April 18, 2017
Government, silent weapons system
biological warfare, chemical warfare, chemical weapons, conventional weapons, Dr Jane M Orient, false flags, Government, government propaganda, silent weapons
Contributor & author: Jane M. Orient, M.D., Executive Director of Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS)
- One may ask how to draw a red line between chemical agents that poison and burn and chemical agents that explode? The latter, called “conventional” weapons, kill by tearing people apart or setting fires. Is this a more humane death?
- Then there are the methods used by Assad’s enemies: burning children alive, running over them with a truck, crucifying them, or beheading them. And there are the true weapons of mass destruction: biological agents (which have a doubling time instead of a half life) and nuclear weapons.
- Chemical Weaponry is not the Demon that must be slain at any cost. It is one of a legion of horrors called War.
April 18th, 2017
Syrian President Bashar al Assad is being read out of the human race, and the Trump Administration seems to have done a 180-degree turn on the necessity for “regime change” in Syria because Assad used horrible, horrible! weapons against civilians, including helpless little babies.
A journalist might ordinarily assert the word “allegedly” before the charges—if for no other reason that while no one thinks Assad is good, some might think he is not that stupid. But he has already been tried and convicted, by the media and the government. That’s the infallible tribunal that sequentially declared that Iraq had chemical weapons, then didn’t (might they have shipped them to Syria?), and that the Syrian regime had disposed of theirs, but now had used them to kill their own babies.
Chemical weapons seem to be in a class by themselves: the ultimately gruesome way to die. Their use crosses the final Red Line to a heinous crime against humanity, and is a violation of international law. Of course, we don’t always do much about it. More
September 4, 2013
Constitution, depleted uranium, DOMESTIC TERRORISM
chemical weapons, depleted uranium, District of Criminals, national security, Syria, US bioweapons labs, war, white phosphorus weapons
Marti Oakley (c) copyright 2013 All rights reserved
You won’t hear anyone say the word, war.
This parsing of words, this come-to-be expected word weaseling is nothing new. Kerry, Dempsey, the President and every Senator never uttered the word “war” which would require the consent of congress to wage. The refraining from using this word and instead referring to the war plans for Syria as a “strike, intervention or action”, is what the President is relying on to by-pass congress and the Constitution. As long as no one dares call it a war, there appears to be no need for the President to get congress’s consent.
As the country rises up and resoundingly rejects any action of any kind in Syria, the propaganda is running knee deep in the District of Criminals. Because of the decades long stream of what has turned out to be faulty “intelligence”, outright lies about whatever fictional threat they were using to to attack another nation in order to seize their assets (oil) and to depose one government after another only to install a government more to our liking, we are faced with another needless war.
The US Senate is meeting and discussing how and why they intend to start another senseless war, this time in Syria. The pretentiousness of these discussions borders on the absurd and is an insult to the intelligence of America. Continually citing “intelligence”, human, satellite and other methods of spying, Senator’s Menendez and Corker are followed by the new Secretary of State, John Kerry, among others. Each of them attempting to somehow tie the civil war in Syria to the national security of the United States. This will last for hours of course, due to the fact that there is no connection. This makes the argument particularly tedious.
Among the weakest arguments heard over the last several days; “It would make us appear weak”. Well now, if ever there was an argument for bombing and terrorizing another nation on the other side of the globe, it would have to be our big giant national ego. Apparently, our government believes that the Syrian people are not terrorized quite enough as a result of internal turmoil and the proper response to this would be to create more turmoil, more terror and to destroy everything in sight along with “collateral” damage. This means men, women AND children will be unilaterally harmed or killed by our actions.
Supposedly vast intelligence exists to indicate that a chemical attack actually took place. This intelligence came from the same sources who supplied the intelligence for the Iraq war. You remember…….the evidence that never was?
Collateral damage in Syria is said to be deemed to be “low” in this instance. So,.. what? So are we going to accept 5,000 men, women and children being killed by us? 10,000? 20,000? What’s the magic number?
IF I understand this correctly, gassing people is a big problem, but blowing them up along with their entire community so that you can overthrow their government and seize their national assets, is not. More