So Who's Really Sponsoring ISIS?

Tyler Durden's picture

Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog,

Mass surveillance at home and endless military projection abroad are the twin sides of the same coin of national security, which must simply be maximized as much as possible.

 

Conspicuously missing from President Hollande’s decisive declaration of war however, was any mention of the biggest elephant in the room: state-sponsorship.

 

A senior Western official familiar with a large cache of intelligence obtained this summer told the Guardian that “direct dealings between Turkish officials and ranking ISIS members was now ‘undeniable.’”

 

ISIS, in other words, is state-sponsored?—?indeed, sponsored by purportedly Western-friendly regimes in the Muslim world, who are integral to the anti-ISIS coalition. Which then begs the question as to why Hollande and other Western leaders expressing their determination to “destroy” ISIS using all means necessary, would prefer to avoid the most significant factor of all: the material infrastructure of ISIS’ emergence in the context of ongoing Gulf and Turkish state support for Islamist militancy in the region.

There are many explanations, but one perhaps stands out: the West’s abject dependence on terror-toting Muslim regimes, largely to maintain access to Middle East, Mediterranean and Central Asian oil and gas resources.

 

– From the excellent Nafeez Ahmed article: NATO is Harbouring the Islamic State

With the way the French government’s cracking down on the civil liberties of its own citizens, you’d think the general public was supporting and funding ISIS as opposed to the French government allies who actually are.

As an example, we learn the following from ArsTechica:

In the wake of last Friday’s attacks in Paris, France is bringing in new legislation extending the country’s temporary state of emergency to three months. The new laws also grant the authorities new powers to carry out searches of seized devices and to block websites.

 

Under the legislation, police searches of digital equipment are no longer limited to the device itself. Instead, they may also extend to include any data that is “accessible from the initial system or available for the initial system,” as the French digital rights site La Quadrature du Net explains. In practice this means police may use seized devices in order to search for “any type of information on any type of electronic device of any French resident and especially any information available via usernames, passwords collected during a police search, any content stored online.”

 

Finally, La Quadrature du Net points out a worrying vagueness in a section of the new law dealing with powers to dissolve groups or associations that “take part in committing acts that seriously endanger the public order or whose activities facilitate or encourage committing such acts.” For example, this could include “many associations promoting the use of encryption technologies, which are indeed used by criminals but also mainly by many innocent citizens.”

 

The fear is that by rushing through this legislation while emotions are understandably running high, the French government will pass measures with unforeseen and harmful consequences.

Well of course, but that’s the point isn’t it?

The reality is, Turkey and the West’s “Gulf allies” are the real players behind ISIS, not that you’d ever hear a word about it on the nightly news. So if you want to know the real story, the person I turn to time and time again is Dr. Nafeez Ahmed.

 

Here are some excerpts from his latest, must read piece:

President Hollande wants European Union leaders to suspend the Schengen Agreement on open borders to allow dramatic restrictions on freedom of movement across Europe. He also demands the EU-wide adoption of the Passenger Name Records (PNR) system allowing intelligence services to meticulously track the travel patterns of Europeans, along with an extension of the state of emergency to at least three months.

 

Under the extension, French police can now block any website, put people under house arrest without trial, search homes without a warrant, and prevent suspects from meeting others deemed a threat.

 

Mass surveillance at home and endless military projection abroad are the twin sides of the same coin of national security, which must simply be maximized as much as possible.

 

Conspicuously missing from President Hollande’s decisive declaration of war however, was any mention of the biggest elephant in the room: state-sponsorship.

 

Syrian passports discovered near the bodies of two of the suspected Paris attackers, according to police sources, were fake, and likely forged in Turkey.

 

Earlier this year, the Turkish daily Today’s Zaman reported that “more than 100,000 fake Turkish passports” had been given to ISIS. Erdogan’s government, the newspaper added, “has been accused of supporting the terrorist organization by turning a blind eye to its militants crossing the border and even buying its oil… Based on a 2014 report, Sezgin Tanr?kulu, deputy chairman of the main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) said that ISIL terrorists fighting in Syria have also been claimed to have been treated in hospitals in Turkey.”

 

This barely scratches the surface. A senior Western official familiar with a large cache of intelligence obtained this summer told the Guardian that “direct dealings between Turkish officials and ranking ISIS members was now ‘undeniable.’”

 

The same official confirmed that Turkey, a longstanding member of NATO, is not just supporting ISIS, but also other jihadist groups, including Ahrar al-Sham and Jabhat al-Nusra, al-Qaeda’s affiliate in Syria. “The distinctions they draw [with other opposition groups] are thin indeed,” said the official. “There is no doubt at all that they militarily cooperate with both.”

 

In a rare insight into this brazen state-sponsorship of ISIS, a year ago Newsweek reported the testimony of a former ISIS communications technician, who had travelled to Syria to fight the regime of Bashir al-Assad.

 

The former ISIS fighter told Newsweek that Turkey was allowing ISIS trucks from Raqqa to cross the “border, through Turkey and then back across the border to attack Syrian Kurds in the city of Serekaniye in northern Syria in February.” ISIS militants would freely travel “through Turkey in a convoy of trucks,” and stop “at safehouses along the way.”

 

The former ISIS communication technician also admitted that he would routinely “connect ISIS field captains and commanders from Syria with people in Turkey on innumerable occasions,” adding that “the people they talked to were Turkish officials… ISIS commanders told us to fear nothing at all because there was full cooperation with the Turks.”

 

In January, authenticated official documents of the Turkish military were leaked online, showing that Turkey’s intelligence services had been caught in Adana by military officers transporting missiles, mortars and anti-aircraft ammunition via truck “to the al-Qaeda terror organisation” in Syria.

 

There is no “self-sustaining economy” for ISIS, contrary to the fantasies of the Washington Post and Financial Times in their recent faux investigations, according to Martin Chulov of the Guardian. As a senior ISIS member recently revealed to him: “They need the Turks. I know of a lot of cooperation and it scares me. I don’t see how Turkey can attack the organization too hard. There are shared interests.”

 

Meanwhile, NATO leaders feign outrage and learned liberal pundits continue to scratch their heads in bewilderment as to ISIS’ extraordinary resilience and inexorable expansion.

 

Some officials have spoken up about the paradox, but to no avail. Last year, Claudia Roth, deputy speaker of the German parliament, expressed shock that NATO is allowing Turkey to harbour an ISIS camp in Istanbul, facilitate weapons transfers to Islamist militants through its borders, and tacitly support IS oil sales.

 

Nothing happened.

 

Instead, Turkey has been amply rewarded for its alliance with the very same terror-state that wrought the Paris massacre on 13th November 2015. Just a month earlier, German Chancellor Angela Merkel offered to fast-track Turkey’s bid to join the EU, permitting visa-free travel to Europe for Turks.

 

In his testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee in September 2014, General Martin Dempsey, then chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, was asked by Senator Lindsay Graham whether he knew of “any major Arab ally that embraces ISIL”?

 

General Dempsey replied:

“I know major Arab allies who fund them.”

In other words, the most senior US military official at the time had confirmed that ISIS was being funded by the very same “major Arab allies” that had just joined the US-led anti-ISIS coalition.

 

These allies include Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the UAE, and Kuwait in particular?—?which for the last four years at least have funneled billions of dollars largely to extremist rebels in Syria. No wonder that their anti-ISIS airstrikes, already miniscule, have now reduced almost to zero as they focus instead on bombing Shi’a Houthis in Yemen, which, incidentally, is paving the way for the rise of ISIS there.

 

ISIS, in other words, is state-sponsored?—?indeed, sponsored by purportedly Western-friendly regimes in the Muslim world, who are integral to the anti-ISIS coalition.

 

Which then begs the question as to why Hollande and other Western leaders expressing their determination to “destroy” ISIS using all means necessary, would prefer to avoid the most significant factor of all: the material infrastructure of ISIS’ emergence in the context of ongoing Gulf and Turkish state support for Islamist militancy in the region.

 

There are many explanations, but one perhaps stands out: the West’s abject dependence on terror-toting Muslim regimes, largely to maintain access to Middle East, Mediterranean and Central Asian oil and gas resources.

 

Much of the strategy currently at play was candidly described in a 2008 US Army-funded RAND report, Unfolding the Future of the Long War (pdf). The report noted that “the economies of the industrialized states will continue to rely heavily on oil, thus making it a strategically important resource.” As most oil will be produced in the Middle East, the US has “motive for maintaining stability in and good relations with Middle Eastern states.” It just so happens that those states support Islamist terrorism…

 

Assad’s brutality and illegitimacy is beyond question?—?but until he had demonstrated his unwillingness to break with Russia and Iran, especially over their proposed pipeline project, US policy toward Assad had been ambivalent.

We must not ask unpatriotic questions about Western foreign policy, or NATO for that matter.

 

We must not wonder about the pointless spectacle of airstrikes and Stazi-like police powers, given our shameless affair with Erdogan’s terror-regime, which funds and arms our very own enemy.

 

We must not question the motives of our elected leaders, who despite sitting on this information for years, still lie to us, flagrantly, even now, before the blood of 129 French citizens has even dried, pretending that they intend to “destroy” a band of psychopathic murdering scum, armed and funded from within the heart of NATO.

 

No, no, no. Life goes on. Business-as-usual must continue. Citizens must keep faith in the wisdom of The Security State.

Very well said.

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Soul Glow's picture

Buy silver - Crash JPM

:)

LawsofPhysics's picture

Tell us again how ISIS is able to sell all that oil? 

Seems like cutting off that funding and supply line would be real easy.

Luc X. Ifer's picture

Same groups who sponsored 9/11 - Saudi Arabia Royal House as main & proud sponsors.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/dr-yousaf-butt-/saudi-wahhabism-islam-terr...

 

 

Beam Me Up Scotty's picture

Its not just the oil LOP.  Its the whole infrastructure.  It takes iron, and copper, and lead, and wood, and processing facilites just to make guns.  Where are the mines??  Where are the processing facilities??  Where are those ISIS infrastructures???  You can't make RPG's out of sand.  They get their shit from somewhere.  Stop sending them arms.  It would be EASY to cut off their supply lines.  Even food......where do they get their food???  Are there cornfields and cows in Syria??  Quit sending them Toyota pickups to ride in FFS!!!

Luc X. Ifer's picture

In this sense, you can safely name it as USSA tax payer hard worked money are supporting ISIS/ISIL/DAESH

lesamourai's picture

And Israel is the puppet-master of the Saudis.

BlueViolet's picture
BlueViolet (not verified) LawsofPhysics Nov 22, 2015 7:32 PM

Who benefits? That's the question in any given crime. Only Israel benefits from "Islamic Terrorism". They're desperate >> http://bit.ly/1MsOwe2

roddy6667's picture

Have you noticed that ISIS, supposedly a Muslim extremist organization, only attacks Israel's enemies?

Sanity Bear's picture

Kurds are Israel's enemies?

WOAR's picture

Everyone hates the Kurds, apparently. Even Sadam.

wisefool's picture

LawsofPhysics, The MSM says NATO destroy the infrastructutre to make oil everyday. Including the people just trying to make a living on the oil rigs.

But as Long as ISIS.IRS has a facebook account. The method will continue 'till pension saturation. (peerage for 40% of saudis)

Quus Ant's picture

If ISIS didn't steal and smuggle the oil out The US couldn't park it outside Galveston. TX.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-11-12/something-very-strange-taking-p...

 

Seriously, who do people think ISIS is selling to?  How do people think ISIS accesses funds while under the scrutiny of Western MegaIntelligence? Close the loop.

Angus McHugepenis's picture

LawsofPhysics: Same old story... follow the money.

JustObserving's picture
So Who's Really Sponsoring ISIS?


Please, it is well established that America and its allies founded and funded ISIS and still fund it today:

ISIS: The jihadist movement stamped “Made in America”

https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2014/07/30/isis-j30.html

USA, Turkey and Israel Act As Air Force for ISIS

http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2015/08/usa-turkey-and-israel-act-as-air-...

The US arming of ISIS

While claiming to be committed to a war against ISIS, Washington and its regional allies have time and again proven themselves to be its principal sources of strength.

https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2015/06/03/pers-j03.html

Poll shows 81 percent of Syrians believe US created ISIS

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-09-19/81-syrians-believe-us-blame-isi...

https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2015/09/18/isis-s18.html

Obama's fake war against ISIS:

1 yr, 6,700 airstrikes & $4bn after Obama vowed to ‘destroy’ ISIS, jihadists still on offensive

http://investmentwatchblog.com/1yr-6700-airstrikes-4bn-after-obama-vowed...

Putin Outed ISIS’s G20 Financiers: But Not a Single Western Media Outlet Has Reported It

http://www.4thmedia.org/2015/11/putin-outed-isiss-g20-financiers-but-not...

ISIS sells crude oil to Turkey and Israel to raise money. Of course, the US is aware of that and can easily stop these sales if it wanted to.

The so-called Islamic State in Iraq and Syria(ISIS) began selling Iraqi crude oil extracted from oil fields which its seized in recent months and exporting it through the Kurdish region to Turkish refineries and from Turkey's Mediterranean port of Ceyhan ultimately to Israel.

http://whatsupic.com/economy-world/1407936162.html

America Created Al-Qaeda and the ISIS Terror Group

http://www.globalresearch.ca/america-created-al-qaeda-and-the-isis-terro...

DavidPierre's picture

Peace activist Ken O’Keefe and Journalist Gearóid ó Colmáinl explain in a 6 minute video why the zioNazi's “war AND terror” and ISIS attacks. like the one in Paris. are the creation of Western governments and the global elite.

http://sgtreport.com/2015/11/have-you-heard-the-horrible-truth-about-isi...

 

Yen Cross's picture

Who's sponsoring ISIS?

 The critical thinking indoctrinated youths of the University System of Amerika... boo~yaa, where's my subprime, free shit bailout?

 

 See something, say something---comrades

 Yours' truly,

 El Presidente' Negropolian

Angus McHugepenis's picture

Yen you crazy fucker. Don't you know everyone is so fucking sensitive now that we all require our own SAFE SPACE?

Don't diss me bro. I'm fucking sensitive and may burst out in tears if you harsh my buzz.

Speaking of "buzz"... think I'll light up. Wish I could pass it along to you.

Cheers Yen!

Miffed Microbiologist's picture

Hmmmm, never pictured you as the sensitive type Angus. Got to be sarc. Otherwise, what has become of my rugged individual canadian buddy?

Miffed;-)

Angus McHugepenis's picture

Hey Miffed, still around infrequently. We've been very busy this year on several other claims that are more accessible and for a few weeks longer than some of the more remote ones once the snow starts coming. Wish I could show you photos but you know what I think about your criminal NSA and other spooks who can't seem to find an IS oil tanker convoy or stop the Paris attacks with the BILLIONS they spend on spying on the wrong people.

Cheers, and my best to you and Mr. as always.

I Write Code's picture

Obama is making the #1 same error that George W. Bush did: he's pursuing policies which, however well or badly informed, he is not explaining to the public.

Thus everybody assumes the worst, but nobody really knows, maybe nobody really wants to know, but that's no way to run an airline.

Imagine if Obama stepped up to the microphone and started trying to explain how we are against ISIS but we are also for it and don't really want to hurt it too much because Saudi Arabia and Turkey asked us not to, and if they would just return our calls and do what they are told it would all be OK.

delete entry's picture

the u s has dropped how many bombs on I raq n the last 20 years? We wish lack of communication was the biggest issue

TheReplacement's picture

This depends.  Are we now at the point where there will be a series of scandals involving a US General at Centcom as well as the "I'm shocked!  Shocked I tell ya!" moment where it is revealed that our allies (not us, mind you) have been supporting ISIS all along?  Perhaps it is time to declassify the 28 pages and expose KSA for 9/11 as well.  If they can control the narrative and have the big stars all do an infomercial condemning the Saudis then just about ever rootin' tootin' gungho Americano will be spoiling to go over there and "Get me some". 

Granted, a few people will be forced to resign before moving on to high paying private sector jobs.  That's what generals and directors are for.

Of course I am referring to the NYT article about Centcom.  They are exposing the plot in order to control the narrative and make sure that nobody important gets burned.  Nobody will go to jail unless they are desperate and it would only be a mid-level analyst anyway. 

Then we can have a free for all war over there with everybody fighting everybody. 

jerry_theking_lawler's picture

If this is true, America needs to answer for Turkey, a NATO member for participating in this insanity.

 

Again, Russia is on the right side of this thing....makes me sad to be an American and associated with the United States Government.

Abitdodgie's picture

Don't be sad , just remember when the time comes will you do the right thing.

two hoots's picture

 

Russia pounding of the oil trucks will help reveal who supports ISIS via Turkey.  Fuel prices will soon rise in that country.

  

Lumberjack's picture

If this is true....

Netanyahu ADMITS ISIS are Israel soldiers

http://www.makewarshistory.co.uk/?p=1801

loregnum's picture

Fo fuck sake, can ZH actually post things that don't deal with isis and other "terrorism" shit? 

I thought this blog was supposed to mainly be an economic/markets blog. This is getting ridiculous. 

Lumberjack's picture

Do these events affect the markets? You can bet your ass they do.

Lumberjack's picture

BTW Tyler, One mainstream news org picked this one up... Congrats!

 

Mysterious Middleman: Who is Buying ISIL's Crude and Dropping Oil Prices?

http://sputniknews.com/politics/20151121/1030496009/mysterious-middleman...

 

Who is the commodity trader buying ISIL's crude? And is the sharp oil price fall the result of the Islamic State's successful oil trade, Tyler Durden asks.

Incredibly, it has taken over a year for the US-led anti-ISIL coalition to recognize that the Islamic State's funding is significantly dependent on crude, extracted by ISIL from captured oil wells, anonymous analyst for the financial website Zero Hedge Tyler Durden underscores.

"Still, without a doubt, the dominant source of funds for the terrorists is oil, and not just oil, but a well-greased logistical machine that keeps thousands of barrels moving from unknown pumps to even refineries, and ultimately to smugglers who operated out of Turkey and other countries," Durden wrote in his recent piece.

But what is even more curious, is that Pentagon officials admitted that for more than a year they deliberately avoided targeting tanker trucks under the pretext of possible civilian casualties. However, that changed on November 16, when US Air Force and two gunships eradicated 116 oil trucks, the analyst elaborated.

 

"So any qualms about vaporizing 'innocent civilians' promptly disappeared when the Pentagon realized that its 1+ year-long campaign had been an epic debacle," the analyst remarked.

At the same time it is still begging the question whether the sharp oil price fall was prompted by ISIL's machinations in the global oil market. Is it a mere coincidence that Brent and WTI began their swift tumble last autumn when the Islamic State appeared on the world arena?

 

Furthermore, Durden poses yet another question, wondering what commodity trading firms are buying millions of barrels of stolen oil and then reselling the crude to other interested parties? Who are these middlemen?

"What we do know is who they may be: they are the same names that were quite prominent in the market in September when Glencore had its first, and certainly not last, near death experience: the Glencores, the Vitols, the Trafiguras, the Nobels, the Mercurias of the world," Durden elaborated, adding that some prominent 'families' have never had scruples about funding terrorists in the past.

 

Which ones are guilty is still shrouded in secrecy, however, there are no doubts that they know perfectly well that they are collaborating with ISIL, Durden insists.

 

According to the analyst, whoever the mysterious "middleman" is, he is most likely well known to US intelligence services, and thus to the Pentagon, and thus, to the American government.

So, "who is the commodity trader breaching every known law of funding terrorism when buying ISIS [ISIL] crude, almost certainly with the tacit approval by various ‘Western alliance' governments, and why is it that these governments have allowed said middleman to continue funding ISIS for as long as it has?" Durden wondered.

 

 

 

Lumberjack's picture

Here are 2 items that relate to the above. I cannot be certain of the veracity of the articles but it does name names.

 

http://www.pri.org/stories/2014-09-16/isis-selling-cheap-oil-its-enemies...

 

https://now.mmedia.me/lb/en/commentaryanalysis/562681-minority-report

 

The second link names one George Haswani as being involved and mentions the Company HESCO. Here is a snippet:

 

report on Lebanese news site IMLebanon.org on Monday added more information to this angle, further denting the common wisdom regarding Assad and the IS. The report claimed to identify the middleman who handled the transactions between the regime and terrorist group. According to the site, the man is George Haswani, a Greek Catholic businessman from the town of Yabroud, near the Syrian border with Lebanon. The report claims that Haswani “was able to forge a relationship with the group that led to an understanding to transport crude from the fields it took over to regime areas, in return for financial and cash transfers, which he himself handled.”

 

Haswani’s name surfaced in late 2013/early 2014 in another mediatory role, namely the negotiation over the release of nuns then held by Jabhat al-Nusra in Yabroud. Reports at the time described Haswani as a businessman with “close ties to the Assad regime,” and “strong ties” to Assad personally. 

 

A Syrian rebel commander told NPR’s Deborah Amos last year that Haswani “runs an oil and gas construction business with ties to Moscow.” In March, the Syrian pro-opposition website All4Syria provided more data on Haswani’s business and ties to Russia; information it said it obtained from someone who worked with him. Haswani was deputy general manager of the Banias refinery. He had studied in Russia, where he married his first wife. While in Russia, Haswani made contacts, “some of whom,” according to the website’s source, “had gone on to assume high-ranking positions in the Russian security establishment.” As a result, Haswani’s firm, HESCO Co., “secured contracts with Russian oil and gas firms, as well as in importing spare parts for Russian military vehicles and oil wells.” Haswani’s son-in-law, Yousef Arbash, runs his Moscow office. There, All4Syria’s report added, he works closely with Amjad Douba, nephew of former Military Intelligence chief Ali Douba, who has long been established in Moscow.

 

Specifically, HESCO is the subcontractor for Russian company Stroytransgaz. In an interview in June of last year, Arbash explained that HESCO has been “strategic partners” with the Russian firm, working on joint projects in Sudan, Algeria, the UAE and Iraq. Back then, HESCO had started working with Stroytransgaz to build a gas processing plant in Palmyra, which is supposed to be completed in the second half of 2014. The Russian company also signed a deal with the Syrian regime in June of this year for the first phase of an irrigation project for northeast Syria. The deal, valued at SYP30 billion ($194 million), is for the construction of a main pumping station in the Ain Diwar area, near the Turkish and Iraqi borders, to draw water from the Tigris River. Haswani was present at the signing, and confirmed moving forward with the Russian company as its subcontractor “on vital projects in Syria despite difficulties in implementation.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

I did a quick marketvisual search of HESCO and here it is: Looks spooky to me.

 

http://www.marketvisual.com/Search/Results?searchString=hesco

opport.knocks's picture

It's not that complicated when one of the middle men is the president's son...

http://www.todayszaman.com/anasayfa_bilal-erdogans-firm-purchases-two-ne...

o r c k's picture

As far as ISIS goes it's right on the money.  (for Loregnum above)

grunk's picture

Have the soldiers wear fire suits with sponsor names, just like NASCAR.

The best Sun's picture

ISIS takes oil from Syria for free.

Turks sell oil cheap to Prominent family commodity companies via some Zio-Kurds and Turks(large profits).

ISIS spends money on MIC goodies to access and steal more oil(large profits to ISIS and MIC).

Prominent family commodity companies sell oil to refiners at near full price (large profits).
Oil companies sell refined products at full price to sheeple (large profits).

What is not clear? It's called Hydraulic Despotism.
Controlling the distribution of the means of survival through highly organized crime syndicates.

We have it for energy, money, food, and soon water.
There is nothing new under the sun.

r0mulus's picture

"any type of information on any type of electronic device of any French resident and especially any information available via usernames, passwords collected during a police search, any content stored online.”

bad news for people who like to collect things like sound clips, video material and pdf scans of old and rare books.

Bernard_2011's picture

Why did Obama never ensure that the part of the Turkish border next to the ISIS controlled area in northern Syria was blocked off?  

 

(Most of the rest of the Turkish border is next to Kurdish rebel controlled areas)

It is part of warfare 101 to CUT OFF the supplies of your enemy.

 

How much in the way of weapon supplies and new fighters have been reaching ISIS all this time via the Turkish border area?

 

The only reason this key border area was never blocked off is because Obama has been protecting ISIS.

Promethus's picture

The Big Turkish tell for me was when the Turks started their air campaign against ISIS by bombing the Kurds.

. . . _ _ _ . . .'s picture

An Israeli general (colonel) captured by Iraq says ISIS and Israel in bed together.

 

dogismycopilot's picture

Obama is trying his Jedi Mind Tricks again. I do think people are slowly coming around to the fact that the US has created ISIS.

Ms No's picture

" French police can now block any website, put people under house arrest without trial, search homes without a warrant, and prevent suspects from meeting others deemed a threat"

This is how it all goes down bitchez.  Just like that, France may loose their last access to free information.  I don't know why but I am surprised it happened there first.  This is how the Hedge will likely go down, corruption cannot and will not allow the internet to continue in it's current form.  There are multiple ways to accomplishthis goal this being one.

Then there is the rest of the Gestapo stuff... this is starting to look like a template test drive.  Don't expect MSM to be covering much of these aspects and remember the Patriot act was supposed to be temporary too. 

Joe A's picture

It is called "Taqiyya". Look it up.

onmail1's picture

Who ?

<--- Satan Islamic state of America & its euroPeons followers

o r c k's picture

What are they hoarding oil for--you can't eat it !

SoDamnMad's picture

Fed meeting today is to discuss what their response will be to the false flag that is to occur.  If the US public bought into 9/11, Sandy Hook and the Boston Marathon then surely they will buy into whatever else will occur. This false flag will require they not raise interest rates "in order to insure the stability of the world financial system".  You heard it here.  Take pictures.

Youri Carma's picture

Western journalist granted access to ISIS - Explains were they get the funding (RT) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PjrdE5Q92f4

Maestro Maestro's picture

NATO = ISIS

The Turkish president Erdogan said that Assad buys ISIS oil, that the Syrian government and the CIA and Saudi backed terrorists are doing business together.

I didn't say that.

He said that.

He must know things we don't know.

If God is perfect, why did He create this imperfect world where evil and suffering rule? How could He even have done such a thing, even if He wanted to, since He's perfect?