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'A perfectly executed strike last night' We've been had

Posted by George Freund on April 14, 2018 at 9:40 AM


The president is pictured addressing the nation on Friday evening from the Diplomatic Room of the White House, announcing retaliatory airstrikes on Syria. He said he ordered the precision strikes in direct retaliation to Bashar al-Assad's 'evil and despicable' poison gas attack on the rebel-held town of Douma


Trump hailed a 'perfectly executed strike last night' just hours after launching a series of attacks on Syria


He added that he was proud of 'our great Military' that will be the 'finest the country has ever had'


It came hours after he announced 'precision strikes' on the Assad regime


Strikes are in retaliation for a poison gas attack that killed up to 75 people people on April 7


Trump said combined operation with France and UK will continue until Assad stops using chemical weapons


Warned Russia and Iran about their association with Assad, saying they'll 'be judged by the friends they keep'


British Prime Minister Theresa May described the coalition air assault as a 'limited and targeted'


French President Emmanuel Macron said the 'red line' set by France in May of 2017 'had been crossed'


Shortly after the attack, the Syrian presidency posted on Twitter: 'Honorable souls cannot be humiliated'


Syrian state-run TV said three civilians have been wounded on the attack on a military base in Homs




Donald Trump hailed a 'perfectly executed strike' after he authorized a series of missile attacks against Syria in response to the Assad regime's chemical attack against its own people.


The president wrote on Twitter on Saturday morning: 'Thank you to France and the United Kingdom for their wisdom and the power of their fine Military. Could not have had a better result. Mission Accomplished!'


He added: 'So proud of our great Military which will soon be, after the spending of billions of fully approved dollars, the finest that our Country has ever had. There won’t be anything, or anyone, even close!'


A 'large part' of the Syrian regime's chemical arsenal was destroyed during co-ordinated strikes by America, the UK and France on facilities known to be used in the production of the deadly weapons.


American, British and French forces launched airstrikes on two chemical weapons facilities and a military command post in Syria on Friday night in retaliation for a chemical attack that left up 75 civilians dead last week.


French foreign minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said on Saturday morning: 'A large part of its chemical arsenal has been destroyed. A lot has been destroyed in last night's strikes.'


While no further strikes have been planned, Le Drian refused to rule out a further attack if Assad crossed the 'red line' of using chemical weapons again.


He said: 'On the question of chemical weapons, there is a red line that must not be crossed, and if it should be crossed again, there will be another intervention. But I think the lesson has been learned.'


It comes after Trump addressed the U.S. while British Prime Minister Theresa May and President Emmanuel Macron both gave speeches justifying the use of force in response to the 'evil and despicable' poison gas attack.


Trump spoke in a national address at 9pm ET last night as missiles rained down on three sites across Syria. He said he ordered the precision strikes in direct retaliation to Bashar al-Assad's 'evil and despicable' poison gas attack on the rebel-held town of Douma.


Donald Trump hailed a 'perfectly executed strike' just hours after launching a series of attacks on Syria. He wrote on Twitter on Saturday morning: 'Thank you to France and the United Kingdom for their wisdom and the power of their fine Military. Could not have had a better result. Mission Accomplished!'




Donald Trump hailed a 'perfectly executed strike' just hours after launching a series of attacks on Syria. He wrote on Twitter on Saturday morning: 'Thank you to France and the United Kingdom for their wisdom and the power of their fine Military. Could not have had a better result. Mission Accomplished!'


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The world has been held hostage by a well orchestrated WAG THE DOG scenario.




This cartoon that appeared in the Guardian newspaper a few days ago reveals that this was a massive charade. The world leaders Trump and Putin are playing a game with each other pretending to be at odds. Trump's missile is Bolton coming out of his head like a circus act cannon. In the background the clown is wearing a black and white checked suit. Those are the classic masonic tiles used on floors of buildings and shrines loyal to the craft. He has two red buttons on the suit showing they are in control of things. The other topless clown is pulling her own nipples in obedience. France and the U.S. are behind the show. Their flags are the curtains to the stage. The odd one out may be Theresa May near the fireplace with the Grand Master clown. Alex Jones has come out lambasting Trump over this affair and his meet the new boss same as the old boss exposure. Innocent people may well have been killed over a complete and total bit of fake news. However, one day we may be burned by such behaviour as the fire in the background illuminates.

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