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Syrian chemical attack is done by contractors, and then blamed Syrian government.

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  1. servantx

    servantx Well-Known Member

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    On 29th of Jan 2013, a mailonline.uk newspaper article exposed US backed plan to launch chemical weapon and the US blamed Syrian government.

    The details of the UK defence contractor company emails, identities of the false flag agents etc has been hacked by hackers and exposed online. Within 24 hours, this article was took down from the net by unknown party.

    However, the internet archive had cached a copy of the article. Look at the link below.

    U.S. 'planned to launch chemical weapon attack on Syria and blame it on Assad' | Mail Online
     
  2. servantx

    servantx Well-Known Member

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    Copy of the article below in case of archive document deleted by PRISM.

     
  3. servantx

    servantx Well-Known Member

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    servantx Well-Known Member

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    Video analysis of further hard evidence

     
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    servantx Well-Known Member

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    Syrian rebels in the Damascus suburb of Ghouta admitted to a reporter that they were responsible for last month’s chemical weapons incident which western powers have blamed on Bashar Al-Assad’s forces, revealing that the casualties were the result of an accident caused by rebels mishandling chemical weapons provided to them by Saudi Arabia.

    Despite the fact that the report was written by credible Associated Press and BBC correspondent Dale Gavlak, it has received virtually zero mainstream attention

     
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  7. RainmanTime

    RainmanTime 70,000 Tachyons

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    Oh really? So you are telling me that the Rothschilds own the central bank of China?

    Do tell...

    RMT
     
  8. Syzygy

    Syzygy Well-Known Member

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  9. servantx

    servantx Well-Known Member

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    Yet another faithful martyr of Christ in Syria, not bowing down to Al-Qaida rebels.

    "Another resident in the village, speaking anonymously, told the Daily Telegraph that his neighbour was slaughtered in his home, and that rebels had tried to ’force a man to convert to Islam."

    Christians flee Syria village that speaks the language of Jesus - Telegraph

    BEIRUT — Syrian troops launched an offensive Monday against rebel-held positions on hills overlooking a mainly Christian village as they moved to regain control of the ancient community near the capital, Damascus, activists said.

    Meanwhile, Belgian writer Pierre Piccinin who was freed Sunday after four months of captivity in Syria said upon his return to Europe that he and his fellow captive, Italian journalist Domenico Quirico, were certain that the Assad regime was not responsible for the Aug. 21 chemical attack.

    America's Christians mobilize against Syria strike ahead of Hill votes - NBC Politics
     
  10. Einstein

    Einstein Well-Known Member

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    I think the war mongers are too busy waging war over there to realize what's going on. I mean any reason at all, is all that is necessary to wage war over there. So maybe the Rothchilds are behind it all. Personally, I just look at it as if someone is helping the trash take out the trash. What a unique war strategy on terrorism.
     
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    RainmanTime 70,000 Tachyons

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    That's all fine and good, but I did ask if Rothschilds owned the CENTRAL bank in China. Central banks are usually owned by the country of origin. They are subject to the ruling force of that country. And given how China refuses to peg its currency, and instead lets it float, I am not sure there is anything in such policy for the Rothschilds except uncertainty.

    RMT
     
  12. Syzygy

    Syzygy Well-Known Member

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    To rule is to rule.

    Do your own homework.

    After all,

    fond as you are of the word paradigm,

    you might deduce the destabilization of currencies

    as the creation of a convenient problem,

    a lame excuse,

    for an undesirable non-solution:

    the establishment of a global currency.
     
  13. servantx

    servantx Well-Known Member

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    “Give me control over a nations currency, and I care not who makes its laws” – Baron M.A. Rothschild

    ROTHSCHILD OWNED BANKS:

    Afghanistan: Bank of Afghanistan

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    Bangladesh: Bangladesh Bank

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    Belgium: National Bank of Belgium

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  14. servantx

    servantx Well-Known Member

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    Rothschilds are firmly embedded in China

    Rothschild in China, Japan & Korea | GFA Office Locations |Hong Kong - Shanghai - Beijing - Seoul - Tokyo

    Rothschild’s long-standing presence in China dates back to 1838, and we were one of the first business institutions from the Western world to re-establish relations after 1953.

    Our offices in Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong give us direct access to the Chinese market. Our locally based team of advisory bankers commands an in-depth knowledge of the country’s economic development and the challenges facing its industries.

    Through many years advising China’s multinationals, state-owned and private enterprises, we have developed an exceptional understanding of the local regulatory and market environment. Our team is skilled at bridging the cultural gaps that sometimes exist between the managements of foreign and local companies.

    Senior bankers lead every assignment from start to finish, ensuring that all clients benefit from Rothschild’s intellectual capital and global network of contacts and industry sector expertise.

    In the wider north Asia region, we advise on cross-border transactions concerning Korean companies through our strategic partnership with Samsung Securities, and on those concerning Japanese companies through our strategic partnership with Global Advisory Japan.

    Our notable assignments include advising the acquisition by Geely Auto of Volvo, the merger of China Netcom and China Unicom, the sale of Lehman Brothers’ Asian assets to Nomura, and Rusal’s IPO on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.

    http://opeconomica.com/2011/01/28/jennifer-yu-leads-rothschilds-china-push/

    When Jennifer Yu, Rothschild’s top executive in China, wanted the firm to advise Chinese carmaker Zhejiang Geely on its bid for Volvo, some colleagues at the bank’s headquarters in Europe were skeptical. A senior banker asked her how a “mouse” like Geely could swallow an “elephant” like Volvo. “There’s a dragon behind this mouse, and it’s China,” Yu recalls answering. She and the team handling Geely won the argument, and Geely won the bidding. It completed the takeover of Volvo from Ford Motor (F) for more than $1.3 billion on Aug. 2.

    Rothschild, the more-than-200-year-old family-controlled banking dynasty, is making a big move in China, and Yu is leading the charge. It plans to add 15 merger advisers there by March, giving it 55 in all, more than any foreign investment bank, says Olivier Pecoux, co-chief executive officer of Rothschild. Today, the merger business in China is still relatively small. So far this year, China has accounted for about 9 percent of the $1.1 trillion in deals around the globe, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. The potential, though, is enormous. China has $2.5 trillion in untapped foreign currency reserves and is mandating that state-owned companies expand abroad to secure natural resources such as oil and metals. “The economic balance of power has already changed, and it is moving to the East,” says Yu, whose title is head of greater China. “There will be an increasing number of Western companies selling assets to China.”

    The firm hopes to build on the momentum of the Geely deal, which catapulted it to No. 8 among merger advisers in China so far this year, from 19th in 2009, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. That’s nine places higher than Rothschild’s ranking in North America, where it employs 150 bankers. Rothschild this year helped Royal Dutch Shell (RDSA) on its joint $3.1 billion bid for Brisbane (Australia)-based Arrow Energy with PetroChina (PTR), (RDSA) China’s biggest offshore energy explorer. Rothschild is advising Beijing-based Citic Securities, the mainland’s largest brokerage by market value, on creating a global equity brokerage with France’s Crédit Agricole. “Clearly, under the leadership of Jennifer, and with the support of the senior management team, we are making meaningful progress in China,” Chairman David de Rothschild writes in an email.

    Rothschilds are firmly embedded in China | Follow The Money
     
  15. Syzygy

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    Don't you think Soros,

    their agent,

    looks related to them, servantx?

    RMT, wasn't it nice of her to finish your homework?
     
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    servantx Well-Known Member

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    Back to the main issue.

    Rebels kidnapped many international journalists so that they cannot report to the world about the plan of the rebels using chemical attack to get foreign military intervention.

    "Another 13 journalists are still believed to be missing in Syria, according to Reporters Without Borders."

    Chemical attack was Syria rebel provocation, former hostages say — RT News

    Video/photo evidence of rebels arming up a chemical warhead.

    [​IMG]
     
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    servantx Well-Known Member

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    This news source is about Rebels' with capacity of launching BM-21 Grad rockets, back in 8th Aug 2013 Syrian rebels capture 11 villages near Assad’s hometown, Alawite heartland | World Tribune

    This second news source is on Syrian rebels with Al-Qaeda seized weapon depot near Damascus, getting ground to ground Grad Missiles. The article was published in 3rd Aug 2013, and the original news source comes from AP and AFP. Both of the news (and the previous post) are dated a few days before the Chemical Weapon attack on 21st Aug, showing Al-Qaeda and rebels had capacity to launch the missiles.

    Syrian rebels seize arms depot near Damascus | The Times of Israel

    This third news source said UN inspectors were requested by the Syrian government to check out chemical weapons in rebels' hands back in May 2013.

    UN's Carla Del Ponte says there is evidence rebels 'may have used sarin' in Syria - Middle East - World - The Independent

    This video shows the capacity of Syrian Rebels and Al-Qaeda building chemical weapons with support from possible foreign allies behind the chemical attacks.

     
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