Chemical Weapons Attack In Syria Exposed As False Flag
The chemical weapons attack that killed 58 people in Syria appears to have been a false flag “media campaign” planned well in advance to oust President Assad.
So far, 58 people have been killed as a result of the deadly gas attack in the town of Khan Sheikhun on Tuesday morning. Just hours after the incident occurred, Western media outlets and governments were quick to condemn the Syrian government, claiming that the “Assad regime bears responsibility for ‘awful’ Syria ‘chemical’ attack.”
However, details about the attacks, as told by the White Helmets, appears to be full of holes.
As can be seen in the picture below, the Al-Qaeda affiliated White Helmets are handling the corpses of injured people without wearing proper safety gear.
35 ppl? Sarin? Bitch. Sarin’s a WMD, it kills thousands, if it was Sarin the first responders would also be dead. https://twitter.com/AAhronheim/status/849175047122104320 …
Within seconds of exposure to sarin, the gas aggressively targets the muscles and nervous system. There is an almost immediate release of the bowels and the bladder, and vomiting is induced. When sarin is used in a highly populated area, it usually leads to the deaths of thousands of people. So why are the White Helmets apparently handling bodies without any concern for their skin?
It also raises the question why a “doctor” in a hospital full of victims of sarin gas has the time to tweet and make video calls. This will probably be dismissed and forgotten however.
Terrorist Mohammed Alloush is not a gas expert, he is just one of the participants in the crime#Idlib #Syriahttps://twitter.com/maytham956/status/849235559117619201 …
It is known that about 250 people from Majdal and Khattab were kidnapped by Al-Qaeda terrorists last week. Local sources have claimed that many of those dead from the chemical weapons were those from Majdal and Khattab.
This would suggest that on the eve of upcoming peace negotiations, terrorist forces have once again created a false flag scenario. This bares resemblance to the Ghouta chemical weapons attack in 2013 where the Syrian Army was accused of using the weapons of mass destruction on the day that United Nations Weapon’s Inspectors arrived in Damascus.
Later, in a separate chemical weapon usage allegation, Carla del Ponte, a UN weapons inspector said that there was no evidence that the government had committed the atrocity. This had however not stopped the calls for intervention against the Syrian government, a hope that the militant forces wished to eventuate from their use of chemical weapons against civilians in Khan-al-Assal.
Therefore, it is completely unsurprising that Orient TV has already prepared a “media campaign” to cover the Russian and Syrian airstrikes in Hama countryside against terrorist forces, with the allegations that the airforces have been using chemical weapons. And most telling, there announcement of covering the use of chemical weapons by the Syrian government, hours before this allegation even emerged…….. Seems like someone forgot to tell him that it would not occur for a few more hours before his tweet.
Meanwhile, pick up trucks have been photographed around bodies of those killed. Again, it must be questioned why there are people around sarin gas without any protective gear, and not affected at all when it can begin attacking the body within seconds? Also, the pick up trucks remain consistent to what local sources have said that many of those dead were kidnapped by Al-Qaeda terrorists from pro-government towns in rural Hama.
Also, what is brought into question is where the location of the hose is coming from in the below picture, a dugout carved into the rock. This also suggests that the location is at a White Helmets base where there are dug out hiding spots carved into the mountainside and where they have easy access to equipment, as highlighted by Twitter user Ian Grant.
What I find intriguing is location: looks to be a storage site, not a residential area? Or were victims taken here? pic.twitter.com/U1WInC4zJf
In response to the allegations, the Syrian Arab Army soldiers in northern Hama denied the use of chemicals weapons today. This is consistent with the Russian Ministry of Defense who denied any involvement in the attack.
The army “has not and does not use them, not in the past and not in the future, because it does not have them in the first place,” a military source said.
And this of course begs the question. With the Syrian Army and its allies in a comfortable position in Syria, making advances across the country, and recovering lost points in rural Hama, why would they now resort to using chemical weapons? It is a very simple question with no clear answer. It defies any logic that on the eve of a Syria conference in Brussels and a week before peace negotiations are to resume, that the Syrian government would blatantly use chemical weapons. All evidence suggests this is another false chemical attack allegation made against the government as seen in the Khan-al-Assal 2013 attack where the terrorist groups hoped that former President Obama’s “red-line” would be crossed leading to US-intervention in Syria against the government.
Most telling however, is that most recent report shows that the government does not deny striking Khan Sheikhun. Al-Masdar’s Yusha Yuseef was informed by the Syrian Army that the air force targeted a missile factory in Khan Sheikoun, using Russian-manufactured Su-22 fighter jet to carry out the attack. Most importantly, the Su-22’s bombs are unique and cannot be filled with any chemical substances, which is different than bombs dropped from attack helicopters. Yuseef was then told that the Syrian Air Force did not know there were any chemical substances inside the missile factory in Khan Sheikhoun. It remains to be known whether there actually were chemicals in the missile factory targeted by the airstrikes, or whether the terrorist forces used gas on the kidnapped civilians from the pro-government towns and brought them in the lorry trucks to the site of the airstrikes. Whether they were gassed by the militant forces, or the airstrikes caused a chemical weapon factory to explode, the gruesome deaths of children, seen foaming in the mouth because of the gas, lays in the hands of the terrorists.
Therefore, it becomes evident that the area targeted was definitely a terrorist location, where it is known that the White Helmets share operation rooms with terrorist forces like Al-Qaeda as seen after the liberation of eastern Aleppo. Civilians and fighting forces, including Kurdish militias, have all claimed that militant groups that operate in Idlib, Hama and Aleppo countrysides, have used chemical weapons in the past. Therefore, before the war cries begin and the denouncement of the government from high officials in power positions begin, time must be given so that all evidence can emerge. However, this is an important factor that has never existed in the Syrian War, and the terrorist forces continue to hope that Western-intervention against the government will occur, at the cost of the lives of innocent civilians.
Idlib ‘Gas Attack’ is same old BS as before
[Editor’s note: The sense of Deja Vu is overwhelming, this story is a full repeat of the ‘Assad used poison gas on civilians in Ghouta’ fairytale of 2013.
VT has thoroughly debunked that story, we exposed the role of Israel, Turkey, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the Ukraine , the CIA and the Russian Mafia, all of whom had a hand in the supply of the gas to the Syrian ‘rebels’ who were the ones who used it on innocent Syrian civilians.
The story that blamed it on Assad came from the Syrian Human Rights Observatory, a one man disinfo op in the suburbs of Coventry, England run by Rami Abdul Rehman. Once again, as in 2013, it is the tubby little liar Rehman and his SHRO that is behind the lies, once again the ‘Assad did it’ meme is being used to hide the true guilty party – the ISIS and FSA mercenaries.
In 2014, Serena Shim stumbled upon a safehouse run by Jared Cohen and Google Idea Groups, a short distance from a border crossing into Syria between Hatay, Turkey and Aleppo province in Syria. In the safehouse were three Ukrainian secret service who had just buried a load of sarin gas shells from the Republic of Georgia. VT Bureau Chief and former US Army chemical weapons expert Jeffrey Silverman had followed the transit of these WMDs from Lugar Labs, a CIA facility near the Tblisi airport in Georgia. Silverman, working with TV network Russia24, VT and Russia Today, had exposed this facility, funded as a US Agricultural Research Station under the direct supervision of the US Army Biological and Chemical Warfare Facility at Fort Dietrich, Maryland.
After Shim broke this story on PressTV, Turkish president Erdogan asked US vice president Joseph Biden if Shim could be arrested for espionage – we can only imagine what Biden said, based on the clumsily-staged ‘accident’ leading to her death only a few days later. It is also believed that a CIA operative stationed in Libya under the cover of a refugee air worker who had befriended Shim was instrumental in her death. Shim’s death was a warning to other reporters not to tell the truth about these war crimes.
The chemical weapons used in the Ghouta war crime were trucked through Turkey to Gaziantep then taken from there to Aleppo by NGOs, hidden in ambulances or in trucks supposedly carrying relief aid.
The Russian Foreign Ministry has announced that the gas released in Idlib was the result of a Syrian airstrike on a terrorist missile factory. They mix the chemicals on site then put them inside old propane gas cylinders which they then fire into civilian areas using their crude mortars; the training to do this was supplied by Israel.
The Free Syrian Army specialised in using these mortars and they are a Turkish proxy, therefore I think we can reasonably assume that the people ultimately responsible for this war crime are the same people who were responsible for the 2013 gas attack in Ghouta. Ian]
Rocket hits hospital treating victims of Assad chemical attack on rebel-held Syrian town
By The Truth Seeker:
Does the media really think the public are such fools? Time and again we’ve seen reports from the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights that claim Syrian or Russian planes bombed Syrian civilians and repeatedly those reports have proven unfounded. Although often months and weeks later, too long for many to see a connection.
However, it’s little wonder that so many of the SOHR reports remain unsubstantiated. Because it’s run by one man, Rami Abdulrahman, from his home in Coventry, England.
Not having been back to his native Syria in more than 15-years has only added to suspicions that Abdulrahman is actually working for the British and Americans as a disinformation agent.
Still that hasn’t stopped him coming up with stories of how the Syrian Air Force bombed a funeral for children killed in air strikes. Or how Russian air strikes on Kashan in eastern Syria last year killed more than 60 civilians.
A common feature of Abdulrahman’s reports is how they consistently portray Syrian and/or Russian forces as killing civilians, especially children, without mentioning atrocities by Western backed militants.
Nor is it a surprise to find that the latest SOHR report comes with photos featuring the Syrian White Helmets, another highly suspect outfit.
Despite being feted by Hollywood, the Syrian White Helmets were originally founded by ex-British military officer James Le Mesurier. According to Vanessa Beeley:
Le Mesurier, who graduated from Britain’s elite Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst, is said to be an ‘ex’ British military intelligence officer involved in a number of other NATO ‘humanitarian intervention’ theatres of war, including Bosnia, Kosovo and Iraq, as well as postings in Lebanon and Palestine. He also boasts a series of high-profile posts at the UN, EU, and UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Not to mention his connections back to the infamous Blackwater (Academi).
With such a pedigree there’s good reason to suspect that the following report is disinformation. Yet the Mail carries SOHR claims without question; making it complicit in publicizing what is essentially disinformation. Ed.
No Evidence That Khan Sheikhoun Gas Attack Resulted From Aerial Bombardment
By Fort Russ:
According to the unverified rumours, spreading in the corporate press, a a poisonous gas attack was carried out in the Syrian village of Khan Sheikhoun, located in Idleb province. Dozens of civilians are said to be killed, with Syrian and Russian air force units being named as the main suspects, despite no evidence.
The affected area is otherwise under complete control of the terrorist groups whose positions are occasionally being targeted by the Russian and Syrian Air Force.
The news of the incident were allegedly forwarded by the controversial White Helmets and the Syrian Observatory for Human Right. Both NGOs are notorious for their association with the terrorist groups.
Meanwhile, the unconfirmed reports have already triggered international response.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, commented on the news, peddled by representatives of the jihadist groups on Twitter, by saying “the shocking images that are being shared on social networks must shake the conscience of every human being”, adding that “Israel strongly condemns the use of chemical weapons, especially against civilians.”
The Israeli Minister of Internal Affairs, Aryeh Deri, also responded to the rumours of the jihadists and the associated images, by saying “Israel, the only superpower and democracy in the region, must lead the world to put an end to the horrible massacres in Syria. “
The correspondent of the TV channel Orient News, known for being associated with the terrorist groups, Al Nusra Front including, yesterday announced on this Twitter page that “Tomorrow is the start of a new media campaign to cover the intensified number of air strikes, launched in the northern countryside of Hama, and the use of poisonous chlorine gas against civilians. “
The village of Khan Shaikhoun itself is located on the administrative border between the provinces of Hama and Idlib.
The notorious organisation White Helmets published photo and video material, claiming that gas attack caused deaths of more than 50 civilians, mostly adolescents due to suffocation from chemical substances that were “fired from the air”, while blaming the Russian and Syrian Air Force. However, it failed to provide evidence that the gas attack was the result of an aerial bombardment.
In the meantime, the Turkish government closed the Bab Al Hama border crossing, thus refusing ambulances, coming from the direction of Khan Sheikhoun, to enter Turkish territory.
The Russian and Syrian governments have since denied the accusations of being involved in Khan Sheikhoun gas attack, assuring that none of their fighter jets, carrying chemical agents, participated in assaults on Khan Sheikoun. In addition, the Syrian side also confirmed that Syrian Army does not possess any form of chemical weapons.
The controversial rumours, surrounding the events in Khan Sheikhoun, come right in time when the Syrian Army is achieving significant victories against the terrorists in the Northern countryside of Hama, namely Al Nusra Front which started its large-scale offensive right after the beginning of the fifth round of talks in Geneva on settlement of the Syrian crisis in the last week of March.