OPCW Lies Target Syria, Expose “International” Organizations
The Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) has recently accused the Syrian government of being behind yet another alleged “chemical attack” – this time an incident in 2018 in Saraqib.
The report itself admits no proper or conclusive investigation took place and exposes the OPCW as yet another compromised, politically-motivated “international organization.”
It is a cautionary example of how easily these “organizations” are compromised – and how the public should be cautious regarding how these organizations will be used to advance Western foreign policy objectives in regards to other conflict areas – including and especially Myanmar.
RT – The Syrian government has been blamed for the 2018 Saraqib chemical attack, but this time around India isn’t buying it:
OPCW – OPCW Releases Second Report by Investigation and Identification Team:
OPCW – SECOND REPORT BY THE OPCW INVESTIGATION AND IDENTIFICATION TEAM PURSUANT TO PARAGRAPH 10 OF DECISION C-SS-4/DEC.3 “ADDRESSING THE THREAT FROM CHEMICAL WEAPONS USE” SARAQIB (SYRIAN ARAB REPUBLIC) – 4 FEBRUARY 2018:
LD – The True Nature of Chemical Warfare – Lessons From the 1980’s Iran-Iraq War:
US Marine Corps – Lesson Learned: The Iran-Iraq War Volume 1:
RT – How Russia helped Syrian govt to regain control of country in 5-year op: