posted on Aug, 29 2013 @ 06:40 PM
I think there is something more going on that we are not being told. Obama being so adamant to go it alone against his own people's wishes and that
of his allies, there has to be something else of immediate urgency they are not telling us about. If I knew what it was I would share, in the
meantime I am going to keep digging. But one poster did mention Syria maybe producing bio weapons, or drugs as weapons which is currently not under
any UN mandate or resolution to deal with.
This should give you a basic idea of what they are concerned about and why it is now such a big concern.
Today the British Medical Association (BMA) will release a report on the use of drugs as weapons, marking the third time it has examined the
militarisation of medicine and its potential for waging a new form of warfare. The subject has been an issue for at least a decade, but its highly
technical nature has kept it out of the public eye.
Meanwhile, military interest in incapacitating biochemical weapons has grown, as the capabilities of pharmaceutical companies have been transformed
by developments such as the unravelling of the genome. What once were seen as distinct chemical and biological processes - the function of the lungs
or the brain - can now be targeted with increasing precision.
There was this nice little bit though..
The convention does not permit the use of riot agents for waging war. However, "law enforcement" is undefined; and the role of incapacitating agents
as counter-terror weapons has opened up a significant loophole. That is being exploited by the fast-expanding field of "non-lethal weapons" -
especially in the US, via the Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Directorate at the US Marine Corps' Quantico base, where incapacitating chemicals are
presented as humane weapons. Drug syringes that can be fired like bullets, most often used for animal control, are now available in the commercial
sector as narcotics guns.
This should give you an idea of how that research is expanding across a broader range...
Chemical Weapons Convention
The continued development of BioChemical Weapons
Pentagon's drug weapons
Syria's expanding weapons program
Syria used hallucinogen on Rebels
Agent 15 is similar to 3-quinuclidinyl benzilate or BZ, a powerful hallucinogen that the American military tested out on its own soldiers during the
Cold War. Its emergence on the Syrian battlefield would be nothing short of bizarre. While Syria is well-known to have a massive supply of chemical
weapons, international observers haven’t ordinarily included BZ on that list.
Over the years, there have been rumors of BZ being used on a battlefield — including one that Iraqi insurgents were dosing themselves with the drug
to pump up their aggressiveness. If the cable is accurate, this would be the first confirmed case of BZ employed as a weapon. At the moment, however,
the cable’s claims are not confirmed.
They say it is one of the reasons we invaded Iraq in 2003 and so on and so forth, so it is possible. Very possible, and there would be few places
better in the world to produce this stuff then right in Syria.
They had the means, the money and the motive to do so.
edit on 29-8-2013 by Thorneblood because: (no reason given)