September 10, 2013
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Commentary By: Gordon King
Everything may not be as it appears. Presentation is everything, yet is it always right? From government conjecture to mass media reports, we are being told one thing, but is it the truth?
We are told that the Syrian government has attacked the Syrian rebels with chemical weapons. President Assad says that he didn’t do it, the rebels now claim that they did. President Vladimir Putin says that President Assad didn’t do it. President Obama is certain that President Assad did do it.
What are we to believe. We have seen no evidence for proof either way. Yet, President Obama seems committed to bombing the Syrian government. Why? Why is he so adamant about bombing Syria. There must be a reason beyond the chemical attack. An underlying motive.
Russia presses UN to report on Syria attack risks
VIENNA (AP) — Diplomats say that Russia is pressing the U.N. atomic agency to report on the nuclear risk of air strikes on Syria in efforts to stave off possible U.S. attack.
Two diplomats said Russian envoy Grigory Berdennikov urged action on an earlier request in comments Monday to the International Atomic Energy Agency’s 35-nation board.
A confidential letter from the Russian foreign ministry to IAEA chief Yukiya Amano obtained by The Associated Press Monday warns of the “catastrophic” consequences of a strike on a research reactor near Damascus.
The diplomats, who were inside the closed meeting, demanded anonymity because they were not authorized to report on the discussion.
The IAEA has said it is assessing Russia’s request.
Anthony Gucciardi & Alex Jones
September 3, 2013
A high level source inside the military has now confirmed to us that Dyess Air Force base is actively moving nuclear warheads to the East Coast of the United States in a secret transfer that has no paper trail.
According to the high level military source, who has a strong record of continually being proven correct in deep military activity, the Dyess Air Force Commander authorized unknown parties to transfer the nuclear warheads to an unknown location that has been reported to be South Carolina, where the warheads will then be picked up and potentially utilized.
This is of particular interest not only due to the fact that the Syrian situation has escalated to the point of a very realistic hot war scenario, but due to the fact that Dyess has repeatedly denied the existence of nuclear warheads inside the base.
Syrian President Bashar Assad on Monday demanded the world produce evidence his forces used chemical weapons, calling the region a “powder keg” and warning an attack against him would ignite a regional war.
“Nobody knows what will happen” if the US or other countries attack Syria,” Assad said in an interview to the French paper Le Figaro. “Everyone will lose control of the situation when the powder keg explodes. Chaos and extremism will spread… There is a risk of regional war.”
“Anyone who accuses [the use of gas] must provide evidence,” the president said, adding he had asked the US and France to prove their claims, but Presidents “[Barack] Obama and [Francois] Hollande were unable to.”
Though Assad avoided confirming his army was in possession of chemical weapons, which the West claim were used to kill some 1,400 people two weeks ago, the president said it would “illogical” for the Syrian army to use such munitions close to its own troops.