Western rationality, by Thierry Meyssan http://www.voltairenet.org/article180149.html
You liked the Gulf of Tonkin incident and the Vietnam War, the Kuwaiti
incubators and the first Gulf War, the Racak massacre and the war in
Kosovo, Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction and the second Gulf War and
the threats to Benghazi and the Libyan war? You will just love the
gassing of civilians in Ghouta and the bombing of Syria....All observers have noted the high proportion of children among the
victims. The United States has counted 426, or more than a third. Some
observers, but neither those of the US nor their French counterparts,
were intrigued to find that victims were almost all of the same age and
they had no families to cry over them. Stranger still, the gas would
have killed children and adult men, but would have spared women.The wide distribution of satellite channel images of victims allowed
Alawite families near Latakia to recognize their children who had been
abducted two weeks prior by the "rebels." This identification was long
in coming because there are few survivors of the massacre by the allies
of the United States, the United Kingdom and France in loyalist villages
where more than a thousand bodies of civilians were discovered in mass
graves.Americans, British and French agree that the victims were killed by
nerve gas that could be sarin or contain sarin. They claim to base their
findings on their own analysis, carried out in their laboratories on
samples collected by each of their services. However, the UN inspectors,
who came on site to collect other samples will give their verdict in a
dozen days. Indeed, the analyzes carried out by the Americans, British
and French are unknown to the world scientific community for whom
culturing tissue samples requires a much longer period.
Though it is clear that the children died of chemical poisoning, it
is not at all certain that they were gassed. The videos show that the
dying produce a white foam while sarin causes yellow emissions.
The three Western powers also agreed to attribute the responsibility
for this event to various extents to the Syrian Arab army. The U.S.
Director of Intelligence says that its services observed the Syrian
military, during the previous four days, mixing chemicals. The chairman
of the British Intelligence Committee, Jon Day, assures that the Syrian
Arab army is not at its first attempt and has used gas 14 times since
2012  that is to say as many cases as reports of the use of chemical weapons by the United States during the Second Gulf War.The revelations of the US, British and French services are
corroborated by a telephone interception. According to this narrative, a
senior official of Syrian defense would have made a panicked call to
the head of the chemical gases unit about the massacre. However, the
interception was not made by the Americans, British or French, but was
provided by Unit 8200 of the Israeli Mossad .
In summary, US, British and French services are 100% certain that the Syrian Arab army gassed an unknown number of civilians:
1. For this they would have used a new kind of old sarin gas that does not affect women.
2. For four days, the United States observed the preparing of the crime without intervening.
The day before use, the magic gas killed children who were kidnapped by
jihadists two weeks earlier and more than 200 miles away.
4. These events are known through authentic films made and sometimes posted in advance on YouTube.
5. They are confirmed by a telephone interception produced by the Israeli enemy.
6. Western secret services have a secret method for identifying sarin gas without having to culture human tissue.
As it would be the fifteenth such operation, the "régime" would have
crossed a "red line " and should be "punished" by bombing it to deprive
it of its means of defense.
In international law, war propaganda is the most serious crime because it makes all other crimes possible.
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