On one side, evidence has been consistently mounting that suggests it was the Syrian rebels who launched the now infamous Chemical weapons attack on August 21st. On the other side (Obama, Kerry, and McCain) has been a consistent insistence that Bashar al-Assad’s regime was responsible without producing any real evidence to make the case. In McCain’s case, his basis for concluding that Assad was responsible has been that the rebels never had any such weapons.
In the second of two videos below, you will see B-roll of a bag of chemicals that are from a Saudi Arabian factory with the name of Sachlo. These appear to be the same chemicals shown in another video we posted back in August. That video has since been pulled down but the second image below is a screen shot of that bag from the video. The first image below is a screen shot of what you get when you visit the Sachlo website. It may indeed be down for maintenance but in light of these developments, we thought it noteworthy to show you what appears when you click on the site as of this posting. Be sure to check the site regularly to see if there are any changes.
Even the U.N., which no doubt prefers to side with the Obama administration when it comes to Sryia, wouldn’t even go so far as to state unequivocally that the Assad regime was responsible. It only concluded that sarin gas was used and that the alleged trajectories of rockets seemed to indicate that they came from the direction of the regime, which is hardly a ringing endorsement of the Obama administration.
Now, courtesy of a cell phone video, we now appear to have evidence that the rebels are indeed the ones who launched Chemical weapons on August 21st near Ghouta, the same date and place of the attack that garnered international headlines. There are two videos below (to be viewed in conjunction with one another). The first video – as you’ll find out by watching the second video – is allegedly shot from the cell phone obtained from a rebel terrorist who has since been killed. It clearly shows Muslim Brotherhood rebels with gas masks who are firing weapons while shouting, “Allahu Akhbar”.
Both videos below, via BNI:
This video is from a Russia Today news report. At the 1:15 mark, you will see the B-roll of what appears to be the same type of bag seen in a previously discovered video.