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Article posted: 9/9/2013 5:00 AM

Don't get drawn into war by a 'false flag attack'

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In June, Turkey caught two Syrian rebels with Sarin gas. There is no proof-positive that the Assad regime was behind the chemical attack. There is only proof an attack was done -- but by whom? Russia states that the U.S. gave it no proof that the Assad regime did the deed. This whole thing seems like a "false flag attack," aimed at drawing the U.S. into Syria.

The U.S. Navy has no carriers in the eastern Mediterranean, just destroyers, which will be sitting ducks for the accurate and more powerful Russian missiles. Such will be the cause for America "to get its blood up," to be involved in the start of World War III.

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The same forces behind this "false flag" attack are the ones who bankrolled the Communist regime in Russia, who make money off war: the New World Order and the bankers of the Federal Reserve. These are the same forces who for centuries fund chaos and the opposing forces so that people will clamor for a New World Order run by the billionaire-owned elites.

James E. Unger

Glendale Heights

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