Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Underpants gnomes’ take on Douma chlorine incident.

The South Park underpants gnomes are famous for their business plan on how to make money from stealing underwear:

This approach has taken root in geostrategeristical circles in assigning blame to various actors for using chemical weapons on their own citizens when to do so makes no sense whatsoever given

  • strategic realities where victory on the battlefield by conventional methods is mere days if not hours away and
  • a host of lying, posturing, scumbag foreign governments are just itching to find an excuse to attack said actors, one of which governments is led by a man with the foreign policy understanding and attention span of a gnat.

I now give you the convincing and compelling approach of Western national leaders, assorted former operatives, elected whores, commentators, “analysts,” military establishments, advisers, courtiers, intelligence establishments, and the MSM:

  1. Chemical incident in Douma, Syria on April 7, 2018 reported by headchoppers and jihadi filth.
  2. ?
  3. Bashar al-Assad has used chemical weapons against innocent Syrian women and children AGAIN and now he must PAY.


RM said...

It's scary to see so many in the Untied States government and media so intent in getting into a large scale war that will start in Syria but may end up right here at home.
The evidence of Assad's involvement in any chemical attacks in Syria is null. Right now I am listening to Bridgette Gabriel inciting U.S military action against Assad on Sean Hannity's show. My question for President Trump is: How can you trust the advice of the U.S and British intelligence services when they have been working so hard to derail your presidency? I don't think you can.

Col. B. Bunny said...

The recklessness is astonishing. I hardly take a breath but I think of the huge bloodlettings of the last century. And those were without nuclear weapons for all intents and purposes. Elites seem oblivious to the memory of the horrors of the last century.

I also see a complete disconnect between the elites and the people in the U.S. and Europe. I can only ask, "Who ARE these people?" The political process is spectacularly deficient if it permits these people to be unreachable by the electorate.

I'm amazed that Gabriel is cheerleading military action against Assad. She's the last person I'd think who would come down on that side of the line on this.