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Kerry – The Inconvenient Truth
Back in August of this year, Secretary of State John Kerry says U.S. intelligence has convincing evidence the Syrian government was responsible for a deadly chemical weapons attack on its own people, including the locations from which rockets carrying the gas were launched, the time of the launches and the targets of the attack. “We know rockets came only from regime-controlled areas, and went only to opposition-controlled or contested neighborhoods,” he added in a news conference from the State Department Friday, while making the administration’s case for a possible military strike on Syria.
Secretary of State John Kerry says U.S. intelligence has convincing evidence the Syrian government was responsible for a deadly chemical weapons attack on its own people, including the locations from which rockets carrying the gas were launched, the time of the launches and the targets of the attack.
“We know rockets came only from regime-controlled areas, and went only to opposition-controlled or contested neighborhoods,” he added in a news conference from the State Department Friday, while making the administration’s case for a possible military strike on Syria.
However, Kerry did not provide any actual evidence backing up those assertions.
He did say the U.S. administration has released an unclassified report on the attack.
Kerry maintained, “Its findings are as clear as they are compelling. I’m not asking you to take my word for it. Read for yourself, everyone, those listening, all of you, read for yourselves the evidence from thousands of sources, evidence that is already publicly available.”
However, the document the State Department released does not show any actual evidence to support the administration’s accusation that Syria launched a chemical attack on its own people on Aug. 21.
Further evidence demonstrating establishment control of corporate media
Seymour Hersh – (Photo: Institute for Policy Studies)
The establishment media ignored Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Seymour Hersh’s latest article indicating al-Nusra was behind sarin attacks in Syria.
Al-Nusra is a brutal Sunni jihadist mercenary group linked to al-Qaeda. It is micromanaged by the CIA and financed by fossilized monarchies in Saudi Arabia and Qatar.
Although Hersh is a freelance journalist, his articles have consistently appeared in The New Yorker. He told The Huffington Post “there was little interest” for the story at The New Yorker. Hersh then took the story to the Washington Post, but the newspaper decided not to publish it.
The New Yorker and the Washington Post did not respond to media inquiries asking for an explanation, BuzzFeed reported on Sunday. Hersh’s story, Whose Sarin?, eventually found its way to the London Review of Books.
Hersh’s inability to get the story published provides further evidence revealing establishment control of the corporate media and its dictation of information to be made public.
The Sarin Gas Pretext
The Obama administration seized upon a poison gas attack in the suburbs of Damascus as evidence the al-Assad regime had used chemical weapons on Syrian civilians. In September, Obama delivered an address stating “we know the Assad regime was responsible” for the attack. The president said if the United States failed to act, “these weapons could threaten allies like Turkey, Jordan and Israel.”
Two days later, on September 10, Obama postponed a strike on Syria in response to its alleged but unsubstantiated use of chemicals weapons. According to the New York Times, Obama faced “implacable opposition to a strike against Syria in Congress and throughout the country.”
The hype surrounding Syria’s chemical weapons ignored an earlier report stating that Turkish officials had discovered caches of deadly sarin gas in the homes of al-Nusra mercenaries. According to reports, the group planned to use the gas in an attack in the southern Turkish city of Adana.
On September 14, WorldNetDaily reported that Turkish anti-terror police seized a two-kilogram cylinder of sarin gas from members of al-Nusra on the Syrian border. The National Ground Intelligence Center report leaked to media states that al-Qaeda in Iraq produced a “kitchen variety” sarin gas and shipped it to the al-Nusra Front in Syria.
The Pentagon has admitted al-Qaeda in Iraq was part of a military psychological operation. “An internal document produced by U.S. military headquarters in Iraq, states that ‘the Zarqawi PSYOP program is the most successful information campaign to date,’” the Washington Post reported on April 10, 2006. The mysterious and elusive Abu Musab al-Zarqawi was billed as a terrorist mastermind. He was allegedly killed in the Sulaimaniyah mountains of northern Iraq by the U.S. military.
Senior U.S. military officials agreed with the conclusions of Dr. Yossef Bodansky, a top terrorism expert, who said the sarin taken from al-Nusra by the Turks was the same variety used in the chemical attacks outside of Damascus.
“We regret to inform you that some of our former co-workers are telling us, categorically, that contrary to the claims of your administration, the most reliable intelligence shows that Bashar al-Assad was NOT responsible for the chemical incident that killed and injured Syrian civilians on August 21,” a dozen former U.S. military officials said in a letter sent to Obama.
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