Posts Tagged ‘foreign aggression’

PRINCE BANDAR AND GEORGE BUSH 2

 

“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… More than a dozen rebels interviewed reported that their salaries came from the Saudi government.” (MUST READ Mint Press report)

 

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Corbett Report sums up the Syria debacle:

 

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For actual debate on the Syria catastrophe you might want to go to Australia instead.

 

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Globalresearch:

Materials Implicating Syrian Government in Chemical Attack Prepared Before Incident – Russia

Moscow continues to monitor closely the event surrounding the“alleged” chemical attack near Damascus, Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman, Aleksandr Lukashevich, said in a statement.

“We’re getting more new evidence that this criminal act was of a provocative nature,” he stressed. “In particular, there are reports circulating on the Internet, in particular that the materials of the incident and accusations against government troops had been posted for several hours before the so-called attack. Thus, it was a pre-planned action.”

The Damascus chemical attack accusations indicate the launch of “another anti-Syrian propaganda wave” and, in this context, the calls on the UN Security Council to immediately use force in Syria “heard from some EU capitals” are “unacceptable”, Lukashevich said.

Washington’s favorite terrorists are likely behind this latest massacre, again.   Previously the UN found that “opposition” insurgents had used gas in Syria, and other members of the Syrian “opposition” were arrested in Turkey in possession of Sarin nerve gas.  This transparent false flag provocation has failed repeatedly, and yet civilians keep dying by the hundreds in this foreign-sponsored pet project of Washington, London, Paris, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, et al.

 

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