Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Speaking of chemical weapons.... What about Israel's arsenal?

This is a perfect intro to a bunch of stuff I had saved to use over this past weekend, but, didn't get it put up
No better time then the present!

Syria deal shines light on Israel's chemical arsenal
Israel signed the landmark international treaty banning the production or use of chemical weapons two decades ago, but it is among a handful of nations that have never ratified the deal. While foreign experts widely believe that Israel likely possesses a stockpile of chemical and biological weapons, Israeli officials refuse to confirm or deny the existence of any such arsenal.

Defense Minister Amir Peretz declined to discuss the country’s chemical weapons capabilities but said the international community’s attitude toward Israel is “different” from Syria.
 Why so secretive Israeli Defense Minister? Hiding something?
As a member of the 'international community' I would like to see Israel equally held to account.

Israel has been similarly vague about foreign reports of a nuclear arsenal, a policy of ambiguity aimed at deterring its enemies. But following the weekend deal between the U.S. and Russia to eliminate Syria’s chemical weapons by mid-2014, voices have emerged calling on the government to take similar steps.
 “I do believe that the Israeli government should be open about this issue, should say what arsenal, if any, it does have and should strive for an international agreement to keep all these kinds of weapons outside of the Middle East,” said opposition lawmaker Dov Khenin.
 The liberal daily Haaretz wrote in an editorial Monday that the chemical disarmament of Syria gives Israel an opportunity to finally ratify the Chemical Weapons Convention.
“It would be a pity if in the future Israel finds itself in the position of Syria — forced to sign the convention under international pressure,” the newspaper said.
 Paul Hirschson, a spokesman for the Israeli Foreign Ministry, said Israel could not ratify the treaty in such an uncertain environment.
Well, if Israel can't ratify the treaty due to an uncertain environment why should Syria?
Why should any other nation? Israeli stance = Hypocrisy
Particularly when one considers that Israel has been involved so deeply in creating the 'uncertain environment' present today in Syria.

From earlier today:   Ambassador Oren: Israel has wanted Assad ousted since BEFORE Syria war began

“Israel’s lack of transparency has led to a continued suspicion that a chemical weapons program is in place, although we are unable to confirm this or provide any further details,”

 In a report this month, Foreign Policy magazine published what it said was a secret 1983 CIA document outlining evidence that Israel possessed a chemical weapons stockpile of unknown size, likely developed in the 1970.

  “Several indicators lead us to believe that they have available to them at least persistent and nonpersistent nerve agents, a mustard agent, and several riot-control agents, matched with suitable delivery systems,” the document says.

There will be more info forthcoming!


  1. Has enough been made of this article by Putin warning of nuclear disaster if Syria is hit?

    "If a warhead, by design or by chance, were to hit the Miniature Neutron Source Reactor (MNSR) near Damascus, the consequences could be catastrophic," Aleksandr Lukashevich said in a Wednesday statement. It asked the agency to “react swiftly” and carry out “an analysis of the risks linked to possible American strikes on the MNSR and other facilities in Syria.”

    hmmm? Wasn't the Israeli strike in 2007 suppose to have decimated the only reactor in the country? Someone somewhere had it that the Homs mushroom cloud was Israel taking out such a reactor?


    1. to my knowledge the israeli strike in 07 struck a fabric operation
      no reactor
      as for the explosion in the aleppo area
      non nuclear imo

      the research reactor is still a reactor, and should not be hit

  2. Guilt, Not PTSD, Is What Afflicts Iraq War Veterans


    "How can a person be healed of guilt when he’s being told that he didn’t do anything wrong and that he’s really just suffering from combat stress? Doesn’t relief from guilt require an acknowledgement that the person has done something wrong, as compared to something stressful? Unlike combat stress, doesn’t guilt require confession, repentance, and forgiveness?

    Yet, that’s the last thing these guys are encouraged to do. Instead, people thank them for their service in Iraq, reinforcing the image that they they’ve done something right by killing Iraqis. They’re praised for their heroism and courage in battle, notwithstanding the fact that they had no legal, religious, or moral grounds for killing people in Iraq.

    Consider the following incident related by Kyle, who was one of the U.S. military’s deadliest snipers. Two weeks after he arrived in Iraq, he encountered a woman with a child who pulled a grenade as she was approached by a group of Marines. Kyle shot her dead. He said, “It was my duty to shoot, and I don’t regret it. My shots saved several Americans, whose lives were clearly worth more than that woman’s twisted soul.”

    But who here has the twisted soul? That woman was defending her country from the troops of a brutal foreign regime that had unlawfully invaded and occupied her country and killed countless of her countrymen, perhaps members of her family or friends or acquaintances. Kyle was a soldier who had blindly followed the orders of the president to attack, invade, and occupy a country that had never attacked the United States and was killing people who were resisting his aggression."

    The ones suffering from this guilt are the few human ones, the minority of American soldiers who still had some sort of soul left after their American indoctrination of their specialness and superiority, and boot camp. The majority of the American subhuman, war criminal rubbish who join the military don't think nothing of their crimes against humanity. They have no souls, no conscience, they are parasitic ghouls, dead, mentally rotten rubbish who would just as soon sod the little boy next door as the slave child prostitutes forced to service them in the countries they occupy. Getting paid to do these crimes is a fantasy come true to them. I've met more than a few of these war criminal parasitic gangster mind things, and honestly wish they had returned to the USA in a plastic bag instead.

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  3. 2nd part

    This American barbarity is nothing new, but the nuts and bolts of what America is, and always was.

    Syria and the endless fight between good and evil


    "As a Native American I have always maintained that there is no way that a country founded and built on lands stolen through genocide and built by slaves could ever be democratic, or free, or just. The sons and ancestors of European killers, drunkards and every perceivable scum that were expunged from Europe to found the “New World” and who then proceeded to exterminate the true oldest democracy on the planet (that which was developed by the Indians, the original inhabitants of what was called Turtle Island) can never be on moral high ground until they cleanse their own filth.

    This genocidal foundation and the building of the country by slaves are two more of America’s schisms. The slave issue has never been resolved or come to terms with but has led to a widespread psychosis-like state of endemic racism throughout the country’s society and is even reflected in their foreign policy. This institutionalized endemic racism affects the citizens of this country on every level every day, and having a president who is black has done nothing but muzzle dissent and silence the oppressed. This “black” president has led to a new schism in America."

    That just scratches the surface. It is this exact defectiveness of American society that has allowed the country to become the gofers for the most bigoted, elitest, buggers in world history. There is an old Scot saying that goes something like this:

    "If your son is smart and moral, set him up in Scotland, if he's stupid, but moral, set him up in London, if he's smart, but immoral, send him off to the USA. Same if he's stupid and immoral."

    The USA is the ideal vector for enforcement of zionazi/NWO world domination schemes because they, as a country, and a people, overwhelmingly accept the indoctrination of "right by bully exploitation". It's the essence of America as a country and a society. If one looks at the direction Europe, and the west in general, is taking, it is in this "American model" of depravity.

    They (the Americans) are victims of zionazi exploitation in the sense of their dumb criminal, total lack of values greed was taken advantage of by an even more valueless, fellow traveler. American "values" made for the ideal partner to zionazi/NWO aspirations. It wasn't just economics why the zionazis picked the USA to be their enforcer, they realised they had the closest they would find to their own mental depravity already deeply indoctrinated in the society as a whole.

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    1. thanks for leaving that bot tak

      I agree that the zionists and the American have much in common
      chosen and exceptionalism are the same/same
      and neither nation is!

  4. another Guantanamo inmate now working WITH the US

    A video posted in early August shows the funeral of ex-Guantanamo Bay detainee Mohammed al Alami, who was killed in Syria fighting alongside insurgents against the Syrian government.
    In the video, Alami, a Moroccan, is eulogized by a rebel leader, Sheik Abu Ahmad al Muhajir, who says Alami was a veteran of jihad in Afghanistan before he “went through hardship for the sake of God in the prison of the Americans in Guantánamo for five years.”
    Alami fought US-backed forces in Afghanistan after 9/11, then was captured by the Pakistani Army trying to flee the country. He was brought to Guantánamo from Afghanistan on Feb. 2, 2002, and repatriated Feb. 7, 2006. Records are not clear why Alami was released from Guantanamo, The Miami Herald reported.