Inspectors In Syria Forbidden From Finding Out WHO Used Chemical Weapons, Only IF They Were Used

The Fix Is In

The Wall Street Journal reports:

“The [weapons inspection] team must be able to conduct a full, thorough and unimpeded investigation,” said U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Sunday night. However, the team is only mandated to determine if chemical weapons were used, not who used them, Mr. Ban’s spokesman said.

In other words, even if it was the rebels who carried out the attack, it will still be used as an excuse to attack the government.

The fix is in … the U.S. will get the war it planned 20 years ago.

Hat tip: What Really Happened.

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  • Syrian evidence that the Rebels were behind the gas attacks on CBS Evening News around the 9 minute mark:

    • disqus_PAZz5o1Bj8

      To whom does it profit? This chemical attack only profits the Zionist warmongers who control the USA, UK, France and Israel and a few more….

    • disqus_PAZz5o1Bj8

      To whom does it profit? This chemical attack only profits the Zionist warmongers who control the USA, UK, France and Israel and a few more….

  • HS

    Who cares about Syria? Miley Cyprus’s inappropriate behavior is what the US really needs to be concerned with.

    • jrey762

      Her rear end looks like a raw chicken; much more newsworthy than another illegal war.

  • Ian56

    Your link to the WSJ article is not working. Here’s a link

  • KMc
  • lex

    We helped Saddam use chemical weapons (, Snipers fired on the inspectors without hitting one (yeah right). BBC got caught wagging the dog claiming pictures of Iraqi dead, were victims of Syrian massacre ( When are we going to wake up , and stop letting our kids be cannon fodder for the criminal elite?

  • Actually, a lot farther back than the PNAC people 20 years ago (still active with Fred Kagan and Kimberly Kagen leading the PR charge on Syria). Try the tail end of WWII, when the US State department began shaping their post-war policy. Remember the popular 80s band “The Police”… The name is a not-so-inside-joke. Drummer Stewart Copeland’s daddy, a classical music composer, was also a ‘spook’ for State and, as Adam Curtis @BBC recently wrote in his article “The Baby and the Baathwater”, pretty much coordinated the US post-WWII Middle East policy.

    Every time you see the word “Baathist”… No matter the country…, you’re looking at the name of a political party brought to power by the US State Department and the CIA.

    Headline: “CIA groomed Assad Baathist government in flaming cage match with CIA backed CIA ‘rebels’.

    Took almost 70 years to get there, and one could go even FARTHER BACK to the turn of the 20th century, 1915 or so, when the US Navy, followed quickly by Britain, switched their fuel source from coal to oil. More BTUs in the fuel bunker and an at-that-time cheap source from Aramco (before a certain Saudi clan that cooperated with Britain to steal Arabia’s resources got a bigger piece of the action and their ‘nation’ name added to the original ARAMCO (Arabian American Oil Company) name.

    Ever since then, there has ALWAYS been a US and British fleet in the area.

    Protecting ‘strategic resources’ is Job #1… Except of course trees and wildlife that get in the way of ‘progress’, and the resources make US hegemony possible via gunboat diplomacy… but I digress.

    In the US, Congress’ friends in the Military-Industrial complex… AKA the “Defense” (snigger) Industry… The only real ‘industry’ left in the US, are the ONLY PEOPLE who stand to gain, and America’s citizens gets the ‘trickle down’ of “Business as Usual”… Happy Motoring”… over the dead bodies of literally millions of people in the Middle East, Africa, Central Asia, and anywhere else they can, literally, squeeze petroleum out of pools, or even rocks and sand.