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Syria False Flag - FSA Trained for Chemical Weapons
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[quote:duncog2012:MV8yMDcwNjU2XzM0ODQ2MzgzX0RFQUZGN0Iw] The mischief makers in Syria will be Zionist PTB. They will use the U.S. military, Nato and mercenary pimps to carry out their mission. You can be sure that Iran will be next. They, however, will not go "quietly into the night" this will be full scale war and will effect everyone on the planet. I believe TPTB want the world to be in full scale chaos and anarchy when the ELE occurs so that there will be fewer of us to give then a hard time in their bunkers. I can think of no other reason to pursue such an insane and unjust course. [/quote]
A little reminder that the FSA has been trained in the use of chemical weapons.
link to warsclerotic.wordpress.com
link to potentnews.com
link to shashankjoshi.wordpress.com
MSM, NATO, & Obama now talking up Assad mixing up Chemical Weapons.
link to security.blogs.cnn.com
link to www.3quarksdaily.com
link to www.bbc.co.uk
link to www.trinityafer.com
Three days of communications black out - who known's WTF happened during that time.
Will FSA use chem weapons to illicit a response from NATO to take out Assad?
Wait till you see masses foaming at the mouth on YouTube.
Shit's about to get real.
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