Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Updated: Did Qatar fund the smuggling
of Libyan poison gas shells to Syria?

Doha Qatar at night

On August 21, 2012 President Obama unfortunately gave his redline for Syria which everyone seems to be taking advantage. Whether Obama is likely to back down from a Syrian confrontation, especially with the Republic hawks advocating remains to be seen...
"We cannot have a situation where chemical or biological weapons are falling into the hands of the wrong people," Obama told reporters at the White House. "We have been very clear to the Assad regime -- but also to other players on the ground -- that a red line for us is we start seeing a whole bunch of chemical weapons moving around or being utilized.

"That would change my calculus; that would change my equation."Obama added that U.S. officials are monitoring the situation "very carefully" and have put together a number of contingency plans.

Saudi support for Syrian rebels shaped by tribal, religious ties"We have communicated in no uncertain terms with every player in the region that that's a red line for us and that there would be enormous consequences if we start seeing movement on the chemical weapons front or the use of chemical weapons."

Obama's remarks appeared to ratchet up his stance on the matter."
I was sent an archive of documents yesterday from two separate sources that originated in January 2013 hack of a Malaysian server by a hacker who goes by the pseudonym of JAsIrx.  Inside the archive is an interesting internal email from the British military contracting company Britam.  Its not a new find, its been floating in the Internet for some time now, and probably not coincidental I get it from two apparently unconnected sources on the same day. Notice the date on the email, December 24, 2012...just four months after Obama committed to going to war in Syria over chemical weapons.

I am not going to publish the entire archive much if it is mundane material about guarding Iraqi oil fields for oil companies, and war gaming exercises in Qatar, and employee details that are not relevant to this moment of now.  In fact most of the archive doesn't prove much of anything other than they were a Haliburton subcontractor and an apparent direct contractor to Qatar. 

If the document is real, it only proves Qatar offered them money, it doesn't directly prove they pulled it off.  To stretch an analogy past its breaking point, a man offering a woman money for sex isn't proof she's a prostitute, its only proof she's attractive. She can always refuse and walk away. But morals are often bent for the right price in this world...

Its well known that Qatar and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) have been funding Syrian rebels and funneling Jihadis into the area. Qatar and KSA want to build a natural gas pipeline through Syria to Turkey to sell oil into the European market.  This is also the reason why Russia has a huge interest in protecting Syria because its near monopoly on natural gas supplies to Europe would be threatened by a near east natural gas pipeline.  

Russia Today had this article 5 days ago. "US going against democratic values in Syria to protect its oil industry"

The UK paper the Telegraph ran a story today confirming what my military contact told me yesterday that Saudi Arabia, through KSA Intelligence head Prince Bandar,  offered Putin a special deal with OPEC, and also offered a guarantee of no Chechen attacks during the Russian Olympics if they stay out of Syria.  It seems KSA is learning from the Israelis about screwing their own allies (US) when its convenient.

You can read about that here:

There are images of Ukrainian passports in the archive I received as well as an image of Philip Doughty's passport.  But again it does prove they did it, nor has the movie they were purported asked to make yet surfaced implicating the Russians via the Ukrainian actors...

You might want to be on the lookout for these faces below on any purported "Russian Poison Gas Experts" in Syria videos that might come out in the coming days. These men all work for Britam.  I wouldn't normally publish passport photos but the stakes are pretty high in the world right now...

You can read about the hacked data here:

And the debunking sites blaming it on Iran, Syria, etc...;wap2

The Israeli link in the reports of gas attacks
This article poses some questions about Israel's involvement and their desire to bring Iran into the conflict

...and Israel has natural gas deposits of its we have a weird nexus of KSA, Qatar and Iraeli interests when it comes to Syria?

Oh and lest we forget the cream on the frothing angst ridden latte cup of turmoil in Syria,  its also the retirement home of former Jesuit "Black Pope" Peter-Hans Kolvenbach!  He retired to the "near east" to help the peace in that region.... how's that working out Peter? Oh I know when I think peace and retirement the first thing that pops in my mind is Syria... just sayin' as my friend D. says...

Ben Fulford wrote on August 21, 2012: "It appears to be no coincidence that former black pope Peter Hans Kolvenbach chose to retire in Syria."

Ben Fulford wrote on September 11, 2012: "The starting point for this will be the Middle East, Peter Hans Kolvenbach’s base of operations. Kolvenbach was recently spotted in Tripoli [Libya for the geographically impaired] with Giorgio Balestrieri, a Senior P2 Lodge member and one of the mid-level planners of the 911 terror attack on New York, MI5 says.

The planning for this has all been very long term. During World War 2 the Nazis recruited and trained 750,000 agents for the Muslim Brotherhood to help implement this plan.

These agents were then sent to Saudi Arabia and other places as teachers to raise a second generation of Muslim extremist agents. Bin Laden, who reported to George Bush Senior, was a second generation member of this group.

Another senior agent is Frank Wisner II who was sent by Obama to take control of the contrived “revolution” in Egypt. Wisner’s father was a Nazi CIA who was involved in the Hungarian uprising and other operations. Egypt’s new Nazi puppet leader has been following the script he was given by trying to fan the flames of religious extremism most recently, for example, by berating Syria’s secular government."

Rumors have abounded in recent months that the incident in Benghazi was a war between two US factions of intelligence services, the Pentagon and the CIA / Gladio faction known to be a key fomenter of strife in the middle east. Maybe the Pentagon brass got tired of seeing their boys dying for banker's wars and the opium trade? wrote“Benghazi is not about Libya, Benghazi is about the policy of the Obama administration to involve the United States without clarity to the American people, not only in Libya but throughout the whole of the Arab world now in turmoil,” Baxter told Kudlow. “Benghazi is about the NSC directing an operation that is perhaps shadowy, perhaps a presidential finding, perhaps doesn’t, that takes arms and men and puts them into Syria in the guise of the Free Syria Army.”

Retired Lt. General William Boykin said in January that Stevens was in Benghazi as part of an effort to arm al-Qaeda, what the corporate media calls the rebels. “More supposition was that he was now funneling guns to the rebel forces in Syria, using essentially the Turks to facilitate that. Was that occurring, (a), and if so, was it a legal covert action?” Boykin said during an interview with CNS News.

Boykin said Stevens was “given a directive to support the Syrian rebels” and the State Department’s Special Mission Compound in Benghazi “would be the hub of that activity.”

In 2011, Stevens was officially appointed to be the Obama administration’s liaison with the “budding Libyan opposition,” according to ABC News. By March, 2011, it was firmly established that the so-called Libya opposition was interchangeable with al-Qaeda. Stevens and the State Department worked directly with Abdelhakim Belhadj of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group. Belhadj has direct connections to al-Qaeda.

The murder of Stevens, of course, did not slow down the flow of arms from Libya to al-Qaeda in Syria. “The United States is launching a covert operation to send weapons to Syrian rebels for the first time as it ramps up military efforts to oust President Bashar al-Assad,” The Sunday Times reported in early December, 2012.

“Mortars, rocket-propelled grenades and anti-tank missiles will be sent through friendly Middle Eastern countries already supplying the rebels, according to well-placed diplomatic sources. The Americans have bought some of the weapons from the stockpiles of Muammar Gadaffi, the Libyan dictator killed last year. They include SA-7 missiles, which can be used to shoot down aircraft.”  [they omitted Russian built Libyan gas artillery shells ("g-shells"). They just happen to match the size used by Syria so any use there would look like Syria did it. The casus belli for war... -AK]  In late April, an SA-7 missile under the control of al-Qaeda may have narrowly missed a Russian passenger plane.

In closing...Have you noticed the strange sympathy for Egypt's ousted Morsi on CNN?  Why would CNN cry foul about the overthrow of a known Nazi linked leader of Egypt?  Aren't Nazis (and the Muslim Brotherhood for that matter) the enemy of Jews everywhere?  Wolff Blitzer gets a chubby off camera in the Situation Room, between Viagra and BP ads, every time Israel gets threatened and war looms.  So why they sympathy for Morsi? Unless maybe Morsi was the controlled opposition?  Wolff was very disappointed when that Israel/Iran war didn't materialize a few months ago.   

Or maybe just maybe it isn't about nations and wars, but about the strife and suffering that enables a few to profit and control humanity at the expense of everyone else?

Late Addition:


  1. Hey, Ak, you might want to look at this update from Storm Clouds Gathering re: the hacked emails. He analyzed them in depth from a programmer's point of view, and thinks that one or more were very clever fakes. He just posted this video:
    Keep up the good work! Much Love,

  2. The email was fabricated, according to the Daily Mail:

    "An article on 29 January reported allegations on the internet that the US Government had backed a plot to launch a chemicals weapons attack in Syria and blame it on the Assad regime.

    The reports made reference to an email said to have been from David Goulding, the Business Development Director of Britam Defence, to company founder, Philip Doughty. The email had been published on the internet after Britam’s computer system was illegally hacked in Singapore. It referred to a proposal that Britam would deliver chemical weapons to Syria for enormous financial reward and suggested that the directors were willing to consider the illegal proposal.

    We now accept that email was fabricated and acknowledge there is no truth in any suggestion that Britam or its directors were willing to consider taking part in such a plot, which may have led to an atrocity.

    We apologise to each of them and have agreed to pay substantial damages."

  3. Hi,Qatari Law dictates a total local ownership with Incorporation in Qatar of not less than 51% in any company set up in Qatar.Thanks...


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