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Chemical Weapons and Syria - Steve - 02-07-2018

Caught red-handed

The London Daily Mail ran a story in January 2013 about leaked emails that confirmed plans for a chemical attack in Syria sanctioned by Washington that would be blamed on President Assad to justify a ‘humanitarian’ invasion of the country. 

The report was quickly removed from the Mail website.

What the story described was a classic Problem-Reaction-Solution. The report revealed details of allegedly hacked emails from the British and Dubai-based defence contractor Britam Defence revealing a plan ‘approved by Washington’ and organised through the American client state of Qatar to transport a chemical weapon (CW) to Syria that was clearly intended to be a Problem-Reaction-Solution to remove the Assad regime as they had been so desperate to do for so long. 

Obama had said that a chemical attack by Assad would be the ‘red line’ that would trigger military intervention and the on-the-team French President Francois Hollande followed suit. He agreed that the use of chemical weapons would be ‘a legitimate reason for direct intervention’. Israel naturally said something similar –any excuse for a war. 

The emails were revealed by a German hacker and were alleged to be correspondence between David Goulding, the Britam Defence Business Development Director, and Philip Doughty, the company’s founder. This was the exchange:

Phil We’ve got a new offer. It’s about Syria again. Qataris propose an attractive deal and swear that the idea is approved by Washington. 

We’ll have to deliver a CW to Homs, a Soviet origin g-shell from Libya similar to those that Assad should have. They want us to deploy our Ukrainian personnel that should speak Russian and make a video record. 

Frankly, I don’t think it’s a good idea but the sums proposed are enormous. Your opinion? Kind regards David

RE: Chemical Weapons and Syria - awakened53 - 02-25-2018

Telling us what we already know but some good info on fake news about Syria from MSM

RE: Chemical Weapons and Syria - justinthyme - 03-02-2018

The Daily mail article mentioned has been removed from their website, but this is almost as good as.....

RE: Chemical Weapons and Syria - cattledog - 03-02-2018

Thanks Justin ! As good as if not better !!

RE: Chemical Weapons and Syria - ContemplationInTranquility - 03-03-2018

Thanks Justin, interesting article. So many people have just accepted the mainstream media version of events in Syria over the past few years without doing any cognitive thinking. I've had people be very abusive when I've supported Assad. But I hope the tide is beginning to turn a bit now and more people are waking up to the truth.

RE: Chemical Weapons and Syria - awakened53 - 03-07-2018

More evidence of the scam

RE: Chemical Weapons and Syria - ContemplationInTranquility - 03-07-2018

(03-07-2018, 04:30 PM)awakened53 Wrote: More evidence of the scam

Thanks for sharing awakened53, very illuminating. I doubt it will appear in any mainstream publications.

RE: Chemical Weapons and Syria - awakened53 - 03-13-2018

No surprise to us, but this probably won't make MSM

RE: Chemical Weapons and Syria - awakened53 - 03-18-2018

East Ghouta civilians used as a human shield by US backed militants

RE: Chemical Weapons and Syria - awakened53 - 03-22-2018

Syrian war for dummies... three versions