Kurdish and Turkish smugglers are transporting oil from ISIS controlled territory in Syria and Iraq and selling it to Israel, according to several reports in the Arab and Russian media. An estimated 20,000-40,000 barrels of oil are produced daily in ISIS controlled territory generating $1-1.5 million daily profit for the terrorist organization….
We have long been asking ourselves, why is there an MSF or “Doctors Without Borders” makeshift hospital at every ISIS command center? This isn’t a coincidence or simply altruistic “human shield” activity, it is something far darker with ties to the intelligence agencies and complicit governments that are ISIS. We are talking about Turkey and Saudi Arabia which means we are really talking about Israel… There has been a bit of a covert war between not only the US but other nations as well who cite “Doctors Without Borders” as a propaganda organization as much as a medical one, an organization with strong ties to Israeli intelligence services, one that gives out as much propaganda as it does aspirin.
The civil libertarian Reason Foundation wrote in early November that the system already is being grossly abused. The notorious Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio and an Arizona prosecutor used mail cover surveillance against a politician who criticized them. And a former FBI agent said the mail cover program is “So easy to use. You don’t have to go through a judge. You just fill out a form.”
He added that the IDF colonel “had participated in the Takfiri ISIL group’s terrorist operations.” He said the colonel was arrested together with a number of ISIL or IS terrorists, giving the details: “The Israeli colonel’s name is Yusi Oulen Shahak and is ranked colonel in Golani Brigade… with the security and military code of Re34356578765az231434.”
What's the difference between a rebel and a 'moderate' rebel? a rebel is what you saw in the US Civil War, an actual soldier, but a 'moderate' rebel is a terrorist that beheads Christians and Muslims alike and not too long ago, was the enemy in Afghanistan and Iraq .
This will be a key subject of discussion as ISIS, The American Coalition of Rapists, the American Society for the Appreciation of Chainsaw Massacres, The American Child Molesters League, and FOX and Friends are scheduled to meet soon to celebrate their mainstream media acceptance via neo-con political spin. According to the event organizer, "we remain true to ourselves, and after celebrating the blatantly dismissive attitudes of our very nature by Washington officials, we intend to rape, behead, and dismember every apologist reporter on the scene."
From FOX News, new photographic evidence that Edward Snowden armed ISIS in 2013, helped develop their infrastructure and oil economy, orchestrated the air drops to Iraqi units, ordered US planes to dump bombs on empty targets, and other really mean and un-American stuff only someone like, say, a senator obsessed with Syrian oil, personal profit, and regime change could pull.
Rare and precious as the sight of the winged horse Pegasus in flight, a skittish doe in mid-Manhattan, or Miley Cyrus with her tongue in her mouth, it’s nice to know we still have some real life journalists out there, plus a real life congresswoman and congressman out there…
In cults, members are prevented from contact with the outside world. When you control the flow of information that is what what you’re doing; you are preventing members, or in the national sense citizens, from making informed decisions about the world around them, and that denies free will. This is a totalitarian concept. That isn’t just what Hitler would do, but what he pioneered on a state level.
To call evil good, and good evil, that is complicity. To allow a killer to hide his weapons in your house, and then lie about what you saw, that is all complicity. Welcome to the 60 Minutes autopsy.
Why is this relevant? for a whole lot of reasons… illegal psychological operations including social engineering, social conditioning, black propaganda, and "unofficial cover."
“Hi. JK Rowling’s two cents on BDS amouts to the whole of my geopolitical awareness. I agree with JK Rowling on the BDS thing and her opposition to boycotting Israel, although I don’t know exactly what it is about. Because she, like, wrote all those Harry Potter books! I enjoy the realism in her books and knowing it’s all based on a true story. She inspires me and I plan to apply to Hogwarts now.”