posted on Dec, 6 2012 @ 03:18 AM
This entire topic, is based on ignorance.
These sort of weapons, were banned after WWI. The bottom of the eastern sea, is covered with sunken vessels, filled with these shells. Sunk there,
by Germany after WWI. The French did the same, in New Guinea, if I'm correct.
The french also made a coverage of the attack on the Kurd village, in the 80's. It was never clear, who actually fired the shells. But the gas
used, was a left over from the world wars. And the French took a look at the Iraqis, and found out that the shells markings were old, and
non-readable. It was "thought" that the soldiers didn't see a difference between these shells, and normal shells. These were not delivered by
missiles, but by shell bombardments.
However, the compound of the gas was American. Which makes the whole scenario suspect ... what American company sold gas to Iraq in the 80's. It's
just as likely that it was an old stockpile, from the Szar in Iran. Because Iraq got its weapons from Russia, not the US. And the US, was actually
supplying Iran, secretly with weapons, during the Iran-Iraq war.
Nobody uses these weapons ... the US has them, as does China, Russia, England ... and they "plan" to deliver them using long range missiles. These
weapons are unpredictable in warfare, because they're as likely to blow over you own soldiers, as the enemy soldiers. This is the experience, the
Germans and the French have from WWI, and why both nations abandoned these weapons as a result. They didn't do it out of the goodness of their
hearts, but out of necessity.
So, if you wanna look at a culprit to gases, look closer at home ... go talk to your own governror. Because YOU sold these weapons, to those who are
about to use them. And by HAVING these weapons, and producing them, you are violating the already agreed on terms of WWI.