Russia Today is claiming that Saudi Arabian black operations teams were ultimately behind the chemical weapons attack that the USA attempted to blame on the regime of Basher al-Assad:

Saudi black op team behind Damascus chem weapons attack – diplomatic sources

What is interesting to me is that this article makes its appearance after the diplomatic cards that Mr. Putin dealt to Mr. Obama and Secretary of State Ketchup Kerry. Judging from the comments and emails I was receiving during the intervention hysteria being whipped up in the USA, most people contacting me were of the opinion that it was another false flag attack, and were immediately suspicious of western attempts to fasten the blame for the incident on Assad's regime. Most people pointed out that he had nothing to gain by such a measure, and virtually everything to lose.

And, amid the demands to show the proof for these allegations, the case for intervention eventually stalled, and fizzled, at least, for the moment. Indeed, given the high cynicism against governments and leaders in the West, one wonders whether any amount of evidence would have been persuasive. After all, the west was treated to "intelligence information" concerning Iraq's weapons of mass destruction that, upon examination, disappeared like fog in the morning sun. Once trust vanishes, any information coming from an untrusted source, whether true or not, must overcome that wall of suspicion. And it is this phenomenon, not Mr. Putin's "interference," that is now hampering western geopolitical agendas.

Which makes this article from RT all the more interesting, for consider these statements:

"The August chemical weapons attack in the Syrian capital’s suburbs was done by a Saudi Arabian black operations team, Russian diplomatic sources have told a Russian news agency.

“'Based on data from a number of sources a picture can be pieced together. The criminal provocation in Eastern Ghouta was done by a black op team that the Saudi’s sent through Jordan and which acted with support of the Liwa Al-Islam group,' a source in the diplomatic circles told Interfax.

"The attack and its consequences had a huge impact on the Syrian situation, another source said.

“'Syrians of various political views, including some opposition fighters, are seeking to inform diplomats and members of international organizations working in Syria what they know about the crime and the forces which inspired it,' he told the agency.

"Sources" and "another source" and "Russian diplomatic sources."

"Our anonymous sources have confirmed..." and "another whistleblower, who must remain nameless, said..."

Thus far, RT has functioned rather well as an informative news source, particularly for people in the West fed up with the obvious failures of their own lamestream media. And thus far, RT has usually followed up articles like this - full of assertion but with little verification - with the "nitty gritty details" at some later point.  With so much at stake in the region, and what appears to be an insane policy of western backing of rebels of the most extreme kind, we can only hope and urge RT,  that if it has that information and the nitty gritty details, that it release them soon.  Otherwise, this "information" might as well have come from Ketchup Kerry, or been part of a briefing on Iraqi WMDs by Colin Powell.

See you on the flip side.

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. BetelgeuseT-1 on October 11, 2013 at 7:52 pm

    As also reported by RT several weeks ago, an operation may well be under way to stage a false flag incident on Israeli soil.
    This appears to be a very plausible scenario.
    When it comes to a direct attack on Assad by Western powers, Amerika is out of the picture (at least for the short term, what other false flag could be used to involve that country, they’ve already tried twice and failed). So getting Israel to attack seems the logical option.
    Don’t expect any “limited action” when it happens. They’ve done it before (1973, Yom Kippur). 40 years ago this year, think about it….

    • John Q. on October 12, 2013 at 10:24 am

      Good eye!

      Forty years… Has a generation passed?

      • Nidster - on October 12, 2013 at 10:40 pm

        The most important stuff is on NASA’s lunar pages…as in Tetrad, which next begin to occur April, 2014. The last Tetrad began in 2003. Word to the wise.

        • John Q. on October 13, 2013 at 9:10 am

          If we concurrently entertain a Constructed Moon hypothesis, what are we to make of the lunar periods and cycles and the historically co-incidental patterns of human agency?

          Ponder this link in (tangential) context, as a potential “dot” for connection—it considers lunar/solar phenomenon and eclipse as a potential symbolic guide for the founding and dedications of Akhetaten (i.e. el-Amarna): [ http://ebook.download4.org/Dating-the-Amarna-Period-in-Egypt-Did-a-Solar-Eclipse-Inspire-download-w694.html ]

          What we may have here is residual evidence of a concerted political effort to publicly dis-integrate the Above from the Below, to entrap the mind of Man on Earth and sever his connection to and awareness of “the Heavens” (and all that entails, Alchemically).

          Ennead, Trinity, everything else be damned—all that REALLY matters is This One Sun, This One Earth, This One Immediate “Physical” Experience ruled over by One Pharaoh, One God…. and if there’s any substance to the speculation of the foundation of Akhetaten being symbolically linked to a Solar Eclipse, the notion of One RING (i.e. To Rule Them All) does not seem so trite.

          Alas, as it turns out, One IS the loneliest (and apparently, a very disastrous) number.

          If the Western interpretation of The Metaphor and resultant cultural psychoses (Materialism, Positivism, Patriarchy, etc.) results from a usurpation of a cosmic consciousness by a localized consciousness—a socio-communal awareness by an egotistical awareness, as it were—perhaps the Greatest Heresy the West has ever known is the legacy from which it extends—Akhetaten.

          Akhetaten—The Horizon of the Aten—The Zone of Horus, Son of Osiris, Under the Disk of the Sun—The Kingdom of the Son of God, Under the All-Seeing Eye of the Father—The Kingdom of God on Earth, Upon Which the Sun Never Sets…

          And to which, I suspect, all roads lead.

  2. DownunderET on October 11, 2013 at 1:30 pm

    I don’t think Putin checkmated Obama and Kerry, the WORLD checkmated them.
    In a rare voice the world said NO, and the world won.

    As far as Syria is concerned, it’s back page news, the American government has a few headaches now, and poor little Syria is going to have to wait a while until the debt limit is raised, so they can make more bombs and rockets and drones to threaten somebody.

    What the world is not seeing in the MSM is what’s happening in Africa, wait till that little problem is front page news.

  3. Laura Lee on October 11, 2013 at 12:44 pm

    It should be noted that the House of Saud offered to foot the bill for any US military intervention in Syria. This coupled with personnel at Fort Hood receiving orders for deployment to Syria suggests that offer might have been accepted.

  4. John Q. on October 11, 2013 at 11:15 am

    “Once trust vanishes, any information coming from an untrusted source, whether true or not, must overcome that wall of suspicion…

    …we can only hope and urge RT, that if it has that information and the nitty gritty details, that it release them soon. Otherwise, this “information” might as well have come from Ketchup Kerry…”

    In the minds of the confused, roiling masses of the great unwashed, a categorical opposition to what has come to be considered an untrustworthy source of information leverages an immediate bias of credulity toward this new source of contradictory information—regardless of the veracity of the information itself.

    Perhaps Mr. Putin et al are testing the waters, as it were, to gauge their abilities in using this newly leveraged credulity to conduct some engineering of their own design.

    After all, why name sources if people are willing to subscribe to your truths without doing so?

    Sometimes the cards ain’t worth a dime, if you don’t lay ’em down; sometimes, the unplayed cards are priceless.

  5. Robert Barricklow on October 11, 2013 at 8:53 am

    This whole invasion process
    has been a vivid protryal
    of the dark side of empire.

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