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Obama Administration Denies AP Requests for Syria Evidence

Sunday, September 8, 2013 20:21
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Obama Administration Denies AP Requests for Syria Evidence 08 Sep 2013 The Associated Press ran a skeptical piece Sunday about the Obama administration’s public case for military intervention in Syria in response to a reported Aug. 21 chemical attack. The AP’s Zeina Karam and Kimberly Dozier wrote that “the U.S. government insists it has the intelligence to prove it, but the public has yet to see a single piece of concrete evidence produced by U.S. intelligence — no satellite imagery, no transcripts of Syrian military communications — connecting the government of President Bashar Assad to the alleged chemical weapons attack last month that killed hundreds of people.” The Obama administration has released videos to make its case, but the AP noted that its requests for additional evidence the government claims to possess have been denied.


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  • Paveway IV

    The blow-back from this failed false-flag will be devastating to the administration if Obama’s ‘Internet Videos’ are proven to actually show rebel kidnapping victims from nowhere near East Gouhla in Damascus.

    Potential sacrificial victims:

    - 150 Alawites in Latakia Province missing after the April al Nusra – al Qaeda attack (Alawite children have ligher hair)
    - 250 Kurds from north and northeastern Syria kidnapped by the FSA and turned over to al Qaeda this month and last.

    That adds up to 400 – the *original* number of victims as reported by Doctors without Borders. The U.S. media has repeatedly used 1200 or 1400 for a total count, but this isn’t possible considering the limited, shelled-out areas. Areas where most civilians fled months ago. The unsubstantiated ‘larger’ number is thought to cover up the suspicious initial report of 400 victims – which match the missing number of kidnapped women and children.

    There were scattered reports from both areas of people recognizing some of the ‘gas attack’ dead as their fellow residents, not unidentified Damascus residents from 200km away. The reason for so many women and children? The FSA and al Nusra execute all men of military age, but spare some women and children to use as bargaining chips for release of their captive fellow rebels. Alawites are the ‘wrong’ sect of islam, and Kurds are not ethnic Arabs – both are disposable humans to the rebel forces.

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