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Eric Zeusse, “Meet the ‘Moderates’ the U.S. Is Supporting in Syria: They’re Al-Qaeda”

Great article from Global Research on something I have been drumming home for a long time now: The US is backing Al Qaeda in Syria, Lebanon and Yemen. Sickening or what?

This article also lays out some more things you folks ought to be hip to.

First off, the supposed Sarin gas attack that “Assad” did on his own people never even happened. The rebels, in this case, Al Qaeda, shot Sarin at their own people, but the doses were very small. Later, poison gas was used to kill about 600 pro-government civilians Al Qaeda had captured. More here.

Meet the “Moderates” the U.S. Is Supporting in Syria: They’re Al-Qaeda

Eric Zuesse

In Syria, al-Qaeda goes under the name Jabhat al-Nusra, or al-Nusra for short. As will be documented here, the United States has, until recently, been allied with al-Nusra, but, because of the bad image this U.S. alliance has spread about al-Nusra among their fellow-Sunnis, al-Nusra is now separating itself from ISIL, the Islamic State in Iraq and Levant, otherwise known as Islamic State in Iraq and Syria or ISIS, and which the United States is now assisting, to defeat the forces of Assad, notwithstanding ISIL’s infamous videos of their chopping off heads of nonbelievers.

Thus, for example, Britain’s Telegraph headlined on August 10th, “Al-Qaeda withdraws from fighting ISIL in Syria to avoid ‘US cooperation’,” and reporter Nabih Bulos in Istanbul opened with:

Al Qaeda’s affiliate in Syria has declared it will withdraw from frontlines where it has been fighting against Islamic State because it does not want to cooperate with the US-led coalition.

Jabhat Al-Nusra declared on Sunday it would abandon the northern province of Aleppo, where it has been battling Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), leaving other rebel factions to take over its positions in the area.

The region north of the city of Aleppo has designated as a potential anti-ISIL buffer zone by the US and Turkey.

Later, Bulos’ report went on to say:

Jabhat al-Nusra nevertheless insisted that even though it was abandoning its positions in the northern Aleppo countryside, it would continue the fight against ISIL in other parts of the country.

Despite sharing their origins in al-Qaeda, Jabhat al-Nusra and ISIL have battled each other since a rancorous split in 2013.

Jabhat al-Nusra, whose jihadist militants are credited with being among the most effective on the battlefield, recently achieved a dazzling string of battlefield successes as part of the Army of Conquest, a loose coalition of Islamist factions.

Although it is thought to have received military and financial support from other members of the US-led coalition such as Qatar and Saudi Arabia, Jabhat al-Nusra has nevertheless repeatedly scuttled plans for Western support, branding Western-backed rebel factions as “collaborators.”

This report is consistent with two earlier reports that the famous American journalist, Seymour Hersh, was not able to find a publisher for inside the United States, and which were therefore (like the Telegraph report above) published in Britain, instead, both of them by the London Review of Books. Those Hersh articles were widely dismissed by U.S. news-media as being untrustworthy.

Hersh used unnamed sources — supposedly because the sources didn’t want to be fired. Even Hersh’s main publisher, the New Yorker, has rejected his recent reports about this and related matters, and New York Magazine (a competitor to the New Yorker) has allowed him to express his view of the conflict he’s having with the New Yorker’s current editor. However, New York hasn’t published any of Hersh’s actual articles, either.

Hersh’s first such article was Whose Sarin? on 19 December 2013, and it opened:

Barack Obama did not tell the whole story this autumn when he tried to make the case that Bashar al-Assad was responsible for the chemical weapons attack near Damascus on 21 August. In some instances, he omitted important intelligence, and in others he presented assumptions as facts.

Most significant, he failed to acknowledge something known to the US intelligence community: that the Syrian army is not the only party in the country’s civil war with access to sarin, the nerve agent that a UN study concluded – without assessing responsibility – had been used in the rocket attack. In the months before the attack, the American intelligence agencies produced a series of highly classified reports, culminating in a formal Operations Order – a planning document that precedes a ground invasion – citing evidence that the al-Nusra Front, a jihadi group affiliated with al-Qaida, had mastered the mechanics of creating sarin and was capable of manufacturing it in quantity.

When the attack occurred, al-Nusra should have been a suspect, but the administration cherry-picked intelligence to justify a strike against Assad.

The second one was more definitive, answering the question that the first of his two reports raised. It was issued on 17 April 2014, The Red Line and the Rat Line, and it reported that:

British intelligence had obtained a sample of the sarin used in the 21 August attack, and analysis demonstrated that the gas used didn’t match the batches known to exist in the Syrian army’s chemical weapons arsenal.

During the interim months between the two articles, Hersh was able to answer the Whose Sarin? question. He found, and reported in the second article:

The joint chiefs also knew that the Obama administration’s public claims that only the Syrian army had access to sarin were wrong. The American and British intelligence communities had been aware since the spring of 2013 that some rebel units in Syria were developing chemical weapons.

On 20 June analysts for the US Defense Intelligence Agency issued a highly classified five-page ‘talking points’ briefing for the DIA’s deputy director, David Shedd, which stated that al-Nusra maintained a sarin production cell: its program, the paper said, was ‘the most advanced sarin plot since al-Qaida’s pre-9/11 effort’…

The full extent of US co-operation with Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar in assisting the rebel opposition in Syria has yet to come to light. The Obama administration has never publicly admitted to its role in creating what the CIA calls a ‘rat line’, a back channel highway into Syria.

The rat line, authorized in early 2012, was used to funnel weapons and ammunition from Libya via southern Turkey and across the Syrian border to the opposition. Many of those in Syria who ultimately received the weapons were jihadists, some of them affiliated with al-Qaida. (The DNI spokesperson said: ‘The idea that the United States was providing weapons from Libya to anyone is false.’)

In January, the Senate Intelligence Committee released a report on the assault by a local militia in September 2012 on the American consulate and a nearby undercover CIA facility in Benghazi, which resulted in the death of the US ambassador, Christopher Stevens, and three others.

The report’s criticism of the State Department for not providing adequate security at the consulate, and of the intelligence community for not alerting the US military to the presence of a CIA outpost in the area, received front-page coverage and revived animosities in Washington, with Republicans accusing Obama and Hillary Clinton of a cover-up.

A highly classified annex to the report, not made public, described a secret agreement reached in early 2012 between the Obama and Erdoğan administrations. It pertained to the rat line. By the terms of the agreement, funding came from Turkey, as well as Saudi Arabia and Qatar; the CIA, with the support of MI6, was responsible for getting arms from Gaddafi’s arsenals into Syria.

That report is further confirmed by the 10 August 2015 report in Britain’s Telegraph.

Eva Bartlett of Inter Press Service reported, on 8 July 2014, her interviews with victims of the U.S.-supported fighters in the Syrian city of Homs. Typical was this:

Mohammed, a Syrian from the Qussoor district of Homs, is now one of the reported 6.5 million internally-displaced Syrians.

“I’m a refugee in Latakia now. I work in Homs, two days a week, and then return to Latakia to stay at my friend’s home. I left my house at the very end of 2011, before the area was taken over by al-Nusra and al-Farooq brigades.”

He spoke of the sectarian nature of the insurgents and protests from the very beginning in 2011.

I was renting a home in a different neighborhood of Homs, while renovating my own house. Just beyond my balcony there were protests that did not call for ‘freedom’ or even overthrowing the ‘regime’. They chanted sectarian mottoes, they said they would fill al-Zahara – an Alawi [Shiite] neighborhood – with blood. And also al-Nezha – where there are many Alawis and Christians.

An internal Stratfor (private CIA) email report, dated 7 December 2011, concerning the planning stages of the American mission to remove Bashar al-Assad (the mission that created refugees such as “Mohammed” from Homs), described their private meeting at the Pentagon, where the officials

…emphasized how the air campaign in Syria makes Libya look like a piece of cake…It’s still a doable mission, it’s just not an easy one.” Obama’s people were “saying that the idea ‘hypothetically’ is to commit guerrilla attacks, assassination campaigns, try to break the back of the Alawite forces, elicit collapse from within. There wouldn’t be a need for air cover, and they wouldn’t expect these Syrian rebels to be marching in columns anyway.

Obama’s people seem to have underestimated both sides of the war. Some European nations were supportive but not yet fully committed to the operation.

The main base they would use is Cyprus, hands down. Brits and French would fly out of there. They kept stressing how much is stored at Cyprus and how much recce comes out of there. The group was split on whether Turkey would be involved, but said Turkey would be pretty critical to the mission to base stuff out of there.

The Stratfor agent wrote that:

I had a meeting with an incoming Kuwaiti diplomat (will be coded as KU301.) His father was high up in the regime, always by the CP’s/PM’s side. The diplo himself still seems to be getting his feet wet in DC (the new team just arrived less than 2 weeks ago) but he made pretty clear that Kuwait was opening the door to allowing US to build up forces as needed…He said that while KSA and Bahrain they can deal with it as needed and black out the media, Kuwait is a lot more open.”


On the Kuwaiti political scene, the government is having a harder time dealing with a more emboldened opposition, but the opposition is still extremely divided, esp among the Islamists. The MP’s now all have to go back to their tribes to rally support…

for the operation against Assad. All of these Muslims were Sunnis.

An excellent overview article by Steve Chovanec, dated 16 November 2014, included a sub-head, US-Supplied Rebels Align with al-Qaeda, al-Qaeda Aligns with ISIL.

One thing that’s hidden in the West (since the West’s aristocracies are allied with the aristocracies in Arabic countries, which are almost exclusively Sunni) is that Islamic jihad is a specifically Sunni phenomenon, it’s not Shiite; Islamic terrorism that’s directed against Christian-majority nations is basically a Sunni phenomenon, it’s a phenomenon of the Arabic aristocracies that Western aristocracies are allied with, and this is the reason why there’s a tendency to attribute it to Iran and to other Shiite areas, which actually have nothing to do with it and are instead themselves at war against it within the Muslim world.

Whereas Russia is allied with Shiite forces, and is therefore clearly and unequivocally opposed to Islamic terrorism, which is Sunni, the United States and its vassal-nations are basically allied with Sunni forces, and this means that Western aristocracies support the Sunni aristocracies that fund Islamic jihad.

A report from Russian Television on August 12th presents shelling of Damascus by (as the reporter describes it, at 1:38 in the video)

…a rebel faction with very strong ties with Saudi Arabia, news reports saying that it is funded by Saudi Arabia.

Yet again, it’s a Sunni invasion of Shiite-run Syria, this time by Sunnis that are paid directly by the Sauds. And the Sauds, of course, dominate all of Sunni Islam, and are also the main funders of al-Qaeda. U.S. President Obama wants to defeat Russia even more than he wants to defeat ISIS, al-Qaeda, etc.Thus, the fact that Russia has always consistently been against Islamic-jihad groups, does not deter Obama from allying the U.S. with Saudi Arabia (the key backer of Islamic jihad groups), instead of with Russia. If he needs Islamic-jihad groups in order to defeat Russia, he’ll back them, but only secretly.

So, al-Nusra (or al-Qaeda) has now publicly separated itself from ISIL, because ISIL is receiving critically important assistance from the United States, just as al-Nusra is now being blamed by their fellow Sunnis for having done the same, between 2011 and 2013. Back in 2011, Obama thought he wouldn’t need ISIL’s help, but he does.

Furthermore, Obama is just copying all his predecessors back at least to Reagan, and even to the end of the Carter Administration, when Zbig Brzezinski told the Mujahideen (the earlier name for the Taliban) that “God is on your side.”

The U.S. had used Sunnis such as Osama bin Laden to break the Soviet alliance with Afghanistan, much as the U.S. is now using Sunnis to try to break the Russian alliance with Assad, and likewise with Ukraine, including Crimea. Obama’s primary target throughout isn’t jihadists so much as it’s Vladimir Putin. Bush’s “regime change” obsession was Saddam Hussein. Obama’s wasn’t just Muammar Gaddafi, and it wasn’t just Viktor Yanukovych; and it isn’t just Bashar al-Assad — it’s Vladimir Putin himself. It’s defeating Russia. All else is actually subordinate to that.

In this regard, Obama is following the position that was expressed by his friend Brzezinski who has expressed it many times, such as, in 1998, reprinted later under the heading, “How Jimmy Carter and I Started the Mujahideen.”

As I bannered on 6 March 2015,

Brzezinski Says Russia’s Putin Wants to Invade NATO. The U.S. is adding former communist nations to NATO, surrounding Russia with NATO nations all along Russia’s eastern borders and to the south of Russia. But Brzezinski and others of his ilk say that Russia is surrounding NATO. The Obama Administration says such things as, “We’re building up on NATO’s borders. These are NATO countries, these are allies of ours, that are concerned based on what Russia is doing on their borders.”

The Administration pretends that the U.S. isn’t the aggressor here — that Russia is. They’re saying that essential defense is instead aggression; meanwhile, unprovoked aggression is being done for “allies of ours” (but that were traditionally allies of theirs). Russia is supposed to accept that. Russia won’t.

After the end of communism, Brzezinski and some others continued hating Russia because they had hated it ever since childhood or at least ever since young adulthood (Brzezinski was born a Polish nobleman.) They were indoctrinated with this form of racism, not merely with hatred of communism. What was originally a hatred of an ideology thus remains in some people as a hatred of one specific ethnicity: Russians. World War III could result. Unless people like this are booted out of power in the United States — and in Europe.


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About “Assad” and His “Sarin Gas Attack” That Never Even Happened

First of all, there was no Syrian government Sarin gas attack on Syrian rebels. The Syrian rebels shot some Sarin rockets at their own neighborhoods, but the doses were very low, and people only had small amounts of Sarin in their system, not enough to kill them. The Syrian rebels who shot the Sarin were Al Nusra or Al Qaeda. Al Qaeda had 600 kidnapped civilians that they were holding in that neighborhood, mostly Alawites and supporters of the government. Al Qaeda kidnaps these government supporters in groups of hundreds and then hauls them all over the country as prisoners. After they have had them for some months, sometimes they just kill them. Other times they ransom them out or release them.

Al Qaeda had a large building that they controlled where they had 600 prisoners holed up. On the bottom floor were gas tanks that can be seen hissing gas out of them. Apparently the civilians were brought down to this room, tied up and left there to be killed by gas that was pouring out of the tanks. Photographs of these tanks exist. The symptoms displayed by the “Sarin victims” look absolutely nothing at all like Sarin poisoning, which instead looks completely different. Instead the symptoms displayed by the victims are consistent with a couple of gases such carbon monoxide and some others that elude me now.

After they were killed by the gas, they were brought upstairs to the roof of the building where they were wrapped in those white cloths you see in the photos. Quite of a few of the dead in those photos have other injuries. Many appear to have had their throats slit, so they may have been killed before they were taken down to the room, or maybe they were not taken down to the room at all. Another photo of the “Sarin victims” shows a whole family killed in a room. The photo reveals that the family was killed with gunshots and knives.

British intelligence soon figured out that the Sarin gas that was used (samples had been obtained) was not from the Syrian government. The Syrian government only had one kind of Sarin in all of their Sarin stockpiles. This Sarin had a completely different signature and looked like something someone would cook up in a bathtub. It looked a lot like a shipment of Sarin that was seized from Al Nusra in Turkey earlier. This incident shows that Al Nusra already had access to Sarin gas.

British intelligence issued its report on the Sarin gas about two weeks before Obama was to go to Congress with his request to bomb Syria. The UK and France were both on board for the bombing mission to destroy Assad’s army so Al Qaeda could come into power in Syria. The UK and France have been supporting Al Qaeda in Syria from the very start of this mess.

The CIA reviewed the report and told Obama that there was no evidence whatsoever that the Syrian government did the Sarin attack. Who did it? They didn’t know. But one thing was for sure, the Syrian government sure didn’t.

You might be interested to note that the Sarin gas attack in Damascus was done exactly one year to the day after Obama made his “line in the sand” speech saying that if Assad ever used chemical weapons, that would be a green light for the US to invade Syria and overthrow the regime. So exactly one year to the date after that, what happens? “Assad” attacks his own people with chemical weapons! LOL. What do you think Assad is? Suicidal? Assad’s people may be stupid, but they are not fools. There is no way on Earth that Assad would shoot chemical weapons at his own people one year to the date after he was told his government would be overthrown if he did it.

Israel played their crucial role just like they always do. Their espionage agency, Mossad, said that they had intercepted a call from the Syrian Defense Department about the Sarin gas supposedly taking credit for it. The call may have been real. Apparently the Defense Ministry received reports that Sarin had been used, and calls went out all over the network with Defense officials asking, “Who shot the Sarin? Did our guys do it? Did one of our field forces do it? Who did it? Who shot it?” They were mystified, as no order had been given to fire Sarin.

Mossad’s “intercept” from “Assad’s Defense Ministry” was splashed all over the papers of the West as surefire solid evidence that “Assad” fired the weapons. The “impartial and objective” Western media continued to slam away at this “‘Assad’ fired chemical weapons” story for months on end.

The CIA managed to convince Obama that the Sarin was fired by unknown parties, not “Assad.” So two weeks later, Obama went to Congress and said he had changed his mind about bombing Syria. The real reason was because he no longer had the fake Sarin evidence. However, even after Obama knew full well that “Assad” did not do the Sarin attack, he continued to ferociously attack the government for the crime anyway. In other words, Obama lied.

Seymour Hersh published two articles via his CIA and MI5 sources which prove conclusively that “Assad” did not do the Sarin attack. Hersh assumes that the Syrian rebels must have done it, but he offers no evidence of this as he has none.

Hersh could not find a publisher for his piece anywhere in the US “free press.” The American media was so free they wouldn’t even publish his stories! How’s that for free! He had a huge falling out with the New Yorker Magazine which he worked with as they refused to publish his piece. The New Yorker should be called the Jew Yorker, as it is stacked top to bottom with “liberal” Jews (whatever that means). The liberalism of most Jews stops where Israel begins. I assume the reason they refused to publish the piece has to do with Jewish politics, as the Syrian state is an enemy of Israel.

As far as why no one else would publish his piece, I have no idea, but the media Gentiles aren’t much different than the media Jews. The media Jews and the media Gentiles are all part of the US Deep State, and they are all extreme supporters of  Israel, which in a deep alliance with US imperialism and the US Deep State.

To this very day, the US “free press” apparently never got the memo from the CIA that “Assad” never shot Sarin gas at anyone. The US media continues to occasionally blare this story, although for the most part, they seemed to have dropped it for strange and possibly nefarious reasons. The US “free press” is far sleazier, and more wicked and dangerous than you could possibly imagine. The media is actually an arm of the Deep State itself and I would not be surprised if the US media knows all sorts of classified matters that it never lets onto. The US “free press” appears to be little more than a despicable propaganda arm of the US Deep State.

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US, NATO Causing Chaos and Unrest in Moldova

US and NATO doing the only thing they can ever do, stir up trouble, chaos, war and hatred while promoting fascism, dicatorship, and radical nationalism, This time apparently they are supporting Moldovan Nazis or Romanian Nazis as their shock troops just like NATO used Ukrainian Nazis in the Ukraine.

Moldova has been run by oligarchs ever since the US/NATO got involved and they have stolen every nickel in the country while not doing one damn thing to help the people. America just can’t get over its love for oligarchs, right? All over the world, US foreign policy forever now has been:

Support the rich, the oligarchs and the 1%

Attack the people, all the way up to committing genocide against the ordinary working people.

It’s always pro-rich anti-people, pro-rich anti-people, pro-rich anti-people everywhere the US goes on Earth. If you’re not rich, why would you support US foreign policy which supports your class enemies? I hope you know that the US military is a major of this “support the rich, attack the people” project. Why would anyone who is not rich go join the US military to fight Wars for the Rich? Rich men get workers to fight their thieving wars for them? Why do workers put on uniforms to go fight for their class enemies? I don’t get it.

If you don’t want to fight for the rich, don’t join the US military. That’s all it’s been doing for a long time now.

This Moldova situation is starting to look seriously like Ukraine 2.0. Where is Nazi-loving Jew Victoria Nuland? Shouldn’t she be showing up about now? Where is her Nazi-loving Jew husband, neocon Robert Kagan. The Jews’ performance in US foreign policy has been despicable lately. Here is Jews’ foreign policy in a nutshell:

Support Al Qaeda (in Syria, Turkey and Yemen)

Support ISIS (in Turkey, Syria, Yemen and Lebanon)

Oppose ISIS and Al Qaeda (in Egypt)

Let’s pass around a few more memes, which are 100% factual:

Jews support Al Qaeda. Jews support Al Qaeda. Jews support Al Qaeda. Jews support Al Qaeda. Jews support Al Qaeda. Jews support Al Qaeda. Jews support Al Qaeda. Jews support Al Qaeda. Jews support Al Qaeda.

Jews support ISIS. Jews support ISIS. Jews support ISIS. Jews support ISIS. Jews support ISIS. Jews support ISIS. Jews support ISIS. Jews support ISIS. Jews support ISIS. Jews support ISIS. Jews support ISIS.

Pass it around!


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US And Turkey Supporting ISIS Expansion

Looks like the US is back to supporting our best friends in ISIS, the group we helped create. Initially the US and its allies supported ISIS. The the US at least turned on ISIS. Now it looks like the US is back supporting ISIS again. The US and Turkey have formed an “ISIS-free Zone” in Northern Syria. The US has vowed to use air power to defend any Syrian “moderate rebels” in the zone. If Syrian jets attack any Syrian rebels in this zone, the US will attack the Syrian forces. The only “moderate rebels” in the zone right now are called ISIS. In fact, about half of the ISIS-free Zone is already controlled by ISIS!

The US does not however supply ISIS. That’s our favorite ally Turkey that does that. Every day, dozens of trucks carrying guns, fighters and supplies cross the Turkish border into ISIS territory. The US does not touch any of these vehicles. These vehicles are coming from the extensive ISIS rear guard formations in Turkey. In other words, Turkey is the supply zone for ISIS. Of course, the US will not dare to touch ISIS’ rearguard area. So while the US does not support ISIS, it completely supports Turkey’s extensive ISIS rear guard ISIS supply zone and it does nothing to stop ISIS supplies from flooding across the border. In the meantime, we attack ISIS inside Syria. So the US is both supporting and attacking ISIS at the same time, which is completely insane, but US foreign policy has always been crazed and sociopathic.

The group  that the US does support and supply is Al Qaeda. The US gives a large amount of supplies to some fake “moderate rebels” in Syria. But there are maybe 50 moderate rebels in all of Syria. So really we are just supplying regular Islamist jihadis instead of Al Qaeda jihadis. However most if not all of the US supplies to the fake moderate rebels end up going directly do Al Qaeda. Really there are two factions among the Syrian rebels right now.


Al Qaeda (Al Nusra)

A few unaffiliated groups

There are some rebel groups that are not ISIS or Al Qaeda, but almost all such “moderate rebels” are fighting under Al Qaeda leadership. So when you give guns to “moderate rebels,” almost all of them are fighting under Al Qaeda command.

Bottom line is that while the US is not supplying ISIS, we are supporting and supplying Al Qaeda to the hilt in Syria.

In Syria, Al Qaeda is America’s best friend.

Spread it around, everywhere you go, to everyone you talk to!

America supports Al Qaeda. America supports Al Qaeda. America supports Al Qaeda. America supports Al Qaeda. America supports Al Qaeda. America supports Al Qaeda. America supports Al Qaeda. America supports Al Qaeda. America supports Al Qaeda. America supports Al Qaeda. America supports Al Qaeda. America supports Al Qaeda. America supports Al Qaeda.

Pass it around!

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ISIS Leader Baghdadi Himself Raped and Tortured American Hostage Karla Mueller


Incredible story.

Maybe the US might want to quit supporting ISIS now, do you think?


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The Women of ISIS

The women of the Islamic State - the ultimate psychobitches.

The women of the Islamic State – the ultimate psychobitches.

You guys think some of your ex-girlfriends were psychobitches? You ain’t seen nothing! I introduce to you – The Women of ISIS!

Some of these hellions are rather cute. The second from the left is a hottie. Too bad if you make her mad, she will probably saw your head off!


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Israel, Egypt and Lebanon

Egypt is run by a U.S/Saudi puppet who’s very existence depends on Uncle Sam’s handouts. Same goes for Lebanon.

The Egyptian people do not like Israel one bit. There are regular calls to vacate the armistice agreement with Israel and many Egyptian professional organizations are on record as having a “no cooperation with Israelis” rule. Egyptian engineers come to mind. If an Egyptian engineer cooperates with Israel, I believe he is thrown out of the professional group.

The reason that the US and Israel have been backing these seculars like Sisi and Mubarak all of these year is that if you actually let Egyptians vote on the question, they will elect a wildly anti-Israel government like the Muslim Brotherhood they just elected. The only way to keep Egypt as a US-Israeli ally is to force a pro-US, pro-Israel dictator on them and keep them from every voting!

The Lebanese state is utterly hostile to Israel. I even think a lot of Maronites don’t like them anymore. The Maronites mostly hate Syria and Hezbollah, and it is true that one of their militias cooperated heavily with Israel in being Israel’s proxy army during the Israeli occupation of South Lebanon. However, recently half of the Maronites (the Maronites have split into at least two factions) is in a formal alliance with Hezbollah and Amal, the Shia parties. So the Maronite-Shia hatred isn’t as deep as you think and has more to do with politics than anything else.

Even Maronites are Lebanese patriots. In the recent Israeli invasion of Lebanon in 2006, Maronite rhetoric was mostly against Hezbollah, but as Israel started destroying more and more of Lebanon, especially Beirut, the Maronites said they considered Israel to be an enemy invader and they were seriously considering activating their militia to fight the Israelis.

Nobody likes Israel in Lebanon. Not that the Lebanese can do anything about it. They are poorly armed.

Lebanon refuses to recognize the existence of Israel, and Lebanon says it is still officially at war with Israel. And I think Lebanon wants those three Shia Lebanese villages back that Israel stole in 1949. The entire Lebanese political spectrum wants the Shaaba Farms back that Israel stole in 1973.

I remember when Israel invaded Lebanon in 2006, towards the end, the Israelis went into a Greek Orthodox Christian village in South Lebanon very late one night at ~2 AM. The village was silent and seemed to be asleep. There were some Lebanese troops holed up in the village, and they more or less communicated with the Israelis that they did not want to fight them (the Lebanese Army is nearly useless).

Nevertheless, 10-15 minutes after the Israelis went into the village, the whole village opened fire on them with automatic weapons. The Israelis cleared out of the village fast. The SSNP party said their militia opened fire. They are a Greek Orthodox political party in Lebanon close to Syria, and they have an extreme, almost psychotic hatred of Israel.

I dated an Assyrian woman from Iran recently, an Eastern Christian. She despised Muslims because they have been killing her people forever, but she hated Israel about as much as your average Muslim Arab. She was also a bit of an anti-Semite.

Let me tell you much the Israelis are hated over there. Even the Middle Eastern Christians hate them! Literally nobody likes them in that part of the world, no one.

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Turkey Supports ISIS. … Now Declares “War Against ISIS”, But Instead Bombs Its Political Rival, Which Is the Most Effective Force Fighting ISIS

These attacks by Turkey are waging war on the most effective armed fore fighting ISIS. ISIS, on the other hand, was left virtually untouched. ISIS enjoys massive support from Turkey at all levels all the way down to local police forces. Most ISIS oil smuggled out of the country goes directly through Turkey with the knowledge and help of the Turkish government.

Every day dozens to hundreds of trucks pout across the Turkish border directly into Syrian territory controlled by ISIS. They are carrying arms, men and supplies to ISIS from Turkey. These convoys were photographed by a German journalist at the Turkish border last November. It is not Turkey itself that is supplying those trucks. Instead the trucks are being driven by ISIS drivers currying supplies from ISIS supply depots and men from ISIS bases across the border. The Turkish military at the border simply looks the other way. However there is some excellent evidence that Turkish intelligence has been working with ISIS for some time now.

ISIS has training camps and safehouses all over Turkey. When Turkish police battled Kurdish demonstrators protesting Turkish efforts to impede Kurdish help for city under seige by ISIS, scores of Turkish police in full uniform chanted pro-ISIS slogans. You wonder where ISIS is getting all of that wonderful equipment?

The military supplies come from Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey. Saudi support for ISIS goes way back. In fact, ISIS was originally a Saudi operation, the pet project of none other than Prince Bandar. Now ISIS infests Saudi Arabia itself, engaging in regular terrorist attacks in the Kingdom. Saudi Arabia has created a Frankenstein. It’s gotten up from the table, is walking on its own, and it’s coming to kill the Saudi mad scientists who made it.

Most of this is US weaponry. That is why you so often see ISIS with with US weapons. ISIS is being continually supplied mostly with US weapons. It’s US weaponry that keeps them going. In other words, Turkey and some partners have been backing ISIS for quite some time now.

The terrorist bomb blast against an unarmed, mostly Kurdish leftist group in Suruc recently was claimed by ISIS. I am quite certain that the Turkish government was in on that attack – probably Turkish intelligence. The group is made up of Leftists and Kurds, and those are the two principal enemies of the Turkish state for a very long time now. Sunni Salafis like Al Qaeda and ISIS are not enemies of the Turkish state – in fact, they are its allies.

Soon after the bombing, the PKK (a group which has my full support) launched an excellent operation, shooting dead two policeman who it said were cooperating with ISIS. It is a fact that many Turkish policemen are ISIS supporters, and its probably true that a lot of them are working with ISIS. I don’t think the PKK killed those two cops for no reason. PKK intelligence is very good. They wouldn’t kill innocent cops. If the PKK says they were cooperating with ISIS, you can be sure that they war.

As you can see, Turkey is using this fake war against ISIS to launch its real war against the Turkish Left and the Kurds (the PKK). The war against the PKK is not only against the armed faction of the Kurds (the PKK) but is also against the peaceful aboveground component in the Kurdish political party HDP which recently won 13% of the votes in the last election, setting off alarm bells all over Turkey.

Turkey claims that this political party has links to the PKK and it says the party’s representatives in Parliament have ties to the PKK. That’s probably not true. The PKK is a military organization, and the HDP just does politics and has nothing to do with anything military if the two groups have any links at all, and there is no evidence that the HDP is the aboveground component of the PKK anyway.

But most of these groups separate their military and political arms. For instance, the PFLP and Hamas in Palestine have political wings and armed wings. The politicians really have nothing to do with the military group except perhaps telling them to start shooting or giving them the go ahead to start shooting. The Hamas political wing has nothing whatsoever to do with the armed wing’s military strategy.

That’s all done by the armed wing – 100% by the armed wing. Although in states the division between politics and the military is a lot less clear, extra-state armed groups are generally very clear that their armed and political wings have nothing to do with each other. The people in the political wing don’t carry weapons. They don’t supply or smuggle weapons. They don’t run training camps for the guerrillas. They probably don’t have much to do with safehouses for the armed groups either. They know nothing about military strategy and have no role in planning it. They probably rarely see or talk to people in the armed wing. The two groups don’t have much to do with each other.

This is why targeted the political wing of these groups is almost always a crime. Yes they are “supporters” of the armed group, but so what? Since when is “support” a crime. Their support is psychological or verbal. So what? Since when is it illegal to say, “I support Hamas”? What the Hell kind of a crime is that?

This whole charade is utterly repulsive. As you can see, NATO is backing Turkey to the hilt in its war against the Kurds, which is really a war in support of ISIS. So NATO is supporting a war against the most successful anti-ISIS fighters. That means NATO is supporting ISIS, but I say NATO has been supporting ISIS in one way or another for a long time now.

Why would NATO be so insane as to support ISIS. NATO, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar all support ISIS? How much they support them ideologically is not known. But every one of these factions wants Assad gone. Turkey, the Saudis and Qatar all want him gone because he is a Shia and they are on radical Sunni anti-Shia campaign to wipe out Shia power all over the Middle East.

In the process, hundreds of thousands of Shia have been slaughtered. All three are supporting ISIS and Al Qaeda, groups that have launched near genocidal massacres against the Shia. So it can be argued that Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar want to Holocaust the Shia Muslims of the Middle East. Of course the US, NATO and Israel are all backing this Shia Shoah to the hilt. Whenever there’s mass murder anywhere in the world, Israel’s probably not far away. The Israelis just can’t stop killing people. Mass murder is in their blood.

Turkey Supports ISIS…Now Declares “War Against ISIS”, But Instead Bombs Its Political Rival, Which Is the Most Effective Force Fighting ISIS

By Global Research

NATO member Turkey has been busted supporting ISIS.

The Guardian reported this week:

US special forces raided the compound of an Islamic State leader in eastern Syria in May, they made sure not to tell the neighbors.

The target of that raid, the first of its kind since US jets returned to the skies over Iraq last August, was an Isis official responsible for oil smuggling, named Abu Sayyaf. He was almost unheard of outside the upper echelons of the terror group, but he was well known to Turkey. From mid-2013, the Tunisian fighter had been responsible for smuggling oil from Syria’s eastern fields, which the group had by then commandeered. Black market oil quickly became the main driver of Isis revenues – and Turkish buyers were its main clients.

As a result, the oil trade between the jihadis and the Turks was held up as evidence of an alliance between the two.


In the wake of the raid that killed Abu Sayyaf, suspicions of an undeclared alliance have hardened. One senior western official familiar with the intelligence gathered at the slain leader’s compound said that direct dealings between Turkish officials and ranking Isis members was now “undeniable”.

“There are hundreds of flash drives and documents that were seized there,” the official told the Observer. “They are being analyzed at the moment, but the links are already so clear that they could end up having profound policy implications for the relationship between us and Ankara.”


However, Turkey has openly supported other jihadi groups, such as Ahrar al-Sham, which espouses much of Al-Qaida’s ideology, and Jabhat al-Nusra, which is proscribed as a terror organization by much of the US and Europe. “The distinctions they draw [with other opposition groups] are thin indeed,” said the western official. “There is no doubt at all that they militarily cooperate with both.”


One Isis member says the organization remains a long way from establishing a self-sustaining economy across the area of Syria and Iraq it controls. “They need the Turks. I know of a lot of cooperation and it scares me,” he said. “I don’t see how Turkey can attack the organization too hard. There are shared interests.”

While the Guardian is one of Britain’s leading newspapers, many in the alternative press have long pointed out Turkey’s support for ISIS.

And expertsKurds, and Joe Biden have accuses Turkey of enabling ISIS.

Has Turkey Changed Its Ways?

On Tuesday, Turkey proclaimed that it will now help to fight ISIS.

Don’t buy it …

Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson – former chief of staff to Colin Powell, and now distinguished adjunct professor of Government and Public Policy at William & Mary – asked yesterday:

What is [Turkish president] Erdogan’s ultimate purpose? He hates Assad. He’d love to bring him down. Is that why he’s doing this?

There’s also the Kurds …

As Time Magazine pointed out in June:

Ethnic Kurds—who on Tuesday scored their second and third significant victories over ISIS in the space of eight days—are by far the most effective force fighting ISIS in both Iraq and Syria.

And yet Turkey is trying to destroy the Kurds. Time writes:

Since [Turkey announced that it was joining the war against ISIS] it has arrested more than 1,000 people in Turkey and carried out waves of air raids in neighboring Syria and Iraq. But most of those arrests and air strikes, say Kurdish leaders, have hit Kurdish and left wing groups, not ISIS.


Kurds are an ethnic minority that live in parts of Syria, Iraq, Turkey and Iran. They have been persecuted for decades — from Turkey’s suppression of Kurdish identity and banning of Kurdish language to Saddam Hussein’s use of chemical weapons on Kurdish communities. Their leaders, from the numerous different parties and rebel groups that represent them, have long sought an independent Kurdish state encompassing that territory and have fought against their respective governments to try to achieve that.


Hoshang Waziri, a political analyst based in Erbil, says the Kurds’ recent territorial gains in Syria along Turkey’s border and their increasing political legitimacy in the eyes of the West, have made the Kurds a bigger threat to Turkey than ISIS. “The fear of the Turkish state started with the Kurdish defeat of ISIS in Tel Abyad,” says Waziri.


The image in the West of the Kurds as a reliable ally on the ground is terrifying for Turkey,” says Waziri. “So before it’s too late, Turkey waged its war — not against ISIS, but against the PKK.


Some see the war against ISIS simply as a cover for an attack on Kurdish groups. Of the more than 1,000 people Turkey has arrested in security sweeps in recent days, 80% are Kurdish, associated either with the PKK or the non-violent Kurdish Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP), says İbrahim Ayhan, a member of parliament for the HDP.


Ayhan says the AKP needs a state of “chaos” to persuade voters that it is the only bulwark against chaos. As of yet no new government has been formed in Turkey and if that doesn’t happen in the next few weeks, new elections will be called. By that time Ayhan fears many of the leaders of his HDP party will be in jail and some even worry the HDP will be outlawed. At the same time, Erdoğan and his AKP hope they will have shown only they can defend Turkey from internal and external threats.

The Wall Street Journal reports:

Turkey’s military activity against Islamic State does not stem from sudden realizations about threats from ISIS but appears designed to elicit international support for its fight against the Kurds.

The Kurdish Workers’ Party, known as the PKK, was locked in a bloody war with the Turkish state from the mid-1980s until 2013. The cease-fire has, for all intents and purposes, been destroyed. Turkey is battling both ISIS and the PKK under the guise of fighting terrorism. Yet Turkish attempts to conflate ISIS and the PKK–even in the wake of the suicide bombing in a Kurdish border town that killed 32 young people–effectively ask people to overlook some salient facts:

The Kurds are Islamic State’s ideological opposites. The Kurds have been fighting ISIS in Syria and Iraq for some time; in particular, the Kurdish People’s Protection Unit (YPG) in northern Syria has been among the most effective forces at repelling ISIS efforts to take control of the Syrian-Turkish border. Kurdish military resistance in Syria and, to a lesser extent, the Kurdish autonomous government in Iraq have shouldered the lion’s share of the ground conflict against Islamic State, standing their ground at high cost and with limited support from the Western coalition.


A declaration of a state of emergency in Turkey would give the Justice and Development Party (or AKP), which lost its parliamentary majority in June elections, more flexibility to crack down on political opponents such as the Kurdish majority People’s Democratic Party. More than 1,300 people have been detained recently under the guise of cracking down on domestic PKK and ISIS elements in Turkey.

The AKP has declared the peace process with the Kurdish separatists dead and is trying to discredit the only recognized political representatives of the Turkish left and the Kurdish population; the Kurdish People’s Democratic Party won a 13% share of the Turkish parliament in the June elections–a sign of its rising popularity not only among Kurds but also with increasingly disgruntled Turkish liberals.


If a governing coalition isn’t formed, early elections will be held. The AKP appears to be hoping for that–under the thinking that a majority of voters would seek to maintain the status quo in a time of uncertainty and potential civil war, and that AKP’s standing in parliament would, in turn, be strengthened.

Zero Hedge adds:

Even the most mainstream of news outlets are unable to completely obscure the fact that Turkey’s ISIS “offensive” may amount to nothing more than a smokescreen, as Erdogan launches a renewed effort to crush the PKK and nullify opposition gains won at the ballot box early last month when, for the first time in more than a decade, AKP [Erdogan’s party] lost its parliamentary majority.

Coalition building efforts since the election have gone largely nowhere, and in what amounted to a sure sign that some manner of crackdown was likely just around the corner, Erdogan warned on June 21 that “if politicians are unable to sort [it] out, then the people are the only recourse” – a nod to his right under the constitution to call new elections.

Critically, AKP doesn’t need much to push them back over the top in terms of regaining their majority in parliament. Consider the following from WSJ:

Turkey’s government—which lost its parliamentary majority last month— bills its new two-front war against Kurdish militants and Islamic State as a much-overdue reaction to terrorism. But, on the third front of domestic politics, this violence could also help President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his party regain control.

In the June 7 parliamentary elections, Mr. Erdogan’s Justice and Development Party, or AKP, lost its majority for the first time in 12 years, and has been in coalition talks since. If these negotiations fail in coming weeks, Mr. Erdogan has said he will send the country back to the polls.

A rise in nationalist feelings amid the bloodshed and an unfolding crackdown on the government’s Kurdish political foes could bolster AKP’s chances in such a new election, many analysts say.

A two-percentage point shift from the last election could restore AKP’s absolute majority, making concessions demanded by its potential coalition partners on press freedom, corruption prosecutions and foreign policy unnecessary. This could also allow Mr. Erdogan to proceed with controversial plans to turn Turkey into a presidential republic and solidify his personal power.

The last passage there is critical.

AKP needs but a two percentage point swing in order to pave the way for Erdogan’s power grab and there’s no better way to stoke a renewed sense of nationalism and turn voters away from HDP than to invent a conflict and then trot out a few causalities as proof of what can happen when Kurdish “terrorists” are emboldened by a victory at the ballot box.

Given this, one could be forgiven for casting a wary eye at the rather convenient series of events that has now culminated in Ankara going back to war with the PKK. Here’s a recap:

NATO representatives met in Brussels on Tuesday after Turkey made a rare Article 4 request which compels treaty parties to convene in the event a member state is of the opinion that its “territorial integrity, political independence or security” is being threatened.

That’s the case in Turkey, where the security situation has rapidly deteriorated over the past two weeks following a suicide bombing in Suruc (claimed by Islamic State) and the murder of two Turkish policemen in the town of Ceylanpinar (at the hands of the PKK, which claims the officers were cooperating with ISIS). Ankara responded by launching airstrikes against both Islamic State and PKK.

So, ISIS launches a suicide attack and the PKK (whose Syrian affiliate YPG is battling ISIS just across the border) retaliates by killing two Turkish policemen, an event which gives the government an excuse to tighten the screws on the Kurds with virtual impunity under the guise of stepping up its efforts against ISIS.

Better still, the ISIS red herring has allowed Ankara to effectively obtain NATO’s blessing for a brutal crackdown on its Kurdish political rivals. To wit, from Salon:

The choreography attaching to the accord authorizing Turkey’s entry into war as a combatant is, as often, so careful and predictable as to be self-evident. On Sunday Ankara announced that it had requested a meeting of NATO ambassadors to consider its new circumstance. The outcome was obvious from the first.

Jens Stoltenberg, NATO’s Norwegian secretary-general, suggested Monday that Turkey was unlikely to get “any substantial NATO military support.”

This was a straw man: Material support is not what the Erdogan government wants. In its fight against ISIS and the Kurds—against both, note—it wants “solidarity and support from our NATO allies,” as the foreign ministry in Ankara later made clear.

Legitimacy, in other words. And it got it Tuesday in Brussels, where Stoltenberg announced, “We all stand united in condemning terrorism, in solidarity with Turkey.”  See the problem? Not “united against ISIS,” but “united in condemning terrorism.”

Erdogan understood. Within hours he declared that no peace process with the Kurds is possible—and then urged parliament to strip legislators with ties to the PKK of immunity from prosecution. An Istanbul source wrote Tuesday afternoon to say that some sitting parliamentarians have already been arrested.

So there you have it – mission accomplished. Erdogan has now secured Western support for his effort to nullify an election result he did not like.


Consider the following from Al Jazeera:

“When AK party lost [its] absolute majority [in parliament] on June 7, while HDP won, getting over the 10 percent barrier, the results showed how people started seeing that not every Kurd is a terrorist,”  Ilya U Topper, an Istanbul-based analyst on foreign affairs and democracy for the M’Sur, a Spanish media outlet added.

He noted that HDP was able to perform so well in June’s elections because there was peace.

“Two years of peace make people forget bloodshed and give them hope. Now we are back to square one. Kurds are ‘terrorists’ again,” he said. “If elections are repeated, HDP might fall under the barrier and AK party will achieve [an] absolute majority in the elections. The big question is why the PKK accepted that game.”

And that is a very good question.

Why would the PKK, whose political affiliate had just won a major victory at the ballot box, suddenly decide that now is the time to break a fragile cease fire, likely knowing that doing so would imperil further political gains and legitimacy for HDP?


In the final analysis, Turkey wants Assad out of Syria and that means backing anyone and everyone who is willing to help make that happen (including ISIS) with the exception of the PKK, who Ankara is keen on crushing especially after June’s election results. So now, Turkey will use ISIS as an excuse to procure NATO support for a politically motivated rout of Kurdish “terrorists”.

The West will hope that ISIS will suffer more damage than YPG, Turkey will hope that PKK and, by extension, YPG will suffer more damage than ISIS, and everyone – Ankara, Washington, ISIS, and PKK – will hope the when the dust (and blood) finally settles, Bashar al-Assad will have met a Gaddafiesque end.

So Turkey isn’t really going after ISIS … instead, the ruling party is going after its main political threat – the Kurds – and continuing its long-term effort to overthrow Syria’s Assad.


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Islamist Guerrilla Kills 4 US Marines in Shooting Attack in Tennessee

Four US machines shot and killed by an Islamist guerrilla in Chattanooga.

This was not a terror attack, and this man was not a terrorist. He was a guerrilla fighter in an insurgency. His group has simply declared war on the US.

It is never terrorism to attack soldiers for a military reason at wartime or peacetime. Terrorism only applies to civilians. A person who attacks soldiers for a military reason during either peacetime or wartime is simply an enemy soldier of some sort, often a guerrilla, in this case an urban guerrilla.

I am really getting sick and tired of the disgusting abuse of these words, terror, terrorism and terrorist. Like racism and racist, these words have become so abused by scumbags these days that they have almost no meaning whatsoever anymore.


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America Arms and Supports Al Qaeda!

spino writes:

Where can I find evidence to support that we are actively arming Al Qaeda.

I just told you folks in the previous story. Honestly it would be better to say that we are arming them in a roundabout devious way rather than openly, all to establish plausible deniability I suppose.

Two ways:

  • We look the other way while Turkey, Qatar and Saudi Arabia actively support and arm Al Qaeda.
  • We give lots of weapons to the fake moderate opposition. Most of these people fight alongside Al Qaeda anyway in the Al Qaeda led front. Others give or sell the stuff to Al Qaeda. Bottom line is the majority of the stuff we gave to the fake moderates ends up in the hands of Al Qaeda. We know this full well, but we keep giving them weapons anyway.

It’s appalling!

Spread the word everyone!

The US supports Al Qaeda! The US supports Al Qaeda!

Tell everyone, spread it everywhere!


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