Tuesday, 20 January 2015



Tunisia has provided the largest contingent of fighters - well over 3,000 - to ISIS.

CIA recruiters pay between $1,000 and $3,000 to prospective fighters, a huge sum for an unemployed Tunisian.


Tunisia, under President Ben Ali (above), was a Moslem success story.

It was liberal, run by technocrats and relatively prosperous.


In 2010, a CIA/NATO/Mossad false flag operation, in Tunisia, began the Arab Spring.

The official story of the death of Mohamed Bouazizi, the street vendor, is fiction.

The CIA controlled the Tunisian generals who ousted Ben Ali. Left to right: Général de Division Rachid Ammar (Chief of the Army, Tunisia) shaking hands with General Raymond Henault (Chairman of the NATO Military Committee).

Ben Ali was toppled, the CIA's Muslim Brotherhood took over, and the economy was almost wrecked.

Tunisia began to send Jihadis to do the CIA's work in Syria and Iraq.


However, in the recent election, the followers of Ben Ali have returned to power.


The new government faces a number of problems created by the CIA's Arab Spring:

There is increased unemployment, increased poverty, huge government debts and a lack of domestic and foreign investment.

Government debt has risen from 32 per cent of gross domestic product to 50 per cent.

Smuggling now represents 40 per cent of the economy.



One young Tunisian is quoted by the Financial Times as saying: "We were better off under Ben Ali."

Many young Tunisians are trying to escape to Italy.



Some ill-informed American bloggers supported the Arab Spring.

They failed to realise that almost 99% 'people-power' demonstrations are organised by the CIA and similar organisations.

They failed to realise that 99% of revolutions do more harm than good.


Sir William Wiseman, the Jewish head of British intelligence in the USA, who, during World war I, was friendly with Max Warburg, the Jewish head of German intelligence.

Almost all recent wars and revolutions have been planned by a cabal that makes money from supplying both sides with loans and armaments.


Most people are sheep.

Life gets better when the majority withdraw support from the bullies and con-men.



  1. ISIS threatening to be-head Japanese men.
    Very poor photo-shop work. Laughable, really.

  2. Still recovering. Bill Ayres n Alex Jones. The one. Posted Tap. Thanks Aang, Mark.

  3. ISIS Leader A Fictional Character – Brigadier General Kevin Bergner

    The Interior Ministry of Iraq claimed that al-Baghdadi was captured in Baghdad on 9 March 2007, but it was later said that the person in question was not al-Baghdadi. On 3 May 2007, the Iraqi Interior Ministry said that al-Baghdadi was killed by American and Iraqi forces north of Baghdad. However, in July 2007, the U.S. military reported that al-Baghdadi never actually existed. The detainee identified as Khaled al-Mashhadani, a self-proclaimed intermediary to Osama bin Laden, claimed that al-Baghdadi was a fictional character created to give an Iraqi face to a foreign-run terror group, and that statements attributed to al-Baghdadi were actually read by an Iraqi actor.


  4. Pankisi Gorge a selection of references

    There were French citizens in the Pankisi Gorge who were grabbed by the Americans and accused of being terrorists, when there were no armed Moslem militants in the Gorge before the US put them there under its Train and Equip Program. Many of these French citizens then ended up walking freely in the streets of Baku, apparently no longer terrorists.
    First appeared: http://journal-neo.org/2015/01/20/paris-shootings-maybe-the-last-piece-of-a-horrible-puzzle/

  5. Where it all began

    So how did we get to this point? Back in the late 90s the United States and Georgia intentionally made the Pankisi Gorge of Georgia into a no-go area, a base for Chechens to conduct raids on Russia and a terrorist training camp. It also served as a base camp for imported Arab and Afghan Northern Alliance fighters, but little of what was going on there was ever reported in the mainstream media. Access was denied to foreign reporters, and therefore the international media, including the Washington Post and others, had little choice but to swallow the official story – hook, line and sinker.

    Substantial PR effort was made to present Pankisi Gorge as a lawless place, a “no-go zone”, and claim that Georgia therefore needed help. The US State Department was engaged. This concocted fear of Chechen terrorists in Georgia, and the subsequent claims by Russia that Georgia was the site of a terrorist camp, were used as justification for the United States gaining a large toehold in the region and providing direct military support to the GoG through the 64 million dollar Train and Equip Program, which explained why all these weapons were entering the country in the first place.

    In retrospect it is clear that this deadly scam was part of an effort by the US to engage Georgia in NATO operations (which it has contributed more troops to, per capita, than any other nation) and make Georgia an obvious jumping off point and transit hub for future conflicts in the region, a forward operating base for wars or potential wars with Syria and Iran.

    Much of the actionable intelligence which provides background for these deals was provided, at the time, by an Italian and a British Journalist. They can’t now confirm these details because they are dead. Neither had medical problems at the time of their deaths, at least as we were never aware of any such medical problems! The origin of the weapons involved in their murders, and the end user certificates they entered Georgia on, have never been established.
    First appeared: http://journal-neo.org/2013/12/07/uncle-sam-the-hardcore-weapons-trafficker/