Deadly Sarin Gas Delivered to Syria Was Provided by Certain Western Countries (AKA NATO)

The following is very good coverage by Spiro: A treason investigation has been launched against a Turkish MP who alleged in an exclusive interview with RT that Islamic State jihadists delivered deadly sarin gas to Syria through Turkey.

Turkish MP faces treason charges after telling RT ISIS used Turkey for transiting sarin

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  1. albatross0612 says:

    I finally understand what Obama meant by saying his administration will be the most transparent.

  2. Question for Sibel:
    Do you think there’s a ‘Snowden element’ to this story? Namely, that there’s a need to alter certain aspects of policy towards ISIS and perhaps part of that policy change will involve throwing Erdogan under the bus, pinning the blame on him for supporting ISIS (as if he was somehow undermining NATO’s objectives)? It’s hard for me to imagine the Turkish MP could’ve made this kind of public disclosure without a significant amount of support at a very high level behind the scenes. Plus, the showing of support for him on twitter for example would seem like they would fit into a pattern for setting the political climate for a coup…

    • albatross0612 says:

      Benny I think we’re going to see the ‘Snowden element’ play out in this new CISA bill, its like a cyber Patriot Act and theres a lot of rhetoric lately about cyber armageddon.

      • My prediction (fear) is that we’ll see some sort of “cyber attack” on the financial system which throws the economy (mainly the stock market) into a state of limbo. Somehow encryption will play into the scheme, where someone like James Comey can say “see, this is why we need a backdoor to all encryption… so we can keep you safe and prevent future financial instability. As a matter of fact we’ve been working on just such a system, but we need the support of some of the tech companies to start offering you this protection…”. I don’t think we’re going to see this play out until some time during the presidential election though, right now I think the focus is going to stay on the Syrian/ISIS “whack a mole” rhetoric.

        Ultimately, the question is going to be; how do we stop people from getting conned once more into sacrificing what’s left of their freedom for promises of “security”?

        “My, what extensive surveillance you have grandmother (perhaps “big brother” is more suitable)”
        “All the better to keep you safe from terrorism with my dear.”

    • BennyB,

      I don’t see any obvious connections to Snowden, however, your other points are valid. The treason charges indicate that it was not sanctioned by Erdogan camp. Considering his party (CHP) we are looking at possible: 1) Gulen element; 2) NATO-US chess-board move with Erdogan as target …

      • Ribbit-Mark says:

        I don’t think BennyB meant that there was a connection to Snowden when he stated there might be a ‘Snowden element’ to the story. More likely he was questioning whether the leak by the Turkish MP was a ‘false flag’ whistle blowing event similar to what happened with Snowden.

        I am not with Benny on this one as I don’t buy the fake whistle blower label that has been given to Snowden by some here.

      • What I meant by “Snowden element” was that the Turkish MP was being presented similar to Snowden, in terms of his disclosure being presented as an act of being a “whistleblower”; when in reality this is information which certain high level Turkish/NATO players wanted to come out as a means to undermine Erdogan and push him out, with the US in particular looking to let him take the fall for allowing ISIS to move freely.

        I was only using Snowden metaphorically.

  3. stevan topping says:

    Thank you for this important reminder. Of what went on before where we are now. The source notes above, as in all articles on the web, are invaluable one way or another. Your report connects with what resonated with me after the horrific Sarin gas attack in Ghouta, Syria. The on the ground reporting via ISTEAMS (International Support for Mussalah Syria) from Agnes Mariam, in the vicinity and at the time of this abomination, links with the information you present.

  4. “This plan pretty much fell apart when Kerry ended up slipping up and gave Syria an out when he stated that if Syria turned over all chemical weapons that would be pretty much solve things.”

    Um… what a truly alternative and independent piece of information! So it is to the unexplained generosity of Mr Kerry that the Syrian people were spared from the rain of Tomahawks? Up until now the rest of the world mistakenly attributed this feat to President Putin who 1) ordered the deployment of Russia’s coastal defense system Bastion in Latakia to keep the Sixth Fleet at bay in Italy and 2) gave Obama an out by proposing that Syria gives up its chemical weapons. What’s the name of this truly alternative and truly independent journalist?

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