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Assad's Britam scam

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  I already discussed the Iranian disinformation claim of MEK "terrorists" crossing the Jordanian border to fight the terrorist regime of Butcher Assad. Now the Assad propaganda machine alleges that Britam Defense, a private British security company, wrote emails about some supposed US approved plan to use chemical weapons and then blame it on Assad. The story goes that a Malaysian hacker hacked their emails and then posed them online; Britam confirmed that their emails were hacked; but claimed that that letter was forged. It turns out that the evidence supports Britam's allegation, as even a radical anti-Government activist [another opponent of attacking Assad] himself, based on closer examination, confirmed that the emails were indeed fake. Yet nevertheless, all the fringe conspiracy theory sites, Butcher Assad and Iran apologists, and, at best, misguided Conservatives promote these fraud emails. As Butcher Assad has been facing condemnation for his chemical weapon attacks on innocent civilians, the Iranian-Butcher Assad axis does not know when to stop with their lies. Senior wingnut partisans like Rush Limbaugh and Sarge, as well as these silly shows like Superhero Prime Time, fall for the Syrian-Iranian axis because they're blinded by their hatred of Obama and/or the American Government [I'm no supporter of Obama; but that doesn't mean believing lies to get rid of him]. On Superhero Prime Time, both Sarge and "Cool" Mike alleged that Assad was innocent. "Cool" Mike blamed it on the rebels. Sarge claims that there is no national security interest to intervene in Syria. Except he misses that Assad is a proxy of Iran, a global threat, and that undermining Assad can also undermine Iran.

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