Putin warns of more chemical attacks | Fort Russ


April 11th, 2017 – Fort Russ News –

At today’s Press Conference of Vladimir Putin and his Italian counterpart, Sergio Mattarella, the Russian President was asked for his view in regard to the US airstrike on Syria. His response revealed not a bashing of the new US administration, but the rivalries of the US “deep state” military-financial interests that potentially pressured President Trump into the airstrike on Syria. “Should anything go really wrong – Trump is who they will blame” – he said.
Moreover, Putin told reporters that Russian intelligence indicates that terrorist factions operating in Syria are planning further chemical weapons attacks, likely in regions south of Damascus. These attacks will then be used as justification for more strikes against the Assad government.

A day earlier, Fort Russ Editor in Chief, Joaquin Flores, stated the very same reasoning on RT talk-show CrossTalk Bullhorns. In his analysis, he explained that there are a lot more interests than meet the eye when it comes to the Idlib “chemical gas attack” and the subsequent US airstrike on Syria.

2 responses to “Putin warns of more chemical attacks | Fort Russ

  1. I am from Vancouver,Canada and I wanted to say that the U.S. Gov’t supports the people in Syria that are responsible for the gas attack and other provocations to come.There have been many rallies against the USA within the last week because of the U.S.Gov’ts support for these terrorist groups in Syria.The USA is complicit in the gas attack because of its support for who carried it out.

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