douma collected bodies, probably from another incident, and stacked them up in one apartment to stage a scene and to create fake videos of a ‘chemcial attack’ which they falsely attributed to the Syrian government.

Trump pretended to fall for the videos and tweeted threats against Syria and Russia. Russia threatened to respond with strong force should any U.S. attack hurt its soldiers or interests in Syria.

The UK and France, who, like the U.S., were only recently visited by the Saudi clown prince and showered with fresh Saudi billions, jumped onto the case. France now admits that its ‘intelligence’ of the Douma incident is solely based on the obviously staged youtube videos and claims made by ‘western’ financed propaganda operations who cooperate with the Jihadis.

On Friday the Russian Defense Ministry accused Britain of having organized the ‘chemical incident’:

Today, there are other evidences at the disposal of the Russian military department, which testify to the direct participation of Great Britain in organizing this provocation in the Eastern Ghouta.The Russian party knows for certain that from April 3 to 6, representatives of the so-called White Helmets were influenced by London for the speedy implementation of the provocation prepared in advance.

The White Helmets received information that Jaysh al-Islam militants were to conduct a series of powerful artillery shelling of Damascus on April 3 to 6.

This will promote a response from the government troops, which the White Helmets’ representatives will have to use to carry out provocations with alleged chemical weapons. READ MORE

The United States Doesn’t Own the Mississippi River



Reprinted with permission


The United States does not have exclusive ownership of the Mississippi River.  This is evidenced by the statutes within the United States Code (U.S.C.).  Let’s start with the Constitution at Article VI.

The first paragraph of Article VI of the Constitution reads as follows:

“All Debts contracted and Engagements entered into, before    the  Adoption of this Constitution, shall be as valid against the United   States under this Constitution, as under the Confederation.”

This simple paragraph lays waste to the commonly held opinion that the Articles of Confederation were simply abandoned with the ratification of the Constitution.  To understand the history of the United States one must study the official historical legislative documents of the United States.

After the revolution, the Peace Treaty of 1783 was made between the United States and Great Britain.  A copy of the Peace Treaty of 1783 is included:  Peace Treaty of 1783.  This was during the time that the Articles of Confederation were the governing law of the land.  Article 8 of the Peace Treaty of 1783 follows:

“The navigation of the river Mississippi, from its source to the ocean, shall forever remain free and open to the subjects of Great  Britain and the citizens of the United States.”

At the time that the Peace Treaty of 1783 was made, the Mississippi River was basically the western border of the new United States of America.  The Spanish, the French, and Great Britain were all still vying for the remaining land of the New World. More

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