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The Syraqi Civil War thread

Setantawatchl

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Anyone who still thinks that the White Helmets are some angelic group who help humanity is severely deluded and needs help
Who thinks that? Not many I'd wager, if at all.
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Maxflinn uses one of their quotes in a montage he just reposted, I presume you're referring to him
 
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President Assad would be quite correct in preparing for chemical attack from Western backed terrorists. The West has been trying to implicate President Assad for some time now by blaming him for attacks set up by the West's very own proxy death squads. But anyone with their heads screwed on knows the slippery game Western pryomaniacs are up to.
 
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Anyone who still thinks that the White Helmets are some angelic group who help humanity is severely deluded and needs help
Yeah, anyone with even a cursory familiarity with the Syrian invasion knows that the primary purpose of the "White Helmets" is that it serves as propaganda outfit in the information war against the legitimate Syrian government. Anyone that doesn't get this is either a moron or a liar.
 

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Yeah, anyone with even a cursory familiarity with the Syrian invasion knows that the primary purpose of the "White Helmets" is that it serves as propaganda outfit in the information war against the legitimate Syrian government. Anyone that doesn't get this is either a moron or a liar.
You are as bad as the Kalipa
Who on this site supports or believes the white helmets?
The Maxflinn liked your post after reposting a tweet quoting the white helmets??
 
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President Assad would be quite correct in preparing for chemical attack from Western backed terrorists. The West has been trying to implicate President Assad for some time now by blaming him for attacks set up by the West's very own proxy death squads. But anyone with their heads screwed on knows the slippery game Western pryomaniacs are up to.

NOW MATTIS ADMITS THERE WAS NO EVIDENCE ASSAD USED POISON GAS ON HIS PEOPLE

BY IAN WILKIE ON 2/8/18 AT 11:44 AM

Lost in the hyper-politicized hullabaloo surrounding the Nunes Memorandum and the Steele Dossier was the striking statement by Secretary of Defense James Mattis that the U.S. has “no evidence” that the Syrian government used the banned nerve agent Sarin against its own people.
This assertion flies in the face of the White House (NSC) Memorandum which was rapidly produced and declassified to justify an American Tomahawk missile strike against the Shayrat airbase in Syria.
Mattis offered no temporal qualifications, which means that both the 2017 event in Khan Sheikhoun and the 2013 tragedy in Ghouta are unsolved cases in the eyes of the Defense Department and Defense Intelligence Agency.

Mattis went on to acknowledge that “aid groups and others” had provided evidence and reports but stopped short of naming President Assad as the culprit.
There were casualties from organophosphate poisoning in both cases; that much is certain. But America has accused Assad of direct responsibility for Sarin attacks and even blamed Russia for culpability in the Khan Sheikhoun tragedy.
Now its own military boss has said on the record that we have no evidence to support this conclusion. In so doing, Mattis tacitly impugned the interventionists who were responsible for pushing the “Assad is guilty” narrative twice without sufficient supporting evidence, at least in the eyes of the Pentagon.

This dissonance between the White House and the Department of Defense is especially troubling when viewed against the chorus of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) experts who have been questioning the (Obama and Trump) White House narratives concerning chemical weapons in Syria since practically the moment these “Assad-ordered events” occurred.

Serious, experienced chemical weapons experts and investigators such as Hans Blix, Scott Ritter, Gareth Porter and Theodore Postol have all cast doubt on “official” American narratives regarding President Assad employing Sarin.
These analysts have all focused on the technical aspects of the two attacks and found them not to be consistent with the use of nation-state quality Sarin munitions.
The 2013 Ghouta event, for example, employed home-made rockets of the type favored by insurgents. The White House Memorandum on Khan Sheikhoun seemed to rely heavily on testimony from the Syrian White Helmets who were filmed at the scene having contact with supposed Sarin-tainted casualties and not suffering any ill effects.
Likewise, these same actors were filmed wearing chemical weapons training suits around the supposed “point of impact” in Khan Sheikhoun, something which makes their testimony (and samples) highly suspect. A training suit offers no protection at all, and these people would all be dead if they had come into contact with real military-grade Sarin.

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Now Mattis admits there was no evidence Assad used poison gas on his people
 

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Who thinks that? Not many I'd wager, if at all.
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Maxflinn uses one of their quotes in a montage he just reposted, I presume you're referring to him

Well the EU fund them so I imagine they still believe it.
As do USAID, who gave them over 30 million.
Wonder where that money ended up.
Wouldn't be surprised if IrishAid threw them a few shekels as well.
 

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Well the EU fund them so I imagine they still believe it.
As do USAID, who gave them over 30 million.
Wonder where that money ended up.
Wouldn't be surprised if IrishAid threw them a few shekels as well.
Nothing would surprise me where the EU or LeftAid throw their money
 

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Great to see the US finally giving their friends, the Kurds, a massive dig out.:smiley:

The only language that the Syrian, Russian, Iranian ( and Turkish ) savages understand
is the use of force.:cool:
 

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Great to see the US finally giving their friends, the Kurds, a massive dig out.:smiley:

The only language that the Syrian, Russian, Iranian ( and Turkish ) savages understand
is the use of force.:cool:
This post reads like something a racist, illiterate redneck hillbilly would write.
All those nationalities have a higher literacy rate than the citizens of the good ole USof A .