Hypoxia Vs Chemical Attack
Facts Vs Hysteria with intent.
Amidst zoo like scenes of disorder the May Government won a vote 317 to 256 upholding its right to wage war without consulting parliament. That has to change but it is difficult with such a weak and ineffective opposition unable to establish a cross party consensus against the governing executive.
At the very moment of May’s victory for autocracy over democracy in the Palace of Westminster; a May trait which is becoming ever more prominent as time passes, the first reliable reports on the ground in Syria are pointing to Hypoxia as the cause of the US, UK and French ‘chemical attack’ panic and hysteria. Hypoxia happens when all oxygen is sucked out of the air by bombs. This could well have occurred during a high enough concentration of conventional bombs being dropped in the same place at the same time.
If Hypoxia is found to be the cause of the ‘chemical attack’ May’s Government will be guilty of a precipitate, unjustified, irresponsible rush to a war which a consultation with cooler wiser heads in Parliament would have prevented. We can count ourselves lucky, for the time being, we are not yet going into World war three.
As things stand if I were to sit in a jury on the May governments decision to commit the UK to an act of war without evidence I would convict them guilty as charged. Their actions undermine our whole system of civil and criminal justice. As evidence mounts that there never was any chemical attack one has to wonder at the competence and intent of our Government; our intelligence and security services, and a system which allows social media to underpin and govern their actions.
Part 1 – Corbyn was right to ask the questions about the rights of Parliament to control its executive if the executive chooses to war without evidence to support its actions.
Part 2 – Now we as a nation have to decide what we do with May’s government and the security services if there was no chemical attack.
Part 3 – Change
Please read: The Canary: A reporter finally entered the ‘chemical attack’ site in Syria. What he found is extraordinary.
Award winning journalist Robert Fisk visits ‘chemical attack’ site