Thursday, September 5, 2013

Syria Chemical Syria Chemical Weapons Came From John Kerry,CIA Al Qaeda Allies In Turkey

Syria Chemical Weapons Came From John Kerry,CIA Al Qaeda Allies In Turkey

Thursday, September 05, 2013


The chemical weapons used in 'the gas attack in Damascus' were transported from Turkey.

This is according to Mohamad Gunes, a former member of a city council in the Turkish province of Hatay.

Chemical weapons sent from Turkey to Syria: Former Turkish provincial official

Gunes says: "Four months ago, Turkish security forces found a two-kilogram cylinder with sarin gas after searching the homes of Syrian militants from the al-Qaeda and al-Nusra.
"They are using our borders to take the gas into Syria.

People in the southern province, which borders Syria, said that the weapons were used by the al-Qaeda-linked al-Nusra Front militants.

Farid Mainy, a Hatay resident, says: "America and Israel had al-Qaeda use chemical weapons in order to push us into war; none of us wants war here. 

"In the history of Hatay, we all lived peacefully side by side, now there is Mossad, CIA and al-Qaeda all over the place. 

"We are worried that they might use chemical weapons against us," says an activist.

Turkey's leader, Recep Erdogan, who is believed to be a crypto-Jew.

Frank Gregory Ford, a former U.S. intelligence agent, writes:

"I saw canisters, bombs, of VX/GF (chemical weapons) in storage in Iraq.

"They were tagged showing they were shipped there from Ft. Rucker, Alabama by the Carlyle Group

"These chemical weapons have been outlawed internationally..."

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Mr Nasty

Israel needs another false flag.

Recently, "Israel 'test fired' two missiles from the central Mediterranean and sent them on a course which would have crossed the location where American ships are currently stationed. 
"One of the missiles triggered the incoming threat detection on one of the U.S. destroyers and was shot down. There is no word of what happened to the second missile, but from the chatter it could be guessed that it malfunctioned en route to the U.S. ships."

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