Ten Chemical Weapons Attacks Washington Doesn’t Want You to Talk About

Another piece from Global Research showing that America does not have the moral authority to condemn any chemical weapon attacks by Syria or anyone else, and she and her allies have also used them against civilians. Two of the claims are rather shaky. David Koresh at Waco was a cult leader, and so not entirely innocent himself in the holocaust at Waco. Furthermore, the atomic bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki aren’t, as Global Research themselves admit, chemical weapons. Nevertheless, the article makes several very, very good points. It presents more information about US actions in Iraq not commonly known in the West. Did you know that US troops used white phosphorous, a truly horrific incendiary, in Fallujah in 2004? I didn’t.

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Ten Chemical Weapons Attacks Washington Doesn’t Want You to Talk About.

After reading the above report from Global Research(especially the section refering to US government experiments on African Americans) if you  think that no British government would behave in this way…then read the links below.

Our own government carried out military research at Porton Down with chemical agents, including sarin gas, on unsuspecting volunteer servicemen…as recently as 1983.

Porton Down was also involved in developing biological weapons and these were also in 200 experiments on an unsuspecting British public between 1949 and 1979.

So whose ‘red line’ was Obama on about, again?





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