After they are through with Syria it will be the leaders of Iran and Lebanon (the next ones on the list) that will "kill their own people." And as per usual the masses will fall for the western war propaganda machine and their no hair out of place, thoothpaste smile, smooth talking suits in the media.Look, I do my best to assess your views as objectively as possible but sorry - you simply reiterating that there's lots of evidence doesn't mean squat. And the rest of your post is just strong opinions.
BTW Assad has used gas many times. I don't get the "why would he" tack some are taking. As if they have been privy to long and deep conversations with Assad and know how he thinks. Whatever the state of things has become, the war was started by Assad because he didn't think he could continue to hold power via political means.
It's mindboggling to me that people still accept the explanations of western officialdom. That they still don't get what the game is, although it's been biting them in the nose for over 15 years now.
Of course this latest chemical attack by Assad was a blatant false flag to provide the excuse to keep on bombing away in Syria. I predicted something like this happening on facebook and several other forums when Aleppo was liberated. I said at the time "The US/the west is scared shitless at the idea of peace breaking out in Syria. Expect a false flag to give them the excuse to keep it going."
Any detective will tell you that a crime needs a motive. That's the first question he will ask himself, "Who benefits from the crime?" Assad was in a strong position pre-"chemical attack." He (the Syrian army and Russia) had pushed back isis/al-qaida (which in the western narrative morph into 'moderate rebels' depending on the story the're trying to sell). He had the support of Putin, and Trump, who changes his narrative every five minutes seemed to be ok with him too. In the light of all that it makes no sense (none whatsoever) for Assad to do this. He had nothing to gain.
But who did have something to gain? Isis, al-qaida, the "moderate rebels" and the imperialist/capitalist west that is eager to continue this madness. About two weeks before the "chemical attack" terrorists kidnapped over 200 civilians from two Syrian villages. The victims of the "chemical attack" were people from these 200. You ask for evidence. I'm not in the habit of bookmarking everything I read or watch, and I'm not going to waste my precious time on trying to find back what I already know myself. Do your own research and you will find.
And another thing. Sarin gass is said to be deadly seconds after you come into contact with it. Yet the "rescue workers" were wearing no protective clothing, no gass masks, etc. But it's not necessary. It's obvious by now that the masses will always believe the official line as long as the BBC or CNN is telling it to them.
I hadn't intended to post something like this because I know it will be dismissed and laughed away anyway, so what's the point? You are one of the few with a mind of his/her own. If even people like you buy the official line there's no point in resisting. The military-Industrial complex has won. Congrats to them. They will be our downfall, but that's down to people's own "Yes sir! No sir! Anything you say sir!" mentality.