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Michael Savage Turns on Trump; Says Syrian Gas Attack was False Flag Operation

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MICHAEL SAVAGE TURNS ON TRUMP, SAYS SYRIAN GAS ATTACK WAS FALSE FLAG OPERATION

Conservative talk show host, Michael Savage, who fervently supported Trump during the Presidential campaign, soured on him today. Savage, referencing his background in science, having a PhD in epidemiology, said the alleged gas attack in the ISIS controlled city of Idlib was most likely phosgene and not sarin.

Backing up his claim that the attack did not contain sarin, Savage made reference to photos showing first responders attending to bodies without gloves or protective gear. Had sarin been used in the attack, all of those men in white helmets would be dead.

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Savage also questioned the timing of Jared Kushner's trip to Iraq, coupled with Bannon's timely demotion from the NSC -- just ahead of the attacks as being highly suspicious.

 

SOURCE:  http://www.blacklistednews.com/Michael_Savage_Turns_on_Trump%2C_Says_Syrian_Gas_Attack_Was_False_Flag_Operation/57807/0/38/38/Y/M.html

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 Zing    904

I would think Savage is correct.  Just do a search on sarin gas:

https://emergency.cdc.gov/agent/sarin/basics/facts.asp

https://www.cdc.gov/niosh/ershdb/emergencyresponsecard_29750001.html

Personal Protective Equipment

GENERAL INFORMATION: First Responders should use a NIOSH-certified Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear (CBRN) Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) with a Level A protective suit when entering an area with an unknown contaminant or when entering an area where the concentration of the contaminant is unknown. Level A protection should be used until monitoring results confirm the contaminant and the concentration of the contaminant.
NOTE: Safe use of protective clothing and equipment requires specific skills developed through training and experience.

I don't think there will be a second term for Trump.  He will be lucky to get through the first term.

 

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 roamer    861
On 4/8/2017 at 4:02 PM, Zing said:

I would think Savage is correct.  Just do a search on sarin gas:

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Some news reporters made remarks about the strong smell and a greenish color ...

I did a search on Phosgene and found this (emphasis mine):

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At a concentration of about 0.5 ppm in the air, this odor has been described as similar to that of new-mown hay or cut green corn, after adaptation this recognition odour would require concentration of 1.5 ppm. At higher concentrations, the odor may be strong, stifling, and unpleasant. Impurities can discolor liquid phosgene and cause it to turn a pale yellow to green color.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3841534/

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Try this one. It's in every refinery I've ever worked in, and all over the middle east.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydrogen_sulfide

Hydrogen sulfide is a colorless, flammable, extremely hazardous gas with a “rotten egg” smell. It occurs naturally in crude petroleum and natural gas, and can be produced by the breakdown of organic matter and human/ animal wastes (e.g., sewage). It is heavier than air and can collect in low-lying and enclosed, poorly ventilated areas such as basements, manholes, sewer lines and underground telephone/electrical vaults.
 

Detection by Smell

Can be smelled at low levels, but with continuous lowlevel exposure or at higher concentrations you lose your ability to smell the gas even though it is still present.

At high concentrations – your ability to smell the gas can be lost instantly.

DO NOT depend on your sense of smell for indicating the continuing presence of this gas or for warning of hazardous concentrations.

Health Effects


Health effects vary with how long, and at what level, you are exposed. Asthmatics may be at greater risk.

Low concentrations – irritation of eyes, nose, throat, or respiratory system; effects can be delayed.

Moderate concentrations – more severe eye and respiratory effects, headache, dizziness, nausea, coughing, vomiting and difficulty breathing.

High concentrations – shock, convulsions, unable to breathe, coma, death; effects can be extremely rapid (within a few breaths).

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