Reference News Network reported in May 3rd, the Russian newspaper published Sergei Putichkins poison cloud in April 20th. Our reporter managed to find a 11 year old child: he was deceived and forced to take part in the scene of Assads attack on civilians in Duma. It is worth pondering over how the international community should deal with such risks if there are chemical weapons attacks. The attack on chemical weapons in Duma, Syria, has been discussed at the UN level. Facts have proved that the video is purely a racket. The civilians there are said to have been poisoned by chlorine. The shocking historical reversal: Britain and Germany became the most violent attacks on the Damascus regime and the use of inhuman weapons in Moscow; but it was the massive use of toxic chlorine gas from Britain and Germany in the early twentieth Century to persecute each other and open the worlds chemical competition. In April 22, 1915, near the city of Ypres, Belgium, the Germans raided the positions of the British and French forces and released 180 tons of highly toxic chlorine. The Yellow River green cloud hung over the trench of the Allied soldiers. In this terrible pain, about 5000 people were killed instantly; more than 15 thousand people were poisoned deeply, many of them died soon, and more people fell ill. In May 31st of the same year, the Germans used the Russian army on the eastern front to fight phosgene, which was more toxic than chlorine. Soon after, Britain and France put their chemical weapons into mass production and began to retaliate against the Germans mercilessly. During the first World War, about 125 thousand tons of poisonous gas were used, and about 1 million people were poisoned. It is very regrettable that most of the poisoning victims are Russian soldiers and military officers. Unlike western rivals and allies, we did not develop our own chemical weapons at that time. But our compatriot, Professor Nicola Zelinsky, created the worlds first gas mask, which has been designed as the basis for all the subsequent gas masks, no matter which country they produce. After the conclusion of the Versailles contract in 1919, the use of chemical weapons was officially banned. However, military chemical agents are still being used. The British Army used orange pigment in the Malaya war from 1948 to 1960. The United States later used it in Vietnam, Laos and Kampuchea from 1961 to 1971. After spraying orange, rainforest is burned. From insects to birds and beasts, all animals die together with plants. Almost all those exposed to this reagent died of cancer later, and their offspring were congenital malformations. So far, no one has accused the Anglo Saxons of applying chemical poison to civilians. The facts seem to be well known. But who remember these facts in the United Nations? Damascus has stockpile some military chemical poisons. Under the strict supervision of Washington, all of the very primitive chemical weapons that the Syria army has mastered has been completely destroyed. There was no Russian participation in the whole process. We are not trusted. From July 7, 2014 to August 13th, a group of highly dangerous chemical weapons in Syria was destroyed on an American ship in the Mediterranean. In January 4, 2016, the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons announced the complete destruction of chemical weapons in Syria. Did they destroy all chemical weapons? Or transfer some chemical weapons to Syrias opposition forces? The small city of Ypres, like later Hiroshima, became the symbol of the greatest crime against humanity. These crimes are not for Russia. By the way, we (Russia) have undertaken all international obligations to destroy our chemical weapons stockpiles and have been destroyed in the middle of 2017. In American arms stores, there are chemical bombs and shells. The use of chemical weapons in Syria is doubtful. This country and the world have been shrouded in poison clouds by false news. (compiling / Zhu Lifeng) Information map: Allied soldiers smoked by inhalation of poison gas during World War I. This article source: Reference News Network Editor: Lee Ying Ying _NBJS5961 Information map: Allied soldiers smoked by inhalation of poison gas during World War I.