Ron Paul: Syria Chemical Attack A ‘False Flag’

Stepping forward boldly, former U.S. Representative Ron Paul asks on the Fox Business’ Cavuto Wednesday, “Why don’t we ask about the Al Qaeda? Why are we on the side of the Al Qaeda right now?”, in response to the question of who pulled on the gas attack on over one-thousend Syrias last week.

Paul points out that this chemical attact was surely not ordered by Assad, president of Syria, which would make no sense. Why would he kill his own people?  Instead, Paul thinks that this was a ”false flag” attack, designed to blacken the name of Assad and therefore justify an attack by the United States.

Who carried out the attack?  Paul says that Al Qaeda, who was the enemy of the U.S, has become a friend and has been fighting in Syria, should be considered.  Why not Al Quada!

Mikael Thalen, Infowars.com, has the story.
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During an interview on Fox Business’ Cavuto Wednesday, former Texas Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) commented on the unfolding situation in Syria, specifically calling the recent chemical attack a ‘false flag’ likely carried out by the US backed Al Qaeda filled rebels.

I think it’s a false flag…” said Paul. “Why don’t we ask about the Al Qaeda? Why are we on the side of the Al Qaeda right now?”

Despite the Obama administration’s attempt to immediately blame Assad’s forces for the chemical attack, multiple U.S. officials have said that the administration’s evidence is “not a slam dunk.” Officials also mentioned that the administration had no “smoking gun.” In fact, the rebels have now even claimed responsibility for the attacks, and Anthony Gucciardi has revealed that mounting evidence lends to the reality that the Syrian rebels carried out the attacks.

Even with Syrian Deputy Foreign Fayssal Mekdad presenting evidence to the UN that strongly points to a rebel led chemical attack, the Obama administration has continued to ignore any evidence that can’t be used to justify military action against Assad, including multiple YouTube videos showing rebels launching chemical weapons on civilian targets.

Paul also exposed the history of lies and propaganda used by the US government to justify military intervention, pointing specifically to the Iraq war.

“Look at how many lies were told to us about Saddam Hussein prior to that buildup, war propaganda. It’s endless, it happens all the time,” said Paul, also pointing to Donald Rumsfeld’s role in supplying chemical weapons to Saddam in the 1980′s.

Mounting evidence forced out by the alternative media has destroyed the government’s credibility, with now only 9 percent of Americans supporting military intervention in Syria. The international backlash also caused UK Prime Minister David Cameron to momentarily back down after the British parliament voted against authorizing military action. Cameron later decided to send Military jets to Cyprus, claiming the move was purely “defensive.”

Mikael Thalen
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