By Jerry Alatalo
“As it has been promised previously to the American partners, this information will not be hidden anymore”.
hat is what Russian Ministry of Defense Major General Igor Konashenkov said during the following briefing on recent events in Syria. He was referring to and refuting statements made by U.S. Pentagon official Colonel Steve Warren which accused Russian pilots of carrying out airstrikes against hospitals and civilians in the Syrian city of Aleppo.
Whether developments in the days ahead include a response from the Pentagon to Mr. Konashenkov’s allegation that it was two American A-10 fighter jets which carried out the actual bombings or not – a response which presents evidence to the world to back up the Pentagon’s assertion of Russian military responsibility for the attacks, it is perhaps inconceivable that the matter of two superpower conflicting perceptions and narratives about such very serious war crimes will stay unresolved.
If the Pentagon’s spokesperson was telling the truth, to straighten out the controversy by showing the evidence to substantiate the severe allegation should not prove difficult or any problem. In essence, if the Pentagon fails to offer the world evidence proving Russian jets carried out the bombardments one can come to no other logical conclusion but that American pilots were carrying out what has become increasingly recognized by people around the Earth as a “false flag” military operation.
Some might underestimate how much importance lies in this controversy and quickly forget about it, but the implications of a possibly planned American false flag deception in Aleppo – without a doubt in any international law/legal expert’s mind a war crime, are potentially enormous and paradigm-shifting. For observers of events in Syria learning about this highest-level controversy between American and Russian military officials on bombings in Aleppo produces intense anticipation over the forthcoming, if any, American response.
As it stands, the proverbial “ball is in the Pentagon’s court”. While it has yet to become determined whether Russian or American pilots actually carried out the atrocities, in particular destruction of Aleppo hospitals, if it turns out that the airstrikes were in fact part of an American false flag operation humanity might have witnessed “the last false flag”. Given that throughout history civilization’s major wars have often been initiated upon successful false flag events, humanity’s awareness of one being carried out in Syria – if such proves the case – will result in a historic perceptual shift highly amenable for creating conditions of global truth, justice and peace.
In other words, the immoral tactical military option of deception meant to manipulate citizens’ perceptions into acceptance of war, by any nation or group of nations, will become virtually impossible to implement. What that means is no war ever again will start because of successful deceiving of entire populations of people. Given the high percentage of wars through history sparked by deceptive events, is it conceivable that wars will never again start… period?
The answer to that profoundly thought-provoking question may well come as the world’s people maintain intense focus on the outcome to the controversy, an event which could go down in history as “The February 2016 Bombing of Aleppo”.
(Thank you to Marine1063 at YouTube)