Syria: The Bombs Bid The Cabal A’dieu

The Syria Missile strike was a necessary evil in order to deter a greater evil from doing greater harm.  

Trump targeted chemical installations exclusively.   Whether they were Assads or the rebels doesn’t really matter any longer because they no longer exist and proving one or the other will further no additional retaliation.   It is done, and now Trump can pull out of Syria as per his initial plan before this cockeyed illusion.

The Elites, the Cabal, that wanted to provoke WWIII were out gamed.   ISIS is eliminated.   The chemical stash and manufacturing is – eliminated.   No coup.   And Assad can now prevail so as to rebuild what was destroyed.   Syrians can go home.   And the impending crisis that was staged, has had its final curtain call.

Trump’s “Goals”, as the New York Times would have us question, include moving away from coups, leaving Syria and Afghanistan, and divesting the Swamp so that a New America can replace the New World Order.  But apparently, their narrow minded attitude fails to acknowledge anything positive and reverts back to laud the failure of Obama to conclude anything in Syria for eight tediously long, criminally inexcusable years.

Refocusing on Hillarygate – building the wall – and healthcare reform can continue.

While some pundits will still whine “it wasn’t enough’, they are the ones that can now be easily viewed as aligned with The Cabal.   Opinions on the Liberal biased MSM are already trying to find fault, psycho analyzing every move as though they have any clue what is going on behind the stage.  In fact, few know, and that is for our own protection.   But the goal remains – the Swamp must be paved over.

There is one thing that Syria, the US and Russia have in common – a deep desire to bring down the New World Order, the Cabal, the cartel.   Each of our World Wars was promulgated by the Cabal.  Each War produced for them ravaging profits.   Motivated by nothing but greed, they are far from dead, but their agenda has been upended… for now.

Since Syria is now taken out of the picture, it is inevitable that they will choose another play to act out.   The distractions will continue, but Trump is resolute in his agenda to give the US back to the people.   We need to trust this.

Middle East Wars and Civil Coups: Who are the Good Guys?

The bad guys in Yemen are the rebels fighting against a puppet government propped up by the Saudis who wanted to ethnically cleanse the Shiites. No economy left. 10,000 killed – over 300,000 injured.

In Syria, the bad guys are the government and the good guys are the rebels and Al Qaeda. There is virtually no economy left. Nearly 500,000 killed – and 5 million refugees as a result of a failed coup to oust Assad.

In Ukraine the rebels who take issue with a propagated coup against their elected government are the bad guys. The government that continues to assassinate it’s civilians – are the good guys. The economy has contracted over 24% since the coup. Over 10,000 killed.

In Iran the bad guys are everyone…

In Russia, the bad guys are – everyone…

In China, the bad guys are the oppressive regime…

In Israel, the bad guys are the Palestinians and Hezbollah…

The war in Libya is actually between Egypt and the UAE vs. Qatar, Sudan and Turkey. Libya just happens to be the designated groundskeeper. The Qatar, Sudan, Turkey coalition is supported by ISIL. The Government of National Accord is the current government of Libya that was propped up by the UN in 2015. The US is bombing Libya due to a ‘power vacuum’ because the government we propped up isn’t effective since we took out Gaddafi thereby allowing ISIS to take hold… Casualties unknown.

US has upwards of 5,000 troops in Iraq after bombing displaced the government and a power vacuum was created allowing ISIS to take hold. The bad guys are the Kurds? Upwards of 1 million dead.

In South Sudan the rebels are the bad guys because they want to share in the riches of the government controlled oil. Over 50,000 dead – 1 million refugees

In Somalia, the government is fighting various radical Islamist groups including Al Shaabab. But Islamist groups are also fighting each other. The government is the good guy. Over 500,000 dead.

In Afghanistan, the war that never ended, the good guys are the government and civilians unless they are aligned with the Taliban, Al Qaeda or ISIS. Casualties are estimated to exceed 2 million – 6 million refugees.

This is the world our media portrays for us in determining who is a good guy and who is a bad guy. While the US continues to be involved in each one of these ‘crisis/wars’ there is no win, no victory, just sheer devastation. This is just a partial list, it highlights the clear fact that coups are an absolute, abject failure. Unless, the objective is reduction of world population.

NICE France – TERROR Attack Again

Why is it that after every terror attack, the politicians tell us ‘not to be afraid’, not to give in to the terror and show fear?

In reality, it is fear that creates the adrenaline for vengeance. It is fear that sparks the outrage. It is fear that motivates us to defend ourselves. It is fear that ultimately manifests in a desire to right – the wrong! Fear is not evil – terror is evil! Fear is normal, judgment is normal, they are rational and have a place in the multitude of emotions that we embrace. They only become negative when they rule, they own us, they dictate us, otherwise they give us the ability to see our circumstances and make choices based on – reality.

The latest terror attack in Nice strikes home for me as my best friend was about to embark on a trip there in the coming weeks, and it will now forever be haunted by the blood and murderous rampage of madmen bent on one thing – killing.

Despite this attack, the California attack, the Paris attack, and the Brussels attack, our esteemed President would have us believe that ISIS is retreating and they do not pose the highest threat – that honor has been carved into Russia. The question continues to arise – why Russia? Why do we embrace Germany and Austria – despite Hitler? Why do we defend Japan despite WWII and Pearl Harbor, and yet, Russia is forever labeled the demon?

Why is it that we ask Russia, the demon, to help us slaughter ISIS, while the press denounces Russia as the real threat, the sanctioned communist regime? Communist Russia fell decades ago.

A recent article attempted to analyze this phenomena by rationalizing that its all about defense spending, we need defense spending to support our defense industry and justify NATO. And Russia is far more sophisticated in its weaponry and so therefore, we need to keep up with the proverbial – Joneses. ISIS, by contrast, slaughters, beheads, kills, maims, destroys, and annihilates entire villages, but they don’t warrant the defense spending that a potential China or Russia threat might provoke. So China and Russia become the chosen demons.

I think there is logic in this analysis, however, I believe it is far more devious, far more contrived, far more creation of a future outcome – as in setting the stage. ISIS is merely a fly to these people, something to swat, an annoyance, interfering in the larger play.

The story of Nice will fade and the topic of Russian aggression and China South Sea manipulation will once again become the mainstream – stream of thought. Which is, of course, the subliminal seduction of thought.

Still, despite all the obvious, despite the senseless murder of over 73 and counting, our politicians are hesitant to claim the attack was actually terrorism. They prefer to huddle, discuss options, and find a way to diffuse the situation so as to placate and belittle the intelligence of the people.

Why is ISIS tabled? Because they have the power to unite people, to overcome the ridiculous black/white diversity agenda that the media wants to exploit, and a united people defeats the purpose of the agenda – which is ‘chaos’. The obvious mantra – divide and conquer – is relevant today, yesterday and tomorrow, it is the one proven way to insert control.

So how do we defeat ISIS?

Easy. We UNITE. There is no country that doesn’t fear ISIS whether they have already infiltrated – or they will – and that FEAR will unite a solid force that can defeat the true enemy, the radical enemy, the enemy that we need to focus our attention on with the help of China, Russia, Venezuela, Brazil, Cuba, Iraq, Iran, Syria – defeat must be 100%.

Turkey Airport Attack

After the Turkish airport attack by ISIS we had these comments by our US leaders:

  1. It is difficult to avoid an attack by suicide bomb individuals…
  2. I think it may have been ISIS…
  3. We think it may have been an act of terrorism…
  4. They are on the run, desperate because we are making such intense gains…
  5. Don’t worry, US security has been beefed up…but we are not at liberty to tell you how..

Somehow, I don’t feel all safe and secure as a result of these Leadership statements. I wonder why…

What a bunch of misfits! Are these really the people protecting our lands – from sea to shining sea? Is this the intelligence division that offers an in-depth analysis – as in, I think it might have been, maybe, potentially, likely ISIS? And that’s the sum total of coverage?

Help me here!

My dad was an intelligence officer in the Army and I believe he would be reeling in his grave at the dysfunction that we are witnessing. The news is sparse. The information is sketchy. But one aspect that alludes the mainstream is that the weapons, the Kalashkinov assault weapon used, were supplied by the CIA to the supposed Syrian rebels – which at last count includes 1000 different factions – but confiscated by the Jordanian intelligence officers and sold on the black market to – ISIS!

So – we have Russian made assault weapons – supplied by the CIA – being stolen en-route to Syrian Rebels – which remain unnamed – by our alliance, Jordan’s intelligence military – and end up used in the decimation of civilians by ISIS at an airport in Turkey.  And no one finds this – crazy??

To really add insult to injury, the Kalashkinov is a comparable to the US AK-47, which is on the hit list by the Democrats because it is an assault weapon that should be banned.   But then, why didn’t the CIA provide AK-47’s – why Kalashkinov’s? Unless the aim was to attempt to implicate Russia in the entire fiasco. As in OOPS!  Dag Nabbit!  Hello?

Not to mention how grand is our security if the CIA can simply ‘lose’ caches of weapons amounting hundreds of millions of dollars – and not be sanctioned… As in, are they working for us – or them?  I am truly sickened.

Footnote: CIA Director Brennan has issued a statement that he would not be surprised if ISIS was not plotting attacks on US soil… really??? Separately, he asked Russia – for help – because, I guess, Brennan is stating that the US is incompetent. Brennan – you need a lobotomy. And we need Rambo –

FYI – Brennan and Hillary are good buddies, they share the same intellect, the same Cabal, the same global elite and the same values…

 

Kurds vs Turkey

Who’s On First?

 

Another special ops (Navy Seal) US soldier was killed fighting against ISIS in Iraq. He was shot while fighting alongside the Kurdish Peshmerga forces in their battle north of Mosul. This is the third such Special Forces death since Obama announced the deployment of ‘an additional 200-250 ground troops’. While this might seem to some a small number, it’s senselessness is what is so pivoting.

 

You see, the same Peshmerga and Kurds fighting ISIS with the US are being bombed by our good friends in Turkey under the command of Erdogan, the same Erdogan who flooded Europe with over a million refugees and then demanded a return for Blackmail. But they aren’t just being bombed by Erdogan, they are being bombed by the Iraqi military – our other good friends.  So, are our soldiers being killed by ISIS or Turkey?

 

But Turkey isn’t just blackmailing Europe, the US has succumbed as well; In exchange for Turkish help, the United States has offered Ankara an aid package that includes $6 billion in grants and up to $20 billion in loan guarantees. But so far, Turkey has balked at the offer, demanding more than $30 billion in assistance, according to US sources.”

 

So while Europe has agreed to give Turkey upwards of $6 billion with a ‘pinky swear’ that they won’t let any more nasty refugees cross the border – as well as EU membership status whereby all citizens have free travel access… HELLO? The US has agreed to give them $20 billion in various forms of assistance with the promise not to kill anymore US soldiers while ethnically cleansing Kurds…

Meanwhile, Merkel is allowing the prosecution of a German comedian to go forward“in Germany” because Erdogan’s feelings were hurt by an insulting comment the comedian made in his routine…
Not a bad days take for Erdogan.

 

This coincides with a Parliament meeting in Turkey that erupted in an all out brawl with opposing sides punching and hitting, standing on tables, throwing bottles at each other and acting in a very “dignified” parliamentary manner… Gee we really can pick our friends. Sounds just like the Kiev brawls that regularly break out as officials go for the throat to ‘get their point across’. Another good buddy of ours.

 

After a healthy US backed coup in Ukraine that has sent the country spiraling into the worst nightmare it has seen in decades, the IMF has squandered $11 billion – for nothing. With a GDP of -$90 billion, a GDP growth rate of -12.5%, and a government whose salaries are apparently paid by …ta-da…the US- in a deal that was reached after the appointment of a new Governor, Michail Saaskashvili, the same Saaskashvili who has an outstanding warrant for his arrest in his native Georgia for war crimes and criminal charges.  All this coming after the pinky swear promise of Ambassador, Geoffrey Pyatt that no more Ukrainians civilians will be killed and their property confiscated.
Because, apparently, We The People, agreed in 2015 to train and pay the government of Ukraine with taxpayer funds.
And how much ‘aid’ has been expended on Iraq and Afghanistan? According to a report issued by the Watson Group of Brown University, Iraq has cost about $61 billion and Afghanistan about $104 billion. But that doesn’t account for the fraud, corruption and waste: US government investigators have found widespread corruption, waste, and fraud among US agencies and private contractors implementing aid programs. Projects were often carried out at exorbitant cost, despite serving small portions of the population. For example, a USAID-funded power plant will cost an estimated $280 million per year to run – more than a third of total government tax revenues – but provide electricity to just 2 percent of Afghans. The DynCorp company was unable to account for $1 billion in US funds it was given to train the Iraqi police.”
Anyone charged?  Nah.  Anyone arrested?  Nah.  Anyone fired?  Nah.  Just business as usual.
For those who don’t know, the DynCorp is a security company based out of Virginia that trains Afghanistan’s and Iraq’s police… They have been embroiled in a number of their own topsy turvydom allegations and lawsuits including:
  1. Ecuadorian lawsuit in which herbacide spraying resulted in significant civilian health crisis
  2. Alleged abuses in Columbia
  3. Conflict of Interest case in hiring by Veritas Capital Fund
  4. Sex with minors in Bosnia – and the selling of sex slaves
  5. Sex trafficking in Bosnia and Herzegovina
  6. Unfair dismissal due to ‘whistleblowing
  7. Unregulated billing and misconduct in relation to Iraq
  8. Weak oversight that resulted in $2.5 billion of US funds wasted
  9. Hiring a 17 year old Afghan to ‘entertain and perform’ for them in Afghanistan
How many US ‘jobs’ were created?  None.   How much income was generated for profit companies?  No one wants to know.  How much taxpayers anted?  Mucho moola.
So – Who’s On First?

Military Conquests – History Lesson

Ghengis Khan is actually given accolade in various Googles of his name, claiming that he was religiously tolerant and helped advance communication and cultural cohesiveness. What these same sites forget to mention is that he was also instrumental in the killing of 40 million people – 10% of the world population!

Julius Caesar – a Roman Statesman, an author of prose.   Sounds serene…  But he also slaughtered a million people and mutilated another million – he crucified mercilessly and yet was considered a great military commander who felt pity for his victims.

Napolean Bonaparte is credited with doing much good – justified in his means, for he was building an empire…

The point? We honor military genius’s for the number of conquests, the number killed, and the cities beseiged and destroyed. History respects them, worships them, even in their most heinous crimes.

How will history read of ISIS, al Qaeda, Boko Haram, al Nusra? Will they be turned into martyrs and heros who fought to liberate the world of evil?

Because I imagine the people slaughtered by Khan, Bonaparte, and Caesar didn’t feel to keen about their fate. How long before Hitler will become a liberator in our history books instead of a man responsible for the slaughter of millions?

As Boris Johnson of the EU and Obama struggle to give ISIS a label other than Islamic terrorists, they are already attempting to rewrite history. NO one has any problem relating the Spanish Inquisition that began in 1477/8 to Christianity or Catholicism. Some historians place the number of lives lost as high as 2 million and hundreds of thousands maimed and tortured. Interestingly, no one calls the Pope and Ferdinand a military hero, in fact it is referenced as “Christian Atrocities”.

So why can’t we label ISIS and their components as Islamic terrorists?

Did all Christians participate in the Spanish Inquisition?

Since Hitler was an Atheist, does that make all Athesits guilty of murdering millions Jews?  Wouldn’t that mean that Google should refer to WWII as the Atheist Atrocity, committed by Atheist terrorists?

ISIS is based on Islam. They preach from the laws of the Quran, they consider themselves to be Salafi, a Sunni branch of Islam, they adhere to dictates and laws of the Quran, and most importantly they believe that their actions are necessary in order to bring about the apocalypse as decreed in the Quran.

They notate major and minor signs of the coming Armageddon including: Major – plagues, diseases, sexual immorality, drought, famine and infighting. Minor – loss of honesty, spreading of killing, acceleration of time, lack of God reverence, an shift in population as in more women than men 50-1, and basic chaos.

But ISIS in attempting to bring about the Armageddon is doing exactly what the Quran defines as the apostates – spreading of killing and acceleration of time. They are trying to create what Allah has defined instead of letting Allah do the work. All in the name of – Islam which calls for world domination and the eradication of all peoples who are not of Islam.

Rather like the Spanish Inquisition.

So how does this playout in comparison to Obama’s comment that compares ISIS to the Spanish Inquisition?

Obama to this day refers to ISIS, not as an Islamic terror group, but as a ‘death cult’. Yet he is quite persistent that the Spanish Inquisition was a Christian abomination. Hypocrisy? Quite so. Immature? Quite so.

I never owned a slave either… so why am I white trash? I never killed an Indian. So why am I persecuted? I have German heritage but that doesn’t make me a Nazi.

So while Obama and by default Johnson would have us taking responsibility for slavery, for the Holocaust, for the slaughter of American Indians, at the same time they should resolve that all Muslims today and for generations to come must take responsibility for ISIS, al Qaeda, Boko Haram etc… in the name of Islam.

Or – he must state that no one is responsible for slavery – they are all dead. No one is responsible for the American Indian persecution – they are all dead. Blacks and Indians and Jews and Muslims and Women must put the past behind and take responsibility for themselves.

Because you can’t take one rule – without the other – unless you stand on the sands of hypocrisy.

Syria – Sick of Lies

So the US and Russia have called for a Syrian cease-fire, but not everyone is going to comply – including most of the ‘bad guys’; ISIS, al-Nusra, and Turkey.

If I was part of the coalition sitting around ‘not’ firing and ISIS shelled my location, I think it is a fair assumption that I’d get my booty in gear and shell back! The choice – die or fight. Hmmm.

What a strange solution to think that the bad guys will be nice and wait until the talks are over in which the coalition agrees to bond together to fight – an agreed upon definition of who the bad guys are. And right now, Turkey has joined the ranks of the bad guys with indiscriminate shelling. Of course Saudi Arabia is also using the vast stash of weapons sold to them by the US and UK and France to bomb whomever they please in Syria as well.

What the heck good is a cease fire if only the good guys comply? It’s like telling all the WWII allies to stop doing any bombing while the Nazi’s gain ground and create Holocaust No. II!!  Imagine the Generals on the field?

The US has refused to give Russia coordinates of it’s ‘good guys’ because they think doing so will put them at risk. In the meantime there are now so many factions fighting in Syria, no one is sure who is who as every month or so another faction rises up from the dust. And as everyone might notice, ISIS continues to spread – we are supposedly now bombing Libya, Lebanon, Iraq, Syria, Yemen and Sudan – all in the fight against ISIS, and still the media would have us believe that Russia and China are the real bad guys… All of Europe is at high risk for ISIS attacks, the US is ‘ready’, and still we can not agree that this is even a pressing issue.

I just read an article about the woman, who as a girl in Vietnam suffered horrific napalm burns to most of her body, is teaching others the value of forgiveness.  During the war, her picture was plastered all over the magazine covers as she ran down the middle of the street naked, her clothes burned from her body, screaming in agony. She is grown now, but her life has been agonizing in that her wounds never healed and she has excruciating pain every day. This is what war is! It is excruciating pain.

We didn’t win Vietnam. We haven’t won our wars in a long time. And while arguments continue that we have a moral obligation to intercede, I am reminded of my father. Head of Defense Intelligence in Europe, a WWII veteran who headed a tank battalion, a lover of horses and art and me, he witnessed firsthand the daily trauma of war and the only way he could deal with it was to push it down so deep into his psyche that it would hopefully never surface – ever.

Meddling in countries that have a completely different culture than our own has proven catastrophic. Trying to make them into something they never can or want to be is – catastrophic. It is reminiscent of the missionaries who tried over and over to convert the ethnic tribes in Africa and South America to conversion, only to be slaughtered, their children raped, and their wives sliced into pieces. As gruesome as this sounds, this is the reality. And the Middle East is no different. It took Gaddafi to hold it together, as horrific as he was, it took Saddam to hold it together as disgusting as it was, because they understood the psyche of their countrymen.

We freaking goofed BIG TIME.

North Korea? China? Brazil? Leave them to their own ways and focus on helping people escape rather than annihilating countries and their populations. While ISIS continues to grow and expand, the idiocy of our bombing campaign is leaving most veterans crazed with wonder. Six drone strikes take out four trucks, seven drone strikes hit a building, eleven drone strikes cratered a ‘target’… Every veteran of military heritage knows the ridiculousness of these claims of ‘fighting the enemy’. When we can’t even agree on WHO IS THE ENEMY.

Everyone is sick of the lies. Everyone is sick of hearing military commanders who either don’t care, or who follow White House orders to circumvent the targets, spray worthless bombs, and blame other countries for indiscriminate attempts to rid this world of the enemy!

WWII – number of bombs dropped by the allies – 3.4 million tons.

Syria – number of bombs dropped – maybe 5,000 – or less.

It is NOT WORKING. Either just stop – or ramp up and create undergrounds for the civilians to find safety.

One World Order Party

So the Saudis are mad because despite their demand for a cease fire by the Syrian rebels (aka al Nusra, al Qaeda) and the Syrian government, and Russia – there are still reports of bombs… As in no one told ISIS and the US to give it a rest and stop bombing and beheading and raping for a while why negotiations are underway.  Oops.  Apparently, the Saudis, who openly hate Assad, are the ones negotiating who shall rule Syria next.

It’s a similar topsy-turvy message when we cry Hallelujah we have liberated the Syrians from the brutality of Assad who has ‘allegedly’ been tallied with killing 11,000 – while our freedom fighters war is fully funded and responsible for the massacre of over 250,000 and the devastation of an entire country…

And we wonder why these people don’t particularly like us…

We liberated the Ukrainians of their elected President on charges of corruption… and replaced the government with a chocolate king who is more of a chess pawn than king. Corruption in the Ukraine government has now gone from a ranking of 118th in 2007 to 142nd! WOW, we really fixed that issue. Literal brawls break out during parliamentary sessions, grown men have to be carried out, glasses thrown, fists flying! Much better.

And if that didn’t scare you – the Ukraine government is in discussions with our Secretary of Defense whose resume lists him as a “Theoretical Physicist”, to help bomb Syria. Really? I feel like I’m in some sort of farcical Leslie Nielson movie in which disasters are comedy.

The US keeps sending destroyer ships to prowl the waters of China – asking for a confrontation, begging for reprisal. The US claims the seas are free – which begs the question ‘does that mean China can send its destroyers to the Florida Keys’? All the while the US claims that it is not taking sides in the dispute between China and Japan territorial rights. Spurred by McCain, an all out global war seems to be the agenda. But hey, we continue to buzz Russian airspace as well, only to get miffed when their pilots buzz our pilots back while flying over the Black Sea…6,049 miles away…

Despite the fact that the Saudis continue war crimes against rebels and civilians in Yemen, with the assistance of the UK and the US, the only admonition is a UN voice, “Please don’t do that bad stuff anymore.” But then the same UN is busily trying to figure out all the child sex abuse claims being invoked against it’s own ‘peacekeepers’ and how best to stifle the news.

Meanwhile a little boy in a refugee camp in Sweden is being repeatedly raped despite the workers asking the refugees nicely not to do it any more. For some reason they wouldn’t stop so the police were called to extricate the boy. But when the police arrived the refugees ganged up on them and scared the police so much they all ran out the back door – leaving the boy.

And the head of the EU Commission has stated that the thousands of sexual assaults committed against women by refugees during the NYE attacks involving some nine separate countries – were just boys being boys, and not terrorist related. Germany and Sweden have specifically given instructions to their police to stand down prosecuting any refugees for crimes. They don’t want to alarm their citizens or hurt the feelings of the refugees.

Hillary seems to think that all those top, top secret emails were no big deal despite the fact that they reveal extremely sensitive information regarding undercover agents. I’m beginning to wonder if she has Alzheimer’s and that’s why her debates are fully vetted for a no-audience time slot.

Reputable journalists continue to publish blatantly photo-shopped and completely fraudulent photos of events in the Middle East, without repercussions.

Erdogan is all but declaring war on Russia and despite the fact that Turkey continues it’s heinous human rights violations of ethnic cleansing of Kurds, they are not even – sanctioned… The problem? We’ve sold billions in weapons to the Saudis and their allies – including Turkey – which means we need to tread lightly and not hurt their feelings or they might blow us up.

Merkel has announced that when Iraq and Syria are back to normal, all the refugees from these countries have to go home… That’s about as logical as telling the Ottoman Turks to all go home after the Fall of the Ottoman Empire, at the end of WWI – as in – where might that be?

If our world hasn’t edged over the line into a Soros befuddled topsy-turvy chaos then the alternative perception is this is normal.

Sunni Shi’a Riff – Next World War?

An unprecedented influx of Muslim refugees precedes a widening rift between Shi’a and Sunni states in the Middle East.

It’s hard not to think the timing was orchestrated.  What did the Sauds think the reaction would be after they brutally executed-beheaded a Shi’a holy man? Did they really think there would be no repercussion? I don’t think anyone is that stupid… and the only viable alternative to stupid is – ‘orchestrated’.

What would be the purpose if it was orchestrated?

Certainly it puts all of Europe on a very high alert as their Muslim population of both sects has risen exponentially. While the last actual population census was done in 2010 and estimated the total European contingent to be in excess of 44 million, the last five years we have seen unprecedented exodus from the Middle East and Africa into Europe. But more surprising is that upwards of 62% of all Muslims reside in Asia, the Middle East only accounts for about 20%, and Africa about 15%.

Pakistan and Indonesia account for the largest Shi’a populations. How they will respond to this division will determine whether this riff explodes.

That being said, if the Middle East were to implode into an all out sectarian war, what side would we take? What would happen to the ‘other’ side’s civilian population in foreign countries? Would the violence extend worldwide as Shunnis took to fighting Shi’a – everywhere?

Worldwide, the Sunni population is approximately 80% and the Shi’a about 20%. However, in the US, the Sunni population is 56%, a large disproportionate percentage despite our brackish affiliation with Saudi Arabia and Sunnis.

Iran in a Nutshell: The last time Iran was a world power was in the early 18th century.  Prior to that their empire reigned in the 7th century when they were ruled by the Sasanians whose language was Aramaic and religion was a mixture of Babylonian, Christian, Jewish, Hindu and Buddhist. This Empire was defeated by Islam in a war that began in 633 and eventually ended in about 651 AD.  The surviving Sasonian’s converted to Islam or fled to other countries, but were always considered inferior, of a lesser quality. Conquered by the Mongols and later the Tamirs, it was not until the fifteen hundreds that Safavids rose to form the Safavid Empire of Iran before being defeated in 1722.

They were later conquered by Russia, the Ottoman Empire and finally the British in the early 1900’s who sought their oil. In 1941 the Soviets, British and Commonwealth nations invaded Iran for the purpose of confiscating their oil. In 1946, the Soviets were expelled by the British and Commonwealthers who then revoked their portion of the oil and continued their reign over the country.

In 1953, the US and UK organized a coup to depose the Prime Minister of Iran, Musaddeq, executed the Foreign Minister, and propped up the Shah. The 1979 Revolution returned Iran to its Shi’a roots, nationalized the oil from the British and US, and returned the country to it’s fundamental religious societal economy.

And while the media continues to pummel us with the ‘threat of Iran terrorism’, let’s not forget that al-Qaeda, ISIS, al-Nusra, Hamas, The Muslim Brotherhood, and al-Shabaab are all Sunni… The terrorist organization that is Shi’a is the militant group known as Hezbollah.

Formed by Iran clerics in 1982, Hezbollah was created to battle the Israeli occupation of south Lebanon. Since then, their military aggression has grown, and their warring targets include Israel and the Saudi Arabia.  Their main focus is feeling oppressed as a minority.  The European Union, New Zealand and the UK do not classify Hezbollah as a terrorist organization. Their ideology desires the end of Israel as they see Zionism as a conspiracy for a One World Order and supreme domination.

So what would a complete implosion of war between Shi’as and Sunnis look like? Given the mass amounts of weapons sold over the course of the last decade by the US, Europe, and Russia – the countries most prolific include; Turkey, UAE, India, Afghanistan, China and of course – Saudi Arabia which took the world’s lead in 2014. Iran is not even making the list.

Paying attention to the details instead of the media propaganda is now a necessity. Who are friends? Who are foes? And who can we Trust?

Middle East One World Order – Blackmail

Erdogan. Turkey. How a country rose to blackmail and won.

The EU has agreed to pay Erdogan $3.2 billion – to start – a deal brokered by Germany. What is their stake? Refugees. Turkey has agreed it will close the dyke that caused the influx of over a million migrants to flood into Europe – for a price.   But that price will be subject to re-negotiation each year as Turkey now has levelled the upper hand and the EU rolls over.  Germany is Turkey’s second largest import partner at 9% and ranks first as an export partner at 8.6%.   It isn’t just refugees, its economics.  Germany has a large financial stake as well as a human one. Blackmail.

The US provides ‘aide’ to Turkey to the tune of $30 billion on an annual basis despite the fact that Turkey’s GDP rank is 17th in the world! Why? So that the US can station bases in Turkey from which we launch attacks on Afghanistan, Syria and Iraq. Erdogan demanded that Assad be removed completely before he would allow US airbases. Hence the US is bound to Turkey and their ideals. Blackmail.

Turkey has been cited nearly 2000 times for Human Rights abuses. Fines were instituted, pledges made, and life, or non-life, went on as usual. Torture, disappearances, death, executions, are all a part of the day to day life in Turkey, especially if you are Kurdish. There is consensus that Erdogan continues to grant himself more exclusive power which could result in a dictatorship type of rule. In particular, the style and methodology of his rule has taken on the appearance of former Ottoman Sultan ideologies.

Last year the White House and Kerry accused Erdogan of funding ISIS. This past week Russia has made the same claim providing evidence to support the allegation. The US and the EU have remained silent. Why? Blackmail.

Voter fraud, manipulation and corruption have been an ongoing issue under Erdogan which apparently was heightened when the SECSIS counting system was installed and its authenticity was challenged because it was ‘developed in the US’. The voting system in the US is seen as inherently fraudulent by foreign countries. In 2011, a minivan was impounded by Turkish police. It contained voting ballots which were pre-stamped with the AKP vote. Erdogan is a part of the AKP party. During the 2014 elections, ballots were burned and stolen. Electrical outages prevented ballots from being counted, and officials counting the votes were routinely intimidated by Erdogan’s government. Still, the process was approved and Erdogan was elected President.

Erdogan wants more than anything to become a member of the EU. Blackmail will most likely play a part in that approval as corruption and human rights are shelved.  With close ties to Saudi Arabia and Qatar, Turkey sees itself as a rising star within the Middle East coalition of world order.

The Army of Conquest is a Syrian rebel group created in 2015 and propped up militarily and financially by Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey. The group is affiliated with al-Nusra, al-Qaeda and includes factions such as; Muslim Brotherhood of Syria, Knights of Justice Brigade, Free Syrian Army, Soldiers of the Levant, and Sham Legion. It’s primary objective is to take out Assad and every member of his government.

The groups that the US supported directly, and indirectly have included; al-Nusra, Free Syrian Army, Knights of Justice Brigade, Soldiers of the Levant, Sham Legion and the Kurds. Turkey hates the Kurds, so this affiliation presents a problem.  The US has claimed that our ‘rebels’ are moderate and therefore trustworthy… thus we provide anti-tank missiles, pallets of ammunition,  TUK missiles and other advanced weaponry. Unfortunately, the moderates joined the hardcore and all weapons and financing is now shared. The logic is that we continue to provide weapons to the moderates without disclosing the moderates are now within the umbrella of al-Qaeda.  If we keep it to a whisper, maybe no one will know…

Bottom line? We are arming and financing al-Qaeda to fight ISIS. And while we are supposedly bombing ISIS in Iraq, Iraq is fighting al-Qaeda in Syria. And we are supposedly fighting al-Qaeda in Yemen. Or are we?  Because we are supporting the killing of mostly civilians.  And the Kurds we support in Syria are being bombed by Turkey in Iraq. That’s the narrative, but how can we arm al-Qaeda in one country while fighting them in another?

Blackmail.

This time it’s the Saudis. And the entire de-facto is oil and trade. Initiated by Kissinger in an attempt to make the Saudis staked in the success of the US through business and real estate ownership, he set the stage for the one thing he thought he was avoiding – blackmail. And in so doing, he assured our demise as the Saudis decided to up the ante and take over the Middle East, one ruler, one empire to invest in the future of the One World Order.

The global economy concept is seriously flawed. The Open Society concept and One World Order cannot exist. Why? Because respect and integrity and honor don’t exist. As such, blackmail and corruption will rise to the surface and become the thorn of rule within a constant flow of distrust. The US and the EU have so seriously devalued their integrity that scrambling is the day-to-day norm. Turning a blind eye on Turkey. Paying bribes. Siding with al-Qaeda. Unraveling the web is not possible.

And within this stage of Middle East blackmail, we have no friends, we have no allies, what we have is a coalition of Sunni’s who laugh at our stupidity for allowing ourselves to become the puppets in the larger scheme.