BREAKING: Syrian Terrorist Groups Go Forward With False Flag Gas Attack, Filming Currently Underway

The Russians obviously have spies and informants embedded within every sector of the terrorist elements still fighting against President Assad, and they have repeatedly called out every single move conducted as part of the latest Gas Baby Hoax.

And yet we’re still seeing the plan move forward – likely due to the fact that the Western powers (and Israel) trust that their average citizens are too lazy and uninformed about the layout of the region.

Definitely bold, if you don’t mind me saying.


Footage, meant to serve as proof that the Syrian government has conducted a chemical weapons attack in Idlib, Syria, is to be handed to global news outlets by the end of Tuesday, the Russian military claims.

Several Middle East TV channels and a US news channel have been sent to Jisr al-Shughur in Syria’s Idlib Governorate to produce the footage needed for the provocation, a statement by the Russian Center for Syrian Reconciliation said. It added the intelligence came from local residents of Jisr al-Shughur.

“All the footage of the staged provocation in Jisr al-Shughur is to be delivered to the newsrooms of TV channels, which are to broadcast it after its publication on social media,” the statement claimed.

It also said that an Islamist group was provided with two canisters of a “chlorine-based chemical” for the purpose of the operation.

The Russian military said the footage would include scenes of White Helmets operatives treating supposed victims of an apparent barrel bomb chemical weapon attack by Damascus.

If this turns out to be true, and if the terrorists and Western powers refuse to back down even after being called out like this, then let God stand with President Assad and the Syrian military.

And let the Russians finally realize that fair play with Neocons and their satellites is futile.

They only understand one thing:

Source: Occidental Dissent

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