Russian 100 page UN report, September 5, 2013, Syrian rebels responsible for sarin gas attack in March, Khan al Asal near Aleppo, Scientific detail lacking in US intelligence

Russian 100 page UN report, September 5, 2013, Syrian rebels responsible for sarin gas attack in March, Khan al Asal near Aleppo, Scientific detail lacking in US intelligence

“I do not believe John Kerry is fit to be commander in chief of the armed forces of the United States. This is not a political issue. It is a matter of his judgement, truthfulness, reliability, loyalty, and trust–all absolute tenets of command.”…REAR ADMIRAL ROY F. HOFFMAN, USN (RETIRED)

“Testimony from victims strongly suggests it was the rebels, not the Syrian government, that used Sarin nerve gas during a recent incident in the revolution-wracked nation, a senior U.N. diplomat said Monday.

Carla del Ponte, a member of the U.N. Independent International Commission of Inquiry on Syria, told Swiss TV there were “strong, concrete suspicions but not yet incontrovertible proof,” that rebels seeking to oust Syrian strongman Bashar al-Assad had used the nerve agent.

But she said her panel had not yet seen any evidence of Syrian government forces using chemical weapons, according to the BBC, but she added that more investigation was needed.”…Washington Times, May 6, 2013

“And if all others accepted the lie which the Party imposed
–if all records told the same tale–then the lie passed into
history and became truth. “Who controls the past,” ran the
Party slogan, “controls the future: who controls the present
controls the past.”…George Orwell, “1984″



From The Blaze September 5, 2013.

“Russia has delivered a 100-page report to the United Nations that claims Syrian rebels are responsible for a sarin gas attack in March 2013 — an overlooked incident, it says, in the wake the alleged sarin attack in August that the United States and other nations say the Syrian government is behind, McClatchy news reports.

According to a statement posted to the Russian Foreign Ministry’s site late Wednesday, the March 19, incident in Khan al Asal, a town outside the city of Aleppo, was the reason U.N. investigators were in Syria when the Aug. 21 attack took place.

“Unfortunately, that investigation still essentially has not begun,” the statement said.

In addition, the Russian report on the March attack — in which 26 people died and 86 were injured — says it contains scientific detail that’s lacking in the much-shorter intelligence summaries the United States, Britain, and France delivered as evidence that the Syrian government launched chemical weapons against Damascus suburbs on Aug. 21.

The Russian report, apparently delivered to the U.N. in July but not released, asserts that each of the three nations’ summaries regarding the August attack relies primarily on circumstantial evidence to make its case, and details in each report differ, most notably the number of people who died.

More from McClatchy:

Russia said its investigation of the March 19 incident was conducted under strict protocols established by the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, the international agency that governs adherence to treaties prohibiting the use of chemical weapons. It said samples that Russian technicians had collected had been sent to OPCW-certified laboratories in Europe.

The Russian statement warned the United States and its allies not to conduct a military strike against Syria until the United Nations had completed a similarly detailed scientific study into the Aug. 21 attack. It warned that what it called the current “hysteria” about a possible military strike in the West was similar to the false claims and poor intelligence that preceded the United States invasion of Iraq.

“The Russian report is specific,” the ministry statement said. “It is a scientific and technical document.””

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18 responses to “Russian 100 page UN report, September 5, 2013, Syrian rebels responsible for sarin gas attack in March, Khan al Asal near Aleppo, Scientific detail lacking in US intelligence

  1. It is being reported that Putin says he will put in place a missile shield in Syria if the U.S. attacks without U.N. approval. Then what?

  2. cabbyaz…
    you just ask, ‘Then what?”,


  3. Subject: Reason for a Syrian Strike

    Why Syria …. this question could be because of Obamas Alliance with Khalid Al-Mansour .
    This is why the Natural Born Citizen Clause is so Important .
    Syrian War is a Saudi Intelligence Operation
    Reason for a Syrian Strike !!!!

  4. n3angus……..Re 6:06PM
    The reason is primary…..the US is the only country on earth who can militarily kick Assad’s a$$, and WIN.

  5. our military has become Soetoro’s GOON SQUAD. Whenever the MUSLIM FREAK is wanting something he gets in touch with his SAUDI BENEFACTORS. Who are PAYING for the services of Soetoro’s GOONS.

  6. Kerry is the CHIMPANSZEE in the room, and Soetoro is his TRAINER. LIAR LIAR PANTS ON FIRE! HAR HAR “oooo”……”.oooo”……”oooo”.!

  7. ……….I don’t believe that it will be much longer until we see MASS DESERTION of military personell. Once it begins they will have a hell of a time trying to turn it around. Will the military,and Msssssssssss.Lind lock up all of our military services? I believe that she is an extremely “CLOSE” friend to MSSSSSSSSSSSS.Feinstein.

  8. New Mexico Man Labels Outhouse “Obama’s Presidential Library”!!

  9. What’s My Line? Is Flip-Flopping Obama REALLY A President?

    Disavowing his own “red line” ultimatum on Syria, Obama destroys the “credibility” his supporters have been scrambling to protect. Crazy! Enjoy Norvell’s take on this foolishness.

  10. Breaking over at Ulsterman:

    Grayson, of all people; even barky’s minions are turning against him. It took a long time, but sometimes even moonbats see the light eventually..

  11. oldsailor81
    I think I found an answer so Obama can save face.
    Yes, go ahead and drop bombs, but on the Syrian rebels.
    and clean this mess up!

  12. Been awhile since I commented here. As some may know, I’ve tried to point out Obama’s pro-Iran stance. Iran supports Assad. So how is it Obama would want to support the rebels?

    Fact is, he doesn’t. He only supported them, as Iran did, against Egypt’s Mubarak and Libya’s Gaddafi. He does not support them against Syria’s Assad. That is because Syria is an Iran surrogate state, the leadership being Shiite.

    Supporting the jihadist rebels against Egypt and Libya but not Syria appears to be a contradiction. What is good for Egypt and Libya would be good for Syria, right? That is what Hillary Clinton believed and now McCain and Graham, etc. So how is Obama has to appear to be consistent.

    He comes down hard on the chemical issue, threatening military action, but knows that Congress will ultimately squelch the idea. Then he is off the hook. Syria can keep its pro-Iran Shiite leadership in tact and Obama can appear to have been consistent in supporting the “moderate” rebels.

    This also takes attention away from Egypt’s throwing out the Muslim Brotherhood and the Benghazi affair, which involved smuggling arms to the rebels in Syria. Obama didn’t like that, so Ambassador Stevens had to go.

    Sometimes it is hard to connect the dots. And sometimes it is not wanting to see what is right before our eyes.

  13. One more thing: Taking attention away from Egypt is to avoid press on the trials scheduled for some of the Muslim Brotherhood. This is because it is planned by the new Egyptian leadership to release information showing how Obama covertly gave large sums of money to the Brotherhood. McCain and Graham went to Egypt to try and negotiate release of these Brotherhood jihadists scheduled for trial. This was at Obama’s request. What does that say of McCain and Graham?

    To me it spells CIA. Obama is CIA. The CIA paid for his Columbia education. He worked for BIC, a CIA front. The CIA has been calling the shots in our country for a long time. Question is, who is running the CIA?

  14. September 6, 2013

    “Martin Bashir Slams Sheriff Joe & Rep. Yoho; Can’t Handle Obama ID Fraud Issue”
    “Seizethecarp: The Washington Post’s Jonathan Capehart and The Huffington Post’s Ryan Grim discuss why Rep. Ted Yoho, R-Florida, will admit his Birtherism to voters, but not on-camera…

    (video transcript) Bashir @1:44: I’d have more respect for these guys if they actually had the courage of their disgusting convictions…a man who thinks it’s impressive to join an idiot like Sheriff Joe Arpaio?

    Ryan Grim @2:10: This is what you get when you have representative democracy tilted by Gerrymandering…because there are, you know, millions of people out there who don’t think that the president is legitimate…think he was born in Africa or Asia or somewhere or wherever. They’re certain there is just no way this guy can actually be our president and, lo and behold, they actually have some representation in the House.”

  15. Victims Fight Back: 2 Gunmen Terribly Beaten In Failed Robbery Attempt

  16. Syrian Woman Blasts McCain’s Support Of’ Al-Qaeda At Town Hall

  17. Florida Congressman Not Sure Obama is American

  18. New Mexico Man Labels Outhouse “Obama’s Presidential Library”

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