U.N. war crimes investigators have accused the Assad regime in Syria of conducting 33 chemical attacks against its own people, using weapons provided by North Korea.
Despite evidence that shows these chemical attacks to be false flags perpetrated by pro-U.S. forces, the globalists are still pushing the lie that Assad, and now North Korea, are a threat to the people of Syria.
Government forces have used chemical weapons more than two dozen times during Syria’s civil war, including in April’s deadly attack on Khan Sheikhoun, U.N. war crimes investigators said on Wednesday.
A government warplane dropped sarin on the town in Idlib province, killing more than 80 civilians, the U.N. Commission of Inquiry on Syria said, in the most conclusive findings to date from investigations into that chemical weapon attack.
Apparently, some of the weapons (chemical or conventional) used by the Assad regime were given to them by North Korea.
Two North Korean shipments to a Syrian government agency responsible for the country’s chemical weapons program were intercepted in the past six months, according to a confidential United Nations report on North Korea sanctions violations.
The U.N. experts said activities between Syria and North Korea they were investigating included cooperation on Syrian Scud missile programs and maintenance and repair of Syrian surface-to-air missiles air defense systems.
Based on these accusations, Israel decided on Thursday to attack an alleged chemical weapons production plant in Syria.
The Syrian army said Israel targeted a military site in Hama province early on Thursday which a war monitor said could be linked to chemical weapons production.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which monitors the war, said the strike hit a Scientific Studies and Research Centre facility, an agency which the United States describes as Syria’s chemical weapons manufacturer.
The strike took place the morning after U.N. investigators said the Syrian government was responsible for a sarin poison gas attack in April. (source)