Russia & Iran Order U.S. To Leave Syria As False Flag Evidence Emerges

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Russia, Syria and Iran demand U.S. stay out of Syria amid false flag allegations

Russia, Syria and Iran have warned President Trump to end military intervention in Syria, following revelations that the chemical attack was false flag orchestrated by the West

Following a meeting between foreign ministers in Moscow on Friday, all three countries have accused Trump of undermining Syria’s sovereignty .

We have reiterated our position and were united in stating that the attack was an act of aggression, which blatantly violated the principles of international law and the UN Charter,” Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said.

We call on the US and its allies to respect Syria’s sovereignty and refrain from actions similar to what happened on April 7, and which have serious ramification not only for regional, but also global security,” he added. reports:

Lavrov was referring to the Tomahawk missile barrage fired by the US Navy at a Syrian airbase in Homs province. Washington ordered the attack after accusing Damascus of launching a chemical weapons attack at a rebel-held town in Idlib province from that airbase. Russia condemned the move, saying the US hadn’t offered any proof to pin the alleged chemical weapons incident on the Syrian Army.

Meeting with his Iranian and Syrian counterparts, Javad Zarif and Walid Muallem, on Friday, Lavrov pledged to continue Russia’s support of Damascus in fighting terrorism and restoring peace in Syria.

He added that Moscow suspects that the Idlib incident was a provocative act aimed at derailing negotiations between the Syrian government and so-called moderate rebel groups on a political transition in the country. Lavrov said the perpetrators of the deadly release of toxins must be found.

“We insist on a thorough, objective and unbiased investigation of the circumstance of the use of chemical substances in Khan Shaykhun on April 4,” he said, adding that the investigating team must include inspectors chosen from nations from different parts of the world to ensure its objectivity.

Muallem pledged full cooperation of Damascus in carrying out such a probe.

The Russian minister added that Moscow doubts the objectivity of the current mechanisms for investigating alleged use of chemical weapons in Syria, considering the difference in how the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) handles reports by Damascus and by other parties.

“When accusations come against the Syrian government, the OPCW reacts in a matter of days and voices its concern. But they never go on the sites of incidents located in the regions controlled by the armed opposition, citing security issues,” he said. “We consider such analysis from a distance unacceptable.”

Lavrov also accused the US of reviving the Obama administration goal of toppling the Syrian government instead of seeking a political solution, citing the Tomahawk missile attack.

“Such acts of aggression are obviously meant to derail the peace process, which was endorsed in a unanimously adopted resolution of the UN Security Council and implies that the fate of Syria would be decided only by the Syrian people,” he said. “The action was obviously deviating from this basic concept and find new protects to aim for regime change.”

Lavrov said there is an increasing amount of evidence pointing to the conclusion that the chemical incident in Idlib province was staged to set up the Syrian government.

“Publications by professional experts, including some in the US and Britain, say there are too many inconsistencies and gaps in the version of events presented to justify the [US] aggression,” he said.

Zarif accused “certain countries” of hypocrisy, citing Iran’s history of suffering from chemical weapons attack by Saddam Hussein’s Iraq during the 1980s war. Declassified CIA files showed that the US was well aware that Saddam was using CWs against Iranians, but didn’t oppose it and even provided intelligence for such attacks.


  1. ” Any one who has proclaimed violence his method inexorably must choose lying as his principle.” Alexander Solzhenitsyn

  2. With the United States war criminals that directed weapons of mass destruction be to given to Iraq for use against Iran, still uncharged, there is still time to set things right with indemnification of Iran by the United States for its support of the use of chemical weapons by Iraq, with the criminals that ordered support of Iraq’s supply, delivered to a war crimes docket to face charges. The misdirection of charges against the legitimate government Syria with an encore of charges of Syrian use of Sarin, is as in 2013, false. As with this earlier criminal enterprise, the axis war on Syria directed by those that control Israel, Saudi Arabia, France, Qatar, the United Kingdom, Turkey and the United States, with their direction of foreign legion terrorists should halt, with immediate withdrawal of the axis invasion forces from the portions of Syria that they occupy in support of their Golem terrorists. Paid in gold, war reparations should be made to the Syrian state as indemnification for the loss of Syrian life in their own country as well as the destruction of private and public property and the theft of private and state resources taken to Turkey, Israel and else where. The axis war criminals should also have their day in an international court of law.

    • “The United States” do not consist of the Zionists in charge. None of us have any power or authority to do anything about this. The same animals that are flooding Europe with rapists are at work here. All the talk of collective responsibility plays right into their hands. They make the decisions that other people pay and die for. Then some muttonhead comes along and collectively blames a whole country for the invader’s decision.

      • A lot of ‘shoulds’ in your reply, none of which I disagree with. But, those don’t help solve the problem; which is that no public figures in The American Empire will be held accountable for their roll in the CW attacks on Iran, or any number of other atrocities committed by and against the American people. That’s how corrupt and decadent governments topple, and ours is in a slow motion free-fall.

  3. This mutt is a disaster. The other mutt would be an equal disaster. How do we get rid of all of them, that’s the question? We now have President Kushner, Trump having abdicated and leaving D.C. completely tribal occupied territory. Welcome to the Gaza Strip. They’ll be giving away our lunches soon.

  4. I wonder if there’s a provision in the UN Charter for expelling a member in the event they violate the Charter and international Law. If not, wouldn’t folks agree that there should be?

  5. The criminal U.S. government is now headed by a jewish president. The jews don’t care how many Americans will have to die to support their death cult.

  6. Some people started calling Trump NAZI. Nazi – an insult in use long before the rise of Adolf Hitler’s party. It was a derogatory term for a backwards peasant – being a shortened version of Ignatius, a common name in Bavaria, the area from which they emerged. Opponents seized on this and shortened the party’s title Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei, to the dismissive phrase, “Nazi” .
    The slang term Nazi is a variation of the nickname Sozi (short for Sozialisten), which, at the time, was used in reference to members of Heidens’ SDP. “Nazi” was a political pun, based upon the Austro-Bavarian slang word for “simpleton” or “country bumpkin” and derived from the fairly common name, Ignatz (German form of Ignatius), colloquially meaning, a foolish, clumsy or awkward person. It would be the equivalent of calling someone “nutsy.”

    The phrase (notsee) was used by a journalist jew named, Konrad Heiden, as a derogatory term for Germans. It was a jab at the slang word, “Bolshi and Schozi” that was being directed toward certain immigrants at the time. Nobody supporting the country would ever had acknowledged it’s use.

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