Monday, November 16, 2015

Helped with the targeting

Hilarious, from April 22, 2013:  "EU lifts Syria oil embargo to bolster rebels".  The only group exploiting that oil is ISIS (and it remains the fact that the only country to try to interrupt the ISIS oil business is Russia).  I have no idea why all Europeans aren't locking their politicians into legislative buildings, and burning the buildings down.

I suppose we should be happy that the French response so far is an increase in its campaign of pretending to attack ISIS.  There must be excellent communications between ISIS commanders and the bombers of the Zio-American alliance for so many bombs to hit so few ISIS positions!  The answer:  " . . . after coordination with U.S. defense officials who helped with the targeting".

"Inquiry Finds Mounting Proof of Syria Link to Paris Attacks"  Forget Raqqa, they should be bombing Molenbeek!  Also, this attack had nothing to do with the refugees, with the one participant, if he did come from Syria, added to make a point.

Another 'drill', another passport (also).  "Important Events Leading Up to the November 13 Paris Terrorist Attacks. Sheer Coincidence?"  All the earmarks of an intelligence operation.  And:  "French Security Left Blind During Paris Attacks" and "AP Newsbreak: Iraq warned of attacks before Paris assault".

"France FUNDED Syrian Rebels, AKA Radical ISIS Terrorists, To Overthrow Assad"  "US sends more weapons to militants in Syria: Report"

"Paris Terror Attacks: No Security Can Stop Isis – the Bombers Will Always Get Through"  (terrible headline, as they didn't 'get through', they were already there):
"After the Charlie Hebdo murders in January, 40 world leaders marched with linked arms through the streets of Paris proclaiming, among other things, that they would give priority to the defeat of Isis and its al-Qaeda equivalents.

But, in practice, they did nothing of the sort. When Isis forces attacked Palmyra in eastern Syria in May, the US did not launch air strikes against it because the city was defended by the Syrian army and Washington was frightened of being accused of keeping President Bashar al-Assad in power.

In effect, the US handed Isis a military advantage which it promptly used to seize Palmyra, behead captured Syrian soldiers and blow up the ancient ruins."  

The spectacle of Erdoğan complaining about the terrorism he sponsors is one of the simple joys of our time.

It is striking how often people comment that a 'terrorist' became 'radicalized' so quickly.  Doesn't that occur when the paychecks from the western intelligence agency start arriving?

"As Predicted: Encryption Haters Are Already Blaming Snowden (?!?) For The Paris Attacks"

Never forget that the only reason for this bizarre charade, including the attack on Paris, is so Jews can steal the Golan Heights and south Lebanon.  It is a funny goal to put so much effort and corpses into.  "Why has Israel Embraced Al-Qaida’s Branch in Syria?"

"Joshua Landis on Syria "The price of regime-change is chaos ... ISIS spreads where states fail" (by CP)" (of course, chaos is exactly the Yinon plan of World Jewry):
"Destroying the regime means destroying the stateThe price of regime-change is chaos."

"The story of the Lebanese man who sacrificed his life to protect civilians from ISIS bomber in the southern suburbs of Beirut"  Relatively un-stinky effusion from the Barnyard:  "Beirut, Also the Site of Deadly Attacks, Feels Forgotten"

"ISIS in Jordan"  "2 Americans among 6 killed in attack on police training facility in Jordan"

"Some thoughts on Paris, Article 5 and jihadism"  Sensible, except for sending the refugees back (impossible without a massive humanitarian catastrophe, and their presence will be a useful reminder to Europe).  Tweet (Sana Saeed):
"Hey @TheAtlantic - your senior editor is calling for racialized mass deportation. Are you guys ok with that?"
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