The Truth About Syria’s Chemical Attack

Editor’s Note: The below is republished with the kind permission of UKIP Daily where it first appeared. 

On Monday there appeared to be a chemical attack on civilians in the Syrian city of Douma. Images of this attack appeared in many of our national media accompanied by what seemed to be a well-prepared narrative blaming the Syrian government for it.

This information did not come from any independent sources but directly originated from Jaish al- Islam, the rebel Islamist group operating there, and those organisations such as the so-called “white helmets,” who are under their influence. Why most of the media have accepted most of this information without question is perplexing, but it does demonstrate how effective this terrorist organisation has been in dealing with the world media over the past few years.

So far, with this latest alleged attack, Russian investigators who rushed to the now liberated area have found no evidence of such a chemical attack. They have found no dead bodies, no casualties, no one in hospital suffering from a chemical attack. The area was not contaminated at all. Local Douma residents did not witness or even hear about a chemical attack. Yet the Islamist terrorists claimed they were attacked with Sarin gas. The actors of this scenario all left the area just hours earlier in coaches as part of an evacuation of terrorists and their families to the Idib district of Syria.

Going back a year ago, the Syrian government were accused of a chemical attack in another area where they were close to achieving victory. There was never any conclusive proof this attack was by the Syrian government and there was no independent visiting of the area concerned. The USA simply believed the “rebels” and attacked the Syrian Shayat air base, killing a number of people including civilians. Yet the independent Syrian Red Crescent has just stated that this previous attack never took place. Of all the chemical attacks alleged to have been made by the Syrian government, none have ever been proven to be by them, simply because they never made these attacks.

The UK Parliament came close to authorising the use of military action against Syria on such allegations back in 2013, and fortunately one of the few memorable actions by former Labour leader Ed Miliband was to stop that.


There is now a crisis situation in the world because the USA, the UK, and some other countries appear to believe the allegations originating from Jaish al-Islam. Why any world leader would give any credulity to this terrorist group defies any sense of logic.

This group was described by former US Secretary of State John Kerry in 2016 as “a subgroup of ISIS.” Although the State Department later retracted this, it does not change how evil they are. In East Ghouta these awful people had civilians in human cages, had underground prisons and tortured and murdered those who disagreed with them. The reality is that the citizens of East Ghouta have been overjoyed by their liberation by their government’s forces, but this seems to have been downplayed by much of our media.


On 7th April 2016, Jaish al-Islam admitted to using chemical weapons against the Kurdish militia and civilians in Aleppo (before it was liberated by Syrian government forces ). So they have a proven record of using chemical weapons, and of using civilians as human shields. It is of course entirely plausible for them to use chemical weapons on civilians.

For some bizarre reason, a number of politicians in our country are prepared to believe that the Syrian government would chemically attack their own people, yet they do not consider that the Islamist rebels could have been done so.

We have given comfort, succor and encouragement to the Islamist “rebels.” In fact, the majority of Syrian refugees taken into the UK are fundamentalist Sunnis. There is a straightforward choice in Syria: The secular Syrian government or the Islamist rebels. There is no other option. We made the mistake of thinking there was in Libya and ended up creating a failed State.


At least in Syria, President Assad was voted in overwhelmingly by people there with 88.7% of the vote on a 73.4% turnout. As a political commentator who has built up a number of friends and contacts in Syria over the past few years, I can see that in the UK, we simply do not recognise the huge support President Assad has.

In particular, the 10% of the population who are Christian see him as their saviour and protector. They saw the results of the aftermath of the Iraq war and then Isis, with Iraq’s Christian population reduced from 1.5 million to just 500,000. Indeed, Christians in Syria feel betrayed by some western leaders, who they feel has never stood up for them, when they live in the region of the birthplace of Christianity. Christian districts of Damascus, such as Bab Thouma ( Gate of St .Thomas) and where St. Paul of the road to Damascus fame, lived, have been shelled for years by these Jaish al-Islam terrorists. Schools and Churches have been attacked and numerous men, women, and children killed and wounded, yet not a word of outrage from many of our political leaders.

It is of no surprise that Syrians have been grateful for Russian help because many feel it is what the USA and the UK should have done.

We went to war in Iraq at immense cost to ourselves in lost and damaged lives – all on the lie of weapons of mass destruction – we must never be deceived again.

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7 Responses

  1. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    Sorry Anthony Webber, but I just don’t buy into your view ! Someone gassed those people, and it might be advantageous to ask around with ‘The White Helmets.’ One thing is for certain, Syria is a kettle of many tribes and view points, and it has been boiling over for some time now. As for the popularity of Assad, I would suggest that you think deeply on that, because the use of democratic system data in that country, is to put it mildly, problematic ! Blair, Iraq and the WMD nonsense, must not get in the way of reasoned thought, but indeed must never be forgotten either !

  2. Informed says:

    Mike Maunder doesn’t share your view. He must know something we don’t.

    Its a simple case of believing what the White Helmets say (repeated by the war mongering MSM and politicians), or watch a few videos that exposes them and the West’s motive for regime change in Syria.

    There is absolutely no proof whatsoever that Assad used chemical weapons on its own people!

  3. Jamesright says:

    Assad did not do it
    I like this report of what happen

  4. Rob Bryant says:

    Just before this chemical/nerve gas attack happened Assad was winning and Trump announced he was going to pull American forces out of Syria. This happened a year before. Lo and behold a chemical/nerve gas attack happens.
    Why would Assad commit such a dog whistle attack when he was about to clear his country of its enemies?
    Both these attacks benefitted the sponsor of those fighting to bring down Assad – Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia sponsors its extremist Wahabi Moslem poison and seeks to wipe out all other religions, especially Shia Moslems. Assad accepted aid from Iran because no-one else apart from Russia would offer military aid. Iran is mainly Shia and thus an enemy of Saudi Arabia. It is Saudi Arabia that profits by keeping the war going, and Trump has been bought by the Saudis.
    Treason May is following in Blair’s bloody footprints by dragging us into the morass of the Near East. She will become as hated as the Blairs are.

  5. John Whitby says:

    I don’t know who delivered these attacks, and neither it seems do the governments. May in particular referred to the ‘Suspected Chemical weapons attacks’. But I look at in one particular way. “Who benefits?”
    Now, I’ve got no doubt that Assad would use gas, but why now? Was it of any benefit to him? He knows what the reaction of the west would be from last time and he was very close to driving the rebels out of that area anyway.
    No, the only people who benefit from this attack on civilians was the rebels, and they do have history and they are not averse to the indiscriminate slaughter of innocents. On that basis, I would not want to attack Syria, even targeted strikes, on what seems to be somewhat unsubstantiated suspicions.

  6. Ian Edwards says:

    I’m for Anthony Webber’s story here. It sounds much more plausible than the mish-mash MSM reports and garbled sound bites of western politicians. I’ve often wondered how stupid can they be but then when you consider that the USA appears to be run by ‘Deep State’ you start to get somewhere. Deep state is in cahoots with the rebels, providing money and munitions to overthrow Assad, the President probably does not need to know that because Deep State is running the show. Deep State (read CIA for simplicity), realising it’s losing the war, fakes chemical attacks and tells the President Assad did it and he needs to respond on moral grounds. “You need to respond Mr President”. So he does. Deep State inform the Russians beforehand when and where so no Russian casualties occur or WWIII. Assad still wins the war but when the peace breaks and Syrians are once more enjoying a country rid of CIA, Turkey, and Saudi backed ‘rebels’ in their country, the Deep State can morally continue the propaganda war against Assad on the pretext that he is still a war criminal. I’m only joining the dots – but I have to do that because the controlled MSM doesn’t, it just regurgitates the narrative they are given to print in my view.

  7. Ian Edwards says:

    1. This is a good source, G Edward Griffin, on the fake chemical attack:
    There is also a Blackstone video contained claiming with some evidence that the chemical weapon story was a false flag operation. It’s 15 minutes and you need some patience to see it all through.
    2. The same GEG source continues with the strategic reason for the USA and Russia being involved in Syria in the first place: Oil pipelines. Especially take a look at the vid “It all makes Sense Now”. It’s 15 minutes but covers the whole thing from year dot and is really revealing and humourously delivered:
    3. Here is another vid and this one is even more of a riot for me personally than the ‘it all makes sense now’ vid, again from the Jimmy Dore show, exposing how the USA Deep State (or ‘Permanent State’ as referred to here) keeps the public unaware of the real situation:

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