Deception Inside Deception: The Alleged Sarin Gas Attack
Paul Craig Roberts
Seymour Hersh, America’s most famous investigative reporter, has
become persona non grata in the American Propaganda Ministry that poses
as a news media but only serves to protect the US government’s war lies.
Among his many triumphs Hersh exposed the American My Lai massacre in
Vietnam and the Abu Ghraib torture prison run by the Americans in Iraq.
Today his investigative reports have to be published in the London
Review of Books or in the German Media.
From Hersh’s latest investigative report, we learn that President
Trump makes war decisions by watching staged propaganda on TV. The
White Helmets, a propaganda organization for jihadists and the “Syrian
opposition,” found a gullible reception from the Western media for
photographs and videos of alleged victims of a Syrian Army sarin gas
attack on civilians in Khan Sheikhoun. Trump saw the photos on TV and
despite being assured by US intelligence that there was no Syrian sarin
gas attack, ordered the US military to strike a Syrian base with
Tomahawk missiles. Under international law this strike was a war crime,
and it was the first direct aggression against Syria by the US which
previously committed aggression via proxies called “the Syrian