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Anti-Assad propaganda assault heats up with claims of WMDs

February 26, 2012
Madison Ruppert,

Yesterday, Wired blog Danger Room’s senior reporter Spencer Ackerman put out a piece that reads like pure propaganda that lead up to the invasion of Iraq.

Ackerman even draws the obvious parallels between Saddam Hussein, although he fails to point out that maybe this is exactly like Iraq and Syria doesn’t have any chemical weapons at all.

He claims that the United States is becoming increasingly worried “about his apparent stockpiles of mustard gas and nerve agents.”

What exactly is an “apparent stockpile” anyways? I think Ackerman might have been more accurate in saying “alleged and unsubstantiated accusations of stockpiles” but seeing as he is clearly serving an agenda with his piece, no such qualifying language is included.

And now… the rest of the story. …..

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  1. February 26, 2012 4:09 pm

    As I said, they want a war keep the war profit coming and US money going to the Lobby by way of Israel so they can bribe more war claims
    And I would take another closer look what those pro-democracy have been doing in Egypt, like in Iraq, Bush would not leave until their government included in their constitution a formal recognition of Israel and other demands for Israel..I would not be surprised if you find this democracy help includes those special demands. Israel was working on them with the Army, be sure they would keep their relations with Israel. Not many were paying attention. Israel has been sabotaging our efforts on the Arab Spring until it got to Syria, well..Syria is a thorn in Israel hide BUT Israel wants control of the conflict there and a say so on who replaces the present government. It may even be helping the activist, any thing to keep their foot in the conflict.

    thing to keep a foor in the result.

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