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The Fake War on ISIS|
04 December 2015.
As we bob from fraud to fraud in this age of manufactured terror and covert everything, we must remain significantly more vigilant than our predecessors in order to comprehend the schizophrenic nature of US foreign policy today.
As for ISIS we bomb them occasionally but an excuse lingers that bombing is not sufficient. We are told that we will need to take over Syria, with large infantry armies that is if the Jihadists can’t do it successfully on their own. Unfortunately, for people like Zbigniew Brzezinski, John McCain, Bandar bin Sultan, and Barack Obama, the Russians saw the writing on the wall and stepped in to bomb back the terrorist militias.
With a legitimate invitation from the government of Syria the Russian air campaign has been quite successful so far.
Back in September of 2014 the NY Times claimed that Barack Obama’s Administration was “Struggling to Starve ISIS of Oil Revenue.”
Over a year later Obama had still not bombed the long lines of tanker trucks illegally selling the black market oil to the neighboring countries: that coalition again, with Turkey being the main recipient.
Neither did the Times even bother mentioning the obvious US option of bombing the tanker trucks, oil wells and refineries under ISIS control.
Echoing what Nuri al-Maliki had said, Vladimir Putin wielded the big monkey wrench at this last G20 summit, on November 15th: “Channels of finance for terrorist activity must be cut off…This financing, as we found out, comes from 40 countries, including some in the G20.”
Gloves off, Russian President Putin had already accused Washington of backing terrorism across the Middle East.
Not stopping there, Putin literally handed Obama Russian satellite photos of 1,000 ISIS oil tanker trucks stretching for “dozens of kilometers.”
The very next day, November 16, “U.S. Warplanes Strike ISIS Oil Trucks in Syria.”
For some reason only 116 trucks out of the “1,000” were hit by the US mission.
Then the effort mysteriously stopped as soon as the headlines had gone to print. With the policy firmly established in the media, the reality on the ground became irrelevant again.
Russia took up the slack on the 18th destroying “500 fuel tank trucks” controlled by ISIS and used to fund their insurgency.
As Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov phrased it: “[T]he analysis of those [US-led] airstrikes during over a year lead to conclusion that they were hitting selectively, I would say, sparingly and on most occasions didn’t touch those IS units, which were capable of seriously challenging the Syrian army.”
In addition to avoiding the illegal oil trade occurring right beneath USAF fighter/bombers for over a year, there is also the matter of approximately 60 ISIS training camps.
No training camps have been bombed to date, despite continually churning out “1,000” radical Islamic fighters per month.
We can make some educated guesses as to why that is.
Foreign intelligence and special forces (British and Qatari), and potentially US personnel, have operated inside Syria since at least February of 2012.
The CIA admits to spending $1Bn per year training Syrian insurgents and boasts that it has “trained and equipped nearly 10,000 fighters sent into Syria over the past several years.”
If US personnel aren’t actually inside the territory of Syria, their pets surely are.
We know that ISIS, Al Nusrah, al Sham and Free Syrian Army (FSA) are all allies and work closely together.
The FSA Colonel Abdel Jabbar al Olkaidi has plainly told us so. Olkaidi was the direct link to US Ambassador Robert Ford, and so there is no longer any plausible deniability on the subject.
There is no legitimacy left for US claims of a “moderate” opposition that somehow exists separate from the genocidal terror armies of head-chopping extremists.
I would be remiss if I ignored mentioning the oil and gas supplies of the Middle East.
The routes into Europe are hotly contested.
With the Ukrainian gas pipelines coming from Russia, western leaders want alternatives in order to weaken the bear.
Other proposed energy routes to the south include Syrian territory, that same territory ISIS now claims as its “Caliphate.”
It also needs to be mentioned that German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere has admitted: 760 German citizens have joined ISIS and 200 of them have returned home to Germany.
Earlier this year it was reported that 100,000 fake Turkish passports had gone to ISIS fighters.
Turkey remains the headquarters and logistical center of ISIS.
The west, NATO, and their Gulf tyranny partners, have opened Pandora’s Box. It still hangs wide open.