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Excellent Point

The disconnect between so called 'mainstream' and alternative sources is stark from my perspective.

For example today on Good Morning Amerika (one of the few US programs I watch here in Saudi), it was reported how UN inspectors were leaving Syria, and US ships lurking offshore in the Mediterranean are (therefore) teeing up their missiles. There was simply NO MENTION WHATSOEVER of any findings of the UN inspectors. NONE, not in the slightest, not even an acknowledgement of findings of guilt. It was as if it were a foregone conclusion that the Syrian government had been implicated and was directly responsible, and that the inspectors were getting out of Dodge because of the inevitability of an impending but 'deserved' US attack. Sure, they told no lies (the standard to what 'journalism' has sunk) - but in the structure and selectivity of the content of the presentation, sure crafted a BS story.

While at the same time I see several articles here and elsewhere implicating Saudi Prince Bandar in supplying chemical weapons to the rebels. WTF?

This is all a load of crap by the US government and it's beginning to STINK. Congress will believe what it wants to believe.