Al Ghouta poison gas attack

Did Syrian government forces actually poison Syrians with Sarin in fighting near Damascus, as many in the West maintain? Or was the Al Ghouta attack really a ‘false flag’ staged to open the way for Western intervention in Syria?

Who killed these innocent children and scores of others with a deadly nerve gas in Syria? Was it Bassar al-Assad, as the West claims? Or is Assad being framed for an attack that was actually carried out by his Western accusers?

Gordon Duff Interview with PressTV: Is America about to attack Syria on fabricated evidence?

Why would Assad be so foolish as to hand the US and NATO a perfect pretext for war?

Syrian leader says chemical weapons claims are ‘insult to common sense’

That’s why the West hasn’t produced any evidence to back its claim. It doesn’t have any. Moreover, Assad’s warning that the U.S. could face a Vietnam-like failure is an understatement. With Russia and Iran siding with Syria it could be far, far worse

Toxic agents that could have been used to manufacture chemical weapons seized by Syrian Army in raid on militant stronghold near Damascus. Click to enlarge

Syria: “We have incontrovertible proof that American backed terrorists used chemical weapons”

Syria’s information minister says they have hard proof that chemical weapons projectiles were launched from areas controlled by foreign backed fighters. Includes video

Syria chemical attack evidence may have been destroyed: Hague

Syria chemical attack evidence may have been destroyed: Hague

Or maybe there wasn’t any to begin with. Either way the West seems committed to a military strike. It’s just after Saddam’s mythical WMD it doesn’t need hard evidence to justify it — only a compliant media

Mail Online headline. Click to enlarge

Who Benefits?

Syria has agreed to allow UN inspectors to examine the site of the chemical weapons attack. The White House says that’s “too late to be credible”. Meaning we are heading down the same road we went with Saddam Hussein and his fabled WMD

Evidence Indicates that Syrian Government Did Not Launch a Chemical Weapon Attack Against Its People

If Assad were going to use chemical weapons, wouldn’t he use them against those trying to oust him? What does he gain attacking women and children?

The BBC on Syria and Chemical Weapons

The BBC is repeating what it did with Saddam Hussein and his Weapons of Mass Destruction. Only now its with Syria and its alleged use of chemical weapons

News of chemical weapons attack in Syria published one day before massacre happened

News of chemical weapons attack in Syria published one day before massacre happened

Claims that several videos of the alleged attack were uploaded one day before the reports of chemical weapons use near Damascus

Iran’s Rohani says chemical weapons killed people in Syria

Iran President Rohani condemns the chemical weapons attack but stops short of blaming anyone. Unlike Britain and France who both accused Assad’s forces

US 'backed plan to launch chemical weapon attack on Syria, blame it on Assad govt': Report

US ‘backed plan to launch chemical weapon attack on Syria, blame it on Assad govt': Report

Lest we forget, a Daily Mail report from earlier this year that has since been scrubbed from the Mail’s website

Alleged victims of 'the gas attack in Damascus', not in the foetal position.

FSA Gassed Damascus? Was it all Fake?

“Why is everyone leaning over backwards to avoid the conclusion that the most likely perpetrators of this atrocity are the rebels.”

Reported Syrian gas attack killing hundreds after first US-trained rebel incursion from Jordan

The alleged Syrian Army gas attack conveniently helped divert attention from the first organised incursion by US trained “rebel” forces into Syria, who are operating under the orders of US commanders based in Jordan

Opposition says as many as 1,300 killed in gas attack near Damascus

Opposition says as many as 1,300 killed in gas attack near Damascus

Why would Syria launch an attack against its own people, particualrly when it is gaining the upper hand in the conflict? Or is this to get the US more directly involved?