ISIS Buried Children Alive

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GENEVA, Feb 4 (Reuters) - Islamic State militants are selling abducted Iraqi children at markets as sex slaves, and killing other youth, including by crucifixion or burying them alive, a United Nations watchdog said on Wednesday.

Iraqi boys aged under 18 are increasingly being used by the militant group as suicide bombers, bomb makers, informants or human shields to protect facilities against U.S.-led air strikes, the U.N. Committee on the Rights of the Child said.

ISIS Reportedly Crucified Buried Children Alive In Iraq UN

Thank you GW Bush for our current Middle East. I hope so much that these aren't the same Islamic extremists, that we trained and armed to overthrow the Gaddafi government.
 

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(Reuters) - Islamic State militants are selling abducted Iraqi children at markets as sex slaves, and killing other youth, including by crucifixion or burying them alive, a United Nations watchdog said on Wednesday.

Iraqi boys aged under 18 are increasingly being used by the militant group as suicide bombers, bomb makers, informants or human shields to protect facilities against U.S.-led air strikes, the U.N. Committee on the Rights of the Child said.

"We are really deeply concerned at torture and murder of those children, especially those belonging to minorities, but not only from minorities," committee expert Renate Winter told a news briefing. "The scope of the problem is huge."

Children from the Yazidi sect or Christian communities, but also Shi'ites and Sunnis, have been victims, she said.

"We have had reports of children, especially children who are mentally challenged, who have been used as suicide bombers, most probably without them even understanding," Winter told Reuters. "There was a video placed (online) that showed children at a very young age, approximately eight years of age and younger, to be trained already to become child soldiers."

Islamic State is a breakaway al Qaeda group that declared an Islamic caliphate across parts of Syria and Iraq last summer. It has killed thousands and forced hundreds of thousands from their homes, in what the United Nations has called a reign of terror.

On Tuesday, the group, which is also known as ISIL, released a video showing a captured Jordanian pilot being burned alive.

The U.N. body, which reviewed Iraq's record for the first time since 1998, denounced "the systematic killing of children belonging to religious and ethnic minorities by the so-called ISIL, including several cases of mass executions of boys, as well as reports of beheadings, crucifixions of children and burying children alive".

A large number of children have been killed or badly wounded during air strikes or shelling by Iraqi security forces, while others had died of "dehydration, starvation and heat", it said.

ISIL has committed "systematic sexual violence", including "the abduction and sexual enslavement of children", it said.

"Children of minorities have been captured in many places... sold in the market place with tags, price tags on them, they have been sold as slaves," Winter said, giving no details.

The 18 independent experts who worked on the report called on Iraqi authorities to take all necessary measures to "rescue children" under the control of Islamic State and to prosecute perpetrators of crimes.

Islamic State selling crucifying burying children alive in Iraq - UN Reuters


I wonder what the left would be saying is Israeli soldiers were doing this. As it is, the left could not possibly care any less about this story.

Do they?

Remember how they feign outrage over the poor terrorists (3 of them who planned 911) were water boarded. Oh, how much they care about the poor farming goat herders who were just simply minding their own peaceful business, until Boooooosh and Cheney took office.

Yes, folks. You think that is an exaggeration. It is not. They believe that, they teach that, and they live that.

Look at EVERY POST from that moron Lakota.

Yes, I do blame liberals for this, which is not confined to America. The world left wingers which comprises a majority of the UN.

Like I asked. Could you imagine if this was Israel doing this? As of now, these stories are not being hyped by the beloved godless left wing commie American hating Israel hating media.
 

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US “Fighting”Terror Group with Fictional Leaders
First appeared: US 8220 Fighting 8221 Terror Group with Fictional Leaders New Eastern Outlook


"This reality comes into sharper focus considering other recent reports that so-called “ISIS” territory has in fact, doubled in the wake of US airstrikes, not shrunk. Fox News reports in their article, “ISIS control of Syria reportedly expands since start of US-led airstrikes,” that:


The Islamic State terror group reportedly has increased the amount of territory they control in Syria as the U.S.-led bombing campaign approaches its four-month anniversary.


The Wall Street Journal, citing U.S. government and independent assessments, say that the Islamic State, commonly known as ISIS, has control of a large swath of northeastern Syria and is creeping toward key cities in the country’s west, including Aleppo, a center of the uprising against Syrian President Bashar Assad.


At face value, it would seem as if US policy has failed utterly, if in fact its goal was to truly neutralize ISIS. But with ISIS a fictional creation led by non-existent leaders, and the stated goal of the US being the overthrow of the Syrian government, the doubling of territory held by Al Qaeda, and Al Qaeda’s approach to cities like Aleppo on the brink of being liberated by Syrian troops, it is clear that America’s presence in Syria – not to mention in neighboring Iraq – is to support, not stop these terrorist forces.


Recognizing the West’s role in Syria as unprecedented, deplorable, genocidal state-sponsorship of terrorism, and treating the terrorist fronts operating in and along Syria’s borders as a foreign incursion, may allow Syria and its allies to reveal current military operations as a massive counter-terrorism effort, not a “civil war,” and allowing for more open support for the government in Damascus to ensure this effort succeeds."


Tony Cartalucci, Bangkok-based geopolitical researcher and writer, especially for the online magazine“New Eastern Outlook”.
First appeared: US 8220 Fighting 8221 Terror Group with Fictional Leaders New Eastern Outlook
 

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What the hell is wrong with you? Not one damn word about kids being buried alive, but a rant to try to claim isis is fictional?? You are truly sick.
US “Fighting”Terror Group with Fictional Leaders
First appeared: US 8220 Fighting 8221 Terror Group with Fictional Leaders New Eastern Outlook

"This reality comes into sharper focus considering other recent reports that so-called “ISIS” territory has in fact, doubled in the wake of US airstrikes, not shrunk. Fox News reports in their article, “ISIS control of Syria reportedly expands since start of US-led airstrikes,” that:


The Islamic State terror group reportedly has increased the amount of territory they control in Syria as the U.S.-led bombing campaign approaches its four-month anniversary.


The Wall Street Journal, citing U.S. government and independent assessments, say that the Islamic State, commonly known as ISIS, has control of a large swath of northeastern Syria and is creeping toward key cities in the country’s west, including Aleppo, a center of the uprising against Syrian President Bashar Assad.


At face value, it would seem as if US policy has failed utterly, if in fact its goal was to truly neutralize ISIS. But with ISIS a fictional creation led by non-existent leaders, and the stated goal of the US being the overthrow of the Syrian government, the doubling of territory held by Al Qaeda, and Al Qaeda’s approach to cities like Aleppo on the brink of being liberated by Syrian troops, it is clear that America’s presence in Syria – not to mention in neighboring Iraq – is to support, not stop these terrorist forces.


Recognizing the West’s role in Syria as unprecedented, deplorable, genocidal state-sponsorship of terrorism, and treating the terrorist fronts operating in and along Syria’s borders as a foreign incursion, may allow Syria and its allies to reveal current military operations as a massive counter-terrorism effort, not a “civil war,” and allowing for more open support for the government in Damascus to ensure this effort succeeds."


Tony Cartalucci, Bangkok-based geopolitical researcher and writer, especially for the online magazine“New Eastern Outlook”.
First appeared: US 8220 Fighting 8221 Terror Group with Fictional Leaders New Eastern Outlook
US “Fighting”Terror Group with Fictional Leaders
First appeared: US 8220 Fighting 8221 Terror Group with Fictional Leaders New Eastern Outlook

"This reality comes into sharper focus considering other recent reports that so-called “ISIS” territory has in fact, doubled in the wake of US airstrikes, not shrunk. Fox News reports in their article, “ISIS control of Syria reportedly expands since start of US-led airstrikes,” that:


The Islamic State terror group reportedly has increased the amount of territory they control in Syria as the U.S.-led bombing campaign approaches its four-month anniversary.


The Wall Street Journal, citing U.S. government and independent assessments, say that the Islamic State, commonly known as ISIS, has control of a large swath of northeastern Syria and is creeping toward key cities in the country’s west, including Aleppo, a center of the uprising against Syrian President Bashar Assad.


At face value, it would seem as if US policy has failed utterly, if in fact its goal was to truly neutralize ISIS. But with ISIS a fictional creation led by non-existent leaders, and the stated goal of the US being the overthrow of the Syrian government, the doubling of territory held by Al Qaeda, and Al Qaeda’s approach to cities like Aleppo on the brink of being liberated by Syrian troops, it is clear that America’s presence in Syria – not to mention in neighboring Iraq – is to support, not stop these terrorist forces.


Recognizing the West’s role in Syria as unprecedented, deplorable, genocidal state-sponsorship of terrorism, and treating the terrorist fronts operating in and along Syria’s borders as a foreign incursion, may allow Syria and its allies to reveal current military operations as a massive counter-terrorism effort, not a “civil war,” and allowing for more open support for the government in Damascus to ensure this effort succeeds."


Tony Cartalucci, Bangkok-based geopolitical researcher and writer, especially for the online magazine“New Eastern Outlook”.
First appeared: US 8220 Fighting 8221 Terror Group with Fictional Leaders New Eastern Outlook
 

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The owl is projecting bile,,as usual...Since there are people from the left and right that have fought in the wars on terror, you do no honor to the soldiers that sacrifice what you have not...
 

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GENEVA, Feb 4 (Reuters) - Islamic State militants are selling abducted Iraqi children at markets as sex slaves, and killing other youth, including by crucifixion or burying them alive, a United Nations watchdog said on Wednesday.

Iraqi boys aged under 18 are increasingly being used by the militant group as suicide bombers, bomb makers, informants or human shields to protect facilities against U.S.-led air strikes, the U.N. Committee on the Rights of the Child said.

ISIS Reportedly Crucified Buried Children Alive In Iraq UN

Thank you GW Bush for our current Middle East. I hope so much that these aren't the same Islamic extremists, that we trained and armed to overthrow the Gaddafi government.
Goes back further than the Bush oil dynasty. Here's a photo of the fathers of the current ISIS monsters.

 

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Is any surprised that the barbarians in ISIS are using children as sex slaves?

I bet most ISIS fighters were molested as children themselves, that's why they are so screwed up.

Pedophilia is rampant in the Middle East. Probably has a little something to do with the fact that their entire religion was created by a lunatic pedophile.
 

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GENEVA, Feb 4 (Reuters) - Islamic State militants are selling abducted Iraqi children at markets as sex slaves, and killing other youth, including by crucifixion or burying them alive, a United Nations watchdog said on Wednesday.

Iraqi boys aged under 18 are increasingly being used by the militant group as suicide bombers, bomb makers, informants or human shields to protect facilities against U.S.-led air strikes, the U.N. Committee on the Rights of the Child said.

ISIS Reportedly Crucified Buried Children Alive In Iraq UN

Thank you GW Bush for our current Middle East. I hope so much that these aren't the same Islamic extremists, that we trained and armed to overthrow the Gaddafi government.
Goes back further than the Bush oil dynasty. Here's a photo of the fathers of the current ISIS monsters.

And yet when the Obama White House negotiates with the Taliban, you have no problem with that.
 

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GENEVA, Feb 4 (Reuters) - Islamic State militants are selling abducted Iraqi children at markets as sex slaves, and killing other youth, including by crucifixion or burying them alive, a United Nations watchdog said on Wednesday.

Iraqi boys aged under 18 are increasingly being used by the militant group as suicide bombers, bomb makers, informants or human shields to protect facilities against U.S.-led air strikes, the U.N. Committee on the Rights of the Child said.

ISIS Reportedly Crucified Buried Children Alive In Iraq UN

Thank you GW Bush for our current Middle East. I hope so much that these aren't the same Islamic extremists, that we trained and armed to overthrow the Gaddafi government.
Goes back further than the Bush oil dynasty. Here's a photo of the fathers of the current ISIS monsters.

And yet when the Obama White House negotiates with the Taliban, you have no problem with that.

When he killed Taliban and al Qeada, you RWs lied about it. And you're still lying about it.


Goes back further than the Bush oil dynasty. Here's a photo of the fathers of the current ISIS monsters.

they could as easily be the children of the guys who killed the men in the photo for meeting with Americans.......
PostmodernProph

They were killed for meeting with Reagan?
 

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ISIS is not the fault of Reagan, Bush, Clinton, Obama or anybody else. ISIS is the result of the culture that produced it.

If some of the monumentally stupid idiots here would stop playing their little game of cowboys and Indians for just a second, they might realize this isn't "RW" vs "LW", but of Islamists against western civilization.

Some of you ignorant little robots are too busy with your childish war against the "Right Wing" to ever even acknowledge the barbarity of ISIS and of Islamists in general.

The "right wingers" and the "left wingers" have more in common with each other than either does with Islamism, and only a complete fools continue to devote themselves to internecine warfare when the wolf is at the door.
 

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What the hell is wrong with you? Not one damn word about kids being buried alive, but a rant to try to claim isis is fictional?? You are truly sick.
US “Fighting”Terror Group with Fictional Leaders
First appeared: US 8220 Fighting 8221 Terror Group with Fictional Leaders New Eastern Outlook

"This reality comes into sharper focus considering other recent reports that so-called “ISIS” territory has in fact, doubled in the wake of US airstrikes, not shrunk. Fox News reports in their article, “ISIS control of Syria reportedly expands since start of US-led airstrikes,” that:


The Islamic State terror group reportedly has increased the amount of territory they control in Syria as the U.S.-led bombing campaign approaches its four-month anniversary.


The Wall Street Journal, citing U.S. government and independent assessments, say that the Islamic State, commonly known as ISIS, has control of a large swath of northeastern Syria and is creeping toward key cities in the country’s west, including Aleppo, a center of the uprising against Syrian President Bashar Assad.


At face value, it would seem as if US policy has failed utterly, if in fact its goal was to truly neutralize ISIS. But with ISIS a fictional creation led by non-existent leaders, and the stated goal of the US being the overthrow of the Syrian government, the doubling of territory held by Al Qaeda, and Al Qaeda’s approach to cities like Aleppo on the brink of being liberated by Syrian troops, it is clear that America’s presence in Syria – not to mention in neighboring Iraq – is to support, not stop these terrorist forces.


Recognizing the West’s role in Syria as unprecedented, deplorable, genocidal state-sponsorship of terrorism, and treating the terrorist fronts operating in and along Syria’s borders as a foreign incursion, may allow Syria and its allies to reveal current military operations as a massive counter-terrorism effort, not a “civil war,” and allowing for more open support for the government in Damascus to ensure this effort succeeds."


Tony Cartalucci, Bangkok-based geopolitical researcher and writer, especially for the online magazine“New Eastern Outlook”.
First appeared: US 8220 Fighting 8221 Terror Group with Fictional Leaders New Eastern Outlook
US “Fighting”Terror Group with Fictional Leaders
First appeared: US 8220 Fighting 8221 Terror Group with Fictional Leaders New Eastern Outlook

"This reality comes into sharper focus considering other recent reports that so-called “ISIS” territory has in fact, doubled in the wake of US airstrikes, not shrunk. Fox News reports in their article, “ISIS control of Syria reportedly expands since start of US-led airstrikes,” that:


The Islamic State terror group reportedly has increased the amount of territory they control in Syria as the U.S.-led bombing campaign approaches its four-month anniversary.


The Wall Street Journal, citing U.S. government and independent assessments, say that the Islamic State, commonly known as ISIS, has control of a large swath of northeastern Syria and is creeping toward key cities in the country’s west, including Aleppo, a center of the uprising against Syrian President Bashar Assad.


At face value, it would seem as if US policy has failed utterly, if in fact its goal was to truly neutralize ISIS. But with ISIS a fictional creation led by non-existent leaders, and the stated goal of the US being the overthrow of the Syrian government, the doubling of territory held by Al Qaeda, and Al Qaeda’s approach to cities like Aleppo on the brink of being liberated by Syrian troops, it is clear that America’s presence in Syria – not to mention in neighboring Iraq – is to support, not stop these terrorist forces.


Recognizing the West’s role in Syria as unprecedented, deplorable, genocidal state-sponsorship of terrorism, and treating the terrorist fronts operating in and along Syria’s borders as a foreign incursion, may allow Syria and its allies to reveal current military operations as a massive counter-terrorism effort, not a “civil war,” and allowing for more open support for the government in Damascus to ensure this effort succeeds."


Tony Cartalucci, Bangkok-based geopolitical researcher and writer, especially for the online magazine“New Eastern Outlook”.
First appeared: US 8220 Fighting 8221 Terror Group with Fictional Leaders New Eastern Outlook
Nothing is wrong with me, I'm just informed, why don't you try it.

What I am trying to do is inform you. Wow, even this morning National Propaganda Radio (NPR) admitted that ISIS is a creation of the Saudi's and their allies to try to destabilize the Syrians and the Iranians. What makes you think Globalist propaganda is at all reliable?

Why not question it as an effort to get the west more involved in an effort to meddle in affairs that are none of our business?
 

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What the hell is wrong with you? Not one damn word about kids being buried alive, but a rant to try to claim isis is fictional?? You are truly sick.
US “Fighting”Terror Group with Fictional Leaders
First appeared: US 8220 Fighting 8221 Terror Group with Fictional Leaders New Eastern Outlook

"This reality comes into sharper focus considering other recent reports that so-called “ISIS” territory has in fact, doubled in the wake of US airstrikes, not shrunk. Fox News reports in their article, “ISIS control of Syria reportedly expands since start of US-led airstrikes,” that:


The Islamic State terror group reportedly has increased the amount of territory they control in Syria as the U.S.-led bombing campaign approaches its four-month anniversary.


The Wall Street Journal, citing U.S. government and independent assessments, say that the Islamic State, commonly known as ISIS, has control of a large swath of northeastern Syria and is creeping toward key cities in the country’s west, including Aleppo, a center of the uprising against Syrian President Bashar Assad.


At face value, it would seem as if US policy has failed utterly, if in fact its goal was to truly neutralize ISIS. But with ISIS a fictional creation led by non-existent leaders, and the stated goal of the US being the overthrow of the Syrian government, the doubling of territory held by Al Qaeda, and Al Qaeda’s approach to cities like Aleppo on the brink of being liberated by Syrian troops, it is clear that America’s presence in Syria – not to mention in neighboring Iraq – is to support, not stop these terrorist forces.


Recognizing the West’s role in Syria as unprecedented, deplorable, genocidal state-sponsorship of terrorism, and treating the terrorist fronts operating in and along Syria’s borders as a foreign incursion, may allow Syria and its allies to reveal current military operations as a massive counter-terrorism effort, not a “civil war,” and allowing for more open support for the government in Damascus to ensure this effort succeeds."


Tony Cartalucci, Bangkok-based geopolitical researcher and writer, especially for the online magazine“New Eastern Outlook”.
First appeared: US 8220 Fighting 8221 Terror Group with Fictional Leaders New Eastern Outlook
US “Fighting”Terror Group with Fictional Leaders
First appeared: US 8220 Fighting 8221 Terror Group with Fictional Leaders New Eastern Outlook

"This reality comes into sharper focus considering other recent reports that so-called “ISIS” territory has in fact, doubled in the wake of US airstrikes, not shrunk. Fox News reports in their article, “ISIS control of Syria reportedly expands since start of US-led airstrikes,” that:


The Islamic State terror group reportedly has increased the amount of territory they control in Syria as the U.S.-led bombing campaign approaches its four-month anniversary.


The Wall Street Journal, citing U.S. government and independent assessments, say that the Islamic State, commonly known as ISIS, has control of a large swath of northeastern Syria and is creeping toward key cities in the country’s west, including Aleppo, a center of the uprising against Syrian President Bashar Assad.


At face value, it would seem as if US policy has failed utterly, if in fact its goal was to truly neutralize ISIS. But with ISIS a fictional creation led by non-existent leaders, and the stated goal of the US being the overthrow of the Syrian government, the doubling of territory held by Al Qaeda, and Al Qaeda’s approach to cities like Aleppo on the brink of being liberated by Syrian troops, it is clear that America’s presence in Syria – not to mention in neighboring Iraq – is to support, not stop these terrorist forces.


Recognizing the West’s role in Syria as unprecedented, deplorable, genocidal state-sponsorship of terrorism, and treating the terrorist fronts operating in and along Syria’s borders as a foreign incursion, may allow Syria and its allies to reveal current military operations as a massive counter-terrorism effort, not a “civil war,” and allowing for more open support for the government in Damascus to ensure this effort succeeds."


Tony Cartalucci, Bangkok-based geopolitical researcher and writer, especially for the online magazine“New Eastern Outlook”.
First appeared: US 8220 Fighting 8221 Terror Group with Fictional Leaders New Eastern Outlook
Nothing is wrong with me, I'm just informed, why don't you try it.

What I am trying to do is inform you. Wow, even this morning National Propaganda Radio (NPR) admitted that ISIS is a creation of the Saudi's and their allies to try to destabilize the Syrians and the Iranians. What makes you think Globalist propaganda is at all reliable?

Why not question it as an effort to get the west more involved in an effort to meddle in affairs that are none of our business?
I believe that the US and the Saudis are doing things they should not also....
 

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What the hell is wrong with you? Not one damn word about kids being buried alive, but a rant to try to claim isis is fictional?? You are truly sick.
US “Fighting”Terror Group with Fictional Leaders
First appeared: US 8220 Fighting 8221 Terror Group with Fictional Leaders New Eastern Outlook

"This reality comes into sharper focus considering other recent reports that so-called “ISIS” territory has in fact, doubled in the wake of US airstrikes, not shrunk. Fox News reports in their article, “ISIS control of Syria reportedly expands since start of US-led airstrikes,” that:


The Islamic State terror group reportedly has increased the amount of territory they control in Syria as the U.S.-led bombing campaign approaches its four-month anniversary.


The Wall Street Journal, citing U.S. government and independent assessments, say that the Islamic State, commonly known as ISIS, has control of a large swath of northeastern Syria and is creeping toward key cities in the country’s west, including Aleppo, a center of the uprising against Syrian President Bashar Assad.


At face value, it would seem as if US policy has failed utterly, if in fact its goal was to truly neutralize ISIS. But with ISIS a fictional creation led by non-existent leaders, and the stated goal of the US being the overthrow of the Syrian government, the doubling of territory held by Al Qaeda, and Al Qaeda’s approach to cities like Aleppo on the brink of being liberated by Syrian troops, it is clear that America’s presence in Syria – not to mention in neighboring Iraq – is to support, not stop these terrorist forces.


Recognizing the West’s role in Syria as unprecedented, deplorable, genocidal state-sponsorship of terrorism, and treating the terrorist fronts operating in and along Syria’s borders as a foreign incursion, may allow Syria and its allies to reveal current military operations as a massive counter-terrorism effort, not a “civil war,” and allowing for more open support for the government in Damascus to ensure this effort succeeds."


Tony Cartalucci, Bangkok-based geopolitical researcher and writer, especially for the online magazine“New Eastern Outlook”.
First appeared: US 8220 Fighting 8221 Terror Group with Fictional Leaders New Eastern Outlook
US “Fighting”Terror Group with Fictional Leaders
First appeared: US 8220 Fighting 8221 Terror Group with Fictional Leaders New Eastern Outlook

"This reality comes into sharper focus considering other recent reports that so-called “ISIS” territory has in fact, doubled in the wake of US airstrikes, not shrunk. Fox News reports in their article, “ISIS control of Syria reportedly expands since start of US-led airstrikes,” that:


The Islamic State terror group reportedly has increased the amount of territory they control in Syria as the U.S.-led bombing campaign approaches its four-month anniversary.


The Wall Street Journal, citing U.S. government and independent assessments, say that the Islamic State, commonly known as ISIS, has control of a large swath of northeastern Syria and is creeping toward key cities in the country’s west, including Aleppo, a center of the uprising against Syrian President Bashar Assad.


At face value, it would seem as if US policy has failed utterly, if in fact its goal was to truly neutralize ISIS. But with ISIS a fictional creation led by non-existent leaders, and the stated goal of the US being the overthrow of the Syrian government, the doubling of territory held by Al Qaeda, and Al Qaeda’s approach to cities like Aleppo on the brink of being liberated by Syrian troops, it is clear that America’s presence in Syria – not to mention in neighboring Iraq – is to support, not stop these terrorist forces.


Recognizing the West’s role in Syria as unprecedented, deplorable, genocidal state-sponsorship of terrorism, and treating the terrorist fronts operating in and along Syria’s borders as a foreign incursion, may allow Syria and its allies to reveal current military operations as a massive counter-terrorism effort, not a “civil war,” and allowing for more open support for the government in Damascus to ensure this effort succeeds."


Tony Cartalucci, Bangkok-based geopolitical researcher and writer, especially for the online magazine“New Eastern Outlook”.
First appeared: US 8220 Fighting 8221 Terror Group with Fictional Leaders New Eastern Outlook
Nothing is wrong with me, I'm just informed, why don't you try it.

What I am trying to do is inform you. Wow, even this morning National Propaganda Radio (NPR) admitted that ISIS is a creation of the Saudi's and their allies to try to destabilize the Syrians and the Iranians. What makes you think Globalist propaganda is at all reliable?

Why not question it as an effort to get the west more involved in an effort to meddle in affairs that are none of our business?
 

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