posted on Sep, 11 2013 @ 04:29 AM
reply to post by Kashai
Where would you get the idea that every nation has access to chemical weapons? Technically speaking, I have access to one of the most deadly chemical
weapons ever discovered by man. Chlorine Gas. It's sitting in my kitchen cabinet. It's simply in precursor form, in two different cleaning agents,
labeled very differently. Mix them together and take a whiff to get the smell of what results? You'll be dying before you hit the floor and realize
the fatal mistake. (ONCE in awhile..you hear about a traffic accident with a soccer mom carrying those chemicals in grocery bags that rupture and
mix.....to make a truly tragic ending)
In THAT sense? yeah. every nation has access to chemical weapons. In the actual sense of WEAPONS? Warheads? Well, it's like people saying North Korea
has an ICBM. Okay, and I have a Unicorn farm....because I said I do.
If you look on YouTube, History Channel and others have long shows up there which cover, in documentary form, the actual use of chemical agents as
well as their development cycles in World War I and other periods. The real thing. Not the Media fantasy version. It takes a lot of time, research,
TESTING and development to get a warhead right and delivery of chemicals accomplished.
To have watched some of that? It's a lot more difficult than I would have imagined, to be honest.
Unfortunately....in Syria? Some of those defectors who make up the FSA were also among Assad's Chemical corps and/or the troops guarding/handling it
all. All levels defected to some degree in the early days. So, Government chemical experts and Rebel chemical experts are to be found easily enough,
and definitely under both flags in this fight.