This will likely get explained away, but we know numbers are important to the elite.
For more on that, watch this video of Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund Christine Lagarde discussing the number seven for… seemingly no reason.
In what is being called out as totally bizarre by many, it turns out Damascus, Syria (a location where it is rumored more US strikes are set to hit, and soon), has streets named after dates, and one of them just so happens to be April 7th, the very day (technically, late night on April 6th/early morning April 7th) of Trump’s recent strike on a Syrian airfield, the first time the US has launched a preemptive strike against the sovereign, foreign nation without an official declaration of war.
Trump has already written a letter to Congress to inform them more US action is coming to Syria soon, supposedly to protect US “national interests” (because, you know, writing a letter to inform Congress is oh so Constitutional when you are basically declaring war on a sovereign nation).
In addition, rumors have come flying out of pretty much everywhere that there will be more strikes, including a video from Putin declaring that the recent gas attack in Northern Syria was indeed a false flag and that the Russians have information there are more Syrian false flags to blame attacks on Assad to come.
— Luke Rudkowski (@Lukewearechange) April 11, 2017
Russia claims it is turning to the UN and world court with evidence to support this claim.
Many point to the Syrian capital of Damascus to be the next prime target… a city where there just so happens to be located a street curiously named April 7th, technically the same as Trump’s strike (which also happened to be decided on April 6th, the 100th year anniversary — the very day — of the US entry into World War I).
Streets named after dates in Damascus include:
- 7th April
- 17th April
- 6th May
- 29th May
So what is the stated significance of these dates?
A couple of them show up in Wikipedia:
On 29 May 1945, France bombed Damascus and tried to arrest its democratically elected leaders. While French planes were bombing Damascus, Prime Minister Faris al-Khoury was at the founding conference of the United Nations in San Francisco, presenting Syria‘s claim for independence from the French Mandate. Continuing pressure from Syrian nationalist groups and British pressure forced the French to evacuate their last troops on 17 April 1946.
Brainyhistory.com has some more information about some of these dates:
- April 7th: 1967 Israeli/Syrian border fights
- April 17th: 1946 Syria declares independence from French administration
- May 6th: 1916 Martyrs’ Day – Commander of the Ottoman occupation Jamal Pasha, also known as ‘Al Jazzar’ orders to execute 21 Nationalists in Syria and Lebanon in both squares of Marjeh in Damascus and Bourj in Beirut, to be later celebrated as “Martyrs’ Day”.
Could it be possible, as both Trump and Putin have warned, that more strikes are coming Syria’s way and the dates are set to match up with significant dates in Syria’s previous fight toward freedom… to undo the nation of Syria symbolically down to its very historical roots?
Time will tell. The next date is in five days. The clock is ticking.
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