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The Truth About the Chemical Weapons Attacks in Syria

Selected Articles: The Truth About the Chemical Weapons Attacks in Syria

Criminal Media Messaging, Black Propaganda

By Mark Taliano, April 21, 2017

US-led NATO supports terrorists in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria. Same story. Corporate cartoon news amounts to war propaganda.

The West supports terrorism. Period.

The terrorists are proxies for the West.

Terrorism also includes illegal sanctions, and illegal bombing, and other genocidal strategies.

Chlorine, Not Sarin, Was Used In The Khan Sheikhun Incident

By Moon of Alabama, April 21, 2017

The OPCW did not conclude that a chemical attack occurred in Khan Sheikhun. It suggested nothing about the incident itself. It only talked about bio-medical samples of several persons – nothing more, nothing less. It also did not give any hint of how much exposure the persons in question received. Was it a minimal traceable amount that had no effect on them or did they die from it? The OPCW does not say.

Syria: Media Cover Up of Crimes Committed by US Backed Al Qaeda “Rebels”

By Whitney Webb, April 20, 2017

The media has worked to flip the narrative to glorify the rebels and frame any atrocities committed by them as having been perpetrated by the Syrian government. The BBC, Al Jazeera and CNN are the most prominent examples.

Fake News and False Flags against Syria: Why the Assad Government Most Likely Did Not Commit the Gas Attacks in Khan Shaykhun

By Gregor Flock, April 21, 2017

Former British Ambassador to Syria Peter Ford likewise states that it is “highly unlikely” (0:10) that either Syria or Russia were behind the gas attacks, also since “we know for a fact that the Jihadis were storing chemical weapons in schools in Eastern Aleppo, because these were seen later by Western journalists” (0:40).


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