Who Is Really Behind ISIS?

3-skeletonsGeorge Orwell’s novel, 1984, “explains that propaganda is a potent mixture of uncertainty and confusion perpetuated by fear and anxiety. In the 1984 world, the Party is always at war, but the enemies constantly change. One day is a life or death struggle with one region to have the following day’s same enemy morph into an ally. Of course, Winston and his Ministry of Truth are on the spot to cover-up the discrepancy.”(1)

“‘The Party said that Oceania had never been in alliance with Eurasia. He, Winston Smith, knew that Oceania had been in alliance with Eurasia as short a time as four years ago. But where did that knowledge exist? Only in his own consciousness, which in any case must soon be annihilated. And if all others accepted the lie which the Party imposed – if all records told the same tale – then the lie passed into history and became truth. “Who controls the past,” ran the Party slogan, “controls the future: who controls the present controls the past.””

Not too different from the intrigue surrounding today’s Al Qaeda and ISIS terrorist organizations. One day they’re the excuse for launching the ‘War on Terror’, the next they’re an ally in deposing a regime such as Libya.”(1)  Or Syria or Iraq……

Contrary to what it may seem 1984 isn’t really about the consequences of a totalitarian government. It’s about the individual versus the fascist, it’s about love versus brutality, it’s about freedom versus slavery, but most of all it’s about Truth versus lies.

image6BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING YOU reads the poster of an enormous face gazing with eyes that follow your every move, as described by Winston Smith, Orwell’s main character in this dystopian classic, published in 1949.

A government employee working for The Ministry of Truth, his job is to alter existing documents for the Party to be deemed acceptable. Manipulating or omitting words in speeches, changing figures in reports for newspapers to keep consistent with the agenda, his job is to distort reality with lies.

‘It was therefore necessary to rewrite a paragraph of Big Brother’s speech, in such a way as to make him predict the thing that had actually happened. 

Today’s system is eerily similar to what Orwell described here almost seventy years ago. Government’s and financial agency’s figures are changed, often downgraded months after their original release. By the time this happens, everyone has forgotten the original distortion. The numbers are manipulated AFTER they matter.

And how can this all be achieved? Eliminate independent thought through cognitive dissonance.

In the warped reality that is 1984, the big plan of the Party is to gain total control by completely revising the current language (Oldspeak) to a streamlined version called Newspeak. 

‘All that was needed was an unending series of victories over your own memory. “Reality control,” they called it; Newspeak, “doublethink.”

‘To know and not to know, to be conscious of complete truthfulness while telling carefully constructed lies, to hold simultaneously two opinions which canceled out, knowing them to be contradictory and believing both of them, to use logic against logic, to repudiate morality while laying claim to it, to believe that democracy was impossible and that the Party was the guardian of democracy, to forget whatever it was necessary to forget, then to draw it back into memory again at the moment when it was needed, and then promptly to forget it again, and above all, to apply the same process to the process itself – that was the ultimate subtlety: consciously to induce unconsciousness  and then, once again, to become unconscious of the act of hypnosis you had just performed. Even to understand the word “doublethink” involved the use of doublethink.’ 

a6d4fd382240ecbb516fcae3888556f3Doubt had been infecting Winston Smith’s mind for some time now, and he’s been afraid the Thought Police will catch on. He knows it’s only a matter of time so he and a new lover, named Julia, decide to join the underground resistance known as the Brotherhood. They meet with a man named O’Brien, who Winston knows as a member of the inner Party but apparently is acting as a double agent for the Brotherhood.

O’Brien offers them a book authored by the leader of the Brotherhood, Emmanuel Goldstein called The Theory And Practice Of Oligarchical Collectivism. Upon reading it they will become full members of the Brotherhood. Passages of it are written in 1984, such as Chapter 1: Ignorance Is Strength and Chapter 3: War Is Peace. 

Chapter 3: War Is Peace explains one of the most interesting points of the book: Why perpetual war is necessary in an oligarchical society.

f441a392b1839f37eaeb31f13baf99f6‘It was possible, no doubt, to imagine a society in which wealth, in the sense of personal possessions and luxuries, should be evenly distributed, while power remained in the hands of a small privileged caste. But in practice such a society could not long remain stable. For if leisure and security were enjoyed by all alike, the great mass of human beings who are normally stupefied by poverty would become literate and would learn to think for themselves; and when once they had done this, they would sooner or later realize that the privileged minority had no function, and they would sweep it away. In the long run, a hierarchical society was only possible on a basis of poverty and ignorance.

‘The economy of many countries was allowed to stagnate, land went out of cultivation, capitol equipment was not added to, great blocks of the population were prevented from working and kept half alive by State charity. But this, too, entailed military weakness, and since the privations it inflicted were obviously unnecessary, it made opposition inevitable. The problem was how to keep the wheels of industry turning without increasing the real wealth of the world. Goods must be produced, but they must not be distributed. And in practice the only way of achieving this was by continuous warfare.’

Here’s the ultimate point:

The essential act of war is destruction, not necessarily of human lives, but of the products of human labor. War is a way of shattering to pieces, or pouring into the stratosphere, or sinking in the depths of the sea, materials which might otherwise be used to make the masses too comfortable, and hence, in the long run, too intelligent. Even when weapons of war are not actually destroyed, their manufacture is still a convenient way of expending labor power without producing anything that can be consumed.’

The following event in the book wraps it all up in extreme clarity:


The scene is: Winston has been captured by the Thought Police and has been tortured in the process of ‘reintegration’. The director of this process is now giving Winston the run-down on the function of the Party as it pertains to power over society.



The real power, the power we have to fight for night and day, is not power over things, but over men.” He paused, and for a moment assumed again his air of a schoolmaster questioning a promising pupil: ” How does one man assert his power over another, Winston?”

Winston thought. “By making him suffer,” he said.

“Exactly. By making him suffer. Obedience is not enough. Unless he is suffering, how can you be sure that he is obeying your will and not his own? Power is inflicting pain and humiliation. Power is in tearing human minds to pieces and putting them together again in new shapes of your own choosing. Do you begin to see, then, what kind of world we are creating? It is the exact opposite of the stupid hedonistic Utopias that the old reformers imagined. A world of fear and treachery and torment, a world of trampling and being trampled upon, a world which will grow not less but more merciless as it refines itself.

“Progress in our world will be progress toward more pain. The old civilizations claimed that they were founded on love or justice. Ours is founded upon hatred. In our world there will be no emotions except fear, rage, triumph, and self-abasement. Everything else we shall destroy – everything. Already we are breaking down the habits of thought which have survived from before the Revolution. We have cut the links between child and parent, and between man and man, and between man and woman. No one dares trust a wife or child or a friend any longer. But in the future there will be no wives and no friends. Children will be taken from their mothers at birth, as one takes eggs from a hen. The sex instinct will be eradicated. Procreation will be an annual formality like the renewal of a ration card. We shall abolish the orgasm. Our neurologists are at work upon it now.

a-boot-stamping-on-a-human-face“There will be no loyalty, except loyalty toward the Party. There will be no love, except the love of Big Brother. There will be no laughter, except the laugh of triumph over a defeated enemy. There will be no art, no literature, no science. When we are omnipotent we shall have no more need of science. There will be no distinction between beauty and ugliness. There will be no curiosity, no enjoyment of the process of life. All competing pleasure will be destroyed. But always – do not forget this, Winston – always there will be the intoxication of power, constantly increasing and constantly growing subtler. Always, at every moment, there will be the thrill of victory, the sensation of trampling on an enemy who is helpless. If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face – forever.””(1)

Following is a video clip of the movie 1984 with Winston getting his lesson on Power:

1984 should be read by anyone that wishes to be initiated into an understanding of the psychology behind government and authority.

And to understand the purpose and goals and who’s really behind ISIS.

Orwell’s ‘Thought Police’ director lays out the whole game being run by those who created Al Qaeda and its spawn ISIS and the masses are falling for this game….hook, line and sinker, with the helping hand of those in the Mainstream Media who eagerly contribute their talents to ‘Reality Control’.

Does this sound familiar?:

“We have cut the links between child and parent, and between man and man, and between man and woman. No one dares trust a wife or child or a friend any longer. But in the future there will be no wives and no friends.”

And this:

“Power is inflicting pain and humiliation. Power is in tearing human minds to pieces and putting them together again in new shapes of your own choosing.”

And this:

“Even when weapons of war are not actually destroyed, their manufacture is still a convenient way of expending labor power without producing anything that can be consumed.’”

So isn’t it obvious who’s behind ISIS?

afl3bIt’s the same oligarchical parasites that created Al Qaeda. 

Of course it was their ‘intelligence’ agents that crafted the these ‘ruthless, blood-thirsty’ ‘terrorist’ groups, composed of good old garden variety mercenaries.

In the case of Al Qaeda, it was the CIA and Mossad who did the leg work.


Where do you suppose the acronym ISIS came from?

“You may have heard about ISIS referred to as IS, ISL, or Daesh. All of these acronyms describe the group in question.

IS: Islamic State is what the group currently calls itself, which is the name the group gave itself after a “rebranding” effort when they wanted to show off their global strategy (they wouldn’t be limited to Syria and Iraq anymore).”(2)

Basically ……. this group was created in Iraq by a Jordanian Sunni back in 1999. It was formerly the official al-Qaeda …… franchise in Iraq, since it broke with al-Qaeda ideologically. It is now a self-proclaimed caliphate, which was pronounced in late June of this year [2014], and the caliphate itself..well we’ll come to that in a moment. The question of the name of this group is something that gets bandied about and ISIS is often used as the short abbreviation in English, but I don’t think we should put very much focus, attention, energy or interest into decoding that name specifically because of course it is just an acronym of an English translation of one of the group’s names. It is not particularly significant in and of itself and in fact it’s just one of many, many, many, many names that this group has gone by over the years.”(3)

You can go back to 1999 for example to the original organization which brought with it of course an Arabic name ….. who’s acronym was JTJ and who’s English translation was ‘The Organization of Monotheism and Jihad’.

It changed its name in 2004 to, again, ….. to ‘The Organization of Jihad’s Base in the Country of the Two Rivers’, although it became more commonly known as ‘al-Qaeda in Iraq’ or AQI around that time.

Then in 2006 it became the ‘Islamic State of Iraq’. In 2013 it became the ‘Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant’ or ‘Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham’, aka ISL and ISIS. Then in 2014 ‘Islamic State’.”(3)

AQMI_Flag_asymmetric.svg“ISIS: Islamic State of Iraq and Syria was the name of the group when it captured Mosul in 2014 and became the terrorist juggernaut it is today. They named themselves that to assert their dominance in Syria (more on that later).”(2)

“But again all of these are anglicized names, and acronyms of anglicized names at that, so these are not accurate reflections of anything that this group would be known by in the Middle East and of course there are …. Arabic equivalents of this. The Arabic equivalent of ISIS or ISIL would be Daesh. Apparently that’s a shortening of the Arabic version of the group’s name that is somewhat pejorative to the extent that apparently the group goes around persecuting those who use that term to refer to the group, so again, what’s in a name?”(3)

Take a look at the video below to understand a possible explanation for the actual origin of the acronym ISIS:

So how much territory does ISIS claim to control?

The map below, by IHS Conflict Monitor, shows approximate gains and losses of Islamic State territory in 2015:

Black areas=Territory controlled with no change

Red areas=Territorial losses

Green areas=Territorial gains

Grey areas=Territory controlled by other actors


So clearly they had a net loss of controlled territory in 2015.

By the way…..here’s a fictional map of the territory that the Islamic State says it plans to dominate in 5 years:


Is the Islamic State likely to reach its goals? No. Is it likely to murder a great many people while trying? Yes.



Maybe they’ll settle for dominating the fictional SHAM, from the Euphrates River to the Nile River (Greater Israel?):










plannedOr is it more like this?







“So switching to the question of who is behind this group, [let’s take a look at some of the characters who appear to be] behind it. It was founded in 1999 by a Jordanian Sunni Muslim who went by the name of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi although once again I think what’s in a name, not so much when it comes to any of these characters who populate this group. Once again I think we have to keep in mind that the names of the various jihadis behind this, like most jihadis …. adopt ‘nommes de guerre’ that is ‘war names’. So these names are not necessarily their real names and in fact in most cases are specifically not their real names. They’re usually chosen for some sort of symbolic or historical cultural value, so …. there’s no need to scratch your head and wonder why so many people are named Al Baghdadi. It’s because they are adopting a name that shows they’re the ‘Baghdadis’ – they’re from Iraq, that kind of thing. So, again, don’t read too much into any of these names, and there are usually many, many, many other alias names that these people go by as well so it gets extremely confusing, probably on purpose …., for a number of reasons. They may have – the terrorists may have – their reasons for it. The people controlling the terrorists also have reasons for having extremely confusing ways of referring to these people and multiple ways of referring so that if one of their memes or ideas or stories gets out of control they can spin them off as a completely different human being.

Back in 2003 it was reported that Zarqawi was killed in a bombing raid in Iraq, but in 2004 it was also reported that he was arrested in Fallujah so apparently miraculously resurrected from the dead and then arrested. Then in 2005, without reports in the meantime indicating how or when or why he was released from – or escaped from – custody in Fallujah, or how he was never arrested in Fallujah in the first place he was arrested again in Baquba. Then later in 2005 he was reported as being evacuated from Iraq altogether. By whom and to where [it’s] not exactly certain, but at any rate he was evacuated from Iraq, supposedly, but then in 2005 he was reported as being killed in fighting in Iraq once again and then in 2006 he was killed in fighting once again! Presumably for the last time this time.

So killed at least three times – quite an amazing career one would have to admit, and as crazy as all of these reports are …. , this is just part of the modus operandi of this current instantiation of ‘the war on the boogeyman’ (ie. ‘the war on terror’)–is that they will throw out a number of names, they will throw out a number of reports saying this person was killed here, this person was killed there. Sometimes those reports are quietly retracted later, sometimes they aren’t. Sometimes these characters just go on to keep fighting, even after being reported killed, like Zarqawi.

But it gets even stranger. Back in 2006 the Washington Post published an article entitled ‘Military plays up role of Zarqawi‘ in which they reported:

“The US military is conducting a propaganda campaign to magnify the role of the leader of al-Qaeda in Iraq according to internal military documents and officers familiar with the program”

and that same article went on to say:

“One internal briefing produced by the US military headquarters in Iraq said that Kimmitt (one of the generals that oversaw this program) had concluded that the Zarqawi PSYOP program is the most successful information campaign to date”

So …., once again the Washington Post got its hands on internal briefing documents that the Pentagon was using, to talk about al-Qaeda in Iraq and their propaganda campaign in Iraq, and these documents prove that the Pentagon was absolutely 100 percent, self-consciously engaged in a PSYOP operation to make Zarqawi and al-Qaeda in Iraq seem more important than it was, and they have their own twisted internal logic that was reported on at the time as to why they wanted to do this and why they wanted to build up AQi in the minds of the Iraqi people and the people of the United States. And of course …., obviously the main part of that was to keep the American people involved and interested in keeping their troops in harm’s way there in Iraq, even long after Bush declared ‘mission accomplished’, “Well oh look there’s al-Qaeda in Iraq … we have to be there” and there’s this character Zarqawi that the military was involved in pumping up … so again this is just insane, it’s insanity. [planned insanity]

719And it gets even stranger than that when we look at the person who took over from Zarqawi after his final, supposedly, reported death in 2006. Someone going by the name of Baghdadi, [who was one of many people going by the name of Baghdadi. This one is named Abu Omar al-Baghdadi, but again, it’s a nom de guerre, it’s not his real name. Apparently his real name is Hamid Dawud Mohamed Khalil al-Zawi. He’s also known as Abu Omar al-Qurashi al-Baghdadi and Abu Hamza al-Baghdadi. so [it’s not advisable}again, to put too much faith, stock, interest or energy into parsing these various names. Just know that this is someone who is referred to as al-Baghdadi and who took over from al-Zarqawi as leader of what was at the time ‘al-Qaeda in Iraq’ in 2006.


@7our twitterAs we turn our attention to what this group consists of in terms of its equipment, its ability, what can it actually do, we are told that the arsenal of jihad contained and wielded by this shadowy deadly terrorist-boogeyman group consists of: 30 T 55 tanks; 10 T72 tanks; Blackhawks; cargo planes; Humvees; Toyota trucks; AK47s; M79s; RBG-6s; RPG-7s; Howitzers; field guns; AACs; Stinger manpads; scud missiles and a low-grade nuclear material of unknown origin.

This is just a ridiculous list of equipment but at any rate most of it has been sourced to various things that they’ve managed to accrue from their various military conquests including for example their takeover of Mosul back earlier this year in which they secured the Black Hawk helicopters and the cargo planes from the airport and also the nuclear material, the low-grade nuclear material that they acquired from Mosul University which according to the International Atomic Energy Agency is a low risk for nuclear proliferation because it is such low grade – such low quality.

So these are the things that we are told that they’ve gathered from their various exploits. Some of the interesting items in there I think are for example the Toyota trucks, which have become something of a hallmark of jihadis in various contacts.”(3)


rtr3wktz“There are reasons for that, Toyotas of course being quite ubiquitous in that region of the world since Japanese aid to the Middle East generally comes in the form of equipment and various products and so Toyotas are among the types of things that find their way to the Middle East, and because of their ubiquity the parts and servicing for them are widely available so they’re quite useful for any group that wants to have sort of mobile access to the area, including the jihadis, and the Toyotas in possession of ISIS in particular seem to have come courtesy of, surprise surprise, Uncle Sam.

According to a report on truthandaction.org, which I’ll link because I think it is very interesting and includes some audio footage about the Toyotas in the Middle East, but it also says that the ‘wish list’ of the so-called moderate Syrians that was handed to the US military back last year when the US was handing out supplies included Toyota Hiluxes, the Toyota trucks that are now in the possession of ISIS, so, surprise surprise you give to the moderates and who ends up getting them? Well the non-moderates.”(3)

Following is a another video on the love of ISIS for Toyota:

As if there were really any moderates there in the terrorist group trying to take over Syria in the first place.

So where do they actually get the money to do what they do?

gold-513062_1280“It’s been widely and repeatedly reported throughout this entire conflict that [the funds have come from] private Gulf donors via Kuwait. And apparently the Kuwaiti financial system is specifically well set up for this type of financing. But, at any rate, private gold donors have accounted for a lot of the money that has flowed into Syria to fund the various terrorist groups including ISIS and the others that are there. That’s private donors primarily from the Gulf, who obviously have religious reasons for trying to support the Sunni Wahabi Jihadist Muslims. [or strategic reasons for supporting mercenaries that help them achieve their geopolitical aims]

Arms and supplies from Libya via Turkey and Jordan. This comes from a number of sources including James and Joanne Moriarty who I of course interviewed earlier this year on the Corbett Report, talking about their startling testimony about what they saw when they were in Libya during the collapse, and of course the story there is that Benghazi was all about the gun-running that was going on there. The ambassador was looking to blow the whistle. They took him out of the equation before he could do so, and that’s why the CIA were swarming all in and around Benghazi at that time, that’s why they were there, that’s why they are still continuing to be intimately involved in the cover-up of what happened in Benghazi.

BenghaziBenghazi was the nexus where all of those Libyan arms were flowing from the Libyan terrorists to the Syrian terrorists, via Turkey and Jordan,…. two very important players in this story.

Then of course we also have the direct delivery of light munitions via the CIA which started again last year [2013] and which …. can be traced directly to what’s going on in the country.

pentagon-80394_640So we have a lot of different sources for what’s happening in there and they all converge on this ISIS group – this ISL group – that suddenly seemed to spring out of nowhere, but of course has been gestating there for 15 years and has been, as we’ve seen, involved with the US Pentagon, involved in various PSYOP operations to make this group seem more important than it is, interestingly enough.

So that brings us to some of the questions of “Well where are these funds coming from and how are these troops being trained?” and as always, all roads lead to…Washington?

AMY GOODMAN: “The Wall Street Journal recently revealed new details about how Prince Bandar bin Sultan al-Saud, Saudi’s former ambassador to the United States, is leading the effort to prop up the Syrian rebels. The Wall Street Journal reports Prince Bandar has been jetting from covert command centers near the Syrian front lines to the Élysée Palace in Paris and the Kremlin in Moscow seeking to undermine the outside machine. The journal also reports intelligence agents from Saudi Arabia, the US, Jordan and other allied States are working at a secret joint operation center in Jordan to train and arm handpicked Syrian rebels.

Seal_of_the_Central_Intelligence_Agency.svgADAM ENTOUS: Last summer they created this operation center, and what is happening now is you have actually more CIA officers there at that base than there are Saudi personnel. They fly weapons in. The Saudis are the ones who are doing the bulk of this. They buy the weapons largely in places like Eastern Europe, and to a certain extent Libya, and they bring into this base, which has a landing strip and store houses for the weapons to be stored. They, the Saudis and the Jordanians draw on the defectors, largely from the Syrian military which already have a good degree of military training, and they’re brought to this base where different intel-agencies train them, and the Americans are there,the Brits are there, the French are there, the Saudis, UAE is there. [don’t forget the Israelis]And then they train them and then they send them into the fight but very, very slowly this process has been built up over the last couple of months.”

So the CIA in conjunction with their friends in Britain and France and Saudi Arabia and the UAE and elsewhere [>>>Israel..conspicuously unmentioned] are converging or have converged or did converge in Jordan to train various Syrian militants – terrorists – at a base in Jordan.

This was confirmed finally by the mainstream dinosaur media at the beginning of 2013, and then we started to get reports like that one that’s referenced in Democracy Now, and then finally earlier this year it turned out “Oh, lo and behold, some of the ISIS fighters are some of those people who were being trained at this base!”(3)

What a coincidence!

“So it’s clear that the US has been intimately involved; the CIA has been intimately involved in training a lot of the people who went on to become the top ISIS fighters’.

Flag_of_Taliban.svgSo if this sounds surprising, well you haven’t been paying attention, not only to the Syrian story but really to any of these stories going back decades and decades, with the most famous of course being the US involvement in Afghanistan in the 1980s back when they were helping the Freedom Fighters – the Taliban……before they started going after the evil terrorists …. the Taliban.

So …. this is not controversial. This is not something that we have to speculate about. This is something that has been documented in a lot of mainstream contexts as well, so really this brings us to the heart of the question ‘Who is behind ISIS?’ and there are at least six groups. We can probably dig deeper and bring in some other groups but six of the main groups that we can identify as being the real powers that have brought ISIS to the position that it’s in right now, and in alphabetical order that would be Israel, NATO, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and [the The Land of the Free], the United States.

85px-Coat_of_arms_of_Saudi_Arabia.svgTo a certain extent these are groups rather than nation-states [such as Saudi Arabia] where of course the House of Saud has institutional and fundamental reasons why it would not be happy about a radical caliphate on its doorstep, because obviously that would threaten the institution of the House of Saud itself. But certainly individual Saudis, private donors as we’ve said, and including some members of the Royal House of Saud would be interested in helping fund a radical Wahabi jihadi Selapi??? group, which is of course based on a Saudi Arabian branch or strain of Islam, so there has been and continues to be a lot of arms and money that has come from Saudi Arabia for this conflict.”(3)

Let’s take a look at some of these other groups.

Flag_of_Turkey.svg“Turkey obviously has its fingerprints all over everything that’s happening in Syria and has been since the inception. Turkey has a lot of different reasons for being involved that range from its constant requests to keep its neighbors fighting with each other and destabilized, using Islam as a weapon, Turkey is happy to do so. Turkish leadership has no allegiance really to Islam except for the fact that it’s a useful political tool for the largely Islamic Turkish population, and also it can be used in fights like this to keep its neighbors destabilized and to keep Turkey an important foothold for Europe and NATO in the region.

The Turkish leadership is obviously always looking to repress and find ways to stamp out their Kurdish population problem so …. this is one extension of that, and [then there’s] the false-flag recordings that were released with the high-ranking Turkish officials under Erdogan talking openly about how they wanted to stage an attack on Turkish targets in Syria in order to justify Turkish incursion into Syria, which of course brings with it the specter of NATO because of the mutual self-defense clause in the NATO article – the treaty. So Turkey, is a very, very menacing prospect/player in all of this and someone who is again been admittedly and documentably linked to the transfer of funds and arms to the terrorist groups in Syria.

Emblem_of_Qatar.svgQatar has a number of reasons ranging again from religious to geopolitical, and we’ll get more into the sort of pipeline politics that Qatar sees in all of this.


When it comes to NATO, [the direct connection here is] Gladio B, that is, the ongoing continuation of Operation Gladio which was not a mere stay behind operation in Europe to counter some perceived or imagined Soviet occupation of Europe, but in fact a global operation that involves ‘Strategy of Tension’ and false-flag terrorism as ways of achieving various NATO operation goals in various ‘theaters’, [one of which is the] fermenting of Islamic terrorism in various parts of the world to further these aims and goals and taking over various squares on the geopolitical chess board.

Flag_of_NATO.svgWe have to think about Gladio B as a worldwide operation ….  and we have to look for NATO fingerprints in what’s happening there, and we can see them through the actions, for example most specifically of the US, in helping to arm, fund and run PSYOP operations surrounding this ISIS group – this ISIS group – lslamic State.

That Israel …. is interested in pretty much anything that happens in the Middle East, should be fairly apparent. [The specific connection here is based on] the Greater Zionist Plan for a Middle East.

Flag_of_Israel.svgIsrael’s designs on Iraq have been well-known and well-understood for a long time but …. we have to see all of these invasions and overthrows and all of the destabilizations in the Middle East in recent years as part of a grander Zionist project for reshaping the Middle East, that we can say not only predates General Wesley Clark’s five-year plan to take over 7 middle eastern countries, but predates it by decades at the very least, documentably and on the record.”(3)

The following video is General Wesley Clark outlining the plan:

il-z1897“So let’s take a look at part of the record of that [grand Zionist project, where] we’re going to take a look at an important document that you can find out more about in an article that was posted on globalresearch.ca in March of this year [2014] called Greater Israel: Zionist plan for the Middle East, and this talks about the Oded Yinon plan which was something that was developed in a document that was published in 1982 in the journal called Directions which was published by the Department of information for the World Zionist Organization.

It’s a very eye-opening document going back actually three decades now, to Israel’s bigger foreign policy and its plans for basically breaking and carving up the Middle East in order to institute this ‘Greater Israel’ idea, and it lays this out in some detail. But let’s take a look at just the operative part of this document, talking about what the Israeli plan for Syria was in this World Zionist Organization document, and it says:

The dissolution of Syria and Iraq later on into ethnically or religiously unique areas such as in Lebanon, is Israel’s primary target on the Eastern front in the long run, while the dissolution of the military power of those states serves as the primary short term target. Syria will fall apart, in accordance with its ethnic and religious structure, into several states such as in present day Lebanon, so that there will be a Shi’ite Alawi state along its coast, a Sunni state in the Aleppo area, another Sunni state in Damascus hostile to its northern neighbor, and the Druzes who will set up a state, maybe even in our Golan, and certainly in the Hauran and in northern Jordan. This state of affairs will be the guarantee for peace and security in the area in the long run, and that aim is already within our reach today.””(3)

The link below is to a copy of he document:

The Zionist Plan for the Middle East


“So Israel not only obviously has an interest and a stake in what’s going on in its neighboring countries but demonstrably, on-the-record, explicitly does have a plan for the ‘Greater Israel’ that they want to establish in the Middle East and that will only come through the destabilization of its various neighbors and through ethnic and racial and religious infighting and that specifically again, has been laid out, not only of course with Iraq but also with Syria, and we see that playing out today so I think that at any rate we’ve seen the plan and we’ve seen what’s playing out and we see a great accord between the two so we would be fools not to investigate the connection between those two pieces of the puzzle.”(3)

“Some experts have pointed out that many of the key players have one thing in common: a billion-dollar gas pipeline.

Many have questioned why Russia became involved in the Syrian war but often overlook the fight over natural gas.

As Harvard Professor Mitchell A Orenstein and George Romer wrote last month in Foreign Affairs, Russia currently supplies Europe with a quarter of the gas it uses for heating, cooking, fuel and other activities.

In fact 80 per cent of the gas that Russian state-controlled company Gazprom produces is sold to Europe, so maintaining this crucial market is very important.

But Europe doesn’t like being so reliant on Russia for fuel and has been trying to reduce its dependence. It’s a move that is supported by the United States as it would weaken Russian influence over Europe.

Much of Russia’s power comes from established pipelines used to transport gas to Europe cheaply. But other countries are now trying to get around Russia and provide new sources of gas to Europe.

Before the civil war, two competing pipelines put forward by Qatar and Iran aimed to transport gas to Europe through Syria.

094d5929f2a7da0ec47855659dcc8df8Qatar’s plans were first put forward in 2009 and involved building a pipeline from the Persian Gulf via Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Syria and Turkey.

The gas field located 3000 metres below the floor of the Persian Gulf is the largest natural gas field in the world. Qatar owns about two-thirds of the resource but can’t capitalise on it fully because it relies on tankers to deliver it to other countries and this makes its gas more expensive than Russia’s.

It was hoped the pipeline would provide cheaper access to Europe but Syrian President Bashar al Assad refused to give permission for the pipeline to go through his territory. Some believe Russia pressured him to reject the pipeline to safeguard its own business.

335809bc5a4500918ff797c8a540c039In the meantime Iran, which owns the other smaller, share of the Persian Gulf gas field, decided to lodge its own rival plan for a $10 billion pipeline to Europe via Iraq and Syria and then under the Mediterranean Sea.

These Iranian plans apparently had Russia’s blessing, possibly because it could exert more influence over Iran, which, unlike Qatar, did not host a US air base.


Assad signed off on the Iran plan in 2012 and it was due to be completed in 2016 but it was ultimately delayed because of the Arab Spring and the civil war.

Many countries supporting or opposing the war against Assad have links to these pipeline plans.

Failed pipeline bidder Qatar is believed to have funded anti-Assad rebel groups by $3 billion between 2011 and 2013. Saudi Arabia has also been accused of funding the terrorist group.

In contrast Orenstein and Romer noted the successful pipeline bidder, Iran, was believed to be helping Assad by running the Syrian army, supplying it with weapons and even troops.”(4)

“The fact that there there was a Memorandum of Understanding signed between Iran, Iraq and Syria shortly before all of this kerfuffle in Syria began is again, highly telling of what this situation is at least partially about, and …. to a large extent this is a very important piece of this puzzle, and it shows why Assad suddenly became in the crosshairs, despite the fact of having been a willing accomplice in the CIA’s rendition and torture program for example, and sort of one of the ‘good boys’ that [the CIA] tolerated for a long time. How he suddenly became enemy number one is the question, and the Islamic pipeline is one answer.”(3)

“One of the countries that has a lot to gain from getting rid of Assad is Turkey.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has been vocal in calling for the Syrian President to step down and has also been accused of helping Islamic State, something it has rejected.

While Turkey could have other reasons for supporting the rebels in Syria, such as Assad’s support for the Kurds, Harvard University Professor Orenstein told news.com.au that gas would definitely be one reason it was opposing the regime.

Turkey, which stands at the crossroads of Asia and Europe, is an aspiring member of the European Union, and some consider it to be the best option for facilitating the movement of gas supplies from the Middle East to Europe.

As a hub, Turkey would benefit from transit fees and other energy-generated revenues.

It could also insure, with US support, that all gas suppliers in the Middle East could freely export their product.

Qatar’s plans put Turkey at the centre of its plan.

As one of the countries relying on Russia for gas, freeing it from this dependence would be an added bonus.

But none of this can be realised if the pipeline bypasses Turkey and if Assad becomes instrumental in approving an alternative that does not involve it.

Now that Russia is stepping in to help the Assad regime in Syria — possibly to protect its own dominance in the gas market — Turkey is facing a formidable barrier to its aspirations.

When Turkey downed a Russian plane earlier this month, some speculated it may want to weaken any potential co-operation between Russia and the US which could see Assad continue his leadership.

Russia’s motives for its air strikes have also been questioned. CNN military analyst Cedric Leighton, a retired air force colonel, noting that its bombing of Islamic State extremists seemed to have hit Turkmen in northern Syria, who had strong ties to the Turkish government.

Prof Orenstein said the competition over natural gas could ultimately prevent co-operation between the two world powers on fighting Islamic State.

I doubt there is much basis for US-Russia co-operation due to opposite interests in gas issues and Iran,” he told news.com.au”(4)

“So …. is a direct reason – a direct interest – for some of the members of that ‘Who is behind ISIS?’ coalition for not getting behind Assad and in fact getting in his way, One of the proposed routings for that ISI pipeline would be to take the gas directly from Homs there in Syria and ship it out through the port, that’s completely getting around Turkey altogether, which would not be in Turkish interests and would not be in Qatari interests. Qatar of course having gas of its own that it wants to export to Europe and wants to make part of the new European gas energy policy.

So this pipeline bypasses two of the nations that are absolutely keen on regime change in Syria: Turkey and Qatar…

So again there are some direct motivations for why Iran, Iraq and Syria are in the target sights of these various powers that are converging on fighting the Islamic State threat.

Now let’s debunk some of the fear and propaganda that’s swirling around about this, starting with the easy targets in the mainstream media who, you may have seen, have been pimping this map of the Middle East that is supposedly part of some grand five-year war plan of the Islamic State, or something of that sort.”(3) [which was shown above]

And here:


“It’s marked as black as in being the aspirational hope of the growth of the Islamic State over the next five years and it’s labeled, helpfully, with all of these various regional names that are apparently going to be given to the various parts of the chessboard once the IS takes them over.

There’s Oropba and Kordistan and Oozaz and Andalus and Maghreb and all of this. Now this looks like a very scary map – ‘Oh my god this is what Islamic State has planned, it’s their five-year plan, are you afraid? You’d better be very afraid’.

Except for the fact that of course it is all bunkum and hokum. And this has been displayed prominently all over NBC News and ABC News and of course the Daily Mail. The ‘Daily Fail’ has picked it up as well and has asked people to cower in their boots about it. “ISIS Map Reveals Chilling 5-Year Plan for Global Domination” screams the Daily Mail Online’s Twitter account.”(3)

So it’s very clear who is behind al Qaeda…er….ISL…er…ISIS….er….IS.

“But it almost makes you wonder, once you have all these facts, …. and have it all sourced and documented and all of the ‘i’s dotted and ‘t’s crossed, you have to wonder if it matters at all in the end because at the end of the day, just like in Iraq they can say “It’s weapons of mass destruction”, “mushroom cloud”, “ah they’re coming to get us”, and then after the invasion “oh no it wasn’t about that it was about democracy in Iraq” or something like that. Well just as exactly as they can do that they can also say “Islamic State’s coming to get you” or “ISIS ah fear, fear, fear” and then they can say “Oh did we say ISIS? We meant someone completely different.”.

Does it even matter because even if you do expose this IS group as a propaganda creation of the Pentagon and you go through and you take a look at all of these pieces of the puzzle, at the end of the day they can just insert a completely different puzzle and say “Hey look solve this one”, and that’s unfortunately the way this game goes.”(3)

So [just as has happened many times before] a completely new group that no one had ever heard of will become the center focus of the terror porn that we’re going to be inundated with, indefinitely.

Basically until enough people stop listening to or believing in, anything whatsoever that is being pimped out via the mouthpiece-media, of course, coming through the government organs that are pumping that information in through the back door, the masters of deception will continue to spin their web lies.

Caveat Emptor


(1) George Orwell: 1984 – The Future Is Now

(2) A brief history of ISIS

(3) The Corbett Report- Episode 295 – Who is Really Behind ISIS?

(4) Is the fight over a gas pipeline fueling the world’s bloodiest conflict?

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