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The Syrian government has asked UN Inspectors to investigate 3 new chemical attacks by Rebel Forces.

That is the rebel forces not the Syrian Government. Course this makes perfect sense.

Think about it?

Why would Syria’s President Assad invite UN Weapons Inspectors in and then launch a chemical attack against the rebels…  And then deny doing it?

He wouldn’t. That would be totally nonfuckingsensical.

Yet the MSM, the UK and the US government’s are saying that he has.


Well, it is like I said. Their Corporate Masters want to rape Syria for all its worth.

Look at the evidence.


Invaded because they were harbouring Osama Bin Laden.

They wasn’t.

The UK & US then extended the reason to stay because of  Heroin Trafficking.

There is far more Heroin pouring out of the country than ever before. Only difference is, the UK and US governments now benefit from the trade.

Are the Afghan people better off?



Invaded because of Osama Bin Laden and the threat to our countries because of Saddam Hussein’s WMD.

Bin Laden wasn’t there. Hussein had no WMD.

Blair & Bush were subsequently convicted of being war criminals.

Are the Iraqi people better off?

No. Iraq is now the most dangerous place in the world to live.


The exact same situation as Syria.

The Libyan Rebels were backed by the UK and US governments.

Libya had some of the best infrastructure in the Middle East. Its Citizens enjoyed some of the best standards of living in the Middle East.

The country now lies in ruins and is far more violent than it has ever been.

Are the Libyans better off?


So Cameron has now been forced to step back.


He knows because the UK and US government provided the rebels with the capability to launch the chemical attack.

You don’t think that the rebels found these chemical weapons on the street corner do you?

The Chinese and Russians certainly didnt provide them.


The following is from the Telegraph – an MSM newspaper run by MI5.

The US and Britain blame President Bashar al-Assad’s military for using chemical weapons against a suburb of Damascus, leaving at least 355 people dead.

Attempts by the regime to accuse rebel fighters were undermined by photographs taken at the scene, showing rockets apparently used to deliver the chemical agents, which are thought to be unavailable to the poorly-armed opposition.

However, in an interview with The Daily Telegraph, Bashar Ja’afari made the outlandish claim that David Cameron’s government had in fact supplied Syrian opposition forces with the necessary arms in an attempt to fool the world.

“The delivery system was offered by Britain,” said Mr Ja’afari, who described the attack as a “heinous crime” committed by “terrorists”.

Asked to confirm he meant the rockets had indeed been supplied by the UK, he said: “Absolutely — to drag western powers into this war… Syria is a victim of foreign interference in our domestic affairs.”


And that is from an MI5 controlled MSM newspaper, so imagine the real truth.

And, what about this from the Daily Mail in January of this year:

Leaked emails have allegedly proved that the White House gave the green light to a chemical weapons attack in Syria that could be blamed on Assad’s regime and in turn, spur international military action in the devastated country.

You can find a Cached copy confirming that the US government and as such the UK govt) were complicit in this attack by clicking HERE



Make no mistake. They have not called this wrong. They have known the truth all along.

They are Liars, they are cheats and they are perverted madmen… OUR PRIME MINISTER & THE US PRESIDENT ARE THE SCUM OF THE EARTH.

They want hanging. They are war criminals. They are abhorrent. THEY ARE FUCKING MONSTERS AND WE SHOULD NOT BE ALLOWING THEM TO LEAD US TO ARMAGEDDON.

Come on people.

Do you think that once it is proved that the rebels launched the chemical attacks, the UK and US will give President Assad and his English wife their full backing?

Will they fuck.

Get the pair of dangerous cunts out now… They were not elected for this shit.



Syria asks UN to immediately investigate 3 new ‘chemical attacks’ by rebels

Published time: August 28, 2013 16:18
Edited time: August 29, 2013 04:55

Reuters/Abo Alnour Alhaji Reuters/Abo Alnour Alhaji

The Syrian government is demanding that the United Nations immediately investigate three alleged chemical attacks carried out by rebel groups on the outskirts of Damascus last week, Syria’s envoy to the UN said.

Ambassador Bashar Jaafari said he had requested of UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon that the team of experts currently in Damascus investigating an alleged use of chemical weapons last week also investigate these other attacks.

The attacks took place on August 22, 24 and 25 in Jobar, Sahnaya, and al-Bahariya, Jaafari told journalists Wednesday. The “militants” used toxic chemical gas against the Syrian army, the diplomat said.

“We are asking UN to incorporate 3 more locations where the Syrian soldiers inhaled the nerve gas also in the suburbs of Damascus. So the spectrum of investigation is increasing compared to the initial phase of investigation,” Jaafari said.

Jaafari spoke shortly after an informal meeting of the UN Security Council, where its five permanent members discussed the UK’s proposed draft resolution. The text blames Assad’s government for an alleged chemical attack on August 21, and demands a swift response.

There is no consensus in the Council on any draft of the resolution, whether it is British or French or American… because members of the Council do not believe the authenticity of the accusations provided by this delegation or that delegation,” the Syrian diplomat said.

Jaafari also accused the US, UK and France of being “part of the problem,” rather than “a solution to the crisis.” These Western states are providing “armed terrorists groups” in Syria with weapons and all kinds of logistical support, he stated.


Syrian Ambassador to the United Nations Bashar Jaafari addresses the media at the United Nations Headquarters in New York August 28, 2013 (Reuters / Brendan McDermid)Syrian Ambassador to the United Nations Bashar Jaafari addresses the media at the United Nations Headquarters in New York August 28, 2013 (Reuters / Brendan McDermid)


Following the alleged chemical weapons attack on March 19 in Khan al-Assal near Aleppo, which killed over 30 people, the Syrian government asked the UN chief for assistance in investigating the attack and identifying who was behind it, Jaafari said.

But Ban Ki-moon, “his experts in the department of disarmament, as well as the three Western delegations in the Council, objected to the second part of our request,” he said. “They objected to our request to identify who did it from day one, because they knew who did it in Khan al-Assal.”

The diplomat said that, even though “everyone agreed” that the March 19 attack involved chemical weapons, the UK, the US and France did not submit any draft resolutions to the UN Security Council then.

They did not raise a finger in the media to say that what happened in Khan al-Assal was wrong,” Jaafari said.

After the incident near Aleppo, the UN set up a fact-finding mission. The investigation, however, got stalled as a group of Western countries insisted on a more thorough inquiry, which would also look into alleged chemical weapons use in Homs in December 2012. The rebel groups insisted that Assad’s forces were responsible for that attack. The investigators also required access to Syrian military installations, which the UN said Damascus denied them access to. In addition, the UN excluded Russian and Chinese experts from the investigation team, and Syria protested this decision.

Moscow repeatedly called on its partners not to delay the investigation and not to draw any conclusions before the findings were complete. However, some Western states – mainly the US and the UK – claimed that “limited but persuasive information” allegedly proved “with varying degrees of confidence” the Assad’s forces were behind the use of chemical weapons.

The Syrian government is against the use of chemical weapons by all means,” Jaafari said on Wednesday, adding that the government wants those behind such attacks in the country to be held accountable.

We want the investigation team currently present on Syrian soil to continue investigating this crime and to come up with a scientific report to be examined by the Security Council members,” he told journalists.

The UN team is currently working at the site of the alleged August 21 attack in a suburb of Damascus. According to Ban Ki-moon, they are expected to finish their investigation in four days, then the results will be sent to the Security Council.  The experts have collected samples and interviewed victims and witnesses, the Secretary General told reporters in The Hague on Wednesday.

The team needs time to do its job,” he pointed out.

However, the US, the UK and France continue pushing for a response to the Syrian chemical attack. American State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf said on Wednesday that the US will not let Syria “hide behind” the Russian veto in the UN Security Council against military intervention.



Syrian rebels used Sarin nerve gas, not Assad’s regime: U.N. official

Testimony from victims strongly suggests it was the rebels, not the Syrian government, that used Sarin nerve gas during a recent incident in the revolution-wracked nation, a senior U.N. diplomat said Monday.

Carla del Ponte, a member of the U.N. Independent International Commission of Inquiry on Syria, told Swiss TV there were “strong, concrete suspicions but not yet incontrovertible proof,” that rebels seeking to oust Syrian strongman Bashar al-Assad had used the nerve agent.

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But she said her panel had not yet seen any evidence of Syrian government forces using chemical weapons, according to the BBC, but she added that more investigation was needed.

Damascus has recently facing growing Western accusations that its forces used such weapons, which President Obama has described as crossing a red line. But Ms. del Ponte’s remarks may serve to shift the focus of international concern.

Ms. del Ponte, who in 1999 was appointed to head the U.N. war crimes tribunals for Yugoslavia and Rwanda, has sometimes been a controversial figure. She was removed from her Rwanda post by the U.N. Security Council in 2003, but she continued as the chief prosecutor for the Yugoslav tribunal until 2008.

Ms. del Ponte, a former Swiss prosecutor and attorney general, told Swiss TV: “Our investigators have been in neighboring countries interviewing victims, doctors and field hospitals. According to their report of last week, which I have seen, there are strong, concrete suspicions but not yet incontrovertible proof of the use of sarin gas, from the way the victims were treated.”

She gave no further details, the BBC said.

The UN Independent International Commission of Inquiry on Syria was established in August 2011 to examine alleged violations of human rights in the Syrian conflict which started in March that year.

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It is due to issue its next report to the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva in June.

Rebel Free Syrian Army spokesman Louay Almokdad denied that rebels had use chemical weapons.

“In any case, we don’t have the mechanism to launch these kinds of weapons, which would need missiles that can carry chemical warheads, and we in the FSA do not possess these kind of capabilities,” Mr. Almokdad told CNN.

“More importantly, we do not aspire to have (chemical weapons) because we view our battle with the regime as a battle for the establishment of a free democratic state. … We want to build a free democratic state that recognizes and abides by all international accords and agreements — and chemical and biological warfare is something forbidden legally and internationally.”

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