How does the U.S. get the war with North Korea and Syria/Russia that they want sooo badly? Well, you find a way to tie the two together of course.
The United Nations is controlled by the U.S. and its coalition allies. Of course, the mainstream media, in this case the New York Times, serves as the conduit to plant these lies in the minds of the public.
The U.S. will stop at nothing to crush any resistance to its goal of world domination. If it means global war, then so be it.
This is becoming very scary. previously related post here
U.N. Links North Korea to Syria’s Chemical Weapons Program
North Korea has been shipping supplies to the Syrian government that could be used in the production of chemical weapons, United Nations experts contend.
The evidence of a North Korean connection comes as the United States and other countries have accused the Syrian government of using chemical weapons on civilians, including recent attacks on civilians in the Damascus suburb of eastern Ghouta using what appears to have been chlorine gas.
The supplies from North Korea include acid-resistant tiles, valves and thermometers, according to a report by United Nations investigators. North Korean missile technicians have also been spotted working at known chemical weapons and missile facilities inside Syria, according to the report, which was written by a panel of experts who looked at North Korea’s compliance with United Nations sanctions.
The report highlights the potential danger posed by any such trade between Syria and North Korea, which could allow Syria to maintain its chemical weapons while also providing North Korea with cash for its nuclear and missile programs.
The possible chemical weapons components were part of at least 40 previously unreported shipments by North Korea to Syria between 2012 and 2017 of prohibited ballistic missile parts and materials that could be used for both military and civilian purposes, according to the report, which has not been publicly released but which was reviewed by The New York Times.
Neither the report’s authors nor members of the United Nations Security Council who have seen it would comment, and neither would the United States’ mission to the international agency.
It is unclear when, or even whether, the report will be released.
“I don’t know about its publication date, if any,” Stéphane Dujarric, a United Nations spokesman, told reporters on Tuesday in response to queries. Asked to comment on the report, he said, “I think the overarching message is that all member states have a duty and responsibility to abide by the sanctions that are in place.” – New York Times
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