” … the (Syrian) people support their Army (and) government is absolutely true! Whatever you hear in the corporate media is the complete opposite. And … what you hear in the corporate media and I will name them: BBC, Guardian, New York Times etc on Aleppo is also opposite of reality!” – Quote from start of video
- ‘I Saw No Evidence of Executions in Syria as Reported by White Helmets & MSM Sources’
We’ve seen extensively documented records from the Syrian government proving their case, which is ignored by the international community, Vanessa Beeley, independent researcher, journalist and photographer, told RT.
The Syrian government handed over the evidence that militants in Syria used mustard gas on civilian areas in Aleppo province to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons [OPCW.]
Samples from the site, collected by Russian specialists, which confirm Syrian findings, will be delivered to The Hague within a month. The watchdog is now set to analyze the documented findings.
RT: Even though the evidence has been handed over, it shouldn’t be assumed that mustard gas has been used. What’s your take on that?
Vanessa Beeley: No, absolutely… We’ve got to remember that in 2012 Al-Nusra Front, which we know is backed by the US and its allies waging the war against Syria – Nusra Front took over the only chemicals factory in Aleppo. They destroyed the factory, but they stole basically all of the ingredients from that factory at that time. And also we need to remind people I guess that there are Turkish journalists in jail – particularly form Cumhuriyet [Turkish daily newspaper] – who reported with clear evidence that Turkey had been supplying chemical weapon ingredients to the rebels.
If we go back to 2013, the real amplification of the chemical weapon accusations against the Syrian government – if we go back to just before those accusations, in March, 2013, when the Syrian government again made clear claims with documented evidence, which is never produced by the other side to prove use of chemical weapons by the government. But they produced clear documented evidence of attacks by the various militant factions on the two main cities Khan al-Asal and Damascus suburb… Around 25 people were killed and dozens more injured. Nothing was done to my knowledge about this report. And going forward, if we look at chemical attacks in 2013, for example, Robert Stuart’s forensic analysis of the BBC Panorama program on this – we see that serious falsification went on with the evidence against the Syrian government, the majority of which is produced by an organization, or a one man band, Eliott Higgins at Bellingcat, who previously [used the pseudonym] Brown Moses.