Saudi black op team behind Damascus chemical weapons attack - assisted by US black ops in Jordan.

Chemical weapon attack in Eastern Ghouta done by black op team Saudi Arabia sent through Jordan acting with support of criminal Liwa Al-Islam group.

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Saudi black op team behind Damascus chemical weapons attack - assisted by US black ops in Jordan.

Chemical weapon attack in Eastern Ghouta done by black op team Saudi Arabia sent through Jordan acting with support of criminal Liwa Al-Islam group.

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Saudi black op team behind Damascus chemical weapons attack - assisted by US black ops in Jordan.

Chemical weapon attack in Eastern Ghouta done by black op team Saudi Arabia sent through Jordan acting with support of criminal Liwa Al-Islam group.

Image: RT.com
Saudi black op team behind Damascus chemical weapons attack - assisted by US black ops in Jordan.

Chemical weapon attack in Eastern Ghouta done by black op team Saudi Arabia sent through Jordan acting with support of criminal Liwa Al-Islam group.

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9/11
Mohamed Atta and his sponsor’s were not jihadists.

As a terrorist pilot he spent his last year in the U.S. in the companionship of two CIA pilots Schubin and  Bhoringer.

He trained his team at a facility financed by a known financier for CIA operations - Khashoggi.

He was a business partner with a CIA recruiter - Erroudani - and he was funded by four pro-CIA intelligence agencies.

Mohamed Atta was a US intelligence community asset working for the United States government.

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Multiple linkages to US
covert operations
Mohamed Atta and his sponsor’s were not jihadists.
As a terrorist pilot he spent his last year in the U.S. in the companionship of two CIA pilots Schubin and Bhoringer.
He trained his team at a facility financed by a known financier for CIA operations - Khashoggi.
He was a business partner with a CIA recruiter - Erroudani - and he was funded by four pro-CIA intelligence agencies.
Mohamed Atta was a US intelligence community asset working for the United States government.
911 and how not to allow actuality to interfere with faith.

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Recommendation for listening to a discussion by Sean Christopher Ali Stone, and PhD Dr. Kevin Barrett, is not that both are Muslim converts — part of this discussion has to do with the Muslim faith.
My reason for suggesting listening is that 9/11 is discussed is some depth.
One's take on reality is one's take on reality.
My take on reality has nothing to do with the Abrahamic faiths, which I believe stem from human based awareness and configuration, aided by encouragement and deception of certain off-planet beings.
Consideration of 9/11 for many is a perfect example of how not to really want to delve into actuality, and to not allow actuality to interfere with faith.
I respect very much both individuals in this discussion, and for all the above reasons, recommend you take a listen.
Kewe
911 Operation Gladio — Syria chemical attack — Al-Qaeda lead up to Twin Towers falling — US government fabricated stories
Operation Gladio false flag terrorism over decades to raise US government power
You had to attack civilians — the people women children far removed from any political game — this would allow authorities to bring in a state of emergency
Innumerable regular meetings between US and Al-Qaeda in lead-up to 2001
     False Flag terrorism is being used to move people 'like sheep'       
     NATO Secret Armies     
      US fabrications of Syria government chemical attack — 9/11      
Rockets used in Syria chemical weapons used from flatbed truck.

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Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov:
“On the occasion of the incident in the vicinity of Aleppo on March 19, 2013 when the United Nations, under the pressure of some Security Council members, didn’t respond to the request of the Syrian government to send inspectors to investigate, Russia, at the request of the Syrian government, investigated that case, and this report, i.e. the results of this investigation are broadly available to the Security Council and publicly.”
The main conclusion is that the type of sarin used in that incident was homemade.
We also have evidence to assert that the type of sarin used on August 21 was the same, only of higher concentration.”
Russia President Putin Head of Saudi Arabia Intelligence Prince Bandar bin Sultan.

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Saudi Arabia offers Russia secret oil deal if it drops Syria

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Yahya Ababneh journalist stating chemical weapons supplied by Head of Saudi Intelligence Prince Bandar bin Sultan has recently notified me that the Saudi embassy contacted him and threatened to end his career if he did a follow up story on who carried out the most recent chemical weapons attack and demanded that he stop doing media interviews in regards to the subject.

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Yahya Ababneh
Journalist stating chemical weapons supplied by head of Saudi intelligence Prince Bandar bin Sultan
Mint Press News Editor Mnar Muhawesh:
Yahya has recently notified me that the Saudi embassy contacted him and threatened to end his career if he did a follow up story on who carried out the most recent chemical weapons attack and demanded that he stop doing media interviews in regards to the subject.
Saudi Prince Bandar delivered Israel chemicals to Syria Terrorists.

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Al Qaeda leader US Aid tent.

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Sarin used not same as Sarin held by Syria government
Saudi Arabia threatens to end career of AP reporter

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Journalists threatened:
When Yahya had returned and shared the information with her, she stated that she confirmed with several colleagues and Jordanian government officials that the Saudis have been supplying rebels with chemical weapons, but as her email states, she says they refused to go on the record.
Gavlak wrote the article in it’s entirety as well as conducted the research. She filed her article on August 29th and was published on the same day.
Dale Gavlek.

Dale is under mounting pressure for writing this article by third parties.  She notified MintPress editors immense amounts of pressure were being placed on her over the chemical weapons article and were threatening to end her career over it.

She believes the pressure came from Saudi Intelligence Prince Bandar, who is alleged in the article of supplying the rebels with chemical weapons.

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Dale Gavlek
Dale is under mounting pressure for writing this article by third parties.
She notified MintPress editors and myself on August 30th and 31st via email and phone call, that third parties were placing immense amounts of pressure on her over the article and were threatening to end her career over it.
She went on to tell us that she believes this third party was under pressure from the head of the Saudi Intelligence Prince Bandar himself, who is alleged in the article of supplying the rebels with chemical weapons.
On August 30th, Dale asked MintPress to remove her name completely from the byline because she stated that her career and reputation was at risk.
She continued to say that these third parties were demanding her to disassociate herself from the article or these parties would end her career.
On August 31st, I notified Dale through email that I would add a clarification that she was the writer and researcher for the article and that Yahya was the reporter on the ground, but did let Gavlak know that we would not remove her name as this would violate the ethics of journalism.
We are aware of the tremendous pressure that Dale and some of our other journalists are facing as a result of this story, and we are under the same pressure as a result to discredit the story.
We are unwilling to succumb to those pressures for MintPress holds itself to the highest journalistic ethics and reporting standards.
Yahya has recently notified me that the Saudi embassy contacted him and threatened to end his career if he did a follow up story on who carried out the most recent chemical weapons attack and demanded that he stop doing media interviews in regards to the subject.
We hold Dale Gavlak in the highest esteem and sympathize with her for the pressure she is receiving, but removing her name from the story would not be honest journalism and therefore, as stated before, we are not willing to remove her name from the article.
We are prepared and may release all emails and communications made between MintPress and Dale Gavlak, and even Yahya to provide further evidence of what was provided to you in this statement.

Syrians In Ghouta Claim Saudi-Supplied Rebels Behind Chemical Attack
By Dale Gavlak and Yahya Ababneh
August 29, 2013
Rebels and local residents in Ghouta accuse Saudi Prince Bandar bin Sultan of providing chemical weapons to an al-Qaida linked rebel group.
Ghouta, Syria — As the machinery for a U.S.-led military intervention in Syria gathers pace following last week’s chemical weapons attack, the U.S. and its allies may be targeting the wrong culprit.
Interviews with people in Damascus and Ghouta, a suburb of the Syrian capital, where the humanitarian agency Doctors Without Borders said at least 355 people had died last week from what it believed to be a neurotoxic agent, appear to indicate as much.
The U.S., Britain, and France as well as the Arab League have accused the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad for carrying out the chemical weapons attack, which mainly targeted civilians.
U.S. warships are stationed in the Mediterranean Sea to launch military strikes against Syria in punishment for carrying out a massive chemical weapons attack.
The U.S. and others are not interested in examining any contrary evidence, with U.S Secretary of State John Kerry saying Monday that Assad’s guilt was “a judgment … already clear to the world.”
Chemical weapons via the Saudi intelligence chief Bandar bin Sultan
However, from numerous interviews with doctors, Ghouta residents, rebel fighters and their families, a different picture emerges.
Many believe that certain rebels received chemical weapons via the Saudi intelligence chief, Prince Bandar bin Sultan, and were responsible for carrying out the dealing gas attack.
“My son came to me two weeks ago asking what I thought the weapons were that he had been asked to carry,” said Abu Abdel-Moneim, the father of a rebel fighting to unseat Assad, who lives in Ghouta.
Abdel-Moneim said his son and 12 other rebels were killed inside of a tunnel used to store weapons provided by a Saudi militant, known as Abu Ayesha, who was leading a fighting battalion.
The father described the weapons as having a “tube-like structure” while others were like a “huge gas bottle.”
Ghouta townspeople said the rebels were using mosques and private houses to sleep while storing their weapons in tunnels.
Abdel-Moneim said his son and the others died during the chemical weapons attack.
That same day, the militant group Jabhat al-Nusra, which is linked to al-Qaida, announced that it would similarly attack civilians in the Assad regime’s heartland of Latakia on Syria’s western coast, in purported retaliation.
We never imagined they were chemical weapons
Complained a female fighter named ‘K.’:
“They didn’t tell us what these arms were or how to use them,”
We didn’t know they were chemical weapons.
We never imagined they were chemical weapons. When Saudi Prince Bandar gives such weapons to people, he must give them to those who know how to handle and use them.”
She, like other Syrians, do not want to use their full names for fear of retribution.
A well-known rebel leader in Ghouta named ‘J’ agreed:
“Jabhat al-Nusra militants do not cooperate with other rebels, except with fighting on the ground.
They do not share secret information.
They merely used some ordinary rebels to carry and operate this material.”
We were very curious about these arms.
And unfortunately, some of the fighters handled the weapons improperly and set off the explosions.”
Doctors who treated the chemical weapons attack victims cautioned interviewers to be careful about asking questions regarding who, exactly, was responsible for the deadly assault.
The humanitarian group Doctors Without Borders added that health workers aiding 3,600 patients also reported experiencing similar symptoms, including frothing at the mouth, respiratory distress, convulsions and blurry vision.
The group has not been able to independently verify the information.
More than a dozen rebels interviewed reported that their salaries came from the Saudi government.
People killed by opposition terrorist gas attack August 21, 2013 in eastern Ghouta possibly coordinated by the United States.

Several bodies being buried in a suburb of Damascus, Syria during a funeral on Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2013.

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Ghouta victims August 21, 2013
Saudi involvement
In a recent article for Business Insider, reporter Geoffrey Ingersoll highlighted Saudi Prince Bandar’s role in the two-and-a-half year Syrian civil war.
Many observers believe Bandar, with his close ties to Washington, has been at the very heart of the push for war by the U.S. against Assad.
Ingersoll referred to an article in the U.K.’s Daily Telegraph about secret Russian-Saudi talks alleging that Bandar offered Russian President Vladimir Putin cheap oil in exchange for dumping Assad.
Ingersoll wrote:
“Prince Bandar pledged to safeguard Russia’s naval base in Syria if the Assad regime is toppled, but he also hinted at Chechen terrorist attacks on Russia’s Winter Olympics in Sochi if there is no accord.
I can give you a guarantee to protect the Winter Olympics next year.
The Chechen groups that threaten the security of the games are controlled by us.”
Along with Saudi officials, the U.S. allegedly gave the Saudi intelligence chief the thumbs up to conduct these talks with Russia, which comes as no surprise.”
Bandar is American-educated, both military and collegiate, served as a highly influential Saudi Ambassador to the U.S., and the CIA totally loves this guy.”
According to U.K.’s Independent newspaper, it was Prince Bandar’s intelligence agency that first brought allegations of the use of sarin gas by the regime to the attention of Western allies in February.
The Wall Street Journal recently reported that the CIA realized Saudi Arabia was 'serious' about toppling Assad when the Saudi king named Prince Bandar to lead the effort.
Independent:
“They believed that Prince Bandar, a veteran of the diplomatic intrigues of Washington and the Arab world, could deliver what the CIA couldn’t: planeloads of money and arms, and, as one U.S. diplomat put it, wasta, Arabic for under-the-table clout.”
Bandar has been advancing Saudi Arabia’s top foreign policy goal, WSJ reported, of defeating Assad and his Iranian and Hezbollah allies.
To that aim, Bandar worked Washington to back a program to arm and train rebels out of a planned military base in Jordan.
The newspaper reports that he met with the 'uneasy Jordanians about such a base':
His meetings in Amman with Jordan’s King Abdullah sometimes ran to eight hours in a single sitting.
The king would joke: ‘Oh, Bandar’s coming again?   Let’s clear two days for the meeting.’”
Jordan’s financial dependence on Saudi Arabia may have given the Saudis strong leverage.
An operations center in Jordan started going online in the summer of 2012, including an airstrip and warehouses for arms.
Saudi-procured AK-47s and ammunition arrived, WSJ reported, citing Arab officials.
Although Saudi Arabia has officially maintained that it supported more moderate rebels, the newspaper reported that:
“Funds and arms were being funneled to radicals on the side, simply to counter the influence of rival Islamists backed by Qatar.”
But rebels interviewed said Prince Bandar is referred to as “al-Habib” or ‘the lover’ by al-Qaida militants fighting in Syria.
Peter Oborne, writing in the Daily Telegraph on Thursday, has issued a word of caution about Washington’s rush to punish the Assad regime with so-called ‘limited’ strikes not meant to overthrow the Syrian leader but diminish his capacity to use chemical weapons:
Consider this: the only beneficiaries from the atrocity were the rebels, previously losing the war, who now have Britain and America ready to intervene on their side.
While there seems to be little doubt that chemical weapons were used, there is doubt about who deployed them.
It is important to remember that Assad has been accused of using poison gas against civilians before.
But on that occasion, Carla del Ponte, a U.N. commissioner on Syria, concluded that the rebels, not Assad, were probably responsible.
Some information in this article could not be independently verified.
Dale Gavlak assisted in the research and writing process of this article, but was not on the ground in Syria.
Reporter Yahya Ababneh, with whom the report was written in collaboration, was the correspondent on the ground in Ghouta who spoke directly with the rebels, their family members, victims of the chemical weapons attacks and local residents.
Gavlak is a MintPress News Middle East correspondent who has been freelancing for the AP as a Amman, Jordan correspondent for nearly a decade.
This report is exclusive to MintPress News.
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Attack on Syria — September 15 - 30 2013
Traditionally the Democrats got more than 2/3rds of their campaign contributions that flow into US Federal elections from Israel and Israel supporters
Support for Israel is the condition for taking that money
The clean-break document proposed regime change in the Middle-Eastern countries essentially overthrowing all of these independent Middle-Eastern countries and imposing Imperial control
These people really do want to create Greater Israel from the Nile to the Euphrates
     How can US policy be against its own interests?       
     Israel gives stolan Golan Heights gas to Robert Murdoch     
      Israel lobby provides two-thirds of Democrat Budget      
Attack on Syria — September 1 - 15 2013
What is the World War 3 project? — Taking back our power and our lives — Get the picture — US UK France attack on Syria
Syria President al-Assad interview with Russia channel Rossiya — September 13, 2013
Obama on television — US fabrications of Syria government chemical attack and 9/11 — Operation Gladio
Dozen former U.S. military and intelligence officials:   CIA perpetrating pre-Iraq-War-type fraud
     Syrian President Bashar al-Assad — Charlie Rose CBS Interview — September 9, 2013       
     What's in it for you?     
      Europe Conspiracy continues      
Attack on Syria — 2016
Trump Expects to End US Aid to Syrian Rebels
This has been an ongoing problem for the US, with the Pentagon seeking to fight ISIS and the CIA and State Department seeking to shift the focus away from ISIS and toward regime change.
Weapons supplied by Obama and US to Al-Nusra rebels
Reem, a slim 13-year-old girl, lost her leg in a shelling while walking home from school several weeks ago.
     Map of Syria       
     One of the boys was torn apart     
      Brought to hospital with intestines hanging out.   
Attack on Syria 2015
State Dept. 'frankly doesn't know' legal authority behind US airstrikes supporting Syrian rebels
Juppé, Erdogan, Daesh and the PKK — Clinton and ethnic cleansing
Turkey participated in the operation of ethnic cleansing agreed by Hillary Clinton — the partition of Iraq and Syria, known as the Wright plan, the creation of a Kurdistan in Iraq and Syria.
U.S. Ethnic cleansing in Syria
Erdogan family within Daesh
Syrian rebels carried out Reyhanli bombings
The Liberation of Adra
Sources in the Syrian Government and the army put the proportion of foreigners amongst the armed gangs at between 70% and 85%, all funded and armed by several Gulf monarchies, in particular close Washington ally Saudi Arabia
And they killed everyone at the Adra Ummalia hospital where my sister works.
She stayed alive only because she didn't turn up for work that day."
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad — Charlie Rose Interview (full) — September 9, 2013
U.S. story on Syria chemical weapons
Dozen former U.S. military and intelligence officials telling President Obama they are picking up information that undercuts official U.S. story
In Wake of US-Israeli Attack on Syria, UN Reveals Terrorists Not Government Used Sarin Gas
Man Behind Syrian ‘Chemical Weapons’ Claim Is Fiction Writer Who Ran Benghazi Cover-Up
US-backed Takfiri terrorists in Syria behead Orthodox bishop and assistant
‘Syrians want to go on living in secular, tolerant state’
The people didn’t see Syria as perfect before the civil war, but it was a secular, tolerant state, which will be lost if Islamist rebels prevail.
Criminal drive to destroy secular Syria
Syria was secular and tolerant where no one cared if someone was Sunni or Shia or Christian or Jewish
Seeking any means possible to engage in war with Syria
BBC continuing with its anti-Syria propaganda
At least eight grad rockets have fallen on the Lebanese city of Baalbek in the northeast of the country
The Syria crisis began in March 2011, and many people, including large numbers of soldiers and security personnel, have been killed in the violence.
The Syrian government says that the chaos is being orchestrated from outside the country, and there are reports that a very large number of the militants are foreign nationals.
In an interview recently broadcast on Turkish television, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said that if the militants take power in Syria, they could destabilize the entire Middle East region for decades.
US to begin World War 3 starting in Syria
One has to ask quite seriously if Kerry and Obama are on mind-altering prescribed drugs
Americans for whatever Obama wants - Kickstarting World War III

US President Barack Obama trying to kill more people.

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Kickstarting World War III
Saudi Arabia intelligence chemical weapons use exposed in Syria 

New UN Commission of Inquiry (COI) Report on Syria is Biased and Selective.

Geneva – Syria’s Permanent Representative to the UN in Geneva, Dr. Faisal al-Hamwi slammed the new international Commission of Inquiry (COI) report on Syria as biased and selective.

”We have been presented today with a new draft resolution that is biased and selective, whose patrons have rebuffed every overture for cooperation and constructive contribution offered them by the delegations…a resolution that has overstepped the jurisdiction of the the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, the UN Security Council and a number of humanitarian organizations,” Dr. al-Hamwi said.

Delivering Syria’s statement before the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva on Friday during a session to discuss a COI draft resolution on Syria, al-Hamwi said that the draft resolution revolves around the international Commission of Inquiry which was illegally founded and “has been pursuing a policy of bias and disinformation for two years, depending on false testimonies and media outlets lacking in credibility.”

“The Commission has repeatedly stressed that it obtained information confirming the involvement of many sides in the crisis. Nonetheless, it continues to focus its campaign and accusations on the Syrian government and remains tight-lipped over the crimes of the prime instigators of killing in Syria, first and foremost, the US, Qatar, Turkey and Saudi Arabia.”

Dr. al-Hamwi added ”We have advised the Committee to maintain neutrality and impartiality. Nonetheless, it continues to gloss over the role of Turkey that has left 900 km of its borders open to tens of thousands of foreign mercenaries and al-Qaeda members to sneak into Syria and kill its people.”

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Saudi Arabia intelligence chemical weapons use exposed in Syria 

New UN Commission of Inquiry (COI) Report on Syria is Biased and Selective.

“The Commission is also providing a cover to Qatar that has disbursed billions of dollars to arm and train those mercenaries and, when realizing its failure, it embroiled Saudi Arabia in the mission,” Syria’s Permanent Representative to the UN in Geneva said.

Al-Hamwi regretted the about-face in the role of Saudi Arabia that has moved from pretending to be the mentor to publicly supporting killing, violence and destruction.

Al-Hamwi said that Syria has received the Commission’s chief in June 2012 in the hopes that dialogue with him will lead to establishing common ground ”but instead, he continued to show hostility towards the Syrian people through ignoring the role of terrorism supporters in his reports.”

“A month ago, we extended an invitation to the UN investigator Carla Del Ponte to visit Syria, but the Commission’s chief has prevented it, in what calls to mind his attitude regarding her brave statements last May when she pointed a finger at the armed terrorist groups in Syria for using sarin gas and how, having succumbed to pressure, he rushed to refute them.”

Al-Hamwi affirmed that Syria will not acknowledge any resolution that it is not consulted about and whose patrons refuse wise amendments to it by the other Council members ”and so will do about any resolution adopted by countries which believe they can buy conscience, votes and stances.”

”These countries are hypocrites when they feign sorrow for the suffering of the Syrian people as they are arming mercenaries and takfiris, and inciting foreign military intervention to destroy Syria,” Dr. al-Hamwi pointed out.

Syria reiterates that it is ready to cooperate with the Commission so long as it maintains neutrality and objectivity and makes public its information on the unethical role of the prime instigators of the killing and violence in Syria, al-Hamwi said.

He called on the Council’s member states to vote against the draft resolution ”to prove to their nations that they are taking a firm line against terrorism and its backers and that they are striving for constructive dialogue and genuine peace efforts.’‘

M. Ismael

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Saudi Arabia intelligence chemical weapons use exposed in Syria 

UNSC Resolution 2118 on Syria: In Response to False Flag Chemical Weapons Attack. US Backed Terrorists “Get Away with Mass Killing”

On September 27th, UNSC Resolution 2118 was unanimously adopted calling for the destruction of Syria’s chemical weapons.    All hailed the Resolution including the Syrian Ambassador to the United Nations, Bashar Jaafari.   Without a doubt, and thanks to Russian diplomatic efforts and Bashar al-Assad’s readiness to cooperate, direct military action against Syria was suspended.  Inarguably, when war is averted, there is cause for celebration.   And yet, it seems we can’t see the forest for the tree.

 There has been zero evidence that the Syrian government used chemical weapons on August 21s or at any other time.   While the UN inspectors report did confirm the use of chemical weapons, it was outside its mandate to determine who carried out the heinous crime. Western experts were quick to point to the trajectory of the rockets as evidence of Assad’s involvement conveniently leaving unmentioned the important possibility of mobile launching by non-government forces.

While there is no evidence (or motive) pointing to the Assad government,  there is little doubt among analysts that the rebels were responsible for the chemical attacks.

Colonel Wilkerson, a former high-ranking Bush era official has pointed to the possibility of a false flag operation by the Israelis.   Analysts are not alone.

For well over a year prior to the August 21 incident, Iranian officials had warned Washington  and voiced their concern that rebels had acquired chemical weapons. Turkey, Washington’s ally and culprit in the assault on Syria’s sovereignty, arrested rebels who possessed the nerve agent Sarin.  Most importantly, the US military claimed that the rebels had chemical weapons.  Russia claimed it had evidence that the rebels were responsible.   So what happened?

UNSC Resolution 2118 sent a loud and clear message.  Terrorist can get away with mass killing – even if they use chemical weapons.   The provision to safeguard against future use of chemical weapons is not without its irony:   “Underscores that no party in Syria should use, develop, produce, acquire, stockpile, retain, or transfer chemical weapons;”. 

Given that that in face of solid indication to the contrary, the Assad government was held responsible for the chemical attacks which resulted in the passing of UNSC 2118 – exonerating the culprits.   A new and dangerous precedent has been set amidst the sight of relief.

Soraya Sepahpour-Ulrich is an independent researcher and writer with a focus on U.S. foreign policy.

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Saudi Arabia intelligence chemical weapons use exposed in Syria 

UNSC Resolution 2118 on Syria: In Response to False Flag Chemical Weapons Attack. US Backed Terrorists “Get Away with Mass Killing”

On September 27th, UNSC Resolution 2118 was unanimously adopted calling for the destruction of Syria’s chemical weapons.    All hailed the Resolution including the Syrian Ambassador to the United Nations, Bashar Jaafari.   Without a doubt, and thanks to Russian diplomatic efforts and Bashar al-Assad’s readiness to cooperate, direct military action against Syria was suspended.  Inarguably, when war is averted, there is cause for celebration.   And yet, it seems we can’t see the forest for the tree.

 There has been zero evidence that the Syrian government used chemical weapons on August 21s or at any other time.   While the UN inspectors report did confirm the use of chemical weapons, it was outside its mandate to determine who carried out the heinous crime. Western experts were quick to point to the trajectory of the rockets as evidence of Assad’s involvement conveniently leaving unmentioned the important possibility of mobile launching by non-government forces.

While there is no evidence (or motive) pointing to the Assad government,  there is little doubt among analysts that the rebels were responsible for the chemical attacks.

Colonel Wilkerson, a former high-ranking Bush era official has pointed to the possibility of a false flag operation by the Israelis.   Analysts are not alone.

For well over a year prior to the August 21 incident, Iranian officials had warned Washington  and voiced their concern that rebels had acquired chemical weapons. Turkey, Washington’s ally and culprit in the assault on Syria’s sovereignty, arrested rebels who possessed the nerve agent Sarin.  Most importantly, the US military claimed that the rebels had chemical weapons.  Russia claimed it had evidence that the rebels were responsible.   So what happened?

UNSC Resolution 2118 sent a loud and clear message.  Terrorist can get away with mass killing – even if they use chemical weapons.   The provision to safeguard against future use of chemical weapons is not without its irony:   “Underscores that no party in Syria should use, develop, produce, acquire, stockpile, retain, or transfer chemical weapons;”. 

Given that that in face of solid indication to the contrary, the Assad government was held responsible for the chemical attacks which resulted in the passing of UNSC 2118 – exonerating the culprits.   A new and dangerous precedent has been set amidst the sight of relief.

Soraya Sepahpour-Ulrich is an independent researcher and writer with a focus on U.S. foreign policy.

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World of Pirates
World of Pirates - George Galloway.

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Pirates real — Pirates imaginary — Small pirates — Big pirates
In his magnificent work  City of God  Saint Augustine describes an encounter on the high seas between the so-called Alexander The Great, the Emperor of the whole world, and one small pirate ship.
Ordering the pirate ship to halt, Alexander demanded of the ship's captain:  "Halt!   How dare you terrorize these waters as a thief!"
The pirate captain, who must have had a bit of backbone, looked up — as he had to given the size of Alexander's flagship — looked up and said:   "How dare you terrorize the entire world!
Unspeakable grief and horror
                        ...and the circus of deception continues...
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