Saturday, 8 November 2014


According to a report by Newsweek, a former ISIS 'communications technician' says that ISIS is allied to NATO member Turkey.

The former ISIS man says:

"ISIS and Turkey cooperate together on the ground..."

He says he personally brought together ISIS commanders in Syria and people in Turkey 'innumerable' times.

He says that the two sides primarily communicate in Turkish, not Arabic.

He says Turkey routinely communicates with ISIS.

He says Turkey lets ISIS troops cross the border, from Turkey into Syria, and from Syria back into Turkey.

ISIS works alongside NATO member Turkey 

The former ISIS man says:

"ISIS commanders told us to fear nothing at all because there was full cooperation with the Turks."

Kurdish People's Protection Units

The army of the Syrian Kurds  told Newsweek that Turkey is supplying ISIS with weapons and ammunition.

Turkey's prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan is reported to be a crypto-Jew.

And ISIS is said to be run by an agent of Mossad.

ISIS fighters were trained at Camp Bucca (above).

Camp Bucca was a facility run by the US military in Iraq.

A former prisoner named Adel Jassem Mohammed said that U.S. military officials did nothing to stop the 'extremists' from training the other detainees.

The mysterious link .

Al_Baghdadi is said to be Simon Elliot, an Israeli.

Nine leading members of ISIS, including Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, trained ISIS fighters at Camp Bucca.

Al_Baghdadi is said to be an agent of Mossad.

Camp Bucca

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the current leader of ISIS, is said to have left camp Bucca in 2009.

Another view is that al-Baghdadi was only at Camp Bucca from 2004 - 2005.

The mysterious link .

'Mossad agent'.

More than 100,000 fighters stayed at Camp Bucca between 2003 and 2009.

Al-Baghdadi's deputy Abu Muslim al-Turkmani was also held in Camp Bucca along with Abu Qasim, who is responsible for ISIS's foreign fighters.

John McCain and the leader of ISIS/IS who is Simon Elliot, aka Al-Baghdadi. John McCain's Whoops Moment: Photographed Chilling With ISIS.

According to an editorial in the New York Times

'At Camp Bucca ... the most radical figures were held alongside less threatening individuals, some of whom were not guilty of any violent crime.

'Coalition prisons became recruitment centres and training grounds for the terrorists...

'The majority of prisoners were illiterate, so they were particularly susceptible...

'The prisons became virtual terrorist universities: The hardened radicals were the professors, the other detainees were the students, and the prison authorities played the role of absent custodian.'

Read more: How America Helped ISIS  /

ISIS began its invasion of Iraq from NATO-member Turkey. TURKEY IS LED BY A 'JEW'.








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  8. Iranian general accuses US of supplying ISIS with arms, aid
    Al-Akhbar | November 9, 2014

    The US delivered arms and aid supply to militants of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) in eastern Iraq, Deputy Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces Brigadier claimed on Saturday, according to a report by the Iranian state news agency IRNA.

    Describing the US’s fight against ISIS as a “lie,” General Massoud Jazayeri Jazayeri said “the US and the coalition air dropped weapons, ammunition, food and medical equipment to ISIS militants – which have been besieged by the Iraqi army – in Jalawla town of Diyala [in eastern Iraq] a few days ago.”

    Jazayeri claimed that the US supported ISIS, currently in control of large swathes of territory in Iraq and Syria, since the beginning of the insurgency.


  9. ISIS is America’s Dream Rebel Army
    By Tony Cartalucci

    US policy paper reveals desire for construction of full-scale extraterritorial army to invade Syria. Such an army is being built in Iraq and Turkey and it’s called “ISIS.”

    The corporate-financier funded and directed policy think tank, the Brookings Institution, has served as one of several prominent forums documenting and disseminating US foreign policy. It would host in part the architects of the so-called “surge” during the nearly decade-spanning US occupation of Iraq, as well as battle plans for waging a covert war against Iran now well under way.

    Part of this covert war against Iran involved the arming and backing of listed terrorist groups, and in particular, the Mujahedeen-e-Khalq (MEK) which has killed US servicemen, American civilians, as well as countless innocent Iranians over the decades. Among those signing their name to this plan found within Brookings’ “Which Path to Persia?” report, was Kenneth Pollack. Now, in efforts to overthrow the government of Syria, also a stated and integral part of undermining, isolating, and destroying Iran, Pollack has revealed another element of the plan – to create a full-scale proxy military force outside of Syria, then subsequently invading and occupying Syria with it.


    Kenneth M. Pollack

    Kenneth Michael "Ken" Pollack, PhD (born 1966), is a noted former CIA intelligence analyst and expert on Middle East politics and military affairs. He has served on the National Security Council staff and has written several articles and books on international relations.

    ...He has served in a variety of roles in government. From 1988 until 1995, he was analyst on Iraqi and Iranian military issues for the Central Intelligence Agency. He spent a year as Director for Near East and South Asian Affairs with the United States National Security Council. In 1999, he rejoined the NSC as the Director for Persian Gulf Affairs. He also served two stints as a professor with the National Defense University.

    Outside of government, he worked for the Brookings Institution as the director of research at its Saban Center for Middle East Policy. He previously worked for the Council of Foreign Relations as their director of national security studies...
    Allegation of espionage
    A U.S. government indictment alleged that Pollack provided information to former American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) employees Steve J. Rosen and Keith Weissman during the AIPAC espionage scandal. In April 2009, the indictment was dropped.

    Saban Center for Middle East Policy

    The Saban Center for Middle East Policy is a center for research within the Brookings Institution focused on the United States' involvement in the Middle East...
    The center is named after American-Israeli film and television producer Haim Saban.

    Haim Saban

    Haim Saban is an Israeli and American media proprietor, investor, philanthropist [sic], musician, record, film & television producer...
    Saban was born to a Jewish family in Alexandria, Egypt, in 1944. In 1956, the Saban family immigrated to Israel...
    Saban says his greatest concern is to protect Israel. At a conference in Israel, Saban described his formula. His three ways to influence American politics were: make donations to political parties, establish think tanks, and control media outlets...

    1. Major Democratic Donor: Israel Should “Bomb The Daylights” Out Of Iran

      WASHINGTON — Major Democratic donor Haim Saban said on Sunday that if he were running Israel he would “bomb the living daylights” out of Iran if the current nuclear negotiations produce a bad deal for Israel.

      Speaking at a conference of the Israeli American Council at the Washington Hilton opposite Republican casino magnate Sheldon Adelson, Saban said that if he were in the shoes of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the event of a deal with Iran that he judged to be dangerous with Israel, “I would bomb the living daylights out of these sons of bitches.”
      n a rare joint public appearance, Adelson and Saban discussed the peace process, the Iranian nuclear negotiations, the Boycott, Divestment Sanctions movement, and joked (or seemed to joke) about buying the New York Times together to produce more positive journalism about Israel. They are two of the most influential donors in American politics; Adelson is a major funder of Republican causes and candidates, and Saban, an Israeli-American, was once the top donor to the Democratic Party. Adelson and Saban are both backing the Israeli American Council, which hosted the event.

  10. ISIS Fires American-Made Missiles At Syrian Army
    By Brandon Turbeville November 10, 2014

    The fact that the United States and NATO are arming the death squads fighting the secular government of Bashar al-Assad is, by now, accepted news in both the alternative and mainstream media circles. However, due to the U.S. State Department’s and its media mouthpieces’ incessant claims that there is such a thing as “moderate” rebels vs. extremist rebels in Syria, it is not considered “credible” or mainstream to suggest that the United States is, in fact, arming extremists.

    Of course, the reality is that there is no such thing as “moderate rebels” in Syria. The truth is that the FSA, largely presented as “moderate,” is, in actuality, the same thing as Al-Qaeda, Al-Nusra, and ISIS.

    Regardless, the mainstream press and the governments that it represents continue to push the deception of “moderates” as well as the claim that NATO is opposed to ISIS. These claims, however, are becoming increasingly difficult to maintain as more and more evidence emerges from the Syrian front demonstrating them to be patently false.
    ISIS received these weapons because the United States and NATO have been funding and arming ISIS from the very beginning. The U.S. has been arming the terrorists ever since 2010, when violence, shootings, and indiscriminate killings erupted in Syria (reported as “peaceful protests” in Western media). Before, during, and ever since, the United States and NATO have continued to support, train, arm, fund, and direct the death squads attempting to overthrow the Assad government.

    From covert CIA assistance to actual coordination from death squad experts like Robert Ford, the United States and NATO were directly responsible for the Syrian crisis. By supporting the “rebels” early on, NATO was, in fact, supporting ISIS, since ISIS is nothing more than the current name for what was already in place in Syria when NATO embarked on its destabilization campaign in 2010.