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SYRIA: The Truth About the OPCW Report and ‘Chemical Attack’ in Douma

On March 1, 2019, the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) based in The Hague, Netherlands, released its much anticipated report of the alleged ‘Chemical Weapons Attack’ which was said to have occurred in the Damascus suburb of Douma, Syria on April 7, 2018. Surprisingly, the mainstream media have completely avoid any serious coverage of this report, but after independent journalists examined its contents it became clear as to why the media have roundly ignored it. Far from attributing blame to the “Assad Regime” for “sarin and chlorine attacks,” the report reveals there was never any ‘sarin attack’ in Douma, or even any concrete evidence that the Syrian military deployed chlorine munitions against its own people. These are only a fraction of the fundamental flaws in the official western narrative exposed by this report.

21WIRE editor Patrick Henningsen and UK Column editor Mike Robinson discuss the contents of this report and the implications of the fake news which was used as the pretext launch a US-UK-France tripartite military strike against Syria in April of 2018. Please note that the following video segment is only a brief summary of this very complex topic, so some information and details of this story were not mentioned, but will be covered in later updates. Watch: 

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This segment was part the UK Column News program which aired LIVE on March 4, 2019.

SEE MORE ANALYSIS FROM 21WIRE ON THE OPCW REPORT:

LISTEN to the SUNDAY WIRE radio show’s coverage of the OPCW Report here:
Episode #270 – ‘The New Magic Bullet’

OPCW Douma Report Indicates US, UK, France Attacked Syria on False WMD Pretext

SYRIA: New OPCW Report Further Weakens West’s Shaky ‘Chemical Attack’ Narrative

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