Dennis Kucinich: 10 unproven pro-Syria war claims

Former Democratic congressman Dennis Kucinich has posted a series of questions that need to be asked, given the 10 unproven claims that various high-level spokesmen for USgov have made in support of their decision to attack the Syrians.

The post, which I think began at his website, was carried by PressTV and Huffington Post.

http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2013/09/05/322265/kucinich-10-unproven-prosyria-war-claims/

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3 comments on “Dennis Kucinich: 10 unproven pro-Syria war claims

  1. mustardnine says:

    12 Sep 2013
    CNN SAYS CIA-FUNDED WEAPONS HAVE BEGUN TO REACH SYRIAN REBELS

    http://www.cnn.com/2013/09/12/politics/syria-arming-rebels/index.html?c=politics
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    CIA supporting al-Qaida — and not for the first time, either. 9-11, anyone?

  2. mustardnine says:

    !2 Sep 2013
    TIME MAG : PHOTOS OF EXECUTIONS BY SYRIAN REBELS

    http://lightbox.time.com/2013/09/12/witness-to-a-syrian-execution-i-saw-a-scene-of-utter-cruelty/#1

    _______

    These guys are funded by the CIA and the Saudis.

  3. mustardnine says:

    JACK DOUGLAS : THE CIA IS POURING INTO SYRIA

    ” . . . The US news media are full of articles about this secret U.-CIA war against Syria which yesterday became a fully open war of aggression against a sovereign nation that is a member of the UN, by the open shipment of US weapons to the rebel “terrorists” through the U.S. Sunni puppet regimes of Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Turkey, and Jordan. . . .”

    http://www.lewrockwell.com/2013/09/jack-d-douglas/the-cia-and-its-weapons-are-pouring-into-syria/

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