Syria’s Chemical Weapons Ready To Use ‘At A Moment’s Notice’

December 13, 2012

Comments made by U.S. House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers, a Republican, come amid reports that Assad’s forces fired Soviet-era Scud ballistic missiles against rebels.

Yes he is saying what the world said just a few days ago, when ‘Bamo said we could do nothing….

U.S. and other Western officials recently issued sharp warnings to Syrian President Bashar Assad not to deploy chemical weapons. Syria called those warnings a “pretext for intervention” in the civil war.

Rogers, told Reuters in an interview that the Syrian government’s activities related to chemical weapons were a shift in posture and a major concern.

“I believe that they have put elements of their chemical weapons program in a condition of which they could be used at a moment’s notice, which is very different from before,” Rogers said.

Read more…

Meanwhile ‘Bamo is doing what? Preparing his dog for the last supper? Should he do anything? Why should we care??? It’s not or fight!!!


Just How Deadly Is Assad’s Arsenal? (Much Worse Than You Can Imagine)

November 23, 2012

The latest estimates say that the Assad regime has hundreds of tons of mustard gas, a blister agent, and large stockpiles of sarin and possibly VX, both of which are nerve agents — all of which can be launched by Scud missiles, artillery, or aircraft, according to Charles Blair, a specialist in chemical and biological weapons at the Federation of American Scientists. “I’ve heard that Syria has 100 to 200 missiles with nerve agents loaded and ready to go, but that seems extreme,” said Blair, noting that the nerve agents are usually stored separately from the weapons and that exact estimates about the size of the regime’s stockpile are almost impossible to come by.

Although the U.S. government has released only vague estimates as to the size of Syria’s chemical and biological weapons stockpile, Dempsey told lawmakers in March that the arsenal was “100 times the magnitude we experienced in Libya.” Libya acceded to the international Chemical Weapons Convention in 2004 and had largely destroyed its useful stockpile of such weapons by the time Qaddafi’s regime fell in 2011, according to Blair.

Read more at foreignpolicy.com ..

And more when you add in the ones given from Saddam’s arsenal. Something our Muslim President doesn’t care about, they are for Americans, not Muslims.


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