Christians Are Being Slaughtered By Islamic Terrorists … But Sadly, the U.S. Is Supporting the Terrorists

Christians Are Being Persecuted By Islamic Terrorists

Christians are being persecuted by Islamic terrorists in Iraq and Syria.

The “ISIS” Islamic terrorists have literally CRUCIFIED people in Iraq recently, and have marked the houses of Christians … presumably for execution.

They have told Christians in Mosel, “convert to Islam or die“. They have pulled down crosses at churches in Iraq.   Thousands of residents of Iraq’s biggest Christian town have been forced to flee their homes as the ISIS killers overran their town and said: “leave, convert or die“.

The ISIS terrorists are not only beheading adult Christians, but they are systematically beheading CHILDREN.

In Syria, rebels fighting against the Syrian government told Christians, “Either you convert to Islam or you will be beheaded.”   Syrian rebels slit the throat of Christian man who refused to convert to Islam, taunting his fiance by yelling: “Jesus didn’t come to save him!”  And – like the Islamic terrorists in Iraq – they’ve  CRUCIFIED Christians.

A former Syrian Jihadi says the rebels have a “9/11 ideology”.  Indeed, they’re literally singing Bin Laden’s praises and celebrating the 9/11 attack:

It’s obvious that the Islamic terrorists are threatening Christians. And they’re threatening Jews as well.

Our Government Is BACKING Islamic Terrorists

But did you know that irrefutable proof shows that our government is backing Islamic terrorists?

ABC News reports:

The Sunni rebels [inside Syria] are supported by the Islamist rulers of Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey, as well as the U.S., France, Britain and others.

So the U.S. is directly supporting the terrorists … and close U.S. allies Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Turkey France and Britain are also supporting them.

World Net Daily reports that the U.S. trained Islamic jihadis – who would later join ISIS – in Jordan.

Der Spiegel and the Guardian confirmed that the U.S., France and England trained hundreds if not thousands of Islamic fighters in Jordan.

The Jerusalem Post and Breitbart report that an ISIS fighter says that Turkey funds the terrorist group. Turkey is a member of NATO and – until very recently – a close U.S. ally.

The Independent headlines “Iraq crisis: How Saudi Arabia helped Isis take over the north of the country”:

Some time before 9/11, Prince Bandar bin Sultan, once the powerful Saudi ambassador in Washington and head of Saudi intelligence until a few months ago, had a revealing and ominous conversation with the head of the British Secret Intelligence Service, MI6, Sir Richard Dearlove. Prince Bandar told him: “The time is not far off in the Middle East, Richard, when it will be literally ‘God help the Shia’. More than a billion Sunnis have simply had enough of them.”


There is no doubt about the accuracy of the quote by Prince Bandar, secretary-general of the Saudi National Security Council from 2005 and head of General Intelligence between 2012 and 2014, the crucial two years when al-Qa’ida-type jihadis took over the Sunni-armed opposition in Iraq and Syria. Speaking at the Royal United Services Institute last week, Dearlove, who headed MI6 from 1999 to 2004, emphasised the significance of Prince Bandar’s words, saying that they constituted “a chilling comment that I remember very well indeed”.

He does not doubt that substantial and sustained funding from private donors in Saudi Arabia and Qatar, to which the authorities may have turned a blind eye, has played a central role in the Isis surge into Sunni areas of Iraq. He said: “Such things simply do not happen spontaneously.” This sounds realistic since the tribal and communal leadership in Sunni majority provinces is much beholden to Saudi and Gulf paymasters, and would be unlikely to cooperate with Isis without their consent.


Unfortunately, Christians in areas captured by Isis are finding this is not true, as their churches are desecrated and they are forced to flee. A difference between al-Qa’ida and Isis is that the latter is much better organised; if it does attack Western targets the results are likely to be devastating.


Dearlove … sees Saudi strategic thinking as being shaped by two deep-seated beliefs or attitudes. First, they are convinced that there “can be no legitimate or admissible challenge to the Islamic purity of their Wahhabi credentials as guardians of Islam’s holiest shrines”. But, perhaps more significantly given the deepening Sunni-Shia confrontation, the Saudi belief that they possess a monopoly of Islamic truth leads them to be “deeply attracted towards any militancy which can effectively challenge Shia-dom”.

Western governments traditionally play down the connection between Saudi Arabia and its Wahhabist faith, on the one hand, and jihadism, whether of the variety espoused by Osama bin Laden and al-Qa’ida or by Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s Isis. There is nothing conspiratorial or secret about these links: 15 out of 19 of the 9/11 hijackers were Saudis, as was Bin Laden and most of the private donors who funded the operation.


But there has always been a second theme to Saudi policy towards al-Qa’ida type jihadis, contradicting Prince Bandar’s approach and seeing jihadis as a mortal threat to the Kingdom. Dearlove illustrates this attitude by relating how, soon after 9/11, he visited the Saudi capital Riyadh with Tony Blair.

He remembers the then head of Saudi General Intelligence “literally shouting at me across his office: ‘9/11 is a mere pinprick on the West. In the medium term, it is nothing more than a series of personal tragedies. What these terrorists want is to destroy the House of Saud and remake the Middle East.'” In the event, Saudi Arabia adopted both policies, encouraging the jihadis as a useful tool of Saudi anti-Shia influence abroad but suppressing them at home as a threat to the status quo. It is this dual policy that has fallen apart over the last year.

Saudi sympathy for anti-Shia “militancy” is identified in leaked US official documents. The then US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton wrote in December 2009 in a cable released by Wikileaks that “Saudi Arabia remains a critical financial support base for al-Qa’ida, the Taliban, LeT [Lashkar-e-Taiba in Pakistan] and other terrorist groups.”


Saudi Arabia and its allies are in practice playing into the hands of Isis which is swiftly gaining full control of the Sunni opposition in Syria and Iraq.


For all his gargantuan mistakes, Maliki’s failings are not the reason why the Iraqi state is disintegrating. What destabilised Iraq from 2011 on was the revolt of the Sunni in Syria and the takeover of that revolt by jihadis, who were often sponsored by donors in Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait and United Arab Emirates. Again and again Iraqi politicians warned that by not seeking to close down the civil war in Syria, Western leaders were making it inevitable that the conflict in Iraq would restart. “I guess they just didn’t believe us and were fixated on getting rid of [President Bashar al-] Assad,” said an Iraqi leader in Baghdad last week.

Of course, US and British politicians and diplomats would argue that they were in no position to bring an end to the Syrian conflict. But this is misleading. By insisting that peace negotiations must be about the departure of Assad from power, something that was never going to happen since Assad held most of the cities in the country and his troops were advancing, the US and Britain made sure the war would continue.


Saudi Arabia has created a Frankenstein’s monster over which it is rapidly losing control. The same is true of its allies such as Turkey which has been a vital back-base for Isis and Jabhat al-Nusra by keeping the 510-mile-long Turkish-Syrian border open.

Remember, Al Qaeda wasn’t even in Iraq until the U.S. invaded that country.

The Daily Beast (a media company formerly owned by Newsweek) notes, in a story entitled “America’s Allies Are Funding ISIS”:

The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), now threatening Baghdad, was funded for years by wealthy donors in Kuwait, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia, three U.S. allies that have dual agendas in the war on terror.


The extremist group that is threatening the existence of the Iraqi state was built and grown for years with the help of elite donors from American supposed allies in the Persian Gulf region.


A key component of ISIS’s support came from wealthy individuals in the Arab Gulf States of Kuwait, Qatar and Saudi Arabia. Sometimes the support came with the tacit nod of approval from those regimes ….

Gulf donors support ISIS, the Syrian branch of al Qaeda called the al Nusrah Front, and other Islamic groups fighting on the ground in Syria ….

Donors in Kuwait, the Sunni majority Kingdom on Iraq’s border, have taken advantage of Kuwait’s weak financial rules to channel hundreds of millions of dollars to a host of Syrian rebel brigades, according to a December 2013 report by The Brookings Institution, a Washington think tank that receives some funding from the Qatari government.


“The U.S. Treasury is aware of this activity and has expressed concern about this flow of private financing. But Western diplomats’ and officials’ general response has been a collective shrug,” the report states.

When confronted with the problem, Gulf leaders often justify allowing their Salafi constituents to fund Syrian extremist groups ….

That’s what Prince Bandar bin Sultan, head of Saudi intelligence since 2012 and former Saudi ambassador in Washington, reportedly told Secretary of State John Kerry when Kerry pressed him on Saudi financing of extremist groups earlier this year. Saudi Arabia has retaken a leadership role in past months guiding help to the Syrian armed rebels, displacing Qatar, which was seen as supporting some of the worst of the worst organizations on the ground.

Business Insider notes:

The Islamic State for Iraq and the Levant … is also receiving private donations from wealthy Sunnis in American-allied Gulf nations such as Kuwait, Qatar, and, possibly, Saudi Arabia.


As far back as March, Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki has accused Saudi Arabia and Qatar of openly funding ISIS as his troops were fighting them.

“I accuse them of inciting and encouraging the terrorist movements. I accuse them of supporting them politically and in the media, of supporting them with money and by buying weapons for them,” he told France 24 television.

In Kuwait, donors have taken advantage of weak terror financing control laws to funnel hundreds of millions of dollars to various Syrian rebel groups, including ISIS, according to a December 2013 report by The Brookings Institution, which receives some funding from the government of Qatar.

“Over the last two and a half years, Kuwait has emerged as a financing and organizational hub for charities and individuals supporting Syria’s myriad rebel groups,” the report said, adding that money from donors in other gulf nations is collected in Kuwait before traveling through Turkey or Jordan to reach the insurgents.


Ironically, Kuwait is a staging area for individuals funneling money to an ISIS organization that is aligned with whatever is left of the Baathist regime once led by Saddam Hussein. In 1990, the U.S. went to war with Iraq over Hussein’s invasion and occupation of Kuwait.

We noted last year:

Most of the Syrian “rebels” are Al Qaeda. The U.S. government has designated these guys as terrorists. Things are getting worse, not better: Al Qaeda is gaining more and more power among the rebels. The U.S., Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Israel have been backing these guys for years. Indeed, we’ve long known that most of the weapons we’re shipping to Syria are ending up in the hands of Al Qaeda. And they apparently have chemical weapons.

Even the New York Times noted last year:

With help from the CIA, Arab governments and Turkey have sharply increased their military aid to Syria’s opposition fighters.

The Times quoted government officials saying that the “scale of shipments … was very large.”

In fact, Obama signed a special exemption to the law barring arming of terrorists.

We’re now shipping heavy weapons to the Islamic extremists such as anti-tank (“TOW” missiles) and possibly even anti-aircraft weapons
Screenshot from Youtube video showing Syrian Islamic extremist using a TOW provided by the U.S.

Most of those arms have now ended up in the hands of ISIS.

And the Jihadist credited with being the “military mastermind” of the recent ISIS victories is named Tarkhan Batirashvili.  He’s not Arabic, but rather Chechen.    He doesn’t look like an Arab: he’s fair-skinned, with a long red beard.

Who are Chechens? Their country – Chechnya – was part of the Soviet Union. After the USSR broke up, the Chechens launched wars and terrorist attacks to try to gain independence from Russia.

The Wall Street Journal reported last year that Batrashvili has made the wars in Syria and Iraq “into a geopolitical struggle between the US and Russia.” 

Sadly, the U.S. has supported Sunni Islamic terrorists in Chechnya as a way to harass Russia. (And our backing of such extremists in Chechnya may well have led to the Boston bombings).

As shown below, the U.S. has been backing Islamic terrorists as part of its geopolitical struggle against Russia for many decades.

We Created Terrorists to Fight the Soviets in Afghanistan

Top American officials admit that the U.S. armed and supported Bin Laden and the other Mujahadin – which later morphed into Al Qaeda – in the 1970s, in order to fight the Soviets.

Jimmy Carter’s National Security Adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski admitted on CNN that the U.S. organized and supported Bin Laden and the other originators of “Al Qaeda” in the 1970s to fight the Soviets. Brzezinski told Al Qaeda’s forefathers – the Mujahadin:

We know of their deep belief in God – that they’re confident that their struggle will succeed. That land over – there is yours – and you’ll go back to it some day, because your fight will prevail, and you’ll have your homes, your mosques, back again, because your cause is right, and God is on your side.

CIA director and Secretary of Defense Robert Gates confirmed in his memoir that the U.S. backed the Mujahadin in the 1970s.

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton agrees:

MSNBC reported in 1998:

As his unclassified CIA biography states, bin Laden left Saudi Arabia to fight the Soviet army in Afghanistan after Moscow’s invasion in 1979. By 1984, he was running a front organization known as Maktab al-Khidamar – the MAK – which funneled money, arms and fighters from the outside world into the Afghan war.

What the CIA bio conveniently fails to specify (in its unclassified form, at least) is that the MAK was nurtured by Pakistan’s state security services, the Inter-Services Intelligence agency, or ISI, the CIA’s primary conduit for conducting the covert war against Moscow’s occupation.


The CIA, concerned about the factionalism of Afghanistan … found that Arab zealots who flocked to aid the Afghans were easier to “read” than the rivalry-ridden natives. While the Arab volunteers might well prove troublesome later, the agency reasoned, they at least were one-dimensionally anti-Soviet for now. So bin Laden, along with a small group of Islamic militants from Egypt, Pakistan, Lebanon, Syria and Palestinian refugee camps all over the Middle East, became the “reliable” partners of the CIA in its war against Moscow.


To this day, those involved in the decision to give the Afghan rebels access to a fortune in covert funding and top-level combat weaponry continue to defend that move in the context of the Cold War. Sen. Orrin Hatch, a senior Republican on the Senate Intelligence Committee making those decisions, told my colleague Robert Windrem that he would make the same call again today even knowing what bin Laden would do subsequently. “It was worth it,” he said.

“Those were very important, pivotal matters that played an important role in the downfall of the Soviet Union,” he said.

Indeed, the U.S. started backing Al Qaeda’s forefathers even before the Soviets invaded Afghanistan. As Brzezinski told Le Nouvel Observateur in a 1998 interview:

Question: The former director of the CIA, Robert Gates, stated in his memoirs [“From the Shadows”], that American intelligence services began to aid the Mujahadeen in Afghanistan 6 months before the Soviet intervention. In this period you were the national security adviser to President Carter. You therefore played a role in this affair. Is that correct?Brzezinski: Yes. According to the official version of history, CIA aid to the Mujahadeen began during 1980, that is to say, after the Soviet army invaded Afghanistan, 24 Dec 1979. But the reality, secretly guarded until now, is completely otherwise Indeed, it was July 3, 1979 that President Carter signed the first directive for secret aid to the opponents of the pro-Soviet regime in Kabul. And that very day, I wrote a note to the president in which I explained to him that in my opinion this aid was going to induce a Soviet military intervention.

Q: And neither do you regret having supported the Islamic fundamentalism, having given arms and advice to future terrorists?

B: What is most important to the history of the world? The Taliban or the collapse of the Soviet empire? Some stirred-up Moslems or the liberation of Central Europe and the end of the cold war?

The Washington Post reported in 2002:

The United States spent millions of dollars to supply Afghan schoolchildren with textbooks filled with violent images and militant Islamic teachings ….

The primers, which were filled with talk of jihad and featured drawings of guns, bullets, soldiers and mines, have served since then as the Afghan school system’s core curriculum. Even the Taliban used the American-produced books ….

The Council on Foreign Relations notes:

The 9/11 Commission report (PDF) released in 2004 said some of Pakistan’s religious schools or madrassas served as “incubators for violent extremism.” Since then, there has been much debate over madrassas and their connection to militancy.


New madrassas sprouted, funded and supported by Saudi Arabia and U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, where students were encouraged to join the Afghan resistance.

And see this.

Veteran journalist Robert Dreyfuss writes:

For half a century the United States and many of its allies saw what I call the “Islamic right” as convenient partners in the Cold War.


In the decades before 9/11, hard-core activists and organizations among Muslim fundamentalists on the far right were often viewed as allies for two reasons, because they were seen a fierce anti-communists and because the opposed secular nationalists such as Egypt’s Gamal Abdel Nasser, Iran’s Mohammed Mossadegh.


By the end of the 1950s, rather than allying itself with the secular forces of progress in the Middle East and the Arab world, the United States found itself in league with Saudi Arabia’s Islamist legions. Choosing Saudi Arabia over Nasser’s Egypt was probably the single biggest mistake the United States has ever made in the Middle East.

A second big mistake … occurred in the 1970s, when, at the height of the Cold War and the struggle for control of the Middle East, the United States either supported or acquiesced in the rapid growth of Islamic right in countries from Egypt to Afghanistan. In Egypt, Anwar Sadat brought the Muslim Brotherhood back to Egypt. In Syria, the United States, Israel, and Jordan supported the Muslim Brotherhood in a civil war against Syria. And … Israel quietly backed Ahmed Yassin and the Muslim Brotherhood in the West Bank and Gaza, leading to the establishment of Hamas.

Still another major mistake was the fantasy that Islam would penetrate the USSR and unravel the Soviet Union in Asia. It led to America’s support for the jihadists in Afghanistan. But … America’s alliance with the Afghan Islamists long predated the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in 1979 and had its roots in CIA activity in Afghanistan in the 1960s and in the early and mid-1970s. The Afghan jihad spawned civil war in Afghanistan in the late 1980s, gave rise to the Taliban, and got Osama bin Laden started on building Al Qaeda.

Would the Islamic right have existed without U.S. support? Of course. This is not a book for the conspiracy-minded. But there is no question that the virulence of the movement that we now confront—and which confronts many of the countries in the region, too, from Algeria to India and beyond—would have been significantly less had the United States made other choices during the Cold War.

In other words, if the U.S. and our allies hadn’t backed the radical violent Muslims instead of more stable, peaceful groups in the Middle East, radical Islam wouldn’t have grown so large.

Pakistani nuclear scientist and peace activist Perez Hoodbhoy writes:

Every religion, including Islam, has its crazed fanatics. Few in numbers and small in strength, they can properly be assigned to the “loony” section. This was true for Islam as well until 1979, the year of the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. Indeed, there may well have been no 911 but for this game-changer.


Officials like Richard Perle, Assistant Secretary of Defense, immediately saw Afghanistan not as the locale of a harsh and dangerous conflict to be ended but as a place to teach the Russians a lesson. Such “bleeders” became the most influential people in Washington .


The task of creating such solidarity fell upon Saudi Arabia, together with other conservative Arab monarchies. This duty was accepted readily and they quickly made the Afghan Jihad their central cause…. But still more importantly, to go heart and soul for jihad was crucial at a time when Saudi legitimacy as the guardians of Islam was under strong challenge by Iran, which pointed to the continued occupation of Palestine by America’s partner, Israel. An increasing number of Saudis were becoming disaffected by the House of Saud – its corruption, self-indulgence, repression, and closeness to the US. Therefore, the Jihad in Afghanistan provided an excellent outlet for the growing number of militant Sunni activists in Saudi Arabia, and a way to deal with the daily taunts of the Iranian clergy.


The bleeders soon organized and armed the Great Global Jihad, funded by Saudi Arabia, and executed by Pakistan. A powerful magnet for militant Sunni activists was created by the US. The most hardened and ideologically dedicated men were sought on the logic that they would be the best fighters. Advertisements, paid for from CIA funds, were placed in newspapers and newsletters around the world offering inducements and motivations to join the Jihad.

American universities produced books for Afghan children that extolled the virtues of jihad and of killing communists. Readers browsing through book bazaars in Rawalpindi and Peshawar can, even today, sometimes find textbooks produced as part of the series underwritten by a USAID $50 million grant to the University of Nebraska in the 1980’s . These textbooks sought to counterbalance Marxism through creating enthusiasm in Islamic militancy. They exhorted Afghan children to “pluck out the eyes of the Soviet enemy and cut off his legs”. Years after the books were first printed they were approved by the Taliban for use in madrassas – a stamp of their ideological correctness and they are still widely available in both Afghanistan and Pakistan.

At the international level, Radical Islam went into overdrive as its superpower ally, the United States, funneled support to the mujahideen. Ronald Reagan feted jihadist leaders on the White House lawn, and the U.S. press lionized them.

And the chief of the visa section at the U.S. consulate in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia (J. Michael Springmann, who is now an attorney in private practice) says that the CIA insisted that visas be issued to Afghanis so they could travel to the U.S. to be trained in terrorism in the United States, and then sent back to Afghanistan to fight the Soviets.

CIA Trained Ramzi Yousef and Other Key Terrorists

Moreover, Jane’s Defense Weekly – a respected and widely-cited British military journal – reported in October 2001 that Ramzi Yousef and the other World Trade Center bombers were trained by the CIA and ISI (via the Internet Archive):

Pakistan’s sinister Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) remains the key to providing accurate information to the US-led alliance in its war against Osama bin Laden and his Taliban hosts in Afghanistan. Known as Pakistan’s ‘secret army’ and ‘invisible government’, its shadowy past is linked to political assassinations and the smuggling of narcotics as well as nuclear and missile components.


The ISI chief, Lt Gen Mahmood Ahmed, who was visiting Washington when New York and the Pentagon were attacked, agreed to share desperately needed information about the Taliban with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and other US security officials. The CIA has well-established links with the ISI, having trained it in the 1980s to ‘run’ Afghan mujahideen (holy Muslim warriors), Islamic fundamentalists from Pakistan as well as Arab volunteers by providing them with arms and logistic support to evict the Soviet occupation of Kabul.


After the ignominious Soviet withdrawal from Kabul in 1989 the ISI, determined to achieve its aim of extending Pakistan’s ‘strategic depth’ and creating an Islamic Caliphate by controlling Afghanistan and the Central Asian Republics, began sponsoring a little-known Pathan student movement in Kandhar that emerged as the Taliban. The ISI used funds from Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto’s federal government and from overseas Islamic remittances to enrol graduates from thousands of madrassahs (Muslim seminaries) across Pakistan to bolster the Taliban (Islamic students), who were led by the reclusive Mullah Muhammad Omar. Thereafter, through a ruthless combination of bribing Afghanistan’s ruling tribal coalition (which was riven with internecine rivalry), guerrilla tactics and military support the ISI installed the Taliban regime in Kabul in 1996. It then helped to extend its control over 95 per cent of the war-torn country and bolster its military capabilities. The ISI is believed to have posted additional operatives in Afghanistan just before the 11 September attacks in the US. Along with Osama bin Laden, intelligence sources say a number of other infamous names emerged from the 1980s ISI-CIA collaboration in Afghanistan. These included Mir Aimal Kansi, who assassinated two CIA officers outside their office in Langley, Virginia, in 1993, Ramzi Yousef and his accomplices involved in the New York World Trade Center bombing five years later as well as a host of powerful international narcotics smugglers.

Ramzi Yousef was not only the mastermind of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, but also a key member of the Bojinka Plot … the blueprint for 9/11. And see this.


As professor of strategy at the Naval War College and former National Security Agency intelligence analyst and counterintelligence officer John R. Schindler documents, the U.S. supported Bin Laden and other Al Qaeda terrorists in Bosnia.

U.S. Let Al Qaeda Escape After 9/11

Whatever its origins, you would think – at the least – the U.S. hammered Al Qaeda after 9/11.

In reality:

We Support Saudi Arabia and Other Sponsors of Terrorism

We noted above that Saudi Arabia is backing the ISIS terrorists.  The Saudi monarchy is one of the most brutal dictatorships in the world, and yet the U.S. has been heavily backing it for decades.

The Saudis support the most extreme strain of Islamic terrorism, and may well have backed the 9/11 hijackers And see this.

The U.S. also heavily backs the other supporters of the ISIS terrorists, including Qatar, Jordan, Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, and Turkey.  In other words, we back direct sponsors of terrorists.

Conclusion: A Long Legacy of Backing Evil

57 years ago, the U.S. and Britain approved the use of Islamic extremists – including the Muslim Brotherhood – in Syria.

According to NBC News, the U.S. and Israel are supporting terrorists in Iran.

And the U.S. intentionally armed Al Qaeda in Libya. Our backing of Sunni extremists in Libya led to attacks on our embassies in Libya and Tunisia.

The bottom line, sadly, is that the U.S. has backed the world’s most dangerous and radical Muslim terrorists for decades. And see this.

Postscript: A former high-level Al Qaeda commander has repeatedly alleged that ISIS works for the CIA.

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  • Ken

    I guess No one can see signs of the time, the End of Evil, will be Destroyed in one Day.

  • John

    Little children having their heads cut off.
    The blood of these innocent Christians is on Obama’s hands.
    The Beast is rising. “666”

  • Christopher Bollyn is an excellent journalist, he actually researches things:

    The Downing of MH17 – Is Israel Involved?

    He [Pinhas Lavon] inspired and cultivated the negative adventuristic trend in the army and preached the doctrine that not the Arab countries but the Western Powers are the enemy, and the only way to deter them from their plots is through direct actions that will terrorize them.

    [Shimon] Peres shares the same ideology [as Lavon]: he wants to frighten the West into supporting Israel’s aims.

    – Moshe Sharett, Israel’s Prime Minister and Foreign Minister, 1955

    The evidence suggests that Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 was shot down by a fighter jet at 33,000 feet. Who could be behind such a dastardly plot? Is this a false-flag operation with a twist?

    We know that members of the Israeli military led the violent overthrow of the elected government of Ukraine in February 2014, and we know that Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 was shot down while flying through the air traffic control region of Dnepropetrovsk, where the governor, Igor Kolomoisky, happens to be an Israeli billionaire involved in aviation companies. Furthermore, Yaron Mofaz, a relative of Shaul Mofaz, former chief of staff of the Israeli military, oddly took a photograph of the ill-fated Malaysian plane at the airport in Amsterdam shortly before it was shot down, which he then provided to Reuters.

    • Ranger

      Of course Israhell is invloved! They are not involved they are conducting.

  • Party Like 1999

    The Sunni (ISIS) deathsquads are Washington’s most successful covert operation since the VIet Cong.
    ISIS is run out of a Centcom-CIA bunker in Jordan. It is equipped with ultra secure NATO communications and control gear that most NATO countries don’t even have access to.

    • Bob Mac

      Hello, you seem to know a little more than I , and I wish to become more edified. Please send me some links on ISIS and other such groups we manage. I am a Guard officer, (inactive), and in spring 2001 I was informed there was a terrorist group operating her in New York City. We confirmed this, What really surprised all my informants was, this terror group was not one of those under our own control, like most are.

      • Party Like 1999

        A good link to start with is…

        ISIS is run by Obama


        ISIS used to be called the Free Syria Army. Hillary Clinton founded FSA Al Qaeda based group in 2012.


        Senator John McCain met with ISIS fighters at a CIA base in Syria after sneaking across the border of Syria in 2013.


        ISIS ground operations in Syria and it’s current invasion of Iraq are directed from a CENTCOM-CIA base in Jordan that Congress has voted twice to fund so far in 2014.


        Everything the corporate US media reports about ISIS is either a lie or a distortion.


        If ISIS has units in the CONUS, it is likey they are directed by Obama in coordination with the Departments of Justice, Homeland, Defence, and State and CIA.


        ISIS did not magically appear out of thin air in Syria.


        Obama is waging at least THREE illegal wars using irregular infantry masquerading as “stateless muslim terrorists” Obama has “bi-partisan” political cover to engage in this criminal acitvity.

        Good luck with your investigagtions because the people you need to investigate are utterly contemptuous of all but a few international criminals and gangsters. The people at the top of the neo-con neo-lib pyramid view themselves as a bullet-proof break-away elite, immune from mere mortals.

  • Nam Marine

    WOW ………Really? Next you will tell me the sky is blue and water is wet !

    • Ranger

      You know better than that. The sky is orange, and water is dry. Up is down, and right is wrong.

      Get with the times. Corruption is legal, Truth is death.

  • Nam Marine

    Just a heads up folks………….God wins, Muslims and the Devil lose !

    • Ranger

      Books don’t always end as written.

    • not authorized

      Just a heads up. God does not agree with your attitude. God wins, but it will be a prismatic win.

      Love Comes from God
      …19We love, because He first loved us. 20If
      someone says, “I love God,” and hates his brother, he is a liar; for
      the one who does not love his brother whom he has seen, cannot love God
      whom he has not seen. 21And this commandment we have from Him, that the one who loves God should love his brother also.

  • Arizona

    WHEN,the US military attacked KENT STATE UNIVERSITY,and opened fire on the students,THE ENTIRE MILITARY should have been dismantled and everyone at the top HANGED FOR TREASON,but not in a country of butt kissers,now you’ll wished you had………..


    This is partly to be blamed of the teaching of being a passive, meek, bend over to evil tyranny Christian. that is taught today by missionaries, pastor and tele-vengelist.Jesus said if you did not have a sword, sell your cloak and buy one. He
    did not say that for you to hunt wild boar , deer or turkeys. He said
    that so you can defend yourself. And yes, defend yourself from these mindless satan worshiping pedophiles who worship a false god. I would like to know how many armed Christian’s have thwarted the evil, despicable, cowardliness Muslims. i wonder how successful these psychopaths would be in NC.

    • banana breath

      fight back for what? A nation that still rejects God? That’s what determines whether our enemies fall, not your determination to defend yourself.

      • Ranger

        God has definitely turned his back to this soured and spoiled nation.

  • Anni Mock

    Isaiah 13:18King James Version (KJV)

    18 Their bows also shall dash the young men to pieces; and they shall have no pity on the fruit of the womb; their eyes shall not spare children.

  • Ranger

    The headline should read: “Did You Know Our Public People are Dumb As A Bag of Hammers”?

    Here you have the American people mad and up in arms about a few children murdered for sake of an invisible man, by others who are mad that they don’t believe in their invisible man, so they kill those who do not support their invisible man. And they are ready to string up a small tiny group of radicals.

    Yet!! Their nation, their own government of the United States of America Corporation, is currently roaming the earth going from country to country invading them and killing MILLIONS of woman and children, but not a fucking peep out of the insane public scholars about the murderous actions of their beloved celebrity politicians.

    There are no Gospel Christians left, only a very select few. The other 97% of so-called Christians, are Corporate Christians, involved in Corporate Churches who bring in Millions of money in tithes, yet onyl give back to the public Hundreds in community support.

    God more than likely laughs at what this nation calls Christianity. Then, he sobs in sadness at the utter stupidity that has become of his creation.

    • not authorized

      The “old man” is giggling. 😉

  • Bob Mac

    Don’t forget who overthrew the governments of Iraq and Libya, and is still trying to overthrow Syria. Any dictator who has oil or proviced a pipeline route to profits is fair game. We started the Taliban, Jihad, and now ISIS. We always do this. Jesus never forgave one kind of sinner, the hypocrite, and those hypocrites he attacked two thousand years ago, when he overturned the money-changers’ tables in the Temple, well they have never forgiven him either. If you know who owns and controls our entire mass media things would start to make sense.

  • Walt

    Don’t forget Shariaya compliant banks, wells FArgo is one, Shariya compliant companies, coca cola is one. Percentage of holdings go to support shariya causes. Incidentally, what does Islam teach about homosexuality, or abortion?


    General Wesley Clark: Wars Were Planned – Seven Countries In Five Years

    “This is a memo that describes how we’re going to take out seven countries in five years, starting with Iraq, and then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and, finishing off, Iran.” I said, “Is it classified?” He said, “Yes, sir.” I said, “Well, don’t show it to me.” And I saw him a year or so ago, and I said, “You remember that?” He said, “Sir, I didn’t show you that memo! I didn’t show it to you!”

  • jadan

    I don’t believe Americans are Christians in the fundamentalist sense of say, Pat Robertson, and other Bible thumpers. who see the hand of God controlling events. This country was never defined by its founders as a “Christian nation”. They did not put “In God We trust” on the money. This country was born in the “Enlightenment” and gave rise to such concepts as the separation of church and state and the autonomous, self-defining individual, free of religious authority telling him/her how to think. The American people theoretically control the course of events, not God, who sits back in his heaven, observing his creation dispassionately.

    This country was designed by and for free individuals, not for slaves of religion. ISIS, which is a resurgence of the ancient Caliphate, once known as the Ottoman Empire, is a theocracy. Religion is barbaric and it should be no shock to anyone that the ISIS people are a crowd of murdering terrorists. But let’s not be self-righteous and let’s admit that the Christian religion is soaked in blood and murdered babies. The state of Israel was built on terror and murder of innocents. This is how it is with founders of states and empires. Ours was a little different. We murdered Indians and enslaved Africans. But we were trying to get off the historical merry-go-round. We are, or were, Enlightened. The rebirth of ancient Christian zealotry is a step backwards into an unenlightened past. That’s where the Bush Crusaders have led us.

    If ISIS is killing Christians, it is not because they call themselves Christians that we should care, but because they are human beings in need of protection. In the dark past, they would have been slaughtered almost without comment. That we even notice and care is a sign that we are no longer in that dark past. There is no “crusade” or “clash of civilizations”, as happens in the minds of stupid people like G. W. Bush et alia. This is a liberal point of view. The conservative, queer hating Christians who rail against “liberals” and shout about the need to shove religious dogma up the asses of other people, these are the barbarians who would lead us backwards. They have signs on their lawns: “We stand with Israel” and they are happy to cheer the death of innocents. They are not the majority, even though one might be confused on this point when watching the media. The media stresses fundamentalism here, as it does over there. It’s a useful strategy by those who find religion to be a useful tool.

    The enemy is militarism and war, which recruits religion into its service. ISIS is a group of fanatics. Fanaticism is the enemy, whether Christian, Jewish, or Muslim.

  • Jukka-Emil Vanaja

    “Isis has proven itself to be perhaps the most horrifying terrorist organization of our time”, commented Erkki Tuomioja, foreign minister of Finland, also voicing full support to an Iraqi government approved UN intervention.

    While it is about as influential as a sack of wet mice in global power politics, this comment comes from the famously pacifistic and leftist foreign minister of a very peacenik nation, and as such is exemplary of how public opinion is turning steeply against the actions of the ISIS movement. Even the doves are awakening to this crisis. Let’s hope something comes it, without Chinese and Russian sabotage of security council decisions.

    • Party Like 1999

      ISIS is run by Obama and his Anglo-Israeli-Arab alliance.
      ISIS used to be called the Free Syrian Army.
      ISIS was on the verge of defeat by Assad and Hezbollah until a desperate Anglo-Israeli-Arab alliance made a decision to redirect their irregular ISIS forces and illegally invade yet another country… Iraq.
      Obama’s goal now is to pretend to be fighting ISIS while actually helping conduct a sectarian and ethnic genocide in Iraq for the purpose of stealing land and setting up a sham “Kurd” state bordering Iran.

      What the hapless Finn is advocating will actually lead to a far larger war in the mIddle east and global nuclear war.
      A small group of “bi-partisan” criminals in Washington need to be arrested to avoid a slaughter. Not more fantasy “humanitarian” interventions.

      • Jukka-Emil Vanaja

        While I do not doubt that Washington has its share of rats, I still see the possibility of a positive outcome through concerted effort, mostly by peoples who are not directly involved in the “great game”. Small EU countries, African, south-east Asian and south-American countries and other uninvolved nations could still form a peacekeeping force to back the standing Iraqi government, that could yield positive results. As for global nuclear war, I remain unconvinced due to the global insignifigance of the bellingerents. Instead, I expect a global bickering race of veto after veto in the UN security council.

        And of course, it would require significant genuine commitment from the nations involved in the peacekeeping force, which is like to be difficult to come by in these times of financial austerity. Regardless, I do not see reason to expect a global escalation.

        • Party Like 1999

          I’m not optimistic at all. Small nations, their elites and conniving military leaders have proven far more willing to take Washington’s unlimited dollar based bribes than ever before. Unlike the now paltry bribes paid out in the 1980’s, their desktop computers allow limiltless billion dollar bribes to be funded out of the New York FED reserve bank. But thank you for your reasoned response. You have to learn to grasp how truly psychotic the US elite are. They have gotten away with so much.

  • Irv Spielberg

    USA Now Headless !

    Obama seems to think we’re on the
    cutting edge of history. Does he have in mind the predicted beheadings
    (Rev. 20:4) that are increasing? Obama may feel he’d never be targeted
    by ISIS. But isn’t he afraid they’ll soon conclude he doesn’t have a
    good head on his shoulders? (For more on you-know-who, Google “The
    Background Obama Can’t Cover Up.”)

  • Freeway1

    The United States is a state-sponsor of terrorism for supporting Al-Qaeda and ISIS in Syria.

  • Ziad K Abdelnour

    On a wider scale, Iran will be tempted to invade Iraq thus turning this
    into a major international crisis as Russia and even China will be
    backing Iran since both countries have boiling Islamic militant problems
    especially Sunni in their background. This will be their “War on
    Terror” which Washington will have practically no moral grounds to

    Ziad Abdelnour

  • todd

    in the bible, what does it say about Christians who are or were persecuted? does any know? if u don’t know, how can u rant and rave about these stories? I believe ur caught up in the world, politics and the hatred that goes with it. so, worry not about worldly affairs, get right with God. that means more than saying some words or going to church. wow. u will hopefully turn from the hatred that politics and emails and patriotism (or lack of) by the way, when the apostles were getting beheaded, or killed in ways just like today. what did they say to do?????? sorry, I can’t tell you. try picking up your bible. u know the black book u dust off once a week when u go to church. if u don’t go to church, well, either way one must repent, but u must know what to repent from. that’s where God’s (how to live your life) Bible comes into play. it’s written for us by God. read it.
    stop hating other people. that’s the story of the bible in a nut shell.

    • tasharina1

      So, you think giving some truthful information is hateful? You certainly seem to think you are in a position to judge others, you don’t even know, and tell them to read the bible, go to church and repent after saying that doing that doesn’t mean you are right with God, which is correct.
      You seem to be caught up with the idea of hate and hating, but how about showing some love?

      You seem to have picked up the man made idea that pointing out the truth of the evil people do is hating on them. That is our duty, to be able to tell the difference between good and evil and not remain silent when evil is being done to our Father in Heaven’s children. But, the author of this blog didn’t even do that. He just gave us some historical facts of America and our ally’s part in this whole mess and left each of us to interpret that information. You are the one who interpreted that as hateful. I interpret it as being loving and concerned enough to give us this information, even though it may put him in peril.

      What concerns me about your blog, is that in your zeal to help other’s salvation, you are endangering your own. It sounds to me that you feel so secure in your own salvation, that now you can judge that others need saving and how they should do it. I do understand your concern for others, but if you want to really help then you tell about your salvation and what you did to obtain it and let others look inside themselves if they want to. The only thing we are responsible for and have the ability to change is our own souls.

      For myself, it takes a lot of paying attention to what I think and say every day. I have to watch for the dark thoughts and ideas that are constantly making their way into my being that I then have to reject and ask my Father’s help to get rid of them. Sometimes, I wait for my thoughts to hurt me before I notice them and it is a constant vigil. I never feel assured of my salvation since I am a flawed human, constantly fighting the corruption that wants to occupy my soul. When I find myself judging others I know that is because there is something about myself I don’t want to bother to notice because then I have to work on it. It is exhausting and painful to look inside and see things I don’t like and have to own them, ask my Father to forgive me, then the hardest part, to forgive myself.

      About the nut shell. Our souls are the shells inside of us, the nuts. We have to constantly be cracking ourselves open to get to the shell with the seed of the Father inside us.


        Spot on you have that 100% correct, none of us know where we are going, and all we can do is our best, and one cannot say what another ones best is for that matter. It’s no wonder the Atheist movement is so strong.. Nobody can say because nobody is the judge of that or really knows all the answers for everyone else.

        • tasharina1

          Thank you for reading my long and tedious post and your encouragement to me. I wrote this a year ago, which came from my heart and soul. So sometimes when I look back on what came out of me and that it touched someone else who understood it, it pleasantly surprises me.

  • bob

    Saudi Arabia and Qatar have driven and funded the war in Syria, they brought in Sunni mercenaries from Saudi/Libya/Chad/Chechnya/Tunis/Morocco etc., and armed them with weapons, initially from Libya, but since with more serious weapons like recoilless field artillery and anti tank weapons from places such as Croatia via Turkish distribution routes.
    They have funded the violence and are wanting to see the Shia and Christians destroyed in Syria, which the Sunni mercenary outsiders do with a hideous violence that comes from being not part of the Syrian society.
    The Saudi’s are aiming to gain control with a proxy Sunni government as they want north Syria as a oil pipeline route that would allow them direct access to Europe with a willing Turkish partner, who also want a chunk of north Syria. The Saudis, Qataris and Turkish leaders should all face facilitating and responsibility for mass ethnic murder charges in the Hague and be tried, but it will never happen, as USA supports all these corrupt and violently repressive regimes.

  • Kiumars

    Do you remember what you did to Iran in 1979 ? Most of you prefer to call the Islamic devolution a grass root movement ,but was it really? So just by accident during the staged up-rise in Iran the whole region all of a sudden became fundamentalist ?!!! I am glad that finally you have a taste of what you prescribed for us in middle east !

  • edl

    islam before 1979 was not innocent either.
    why just islam,christianity too. both of these religions have wiped out entire cultures.


      Well I am pretty sure every place had done something at some time in the past and governments have been known to be corrupted before. But when innocents get murdered it bothers people, and I think that is part of the plan.. to encourage more war, I would not put it past those people to bomb their own country just to reach someone that was coming at them.

      • edl

        let me put it this way.
        hindus have provided sanctuary to Zoroastrians escaping islamic invasion of iran,nasiri christians and jews too.
        then we have proof of a particular person named xavier and 3 other pastors of harassing,maiming,murdering etc heathens in goa(india) under catholic rule of portugal.
        can u imagine that afghanistan was once a buddhist majority country such that muslims started calling idols as ‘buť’ from buddha. the wipeout was so complete , we find it difficult to even believe that buddhism was present there at all.
        if i started writing here the names of non muslim structures it will take me days.

        • LEOOHKIYVT

          Yes I know what your saying, Many of o here now are not maniacs anymore it took a long time to correct things, All of these current messes are trying only to encourage going ‘backwards’. All religions have had maniacs that twisted certain verses to use as some weapon against others there is no doubt about that. We cannot keep going back to revenge and then back again to revenge over and over it solves nothing like sibling rivalry. Sometimes siblings need to agree to disagree and live ‘apart’ I think it is the only answer in reality for modern Christians VS today’s Islams. We cannot make compromises when one wants All many of us just do not even think the current government should exist it is a flawed structure that need reinventing. There is too much complexity for it to even make sense anymore. America should now be a CLOSED country and more strict on who enters here, Not out of cruelty but even out of respect for the Islams if they want respect in reality they need to see we cannot coexist, And we need rid the current structure and reinvent it, and anyone that is currently Islamic needs to accept they must take a risk of their fate to come here and reject Islam, it is not really a matter of a few GOOD ones anymore, It is a matter of TRUST and we no longer trust it can encourage GOOD thinking, So bless those who dare leave it, The ones who wish to stay should have their place away from us and our challenges here exist as well we should work here focus here first and foremost from now on. But that is my answer how I would solve it.

  • Pete

    Yeah, it sucks. But, if i was the us govt, i wouldn’t have played it much different. I might’ve gotten out of ‘nam a bit earlier, but not much that affects this situation. Don’t forget, the jews helped end a world war and the jihadists helped end the cold war. What are you going to do now, go isolationist and increase the resulting power vacuum? That’d be pretty dumb.