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Failure In Iraq
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This may be where the Syrian terrs caught in Turkey got their sarin gas. Significance?

I never for 1 second bought the nonsense we went to war over WMD. However, for those who DID, I guess now that Saddam is gone, so is the WMD problem. Right?

http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2013/06/...n-america/
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(06-01-2013, 09:31 PM)Palladin Wrote: This may be where the Syrian terrs caught in Turkey got their sarin gas. Significance?

I never for 1 second bought the nonsense we went to war over WMD. However, for those who DID, I guess now that Saddam is gone, so is the WMD problem. Right?

http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2013/06/...n-america/

Both mustard and GB(sarin) are relatively straight forward and easy to make, with the right equipment. I doubt this is the only place where it was being produced. As for the possible model airplane use, perhaps mustard would work that way to a tiny extent, but certainly not GB, which is airborne and dissipates quickly. It has to be released in great quantity and up wind to be effective.

Now VX, that is the nerve agent of choice, provided you can get the labs to make it. Its complicated and hard to fabricate. But it is the real killer agent. And it can stick around on the scene for months.
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#23
(06-01-2013, 09:31 PM)Palladin Wrote: This may be where the Syrian terrs caught in Turkey got their sarin gas. Significance?

None, until we know how true is this story.

Keep in mind that the Iraqi government is allied with Iran and Syria and the story may be a fabrication intended to support Assad. Or it may be real. We don't know, but I strongly suspect that the US is not the only country in the world that is professionally involved in manufacturing evidence, there are other lowlifes out there... S6
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#24
MV,

Add in the Al Nusra terrs in Turkey caught with this stuff. It seems real to me after reading that.
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#25
SAS soldiers, down to the last 10 bullets between them, charged and defeated ISIS fighters with hand-to-hand combat. This is the second time the Brits have had to resort to man-to-man fighting when ammunition ran low. In 2004, Soldiers of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, successfully complete a bayonet charge against Shia fighters without suffering a single loss. Canadian infantry soldiers are still trained in hand-to-hand combat/bayonet fighting, how many other countries still do the same?

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#26
Impressive and I can't answer your question. It's necessary still obviously.

BTW, here's why post WWII US allies seem to always lose strategically. Our side is always for sale and is that coincidence?

http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/we-know-them-very-well-isis-living-among-civilians-in-liberated-mosul/ar-BBDA3e7?li=AA4Zpp&ocid=spartandhp
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