Obama and of course, the rest of the world is worried about Syrian President Assad using sarin nerve gas and possibly other chemical agents against his own people as NBC News reported last night. As Assad becomes even more desperate while teh rebels continue to kill members of his government and close the noose around Assad, he may just, as a last resort, unleash hell against the citizens of Syria.
While that would most definitely be a serious development in the middle-east, has anyone in the media bothered to ask the simple question, where, oh where did Syria get those weapons of mass destruction? Ever heard that term before, weapons of mass destruction or WMD's?
While the main stream liberal media loves to report on Syria every night, they must be quaking in their boots as they realize that once those Syrian chemical weapons are used or found and they in fact end up having Iraqi markings on them, NBC, Andrea Mitchell, Chris Matthews and a whole host of other State Run Media parasites will have to admit that George Bush was right in invading Iraq and going after Saddam's WMD's. Remember, Saddam Hussein used sarin nerve gas to kill some 3,000 to 5,000 of his own people in northern Iraq in 1988.
Oh my goodness, then what will the media do if they have to vindicate George W Bush? They will probably just make up another lie as they are so want to do.
Read more about where Syria got their stockpile of chemical weapons in the brief excerpt from Breitbart.com below:
As the news stories mount regarding Syrian President Bashar al Assad's decision to move his chemical weapons stockpile from storage to areas closer to rebel locations, there is one thing the mainstream media is not commenting on: How Syria acquired what is reported to be one of the world's largest arsenals of bio-chemical WMD? More to the point, what they are not reporting is this: From where did the Assad regime acquire their bio-chemical WMD?
In 2006, former Iraqi general, Georges Sada, who served under Saddam Hussein before he defected, wrote a comprehensive book detailing how the Iraqi Revolutionary Guard moved weapons of mass destruction into Syria, before the US-led action to eliminate Saddam Hussein's WMD threat, by loading the weapons into civilian aircraft in which the passenger seats were removed.