As US leaves Syria, Bolton threatens Damascus with 'strong response' in case of chemical attack | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


As US leaves Syria, Bolton threatens Damascus with 'strong response' in case of chemical attack

As the US is preparing to withdraw its troops from Syria, it seems little has changed in Washington's vision of the conflict: the Assad "regime" is still the problem, and Tomahawks are going to rain on Syria if WMDs are used.

Despite President Donald Trump's announcement that he will withdraw the 2,000 US troops stationed in Syria being perceived as a sudden change in course on the ground, it appears that it has hardly affected Washington's Syria policy in general. The latest thinly veiled threat of a strike on Syria was made by US National Security Advisor John Bolton on his way to Israel on Saturday.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I think Bolton is signaling a new false-flag chemical attack in Syria, which would give the government an excuse to cancel Trump's promised troop withdrawal.

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