The CEO of Britam Defense addressed in an internal email showing his company was offered `enormous sums` of money by the U.S. to deliver a Chemical Weapon to the opposition terrorist groups in Syria, that would be of identical stock held by the Assad regime, in order to blame a `false flag` chemical attack on his government. That attack has now happened on innocent children, with British-U.S. fingerprints.
In an Email in our possession, David Goulding “Business Development Manager” of Britam Defense, mentioned the offer to his CEO, Phil Doughty (passport pictured above), based in the UAE which has become a center for managing the overthrow of regimes to the benefit of terrorists allied to the Anglo-American Zionist elites.
From: “David Goulding”
To: “‘Phillip Doughty'”
Subject: Syrian Issue
Date: Mon, 24 Dec 2012 15:57:16 -0000
We’ve got a new offer. It’s about Syria again. Qataris propose an attractive deal and swear that the idea is approved by Washington.
We’ll have to deliver a CW to Homs, a Soviet origin g-shell from Libya similar to those that Assad should have.
They want us to deploy our Ukrainian personnel that should speak Russian and make a video record.
Frankly, I don’t think it’s a good idea but the sums proposed are enormous. Your opinion?
David Goulding | Business Development Director
Marvic House, Bishop’s Road, London, SW6 7AD, United Kingdom
t :+ 44 (0)20 7610 0111 dl:+44 (0)1522 754 361 m: + 44 (0)7817 981 237
e : firstname.lastname@example.org |
The Email and a trove of other documents in our possession were leaked onto public networks by an ethical hacker who broke into the Britam Defense company’s web server.
The files include much concerning Iran and Iraq as well as Syria and include passport scans of Ukrainians. The Ukrainians are suspected to be on the payroll of Britam and possible willing mercenaries for the commission of the “chemical weapons false flag” requested by the Americans for the “enormous” sums of money offered to Britam Defence’s Business Development Manager.
The trove of files reveal Britam’s internet systems, passwords, staff and “VIP guest” emails, as well as contracts with the notorious Halliburton and KBR, as well as BP among others.
Passport scans with details of decidedly sinister looking mercenaries from Britain, Ireland, Ukraine, Bosnia, USA, Czech Republic and Iraq are among the many passport copies which were stored on the Bitram servers and contained in the files which were downloaded by the hacker.
In the wake of the recent horrific incidents in Syria which were conveniently times for a “UN inspection” visit, and with the U.S. on the defensive over the Snowden leaks, these archives, first revealed some months ago, are again circulating on the Internet.
A concerted effort is being made to shut down locations hosting the files, with most links to file sharing services used now showing blank. However other services which are harder to shut down or intimidate are continuing to provide access to the files for those more technically skilled who can download the trove.