June 18, 2014

I$I$: Islamic State of Israel And The States

I$I$: Islamic State of Israel and the States.

The Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham is in reality the Islamic State of Israel and the States. All objective historians, journalists, and commentators should refer to I$I$ by this name. It more honestly reflects the true identities of the string-pullers behind this terrorist organization, who have played the most important role in its rise to power in Syria and Iraq.

Make no doubt, the diabolical rulers of the US and Israel are rejoicing at the fact that I$I$ has swept across Iraq at such a rapid pace. But, in order to deflect public attention from their secret assistance for this terrorist group they put out propaganda stories such as the kidnapping of Israeli and American teens in the West Bank to make it appear to the world that I$I$ is also attacking the interests and citizens of the US and Israel.

But this is not the case. I$I$ is fully in the pockets of the CIA and Mossad, just as Al-Qaeda was before and after 9/11. This is simply a massive rebranding campaign of CIA/Mossad/MI6-backed Jihadism, and we would be fools to fall for it.

The kidnapping of the Israeli and American teens by I$I$ in the West Bank is either a propaganda fairy tale, or the I$I$ kidnappers were specifically instructed by their CIA and Mossad handlers to keep the teens safe in return for cash. The target is world public opinion.

The Turkish government also pulled off the same trick when it had their assets in I$I$ take hostage the Turkish consulate in Mosul in the wake of their takeover of the city. This trick was also aimed at world public opinion, with the purpose of covering up Turkey's crucial support for this terrorist group in northern Syria in the past three and a half years against the Assad regime.

Read the two articles below for more information about the clandestine as well as indirect support for I$I$ by the criminal governments in Washington and Tel Aviv.

An excerpt from, "The Engineered Destruction and Political Fragmentation of Iraq. Towards the Creation of a US Sponsored Islamist Caliphate" by Prof Michel Chossudovsky, Global Research, June 14, 2014:
US-NATO support to ISIS is channeled covertly through America’s staunchest allies: Qatar and Saudi Arabia. According to London’s Daily Express “They had money and arms supplied by Qatar and Saudi Arabia.”
“through allies such as Saudi Arabia and Qatar, the West [has] supported militant rebel groups which have since mutated into ISIS and other al‑Qaeda connected militias. ( Daily Telegraph, June 12, 2014)
While the media acknowledges that the government of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki has accused Saudi Arabia and Qatar of supporting ISIS, it invariably fails to mention that both Doha and Riyadh are acting on behalf and in close liaison with Washington.
An excerpt from, "How the US is enabling Syriastan" by Pepe Escobar, Asia Times, September 27, 2013:
So for all practical purposes it's now a war between the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and a bunch of jihadis. Of course this will NOT be explained by supine corporate media to Western public opinion.

Now imagine these beheading, liver-devouring Sharia groupies willing to go to the Geneva II conference to negotiate a ceasefire with the Syrian government and a possible peace deal with the NATO-House of Saud axis. Obviously it's not going to happen - as Bandar Bush himself telegraphed Russian President Vladimir Putin in person in Moscow.

Worse, from Washington's point of view, there's no way to justify why no meaningful negotiations can take place. Even puzzled infidels with half a brain across the Beltway will be able to make a connection between hordes of Syrian "rebels" embracing al-Qaeda immediately after al-Shabaab's attack on the Westgate mall in Nairobi.

It goes without saying that Baghdad is freaking out with these developments. The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant is ramping up car bombing and suicide bombing in Iraq itself - because the "apostate" Shi'ite-led al-Maliki government is as much a target as the secular Bashar al-Assad. It's hard to believe that only five months ago I was writing about the advent of the Islamic Emirate of Syriastan.