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Head of NATO, Stoltenberg pledges support for #Syria attack without UN mandate, Herland Report

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Former leader of the Norwegian Labour Party, former Prime Minister of Norway, current NATO Secretary General, Jens Stoltenberg, pledges in this tweet his support to the UK-US-France attack on Syria, just when American and British army Generals. openly admit that Assad, not the West, won the war in Syria.

To be crystal clear: Jens Stoltenberg supports an attack on Syrian soil that happened in violation of all international law.

He supports an attack on Syria without UN mandate.

Stoltenberg supports an attack on the sovereign state of Syria without UNSC mandate.

The Norwegian NATO Secretary General supports a massive attack on Syria before an investigation even has begun into:

1. whether a chemical attack ever took place or if the whole event is filmed in a White Helmets production

2. if the attack did occure, Stoltenberg supports an attack on Assad’s Syria before it is even established by an international investigation whether the alleged attack was done by extremist islamists, moderate rebels or Assad forces.

This is the level of leadership in NATO and this is the level of leadership by the neo-con Norwegian Jens Stoltenberg, with no respect for international law or the United Nations.

The legacy of Jens Stoltenberg will be of a man who began his life in opposition to NATO and ended it supporting totalitarian regimes’ violations of every concept of judicial principles of examining the facts before one punishes an alleged culprit, the very principles that traditionally were the foundational principles of the West.


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