Gordon Duff Interview with PressTV: Is America about to attack Syria on fabricated evidence?
Who killed these innocent children and scores of others with a deadly nerve gas in Syria? Was it Bassar al-Assad, as the West claims? Or is Assad being framed for an attack that was actually carried out by his Western accusers?
They’re not wearing protective kit at all. Not a respirator, not a suit, not even protective gloves. People are being permitted to wander through the makeshift mortuaries at will, as well. These are not things you do unless you’re terminally stupid (which stupidity will be rapidly rewarded with a painful death) when dealing with nerve gas attacks.
The attack was assuredly NOT a nerve agent, or the rescuers would not be nearly so cavalier in their lack of protection. A military nerve agent was NOT in use in these attacks.
Note also the lack of damage to most of the corpses. They’re not contorted into strange shapes. They’re not blistered and burned, or even particularly disfigured. They haven’t foamed at the mouth, nor lost control of bladder and bowel (as nerve agent victims usually do). In fact, these people died very quickly indeed.
This is characteristic of a blood agent or even just a suffocating agent being used. The “gas” used could be as simple as a massive overdose of CS gas, as stockpiled by the Syrian police for riot control. This latter agent would be readily available to the rebels, and not so toxic to the users, either.
In short, situation normal here: we’re being lied to. Or rather, we’re being fed excited, overblown and mostly imaginary stories thought up by the Syrian rebels, repeated and trotted out without so much as a second thought by the press here. A moment’s though on the matter, such as “How do you decontaminate people that thoroughly in such primitive conditions?” would have exposed the lie.
As it happens, CS gas (actually a fine dust) decomposes readily in water, so all you need do to get rid of it is wash the victims in plenty of water. This explains the cavalier attitude of the medics and the fact that the site has been cleared so quickly and easily; the agent was CS, not a nerve agent at all.