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"We have communicated in no uncertain terms with every player in the region that that's a red line for us and that there would be enormous consequences if we start seeing movement on the chemical weapons front or the use of chemical weapons. That would change my calculations significantly."

These comments signal possible intervention. The New York Times said Obama's warning advances things "a step closer to direct American intervention." 

Syrian Foreign Ministry Jihad Makdissi clearly said chemical weapons won't be used internally. Nor will they be used against other nations except in self-defense.

Of course they won't. Why would Assad give Washington and other NATO countries reason to intervene?

No matter. Incidents are easy to manufacture. Scoundrel media hyperbole manipulates readers and viewers to expect it. Propaganda hypes fear. 

On August 17, Mossad-connected DEBKAfile (DF) headlined "Syria's neighbors braced for chemical threat. Assad warns Turkey on Stingers," saying:

"The US and its allies are discussing a worst-case scenario that could require up to 60,000 ground troops to go into Syria to secure chemical and biological weapons sites following the fall of the Assad government, an unnamed American source said Thursday night, Aug.16."

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Securing weapons is deceptive cover perhaps for a planned chemical false flag blamed on Assad. DF, Obama, other officials, and Western media are manipulating public opinion to accept another full-scale war.

Alleged Iraq WMD threats facilitated shock and awe and occupation. Others initiated NATO's destruction of Libya. Expect something similar for Syria. Washington's bag of tricks contains all dirty ones.

Chemical warfare threats are hyped. DF said US special forces are positioned in Jordan, Turkey and Israel. "Reconnaissance teams from potentially targeted countries have infiltrated Syria."

Medical preparations have been made. "Israeli hospitals are on war alert." Fortified emergency wards were opened. "IDF Home Front Command units embarked on a series of chemical attack drills"."

Soldiers wore anti-contamination clothing. Underground parking areas are ready as bomb shelters. "Assad is resolved more than ever to stand fast" and fight.

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DF hyperbole sounded like Western media reports during the Blitz.

On August 21, Voice of Russia headlined "Russia denies sending chemical weapons to Syria," saying:

Colonel Vladimir Mandych, deputy head of Russia's Federal Department for Safe Storage and Destruction of Chemical Weapons, said none were sent to Syria, adding:

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