2 jul

Terrorattack i Damaskus –
almasdarnews.com – In Pictures: Three blasts rock the Syrian capital as battles rage in the northeastern suburbs

Two vehicles exploded near the Airport Roundabout located in the far eastern flanks of Damascus while the third one made it to central downtown. Chased by security forces, the suicide bomber blew up his vehicle in al-Tahrir Square.
The explosions killed 19 and injured at least 20 others, mostly civilians.

Inte oväntat, eftersom USA i stort sett har bett om det, kommer nya påståenden om användning av kemiska vapen –
almasdarnews.com – Free Syrian Army accuses Syrian Army of a new chemical attack

sana.sy – Russian Coordination Center: Syrian Army never used chemical weapons in Ein Tarma

För två dagar sen kom FN-organet OPCW (Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons) med en rapport om händelsen med kemiska vapen den 4 april i år. Man säger sig slå fast att sarin eller en sarinliknande substans använts. Men, det visar sig att undersökningsgruppen inte varit på den aktuella platsen, Khan Sheikhun, säkerligen beroende på att de väpnade grupperna fortfarande ockuperar området. Man har alltså fått proverna från dessa grupper, t.ex. White Helmets. Denna rapport kan alltså inte ha något värde. Det finns alla möjligheter att de har manipulerat proverna.

reuters.com – Chemical weapons watchdog says sarin used in April attack in Syria

The mission was unable to visit the site itself due to security concerns and will not attempt to get there, the head of the OPCW was said to have decided

globalresearch.ca – Ex-Weapons Inspector: Trump’s Sarin Claims Built on ‘Lie’ Scott Ritter takes on White House Syria attack claims

The organization responsible for overseeing this forensic testing was the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, or OPCW. Through its work, the OPCW has determined that the nerve agent Sarin, or a “Sarin-like substance,” was used at Khan Sheikhun, a result that would seemingly compensate for both the lack of a bomb and the amateurish theatrics of the rescuers.
The problem, however, is that the OPCW is in no position to make the claim it did. One of the essential aspects of the kind of forensic investigation carried out by organizations such as the OPCW—namely the application of scientific methods and techniques to the investigation of a crime—is the concept of “chain of custody” of any samples that are being evaluated. This requires a seamless transition from the collection of the samples in question, the process of which must be recorded and witnessed, the sealing of the samples, the documentation of the samples, the escorted transportation of the samples to the laboratory, the confirmation and breaking of the seals under supervision, and the subsequent processing of the samples, all under supervision of the OPCW. Anything less than this means the integrity of the sample has been compromised—in short, there is no sample.
The OPCW acknowledges that its personnel did not gain access to Khan Sheikhun at any time. However, the investigating team states that it used connections with “parties with knowledge of and connections to the area in question,” to gain access to samples that were collected by “non governmental organizations (NGOs)” which also provided representatives to be interviewed, and videos and images for the investigating team to review. The NGO used by the OPCW was none other than the White Helmets.
The process of taking samples from a contaminated area takes into consideration a number of factors designed to help create as broad and accurate a picture of the scene of the incident itself as well as protect the safety of the person taking the sample as well as the integrity of the crime scene itself (i.e., reduce contamination). There is no evidence that the White Helmets have received this kind of specialized training required for the taking of such samples. Moreover, the White Helmets are not an extension of the OPCW—under no circumstances could any samples taken by White Helmet personnel and subsequently turned over to the OPCW be considered viable in terms of chain of custody. This likewise holds true for any biomedical samples evaluated by the OPCW—all such samples were either taken from victims who had been transported to Turkish hospitals, or provided by non-OPCW personnel in violation of chain of custody.

sana.sy – Foreign Ministry: OPCW report on Khan Sheikhoun incident has no credibility and cannot be accepted

rt.com – ‘No credibility’: Syrian govt blasts OPCW report, denies latest rebel gas attack claims

sputniknews.com – OPCW’s Syrian Sarin Gas Report Based on Doubtful Data – Russian Foreign Ministry

Unfortunately, we are forced to state on the first reading of the document that its conclusions are still based on very doubtful data,” the Russian ministry’s information and press department said.
It noted that the OPCW’s data was ”obtained from the same opposition and the same notorious NGOs of the White Helmet type, and not at the site of the tragedy but in a certain ‘neighboring country’.”
”Therefore, it is not surprising that the content of the OPCW special mission’s report is largely biased, suggesting the presence of a political order in this structure’s activity,” the ministry said

Nu ska en annan grupp ta vid och försöka fastställa vem som är skyldig till den påstådda kemvapenhändelsen den 4 april, där svensken Åke Sellström ska ingå. Han var med i den grupp som kom till Damaskus kring den 20 augusti 2013 på Syriens begäran för att undersöka en attack med kemiska vapen som hade ägt rum på våren det året, och som Syrien sade sig ha bevis för att de väpnade grupperna utfört. Dagen efter, innan de hade hunnit börja sitt arbete, inträffade den stora kemvapenhändelsen utanför Damaskus som var nära att leda till ett massivt angrepp från västmakterna mot Syrien. Sellström och hans grupp hann aldrig ta sig an den uppgift de kommit till Syrien för, de fick ju syssla med den nya händelsen. I en intervju senare den hösten när Sellström drog sig tillbaka från det uppdraget sa han att de inte kunnat slå fast vem som var skyldig.

I en intervju på Sveriges Radio i början av maj i år sa Sellström så här om 4 april-händelsen –

Åke Sellström, som har sin bakgrund i Försvarets forskningsinstitut FOI, var den som ledde FN:s utredning efter gasattacken 2013 i Syrien. Det som gör det svårt att fastslå skuldläget, säger han, är att situationen är så politiserad och att det är så mycket propaganda i luften.
– ”P3” som vi säger i FN, alltså England, Frankrike och USA, vill ju svartmåla regimen så mycket det bara går för att bli av med diktatorn Assad, medan Ryssland och kanske Iran och några till har ett intresse av att behålla en fot i det framtida Syrien, säger Sellström.
– Att svartmåla regimen mer än vad man redan gjort minskar ju chanserna för att Assad ska ha något att säga till om i framtiden.

Så hur ska det gå med den här nya utredningen? Det finns knappast på kartan att de ska tillåtas komma fram till att det var en iscensatt, false flag-händelse.

Om artikeln av Seymour Hersh som togs upp i föregående inlägg –
proletaren.se – Därför skickade Trump missiler mot Syrien – källor i maktens korridorer berättar

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