Questions You Should be Asking the World Around You
Anytime an MSM news article starts with “In a misty cave long forgotten on a faraway land somewhere ago,” it’s going to be filled with fiction. The BBC published an article about a professor Paul McKeigue yesterday, claiming that this professor received missives from an impostor pretending to be a Russian spy. It was the BBC’s attempt at covering up the massive chemical weapons blunder in 2017.
In 2017, the intelligence community released a report claiming that Assad had used chemical weapons on a village called Khan Shaykhun. The intent was to use this report as a blanket justification for every previous allegation of chemical weapons use, and to use this as political leverage to gain the public’s approval for a ground invasion on Syria.
I mean if you really think about it, why would we care what happens in the espionage world? I just want to find peace and happiness.
But the invasion inevitably failed to manifest, and it was solely due to the fact that the intelligence community’s plan completely backfired. That’s my proof.
But because I’m just a nobody who observes the corruption in the news, I’m going to need a credible source. Someone much more knowledgeable with weapons and someone with a PHD. Here is Theodore Postol on the Syrian Chemical attacks. Postol is a Professor Emeritus of science, technology, and national security policy from MIT.
In short, the chemical attacks were perpetrated by the Free Syrian army(FSA), Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), and AlQueda (backed by the UKGov and the USGov).
By the looks of things, the BBC is trying to drop hints to the public that there is an organization called the Commission for International Justice and Accountability (CIJA), and that this fake non governmental organization (NGO) is somehow trustworthy and totally not connected to the military at all.
They are compiling a slew of fake torture documents collected from jihadists in Syria.
The BBC is trying to get ahead of all of this by discrediting, dehumanizing, and delegitimizing Professor McKeigue.
They don’t like it when people point out their blunders. It’s insulting to them and gets in the way of their profits.
A professor who seeks to investigate the military’s official narrative is somehow bad for the people, and yet the words and statements of ISIS jihadists are somehow good for the UK.
We haven’t completely left clown world behind just yet.
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