White House Has Been Planning To Frame Assad For Many Months

The Daily Mail published this article in January, and shortly thereafter pulled it. It is still available on the Web Archive.

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29 January 2013

Leaked emails have allegedly proved that the White House gave the green light to a chemical weapons attack in Syria that could be blamed on Assad’s regime and in turn, spur international military action in the devastated country.

A report released on Monday contains an email exchange between two senior officials at British-based contractor Britam Defence where a scheme ‘approved by Washington’ is outlined explaining that Qatar would fund rebel forces in Syria to use chemical weapons.

U.S. ‘planned to launch chemical weapon attack on Syria and blame it on Assad’ | Mail Online

No wonder Obama and Cameron don’t want UN inspectors in there. It would look really bad if they determined it was the US and the UK who were gassing Syrian children.

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24 Responses to White House Has Been Planning To Frame Assad For Many Months

  1. Lou says:

    Well… wow.

  2. MikeTheDenier says:

    Mystery Sponsor Of Weapons And Money To Syrian Mercenary “Rebels” Revealed


  3. Traitor In Chief says:

    Precisely what I suspected when I saw the original story…. Looks like another one of Obungo’s sons has been “standing his ground”


  4. crosspatch says:

    There is a reason why that article was deleted. The source is not trustworthy. I know some will be “spring loaded” to want to believe it is true but Alex Jones isn’t exactly a reputable source.

  5. Jeffk says:

    The weapons probably came from those CIA agents in Benghazzi that still haven’t been reported about, yet.

  6. Eric Simpson says:

    A hotair comment:

    Of course the rebels did it.

    Assad is winning. John McCain’s ignorant and bellicose shrieking aside, the U.S. is ready to cut and run in Syria. Wiser heads in the defense establishment seem to be resurgent – we are tacitly supporting the Egyptian military’s crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood, and abandoning the rebels aka terrorists in Syria. Assad knows that the only thing that would draw the U.S. back in is a chemical weapons attack. Assad is many things, but he is not stupid.

  7. After reading quite a few articles on the Syrian situation none of them contain any analysis of the reasons for the civil war. What exactly is it about Syria that has USA and Russia on different sides, instead of cooperating to improve the lives of the Syrian people? Michael Rivero made a documentary “All Wars Are Banker Wars.” Is the BRICS alliance a factor, and if so how large a factor? Is there some type of geopolitical struggle between USA/Europe and Russia/China at the heart of this? The simple question I am asking is “what is the reason for the war and suffering in Syria?”
    Thank you for any help in understanding this horrible situation.

  8. LaRouche was right, is right! So, let’s not just complain about it. Let’s destroy the London-Riyadh global terror axis! http://larouchepac.com/bae911
    Break U.S. relations with the U.K. and Saudi Arabia; denounce their sponsorship of terrorism from the U.N. and from rooftops around the world! Impeach Obama for flat-out treason, allying with Al-Qaeda! But safeguard our country against the inevitable financial retaliation from London: pass Glass-Steagall now!

  9. Not to single out Saudi Arabia–we should also denounce, and break relations with, Qatar, Israel and other proxies of the British Empire whose governments give such large material support to terrorists, or are caught plotting or found to have committed false-flag attacks, or, like Israel, engage in pre-emptive military aggression.

  10. There Is No Substitute for Victory says:

    In a little less than 24 months it will be exactly 100 years since we pulled Britain’s chestnuts out of the fire the first time, during WW one. Since then we have been doing all their heavy fighting for them. In the 1950s n the 1950s for a time it even looked like that we were going to have to invade England just to kick their Limey butts out of the Suez Canal Zone.

    England is notorious for not knowing how to repay a favor. If England and France want to fight and squabble with their old League of Nations Mandates in the Middle East then let them do it alone. It will do wonders for their economies as well as solve both British and French youth unemployment. Furthermore it will create tens if not hundreds of thousands of good overseas jobs making glass eyes, artificial legs, arms, as well as provide a shot in the arm for the coffin making and grave digging business.

    • DirkH says:

      The US needs a war so that new govt debt can be issued; which will serve as backing for new money creation.
      And you need the new money creation to bring interest rates back under control.
      The US NEEDS that war; and WANTS it and CRAVES it; to temporarily keep the exploding monetary system from going into hyperinflation.
      Nothing to do with UK and France; two hollow shells of once souvereign nations; now having their laws made for them in Brussels.

    • IceKat says:

      You have an interesting (read warped, twisted, unrealistic, bent, Hollywood, idealistic) view of reality!

  11. G. Watkins says:

    Regular reader-occasional commentator.
    My wife and I are watching BBC news at 10 reporting on Syria and the question of which side(s) released the poison gas. My 26yr old son, immersed for 3 weeks in cramming for his chemistry MSc (catalysis – hard) wanders in looking for food. Listens to the TV for 10 secs and says ” probably the CIA”.
    I spluttered into my white wine and told him not to be ridiculous and stick to something he had some knowledge of. Slightly more pithy Welsh vernacular more precisely, involving travel, sex and urination.
    5 mins later I read your post. Spooky and many apologies to my seriously retarded son.
    BTW Cardiff City 3 – Man. City 2

  12. gator69 says:

    Assad is smarter than this, look elsewhere. Too many have MO, and only time, or leaks will tell. In the meantime, let France do the ‘heavy lifting’.

  13. edonthewayup says:

    The link to Mail Online is broken. Might need to correct as I intend to reblog it.

  14. edonthewayup says:

    Reblogged this on Edonurwayup's Blog and commented:
    Interesting Developmet

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