August 4, 2014

Israel Is Turning Gaza To Ashes; ISIS Terrorists Threaten To Turn Iraq Into A Wasteland Like Afghanistan; The Authors of These Disasters Are On The CIA's Payroll

"So, as I terrorize Gotham Gaza, I will feed its people hope to poison their souls. I will let them believe they can survive so that you can watch them clambering over each other to stay in the sun. You can watch me torture an entire city and when you have truly understood the depth of your failure, we will fulfill Ra's al Ghul's Zionism's destiny... We will destroy Gotham Gaza and then, when it is done and Gotham Gaza is...ashes... then you have my permission to die." - Israel to Palestinian leaders. Source of quote: The Dark Knight Rises (2012, Warner Bros. Pictures).

An excerpt from, "ISIS Leader Abu Bakr Al Baghdadi Trained by Israeli Mossad, NSA Documents Reveal" Gulf Daily News, July 16, 2014:
The former employee at US National Security Agency (NSA), Edward Snowden, has revealed that the British and American intelligence and the Mossad worked together to create the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).

Snowden said intelligence services of three countries created a terrorist organisation that is able to attract all extremists of the world to one place, using a strategy called “the hornet’s nest”.

Leaks revealed that ISIS leader and cleric Abu Bakr Al Baghdadi took intensive military training for a whole year in the hands of Mossad, besides courses in theology and the art of speech.
An excerpt from, "US: Many Afghan Officials on CIA Payroll" by Jason Ditz,, August 27, 2010:
Following the repots that Mohammed Zia Salehi, a top Afghan security official charged with corruption, had secretly been on the CIA payroll for many years, US officials have leapt to his defense by noting that actually quite a few top Afghan officials are on the CIA’s payroll.

In fact analysts say the CIA has “long-standing” relationships with a number of top Afghan officials, including President Karzai himself. The CIA declined to comment directly on the matter, but warned that questioning its ties to Afghan officials was “dangerous and counterproductive.”