Mainstream media wants us to believe ISIS sprung up out of a hole in the ground and became powerful enough to take over large cities without any assistance from the big powers. The ineptitude of that narrative is an insult to everyone’s intelligence.
The US government claims it has launched several air strikes against ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant) militants in Iraq. These are the same ISIS militants that the US and its client states are supporting in Syria; the same breed and stock of militants they let loose like wild dogs to lynch Gaddafi and wreak havoc in Libya.
It is traditional US diplomacy to play a double game — on the one hand training, arming and financing terrorists to overthrow or destabilize non-compliant governments, while at the same time condemning those same malcontents when it is convenient to do so.
It is common knowledge that “al-Qaeda” got its start as CIA mercenaries against the Soviets in Afghanistan in the 1980s. That fact didn’t stop President Bush from declaring his delusional and totally fraudulent “war on terror,” vowing to eliminate the CIA’s very own Frankenstein creation.
How do we really know what the US is doing in Iraq at the moment?
How do we know that they really are carrying out strikes against ISIS? How do US forces know who is ISIS and who isn’t? Do ISIS members wear bright pink uniforms so that they stand out in a crowd and can thus be precision targeted by American fighter jets? For all we know, these air strikes could be targeting Iraqi army and police forces that are fighting against ISIS militants. Maybe the plan is to covertly help ISIS fragment and destabilize Iraq and exacerbate the country’s misery. Perhaps ISIS is being used as leverage against the unreliable puppets in Baghdad; one can picture Obama threatening al-Maliki that if he doesn’t follow Washington’s demands like a blind mule more ISIS fighters will be flooded into the country. This whole thing could also be an Orwellian bluff designed to deflect attention from Israel’s biennial ritual slaughter in Gaza.
ISIS’s presence in Iraq is being used as an excuse to continue to bomb that beleaguered and thoroughly victimized nation. Obviously Washington doesn’t give a damn if the people of Iraq fall victim to ISIS; in fact Washington would love nothing more than a few more Iraqi corpses. Only a fool would believe that Washington cares about the well-being of Iraqis after extinguishing the lives of close to two million of them since the genocidal 2003 invasion and relegating millions more to lives of misery and despair. America wants to keep Iraq in a state of perpetual decay, unable to assert its own interests or do much of anything without Washington’s assistance.
Yes, US foreign policy doesn’t make much sense. US policies vis-a-vis the Middle East aren’t logical because those policies are not intended to serve any true US national interest, but rather to expedite Israel’s regional objectives, which constitute a Machiavellian grand plan of divide and rule.
The mainstream media wants us to believe ISIS sprung up out of a hole in the ground and became powerful enough to take over large cities without any assistance from the big powers. The ineptitude of that narrative is an insult to everyone’s intelligence.
Reports are circulating which suggest that ISIS’s leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, was trained by the Israeli Mossad in psychological warfare; that he is essentially an actor playing the role of “Islamic radical.” It wouldn’t be the first time a Zionist asset posed as an Islamic radical in order to blacken the name of Islam. Shortly after 9/11 an American Jew named Adam Pearlman started calling himself Adam Gadahn. He grew a scary Islamic beard and then allegedly joined al-Qaeda, becoming the group’s “spokesman” and PR man. Gadahn appeared in numerous menacing al-Qaeda videos preaching “jihad” against America, but his cover was blown when an Orange County newspaper revealed him to be the grandson of a prominent Zionist who sat on the Board of Directors of the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith, Zionism’s main Hasbara propaganda arm in the US.
ISIS’s true intention, many claim, is to incite sectarian divide in Israel’s neighbouring states, thereby advancing Tel Aviv’s Oded Yinon plan for the balkanizing and fracturing of its regional foes. Is it any coincidence that ISIS and its affiliates have targeted Libya, Iraq, Syria and Lebanon with the most furor, while leaving the corrupt, US-backed dictatorships in Egypt, Bahrain, Jordan, Qatar, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, etc., alone. Not to mention ISIS’s complete lack of action against Israel or the US.
Regarding the current manufactured crises in Syria and Iraq, the mainstream media presents viewers with nonsensical and inconsequential debates about “moderate” and “extremist” rebel fighters, as if there is such a thing as a “moderate” rebel who is nonetheless armed to the teeth and attempting to overthrow a sovereign state through force of arms.
What goes unstated on these pitiful mainstream media programs is the basic common sense that the United States has no right to stick its nose in the internal affairs of other countries. A US military presence or action of any kind in Iraq, Libya, Syria, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Somalia, and everywhere else Washington has endeavored to insert its poisonous tentacles, is a breach of sovereignty and constitutes a crime against peace. What if China started taking unilateral military action in the US, attempting to change the course of political developments through military intervention, against the wishes of most American people? Do Americans ever ask themselves that question when they mindlessly chant, “support the troops”?
Americans should “support the troops” by demanding they be brought back home from every last cave and crevasse they are currently occupying across the globe.
What also goes unmentioned by the chirping air-heads of the mainstream media, for obvious reasons, is that many of the problems in the Middle East wouldn’t exist if not for the establishment of “Israel” in 1948 on the blood and bones of the Palestinians. Much of the unrest in the region stems from that original sin. The bellicose, racist regime in Tel Aviv is bent not only on the conquest of the Middle East but the whole world, as pronounced in coded language by Israel’s first Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion in a 1962 interview published in Look Magazine.
In the interview Ben-Gurion outlined his vision for the future, predicting that by 1987 all countries and continents, with the exception of the Soviet Union, “will become united in a world alliance, at whose disposal will be an international police force. All armies will be abolished, and there will be no more wars.” Ben-Gurion continued his grandiose presage, stating that “In Jerusalem, the United Nations (a truly United Nations) will build a Shrine of the Prophets to serve the federated union of all continents; this will be the seat of the Supreme Court of Mankind, to settle all controversies among the federated continents, as prophesied by Isaiah.”
In other words, Ben-Gurion envisioned Jerusalem to be the cornerstone of a global government led by Zionists.
Is it any wonder that the United States, the home of close to half the world’s Jews, has been acting as Israel’s New World Order strong-arm against all who dare to resist the Zionists’ diabolical globalist scheme?
Copyright 2014 Brandon Martinez
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