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PostSubject: John Kerry (Nee' Cohen) demands immediate airstrikes on Syria   Wed Aug 28, 2013 6:10 pm

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Attack Syria First, Get Facts Later
August 28, 2013
Secretary of State Kerry’s move to shut down or preempt a UN probe of alleged chemical weapons attacks inside Syria suggests that the U.S. doesn’t want facts to undermine its case for launching a retaliatory strike, an attitude reminiscent of George W. Bush’s behavior on Iraq, Gareth Porter writes for Inter Press Service.


By Gareth Porter

After initially insisting that Syria give United Nations investigators unimpeded access to the site of an alleged nerve gas attack, the administration of President Barack Obama reversed its position on Sunday and tried unsuccessfully to get the U.N. to call off its investigation.

The administration’s reversal, which came within hours of the deal reached between Syria and the U.N., was reported by the Wall Street Journal on Monday and was effectively confirmed by a State Department spokesperson later that day.


Secretary of State John Kerry delivering remarks on the crisis in Syria. (State Department photo)
In his press appearance on Monday, Secretary of State John Kerry, who intervened with U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon to call off the investigation, dismissed the U.N. investigation as coming too late to obtain valid evidence on the attack that Syrian opposition sources claimed killed as many 1,300 people.

The sudden reversal and overt hostility toward the U.N. investigation, which coincides with indications that the administration is planning a major military strike against Syria in the coming days, suggests that the administration sees the U.N. as hindering its plans for an attack.

Kerry asserted that he had warned Syrian Foreign Minister Moallem last Thursday that Syria had to give the U.N. team immediate access to the site and stop the shelling there, which he said was “systematically destroying evidence”. He called the Syria-U.N. deal to allow investigators unrestricted access “too late to be credible”.

After the deal was announced on Sunday, however, Kerry pushed Ban in a phone call to call off the investigation completely. The Wall Street Journal reported the pressure on Ban without mentioning Kerry by name. It said unnamed “U.S. officials” had told the secretary-general that it was “no longer safe for the inspectors to remain in Syria and that their mission was pointless.”

But Ban, who has generally been regarded as a pliable instrument of U.S. policy, refused to withdraw the U.N. team and instead “stood firm on principle,” the Journal reported. He was said to have ordered the U.N. inspectors to “continue their work”.

The Journal said “U.S. officials” also told the secretary-general that the United States “didn’t think the inspectors would be able to collect viable evidence due to the passage of time and damage from subsequent shelling.”

The State Department spokesperson, Marie Harf, confirmed to reporters that Kerry had spoken with Ban over the weekend. She also confirmed the gist of the U.S. position on the investigation. “We believe that it’s been too long and there’s been too much destruction of the area for the investigation to be credible,” she said.

That claim echoed a statement by an unnamed “senior official” to the Washington Post on Sunday that the evidence had been “significantly corrupted” by the regime’s shelling of the area.

“[W]e don’t at this point have confidence that the U.N. can conduct a credible inquiry into what happened,” said Harf, “We are concerned that the Syrian regime will use this as a delay tactic to continue shelling and destroying evidence in the area.”

Harf did not explain, however, how the Syrian agreement to a ceasefire and unimpeded access to the area of the alleged chemical weapons attack could represent a continuation in “shelling and destroying evidence.”

Despite the U.S. effort to portray the Syrian government policy as one of “delay,” the formal request from the United Nations for access to the site did not go to the Syrian government until Angela Kane, U.N. High Representative for Disarmament Affairs, arrived in Damascus on Saturday, as Ban’s spokesman, Farhan Haq, conceded in a briefing in New York on Tuesday.

Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Muallem said in a press conference Tuesday that Syria had not been asked by the United Nations for access to the East Ghouta area until Kane presented it on Saturday. Syria agreed to provide access and to a ceasefire the following day.

U.N. spokesman Haq sharply disagreed with the argument made by Kerry and the State Department that it was too late to obtain evidence of the nature of the Aug. 21 incident. “Sarin can be detected for up to months after its use,” he said.

Specialists on chemical weapons also suggested in interviews with IPS that the U.N. investigating team, under a highly regarded Swedish specialist Ake Sellstom and including several experts borrowed from the Organisation for the Prevention of Chemical Weapons, should be able to either confirm or disprove the charge of an attack with nerve or another chemical weapon within a matter of days.

Ralph Trapp, a consultant on proliferation of chemical and biological weapons, said he was “reasonably confident” that the U.N. team could clarify what had happened.

“They can definitely answer the question [of] whether there was a chemical attack, and they can tell which chemical was used,” he said, by collecting samples from blood, urine and hair of victims. There was even “some chance” of finding chemical residue from ammunition pieces or craters where they landed. Trapp said it would take “several days” to complete an analysis.

Steve Johnson, who runs a program in chemical, biological and radiological weapons forensics at Cranfield University in the United Kingdom, said that by the end of the week the U.N. might be able to answer whether “people died of a nerve agent.” Johnson said the team, if pushed, could produce “some kind of view” on that issue within 24 to 48 hours.

Dan Kastesza, a 20-year veteran of the U.S. Army Chemical Corps and a former adviser to the White House on chemical and biological weapons proliferation, told IPS the team will not be looking for traces of the nerve gas sarin in blood samples but rather chemicals produced when sarin degrades.

But Kastesza said that once samples arrive at laboratories, specialists could make a determination “in a day or two” about whether a nerve agent or other chemical weapons had been used.

The real reason for the Obama administration’s hostility toward the U.N. investigation appears to be the fear that the Syrian government’s decision to allow the team access to the area indicates that it knows that U.N. investigators will not find evidence of a nerve gas attack.

The administration’s effort to discredit the investigation recalls the George W. Bush administration’s rejection of the position of U.N. inspectors in 2002 and 2003 after they found no evidence of any weapons of mass destruction in Iraq and the administration’s refusal to give inspectors more time to fully rule out the existence of an active Iraqi WMD program.

In both cases, the administration had made up its mind to go to war and wanted no information that could contradict that policy to arise.

Gareth Porter, an investigative historian and journalist specialising in U.S. national security policy, received the UK-based Gellhorn Prize for journalism for 2011 for articles on the U.S. war in Afghanistan. [This article was originally published by Inter Press Service.]

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PostSubject: Re: John Kerry (Nee' Cohen) demands immediate airstrikes on Syria   Wed Aug 28, 2013 8:21 pm

Jho is the head Chosen at United Chosen Nations? That Jewgro Kweasy MaBooty or some such?
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PostSubject: Re: John Kerry (Nee' Cohen) demands immediate airstrikes on Syria   Wed Aug 28, 2013 9:17 pm

Ban Ki-Moon (Korean) is head of UN. (A Korean is also head of World Bank).

Well it's good that Kerry is getting the chance to do great things. Shocked 
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PostSubject: Re: John Kerry (Nee' Cohen) demands immediate airstrikes on Syria   Wed Aug 28, 2013 9:21 pm

Kerry just proves jews can go from bleeding heart liberal to bloodthirsty hawk on a dime.

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PostSubject: Re: John Kerry (Nee' Cohen) demands immediate airstrikes on Syria   Fri Aug 30, 2013 4:29 am

wag wrote:
Kerry just proves jews can go from bleeding heart liberal to bloodthirsty hawk on a dime.
Neither a bleeding heart or a hawk. Just a Skull & Bones jew who got used to masquerading as a future 'statesman'.
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PostSubject: Re: John Kerry (Nee' Cohen) demands immediate airstrikes on Syria   Fri Aug 30, 2013 7:11 am

British Parlement voted against Intervention in Syria.

THe US is on its own if it wants to attack

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PostSubject: Re: John Kerry (Nee' Cohen) demands immediate airstrikes on Syria   Fri Aug 30, 2013 7:43 am

Yonnies brother knew he was a Jew long before Yonnie did.



They knew their parents were liars, but they didnt know how far back those lies actually went. Now they do and they're comfortable with it. Didnt skip a beat.
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PostSubject: Re: John Kerry (Nee' Cohen) demands immediate airstrikes on Syria   Fri Aug 30, 2013 8:24 am

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Ban Ki-Moon (Korean) is head of UN.  (A Korean is also head of World Bank).
 
Banki? Sound Zogian. What does Laroache (j/k) say about him. Big money Koreans have been sucking zog tit with north south conflict forever. Banki be all over the Syrian gassum investigation I betcha.
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PostSubject: Re: John Kerry (Nee' Cohen) demands immediate airstrikes on Syria   Fri Aug 30, 2013 8:27 am

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The real reason for the Obama administration’s hostility toward the U.N. investigation appears to be the fear that the Syrian government’s decision to allow the team access to the area indicates that it knows that U.N. investigators will not find evidence of a nerve gas attack.
Jou used to be able to find infrequent jnews articles about CIA stating no weapons capability in Iraq. While
Booshie was trying to destroy them with Weapons of Mass Distraction claim.


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PostSubject: Re: John Kerry (Nee' Cohen) demands immediate airstrikes on Syria   Fri Aug 30, 2013 12:33 pm

Vidarr wrote:
British Parlement voted against Intervention in Syria.

THe US is on its own if it wants to attack
We were almost on our when Bush-a-boob wanted a attack although Michele Moor reveled that we were being provided with millions of monkeys by one of the Coalition of the Willing. Bush went all the way with the Orwellianism... Obooba does it light...

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"As a leader, my first and foremost priority is the welfare of all the nation's citizens." Evil? Then, fuck you everybody. wag...
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PostSubject: Re: John Kerry (Nee' Cohen) demands immediate airstrikes on Syria   Fri Aug 30, 2013 12:37 pm

bpocatch wrote:
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The real reason for the Obama administration’s hostility toward the U.N. investigation appears to be the fear that the Syrian government’s decision to allow the team access to the area indicates that it knows that U.N. investigators will not find evidence of a nerve gas attack.
Jou used to be able to find infrequent jnews articles about CIA stating no weapons capability in Iraq.  While
Booshie was trying to destroy them with Weapons of Mass Distraction claim.


I think they sometimes still tell people that.... But yah they are trying to cover up the war as of the fact of that peeps will get dajavow. And realize they do the same shit over and over again.

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PostSubject: Re: John Kerry (Nee' Cohen) demands immediate airstrikes on Syria   Fri Aug 30, 2013 11:04 pm

bpocatch wrote:

 
Banki? Sound Zogian.   What does Laroache (j/k) say about him.  Big money Koreans have been sucking zog tit with north south conflict forever.  Banki be all over the Syrian gassum investigation I betcha.[/quote]
Heh. IMF/World Bank obviously Bankster tools, LaRouche hasn't gone into detail w/Banki but did do articles re Sun Myung-Bean Moon. BTW does Moon = Korean Illuminati name? Local area full of Koreans, never seen a "Moon" among their names.
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PostSubject: Re: John Kerry (Nee' Cohen) demands immediate airstrikes on Syria   Fri Aug 30, 2013 11:13 pm

Yeah the moonies. That conservative Reverend moon who funded the wash times.

Where is that damb chin when you need him? Fetch some more tea and remind who was that cat eater that had a following called moonies?me
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PostSubject: Re: John Kerry (Nee' Cohen) demands immediate airstrikes on Syria   Sat Aug 31, 2013 9:19 am

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wag wrote:
Kerry just proves jews can go from bleeding heart liberal to bloodthirsty hawk on a dime.
Neither a bleeding heart or a hawk. Just a Skull & Bones jew who got used to masquerading as a future 'statesman'.
True.  Every man has his own integrity.  It's either expressed outwardly, where we call it integrity, or it's expressed inwardly, where the outside is all fake, as with how jews exist.

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PostSubject: Re: John Kerry (Nee' Cohen) demands immediate airstrikes on Syria   Fri Sep 13, 2013 11:25 pm

wag wrote:
Every man has his own integrity.  It's either expressed outwardly, where we call it integrity, or it's expressed inwardly, where the outside is all fake, as with how jews exist.
Jews fake the basis of how they exist because everything about it is inherently in deadly enmity with how we exist.

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