Be careful the company you keep.
ISIS is not something to be "contained," as President Obama keeps saying, it is a disease that must be destroyed at its roots. And that begins with shutting down the Saudi-funded Wahhabi mosques in Paris, London, and all over Europe. These extremist mosques are not teaching a brotherly religion with universal love at its core but spoon-feeding a deadly poison to impressionable young minds. The next step would be finding a just resolution to the NATO-sponsored wars in Syria and Libya asap. Unfortunately, the U.S. government, the French government, and other NATO powers do not want to take either of those two steps.
Various Links On The Paris State Terrorist Crime
Moon of Alabama - What Preceded The Islamic State Attacks In France - Some Links (Updated).
Land Destroyer Report - CONFIRMED: French Government Knew Extremists BEFORE Attack.
Washington's Blog - Context for Paris Terror Attack: U.S. and Its Allies C-R-E-A-T-E-D ISIS.
Global Research - The Paris Terrorist Attacks, “9/11 French-Style”, “Le 11 septembre à la française.”
Infowars - Special Report: Paris Massacre Only The Beginning.
21st Century Wire - Magic Passports Redux: Syrian Passport Allegedly Discovered on Suicide Bomber.
Veterans Today - Paris – This is a signal that we are going to have very bloody holiday season.
An excerpt from, "Why Wahhabi/Salafist Mosques Should be Banned From Receiving Foreign Funding" by Iain Dale, June 28, 2015:
I’m not a great fan of the “something must be done” knee-jerk response to a terror attack or tragedy. It invariably leads to the wrong thing being done and the consequences can be felt for years afterwards. What is needed is calm, cool reflection on what has happened. So what I am about to say isn’t actually in response to what happened on Friday in Tunisia, France, Kuwait and Kobane. It’s something I have been talking about for a long time on my LBC show.
Over the last two years I have grown very concerned by the number of muslims I talk to, not just on my show, but in every day conversation too, who believe that Saudi and Qatari money are funding Wahhabi-ist mosques throughout the country and it is these who are in part to blame for the rise in support for extremist ideas among some British muslims. Along with the spread of extremist websites which promote ISIS and their warped ideology, these mosques are now places many moderate muslims won’t go, having recognised the danger they pose to young minds. This isn’t me asserting something, this is what I hear time and time again from muslims themselves. Some (not all) Imams in these British mosques are starting to turn Sunni against Shia, and the long term consequences of that can only be imagined. The thing is, this is nothing new, yet no one in Britain has confronted the danger despite the warnings.
In 2007 Paul Vallely investigated Saudi funding of Wahhbism in the UK in THIS story in The Independent. It came on the heels of a report written by report by Dr Denis MacEoin, an Islamic studies expert at Newcastle who previously taught at the University of Fez. He discovered a huge amount of “malignant literature” inside as many as a quarter of Britain’s mosques. All of it, according to Vallely, had been published and distributed by agencies linked to the government of King Abdullah.