And you know this how? or does it originate from your darkest body cavity?
It's really funny how people are trying to rationalize this attack to fit in the nonsensical narrative that the Syrian army is behind this. It goes from an accident, to incompetence, to simply trying to taunt the US because how else would the timing make sense, they could have done it last week as well, rebels controlled the neighborhood there for months.
What kind of powerless ignorant fools do you take them for?
If Syria ever sees the strategic need to eliminate an imminent threat that can only be countered by a large scale chemical attack the first thing they will do is shut down internet and phone access, and setup ambushes on the highways for anyone trying to get out. Footage would eventually seep out but it would happen very gradually.
The military can be cruel, but stupid armies don't last.
Why don't they allow the U.N. to investigate asap then?
The army can't secure the area, another false flag attack would kill the UN team and take a wild guess who gets the blame AGAIN.
I'm basing my claim among other things on what the two top Arab correspondents here in Israel said tonight. They went as far as to name the brigade in the Syrian Army who carried out the attack. You're going to attack the source, no doubt. Nonetheless what they said is the truth.
Interestingly, Israel is probably the only country that can be trusted to be completely impartial when it comes to this conflict, as it really doesn't care which side wins as long as it doesn't spill over.
Even if there wasn't clear indications that the regime was behind this, the 'false flag' accusation does not make any sense:
1) Word of advice: things are generally as they appear. Occam's Razor. If a murderous regime known to have chemical weapons is fighting against rebels (who are also murderous, no argument there), and in the course of that war the rebels are hit by a massive chemical weapons attack, then it is most likely the regime behind it. If you insist on the conspiracy (as I'm sure you will), please refer to what follows.
2) You're assuming that the various rebel groups have access to state-grade chemical weapons.
3) You're assuming that they have the technical capability to deliver this weapon on a missile.
4) You're assuming that having this incredible capability, they would choose to use it on themselves rather than their enemy to make Assad look bad.
5) You're assuming that the rebels need to work extra hard to make Assad look bad when in fact he is doing a fine job on his own.
6) You're assuming that the rebels would take this huge risk and make this insane sacrifice even though they know that making it look as if Assad had used chemical weapons is not guaranteed, and is even unlikely, to bring about invention by the international community.