Tral it really isnt, this has been brewing up for quite some time from the US end, and things like this do not happen without good reason: http://worldnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2012/12/05/15706380-syria-loads-chemical-weapons-into-bombs-military-awaits-assads-order?lite
It is also easy to back away from something like this, the UK has already done so. Any gesture from the Syrians can be used as an excuse. They can even extend some kind of diplomatic initiative. Perhaps we could discover that the strikes were by rebels after all (which seems quite credible).
Look, I know the whole Jewish conspiracy thing is played out. This is why I must stress that this is not conspirational. It is quite open. With the situation in Syria worsened by American intervention, Israel gains an excuse for aggressive measures in the name of defense versus terrorist infiltration. The Golan Heights can be more formally annexed. Why would there be a proxy war over Syria of all places? The behaviour of Russia is reactionary, it is responding to this unilateral act of overt aggression. Only Israel stands to gain in any real fashion from this. They are spared expense and the lives of their own soldiers, why should they not make full use of this opportunity? Jewish racial chauvinism is a matter of history, and in the Middle East the US has a record of acting as the arm of Israel for decades.
Why the antagonism with Iran? Why even Iraq? Do these make sense in retrospect? Remember one of the primary grievances of Al-Qaeda is these very actions. So how does the US benefit from this? Quite simply it does not, and these decisions are the consequence of the disproportionate influence of Jewish and Zionist elements in the US government.
In these matters it is always enlightening to look at who benefits. Look at the warning Iran gave, they understand this situation. If the US acts in Syria they have warned that Syria will attack Israel. Now doesnt that seem rather spiteful and unnecessary even if Israel is an ally of the US? Perhaps it would be easy to believe that a crazed Arab dictator would do such a thing, which really does help the overall narrative. Assad is not crazed though.
Syria is actually a strong model for control of a state by a minority overclass. Like the tutsis and the hutus, and as some believe like American Jews and American Whites. I dont subscribe to this, but there is some
truth to the matter.