Video Report: Our Syrian Allies Do A Test Run & Kill Bunny Rabbits With Nerve Agents

The video... starts with several scenes showing chemical containers with Tekkim labels (Tekkim is a Turkish chemicals company) and some lab equipment, while playing Jihadists chants in the background. A glass box then appears with two rabbits inside, with a poster on the wall behind it reading The Almighty Wind Brigade (Kateebat A Reeh Al Sarsar). A person wearing a lab mask then mixes chemicals in a beaker in the glass box, and we see some gas emitting from the beaker. About a minute later, the rabbits start to have random convulsions and then die.

The person says: "You saw what happened? This will be your fate, you infidel Alawites, I swear by ALLAH to make you die like these rabbits, one minute only after you inhale the gas."


Anonymous –   – (9:47 PM)  

I hate to be the one to point this out (mainly because I hate getting flamed for stating the obvious), but just because the narrator SAYS the chemical(s) are nerve gas doesn't mean it/they ARE nerve gas. They showed us films in Basic Training (U.S. Army, Fort McClellan, 1982) of REAL nerve agent being used on rabbits and a tethered goat - they do NOT go down nearly that quietly. Nerve agent makes all the muscles in the body contract and stay contracted - they can't STOP contracting. The animal eventually dies of suffocation because the diaphram contracts & stays that way - so it can't breathe - but it pitches one hell of fit before that happens. Even after it finally goes down, the muscles along the back pull the spine into a reverse/backwards curve. It's as unmistakable as it is horrible; and these animals aren't acting that way. From my own (limited) experience with euthanizing elderly pets, this looks more like the gas is probably CO2 (carbon dioxide), which is easily produced with cheap and easily available chemicals (baking soda disolved in water & vinegar, for instance.) CO2 is heavier than air, displacing the oxygen upwards, and cuases the animal(s) to go down after about this much time, and to do minimal kicking, twitching, etc., like these rabbits do. It could also be hydrogen sulfide (rotten egg gas), which is poisonous in even small amounts, and easily generated using simple & easy to obtain chemicals. Or other things. Contrary to popular opinion, nerve agent is not easy to produce, can easily kill the mixer by accident (it can be absorbed thru the skin, so any spill is potentially lethal), and has a LOT of other draw-backs, not the least of which is obtaining the needed chemicals in the first place. I am NOT saying this is NOT nerve gas, but it doesn't look like what I saw in Basic, and no one in their right mind would want to fool with that stuff just for demonstration purposes. I suspect that this was something else - also lethal - that had a LOT less chances of killing the demonstrator(s) if there was an accident ... or maybe just someone that wanted to feel like a big-shot, and put on a nice show crying "wolf!" (or, in this case, "nerve agent") when there wasn't any, hoping most civilians wouldn't know the difference.

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