Who Is ISIS?

Wayne Madsen, Webster Tarpley and I – with other contributors, and editor John Leonard – wrote a book providing the answer.

Take a peek on Amazon.

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  • Nov 20, 2015 The One Thing You Need to Know About ISIS

    Americans, please wake up!


  • nomadfiles

    We have seen the enemy, and he is us.

  • Carl_Herman

    Awesome, GW; thank you. I just submitted this review:

    I’m a National Board Certified Teacher in US Government, History, and Economics (also credentialed in Mathematics), who is familiar with all the authors’ works; beginning over ten years ago with Webster Tarpley. Their documentation of objective factual evidence meets the highest professional standards, their explanations are crystal-clear, and their work heroic to reveal that .01% US “leaders” conceal ongoing policy for empire (with required criminal collusion of corporate media – including school text publishers).

    As in any historic empire, official propaganda claims the US is somehow “helping” their victims through unlawful Wars of Aggression of armed attacks, invasion, then political control through puppet governments. Of course, the US needs fictitious “bad guys” to justify war, and “terrorists” are the new “communists” of yesteryear. The facts from the authors are not disputed, as far as I professionally know; that is, the US .01% criminal empire only continues through public ignorance and paper-thin propagandistic lies of omission and commission from corporate media. This condition of having all the facts on one side and only tragic-comic propaganda on the other is best expressed by former IMF Chief Economist Simon Johnson when he explained to 30+ Emmy-winner Bill Moyers that colleagues and he can never get those defending the “big banks” to debate because Simon’s side has all the facts while the big banks’ side only has money and sound bites.

    Since the Age of the Enlightenment, the standard of being educated is to examine objective and independently verifiable evidence. These authors do so with game-changing power to catalyze public recognition of US neocolonialism. All Americans who value our Constitution and the responsibility to defend it should arm themselves with these powerful facts.

    The stakes are high: annual millions killed, billions harmed, and trillions looted.

    The game is deceptively simple to win: are you willing to stand with those of us pointing to “Emperor’s New Clothes” obvious facts until enough of the public look to see for themselves? Do you have a better use for your education?

  • sveltesvengali

    I guess now I know why you termed “Unmasking ISIS” a “chapter” in your original posting (which seemed to be a worthy attribution for such an excellent analysis, but still seemed slightly out of place as a descriptor previously). Good work!