Possible Implications of Faulty US Technical Intelligence in the Damascus Nerve Agent Attack of August 21, 2013

An M.I.T professor has proven that the alleged use of rocket-propelled sarin gas was not fired from a Damascus; this contradicts John Kerry’s story and the U.S. government’s intelligence information. He literally proved them wrong.

 

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sam j. haim
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Hello Mr. Ziad,

Greetings to u. I hope this comment gets to you. Secretary Kerry holding press conference today on Syria on 1.16.14.

@mpoppel: Kerry to make statement on Syria at 1:30 pm ET

Ziad, Don’t forget to put your picture up on the blog site. How about a picture of you from 1973 while in uniform? Say hello to Frosty for me. take care.

sam

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Michael Vartanian
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You should use fsa rats as a tag

Fadi
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you got it

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“i think we fvcked up,you got any gold?” Q: What did one zio-lab rat say to the other? A: I’ve got my american politicians so well trained that every time I push the buzzer, they brings me a war.
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your mothers c%@t stinks

CHEVI789
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I think one more rude comment like that and you should be banned, there is no reason to attack ones mother regardless.

jo6pac
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No more gov. grants for mit.

dudleydoright911
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Fascinating analysis from someone with some actual credentials. Like this is a surprise, but it is good to see a mainstream source let this fly, months after the reporting of syrper and the like who have the testicular fortitude and humanity to tell the truth. I recall seeing the compromised shill brown ( underwear ) Moses and his scintillating analysis using google images, his own imagination while high on ayahuasca imported fresh from Peru, and guilted into lying by the benefactors who pay his rent “proving” the SAA or NDF used it. This and other reports lay bare the bogus… Read more »
Robert Ken Francis
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This is important. It means the rush to war was YET AGAIN based on “faulty” intelligence. Note that the “intelligence” was never verified. You would think that would be important in a diplomatic crisis of this magnitude.
What this means is simple. It’s another Gulf of Tonkin lie meant to inflame the public to war. This was an intentional lie, period.

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Al-Qaeda Leaks II: Baghdadi Loses His Shadow

Twitter user @wikibaghdady, who has been exposing the roots of the bloody confrontation between jihadi groups in Syria, has more to reveal. Al-Akhbar publishes the second installment of Twitter leaks, though it has not been possible to independently verify the information.

The jihadi infighting continues, widening the rift among “comrades-in-jihad.” All attempts at mediation have failed, and the once-cold war between al-Nusra Front and the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has descended into a full-fledged conflict over control of the “Islamic emirate of Syria and Iraq.”

http://english.al-akhbar.com/content/al-qaeda-leaks-ii-baghdadi-loses-his-shadow

Shin
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Good to see the accusations scientifically ripped to shreds however those with a brain or a soul already knew the truth.

I can’t wait to hear the US approach to Geneva now.

Best wishes to SAA and their friends in Syria

Bob Jackson
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Shades of Archibald Cox in Watergate. Piece by piece, Lloyd and Postol are building a powerful indictment which could well put the North Atlantic Zionist Organisation’s leadership behind bars. Here’s a conservative, Richard Fernandez, developing their original article last September, when authorship of the attack was still in question: http://pjmedia.com/richardfernandez/2013/09/08/advances-in-malice/ The interesting thing about the chemical weapons allegedly employed by the Syrian government against civilians, as described in a report of Richard Lloyd of Tesla Laboratories and Theodore Postol of MIT is how successful their users have been at creating a new niche. The chemical weapons examined were much more… Read more »