Chemical Weapons Hypocrisy

This week on The Geopolitical Report, we cover United Nations ambassador Nikki Haley’s demand nations responsible for the use of chemical weapons be held to account following an alleged chemical attack outside of Damascus, Syria. Secretary of State James Mattis reminded the al-Assad government of President Trump’s illegal attack last April on a Syrian airbase in response to an unverified chemical attack. Pressed on the issue, Mattis admitted he hasn’t seen direct evidence. He cited reports by unnamed NGOs, a reference to the White Helmets. The latest effort by the US to pin consecutive disputed chemical attacks on Syria is reminiscent of the WMD pretext used before Bush invaded Iraq. We then demonstrate the hypocrisy of the United States on the illegal use of chemical weapons—from Iraq to Vietnam—as well as the use of white phosphorus in Gaza by Israel in violation of international law. The use of chemical and other nonconventional weapons by the United States, many banned by international law and treaty, were not part of the equation as Haley and Mattis climbed up on their high horses and condemned Syria for chlorine attacks that are not backed up by evidence. The point isn’t to condemn the use of such weapons, but rather to use them as a pretext for a future attack and possible invasion of Syria and the forced removal of its elected leader.

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Show Notes

Haley condemns Russia over Syria's chemical weapons use

Fake News Alert: CNN Finally Admits “White Helmets” Staged Fake Video

Now Mattis Admits There Was No Evidence Assad Used Poison Gas On His People

Trump administration: Syria probably continuing to make, use of chemical weapons

Pentagon Reverses Position and Admits U.S. Troops Used White Phosphorus Against Iraqis in Fallujah

Battle Book

Exclusive: CIA Files Prove America Helped Saddam as He Gassed Iran

Bush the First, Hating Saddam, Selling Him Weapons

Iraq War Anniversary: Birth Defects And Cancer Rates At Devastating High In Basra And Fallujah

Metal Contamination and the Epidemic of Congenital Birth Defects in Iraqi Cities

Army to be sued for war crimes over its role in Fallujah attacks

Israel accused of indiscriminate phosphorus use in Gaza

Agent Orange, exposed: How U.S. chemical warfare in Vietnam unleashed a slow-moving disaster

Agent Orange's shameful legacy

US admits it used napalm bombs in Iraq

Secrets of Edgewood

U.S. and EU Sanctions Are Punishing Ordinary Syrians and Crippling Aid Work, U.N. Report Reveals

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Comments

  1. at 15:50 Not a weapon because it incinerates humans at a temperature a couple hundred degrees lower than gasoline.
    Not a weapon, so people who want to make molotov cocktails, just use kerosene and, apparently, you can not be charged with possessing and using weapons.

  2. William Field says:

    Great work! Thankyou all.

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