Syria: War drums,Propaganda and Regime Change

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What's Britain's interest that will be served by regime change in Syria? Human rights... no it can't be because U.K., U.S. have used chemical weapons in Iraq. It's a lie to say we care about gassed children.
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What's Britain's interest that will be served by regime change in Syria? Human rights... no it can't be because U.K., U.S. have used chemical weapons in Iraq. It's a lie to say we care about gassed children.
Go on then.

Tell us all what chemical weapons were used by the UK in Iraq.
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What's Britain's interest that will be served by regime change in Syria? Human rights... no it can't be because U.K., U.S. have used chemical weapons in Iraq. It's a lie to say we care about gassed children.
Dont just make claims. Provide evidence from a credible source.
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What's Britain's interest that will be served by regime change in Syria? Human rights... no it can't be because U.K., U.S. have used chemical weapons in Iraq. It's a lie to say we care about gassed children.
Infuence zones. The Cold War was won by drilling USSR's economy by involving it in the length and costly Afghanistan war. Maybe now, when it is known that Russia would involve itself in the conflict, it is sought to weaken it.
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Infuence zones. The Cold War was won by drilling USSR's economy by involving it in the length and costly Afghanistan war. Maybe now, when it is known that Russia would involve itself in the conflict, it is sought to weaken it.
How would this weaken it?
Why should the UK care?
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Those asking for evidence, read the article below.

Rhttpse://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.globalresearch.ca/us-coalition-admits-using-chemical-weapons-against-civilians-in-iraq-media-silent/5594753/amp
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He's talking about agent orange which is actually not a chemical weapon but rather a chemical used to strip leaves off trees.

But OP already knows this. Coincidentally, agent orange is the Russian code name for Trump! LMAO
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He's talking about agent orange which is actually not a chemical weapon but rather a chemical used to strip leaves off trees.

But OP already knows this. Coincidentally, agent orange is the Russian code name for Trump! LMAO
The so called Anti ISIS coalition, which UK was a member of, was documented to have used chemical gas in Mosul by human rights organisations.
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The so called Anti ISIS coalition, which UK was a member of, was documented to have used chemical gas in Mosul by human rights organisations.
Provide evidence.
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The so called Anti ISIS coalition, which UK was a member of, was documented to have used chemical gas in Mosul by human rights organisations.
Get your facts straight that was White Phosphorous used in that attack which is not classified as a chemical weapon... It is used to create smoke screens and obscure areas for military advancement.
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Provide evidence.
Your turn. What's your evidence that Assad is behind this alleged chemical attack?
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Get your facts straight that was White Phosphorous used in that attack which is not classified as a chemical weapon... It is used to create smoke screens and obscure areas for military advancement.
Of course it's a chemical weapon.Fyi: https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.i...523.html%3famp

Why don't you answer the main question in th title? What's Britain's interest and what is your evidence that Assas used chemical weapon?
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Of course it's a chemical weapon.Fyi: https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.i...523.html%3famp

Why don't you answer the main question in th title? What's Britain's interest and what is your evidence that Assas used chemical weapon?
Whilst I dont disagree with the general thrust of your article in pots and kettles. White phosphorous, whilst a horrible weapon, is not the same as nerve gas.
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