When A Government Declares A Verdict Before An Investigation, It’s Because There’s A Preexisting Agenda
Hours after an alleged chemical weapons attack on civilians in Syria, long before any investigation into the matter could have possibly even begun much less been completed, the US State Department declared that “the Assad regime must be held accountable” and Russia “ultimately bears responsibility” for it.
Anyone who questioned such proclamations was branded a delusional conspiracy theorist.
Days after an alleged poisoning of an ex-spy in Salisbury, the UK’s Foreign Office was telling reportersthat the Kremlin would be held responsible.
Anyone who questioned such proclamations was branded a delusional conspiracy theorist. Weeks later, we learned that laboratory forensics had still determined no such culpability, and crime scene forensics were all over the map positing many contradictory theories about what happened and how.
Isn’t it interesting how just as its data begins warning that the western empire is approaching post-primacy and will likely lose its dominant position in the world if it doesn’t take drastic action, all this information begins pouring out about a longtime rival of that very empire?
It’s almost as if there is a preexisting vendetta to cripple oppositional governments, and then crimes are being discovered which just so happen to advance that preexisting agenda.
— Department of State (@StateDept) April 9, 2018
How wild is that?
Hey everyone! You know that WikiLeaks drop everyone’s talking about?
Turns out it was Russia. No we can’t show you the evidence. It’s secret evidence.
Oh hey, the election didn’t turn out how it was supposed to, but guess what?
Turns out it was Russian Facebook ads that definitely made that happen. No we can’t show you evidence of it. It’s secret evidence. Shut up and give us our sanctions.
Look! Russian propaganda! Russian propaganda everywhere! We need to increase internet censorship against dissenting narratives,