There’s no doubt that the Islamic State terror group is a creation of those who created Israel and other Western Corporations.
The ISIL adventure is earning itself at least $1 million in oil revenue from the underground oil market, out of its controlled oil fields. Its sponsors, however, is seeking to increase the amount by bombing more areas.
Through their multiple layers of corporate intelligence agencies, radical groups in the Middle East were packaged into one big Muslim Brotherhood, then recycled and rebranded into different names and style over the years.
Ben Fulford, on the other hand, stated that this ongoing Middle East turmoil is just an attempt to remap the region by establishing a Caliphate along ethnic lines that will include Israel as an autonomous region. This is said to end all the troubles there.
The big question is, do we really need a terror group for that?
The underlying agenda would be clearer if we consider the Rothschilds’ endless appetite for global control through the establishment of regional groups for easy management, e.g. EU, WTO.
Behind the scenes, Fulford and Rothschild groups are trying to strike a win-win solution for everyone.
We don’t agree dealing with any Jesuit affiliated groups.
“Going After” the Islamic State. Guess Who is Behind the Caliphate Project?
By Prof Michel Chossudovsky
The Islamic State (IS) is portrayed as an Enemy of America and the Western world.
With the support of America’s indefectible British ally, President Barack Obama has ordered a series of US bombing raids on Iraq allegedly with a view to defeating the rebel army of the Islamic State (IS).
“We will not waver in our determination to confront the Islamic State … If terrorists think we will weaken in the face of their threats they could not be more wrong.” (Barack Obama and David Cameron, Strengthening the NATO alliance, op ed published in the London Times, September 4, 2014, emphasis added)
But Who is behind the Islamic State Project?
In a bitter irony, until recently the rebels of the Islamic State, formerly known as the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) were heralded as Syria’s “opposition freedom fighters” committed to “restoring democracy” and unseating the secular government of Bashar al Assad.
And who was behind the jihadist insurgency in Syria?
Those who ordered the bombing campaign are those who are behind the Caliphate Project.
The Islamic State (IS) militia, which is currently the alleged target of a US-NATO bombing campaign under a “counter-terrorism” mandate, was and continues to be supported covertly by the United States and its allies.
In other words, the Islamic State (IS) is a creation of US intelligence with the support of Britain’s MI6, Israel’s Mossad, Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) and Saudi Arabia’s General Intelligence Presidency (GIP), Ri’āsat Al-Istikhbārāt Al-’Āmah ( رئاسة الاستخبارات العامة). Moreover, according to Israeli intelligence sources (Debka) NATO in liaison with the Turkish High Command has been involved in the recruitment of jihadist mercenaries from the outset of the Syrian crisis in March 2011.
In relation to the Syrian insurgency, the Islamic State fighters together with the Al Qaeda affiliated jihadist forces of the Al Nusrah Front are the foot soldiers of the Western military alliance. They are covertly supported by US-NATO-Israel. Their mandate is to wage a terrorist insurgency against the government of Bashar al-Assad. The atrocities committed by Islamic State fighters in Iraq are similar to those committed in Syria.
As a result of media disinformation, Western public opinion is unaware that the Islamic State terrorists have from the very outset been supported by the United States and its allies.
The killings of innocent civilians by the Islamic State terrorists in Iraq are used to create a pretext and a justification for US military intervention on humanitarian grounds. The bombing raids ordered by Obama, however, are not intended to eliminate the Islamic State, which constitutes a US “intelligence asset”. Quite the opposite, the US is targeting the civilian population as well as the Iraqi resistance movement.
The Role of Saudi Arabia and Qatar
Amply documented, US-NATO support to the Islamic State is channeled covertly through America’s staunchest allies: Qatar and Saudi Arabia. Acknowledged by the Western media, both Riyadh and Doha acting in liaison and on behalf of Washington have played (and continue to play) a central role in the financing the Islamic State (IS) as well as the recruitment, training and religious indoctrination of terrorist mercenary forces deployed in Syria.
According to London’s Daily Express “They [the Islamic State terrorists] had money and arms supplied by Qatar and Saudi Arabia.”
“The most important source of ISIS financing to date has been support coming out of the Gulf states, primarily Saudi Arabia but also Qatar, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates,” (According to Dr. Günter Meyer, Director of the Center for Research into the Arabic World at University of Mainz, Germany, Deutsche Welle)
This money was channeled to ISIS terrorists fighting against government forces in Syria:
“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)
According to Robert Fisk, the IS caliphate project “has been bankrolled by Saudi Arabia”:
…[M]eet Saudi Arabia’s latest monstrous contribution to world history: the Islamist Sunni caliphate of Iraq and the Levant, conquerors of Mosul and Tikrit – and Raqqa in Syria – and possibly Baghdad, and the ultimate humiliators of Bush and Obama.
From Aleppo in northern Syria almost to the Iraqi-Iranian border, the jihadists of Isis and sundry other groupuscules paid by the Saudi Wahhabis – and by Kuwaiti oligarchs – now rule thousands of square miles. (Robert Fisk, The Independent
, June 12, 2014
In 2013, as part of its recruitment of terrorists, Saudi Arabia took the initiative of releasing prisoners on death row in Saudi jails.
A secret memo revealed that the prisoners were being “recruited” to join jihadist militia (including Al Nusrah and ISIS) to fight against government forces in Syria.
The prisoners had reportedly been offered a deal — stay and be executed or fight against Assad in Syria. As part of the deal the prisoners were offered a “pardon and a monthly stipend for their families, who were allowed to stay in the Sunni Arab kingdom”.
Saudi officials apparently gave them a choice: decapitation or jihad? In total, inmates from Yemen, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Jordan, Somalia, Afghanistan, Egypt, Pakistan, Iraq, and Kuwait chose to go and fight in Syria.(See Global Research, September 11, 2013)
“Volte Face”: About Turn
On September 11, 2014, coinciding with the commemoration of 9/11, the King of Saudi Arabia together with the Monarchs of the Gulf States announced their unbending commitment to support Obama’s holy war against the Islamic State (IS), which has and continues to be funded by Qatari and Saudi money as part of a carefully engineered intelligence operation.
Secretary of State John F. Kerry, left, speaks with Joseph W. Westphal, the U.S. ambassador to Saudi Arabia, and Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal on his arrival at the King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jiddah, Saudi Arabia on Sept. 11, 2014. (Pool photo by Brendan Smialowski via Associated Press)
Saudi Arabia and the Gulf States which actively contributed to the financing of the Islamic State, not to mention the recruitment, training of terrorists on behalf of Washington, pledged their unbending support for Obama’s military campaign to “degrade and ultimately destroy” the Islamic State.
The statement of support contained in the communiqué, commits the “leading Arab states to working with the U.S. to cut off the flow of foreign fighters and funds to the Islamic State.” It also confirms that members discussed “a strategy to destroy the ISIL wherever it is, including in both Iraq and Syria.”
Saudi Arabia has come to understand the Islamic State group is a serious threat to their country as well– that it isn’t a mainstream Sunni movement.One element of Obama’s IS plan seeks to undermine the ideological and religious claims that the Islamic State militants make to Islam.
The administration hopes Riyadh will use its influence among Islamic religious leaders. (Voice of America, September 11, 2014)
Recruiting “Moderate Terrorists”
As part of the agreement, the House of Saud is to “host a training facility for thousands of Syrian rebel fighters who are combating both the Islamic State and President Bashar al-Assad’s regime.” An absurd and fake proposition. Until September 9th, “officially” Saudi Arabia had been supporting the Islamic State against the government of Bashar al Assad and now it has been entrusted in recruiting jihadists to fight the Islamic State. An absurd and fake proposition. But the media has failed to connect the dots and uncover the big lie.
We are dealing with a diabolical project: The architects of the Islamic State have informed the World that they are “going after” their own terrorists as part of a counter-terrorism operation.
While these actions are undertaken under the banner of the “Global War on Terrorism”, the US has no intention to target its IS own terror brigades which are integrated by Western special forces and intelligence operatives. In fact the only meaningful and effective campaign against Islamic State terrorists is being waged by Syrian government forces.
Needless to say, US, NATO, Saudi and Qatari support and funding to the Islamic State will continue. The objective is not to destroy the Islamic State as promised by Obama. What we are dealing with is a US sponsored process of destabilizing and destroying both Iraq and Syria. The campaign against the Islamic State is being used as a justification to bomb both countries, largely targeting civilians.
The endgame is to destabilize Iraq as a nation state and trigger its partition into three separate entities.
The broader US-NATO strategic objective is to destabilize the entire Middle East- North Africa -Central Asia -South Asia region, including Iran, Pakistan and India.
NATO behind Creation of ISIL: Webster Tarpley
Webster Griffin Tarpley, an author and historian from Washington, says that NATO is behind the creation of the so-called Islamic State in Iraq and Levant (ISIL) and thinks that the terrorists of the ISIL were trained in the NATO camps in Jordan
Tarpley was speaking in an interview with Press TV discussing the crisis in the Middle East.
An approximate transcription of the interview comes as follows:
Press TV: In your perspective, if the United States and its Western and regional allies had not actually supported and created armed groups in Syria to fight against the Syrian government would we be seeing the same situation as we’re witnessing today with ISIL?
Tarpley: I think the fact of the matter is that NATO forces, the United States, Britain and France, are very much behind the creation of ISIS or ISIL. The general idea is that these were fighters that were trained in those NATO camps in Jordan.
The money comes from Saudi Arabia. The main moneybag seems to be Prince Abdul Rahman al-Faisal. He’s the brother of Saud Al-Faisal, the Foreign Minister, also the brother of Prince Turki, the former Ambassador here to the United States.
The people composing this group have been brought in from Libya at the end of 2011. I’m afraid Ambassador Stevens in Benghazi played a role in that. They were transferred to Turkey and then moved into northern Syria. It’s a well-known group of death squad fanatics starting off as unemployed men with no future despair and so forth, and then given this to do.
To sum up this entire argument in one picture, I would urge people to look at the Voltaire Network. You can find an article there by my friend, Thierry Meyssan. It’s a picture from the Spring of 2013, from April 2013, in the area of Idlib in northern Syria. Here we see none other than former Republican presidential candidate John McCain, who is of course a top official of the National Endowment for Democracy, International Republican Institute operation, sitting down in the
strategic consultation with General Salim Idris of the so-called Free Syrian Army, right, the heroes of democracy, pro-Western and all that.
Also sitting there is this guy, we have to give him three names, at that time he was called al-Badri, and then he became Baghdadi, he became the head of ISIL, and now I guess he calls himself Caliph Ibrahim. Anyway, that guy at the moment that McCain sat down with him was already wanted by the United States for terrorism and killing – a $25,000 reward. He was a member of al-Qaeda. He was listed as a member of al-Qaeda on the list of the sanctions that had been imposed vis-à-vis terrorists in Syria.
What this shows is that when we talk about ISIL we’re dealing with the new CIA-Arab legion, in the same way that al-Qaeda, the original one from 1980, was the CIA-Arab legion created with the help of US intelligence, British intelligence, to fight the Soviets in Afghanistan. This is now a new version of that, jazzed up for the social media and so forth.
Press TV: What about that, Mr. Tarpley, that the Obama administration did not basically do anything in dealing with the situation in Syria? -Although we have a lot of information saying that actually the Obama administration along with his Western allies were some of the main entities behind supporting those who were said to be the opposition against the Syrian government.
Tarpley: About a year ago we had this fake chemical weapons provocation that was cooked up by NATO forces, Saudi Arabia and others. The goal was to get the United States to bomb Syria, and of course Obama wisely decided to defer to US and even British public opinion, and to the Congress [who] all opposed to bombings. Obama was on firm ground with that.
The question right now is if you really think that ISIL is the end of the world, that this is the negation of civilization, which in many ways it is, what could you do? You could issue an ultimatum to Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the rest of the Gulf States, the Gulf Cooperation Council, and you could say, ‘boys, stop sending arms and money to ISIL’.
We also know we have Turkey, a NATO ally. This is right near where ISIL based itself and where it emerged. Up until the day before yesterday, about, that border was open so that the Saudis and the Qataris could send in their support to northern Syria, that “Raka” area, and get that aid in. Why didn’t the Turks close that border?
We also have to remember, Turkey has a huge army. Why don’t they just come across, brush ISIL aside, and shut this thing down?
We were also told that ISIL was the end of the world but Maliki had to go. But now he’s gone so something at least has happened.
However, the most dangerous is the drumbeat among the neo-cons and among the humanitarian bombers, the Samantha Powers rangers, we might call them. They’re saying it’s time to bomb Syria. Now here’s the problem. What are the targets supposed to be?
I think the lesson of this entire thing is you have got to work with existing governments. Any government is potentially an ally against this type of situation, against non-state actors, people who are bringing chaos into the area.
I think the most important imperative is to drop this absurd campaign against President Assad of Syria and join with Assad. Help Assad crush what’s left of that terrorist insurgency in the ISIL area and all over.
Indeed, I would ask my colleague there from the Hudson Institute, if ISIL is as I think we can agree a negation of civilization, why not join with Assad? –Because we’re hearing in the last 48 hours that the key to all of this is in Syria. Maybe it is. Why not join with Assad and the legal, recognized government in Syria, the UN member state, to crush them and certainly not to start mission creep where they start bombing Syrian targets that are loyal to Assad and indeed helping ISIL that way?
Press TV: Mr. Tarpley, your take on some of our viewer’s opinions. We have a wide range blaming Press TV actually, for what ISIL is doing to many others.But I want to look at in general, what we see is we have some of the viewers talking about the Western individuals involved in all of this, and I want to look at this. We know that when the situation started in Syria, Syrian President Assad and his government continued to say that there were thousands of terrorists coming in from these Western countries and basically that continued to be ignored.
Now we see a lot of these Western governments saying that the biggest threat to them right now are these same terrorists when they return to their home countries. Why at that point in time was it totally ignored but now at this point in time it becomes number-one priority, at least that’s what they’re saying?
Tarpley: Partly because it’s become a political and public relations embarrassment for Obama. Now that’s an opportunity to get something done.
The CIA and other intelligence services, they do what they want. They don’t ask Obama or any president. So, they’ve been creating this ISIL. This is simply their method of work.
Now we’ve got a situation where there’s a public interest in this subject and Obama feels that he has to do something. The question would then be what? I would recommend working with existing governments.
The history of all this stuff though goes back to this shadowy network inside the US government, the rogue network or invisible government. It goes back to John Negroponte, the US Ambassador in Baghdad about ten years ago. This is when these death squads began to emerge. His disciple was Ambassador Robert Ford who became then the US Ambassador to Syria at precisely the time the death squads emerged.
There never was a phase of democratic agitation in Syria that was not accompanied by gunfire.
The other thing to say is there are no moderates in the Syrian opposition. We even see an institutional figure like Fareed Zakaria of CNN pointing out that this is simply an illusion. Indeed, I would even go further.
If you look at that picture of McCain with General Idris of the so-called FSA and General Baghdadi, who is now the caliph or calls himself the caliph, you’ll see there is no difference. The “Free Syrian Army” is the same thing on the ground as Nusra, as the Islamic Front, as ISIL, ISIS or whatever you want to call it, and now the Islamic State. These are all the same people. They just put on a different hat. If they have to talk to you as senator, they’ll dress up one way. If they have to go out and talk to some people newly arrived from Chechnya or northern Libya, Cyrenaica or Derna, they’ll put on a different getup. It’s all the same thing. There are no moderates.
Press TV: The role in this terrorist group with ISIL and social media, we’re seeing a little different take as far as a terrorist group this time around being extremely internet savvy and using social media. Why aren’t they being shut down?
Tarpley: Because there’s an interest in not having them shut down. I would point out that the coverage in the US mass media is the glorification of ISIL. Why? They’re supermen; they are ten feet tall; they are so sophisticated – sophisticated is the most common word. They know how to use the social media…
Press TV: Why is that the case, that they’re portrayed like that in the world?
Tarpley: They’ve got to build it up. Let me just point out that James Foley, the poor victim – we deplore his killing – he went to Libya to essentially do positive publicity for terrorists. He went there when Gaddafi was killed. He was then moved over to the Aleppo area.
His troubles began when he wrote an article saying the people of Aleppo don’t like the terrorists, the people of Aleppo are getting nostalgic for Assad. Then in a couple of months he was kidnapped. Maybe they decided to use this poor guy in a different way.
You can compare it also to the pro-al-Qaeda propaganda coming from people like Bernard Lewis and/or Michael Scheuer from the CIA bin Laden unit. They were writing that bin Laden was a hero, that he was the George Washington of the Arab world and so on and so forth. This is what the CIA does when they want to build up this ogre, this poobah, and then use that to manipulate public opinion around the world, including the US, the Arab world, Europe and so forth.
Source: Press TV
Saudi Arabia, Qatar funding extremism: British commander
A former British commander in Iraq says that Saudi Arabia and Qatar are accountable for globally spreading extremism.
In a recent interview with The Telegraph, General Jonathan Shaw said that both of the Arab states have ignited a “time bomb” by funding extremism that has triggered the rise of the ISIL.
Britain’s former Assistant Chief of the Defense Staff went on to say that the two countries have spent billions of dollars on funding Wahhabi and Salafist militant groups.
Shaw also said Qatar and Saudi Arabia’s rulers, who are now more threatened by their creation than any other countries, must lead an ideological struggle against the ISIL terrorists.
The former commander also referred to the current military campaign against the ISIL as “futile” unless the underlying Takfiri ideology was also directly tackled.
“It (this ideology) is funded by Saudi and Qatari money and that must stop,” he added.
The US and its allies, including Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Qatar and Jordan, have been conducting airstrikes against the ISIL inside Syria without any authorization from Damascus or a UN mandate for over two weeks.
According to a report published by The Telegraph, wealthy individuals in the Persian Gulf region have raised tens of millions of dollars for terrorist groups. The report also says Arab leaders have either chosen to ignore the problem or are complicit in the funding of the terrorists in Syria and Iraq.
The ISIL terrorists currently control large swathes of territory across Syria and Iraq. They have carried out heinous atrocities in both countries, including mass executions and beheadings of people.
US, UK seek to protect Saudi Arabia from ISIL: Analyst
The US and the UK are seeking to suppress the advance of ISIL Takfiri terrorists in Iraq out of fear that the group might pose a threat to Saudi Arabia, a political commentator tells Press TV.
“The point is they [the US and Britain] created this monster [the ISIL], and they now fear that this monster will now turn on Saudi Arabia in particular, and they are friends with Saudi Arabia and so they are now trying to control it,” Rodney Shakespeare said in an interview with Press TV.
He further said that Washington and London are not prepared to head straight to the source of support for the ISIL acts of terrorism in the region, which is Saudi Arabia.
The terror group in the first place has been created by the US, Israel and Saudi Arabia “aided by their sidekicks in Turkey and [British] Prime Minister David Cameron,” Shakespeare noted, adding that the main purpose of the ISIL “is to smash up any Middle East state which exhibits any sort of opposition to the expansion of Israel.”
He also warned that “Zionism… has created something [ISIL] which looks like capable of overthrowing eventually Saudi Arabia and will probably end up attacking Israel.”
In a recent article published in The Sunday Telegraph, the British premier warned that if the ISIL Takfiri militants grow stronger, the group would project a threat to the UK and the rest of Europe.
However, Britain has openly supported the militancy in Syria to help topple the government of President Bashar al-Assad. According to reports, an estimated 500 Britons have traveled to Syria to fight along the foreign-backed militants there.
Some British militants are also believed to have crossed into Iraq, where violence escalated two months ago after militants from the ISIL took control of large swathes of the country.
Earlier this month, US President Barack Obama also authorized the use of airstrikes to prevent the advance of ISIL terrorists in Iraq and to protect US personnel and interests inside the country.
The decision came after Washington’s inaction regarding the massacres in Iraq and Syria. The US along with its Western and regional allies — especially Qatar, Saudi Arabia and, Turkey — is reportedly supporting militants operating inside Syria.
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