On the OPCW response to the leaked engineers’ assessment

On 13 May 2019 the Working Group on Syria, Propaganda and Media (WGSPM) published a document received from an anonymous whistleblower at the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW). The document’s findings run counter to the conclusion of OPCW’s official final report (1 March 2019) on the 2018 chemical incident in Douma – the one cited as pretext for French, US and UK forces to fire 103 missiles into Syria.

The significance of the new disclosure can hardly be overstated. But while recognized by some prominent independently-minded commentators, it has been studiously ignored by the mainstream media. As for OPCW itself, an official response has been very slow in coming.

Meanwhile “informed sources” have been floating various suggestions about why the implications of the leaked document may be somehow less significant than appears.

The latest briefing note from WGSPM analyses the response so far:

Comments on official response to the release of the Engineering Assessment of the Douma cylinders, by Paul McKeigue, David Miller, Jake Mason, Piers Robinson



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4 Responses to On the OPCW response to the leaked engineers’ assessment

  1. Pingback: On the OPCW response to the leaked engineers’ assessment – The New Dark Age

  2. M says:

    My Urgent Questions to the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW)
    I have this evening sent the following urgent questions to the Public Affairs department of the OPCW in The Hague. They are, I think, self-explanatory.

  3. louisproyect says:

    Get Vanessa Beeley on the case. Maybe her pal David Ickes can investigate whether lizard people influenced the fake report on Assad’s helicopter dropping chlorine bombs when everybody knows that George Soros plotted the whole thing in cahoots with ISIS.

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