‘Approved by Washington’ Emails Leaked Reveal U.S. to Plant Chemical Weapons in Syria for Reason to Intervene
Although the United States’ desire to strike Syria has seemingly faded in the past couple of months, leaked emails from a defense contractor company has rekindled the talk of whether or not the U.S. will occupy the Syrian region. Disastrously for the government, it looks like it was up to no good with planning a pretext to invading the war-torn country.
An unknown Malaysian hacker allegedly struck Britam Defense, a British based defense contractor company, and unveiled what appear to be conversations between senior officials on a plan designed to give U.S. government officials a reason to attack Syria. According to the leaked information, Qatar would funnel chemical weapons to Syrian rebels that would in turn use them inside the country, giving the U.S. a reason to intervene.
This comes a month after President Obama warned al-Assad and Syria’s government that any chemical weapon use would be answered by outside forces. President Obama called the deployment of chemical weapons “totally unacceptable”.
Information of the plan was first reported on by InfoWars.com, which shows one of the most important emails between officials. The December 25th email sent by Britam’s Business Development Director David Goulding to founder of the company, Philip Doughty, read, ‘Phil…We’ve got a new offer. It’s about Syria again. Qataris propose an attractive deal and swear that the idea is approved by Washington.’
In addition, the emails explain, ‘We’ll have to deliver a CW to Homs, a Soviet origin g-shell from Libya similar to those that Assad should have.’ Going on to note, ‘They want us to deploy our Ukrainian personnel that should speak Russian and make a video record.’
MailOnline commented that the hacker “obtained senior executives resumés and copies of passports via an unprotected company server, according to Cyber War News.”
The news company also reported, “Dave Goulding’s Linkedin profile lists him as Business Development Director at Britam Defense Ltd in Security and Investigations. A business networking profile for Phil Doughty lists him as Chief Operating Officer for Britam, United Arab Emirates, Security and Investigations.”
Paul Watson of InfoWars pointed out, “The attack would be blamed on the Syrian Army and exploited as an excuse for a military assault. A March 2012 Brookings Institution report entitled Saving Syria: Assessing Options For Regime Change outlined this very scenario – where a manufactured humanitarian crisis would be cited as justification for an attack.”
SLN reported on Tuesday that last week a private meeting took place, just one day after the Israeli elections, where according to Vice Premier Silvan Shalom, the attendees of the private meeting discussed a preemptive strike against Syria.
“The Vice Premier was also sure that the talks involved Syria’s chemical weapons and whether or not Israel should strike Syria before militant groups do, like Hezbollah or al-Qaeda, which has received indirect funding by the United States through the Turkish border.”