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- CIA helped Iraq use chemical weapons on Iran

Publicerad den 26 aug 2013
According to declassified CIA documents, US intelligence officials disclosed the location of Iranian troops to Iraq knowing that Saddam Hussein would use chemical weapons against them back in the 1980s.

- According to the new revelation from Foreign Policy Magazine, not only did they the US provide the location, but were aware of the scale of nerve gas attacks. 

Former CIA analyst Ray McGovern weighs in on the report and explains how America's intervention changed history.

Chemical weapons employed by Saddam Hussein killed and injured numerous Iranians, and possibly Iraqis. According to Iraqi documents, assistance in developing chemical weapons was obtained from firms in many countries, including the United States, West Germany, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and France.[53]

- About 100,000 Iranian soldiers were victims of Iraq's chemical attacks. 

Many were hit by mustard gas. The official estimate does not include the civilian population contaminated in bordering towns or the children and relatives of veterans, many of whom have developed blood, lung and skin complications, according to the Organization for Veterans. Nerve gas agents killed about 20,000 Iranian soldiers immediately, according to official reports. Of the 80,000 survivors, some 5,000 seek medical treatment regularly and about 1,000 are still hospitalized with severe, chronic conditions.[54][55][56]

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RT 2013-05-30
Turkiska säkerhetsstyrkor
har beslagtagit en 2-kilos cylinder med det kemiska stridsmedlet Sarin under husrannsakan av olika militanta islamister, som ingår i den syriska al-Qaida-länkade terror-organisationen, AL-Nusra Front. 

Al-Nusra är de en av de Syriska s.k. "rebellenas" mest framgångsrika enhetet i kriget mot al-Assad. Sarin-gasen skulle användas i en bomb för ett attentat mot mål i den Turkiska staden Adana, enligt uppgifter till RT.

* al-Qaida-grenen AL-Nusra, har tidigare stämplats av USA som en terrororganisation men används och beväpnas i hemlighet av bl.a. CIA och ett antal västländer i Syrienkonflikten.

Hemliga vapenleveranser till islamister sker under överseende
och i samarbete med samma länder som under 70 och 80-talet utrustade Bin Laden och hans grupp av Mujahedins med vapen för att kriga mot Sovjetunionen i Afghanistan. Detta skedde då inom ramarna för det s.k. "kalla kriget" som pågick mellan stormakterna.

Syrien - 2013-05-30:
CIA:s al-Qaida-länkade legoknektar - planerade terrorattentat med stridsgasen Sarin

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The U.S., Britain and Israel have Used Chemical Weapons within the Last 10 Years

August 27, 2013
Those Condemning Syria Have Themselves Recently Used Chemical Weapons
We condemn all use of chemical weapons.
But the U.S. used chemical weapons against civilians in Iraq in 2004. Evidence here, here, here, here, here, here.
Israeli also used white phosphorous in 2009 during “Operation Cast Lead” (and perhaps subsequently).  Israel ratified Protocol III of Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons (“Protocol III”) – which outlaws the use of incendiary devices in war – in 2007. So this was a war crime.
Moreover, the 1925 Geneva Protocol (which is different from Protocol III) prohibits “the use in war of asphyxiating, poisonous or other gases”.
The use of White phosphorus (“WP”) may also be a war crime under other international treaties and domestic U.S. laws. For example, the Battle Book, published by the U.S. Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, contains the following sentence: “It is against the law of land warfare to employ WP against personnel targets.”
Indeed, it is interesting to note that the U.S. previously called white phosphorous a chemical weapon when Saddam used it against the Kurds.  Interestingly, it has just come out that the U.S. encouraged Saddam’s use of chemical weapons.
Moreover, the U.S. and Britain have been dropping depleted uranium in virtually every country they fight, which causes severe health problems. See this, this, this and this.
University of California at Irvine professor of Middle Eastern history Mark LeVine writes:
Not only did the US aid the use of chemical weapons by the former Iraqi government, it also used chemical weapons on a large scale during its 1991 and 2003 invasions of Iraq, in the form of depleted-uranium (DU) ammunition. As Dahr Jamail’s reporting for Al Jazeera has shown, the use of DU by the US and UK has very likely been the cause not only of many cases of Gulf War Syndrome suffered by Iraq war veterans, but also of thousands of instances of birth defects, cancer and other diseases – causing a “large-scale public health disaster” and the “highest rate of genetic damage in any population ever studied” – suffered by Iraqis in areas subjected to frequent and intense attacks by US and allied occupation forces.
And Israel has been accused of using depleted uranium in Syria.
Two wrongs don’t make a right.  But it is hypocritical for the U.S., Britain and Israel to say that we should bomb Syria because the government allegedly used chemical weapons.

11 kommentarer:

  1. -Syria charade: West bent on war, UN investigation meaningless-

    August 26

    There is no evidence that the Syrian government ordered the massacre with chemical weapons, but the West will blame it anyway because they want war, investigative journalist Neil Clark told RT.

    RT: As we can see the US, Britain, France and Turkey are all waiting on options in Syria. How ready are they to move from words to action at this point?

    Neil Clark: They are really bent on war and whatever the UN inspectors do this week won’t matter because it is a replay of 2003 when Saddam Hussein was bullied into allowing weapons inspection teams into Iraq. They went in there, they found no weapons, and yet we still had the war. In fact, they launched the war before the weapons inspection team could finish their job. It is a very similar scenario now in Syria.

    What we are going to see this week is a charade. We are going to see these inspection teams going to this site and whatever they do the Syrian government will be blamed for [it]. The US has made it quite clear and William Hague has made that quite clear.

    They will blame the Syrian government whatever the evidence or lack of evidence. There is no evidence that the Syrian government ordered this massacre with chemical weapons, they still are going to blame them because they want war.[...]


  2. http://rt.com/op-edge/us-syria-chemical-attack-974/




  3. -Hysteria around chemical attack suits those who want military intervention in Syria - Lavrov-

    RT August 26

    Following last week’s chemical attack, the West has engineered a media campaign to facilitate a military incursion, says Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. The minister also cast doubts on the veracity of US and European claims about the incident.

    “Official Washington, London and Paris say they have incontrovertible evidence that the Syrian government is behind the chemical attack in Damascus, but they have not yet presented this evidence. Yet, they keep saying that the ‘red line’ has been crossed,” Lavrov said during an emergency press conference in Moscow.

    “Now, we are hearing calls for a military campaign against Bashar Assad.”

    Lavrov said that the US, Britain and other countries have assembled a “powerful force” and are “readying their ships and planes” for a possible invasion.

    The minister said that the development set the world on a "perilous path" and warned that “repeating the Iraqi and Lybyan scenario” and bringing in outside forces, would be a “terrible mistake that will lead to more blood being spilt”.

    The minister reserved particular outrage for the newly-mooted possibility of NATO staging a strike on chemical storage facilities without a United Nations mandate.

    Asked if Russia was going to join in the potential conflict on either side, Lavrov said “We have no plans to go to war, but we hope that others think of long-term interests.” [...]


  4. -US Supported Iraq’s Use of Chemical Weapons, Even As It Inches to War With Syria on Lesser Allegations-

    August 26, 2013

    Source: Antiwar, John Glaser

    The calls for U.S. military intervention in Syria’s civil war are growing louder and louder amidst allegations that the Assad regime has used chemical weapons, killing hundreds of people. The use of chemical weapons is beyond the pale, we’re told, and must be met with force to show Assad and the world that it is unacceptable.

    But it’s important to remember that Washington doesn’t view the use of chemical weapons as unacceptable always and everywhere. The U.S. supported Saddam Hussein’s Iraq in its war against Iran throughout the 1980s, even as they knew Saddam was deploying chemical weapons on a scale far more devastating than anything seen in Syria to date. Indeed, it isn’t enough to say that we supported Hussein while he was deploying chemical weapons; we supplied him with intelligence about what Iranian targets to hit with the expectation that he would attack with chemical weapons. We then proceeded to block Iranian attempts to bring a case against Iraq to the United Nations.

    Foreign Policy:

    In 1988, during the waning days of Iraq’s war with Iran, the United States learned through satellite imagery that Iran was about to gain a major strategic advantage by exploiting a hole in Iraqi defenses. U.S. intelligence officials conveyed the location of the Iranian troops to Iraq, fully aware that Hussein’s military would attack with chemical weapons, including sarin, a lethal nerve agent.[...]



  5. -History Repeats: CIA Docs Reveal US Aided Saddam’s Chemical Attacks-

    Anthony Gucciardi

    August 26, 2013

    As Obama continues to shove the blame on Syria’s Assad over the chemical attacks that were admitted by mainstream media months ago to be planned by the Obama administration to initiate military activity in Syria, declassified CIA files reveal that the US government has a history of assisting and facilitating chemical attacks against innocents.

    Specifically, the declassified files expose the deeply nefarious relationship between the Reagan-led United States government and Iraq’s Saddam Hussein. And just as Obama decries the chemical attacks within Syria that were actually launched by his administration as a pretext to military action, it is now revealed that Reagan played the same card back in 1988.

    In both scenarios, we see that the administrations had no problem gassing women and children if it meant furthering their agenda.

    For Obama, it means turning Syria into another Libya scenario, requiring the chemical attack in order to unleash the full military force of the United States in a ‘humane’ way through the response to the attacks. For Reagan back in 1988, it was essential to secure an Iraq victory first and foremost. And if it meant chemical attacks on Iran, then so be it. After all, the US government would simply deny it.

    As Air Force Col. Rick Francona put it when speaking to Foreign Policy on the declassified documents,

    “The Iraqis never told us that they intended to use nerve gas. They didn’t have to. We already knew.”[...]



  6. -US Sponsored Air War in Kosovo Seen as Precedent For Syrian War-

    August 25, 2013

    By Tim Schumacher - Blacklisted News

    For the past two years the Obama administration has done everything in it's power to decapitate the Syrian government using the most unsavory methods.

    They have miserably failed in their efforts including providing weapons to terrorists and other dregs that may be used against western interests after Syria is brought to heel.

    For these 'rebels' it is a religious and sectarian skirmish but after that they go back to business as usual and the US is public enemy number one.

    In the bowels of Washington national security advisors are plotting to find any justification to attack Syria while skirting any international laws in the process.

    NATO's original charter supported only the defense of the traditional European theatre. Today they are a merely a tool for global conquest. Syria is the main support structure for Iran so this is just another domino to fall in their eyes.

    If Obama is to use the bloody Balkan wars as a justification for invasion is this a sign of what is to come? I'm never interested in being a cheerleader for any government or country, this is about what is just and what is not.

    Assad is far from innocent but he would have to be suicidal to use chemical weapons as this would hasten his own demise. Obama is just another warlord with blood on his hands and there's no hope of us or Syria and the only change is drones with ballistic missiles instead having soldiers personally shoot fleeing civilians.

    New York Times:

    As President Obama weighs options for responding to a suspected chemical weapons attack in Syria, his national security aides are studying the NATO air war in Kosovo as a possible blueprint for acting without a mandate from the United Nations.

    Kosovo is an obvious precedent for Mr. Obama because, as in Syria, civilians were killed and Russia had longstanding ties to the government authorities accused of the abuses. In 1999, President Bill Clinton used the endorsement of NATO and the rationale of protecting a vulnerable population to justify 78 days of airstrikes.



  7. German Intelligence: 95 % Of Free Syrian Army Non-Syrian Extremist Groups – Groong

    U.S. arms showing up in hands of pro-Assad militias– USA Today

    Context of '1973-1982: Israel and Jordan Support Muslim Brotherhood Terrorism Against Syria' – History Commons

  8. -War Against Syria Would Be The Least Popular War In American History-

    August 27, 2013

    Source: Washington's Blog

    Far Less Support than All Recent Wars … Even Less Popular than the King of England During the Revolutionary War

    Slate and Infowars both ask with the Syrian War is the least popular war in American history. They point to much higher support for the Vietnam war … even in the midst of mass opposition to those hostilities.

    Slate also notes:

    47 percent of Americans supported the U.S. intervention in Libya in 2011, which Talking Points Memo noted at the time was the “lowest level of support for an American military campaign in at least 30 years.” Seventy-six percent of American initially supported the Iraq War, and 90 percent supported U.S. action in Afghanistan in 2001.

    On the eve of NATO military action in Kosovo in 1999, Gallup described public support as “tepid” at 46 percent. By contrast, 81 percent of Americans thought that George H.W. Bush was “doing the right thing” prior to the beginning of Operation Restore Hope in Somalia. Fifty-three percent initially supported in the invasion of Grenada. Even at their worst points, support for the wars in Iraq and Vietnam hovered around 30 percent.

    In contract, only 9% support a war against Syria.[...]



  9. USA har nu klara bevis på att det va assads regeringstrupper som använde gas tackvare telefonavlyssning,tack gode gud för avlyssning!
    Syrianska hackers cyberattackerar amerikanska tidningar, fy skäms syriska hackers!
    Fem berusade älgar flydde från trädgård när polisen kom, tack gode gud för svensk polis.

    1. Undrar vem som avlyssnar telefoner i Syrien åt USA?

      "Fem berusade älgar flydde från trädgård när polisen kom, tack gode gud för svensk polis."

      - Media vill kanske bevisa att det finns levande varelser som fortfarande respekterar polisen i landet? :)
      (tyvärr hittade de bara ett gäng fulla älgar:)

  10. -Sanktioner drabbar 100 000 iranier som lever med skador efter att CIA hjälpt Saddam med gasattacker-

    SR onsdag 25 september, Ekot

    Över 100 000 iranier beräknas lida av biverkningarna efter gasattackerna under kriget mot Irak på 80-talet. Många utsattes för senapsgas och behöver medicinsk behandling för lung- och ögonskador.

    Men de skärpta sanktionerna mot Iran gör det näst intill omöjligt att få tag i medicinen, säger professor Gunnar Westberg som arbetar inom läkarrörelsen mot kärnvapen.

    Stor brist på medicin

    – De får en väldigt bra lättnad i sin andning med alldeles vanliga inhalatorer. De som vi använder för astma och kol, säger han.

    Gunnar Westberg besökte själv Iran i november förra året och kunde då se hur sjuka människor inte får den vård de behöver för att överleva eller för att slippa bli blinda efter de skador de har av senapsgas.

    Sanktionerna mot Iran har införts för att sätta press på landet att ge upp sitt kärnprogram som västvärlden tror ska leda till att landet skaffar sig kärnvapen.

    Det finns inga sanktioner mot mediciner, ändå är det en stor brist på nästan all medicin i Iran i dag.

    Detta på grund av att ingen bank i väst är villig att föra över pengar från Iran till de företag som säljer medicinen. Gunnar Westberg kan i dagsläget inte se att någon ens är intresserad av att försöka lösa Irans medicinbrist.

    – Tvärtom. Det blir snarast värre hela tiden, säger han.

    Han menar också att sanktionerna slår hårt mot alla de oskyldiga som utsattes för de kemiska gasattackerna. De blir nu straffade ytterligare en gång.

    – De som utövar sanktionerna säger hela tiden att det är riktat mot regeringen, mot militären och inte mot civilbefolkningen. Det känns nog som ett hån för dem som lever i Iran. Det är ju civilbefolkningen som drabbas.

    Läkarrörelsen mot kärnvapen i Sverige och Tyskland har nu donerat pengar till inköp av inhalatorer som inom kort kommer att levereras till Iran.




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