Who said it, who had it, who wanted it, and who didn’t.

If history repeated, would you notice? Who said the below..

“I want a cold-blooded calculation made as to how it would pay to use poison gas … One really must not be bound within silly conventions of the mind whether they be those that ruled in the last war or those in reverse which rule in this.” Specifically he proposed: “We could drench the cities of the Ruhr and many other cities in Germany in such a way that most of the population would be requiring constant medical attention … It may be several weeks or even months before I shall ask you to drench Germany with poison gas, and if we do it, let us do it one hundred per cent. In the meantime, I want the matter studied in cold blood by sensible people and not by the particular set of psalm-singing uniformed defeatists which one runs across now here now here now there.”

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US recently claimed sarin gas was used by the Syrian Government on it’s civilians. Really? What a load of BS. Who had it, but didn’t use it in the past?

… A…scientist had stumbled onto the nerve agent while experimenting with compounds in an attempt to kill beetles. The…military built a sarin factory in 1943. Officers pleaded with….to use it. He didn’t. Why? Over the years, historians (armchair and scholarly) and psychologists have speculated that maybe….didn’t use sarin because he was a victim of a mustard gas attack in 1918, during World War I, and knew the misery of such weapons …

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Our hero’s wanted to use it, while the villains actually didn’t. Who are the real villains? Truth is stranger than fiction.