Posted by Martin C. Fox on April 20, 2017
The 2017 Trump version “The Assad Regime’s Use of Chemical Weapons on April 4, 2017,” is likewise under fire from numerous quarters. Generally reliable journalist Robert Parry is reporting that the intelligence behind the White House claims comes largely from satellite surveillance, though nothing has been released to back-up the conclusion that the Syrian government was behind the attack, an odd omission as everyone knows about satellite capabilities and they are not generally considered to be a classified source or method. Parry also cites the fact that there are alternative theories on what took place and why, some of which appear to originate with the intelligence and national security community, which was in part concerned over the rush to judgment by the White House. MIT Professor Theodore Postol, considered to be an expert on munitions, has also questioned the government’s account of what took place in Khan Sheikhoun through a detailed analysis of the available evidence. He believes that the chemical agent was fired from the ground, not from an airplane, suggesting that it was an attack initiated by the rebels made to appear as if it was caused by the Syrian bomb.
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Posted by Martin C. Fox on April 8, 2017
Documents from Wikileaks show that the U.S. State Department wanted to help rebels overthrow Syrian Dictator Assad in order to strengthen Israel’s position against Iran. The State Department discussed how Iran and Syria trained forces in opposition to Israel. The fall of Assad, they said, would destroy the only Iranian ally in the region positioned to help Iran in the event of Israeli aggression to stop Iran’s nuclear program.
CNN reported in 2012 that America was involved in training the rebels to secure and monitor chemical weapons sites.
The United States and some European allies are using defense contractors to train Syrian rebels on how to secure chemical weapons stockpiles in Syria, a senior U.S. official and several senior diplomats told CNN Sunday.
The training, which is taking place in Jordan and Turkey, involves how to monitor and secure stockpiles and handle weapons sites and materials, according to the sources. Some of the contractors are on the ground in Syria working with the rebels to monitor some of the sites, according to one of the officials.
I don’t know about you but I am tired of the US bending over for Israel.
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Posted by Martin C. Fox on August 28, 2013
Like George Zimmerman, Bashir Al-Assad has been tried and convicted by Obama, Kerry, Biden and the ever obedient media. The proof is merely the vacuous sound bites of government stooges.
But ask yourself what has Assad to gain by using poison gas.
He gasses a relatively small group of people, oddly just a few miles from a UN station and is the recipient of the world’s wrath. What is the net gain? Nothing.
As we have learned recently this administration has been reported by Yahoo News to have a false flag gas attack plan ready. We know the US enabled Saddam Hussein’s gas attacks on Iran. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Martin C. Fox on August 25, 2013
The Syrian government may well have used chemical weapons.
But bear in mind our government is not beyond committing a false flag event.
The Maine, Tonkin Gulf, Pearl Harbor, it is not like false flags haven’t happened before.
The other question is where did the gas come from?
Did Syria manufacture it? Did Russia supply it? Maybe. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Martin C. Fox on March 6, 2012
Michael Gerson, war party columnist, tells us how the recent Koran burning is only a minor blip. There is a little over-reaction by the Taliban but no big deal. Pat Buchanan actually puts some thought into this
If Afghans cannot understand this mistake and have no other way to express their rage than rioting and ranting, “Death to America!” what kind of raw material are we working with in building a Western-style democracy in any foreseeable century? Read the rest of this entry »
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