|Photos, videos and eye witness reports from eastern Damascus seem to allow but one conclusion: it is highly likely that internationally outlawed chemical weapons, possibly sarin, were used in attacks in Syria.|
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When the alleged chemical attack on Damascus was reported on August 21, 2013, I asked then “Why would the Syrian government use chemical weapons on it’s own people a few miles from the capitol’s footsteps?”
In the same article I used the letter from General Dempsey to Rep Engel (D) NY, a dual Israeli-American citizen, dated August 19, 2013 to argue the fact Syria wouldn’t use, much less never needed to use chemicals of any kind on its own people let alone the terrorists and mercenaries. You see, up until the 21st, the Syrian Army was kicking ass and routing the thugs out of their country through conventional warfare.
Naturally, I along with the awakened world community was asking – if Syria had no logical motive to inflict such a despicable heinous act of cowardice, then it must have been the Qatari/Saudi Arabia/Turkey/Israel paid for terrorists and mercenaries. But then as the events began to unfold what became extremely curious was, why in the world would the US government, a government that has starved the domestic front for 10 years to fight a nebulous war on terror, all of a sudden flip their support from fighting Al Queda terrorists to using Al Queda’s manufactured information accusing the Assad government as the perpetrator to substantiate an US attack on Syria?
What in the world is going on? It makes no sense. Totally illogical and well, just plain stupid.
Cobbling together the last week’s curious news reports
General Dempsey in a response to a letter from Rep Engel dated August 19 stated an attack on Syria “… would not be militarily decisive, but it would commit us decisively to the conflict.”
Then, out of the blue, an alleged chemical attack was being reported on August 21 out of Damascus placing the blame on the Assad government.
If that wasn’t enough to make your head spin, on the morning of August 26, five days after the chemical attack in Syria, a rather queer report was published detailing Holder’s DOJ requesting the court to give immunity for war crimes to Bush Jr., Cheney, Rumsfeld, Wolfowitz, Powell, and Rice. Why all of a sudden would Holder, of all people, file such a request now?
If that wasn’t odd enough, on the morning of August 27 another queer report pops up out of nowhere. This one is from the esteemed Foreign Policy news service titled “CIA files show America Helped Saddam Hussein as He Gassed Iran” and his own people . We learn -
It has been previously reported that the United States provided tactical intelligence to Iraq at the same time that officials suspected Saddam would use chemical weapons. But the CIA documents, which sat almost entirely unnoticed in a trove of declassified material at the National Archives in College Park, Md., combined with exclusive interviews with former intelligence officials, reveal new details about the depth of the United States’ knowledge of how and when Iraq employed the deadly agents. They show that senior U.S. officials were being regularly informed about the scale of the nerve gas attacks. They are tantamount to an official American admission of complicity in some of the most gruesome chemical weapons attacks ever launched.
Top CIA officials, including the Director of Central Intelligence William Casey, a close friend of President Ronald Reagan, were told about the location of Iraqi chemical weapons assembly plants; that Iraq was desperately trying to make enough mustard agent to keep up with frontline demand from its forces; that Iraq was about to buy equipment from Italy to help speed up production of chemical-packed artillery rounds and bombs; and that Iraq could also use nerve agents on Iranian troops and possibly civilians.
Officials were also warned that Iran might launch retaliatory attacks against U.S. interests in the Middle East, including terrorist strikes, if it believed the United States was complicit in Iraq’s chemical warfare campaign. (emphasis added throughout)
Sadly, the US government was complicit in not only supplying illegal chemicals of mass destruction to Saddam, but the US government provided strategic coordinates of where Iranian soldiers were located on the battlefield using American satellite imagery.
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