“It’s one of the most serious moments in world history US has ever faced”
August 28, 2013
In an interview with Alex Jones, American author and political commentator Dr. Jerome R. Corsi confirmed the rebels were behind the sarin gas attack in Syria last week. Video evidence and reliable Middle Eastern sources on the ground prove Syrian rebels launched the attack in an attempt to take over the Syrian government.
He believes if the United States moves towards war with Syria it will surely result in World War 3.
After news broke of the alleged chemical weapons attack, Secretary of State John Kerry, took to the stage giving a speech in which he called the attack a “cowardly crime” and a moral “obscenity.” Kerry claims to have “undeniable” proof of the Syrian government’s guilt, however unsurprisingly he failed to offer it to the public.
In an interview with a Russian newspaper, President Bashar Assad called the allegations “preposterous” and “completely politicized,” reported the LA Times . “How is it possible that any country would use chemical weapons, or any weapons of mass destruction, in an area where its own forces are located?”
Corsi argues several reasons for the US not to go to war with Syria. First off, the US cannot financially or economically sustain another war. “Russia and China are not borrowing $1 trillion a year to make their budget, and the world knows it,” said Corsi. Secondly, public opinion is not there, and it’s most likely not going to get there.
“The ramifications of getting into a shooting match with Russia and China is unpredictable,” said Dr. Corsi. “Risking a confrontation with Russia and possibly China is quite frightening and would become one of the most serious moments in US history.”
When Alex asked Dr. Corsi how Obama plans to get away with starting a war like this, Dr. Corsi said Obama probably intends to continue “lying with impunity.”
A report by WND  reveals evidence assembled from various Middle Eastern sources that “cast doubt on Obama administration claims the Assad government is responsible for last week’s attack.”
WND’s report says two YouTube videos show what looks like “Syrian rebel forces loading a canister of nerve gas on a rocket to fire presumably at civilians and possibly government forces.”
A screen capture from a Syrian TV report shows a chemical agent that appears to have been made in a “Saudi factory.” Another report from RT illustrates “captured rebel arsenals apparently with chemical agents manufactured in Saudi Arabia and gas masks,” support Russian claims that rebels are the culprits.
The report further states that an intercepted phone call between a terrorist affiliated with the rebel civilian militia and his Saudi Arabian boss indicates Syrian terrorists, not the Assad government, were behind the chemical weapons attack.
“The Syrian terrorist told him that one of the achievements of his “battalion” was the use of chemical weapons in Deir Ballba.
“The recorded phone call disclosed the cooperation between two terrorist groups in Syria to bring two bottles of Sarin Gas from the Barzeh neighborhood in Damascus,” reported WND.