Here are more examples of US bungles in the war in
On Saturday, Cyber War News released a cache of e-mails allegedly hacked by someone in
from a British private defense contractor called Britam Defence. Malaysia
One of the e-mails contains a discussion between Britam’s Business Development Director David Goulding and Philip Doughty, company founder. In the exchange, it’s revealed that there is a plan to unleash chemical weapons in
Syria in order to blame it on the Bashar Al Assad regime to justify a direct intervention by and NATO forces in the country’s civil war. The plan, thought up by the government of U.S. Qatar according to the e-mail, is “approved by .” Washington
We’ve got a new offer. It’s about
again. Qataris propose an attractive deal and swear that the idea is approved by Syria . Washington
We’ll have to deliver a CW (chemical weapon) to
Homs, a Soviet origin g-shell from similar to those that Assad should have. Libya
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?
If this e-mail is authentic, it would confirm what has been reported in the past: that the al-Qaida connected Syrian rebels are planning to unleash chemical weapons as a false flag.
In June, Russia Today reported that Syrian rebels had acquired gas masks and chemical weapons from
and “allegedly plan to use it against civilians and pin the atrocity on the Bashar al-Assad regime.” Libya
A Saudi company had further allegedly fitted 1,400 ambulances with a filtering system to protect passengers from gas and chemicals after Syrian rebels launch a chemical weapons attack using mortar rounds, all at the cost of $97,000 each. These ambulances, labeled with “Syrian People’s Relief,” would actually be carrying
and NATO troops. According to Paul Joseph Watson: U.S.
The attack, which will involve the use of white phosphorus, sarin and mustard gas, will be launched on a heavily populated town near the Syria/Jordan border, possibly Daraa, after which the vehicles will pour in under the cover of humanitarian aid.