I believe this is a false flag attack.
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The content in the article doesn't seem too unlikely.According to Infowars.com, the December 25 email was sent from Britam's Business Development Director David Goulding to company founder Philip Doughty.
I am concluding that the Saudis and Qatari are backing the rebels. By means of passing gas is hard to say. If anybody wants some boring testimony it's right out in the open. From the sounds of it the US is relying on Saudi intelligence.
This was exposed this a while ago. Only problem is it was uncovered by the Syrian government. So it has a "whoever smellt it dealt it" issue in regards to credibility.
The UN began to collect testimony that the rebels have been using sarin gas.
Turkish police found sarin in the possession of Syrian rebels.
I'm really shocked at how openly ignored all of this evidence has been. This is no longer just some Alex Jones shit.
So according to a New York Times journalist who was just on the Colbert Report, Obama doesn't want to do anything to remove Assad from power, he just wants to bomb a few targets as a token gesture of punishment for the use of chemical weapons. It wouldn't change the status quo and sounds completely useless.
I wonder if this pathetic strategy has more to do with Obama's hesitance to get involved in a Middle East conflict, or how much it has to do with his hesitance to get into another conflict with Russia.
I have no idea what conclusion to draw. The motivations are very strange for all parties involved.
I know Al Qaeda's objective is to draw us into the middle east.
There's also this. Didn't make sense then and it doesn't make sense now.
coincidentally I will be in Washington DC in a couple weeks. That wasn't in my itinerary, but now it is. I don't care if I have to picket alone in the rain.
I think the sign should say "FUCK YOU NEOCON" Nothing clever just the truth about how I feel.
Another question is, how long will it take before both sides wind down and start considering peace negotiations? Are either sides any where near that?
Here's an interesting read: http://www.foreignpolicy.com/article...rikes?page=0,0
Last edited by TASmith; September 6th, 2013 at 12:37 PM.
Thanks for the recommendations. The Smithsonian was always first on the to do list.
I might do some cast studies at the Korean war memorial too.