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Caitlin Johnstone ⏳ 10h
Establishment Narrative Managers Struggle With New Syria Plot Holes "So they’ve really got nothing. There's no actual argument to be made that the OPCW had any business keeping the public in the dark about a dissenting assessment about the Douma incident"
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Human Rights (HRI) 3h
Why would anyone believe anything the says when they have been caught out concealing their own expert's assessments, when they conceal key facts & evidence their report it is based on, when no one signs their report & no one comes out to answer questions on it?
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Human Rights (HRI) 4h
1) The OPCW Douma Report was built on the lie (below) that expert opinion was unanimous. 2) The leaked OPCW engineering sub-group report shows the whole event was staged: 3) Never trust the .
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Craig Murray May 20
The Missing Step - In Sweden, prosecutors have applied to the Swedish courts to issue a warrant for Julian's arrest. There is a tremendous back story to that simple statement. The European Arrest Warrant must be issued from one country to another by a
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Human Rights (HRI) 18h
In their report the OPCW's explanation for why they didn't perform autopsies is ridiculously obscure. So it might well be they weren't told where the bodies are but are covering this fact up - as they have been covering up so much more.
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Human Rights (HRI) 18h
Other reports suggest the bodies were buried by Jaish al-Islam. Another report quotes the former head of Syria's chemical weapons (a defector) as saying only 3-4 people know the site. .
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Human Rights (HRI) 18h
Maybe. There are conflicting reports. The White Helmet head said the bodies were buried quickly & secretly & the OPCW later informed of the location:
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Human Rights (HRI) 19h
I don't believe it is entirely clear that the Syrian government knows where the bodies have been buried or even whether the White Helmets have told the where they are.
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Human Rights (HRI) May 20
The Al Qaeda flag photo is from: Widely reported at the time. Of course, their buddies were, in many cases, driven by racism but that is something which is rarely alluded to.
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Human Rights (HRI) May 19
Replying to @2ndNewMoon @martinrw
Yes, looks that way. Numerous inconsistencies & not even spell checked. eg CYLINER instead of CYLINDER.
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Women For Palestine May 19
Iceland’s member posted on Instagram how security at confiscated their flags👇🏻
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Human Rights (HRI) May 19
Was the / NYT trajectory theory for Ghouta a small mistake?
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Human Rights (HRI) May 19
Are you certain the guys who sent you the videos & photos from the scene of the cylinders in Douma were genuine and correct?
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Jonathan Cook May 17
Caitlin Johnstone on how the OPCW withheld information to deceive us about the most likely perpetrators of last year's deadly chemical attack in Syria (our friends, the jihadists) – and how the media are now assisting them in the continuing the deception
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Human Rights (HRI) May 18
Replying to @KenRoth
Human Rights Watch have been consistently lying about Syria to encourage military intervention & downplaying the genocidal actions & intent of sectarian Sunni extremists:
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Susan Sarandon May 18
Replying to @RVAwonk @im_PULSE and 4 others
Where is the statement from OPCW that Ian Henderson’s report is just his personal dissenting opinion? The only statement I’ve seen is this one they gave saying they’re looking into how his report got leaked.
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Robert Stuart May 18
I trust you'll be approaching the two leading authorities on this case and
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Human Rights (HRI) May 18
You'd think in all those 92 pages they could have fitted in the dimensions of the cylinder with harness & valve. Or a mention of their own engineering sub-group report or at least not tried to pretend the expert view was unanimous.
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Human Rights (HRI) May 18
The full OPCW Final Report doesn't really include measurements to allow us to verify their statement that the cylinder could fit through the hole though does it. And that is a report, not an executive summary.
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Susan Sarandon May 17
This is really important. Why aren’t we talking about it? "We may have just discovered a major piece of the puzzle explaining how seemingly independent international organizations help deceive us into consenting to wars and regime change interventionism around the world."
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