• United States-European Union “axis of evil” the driving force behind Islamic state.
• Oil-rich Persian Gulf states, Turkey funding, arming, supplying anti-Syria terrorists.
By Ronald L. Ray —
The so-called Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) periodically “beheads” some stray reporter and the idiotocracy demands more Middle Eastern wars. But as this newspaper often has reported, the terrorist organization—rapidly subsuming the “moderate” terrorist organizations in the region—is a classic U.S.-UK-Israeli, that is, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)-Secret Intelligence Service (SIS), commonly known as MI6 (Military Intelligence, Section 6)-Institute for Intelligence and Special Operations (Mossad) false-flag operation against Iraq, Syria and Iran.
Proof continues to mount for United States and Israeli founding, funding, training and support of ISIS, despite America’s spending $7.5 million per day fighting “against” the militia. Britain, France, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Jordan and Kuwait can also be added to the list of major co-conspirators in this Zionist proxy war. Here is part of the overwhelming evidence.
Syria is one of the last holdouts against Rothschild banksterism and the Zionist-American empire. Iraq is the key to the door of Iran. The present inroads of ISIS, an allegedly rogue terrorist operation that reportedly “conditions” its fighters with CIA-invented drug “cocktails,” is easily seen on a map to originate in Turkey to the north and near Israel and Jordan to the south, where they receive assistance, supplies and recruits by direct and indirect means.
December Israeli air strikes against Syrian military installations in Damascus and Dimas targeted Russian weapons intended to aid Syria and Hezbollah in the fight against ISIS and al Qaeda. U.S. military sources alleged the missiles would be used to prevent a “no-fly-zone” between government-and ISIS-controlled territory in Syria.
According to The Jerusalem Post, the commander of the Syrian armed forces stated, “This aggression confirms Israel directly supports terrorism in Syria.”
The United Nations peacekeeping force in the demilitarized zone between Israel and Syria likewise periodically reported Israeli troops, after August 28, 2014, interacting with “armed members of the opposition [to the Syrian government] . . . across the ceasefire line. . . .” While Syria and ISIS fight increasingly in the demilitarized zone, Israel does nothing against the terrorists, but aids them and provides air support through strikes against Syria.
So far, U.S. air attacks “against” ISIS have had little effect, other than to prevent the Syrian army from wiping out the mass murderers. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, in a recent interview in the French weekly news magazine Paris-Match, called the raids a violation of Syrian sovereignty and stated: “The truth is that ISIS was created in Iraq in 2006. It was the United States which occupied Iraq, not Syria. Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was in American prisons, not in Syrian prisons.”
Journalist Seymour Hersh first broke the story in his 2007 article, “The Redirection,” describing the George W. Bush administration’s strategic decision to support Sunni Muslim radicals “to undermine [Shiite] Iran” and secular Syria.
Further, German broadcaster Deutsche Welle reported recently, “Every day, trucks laden with food, clothing and other supplies cross the border from Turkey to Syria. . . . The haulers believe most of the cargo is going to the ‘Islamic State’ militia. Oil, weapons and soldiers are also being smuggled over the border.”
Origins of goods near Turkish North Atlantic Treaty Organization bases suggest ISIS is a poorly disguised front for Western ambitions against Syria, Iraq and Iran, as does the continual joining up with ISIS of U.S.-supplied “moderates.” Turkey may additionally be planning for a partial occupation of Syria.
Even the ultra-Zionist news and commentary website “World Net Daily” reported on American training of ISIS members in Jordan.
Finally, according to international news service “Sputnik News,” U.S.-Israeli allies Saudi Arabia, Qatar and other Sunni nations channel significant support to ISIS and the “moderate” al-Nusra Front head-choppers.
Criticizing this militarism, Britain’s General Jonathan Shaw confirmed the Saudi-Qatari connection to terrorists, which he said has ignited “a time bomb.”
All this should be no surprise, though, as the roots of ISIS extend in a decades-long line back through U.S.-Israeli sponsored “regime change” in Libya, Iraq, Afghanistan (including in the 1980s) and the CIA-Mossad-sponsored Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt before that.
Apparently, terrorism is terribly profitable for our bloodthirsty “leaders.”
Ronald L. Ray is a freelance author and an assistant editor of THE BARNES REVIEW. He is a descendant of several patriots of the American War for Independence.
Iran & America Work Together Against ISIS
By Richard Walker
Much to the dismay of the Israelis and Saudis, Iran is now part of the war against the radical Islamic group known as ISIS, and it is too late for denials from the White House about their role in it.
Iran has been flying bombing missions against ISIS targets in Iraq for some time even though Washington had, until recently, denied any knowledge of them. The fact that the Iranian air force is now sending fighter jets and bombers into Iraq air space at the same time as the U.S. and some of its allies are operating there has confirmed more than just Iran’s prominent role in the developing conflict. More importantly, it speaks to the fact that there has been backdoor diplomacy between Washington, Tehran and Baghdad that has led to Iran being able to use the same airspace as the United States.
A Russian diplomatic source, who spoke to this reporter on condition of anonymity, said Iran’s role was agreed upon with Washington months ago. Initially, this was done through back channels in Moscow and later Tehran. Baghdad also pressed Washington to permit Iran’s Revolutionary Guard to coordinate with the U.S. military on the targeting of ISIS on the ground and in the air over Iraq.
“Iran has a vested interest in the defeat of ISIS and Baghdad insisted it be allowed to play a role in the war against the militants,” he said. “There was no way Washington could freeze out the Iranians. They were there on the ground anyway. The Saudis and the Israelis are unhappy but the major players like the U.S., the French and the British are pleased to have Iran as an ally in this fight. The Iranians know the territory and they are ready to lead a ground war against ISIS. That makes Washington and its closest allies happy because they don’t want to put boots on the ground.”
The White House has consistently rejected claims it is working closely with Iran to defeat ISIS, but as the Russian diplomatic source pointed out, there is “a shared battlefield” requiring close military to military coordination to avoid collateral damage. Even The New York Times made the point that Teheran and Washington were trying hard to not look like allies while they both engaged the same enemy.
Meanwhile, Israel and the United States have been playing both sides. Israel and the U.S. have turned a blind eye to—and even helped—Turkey and Saudi Arabia arm and fund radical Islamic groups in Syria like ISIS that are trying to overthrow the Syrian government. But Israel has also been advising the Kurds in the region on how to defeat ISIS.
Richard Walker is the pen name of a former N.Y. news producer.