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leaked documents detail false flag attack on Syria

Carlos the Jackal

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"A hacker named JasirX hacked the server of Britam Defence, the British private military company that operates mainly in the Middle East, and posted for free access to the company’s confidential correspondence, contracts copies and personnel data.

In accordance with company’s internal correspondence Saudi Arabia is actively preparing for military operations against Iran. It engages the British company in its military maneuvers. According to the leaked papers Iran is to be the Saudis’ maneuver enemy. Military games like that won’t help to ease the situation in the region. And this is obviously not the purpose of Saudi Arabia.

Meanwhile, Qatar that seeks to speed up the Syrian issue resolution offers Britam Defence to explode a gas-shell in Syria. They already have a shell similar to those in Assad’s depots. It was brought from Libya. I suppose when world mass media show the Syrian people dying from the chemical attack of the so-called government forces no one would doubt that foreign troops should invade Syria."

Screenshots and a link to download all the files are available here:

leaked documents detail false flag attack on Syria

 


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Well, there is no popular mass uprising, attempts to foment one failed.
The other option of sending in foreign fighters and terrorists has also hit a brick wall.
That leaves the false flag incident leading to direct foreign military intervention.
This will fail also.
There will be no U.N approval.
The Russian fleet is in the mediterranean giving a clear sign of support for Syria.
And Iran has today stipulated that any attack on Syria will be seen as an attack of Iran.
If this article above is indeed true, it must surely be a criminal offence in the British legal system and heads must roll.
 

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Interesting but it is a private company at the end of the so it's not evident that Whitehall is involved which makes it pretty redundant as far as trying to implicate blame on Britain.
 

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A very, very serious criminal offence.
It must surely be investigated.
Shipping chemical weapons into a war zone, in order to provoke a regional bloodbath?
Doesn't get more serious than that.
Lets see how Cameron and Hague act.
 

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Good work there

--- if true

I doubt though SA plans to attack Iran

More like they are testing scenarios

- should the ever the balloon goes up...
 

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Interesting but it is a private company at the end of the so it's not evident that Whitehall is involved which makes it pretty redundant as far as trying to implicate blame on Britain.
Mmmm, privatising the ps eh?
 

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Interesting but it is a private company at the end of the so it's not evident that Whitehall is involved which makes it pretty redundant as far as trying to implicate blame on Britain.
Qatar which is mentioned is a British puppet state. The Emir is a sandhurst graduate who was put in power by the SAS.

IMO the British are continuing their imperial parasitic tricks which they used to implement in Empire days.
 

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This hacker deserves a f**king medal... A nobel prize even.
 

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Disturbing, to say the least!

Hopefully, the leak will spark an investigation (but, by whom?) of Britam's activities.
 

dresden8

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I see they don't support the gathering in their e-mail signatures.
 

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Regarded as one of the brightest young minds in the internet democracy activist movement, Aaron Swartz was recently found dead in his New York appartment.

Aaron Swartz - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
 

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The Chairman of Britam, General Michael Wilkes was Director SAS in the mid 80's - and is about as "establishment" as you can get. Clearly a "deniable" op.

Interesting how Phillip Doughty has an Irish Passport - should this be investigated by Irish Security services?
 
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Frank Galton

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It's great when everyone involved in a dark conspiracy magically puts everything in a single e-mail.
 

Truth.ie

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It's great when everyone involved in a dark conspiracy magically puts everything in a single e-mail.
When the State and media are, (at the very least), ambivalent, and quite possibly compliant.....absolutely.
Has there been a denial yet? Threat of libel action?
 

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"A hacker named JasirX hacked the server of Britam Defence, the British private military company that operates mainly in the Middle East, and posted for free access to the company’s confidential correspondence, contracts copies and personnel data.

In accordance with company’s internal correspondence Saudi Arabia is actively preparing for military operations against Iran. It engages the British company in its military maneuvers. According to the leaked papers Iran is to be the Saudis’ maneuver enemy. Military games like that won’t help to ease the situation in the region. And this is obviously not the purpose of Saudi Arabia.

Meanwhile, Qatar that seeks to speed up the Syrian issue resolution offers Britam Defence to explode a gas-shell in Syria. They already have a shell similar to those in Assad’s depots. It was brought from Libya. I suppose when world mass media show the Syrian people dying from the chemical attack of the so-called government forces no one would doubt that foreign troops should invade Syria."

Screenshots and a link to download all the files are available here:

leaked documents detail false flag attack on Syria

I actually think that personally speaking that inevitably something could perhaps maybe could even if its doubtfully suspect come about in the next while. Beware be very wary it about to come true shortly.
 

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"A hacker named JasirX hacked the server of Britam Defence, the British private military company that operates mainly in the Middle East, and posted for free access to the company’s confidential correspondence, contracts copies and personnel data.

In accordance with company’s internal correspondence Saudi Arabia is actively preparing for military operations against Iran. It engages the British company in its military maneuvers. According to the leaked papers Iran is to be the Saudis’ maneuver enemy. Military games like that won’t help to ease the situation in the region. And this is obviously not the purpose of Saudi Arabia.

Meanwhile, Qatar that seeks to speed up the Syrian issue resolution offers Britam Defence to explode a gas-shell in Syria. They already have a shell similar to those in Assad’s depots. It was brought from Libya. I suppose when world mass media show the Syrian people dying from the chemical attack of the so-called government forces no one would doubt that foreign troops should invade Syria."

Screenshots and a link to download all the files are available here:

leaked documents detail false flag attack on Syria

I actually think that personally speaking that inevitably something could perhaps maybe could even if its doubtfully suspect come about in the next while. Beware be very wary its about to come true shortly even in the near future. The end could possibly be nigh.
 
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Governments engaging in illegal activity? well that's new.. let all go to our jobs to prop them up and encourage their enslavement of us - sorry a bit too much for the average football supporter to handle.
 

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Governments engaging in illegal activity? well that's new.. let all go to our jobs to prop them up and encourage their enslavement of us - sorry a bit too much for the average football supporter to handle.
The majority of people are either unable to grasp or else fearful of grasping that their elected leaders work tirelessly to conspire against them and their interests every day of the week. If there was any justice in this world, a majority of democratically elected governments would be imprisoned never mind the others.
 

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