Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Ayssar Midani Syrian Activist: Satellite imagery proves Syrian chemical weapons attack staged by rebels

Corbett Report : Ayssar Midani, a French Syrian citizen and political activist, joins us from Damascus to talk about the latest developments in Syria. We talk about the history of the terrorist jihadi insurgency in the country and their prior use of chemical weapons, the latest attack and claims of satellite evidence proving that the attack was not launched by government officials, and the likely consequences of a US-led strike on the country

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Rather than attacking Syria directly the U.S. and NATO have been running a proxy war by arming and funding the Syrian rebels (aka the FSA) funneling these resources through their allies in the region.

To obscure the source of this support Qatar has been used to purchase weapons from countries like Sudan and then route them to Syria via Turkey.

Qatar is a close military ally of the U.S. They provided tank support in the Gulf war of 1991 and Qatar served as the US Central Command headquarters during the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003.

Fast forward to January of 2013 when it was revealed that emails and a large quantity of sensitive documents from Britam Defence a, UK-based military contractor, were leaked by a hacker.

These documents exposed a proposal coming from Qatar to launch false flag chemical weapons attacks in Syria and blame it on the Syrian government.

According to the documents the plan had the full support of Washington and enormous sums of money had been offered to for the project.

“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 to Homs, a Soviet origin g-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


The person sending the email was David Goulding, the managing director of Britam, the addressee was Phillip Doughty Dynamic Director and founder of Britam Defence.

By accessing the servers the hacker was able to obtain scans of Doughty’s passport, resume as well as the passports of the Ukranian operatives that the email suggested should be used to carry out the attack.

The leak also included hundreds of other documents containing detailed financial and operational information for Britam Defence, including scores of signed contracts weekly assessments and incident reports for projects in multiple countries. Among these were details regarding a contract with Saudi Arabia to help prepare their forces for a war with Iran. The leaks also depicted a tight business relationship with the infamous war profiteer Haliburton.

The documents acquired by this hacker were not easy to come by, most of the places where they were uploaded were taken down very quickly without explanation. However we managed to get the files and we’ve spent some time analyzing them. After investing this time it’s very clear to us that they are real. But don’t take my word for it. Just take a look in the description for the download link and go verify for yourself.

This leak was never mentioned by the mainstream media at all in the United States or Europe, and there was no investigation whatsoever even though what was being discussed here was clearly plans to commit a war crime. Three months passed and on March 19th sarin gas was used in Syria near Aleppo. Israel and the U.S. promptly blamed the Syrian government for the attacks even though many of those who were killed were Syrian government soldiers.

Obama began talking about the event as a red line that had been crossed and the war mongers began their saber rattling in ernest.

However the U.N. insisted on investigating the issue themselves, and on May 6th, 2013 UN investigator, Carla Del Ponte, went public stating that evidence from their investigation indicated that it was Syrian rebels that had used the sarin gas and that there was no indication that the Syrian government had launched any chemical attacks whatsoever


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