U.S. Officials: Syria Has Prepared Several Dozen Chemical Bombs

Dec 14, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: New Hampshire Public Radio -

U.S. and allied officials say the forces of embattled Syrian President Bashar Assad have prepared several dozen bombs and shells loaded with the lethal chemical sarin.

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Syrian

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More propaganda.
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Good for Syria!! The country of Syria has every right to use EVERY weapon they have against the mass murdering terrorist which are in the pay of the american government and israel.The Syrian government has a right and a duty to protect the country from terrorist and that is what they are fighting to do.Any other country would do the same thing.
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Dec 15, 2012
 
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U.S. Officials: Syria Has Prepared Several Dozen Chemical Bombs
Gosh! It's good to know that the U.S. is relying upon "officials" to determine Syria's capabilities! Didn't they have any "officials" on hand when they said they had proof that Irak had WMD's?
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Force Majeure wrote:
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Gosh! It's good to know that the U.S. is relying upon "officials" to determine Syria's capabilities! Didn't they have any "officials" on hand when they said they had proof that Irak had WMD's?

That is a complete turn around, the enemy Bush and Blair had to eliminate in Iraq are now the allied friends Cameron, Hollande and Obama want to install into power in Syria, consequently their Zionist media
keep presenting this chemical, weapon of mass destruction to justify that agenda to the Western Constituents. Didn't the US refuse to put cluster bombs into outlawed ordinance, and except for Israel one of the only nations that wouldn't.? I think we need to give the terrorists something to think about.
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Didn't the US refuse to put cluster bombs into outlawed ordinance,
They did, yes.
Syrian

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Force Majeure wrote:
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Gosh! It's good to know that the U.S. is relying upon "officials" to determine Syria's capabilities! Didn't they have any "officials" on hand when they said they had proof that Irak had WMD's?
Yep! Now they say that Saddam must have just sneaked those WMDs over to Assad!
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youtube.com/watch... i SUPPORT aSSAD sYRIA fORCES uSEING cHEMEICAL WEAPONS
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Syrian wrote:
<quoted text> Yep! Now they say that Saddam must have just sneaked those WMDs over to Assad!
Yes, and he did it posthumously. Saddam is quite a guy, eh?
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Yes, and he did it posthumously. Saddam is quite a guy, eh?

Not really, he was greedy. Greed came into existence as a concept when Satin chose stagnation, that being he could keep what he had, not giving way to probability and outcome therefore he elected to abandon loyalty to Allah, even though he was guaranteed to be the first occupant of
Heaven. That began what Saddam became
unfortunately for us.
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Dec 16, 2012
 
Satin and the Random are the same person. Get it (Random Probability) as in the philosophy of Idealism, everything emanated from Idea, and idea is the collection of assortment of concepts, within person, that being the capacity of Self to accumulate. Given by Allah, who was
not greedy because He preceded greed as well as everything else .Does that ring any bells.?
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Yes, and he did it posthumously. Saddam is quite a guy, eh?
The "ghost" of Saddam engineered the transfer! LOL!!
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truth Always beats lIes23 wrote:
Good for Syria!! The country of Syria has every right to use EVERY weapon they have against the mass murdering terrorist which are in the pay of the american government and israel.The Syrian government has a right and a duty to protect the country from terrorist and that is what they are fighting to do.Any other country would do the same thing.
Yup, he uses them and Syria becomes a parking lot for Israel and Iran to split and start rebuilding cities.
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Not really....
I was being sarcastic.
Syrian wrote:
<quoted text> The "ghost" of Saddam engineered the transfer! LOL!!
I didn't know that ghosts were so clever. How many WMD's did Bush say Saddam had? Thousands? Millions?

It's good that we now know where those WMD's all went, otherwise the world might think Bush and Rumsfeld lied. I'm going to send them a one-way tickt to Switzerland. I wonder if the Swiss serve Fondue in prison?
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Force Majeure wrote:
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I was being sarcastic.
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I didn't know that ghosts were so clever. How many WMD's did Bush say Saddam had? Thousands? Millions?
It's good that we now know where those WMD's all went, otherwise the world might think Bush and Rumsfeld lied. I'm going to send them a one-way tickt to Switzerland. I wonder if the Swiss serve Fondue in prison?

Even today after all that's happened people
still think of Blair in particular as having been right in his insistence that the WMD.
were moved into Syria.
Some believe that was the principal reason why Bashar refused to back the invasion of Iraq 2003. The absurd theory goes Washington has been pursuing the same WMD. all this time, first by turning on Syrian humanitarian objectives in Lebanon (saving the Christians) and then by the conspiracy and terrorism we see now.

I am inclined to, as I said, call it ridiculous,
I think, Washington in desperation is
committing itself to a War OF Terror.
Another terrorist attack in Iraq, yesterday killing Shia and Kurds, this is what Washington is condoning.
All out commitment to Tribal Cultists Jihadists, may be Secularism might get a bit of a revival when the West is forced to give up on the crazies. It certainly would be a more fertile ground for religious recruitment, compared to the introverted
egotistical hypocrites,that rule the roost in
Egypt, and the Kingdom Emirates.
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I am inclined to, as I said, call it ridiculous,
This I agree with, although the "ridiculous-ness" is in that Americans believe (want to believe) in the WMD scenario. They DO NOT want to believe that the pillar of democracy (again, being VERY sarcastic) would send their boys to die due to a contrived threat of its' own, devious making.

Still, big business tycoons and many American politicians are more than pleased with the outcome of the Irak adventure and are probably rubbing their palms together in anticipation of a new, lucrative thrust into Syria. Or Libya.
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Yup, he uses them and Syria becomes a parking lot for Israel and Iran to split and start rebuilding cities.
Still living in your fantasy world??
Syrian

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Force Majeure wrote:
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I was being sarcastic.
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I didn't know that ghosts were so clever. How many WMD's did Bush say Saddam had? Thousands? Millions?
It's good that we now know where those WMD's all went, otherwise the world might think Bush and Rumsfeld lied. I'm going to send them a one-way tickt to Switzerland. I wonder if the Swiss serve Fondue in prison?
Bush actually said Saddam was importing "nuclear" material from Africa! Next they will be saying that Syria has radioactive "dirty bombs", ready to be deployed!!
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Force Majeure wrote:
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This I agree with, although the "ridiculous-ness" is in that Americans believe (want to believe) in the WMD scenario. They DO NOT want to believe that the pillar of democracy (again, being VERY sarcastic) would send their boys to die due to a contrived threat of its' own, devious making.
Still, big business tycoons and many American politicians are more than pleased with the outcome of the Irak adventure and are probably rubbing their palms together in anticipation of a new, lucrative thrust into Syria. Or Libya.

Rubbing their palms about what they can make by being the bank of Iraq, yes no doubt about that, but the pavilion of democracy in Iraq is resisting these weekly
terrorist atrocities, the groups carrying out these attacks are not only the al-Nusrah Front that Obama declared criminal as a face saving exercise, but also all their many collaborators from many different and distant lands, but mainly they come from
Saudi Arabia and Qatar.
If successful in Syria these financiers from those two countries will repeat it in Iraq and Jordan, that won't bother Obama, or will it?
I don't think even he knows.
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Syrian wrote:
<quoted text> Bush actually said Saddam was importing "nuclear" material from Africa!
Yes. The CIA spliced together bugged telephone converstations, changed them round to use as "proof" that Saddam was importing nuclear material from Africa. When the Americans presented the "tape" the UN was immediatley suspicious because of the quality of the "splice". In other words the Americans faked evidence!

And now they're telling us "Syria Has Prepared Several Dozen Chemical Bombs". Why should we believe anything the American government says?
Rtloder wrote:
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Rubbing their palms about what they can make by being the bank of Iraq, yes no doubt about that, but the pavilion of democracy in Iraq is resisting these weekly
terrorist atrocities, the groups carrying out these attacks are not only the al-Nusrah Front that Obama declared criminal as a face saving exercise, but also all their many collaborators from many different and distant lands, but mainly they come from
Saudi Arabia and Qatar.
If successful in Syria these financiers from those two countries will repeat it in Iraq and Jordan, that won't bother Obama, or will it?
I don't think even he knows.
Obama can't even convince his racist countrymen that he's American! Those people are ill.
Syrian

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Force Majeure wrote:
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Yes. The CIA spliced together bugged telephone converstations, changed them round to use as "proof" that Saddam was importing nuclear material from Africa. When the Americans presented the "tape" the UN was immediatley suspicious because of the quality of the "splice". In other words the Americans faked evidence!
And now they're telling us "Syria Has Prepared Several Dozen Chemical Bombs". Why should we believe anything the American government says?
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Obama can't even convince his racist countrymen that he's American! Those people are ill.
LOL!!!

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