Gareth Porter: US Intelligence on Syria “cherry-picked” by proponents of proposed strike

Times Square Convergence against The War on Syria

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with Gareth Porter
Writer, Dandelion Salad
Sept. 10, 2013

Some in US Intel. Community Reject Obama Admin Case for Syria Attack

TheRealNews on Sep 9, 2013

Pt 1: Gareth Porter: US Intelligence on Syria “cherry-picked” by proponents of proposed strike 



Gareth Porter, an investigative historian and journalist specialising in U.S. national security policy, received the UK-based Gellhorn Prize for journalism for 2011 for articles on the U.S. war in Afghanistan.


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6 thoughts on “Gareth Porter: US Intelligence on Syria “cherry-picked” by proponents of proposed strike

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  6. I just cannot understand how so many otherwise reasonably sane people in the international community are prepared to just accept the assurances of the US and blindly trust in this purported intelligence, when no solid evidence is yet in evidence! In fact, au contraire ~ the finger points persuasively the other way.

    One cannot help but surmise that the influence of the pro-zionist Israel lobby is so embedded as to somehow mesmerize opinion. Perhaps the irresistible allure and beneficence of Saudi/Qatar petro-dollars also has something to do with it…

    Money and religious guilt ~ they seem to inspire exceptional hypnotic powers.

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