※ Eva Bartlett認証済みアカウント @EvaKBartlett氏の2018/4/13のツイート
Yesterday, I posted the following:
No baby. Baby.
Ask yourselves why a baby has been added to the scene.
What else has been manipulated?
Seems like many others also find this questionable.



#SyriaHoax #Falseflaghttps://twitter.com/twitter/statuses/983791200447684608

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'Trump denied the American people oversight in endless war': Lawmakers react to Syria strikes
Not all US lawmakers have welcomed the "illegal" strike on Syria ordered by President Donald Trump that was allegedly in retaliation for a staged chemical attack in the suburb of Damascus last week.

Without having the mandate from the United Nations, Washington and two of its European allies have launched strikes against Syrian targets, seeking to retaliate against President Bashar Assad for a suspected chemical attack near Damascus on April 7, which, according to unconfirmed reports, killed dozens of people.

"We are prepared to sustain this response until the Syrian regime stops its use of prohibited chemical agents," Trump said in a televised speech on Friday evening, accusing Assad of carrying out "crimes of a monster."

The US actions on foreign soil were taken by the president without the direct approval of lawmakers on Capitol Hill. Following Trump's announcement, a number of them have condemned the move.

"This military action against Syria is a strike against a foreign government. Such an act requires a Congressional authorization to use force, and we have not provided one," Rep. John Garamendi (D-California) said on Twitter.

"By illegally bombing Syria, President Trump has once again denied the American people any oversight or accountability in this endless war. Congress, not the president, has the power to authorize military action," Rep. Barbara Lee (D-California) tweeted after Trump ordered the strike.

The strike was also called "illegal" by Senator Tim Kaine (D-Virginia), who noted that Trump does not have any legal authority to wage war against nation states. He wondered if Iran and North Korea will also witness the wrath of the US soon.

The same sentiment was voiced by Senator Jeff Merkley (D-Oregon), who urged Trump to have a clear exit strategy prior to involving US troops abroad.

"I haven't read France's or Britain's 'Constitution,' but I've read ours and no where in it is Presidential authority to strike Syria," Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Kentucky) added.

The American military response abroad "must come through congressional approval," Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard (D-California) said on Twitter. ‏"Instead, President Trump has once again struck Syria on his own."
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Reported death of Libya strongman sends shockwaves through Arab world
Unconfirmed reports that General Khalifa Haftar, a key figure in Libya’s political landscape, has died in Paris hospital are fueling speculation about the country's future. Haftar had suffered a stroke earlier this week.

Haftar, 74, was reportedly admitted to hospital in France in serious condition. His office denied the reports by outlets such as Le Monde and France 24, however, branding them "fake news."

The Tripoli-based Libyan Observer, considered close to the UN-recognized Government of National Accord, reported Haftar's passing on Friday, and posted photos of people in Tripoli celebrating his death.

However, the UN support mission in Libya denied the reports of Haftar's death, saying that he spoke on the phone with the UN envoy Ghassan Salame on Friday.

Haftar was one of the key figures in Libya after the NATO-backed overthrow of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi's government in 2011, becoming the chief of the new Libyan army.

In 2014, after a dispute with the GNA, his forces took control of areas in around the eastern city of Tobruk and Benghazi. Haftar then waged a war on various Islamist groups, including the notorious Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS).

Despite rejecting the authority of the UN-backed government in Tripoli, the general remained an accepted power in foreign nations. His forces control roughly two thirds of the country. He has been welcomed in Moscow, Paris and Abu Dhabi and considered a strong contender in the upcoming presidential election in Libya.

The North African country was plunged into chaos after NATO supported an uprising against Gaddafi. As a result of the intervention, Gaddafi was defeated and executed by rebels in October 2011. Libya has since suffered from conflict and chaos as rival armed groups, criminal gangs and militias struggled for power and resources.

The collapse of Libya has also resulted in a surge of migrants from Africa into Europe, along with reported abuses by human traffickers such as open-air slave markets.
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Defense Secretary James Mattis' cautionary tone on Syria could land him in hot water with Trump, but the president probably can't afford to shake up his Cabinet right now, former CIA officer Philip Giraldi told RT.

Reports that there is tension between Mattis and his boss over a potential US military strike in response to the April 7 gas attack in eastern Ghouta have led to speculation that the Pentagon chief may face a similar fate as Rex Tillerson, who was pushed out of the State Department last month. Tillerson's dismissal was motivated, at least in part, by disagreements with President Donald Trump on key policy issues.

Mattis' more level-headed approach to Syria could threaten his job security down the road, but it's unlikely that Trump will replace him anytime soon, Philip Giraldi, a former counter-terrorism specialist and military intelligence officer of the CIA, told RT.

"I think there clearly is friction between Mattis and the president," Giraldi said. While Trump may like to replace Mattis, "at this point, with the tension going on Syria and elsewhere, he's not in a position to do that yet."

Jim Jatras, a former US diplomat and GOP Senate policy adviser, said that Trump still respects Mattis and the dispute likely won't affect their relationship in the long term.

"The professional military are going to be much more cautious here than some of the political leadership, especially if there have been military-to-military consultations with the Russians. I think the American military take it very, very seriously what the consequences could be, if there's a strike in Syria," Jatras said. "And that's being communicated to Mattis. So I think that Mattis is speaking with the voice of the professional military. And that is something that Trump is going to respect."

Jatras added that it was "pretty sad" that the most reasonable person advising the president was nicknamed "Mad Dog."

Mattis on Thursday appeared to put the brakes on Trump's incendiary Twitter taunts aimed at Syria and Russia. Speaking to members of the House Armed Services Committee about a potential US response to the incident, Mattis said he wanted to find a way to "stop the murder of innocent people," while also avoiding a dangerous military escalation.

"On a strategic level, it's how do we keep this from escalating out of control, if you get my drift on that," Mattis told the lawmakers, likely referring to Moscow's repeated warnings that striking Syria could have "grave consequences."

Only a day earlier, US President Donald Trump announced on Twitter that US missiles are coming to Syria – and Russia should "get ready."

WATCH MORE: Proof or no proof? US officials conflicted on Syria ‘chemical attack’

The glaring contrast between the two statements did not go unnoticed by members of the Armed Services Committee.

"When the president of the United States says these missiles will be coming, that sounds to me and to the rest of the world, like a decision," Rep. Beto O'Rourke (D-Texas) told Mattis. The defense secretary attempted to save face by noting that "today our president did say that he's not made a decision."

The uncomfortable exchange comes amid reports that there is "tension" between what Trump and National Security Adviser John Bolton want to see done in Syria and what the Pentagon is advocating.

"Defense Secretary Mattis and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Dunford are concerned with managing escalation and preventing blowback on US troops," journalist Kate Brannen reported, citing sources familiar with internal discussions.

Trump shook up his Cabinet last month, dismissing Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, whose more level-headed approach to foreign policy often clashed with Trump's inflammatory rhetoric and hard-line positions.

"Tillerson was someone who had to go because he wasn't agreeing with the boss," Giraldi told RT. However, Giraldi said it was inaccurate to claim that Tillerson got the boot solely because of his policy positions. "I think it's an exaggeration to say that Trump has a foreign policy. I think the fact is that Trump is more interested in personal loyalty."

Jatras also expressed doubts over whether Trump has an established foreign policy, arguing that Trump simply likes to surround himself with people he gets along with. "He appoints people who he feels comfortable with personally," Jatras said.

Loyalty aside, Tillerson's more reconciliatory tone towards Pyongyang definitely didn't mix well with Trump's Twitter taunting. As Tillerson ensured North Korea that Washington was keeping negotiation channels open, Trump was bragging about the size of his "nuclear button."

But a disagreement over the Iran nuclear deal was ultimately Tillerson's undoing – or at least that's how Trump tells it.

"When you look at the Iran deal, I thought it was terrible. He thought it was okay. I wanted to either break it or do something, he felt a little differently," Trump said after announcing Tillerson's departure in March. "So we were not really thinking the same. With Mike, Mike Pompeo, we have a very similar thought process."

Trump has tapped former CIA director Mike Pompeo to be his next Secretary of State. Pompeo has been an outspoken opponent of the 2015 Iran deal, going so far as to urge the United States to bomb Iran in an attempt to wipe out its "nuclear program."

Both Giraldi and Jatras agreed that if there is another shake-up in Trump's inner circle, White House Chief of Staff John Kelly – not Mattis – will likely be next. According to Giraldi, Kelly's efforts to make the White House more disciplined has led to friction with the president.
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ロシア外務省と国防省がトランプの威嚇に総力で対処 2


Lavrov: Russia Obtains Proof of Foreign Actors Staging Alleged Chemical Attack in Syria’s Douma
TEHRAN (FNA)- Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov said that his country has obtained proof of certain foreign actors staging the recent alleged chemical weapon attack in the Syrian town of Douma.

“We have irrefutable evidence that this was yet another performance and that security services of a country which is trying to be in the frontlines of the Russophobic campaign were involved in this performance,” he said during a press conference, al-Manar reported.

Earlier the US and several of its allies accused Damascus of using chlorine during an offensive in Douma and killing up to 70 people.

Russia May Deploy More Troops to Reduce Targets in Syria
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Russian military may have to deploy more troops to Syria in order to reduce the total number of targets for the US, former Pentagon official Karen Kwiatkowski said on Friday.

“If a direct military conflict with Russia is to be avoided, de-confliction with Russian forces would need to happen,” Kwiatkowski told Sputnik, adding, “The more time that passes allows the Russian military in Syria to take positions that will complicate any de-confliction and reduce the US targeting options.”

The Syrian Air Force has already moved much of their air assets to the Russian bases around Syria; however, their military personnel still are a target for the US Coalition.

While many Russian military personnel are already embedded with the Syrian Army, there are still several installations that the US Coalition could target.

Among these include the plethora of Syrian Army and Air Defense bases located around the Syrian capital, including the 4th Division HQ.

In a recent statement not on Twitter, US President Donald Trump stated that his military has plenty of targets to strike in Syria, should they choose to attack.

Russian Jets Cover Syria’s Airspace after Reports on Presence of US Spy Planes near Coast
TEHRAN (FNA)- Russian fighter jets are highly active above Syria on Friday, following reports on the US spy planes' flights near the coastal provinces of Tartus and Lattakia.

Seven US spy planes were spotted flying along the Syrian coast, with some of the aircraft approaching the Russia-run Humeimim Military Airport in the Southwestern part of Lattakia province, the AMN reported.

The Russian jets have been routinely flying along the coast since the US President Donald Trump’s threats, but they have recently increased the number of flights over the last 12 hours.

Russian jets have also been cited in several places across Syria, including the Homs, Deir Ezzur, Hama and Idlib provinces.

The Russian Air Force deployed some jets to aid the Syrian Army soldiers who have been facing ISIL terrorists' heavy offensive in Southeastern Homs.

Douma ‘chemical attack’ was staged to provoke US strike against Syria – Russian MoD
The Russian Defense Ministry has presented evidence that they say proves the reported chemical attack in Syria was staged. It also accused the British government of pressuring the perpetrators to speed up the “provocation.”

During a briefing on Friday, the ministry showed interviews with two people, who, it said, are medical professionals working in the only hospital operating in Douma, a town near the Syrian capital, Damascus. In the interviews released to the media, the two men reported how footage was shot of people dousing each other with water and treating children, which was claimed to show the aftermath of the April 7 chemical weapons attack. The patients shown in the video suffered from smoke poisoning and the water was poured on them by their relatives after a false claim that chemical weapons were used, the ministry said.
“Please, notice. These people do not hide their names. These are not some faceless claims on the social media by anonymous activists. They took part in taking that footage,” said ministry spokesman Major-General Igor Konashenkov.
“The Russian Defense Ministry also has evidence that Britain had a direct involvement in arranging this provocation in Eastern Ghouta,” the general added, referring to the neighborhood of which Douma is part. “We know for certain that between April 3 and April 6 the so-called White Helmets were seriously pressured from London to speed up the provocation that they were preparing.”
According to Konashenkov, the group, which was a primary source of photos and footage of the purported chemical attack, was informed of a large-scale artillery attack on Damascus planned by the Islamist group Army of Islam, which controlled Douma at the time. The White Helmets were ordered to arrange the provocation after retaliatory strikes by the Syrian government forces, which the shelling was certain to lead to, he said.
Konashenkov said Russia hoped that international monitors from the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), which is due to investigate the circumstances of the incident, will help establish the truth. He added Eastern Ghouta is currently trying to return to peaceful life after being liberated from militant groups by Syrian government forces. He called on other nations and international organizations to provide humanitarian aid, which is badly needed in the area. Russia is already supplying food, medicine, building materials and other essential supplies to the neighborhood, he said.
The reported chemical weapons attack escalated tensions over Syria, just as Damascus was about to seize full control of Eastern Ghouta. The US and allies such as the UK and France threatened military action in response to what they claim is an atrocity committed by the Syrian government. Russia insists the incident was staged and said it reserves the right to counter any attack on Syria.

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Russia to stop exporting titanium to Boeing in counter-sanctions against US – draft law

RD-180 engines used by NASA and the Pentagon

As of last year, 40 percent of Russian titanium aircraft parts were sold to Boeing and 60 percent to its European rival Airbus, according to a spokesman for Russia’s Rostec corporation.

“We have a joint venture with American Boeing. It is located in the Urals, in Verkhnyaya Salda, where products are manufactured using absolutely unique technologies. We supply not titanium, but finished titanium parts. And the know-how belongs to the Russian side,” Viktor Kladov told Rossiyskaya Gazeta at the time.

Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said the Kremlin will analyze the bill, but no definitive answer about its introduction can be given yet. "We need time to analyze the point of view of Russian lawmakers who initiated the bill, in order to formulate some position later," Peskov told journalists on Friday.

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ロシア外務省と国防省がトランプの威嚇に総力で対処 1




米国国連大使ニッキハーレイの子供の画像を使った感情論には、ラッカやモースルでの米同盟軍の空爆で市民に多数の犠牲者が出た際に国防大臣マッチスが口にした“fact of life”「日常よくあること」、「避け難い人生の現実」との言葉を引き合いに出してどう違うのかと問うています。









#SyriaHoax #Falseflaghttps://twitter.com/twitter/statuses/983791200447684608


[ロンドン 12日 ロイター] - トランプ米大統領は12日、ツイッターでシリアに対する軍事攻撃の可能性について、「すぐかもしれないし、全くすぐではないかもしれない」と述べた。また、「シリア攻撃がいつ実施されるかは決して言わない」と書き込んだ。

ここまでが2018/4/12 21時50分現在の状況です。トランプのこれら一連のツイートは、相場を動かす効果があり、裏で稼いでいる人たちがいるのではないかとの疑惑が出ています。

ロイター2018年4月12日 / 19:42 / 3時間前更新
[モスクワ 12日 ロイター] - ロシア大統領府のペスコフ報道官は12日、シリア情勢を巡る偶発的な衝突を回避するための米国とのホットラインについて、双方が使用していることを明らかにした。

Russia’s military options to counter US strike in Syria
the Russian military may use a limited response – using airborne electronic warfare equipment to harass the American ships, messing up their target acquisition, geolocation or even AEGIS anti-aircraft systems. The extent of damage this may cause is debatable, but it would certainly make the job of destroying whatever targets the US command has in mind in Syria much more difficult.

ロシアが電磁波兵器の実用化へ試験 戦闘機が操縦不能に?

Social Media Users Lash out at UK PM, Oppose Britain's Military Operation against Syria(英国は参加)
German Chancellor: Berlin Will Not Join Bombing Campaign in Syria(独は不参加)
PM Rules out Canadian Participation in Military Strikes against Syria(加は不参加)

※ 共同2018/4/13 06:55

※ ロイター2018年4月13日 / 07:48
[国連 12日 ロイター] - ロシアのネベンジャ国連大使は12日、シリアに対する軍事行動を控えるよう米国や同盟国に求めた。また米国との戦争の可能性について「排除できない」との考えを示した。


'We can resolve all issues by picking up the phone' – Russia's FM spokesperson on Syria standoff
The US and Russia can find a way out of the deadlock in Syria if they talk to each other, Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova believes, but should Washington launch an attack, Moscow will stand by its people.
In an interview with Sky News on Thursday, Zakharova stressed that Moscow and Washington should not allow the tensions over Syria to spiral into a direct confrontation on the ground.
Asked about the chances of a doomsday scenario in which Russian and American blood will be spilled as result of the US-led military action, Zakharova said that Moscow and Washington have all the means to prevent such a showdown and its potentially disastrous consequences.


"We're living in 2018 and we have all sort of communication, including Twitter, and we can resolve all the questions like that - just picking up the phone, just sending messages - and I think this is the case which should be resolved through the communication but not through force," the Foreign Ministry's spokesperson said.
Zakharova reiterated that Russia will protect its people on the ground should missiles start flying. Commenting on the earlier statement by Moscow's envoy to Lebanon, Alexander Zasypkin, who warned that the Russian military reserves the right to intercept incoming missile and strike launch sites in case of an attack, Zakharova said that the envoy's words should be understood in the sense that Russia will not abandon its people.
"I would stress one more time and that was the idea of our ambassador in Lebanon as well that Russia will protect its people on the ground. It's obvious," Zakharova told Sky.
Rejecting the parallels with the 1962 Cuban missile crisis, which put the world to the brink of a nuclear war, she argued that the times have changed. "I just want to remind you one more time it's 2018, it's not the middle of the 20th century," she said, adding that in a time of instant communications there's no reason "why people who are in charge of our security and international peace can't talk."
Russia does not seek praise, only genuine cooperation in the fight against terrorism, Zakharova said, commenting on US President Donald Trump's recent tweet. The US president lamented that the US-led anti-terrorist campaign in Syria was underappreciated. "Where is our 'Thank you America?'" he wrote.
Zakharova pointed to the dismal long-term effects of previous US military endeavors.
"I think people in Iraq are still thanking the United States for what they were doing and what they've done to their country and so we hope that Syria will have better future."
"We do not need any sort of appreciation of what we are doing on the ground, what we need is cooperation, similar words but a little bit different," she said. Russian President Vladimir Putin called for the creation of a broad international coalition against terrorism during his speech at the UN back in 2015, Zakharova reminded, adding that the proposal "is still on the table."
"We are actually looking forward to closer cooperation with other countries on Syria. We really want and we really need it," she said.
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「さすがに、ずくなしさんのフォロワーさん、アンケート回答の数がたった*人(笑) 産地偽装は、されると参ります。」

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