Foreign Policy magazine did an amazing bit of investigative reporting two weeks ago. They got the Obama administration to leak a classified cable—marked as “secret”—describing how Syrian dictator Bashar Assad had lobbed a chemical weapon on his own people in the city of Homs—murdering five and sickening dozens. They got the Obama administration to “anonymously” comment on the cable, giving extensive details about how the information was gathered, what group put together the information, and even pried from the mouth of the beast that the information came from a State Department-funded group called BASMA, which oddly doesn’t seem to exist. Also oddly, the mysterious chemical weapon canister that was lobbed into the city doesn’t seem to exist either.
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The article also has an amazing video compilation of Syrians supposedly choking on poison gas, choking on their vomit, breathing into respirators, and cursing that evil dictator Bashar Assad.
Foreign Policy magazine even despatched an army of reporters to Homs, interviewing victims and the doctors who treated the victims and were especially interested in a neurologist by the name of Dr. Nashwan Abu Abdo.
The good doctor did an extensive examination of the dead victims, especially taking body samples for evidence. Per the article:
The doctors on the scene said they were not able to pinpoint the poison because they lacked the advanced laboratory equipment needed. They took blood, hair, saliva, and urine samples, but those samples are no longer viable for testing because too much time has passed, they said.
Now, the attack is stated to have taken place on December 23, 2012. Twenty-three days later, on January 15, the Foreign Policy article was written. Anyone who has even a modicum of forensic knowledge knows that blood and urine will retain traces of poison for months if not years; and hair, when poison is ingested through the lungs, absorbed by the blood stream, and then passed into the hair, will retain the poison for literally centuries, assuming full decomposition hasn’t occurred. Many will remember Napoleon Bonaparte’s hair being tested for arsenic poisoning in 2008. So Foreign Policy’s quote that “samples are no longer viable for testing” is ludicrous.
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Lo and behold, on January 28, it was revealed through a huge document dump from a hacker based in Malaysia that the UK-based mega defense contractor Britam was approached about lobbing a chemical weapon in Homs, blaming it on Assad, and scapegoating the Russians for delivering the canister.
The plan was “approved by Washington.” Yes, that means Barack Obama was in on it.
Among the hacked Britam documents were copies of passports of the mercenaries who planned on carrying out the proposed attack; but the key document is an email between Britam director David Goulding and the company’s founder, Philip Doughty.
Phil, We’ve got a new offer. It’s about Syria again. Qataris propose an attractive deal and swear that the idea is approved by Washington. We’ll have to deliver a CW [chemical weapon] to Homs [city in western Syria], a Soviet origin g-shell [gas shell] from Libya similar to those that Assad should have. They want us to deploy our Ukrainian personnel that should speak Russian and make a video record. Frankly, I don’t think it’s a good idea but the sums proposed are enormous. Your opinion? Kind regards-David.
It appears that the idiocy of lobbing an Obama-approved chemical weapon on the Syrian people was too much even for our Commander-in-Chief; and a pseudo false flag was instead devised, as evidenced by the ludicrous statement in the Foreign Policy article that urine, blood, and hair samples couldn’t be tested for poison days after they were taken.