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PostPosted: Mon Nov 30, 2015 3:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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A question about an old oil pipeline that fed Israel from Northern Iraq where the Kurds live. How come the Israelis are still getting cheap oil, when the pipeline in question runs right through ISIL controlled territory.


Haifa *Haifa and Ashdod have oil refineries

The primary reasoning for assisting in Assad’s overthrow - Israel is the sole reason Syria is a killing field, and Israel has the US flying air cover.

"On a crisp September morning in 2015 a duo of F/A-18C Hornet from the aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush streaks over a lonely patch of desert in eastern Syria. The order is affirmative to drop 500 lb laser-guided bombs onto “targets” below in the wide open wilderness. As the planes veer off to return to the US carrier, two massive blasts erupt over nothing. For all anyone really knows, we could be bombing dust devils."


Israel is funding ISIL in part, via direct oil purchases from the world’s most feared terror group. In conjunction with the Kurds who are at war with ISIL as well, the funding US President Barack Obama says American strategies are supposed to be disrupting, may actually be being protected by US air presence.



The map you see above shows the Israel-Syria-Iraq region, and key pipelines traversing ISIL held territory in Northern Iraq. You will denote a red line shows the only “viable” oil flow possible from Kurdish held territory. Other pipelines, such as the southernmost line designated A34, these have been closed for some years now. The reader may check my facts by studying the latest Middle East pipeline data here. Washington and the Israelis are taking advantage of the people being uninformed when it comes to geography. Put simply ISIL controls key oil producing and transmission territory in Syria and Iraq. It’s territory the US Pentagon and Tel Aviv would prefer Russia’s jets were not flying missions over. First you need to understand “who” is “where”, and how Israel plays into this theory. The map below further illuminates the complex nature of ISIL and Kurdish oil production and transmission, as well as the reality of terror funding. Barack Obama claims the US is disrupting ISIL’s gun money, but these facts refute this notion.



Indeed, nobody cares where oil from this region goes, as long as the chaos against Assad is funded, and as long as every Israeli interest is served. This insightful article not only provides one of the maps above, but also the notion ISIL and the Kurds depend on one another for these oil flows. The fact both insurgencies depend on oil money is irrefutable. The only question remaining is whether or not ISIL allows Kurdish oil flows to pass. This Jerusalem Post article further validates Israel’s dependence on Kurdish oil flows, flows which must arrive via tanker. This is crucial to understanding how ISIL has to be playing a role. If any of the other pipelines were usable, if other foreign oil were being imported, then tankers from Turkey’s Ceyhan petroleum port would simply be out of the question. The second map I provided is one of hundreds anyone can find showing ISIL and Kurd strategic control, and the Turkey-Israel connective. We must assume ISIL is allowing this energy to flow, in full knowing, who is paying for it. So the question now arises, “who is really paying for the Syrian civil war?” You will only need one guess.

On US Air Cover

Israel wanted the Arab Spring, and with Barack Obama in the White House, there was no more opportune time to initiate a widespread Arabic paradigm. Gaddafi was overthrown, Egypt turned upside down, Tunisia was reworked, North Africa and the Middle East are now a stew pot overflowing, and Israel has had carte blanche permission to slaughter Palestinians on a biblical level. Russia is the new and improved enemy of freedom, Ukraine and refugees threaten to unravel Europe, and sitting quietly, peacefully innocent of all wrongdoing, tiny Israel watches and waits.

Over at US Central Command headquarters, daily reports of the “Syria” mission flow through the military news funnel. So called “declassified” evidence of air strikes are few and far between in the war on ISIL, but there is one showing a football stadium being utterly eliminated. The video suggest this stadium near Ramadi was an ISIL command and staging area. There are a few other declassified air strike videos, strikes of such precision one has to wonder why an oil pumping station or two could not be blown up?

This report from September 17th tells how massive US air power was leveled against ISIL. Unfortunately armored bull dozers and ISIL back hoe tractors seem pitiful targets compared to 3 foot thick terrorist oil pipelines! You read that correctly, the mighty US military is reporting blowing up farm equipment and fox holes in the middle of nowhere. This leads us to the conclusion that Barack Obama and Israel have good reason not to want Putin’s Migs nowhere near ISIL. Russian air power intent on destroying ISIL’s capacity to make war, would certainly succeed in days, not weeks. But Russian jets would not be under Central Command, Mr. Obama could not command them to strike football stadiums instead of oil distribution centers and pipelines.



What if US pilots are unwittingly flying air cover for ISIL oil production?

What if ISIL are just well paid (perhaps profit sharing) merc's?

What if Paris was a MOSSAD/CIA op to punish/send a message for not helping to keep Russia out of missions in Northern Syria? Suck NATO in? Maintain Muslim boogeyman status?

Vladimir Putin has been the only stumbling block to unlimited war by the US led coalition in Syria. Let’s face it, the only reason to shun Russian intervention, is secret skullduggery by the coalition. After over a year of bombing NOTHING critical to ISIL, Obama’s play becomes more transparent. Our forces may well be arrayed to fly air cover for anti-Assad elements like ISIL and the Kurds, and protection for dirt cheap Israeli energy. At least this represents a logical explanation for Syria’s ongoing plight.

Israel has opted for obtaining the cheapest energy solution possible, while at the same time funding ANYONE who is against Syria’s Assad. From a Tel Aviv perspective, the idea makes sense in all honesty. With Assad gone, and with US duplicity in these matters, Israel would become the ultimate powerhouse of stability in this region. Her enemies dispersed like wandering nomads, the Jewish state could go ahead and eradicate the Palestinians, expand her territories uninhibited, rape the huge deposit of Golan oil and dictate policy for the whole region. That is, with Washington’s say so.

The United Nations would have a very difficult time in public, condoning Israeli oil purchases from the very people beheading Christians and Muslims in the deserts. The New York Times tried to slide this in there. Blaming Turkey for an Iraqi oil flow is absurd.

Pipeline - Israel

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 01, 2015 5:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

What?
Former Deputy Director of the CIA Michael Morell told PBS, "Prior to Paris, there seemed to be a judgment that ... look, we don't want to destroy these oil tankers because that's infrastructure that's going to be necessary to support the people when ISIS isn't there anymore, and it's going to create environmental damage. And we didn't go after oil wells — actually hitting oil wells that ISIS controls because we didn't want to do environmental damage and we didn't want to destroy that infrastructure, right." Watch - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgMgjPzXqg4

Why hasn’t the U.S. bombed the oil wells that ISIS controls into oblivion by now? Would you believe that it is because the Obama administration “didn’t want to do environmental damage”? Former Deputy Director of the CIA Michael Morell has publicly admitted that we have purposely avoided damaging the main source of income for ISIS, and his explanation for why we were doing this is utterly bizarre. But at this point what could the Obama administration say that would actually make sense? Everyone now knows that ISIS has been making hundreds of millions of dollars selling oil in Turkey, and that this has been done with the full knowledge and complicity of the Obama White House. This is potentially the biggest scandal of the entire Obama presidency, and yet so far the Republicans have not jumped on it.

The Bizarre Explanation For Why The U.S. Has Avoided Bombing ISIS Oil Wells

http://theeconomiccollapseblog.com/archives/the-bizarre-explanation-for-why-the-u-s-has-avoided-bombing-isis-oil-wells

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Quote:
A question about an old oil pipeline that fed Israel from Northern Iraq where the Kurds live. How come the Israelis are still getting cheap oil, when the pipeline in question runs right through ISIL controlled territory.


Haifa *Haifa and Ashdod have oil refineries

The primary reasoning for assisting in Assad’s overthrow - Israel is the sole reason Syria is a killing field, and Israel has the US flying air cover.

"On a crisp September morning in 2015 a duo of F/A-18C Hornet from the aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush streaks over a lonely patch of desert in eastern Syria. The order is affirmative to drop 500 lb laser-guided bombs onto “targets” below in the wide open wilderness. As the planes veer off to return to the US carrier, two massive blasts erupt over nothing. For all anyone really knows, we could be bombing dust devils."


Israel is funding ISIL in part, via direct oil purchases from the world’s most feared terror group. In conjunction with the Kurds who are at war with ISIL as well, the funding US President Barack Obama says American strategies are supposed to be disrupting, may actually be being protected by US air presence.



The map you see above shows the Israel-Syria-Iraq region, and key pipelines traversing ISIL held territory in Northern Iraq. You will denote a red line shows the only “viable” oil flow possible from Kurdish held territory. Other pipelines, such as the southernmost line designated A34, these have been closed for some years now. The reader may check my facts by studying the latest Middle East pipeline data here. Washington and the Israelis are taking advantage of the people being uninformed when it comes to geography. Put simply ISIL controls key oil producing and transmission territory in Syria and Iraq. It’s territory the US Pentagon and Tel Aviv would prefer Russia’s jets were not flying missions over. First you need to understand “who” is “where”, and how Israel plays into this theory. The map below further illuminates the complex nature of ISIL and Kurdish oil production and transmission, as well as the reality of terror funding. Barack Obama claims the US is disrupting ISIL’s gun money, but these facts refute this notion.



Indeed, nobody cares where oil from this region goes, as long as the chaos against Assad is funded, and as long as every Israeli interest is served. This insightful article not only provides one of the maps above, but also the notion ISIL and the Kurds depend on one another for these oil flows. The fact both insurgencies depend on oil money is irrefutable. The only question remaining is whether or not ISIL allows Kurdish oil flows to pass. This Jerusalem Post article further validates Israel’s dependence on Kurdish oil flows, flows which must arrive via tanker. This is crucial to understanding how ISIL has to be playing a role. If any of the other pipelines were usable, if other foreign oil were being imported, then tankers from Turkey’s Ceyhan petroleum port would simply be out of the question. The second map I provided is one of hundreds anyone can find showing ISIL and Kurd strategic control, and the Turkey-Israel connective. We must assume ISIL is allowing this energy to flow, in full knowing, who is paying for it. So the question now arises, “who is really paying for the Syrian civil war?” You will only need one guess.

On US Air Cover

Israel wanted the Arab Spring, and with Barack Obama in the White House, there was no more opportune time to initiate a widespread Arabic paradigm. Gaddafi was overthrown, Egypt turned upside down, Tunisia was reworked, North Africa and the Middle East are now a stew pot overflowing, and Israel has had carte blanche permission to slaughter Palestinians on a biblical level. Russia is the new and improved enemy of freedom, Ukraine and refugees threaten to unravel Europe, and sitting quietly, peacefully innocent of all wrongdoing, tiny Israel watches and waits.

Over at US Central Command headquarters, daily reports of the “Syria” mission flow through the military news funnel. So called “declassified” evidence of air strikes are few and far between in the war on ISIL, but there is one showing a football stadium being utterly eliminated. The video suggest this stadium near Ramadi was an ISIL command and staging area. There are a few other declassified air strike videos, strikes of such precision one has to wonder why an oil pumping station or two could not be blown up?

This report from September 17th tells how massive US air power was leveled against ISIL. Unfortunately armored bull dozers and ISIL back hoe tractors seem pitiful targets compared to 3 foot thick terrorist oil pipelines! You read that correctly, the mighty US military is reporting blowing up farm equipment and fox holes in the middle of nowhere. This leads us to the conclusion that Barack Obama and Israel have good reason not to want Putin’s Migs nowhere near ISIL. Russian air power intent on destroying ISIL’s capacity to make war, would certainly succeed in days, not weeks. But Russian jets would not be under Central Command, Mr. Obama could not command them to strike football stadiums instead of oil distribution centers and pipelines.



What if US pilots are unwittingly flying air cover for ISIL oil production?

What if ISIL are just well paid (perhaps profit sharing) merc's?

What if Paris was a MOSSAD/CIA op to punish/send a message for not helping to keep Russia out of missions in Northern Syria? Suck NATO in? Maintain Muslim boogeyman status?

Vladimir Putin has been the only stumbling block to unlimited war by the US led coalition in Syria. Let’s face it, the only reason to shun Russian intervention, is secret skullduggery by the coalition. After over a year of bombing NOTHING critical to ISIL, Obama’s play becomes more transparent. Our forces may well be arrayed to fly air cover for anti-Assad elements like ISIL and the Kurds, and protection for dirt cheap Israeli energy. At least this represents a logical explanation for Syria’s ongoing plight.

Israel has opted for obtaining the cheapest energy solution possible, while at the same time funding ANYONE who is against Syria’s Assad. From a Tel Aviv perspective, the idea makes sense in all honesty. With Assad gone, and with US duplicity in these matters, Israel would become the ultimate powerhouse of stability in this region. Her enemies dispersed like wandering nomads, the Jewish state could go ahead and eradicate the Palestinians, expand her territories uninhibited, rape the huge deposit of Golan oil and dictate policy for the whole region. That is, with Washington’s say so.

The United Nations would have a very difficult time in public, condoning Israeli oil purchases from the very people beheading Christians and Muslims in the deserts. The New York Times tried to slide this in there. Blaming Turkey for an Iraqi oil flow is absurd.

Pipeline - Israel

A22 ----Tipline ----Ashkelon ----Haifa




More: http://breakfornews.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=84507#84507

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 03, 2015 9:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Looks like Erdogan is toast going by Putin's address to the Russian Federal Assembly.

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....Our actions will always be guided primarily by responsibility – to ourselves, to our country, to our people. We are not going to rattle the sabre. But, if someone thinks they can commit a heinous war crime, kill our people and get away with it, suffering nothing but a ban on tomato imports, or a few restrictions in construction or other industries, they’re delusional. We’ll remind them of what they did, more than once. They’ll regret it. We know what to do.


How was this able to appear in various U.S. media last night?

https://video.twimg.com/ext_tw_video/672314520455397377/pu/vid/480x360/ZbFrWnMdCs9Z_YYB.mp4

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http://www.moonofalabama.org/2015/12/putin-announces-war-on-tayyeep-bin-ardogan-over-fighter-shoot-down-and-bosphorus-blockade.html#more

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 10, 2015 8:08 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

William Engdahl's view on the role of the Saudis in the Iraq-Syria war theater and the real reason they're supporting ISIS; oil.

http://journal-neo.org/2015/12/08/what-stinks-in-saudi-aint-the-camel-dung/

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What Stinks in Saudi Ain’t the Camel Dung

In recent weeks one nation after another is falling over themselves, literally, to join the turkey shoot known, erroneously, as the war in Syria, ostensibly against the Islamic State or Daesh. The most wanted but most feared question is where will this war frenzy lead, and how can it be stopped short of dragging the entire planet into a world war of destruction?

On September 30, responding to a formal invitation or plea from the duly-elected President of the Syrian Arab Republic, the Russian Federation began what was an initially highly effective bombing campaign in support of the Syrian Government Army.

On 13 November following the terror attacks claimed by ISIS in Paris, the French President proclaimed France was “at war” and immediately sent her one and only aircraft carrier, the Charles de Gaulle, to Syria to join the battle. Then on December 4, the German Parliament approved sending 1,200 German soldiers and six Tornado jets to “help” France. Reports out of Germany say the Germans will not work with Russia or the Assad regime, but with CentCom command in Florida and coalition headquarters, not in Damascus, but in Kuwait. The same week the UK Parliament approved sending British planes and forces to “fight ISIS” in Syria. Again we can be sure it’s not to help Russia’s cause in cooperation with the Syrian Army of Assad to restore sovereignty to Syria.

Then Turkey’s hot-head President Recep Erdoğan, fresh from his criminal, premeditated downing of the Russian SU-24 in Syria, orders Turkish tanks into the oil-rich Mosul region of Iraq against the vehement protests of the Iraqi government. And added to this chaos, the United States claims that its planes have been surgically bombing ISIS sites for more than a year, yet the result has been only to expand the territories controlled by ISIS and other terror groups.

If we take a minute to step back and reflect, we can readily realize the world is literally going berzerk, with Syria as merely the ignition to a far uglier situation which has the potential to destroy our lovely, peaceful planet.

Something major missing

In recent weeks I have been increasingly unsatisfied by the general explanations about who is actually pulling the strings in the entire Middle East plot or, more precisely, plots, to the point of reexamining my earlier views on the role of Saudi Arabia. Since the June, 2015 surprise meeting in St Petersburg between Russian President Putin and Saudi Defense Minister Prince Salman, the Saudi monarchy gave a carefully cultivated impression of rapprochement with former arch-enemy Russia, even discussing purchase of up to $10 billion in Russian military equipment and nuclear plants, and possible “face time” for Putin with the Saudi King Salman.

The long procession of Arab leaders going to Moscow and Sochi in recent months to meet President Putin gave the impression of a modern version of the walk to Canossa in1077 of Holy Roman Emperor Henry IV to Pope Gregory VII at Canossa Castle, to beg revocation of Henry’s ex-communication. This time it looked like it was the Gulf Arab monarchs in the role of Henry IV, and Vladimir Putin in the role of the Pope. Or so it seemed. I at least believed that at the time. Like many global political events, that, too, was soaked in deception and lies.

What is now emerging, especially clear since the Turkish deliberate ambush of the Russian SU-24 jet inside Syrian airspace, is that Russia is not fighting a war against merely ISIS terrorists, nor against the ISIS backers in Turkey. Russia is taking on, perhaps unknowingly, a vastly more dangerous plot. Behind that plot is the hidden role of Saudi Arabia and its new monarch, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, together with his son, the Defense Minister, Prince Salman.

Saudi ‘impulsive intervention policy’

German media has widely reported a leaked German BND intelligence estimate. The BND is Germany’s version of the CIA. The BND report, among other things, concentrates on the rising role of the King’s son, 30-year-old Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Referring to the child prince’s important role the BND states, “The current cautious diplomatic stance of senior members of the Saudi royal family will be replaced by an impulsive intervention policy.”

Prince Salman is Defense Minister and led the Kingdom, beginning last March, into a mad war, code-named by Salman as “Operation Decisive Storm,” in neighboring Yemen. Saudis headed a coalition of Arab states that includes Egypt, Morocco, Jordan, Sudan, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Qatar and Bahrain. The Prince is also head of the Saudi Economic Council which he created.

The new King, Salman, is not the benign sweet guy his PR staff try to paint him.

As my soon-to-be-released book, The Lost Hegemon: Whom the gods would destroy, documents in detail, ever since CIA Cairo Station Chief Miles Copeland organized the transfer of the Muslim Brotherhood, banned in Egypt for an alleged assassination attempt against Nasser, to Saudi Arabia in the early 1950’s, there has existed a perverse marriage of the Saudi monarchy and radical “Islamic” terrorist organizations. As described by John Loftus, a former US Justice Department official, by the joining of Egypt’s Muslim Brothers and Saudi strict Islam, “they combined the doctrines of Nazism with this weird Islamic cult, Wahhabism.”

Allen Dulles’ CIA secretly persuaded the Saudi monarchy in 1954 to help rebuild the banned Muslim Brotherhood, thereby creating a fusion of the Brotherhood with Saudi ultra-fundamentalist Wahhabi Islam and, of course, backed by the vast Saudi oil riches. The CIA planned to use the Saudi Muslim Brothers to wield a weapon across the entire Muslim world against feared Soviet incursions. A fanatical young terrorist named Osama bin Laden was later to arise out of this marriage in Hell between the Brotherhood and Wahhabite Saudi Islam.

King Salman was in the middle of creating Osama bin Laden’s Al Qaeda as it was later dubbed in the media. His involvement goes back to the late 1970’s when he, as Governor of Riyadh, was named head of major conservative Saudi charities later discovered financing Al Qaeda in Afghanistan and Bosnia. Salman worked intimately as the financial funding conduit for what became Al Qaeda together with bin Laden’s Saudi intelligence “handler,” then-head of Saudi Intelligence, Prince Turki Al-Faisal and the Saudi-financed Muslim World League.

King Salman in those days headed the Saudi High Commission for Relief to Bosnia-Herzegovina, a key front for al-Qaeda in the Balkans in the 1990s. According to a United Nations investigation, Salman in the 1990s transferred more than $120 million from commission accounts under his control — as well as his own personal accounts — to the Third World Relief Agency, an al-Qaida front and the main pipeline for illegal weapons shipments to al-Qaida fighters in the Balkans. Osama bin Laden was directly involved in those operations of Salman.

During the US invasion of Iraq in 2003-4, Al Qaeda entered that country, headed by Moroccan-born terrorist Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, who had pledged allegiance to bin Laden’s Al Qaeda, creating Al Qaeda in Iraq, later calling itself the Islamic State in Iraq, the Saudi-financed forerunner of ISIS. A declassified Pentagon DIA document shows that in August 2012, the DIA knew that the US-backed Syrian insurgency was dominated by Islamist militant groups including “the Salafists, the Muslim Brotherhood and al-Qaeda in Iraq.” According to author Gerald Posner, Salman’s son, Ahmed bin Salman, who died in 2002, also had ties to al-Qaida.

A Saudi Oil Imperium

If we look at the emergence of Al Qaeda in Iraq and its transformation into the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), it all traces back to the Saudi operations going back to the late 1970’s involving now-King Salman, Saudi Osama bin Laden, together with Saudi intelligence head, Prince Turki Al-Faisal.

Washington and the CIA worked intimately with this Saudi network, bringing bin Laden and other key Saudis into Pakistan to train with the Pakistani ISI intelligence, creating what became the Afghan Mujahideen. The Mujahideen were created by Saudi, Pakistani and US intelligence to defeat the Soviet Red Army in the 1980’s Afghanistan war, the CIA’s “Operation Cyclone.” Cyclone was Zbigniew Brzezinski’s plan to lure Moscow into an Afghan “Bear Trap” and give the Soviet Union what he called their “Vietnam.”

The so-called ISIS today in Iraq and Syria, as well as the Al Qaeda Al-Nusra Front in Syria and various other Jihad terror splinter gangs under attack from Russia and the Damascus government of Assad, all have their origins in Saudi Arabia and the activities of King Salman.

Has the King undergone a Saul-to-Paul conversion to a pacific world view since becoming King, and his son, Prince Salman as well? Despite signals in recent months that the Saudis have ceased financing the anti-Assad terror organizations in Syria, the reality is the opposite.

The Saudis Behind Erdoğan

Much attention of late is given, understandably, to the Turkish dictatorship of the thug, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. This is especially so since his Air Force deliberately shot down the Russian SU-24 jet over Syrian territory, an act of war. What few look at are the ties of Erdoğan and his AKP to the Saudi monarchy.

According to a well-informed Turkish political source I spoke with in 2014, who had been involved in attempts to broker a peace between Assad and Erdoğan, Erdoğan’s first Presidential election campaign in August 2014 was “greased” by a gift of $ 10 billion from the Saudis. After his victory in buying the presidential election, Erdoğan and his hand-picked Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu opened the doors wide to establish secret training centers for what was to be called ISIS. Under supervision of Hakan Fidan, Erdoğan’s hand-picked head of the Secret Services (MIT), Turkey organized camps for training ISIS and other terrorists in Turkey and also to provide their supplies in Syria. The financing for the Turkish ISIS operation was arranged apparently by a close personal friend of Erdoğan named Yasin al-Qadi, a Saudi banker close to the Saudi Royal House, member of the Muslim Brotherhood, financier of Osama Bin Laden and Al Qaeda since Afghanistan in the 1980’s. x

Erdoğan’s US-sanctioned and Saudi-financed terrorist training camps have brought an estimated 200,000 mercenary terrorists from all over the world, transited by Turkey in order to wage “jihad” in Syria.

But that jihad, it is now clear, is not about Allah but about Moola—money. The Saudi monarchy is determined to control the oil fields of Iraq and of Syria using ISIS to do it. They clearly want to control the entire world oil market, first bankrupting the recent challenge from US shale oil producers, then by controlling through Turkey the oil flows of Iraq and Syria.

Saudi TOW missiles to ISIS

In May 2014, the MIT transferred to ISIS terrorists in Syria, by special train, a quantity of heavy weapons and new Toyota pick-ups offered by Saudi Arabia.

Now a detailed investigation of the Turkish shoot down of the Russian SU-24 jet reveals that the Turkish F-16 jet that shot down the jet was supported by two AWACS reconnaissance planes that enabled the Turkish F-16 exact hit, a very difficult if not impossible feat against a jet as agile as the SU-24. One of the AWACS planes was a Boeing AWACS E-3A of the Saudi Arabian air force which took off from the Riyadh, Saudi Arabia airbase.

Then, as a Russian rescue helicopter rushed to the scene of the SU-24 crash, Saudi TOW anti-aircraft missiles shot the Russian helicopter down. The Saudis had sent 500 of the highly-effective TOW missiles to anti-Assad terror groups in Syria on October 9.

What we have, then, is not an isolated Russian war against ISIS in Syria. What lies behind ISIS is not just Erdoğan’s criminal regime, but far more significant, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and her Wahhabite allies Kuwait, UAE, Qatar.

In the true sense, ISIS is simply a “Saudi army in disguise.”

If we strip away the phony religious cover, what emerges is a Saudi move to grab some of the world’s largest oil reserves, those of the Sunni parts of Iraq, and of Syria, using the criminal Turkish regime in the role of thug to do the rough work, like a bouncer in a brothel. If Moscow is not conscious of this larger dimension, she runs the risk of getting caught in a deadly “bear trap” which will more and more remind them of Afghanistan in the 1980’s.

What stinks in Saudi Arabia ain’t the camel dung. It’s the monarchy of King Salman and his hot-headed son, Prince Salman. For decades they have financed terrorism under a fake religious disguise, to advance their private plutocratic agenda. It has nothing to do with religion and everything to do with money and oil. A look at the ISIS map from Iraq to Syria shows that they precisely targeted the oil riches of those two sovereign states. Saudi control of that oil wealth via their ISIS agents, along with her clear plan to take out the US shale oil competition, or so Riyadh reckons, would make the Saudi monarchy a vastly richer state, one, perhaps because of that money, finally respected by white western rich men and their society. That is clearly bovine thinking.

Don’t bet on that Salman.

F. William Engdahl is strategic risk consultant and lecturer, he holds a degree in politics from Princeton University and is a best-selling author on oil and geopolitics, exclusively for the online magazine “New Eastern Outlook”.
First appeared: http://journal-neo.org/2015/12/08/what-stinks-in-saudi-aint-the-camel-dung/

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 14, 2015 1:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think the Saudi royals days are numbered - they are the authors of their own demise.

See: Germany Will No Longer 'Turn a Blind Eye' to Saudi Arabia's Actions

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See: A Shocking List of Anti-Muslim Bigotry and Hate Crimes Since the Paris Attacks One Month Ago with links http://www.alternet.org/news-amp-politics/shocking-list-anti-muslim-bigotry-and-hate-crimes-paris-attacks-one-month-ago

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10 Things More Likely to Kill You
than Islamic Terror

Carey Wedler | December 11, 2015 | AntiMedia

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Guided by talking heads, American armchair warriors spout vitriol, increasingly calling to either treat Muslims like Jews in the Third Reich or simply bomb them into oblivion — and their cognitive dissonance is glaring. These contradictions are evident not least in the paralyzing fear so many ‘Mericans feel toward Muslims who courageously call for soldiers to do their bidding in the Middle East. Their crippling fear of Islamic terror, itself, is cloaked in contradiction.

According to an analysis by the New America Foundation, Islamic terror attacks in the United States have led to the deaths of 45 people since 9/11. While 45 deaths is 45 too many, the dizzying fear of Islamic extremism currently sweeping the nation is objectively overblown.

Considering Islamic terror killing an average of 3.2 Americans per year (45 deaths divided by 14 years) since late 2001, here are ten causes of death more worthy of their fear:

1. Television:
TV might be linked to earlier deaths among those who watch more than a few hours a day, but more concretely, the devices themselves kill 176 people a year. Literally. They fall on people. That’s 55 times more deaths than Islamic terror claims annually.

2. Fireworks:
According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, celebrating the 4th of July might be more deadly than Islamic terror attacks. The organization reports an average of 7.1 deaths per year — meaning Americans are more likely to blow themselves up than be eviscerated by the jihadist bombers they so fear.

3. Cows: Yes, cows. According to the CDC, cattle slay an average of 20 Americans every year. While these deaths occur mostly among farm workers, dogs kill 28 Americans per year, spiders kill seven, and venomous lizards and snakes kill six. All of these animals are still more likely to kill an American than the caliphate and other Islamic boogeymen.

4. Elevators: While the fear of dying as a result of an elevator malfunction has probably plagued many Americans at one time or another, such a worry is likely fleeting. However, if Americans are truly concerned with “common sense,” a virtue Donald Trump frequently touts, they would do well to readjust their phobias. Elevators kill 27 Americans per year, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and the Consumer Product Safety Commission.

5. Choking: Americans will sooner perish from choking on food or other objects than from an Islamic terror attack. At least 2,500 people per year are killed by this type of asphyxiation — 781 times more than from a jihadi assault. Hot dogs are particularly menacing. Perhaps we should ban them in the same vein as Trump’s proposed ban on Muslims. Then again, killing fewer cows to grind up for beef dogs might lead to an uptick in cattle-on-human violence. America is at a perilous crossroads.

6. Lightning: People often quip that one is “more likely to be struck by lightning” when they want to highlight an event’s improbability. However, even as the number of deaths from lightning decreases over the long-term, it is still higher than the number of people killed by Muslim terror attacks each year. Forty-nine people per year die from being struck by lightning — more than 15 times the rate of death from Islamic extremist murders.

7. Car accidents: Though most Americans are aware of the high risk of death by car accident, this knowledge doesn’t mitigate their extreme Islamophobia. The Association for Safe International Road Travel estimates about 37,000 Americans die each year in vehicular accidents, over 11,562 times the number killed by Muslim fanatics.

8. Heart Attacks: Heart attacks are one of America’s leading killers, claiming 190,625 times more American lives than Islamic terror. 610,000 Americans die from heart attacks per year. Cancer kills 589,430 Americans annually, and diabetes is the main cause of death for 69,071 Americans per year. They are responsible for astronomically more fatalities than radical Islamic terror.

9. Police: According to a three-year average of American police killings logged by killedbypolice.net — a more comprehensive database than the federal government’s — police killed 998 people on average per year from 2013-2015. That’s roughly 312 times the average annual number of people killed by Islamic extremists since 9/11. The average number of people killed by Islamic terrorism in the last three years is 7.7 — including the recent shooting in San Bernardino — and by that parallel measure, police are still about 130 times deadlier than terrorists.

10. Prescription Painkillers: The CDC estimates that 44 people die per day from overdosing on pharmaceutical painkillers. Never mind that that number is almost 14 times the number of Americans killed by Islamic terrorism each year. Based on the CDC’s figure, about 16,060 Americans die annually from painkillers — making the Big-Pharma money-makers 5,019 times more deadly than the Islamic terror that has Americans trembling whilst hiding under their blankies.

Other notable risks of death greater than an Islamic terror attack include scalding tap water, which kills 100 American per year; bad medical care, estimated to be responsible for at least 100,000 deaths in the U.S. annually; and hypothermia, which kills 1,340 Americans per year. Oh, and don’t forget Christmas trees. Fires caused by Christmas trees kill roughly ten people every year. Are Christmas trees conspiring with their lights to traitorously wage war on Christians via suicidal self-combustion?

While the Washington Post (mouthpiece for the intelligence creeps) has previously cautioned against making comparisons between events that inherently cause death (for example, a terror attack) and events that may cause death (like driving a car or riding in an elevator), it remains that being caught in the throes of a terror attack is just as coincidental a fate as choking — or rather, less coincidental, based on the data. One could die from a terror attack at an office building, but they could also die from an elevator accident in the same location.

Either way, many of the most pervasive forms of death — like heart attacks, cancer, and painkiller overdoses — are preventable, at least in part, through lifestyle choices. If Americans were as passionate about ending these killers as they are about battling ostensible Islamic terror, millions of lives might be saved.

If Americans’ fear of death were rooted in data and objectivity, they might drop their calls to ban Muslims. The recent rash of attacks against peaceful Muslims might wane. Eighty-three percent of registered voters might not fear an inevitable terror attack. A majority of Americans might not call for further military escapades in the Middle East, which will most assuredly kill countless innocent civilians — all so the ‘free and the brave’ can do their Christmas shopping sans an irrational fear of being blown up at the mall (though previous invasions have done little to quell that panic).

Rather, Americans might consider changing many elements of their everyday lives. They might alter their diets to reduce heart attacks, tackle their addictions to pharmaceuticals, perhaps remove their televisions from their homes...

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Sp, crimes are crimes no matter who perpetrates them, but I could send you a shocking list of crimes perpetrated against non believers by muslims in Europe.

Even more shocking than the polls in Europe are the polls in America indicating over half of them support violence on American soil. As I have said before the TPTB have positioned all of these pieces to explode in an inferno of rage.

Who will set it off? who knows, if we are lucky this tit for tat dies down, if not, then horrendous ills will be inflicted on European whites and muslims (of any race and of course it is always the innocent who get caught up.

It is not Islamic terrorism that will be the problem, this I agree with. You do not have to be someone who supports the use of terror to believe in the virtues of Sharia Law. However let's look at 4 fundamental changes which are guaranteed to fuck up Europe and by design

1) Booting native Swedes and Germans out of their social housing to make way for refugees aka ethnic cleansing.
2) Massive enclaves of muslims have appeared which effectively means that the schools are now muslim, their peers are muslim and so their de-facto culture is Islamic. These areas have become no go areas for both the police and medical services in Sweden. 59 no go zones is absolutely horrifying.
3) Swedes have been told that they must re-adapt to the new culture, what the fuck does that mean? it is an affront to liberal values.
4) Big rises in crime will be blamed on the new arrivals (whether reality or not).
5) A large percentage of muslims throughout the world support Sharia Law, despite the fact that it is not peaceful, it is barbaric, it is, a return to the dark ages. So, when people see that, they react, that reaction becomes stronger when people see thousands of muslims marching through a city is something akin to a war cry than a peaceful march.
6) The recognition of point 5 is increasingly being seen as "hateful" by morally bankrupt, intellectually bankrupt so called leftists, but it is these same mind controlled idiots who, if the message changes, will turn on muslims at the drop of a hat.

This is truly going to be ugly, it may not be a year from now, it may not be 5 years from now, but the danger is ever so clear and present.

As for Syria, I am truly shocked at the scale of the forces there, all sharia law groups hiring monstrous mercenaries and seeing waves of volunteers join their ranks.

It aint just isis or Al Nusra, it is Aharar Al Sham, it is the Islamic Front it is the Fraudulent Sadistic Army. It is also apparent that within their ranks are trained, highly trained professional mercenaries and former and not former special forces from different NATO countries too. There is no other way that they could make such horrendous inroads.
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I hear you and agree Stillsearching....... Crime is everywhere and perpetrated by all types - M/F, all colours, all religions etc....

I was just trying to make a point about the inflated fear level program the MSM has going. We have 25 000 Syrians coming to Canada in the next 4 months. I know the numbers are not huge compared to European countries. I have always wondered why we never heard/had a full on effort/media blitzed campaign to import Iraqi refugees or Afghani refugees when the US/Britain/NATO were turning their societies to dust.

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Hackers trace ISIS Twitter accounts back to internet addresses linked to Department of Work and Pensions
Jasper Hamill | 15 Dec 2015 | Mirror


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Teenage computer experts unveil astonishing web of unpublicised interactions linking extremist social media mouthpieces to the British government Hackers have claimed that a number of Islamic State supporters' social media accounts are being run from internet addresses linked to the Department of Work and Pensions.

A group of four young computer experts who call themselves VandaSec have unearthed evidence indicating that at least three ISIS-supporting accounts can be traced back to the DWP's London offices.

Every computer and mobile phone logs onto the internet using an IP address, which is a type of identification number.

The hacking collective showed Mirror Online details of the IP addresses used by a trio of separate digital jihadis to access Twitter accounts, which were then used to carry out online recruitment and propaganda campaigns.

At first glance, the IP addresses seem to be based in Saudi Arabia, but upon further inspection using specialist tools they appeared to link back to the DWP.

"Don't you think that's strange?" one of the hackers asked Mirror Online. "We traced these accounts back to London, the home of the British intelligence services."

VandaSec's work has sparked wild rumours suggesting someone inside the DWP is running ISIS-supporting accounts, or they were created by intelligence services as a honeypot to trap wannabe jihadis.

However, when Mirror Online traced the IP addresses obtained by VandaSec, we found they actually pointed to a series of unpublicised transactions between Britain and Saudi Arabia.


Comment: Always make sure to keep your terror-related doings one step removed! Saudi Arabia has always been the convenient middleman.

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We learned that the British government sold on a large number of IP addresses to two Saudi Arabian firms.

After the sale completed in October of this year, they were used by extremists to spread their message of hate.

Jamie Turner, an expert from a firm called PCA Predict, discovered a record of the sale of IP addresses, and found a large number were transferred to Saudi Arabia in October of this year.

He told us it was likely the IP addresses could still be traced back to the DWP because records of the addresses had not yet been fully updated.

The Cabinet Office has now admitted to selling the IP addresses on to Saudi Telecom and the Saudi-based Mobile Telecommunications Company earlier this year as part of a wider drive to get rid of a large number of the DWP's IP addresses.

It said the British government can have no control over how these addresses are used after the sale.

A Cabinet Office spokesperson said: "The government owns millions of unused IP addresses which we are selling to get a good return for hardworking taxpayers.

"We have sold a number of these addresses to telecoms companies both in the UK and internationally to allow their customers to connect to the internet.

"We think carefully about which companies we sell addresses to, but how their customers use this internet connection is beyond our control."

The government did not reveal how much money was made from selling the IP addresses to the pair of Saudi firms, because it regards this information as commercially sensitive.


Comment: One of these days, the ISIS masterminds (i.e. Western intel agencies) aren't going to have a ready-made excuse ready when their antics are exposed. The excuses are getting boring. Toyota trucks? Accident. TOW missiles? Accident. Air-dropped supplies from the U.S.? Accident. U.S. trainees 'defecting' to ISIS? Accident. Leaflet warnings before aerial bombing? Concern for the environment. (This is the most laughable of them all)

We have to ask the legitimate question: if the plan was to destroy IS, why didn't the US just bomb the supply route instead of leading operations inside Syria? (because it was, de facto, never the plan to destroy IS.) Especially if (a), these attacks were considered to be less dangerous and (b), logistics for the attacks were right there in the area (Turkish airbase).

Asking the more obvious questions would be enough to place a crown on the lying politics of the West:

-- Why weren't these convoys stopped while they were still in Turkish territory?
-- Why wasn't the driver arrested and detained in Turkey, and "the sources for these supplies" traced back to their origins?

In summing it all up, it also becomes evident that the Syrian "civil war" never really was one. Rather, the terrorists were supported by the West from the very beginning, for the purpose of overthrowing Assad's government. When faced with a terrorist defeat, the sponsors will throw all their political weight behind the terrorists, no matter what it costs.

Ultimately, this is proof that the hegemonic ambitions of the US / the West in this region were the reason behind the creation of IS.

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Terrorizing Syria: Coordinated triple car-bomb attack in recently liberated Homs
Dec 28, 2015 | Reuters


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With a number of such attacks occurring in regions of Syria recently liberated from the terrorists, it looks like the regime changers are reverting to the tactics used in the first stage of 'Operation Regime Change Syria', when 'classic' terror attacks were carried out with car bombs and other pre-planted explosives.

Observe as the Western media goes completely AWOL with respect to explaining why a 'popular rebel movement' feels the need to deliberately target its supposed supporters.

By the way, no 'suicide bombers' are used in such attacks. It's fairly clear that sophisticated, coordinated car-bombs and/or pre-placed bombs went off. In general, there is no such thing as 'Muslim suicide bombers', which is Western intel BS to slur Muslims and cover their own tracks.


See: Images of Damaged Buildings Throughout Syria

See: Here Are the Ancient Sites US/UK/Israel/NATO/Saudi Arabia Have Damaged and Destroyed

See: A bird's-eye view of war-torn Syria (Satellite record of the earth rape peep show courtesy of the CIA mouthpiece Wash/Post)
*Remember to substitute US/UK/Israel/NATO/Saudi Arabia for ISIL as being responsible for all of this destruction in the text accompanying the images.

See: US/UK/Israel/NATO/Saudi Arabia Destroyed Syria’s Oil Infrastructure Under Guise of Fighting ISIS



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What?
Former Deputy Director of the CIA Michael Morell told PBS, "Prior to Paris, there seemed to be a judgment that ... look, we don't want to destroy these oil tankers because that's infrastructure that's going to be necessary to support the people when ISIS isn't there anymore, and it's going to create environmental damage. And we didn't go after oil wells — actually hitting oil wells that ISIS controls because we didn't want to do environmental damage and we didn't want to destroy that infrastructure, right." Watch - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgMgjPzXqg4

Why hasn’t the U.S. bombed the oil wells that ISIS controls into oblivion by now? Would you believe that it is because the Obama administration “didn’t want to do environmental damage”? Former Deputy Director of the CIA Michael Morell has publicly admitted that we have purposely avoided damaging the main source of income for ISIS, and his explanation for why we were doing this is utterly bizarre. But at this point what could the Obama administration say that would actually make sense? Everyone now knows that ISIS has been making hundreds of millions of dollars selling oil in Turkey, and that this has been done with the full knowledge and complicity of the Obama White House. This is potentially the biggest scandal of the entire Obama presidency, and yet so far the Republicans have not jumped on it.

The Bizarre Explanation For Why The U.S. Has Avoided Bombing ISIS Oil Wells

http://theeconomiccollapseblog.com/archives/the-bizarre-explanation-for-why-the-u-s-has-avoided-bombing-isis-oil-wells

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A question about an old oil pipeline that fed Israel from Northern Iraq where the Kurds live. How come the Israelis are still getting cheap oil, when the pipeline in question runs right through ISIL controlled territory.


Haifa *Haifa and Ashdod have oil refineries

The primary reasoning for assisting in Assad’s overthrow - Israel is the sole reason Syria is a killing field, and Israel has the US flying air cover.

"On a crisp September morning in 2015 a duo of F/A-18C Hornet from the aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush streaks over a lonely patch of desert in eastern Syria. The order is affirmative to drop 500 lb laser-guided bombs onto “targets” below in the wide open wilderness. As the planes veer off to return to the US carrier, two massive blasts erupt over nothing. For all anyone really knows, we could be bombing dust devils."


Israel is funding ISIL in part, via direct oil purchases from the world’s most feared terror group. In conjunction with the Kurds who are at war with ISIL as well, the funding US President Barack Obama says American strategies are supposed to be disrupting, may actually be being protected by US air presence.



The map you see above shows the Israel-Syria-Iraq region, and key pipelines traversing ISIL held territory in Northern Iraq. You will denote a red line shows the only “viable” oil flow possible from Kurdish held territory. Other pipelines, such as the southernmost line designated A34, these have been closed for some years now. The reader may check my facts by studying the latest Middle East pipeline data here. Washington and the Israelis are taking advantage of the people being uninformed when it comes to geography. Put simply ISIL controls key oil producing and transmission territory in Syria and Iraq. It’s territory the US Pentagon and Tel Aviv would prefer Russia’s jets were not flying missions over. First you need to understand “who” is “where”, and how Israel plays into this theory. The map below further illuminates the complex nature of ISIL and Kurdish oil production and transmission, as well as the reality of terror funding. Barack Obama claims the US is disrupting ISIL’s gun money, but these facts refute this notion.



Indeed, nobody cares where oil from this region goes, as long as the chaos against Assad is funded, and as long as every Israeli interest is served. This insightful article not only provides one of the maps above, but also the notion ISIL and the Kurds depend on one another for these oil flows. The fact both insurgencies depend on oil money is irrefutable. The only question remaining is whether or not ISIL allows Kurdish oil flows to pass. This Jerusalem Post article further validates Israel’s dependence on Kurdish oil flows, flows which must arrive via tanker. This is crucial to understanding how ISIL has to be playing a role. If any of the other pipelines were usable, if other foreign oil were being imported, then tankers from Turkey’s Ceyhan petroleum port would simply be out of the question. The second map I provided is one of hundreds anyone can find showing ISIL and Kurd strategic control, and the Turkey-Israel connective. We must assume ISIL is allowing this energy to flow, in full knowing, who is paying for it. So the question now arises, “who is really paying for the Syrian civil war?” You will only need one guess.

On US Air Cover

Israel wanted the Arab Spring, and with Barack Obama in the White House, there was no more opportune time to initiate a widespread Arabic paradigm. Gaddafi was overthrown, Egypt turned upside down, Tunisia was reworked, North Africa and the Middle East are now a stew pot overflowing, and Israel has had carte blanche permission to slaughter Palestinians on a biblical level. Russia is the new and improved enemy of freedom, Ukraine and refugees threaten to unravel Europe, and sitting quietly, peacefully innocent of all wrongdoing, tiny Israel watches and waits.

Over at US Central Command headquarters, daily reports of the “Syria” mission flow through the military news funnel. So called “declassified” evidence of air strikes are few and far between in the war on ISIL, but there is one showing a football stadium being utterly eliminated. The video suggest this stadium near Ramadi was an ISIL command and staging area. There are a few other declassified air strike videos, strikes of such precision one has to wonder why an oil pumping station or two could not be blown up?

This report from September 17th tells how massive US air power was leveled against ISIL. Unfortunately armored bull dozers and ISIL back hoe tractors seem pitiful targets compared to 3 foot thick terrorist oil pipelines! You read that correctly, the mighty US military is reporting blowing up farm equipment and fox holes in the middle of nowhere. This leads us to the conclusion that Barack Obama and Israel have good reason not to want Putin’s Migs nowhere near ISIL. Russian air power intent on destroying ISIL’s capacity to make war, would certainly succeed in days, not weeks. But Russian jets would not be under Central Command, Mr. Obama could not command them to strike football stadiums instead of oil distribution centers and pipelines.



What if US pilots are unwittingly flying air cover for ISIL oil production?

What if ISIL are just well paid (perhaps profit sharing) merc's?

What if Paris was a MOSSAD/CIA op to punish/send a message for not helping to keep Russia out of missions in Northern Syria? Suck NATO in? Maintain Muslim boogeyman status?

Vladimir Putin has been the only stumbling block to unlimited war by the US led coalition in Syria. Let’s face it, the only reason to shun Russian intervention, is secret skullduggery by the coalition. After over a year of bombing NOTHING critical to ISIL, Obama’s play becomes more transparent. Our forces may well be arrayed to fly air cover for anti-Assad elements like ISIL and the Kurds, and protection for dirt cheap Israeli energy. At least this represents a logical explanation for Syria’s ongoing plight.

Israel has opted for obtaining the cheapest energy solution possible, while at the same time funding ANYONE who is against Syria’s Assad. From a Tel Aviv perspective, the idea makes sense in all honesty. With Assad gone, and with US duplicity in these matters, Israel would become the ultimate powerhouse of stability in this region. Her enemies dispersed like wandering nomads, the Jewish state could go ahead and eradicate the Palestinians, expand her territories uninhibited, rape the huge deposit of Golan oil and dictate policy for the whole region. That is, with Washington’s say so.

The United Nations would have a very difficult time in public, condoning Israeli oil purchases from the very people beheading Christians and Muslims in the deserts. The New York Times tried to slide this in there. Blaming Turkey for an Iraqi oil flow is absurd.

Pipeline - Israel

A22 ----Tipline ----Ashkelon ----Haifa



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Raqqa's Rockefellers: How Islamic State oil flows to Israel
Al-Araby al-Jadeed | 26 November, 2015

*Interesting read. Paid merc's posing as Jihadi's, helping scum sell oil?

At least they are consistent. If Israel (and other scumbags of course) can make a buck off others suffering, why not. They support terrorists, contribute to this criminal enterprise, profit from this criminal enterprise, and yet never seem to be a target of this so called 'ISIL' Why?

Then we have to listen to day after day after day after day bullshit about the Muslim boogeyman around every corner?

It's all about what can I get while I make that $50 bucks.

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Oil produced by the Islamic State group finances its bloodlust. But how is it extracted, transported and sold? Who is buying it, and how does it reach Israel?

The smuggled oil goes through from the points of extraction in Iraqi oil fields to its destination - notably including the port of Ashdod, Israel.

After paying drivers, middlemen and bribes, IS' profit is $15 to $18 a barrel. The group currently makes $19 million on average each month.

Uncle Farid owns a licensed import-export business that he uses to broker deals between the smuggling mafias that buy IS oil and the three oil companies that export the oil to Israel.

Al-Araby has the names of these companies and details of their illegal trades. One of these companies is also supported by a very high-profile Western official.

The companies compete to buy the smuggled oil and then transfer it to Israel through the Turkish ports of Mersin, Dortyol and Ceyhan.

Al-Araby has discovered several brokers who work in the same business as Uncle Farid (is an Israeli-Greek dual national in his fifties) - but he remains the most influential and effective broker when it comes to marketing smuggled oil.

A paper written by marine engineers George Kioukstsolou and Dr Alec D Coutroubis at the University of Greenwich tracked the oil trade through Ceyhan port, and found some correlation between IS military successes and spikes in the oil output at the port.

In August, the Financial Times reported that Israel obtained up to 75 percent of its oil supplies from Iraqi Kurdistan. More than a third of such exports go through the port of Ceyhan.

Kioukstsolou told al-Araby al-Jadeed that this suggests corruption by middlemen and those at the lower end of the trade hierarchy - rather than institutional abuse by multinational businesses or governments.

According to a European official at an international oil company who met with al-Araby in a Gulf capital, Israel refines the oil only "once or twice" because it does not have advanced refineries. It exports the oil to Mediterranean countries - where the oil "gains a semi-legitimate status" - for $30 to $35 a barrel.

"The oil is sold within a day or two to a number of private companies, while the majority goes to an Italian refinery owned by one of the largest shareholders in an Italian football club [name removed] where the oil is refined and used locally," added the European oil official.

"Israel has in one way or another become the main marketer of IS oil. Without them, most IS-produced oil would have remained going between Iraq, Syria and Turkey. Even the three companies would not receive the oil if they did not have a buyer in Israel," said the industry official.

Most countries avoid dealing in this type of smuggled oil, despite its alluring price, due to legal implications and the war against the Islamic State group.

Here's a look at recent port data from Ceyhan and Ashdod via Fleetmon.com (Malta-flagged oil vessels are highlighted).

Ceyhan



Ashdod



One person who definitely thinks the Erdogans are trafficking in ISIS oil is Syrian Information Minister Omran al-Zoubi who said the following on Friday:

"All of the oil was delivered to a company that belongs to the son of Recep [Tayyip] Erdogan. This is why Turkey became anxious when Russia began delivering airstrikes against the IS infrastructure and destroyed more than 500 trucks with oil already. This really got on Erdogan and his company's nerves. They're importing not only oil, but wheat and historic artifacts as well."

And then there's Iraq's former National Security Adviser Mowaffak al-Rubaie who posted the following to his Facebook page on Saturday:

"First and foremost, the Turks help the militants sell stolen Iraqi and Syrian oil for $20 a barrel, which is half the market price."

Meanwhile, the US is preparing for an all-out ISIS oil propaganda war. As WSJ reported on Wednesday, "the Treasury [has] accused a Syrian-born businessman, George Haswani, who his a dual Syrian-Russian citizen, of using his firm, HESCO Engineering and Construction Co., for facilitating oil trades between the Assad regime and Islamic State." Why Assad would buy oil from a group that uses the cash at its disposal to wage war against Damascus is an open question especially when one considers that Assad's closest allies (Russia and Iran) are major oil producers. Of course between all the shady middlemen and double dealing, there's really no telling.

Ultimately we'll probably never know the whole story, but what we do know (and again, most of the evidence is either circumstantial, anecdotal, of largely qualitative) seems to suggest that in addition to providing guns and money to the FSA and al-Nusra, Turkey may well be responsible for facilitating Islamic State's $400+ million per year oil enterprise. And as for end customers, consider the following bit from Al-Araby al-Jadeed:

According to a European official at an international oil company who met with al-Araby in a Gulf capital, Israel refines the oil only "once or twice" because it does not have advanced refineries. It exports the oil to Mediterranean countries - where the oil "gains a semi-legitimate status" - for $30 to $35 a barrel.

"The oil is sold within a day or two to a number of private companies, while the majority goes to an Italian refinery owned by one of the largest shareholders in an Italian football club [name removed] where the oil is refined and used locally," added the European oil official.

"Israel has in one way or another become the main marketer of IS oil. Without them, most IS-produced oil would have remained going between Iraq, Syria and Turkey. Even the three companies would not receive the oil if they did not have a buyer in Israel," said the industry official.

Finally, you'll note that this is all an effort to answer what we called "the most important question about ISIS that no one is asking" - namely, "who are the middlemen?" As we noted more than a week ago, "we do know who they may be: the same names that were quite prominent in the market in September when Glencore had its first, and certainly not last, near death experience: the Glencores, the Vitols, the Trafiguras, the Nobels, the Mercurias of the world." Consider that, and consider what Reuters says about the trade in illicit KRG oil: "Market sources have said several trading houses including Trafigura and Vitol have dealt with Kurdish oil. Both Trafigura and Vitol declined to comment on their role in oil sales."

Similarly, FT notes that "both Vitol and Trafigura had paid the KRG in advance for the oil, under so-called 'pre-pay' deals, helping Erbil to bridge its budget gaps."

Indeed, when Kurdistan went looking for an advisor to assist in the effort to circumvent Baghdad, the KRG chose "Murtaza Lakhani, who worked for Glencore in Iraq in the 2000s, to assist finding ships."

"He knew exactly who would and who wouldn't deal with us. He opened the doors to us and identified willing shipping companies to work with us," Ashti Hawrami (quoted above) said.

Indeed. And given everything said above about the commingling of illegal KRG crude and illicit ISIS oil shipments, it's probably a foregone conclusion that these same firms are assisting in transport arrangements for Islamic State.



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The United States (and friends) is interested in prolonging the Syrian crisis.

It is time for people to wake the fuck up! 2016 is eye opening time people!

We have seen this in history especially in Vietnam when the war becomes so profitable to so many industries. The Middle East is detrimental for the US to keep its hegemony by preventing any rival oil pipe lines from being built which is precisely what kick started this conflict.

There was a $10 billion pipeline project signed between Iraq, Iran and Syria just months after the US was forced to pull out of Iraq and then this crisis kicked off in Syria in very fishy circumstances where you had these rebels firing on the police. If the US really wanted to resolve the conflict then why would they be aiding al-Qaeda and ISIS? This isn’t just some sort of incompetence.

The former Defense Intelligence Agency Director, Michael Flynn, admitted that the agenda of the US was to aid the Salafist groups to tear Syria apart. “If you look at the list of the top defense industries like Lockheed Martin and also the mercenary groups, not just the US but also some British groups as well, they are making billions of dollars and they have a very tight relationship with the US mass media. They have overlapping membership in their board of directors.”

Collaboration between the US industries and mass media is the reason why the US media has been raging about what a ‘monster’ Bashar Assad is. It is only since 2011 that the US media has started portraying Assad in such a light although he has been president for over ten years and the US did not have any issues with him earlier.

The US learnt that it had to get a handle on the media and if you just contrast the coverage of the media of the first war in Iraq and the second war it is ridiculous. They were nothing but just war cheerleaders in the second war in Iraq. They lied and fabricated news based on forged documents.

There will be a change as the internet is breaking the media monopoly. You have a lot of foreign news outlets now that are in English and that will break the monopoly as the American public can now get news from other sources.

Listen: https://soundcloud.com/radiosputnik/why-is-us-aiding-the-islamic-state-and-al-qaeda-ryan-dawson

There are reasons for internet censorship campaigns/bills/omnibus bills; and it is not because of file sharing. Just look at the number of shill websites out there. The scramble to control. This propaganda will and has failed horribly. Once you have exposed a reasonable person to 'something'; they usually do not forget it. So lets keep hammering away and expose these ideas/people for what they are - lies, war criminals and fraudsters!


NATO's Christmas gift to the World

When everyone is born different, why should we not strive act differently rather than attempt to imitate others? By encouraging this perceived normal behavior, we suppress the mindset of individuals. They are forced to think and work inside the framework created by society (media/gov't)- to adopt similar ideas, beliefs and professions. This creates imbalance in society, as the extremes would not exist. What would happen to the exceptional people if everyone is expected to act normal? The uniqueness of each individual becomes suppressed by society. If, contrarily, people are encouraged to act differently, we can have a range of different ideas and theories. Adopting the perceived ‘normal’ behavior makes our lifestyles monotonous, destructive and repetitive. What would differentiate each person from the next?

Those in power would prefer uniformity. Uniformity, and the pressures to conform, makes for an easier society to rule over. The greatest tool of this conformity being TV, and mainstream media in general.

Normal, and it corollary named conformity, are a lie and a cancerous assault on the soul. The same goes for political correctness...

Generally speaking, people should fill all sides of a scale, the "normal/"an average" center and two extremes on either end- this creates a balance. Individuals must be fostered to think differently, and new ideas will flourish. Let us not use the ‘cookie-cutter’ societal mentality imposed by media/gov't; individuals cannot simply be shaped according to what the society/media/gov't perceives to be normal, leaving out those with conflicting views and ideas as outcasts. The idea of normality is an illusion – each member of society, by nature, is different and distinct in their own way. This diversity is what makes societies great.

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 21, 2016 8:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Interesting document:

CONFESSIONS of A BRITISH SPY and British Enmity Against Islam

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A Strategy for Israel in the Nineteen Eighties
Published by AlvarezHoakim
A Strategy For Israel in the Nineteen Eighties-Oded Yinon


These two documents seem to reflect what is going on in the Middle East right now.

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