NOW Can We Admit the War On Terror Has Failed?

In the wake of the terror attacks in England, France, Germany and elsewhere, can we finally admit that the war on terror is an utter and complete failure?

10 Ways to Reduce Terrorism

So if the war on terror has failed, what should we do to stop terrorists?

I. Stop Overthrowing the Moderates and Arming Crazies

We know it’s a difficult concept to grasp, but if we want to stop terrorism we should – (wait for it) – stop supporting terrorists.

Specifically, we’re arming the most violent radicals in the Middle East, as part of a really stupid geopolitical strategy to overthrow leaders we don’t like (more details below). And see this, this, this, this and this.

We’re directly arming and supporting folks who are committing summary execution, torture, kidnapping, and imposing Sharia law at the point of the gun.

But – strangely – we’re overthrowing the moderate Arabs who stabilized the region and denied jihadis a foothold.

U.S. allies are directly responsible for creating and supplying ISIS.

If we want to stop terrorism, we need to stop supporting the terrorists.

II. Stop Supporting the Dictators Who Fund Terrorists

Saudi Arabia is the world’s largest sponsor of radical Islamic terrorists. The Saudis have backed ISIS and many other brutal terrorist groups. And the most pro-ISIS tweets allegedly come from Saudi Arabia.

According to sworn declarations from a 9/11 Commissioner and the Co-Chair of the Congressional Inquiry Into 9/11, the Saudi government backed the 9/11 hijackers (see section VII for details). And declassified documents only amplify those connections. And the new Saudi king has ties to Al Qaeda, Bin Laden and Islamic terrorism.

Saudi Arabia is the hotbed of the most radical Muslim terrorists in the world: the Salafis (both ISIS and Al Qaeda are Salafis).

And the Saudis – with U.S. support – back the radical “madrassas” in which Islamic radicalism was spread.

And yet the U.S. has been supporting the Saudis militarily, with NSA intelligence and in every other way possible for 70 years. And selling them massive amounts of arms. And kept them off of the list of restricted countries for immigration.

In addition, top American terrorism experts say that U.S. support for brutal and tyrannical countries in the Middle east – like Saudi Arabia – is one of the top motivators for Arab terrorists.

U.S. and NATO-supported Turkey is also massively supporting ISIS, provided chemical weapons used in the massacre of civilians, and has been bombing ISIS’ main on-the-ground enemy – Kurdish soldiers – using its air force.

The U.S.-backed dictatorships in Qatar and Bahrain also massively fund ISIS.

And the U.S. and Saudis are apparently committing repeated war crimes in Yemen … which will only fan the flames of terrorism.

So if we stop supporting the tyrannies in Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Qatar and Bahrain, we’ll get a two-fold reduction in terror:

(1) We’ll undermine the main terrorism supporters

And …

(2) We’ll take away one of the main motivations driving terrorists: our support for the most repressive, brutal Arab dictatorships

III. Stop Bombing and Invading When a Negotiated Settlement Is Offered

The U.S. rejected offers by Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria to surrender … and instead proceeded to wage war against those countries.

Security experts – including both conservatives and liberals – agree that waging war in the Middle East weakens national security and increases terrorism. See this, this, this, this, this, this, this and this.

For example, James K. Feldman – former professor of decision analysis and economics at the Air Force Institute of Technology and the School of Advanced Airpower Studies – and other experts say that foreign occupation is the main cause of terrorism. University of Chicago professor Robert A. Pape – who specializes in international security affairs – agrees.

Indeed, the leaders of America and the UK were warned that the Iraq war would increase terrorism … before they pulled the trigger.

Negotiating peaceful deals whenever possible will drain the swamp of terrorists created by war and invasion.

IV. Prioritize Stopping Terrorists Over Stopping the “Shia Crescent”

As the actions towards Syria by America and its allies clearly demonstrate, our politicians are focused on curbing Russian and Iranian geopolitical influence much more than actually stopping ISIS and other terrorists.

The U.S. has inserted itself smack dab in the middle of a religious war … choosing violent Sunni Muslims to counter the influence of Iran and the influence of Iran.

Amazingly, the U.S. military described terror attacks on the U.S. as a “small price to pay for being a superpower“:

A senior officer on the Joint Staff told State Department counter-terrorism director Sheehan he had heard terrorist strikes characterized more than once by colleagues as a “small price to pay for being a superpower”.

If we want to stop terrorism, we have to make it a priority.

V. Stop Imperial Conquests for Arab Oil

The U.S. has undertaken regime change against Arab leaders we don’t like for six decades. We overthrew the leader of Syria in 1949, Iran in 1953, Iraq twice, Afghanistan twice, Turkey, Libya … and other oil-rich countries.

Neoconservatives planned regime change throughout the Middle East and North Africa yet again in 1991.

Top American politicians admit that the Iraq war was about oil, not stopping terrorism (documents from Britain show the same thing). Much of the war on terror is really a fight for natural gas. Or to force the last few hold-outs into dollars and private central banking. For example, see this email to then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

We’ve fought the longest and most expensive wars in American history … but we’re less secure than before, and there are more terror attacks than ever (update).

Remember, Al Qaeda wasn’t even in Iraq until the U.S. invaded that country. And the West’s Iraq war directly led to the creation of ISIS.

If we want to stop terrorism, we have to stop overthrowing Arab leaders and invading Arab countries to grab their oil.

VI. Stop Drone Assassinations of Innocent Civilians

Top U.S. warfighting experts say that American drone strikes INCREASE terrorism (and see this).

And yet Trump has increased drone strikes by 432%.

If we want to stop creating new terrorists, we have to stop the drone strikes.

VII. Stop Torture

Top U.S. terrorism and interrogation experts agree that torture creates more terrorists.

Indeed, the leaders of ISIS were motivated by U.S. torture.  For example, Charlie Hebdo-murdering French terrorist Cherif Kouchi told a court in 2005 that he wasn’t radical until he learned about U.S. torture at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq.

And the Secretary of Defense any many other top military and intelligence experts say that torture doesn’t do anything to keep us safer.

If we want to stop creating new terrorists, we have to stop torturing … permanently.

VIII. Stop Mass Surveillance

Top security experts agree that mass surveillance makes us MORE vulnerable to terrorists.

Indeed, even the NSA admits that it’s collecting too MUCH information to stop terror attacks.

In virtually every recent terror attack – in Boston, Paris, San Bernadino, Orlando, etc. – the suspect was already on a terror watch list, known to authorities, previously interviewed by the FBI, or the like. They were already known to authorities.

Mass surveillance simply doesn’t keep us safer.  Indeed, instead of focusing on known bad guys and their associates, the government is flooded with surveillance data from spying on everybody. So they can’t do their job to stop terrorists.

Stop it.

IX. Stop Covering Up 9/11

Government officials agree that 9/11 was state-sponsored terrorism … they just disagree on which state was responsible.

Because 9/11 was the largest terror attack on the U.S. in history – and all of our national security strategies are based on 9/11 – we can’t stop terror until we get to the bottom of what really happened, and which state was behind it.

Many high-level American officials – including military leaders, intelligence officials and 9/11 commissioners – are dissatisfied with the 9/11 investigations to date.

The Co-Chair of the congressional investigation into 9/11 – Bob Graham – and 9/11 Commissioner and former Senator Bob Kerrey are calling for either a “permanent 9/11 commission” or a new 9/11 investigation to get to the bottom of it.

The Co-Chair of the Congressional Inquiry into 9/11 and former Head of the Senate Intelligence Committee (Bob Graham) said that the Paris terror attack, ISIS, and other terrorist developments are a result of failing to stand up to Saudi Arabia and declassify the 9/11 investigation’s report about Saudi involvement in 9/11:

The 9/11 chairs, Ron Paul, and numerous other American politicians have called for declassification, as well.

Again, others have different ideas about who was behind 9/11. But until we get to the bottom of it, terror attacks will continue.

X. Stop Doing It Ourselves

The director of the National Security Agency under Ronald Reagan – Lt. General William Odom said:

By any measure the US has long used terrorism. In ‘78-79 the Senate was trying to pass a law against international terrorism – in every version they produced, the lawyers said the US would be in violation.

(audio here).

The Washington Post reported in 2010:

The United States has long been an exporter of terrorism, according to a secret CIA analysis released Wednesday by the Web site WikiLeaks.

Wikipedia notes:

Chomsky and Herman observed that terror was concentrated in the U.S. sphere of influence in the Third World, and documented terror carried out by U.S. client states in Latin America. They observed that of ten Latin American countries that had death squads, all were U.S. client states.


They concluded that the global rise in state terror was a result of U.S. foreign policy.


In 1991, a book edited by Alexander L. George [the Graham H. Stuart Professor of Political Science Emeritus at Stanford University] also argued that other Western powers sponsored terror in Third World countries. It concluded that the U.S. and its allies were the main supporters of terrorism throughout the world.

Indeed, the U.S. has created death squads in Latin America, Iraq and Syria.

Some in the American military have intentionally tried to “out-terrorize the terrorists”. As Truthout notes:

Both [specialists Ethan McCord and Josh Stieber] say they saw their mission as a plan to “out-terrorize the terrorists,” in order to make the general populace more afraid of the Americans than they were of insurgent groups. In the interview with [Scott] Horton, Horton pressed Stieber:

“… a fellow veteran of yours from the same battalion has said that you guys had a standard operating procedure, SOP, that said – and I guess this is a reaction to some EFP attacks on y’all’s Humvees and stuff that killed some guys – that from now on if a roadside bomb goes off, IED goes off, everyone who survives the attack get out and fire in all directions at anybody who happens to be nearby … that this was actually an order from above. Is that correct? Can you, you know, verify that?

Stieber answered:

“Yeah, it was an order that came from Kauzlarich himself, and it had the philosophy that, you know, as Finkel does describe in the book, that we were under pretty constant threat, and what he leaves out is the response to that threat. But the philosophy was that if each time one of these roadside bombs went off where you don’t know who set it … the way we were told to respond was to open fire on anyone in the area, with the philosophy that that would intimidate them, to be proactive in stopping people from making these bombs …”

Terrorism is defined as:

The use of violence and threats to intimidate or coerce, especially for political purposes.

So McCord and Stieber are correct: this constitutes terrorism by American forces in Iraq. And American officials have admitted that the U.S. has engaged in numerous false flag attacks.

Indeed, many top experts – including government officials – say that America is the largest sponsor of terror in the world … largely through the work of the CIA. And see this.

Stop Throwing Bodies In the River

Defenders of current government policy say: “we have to do something to stop terrorists!”

Yes, we do …

But we must also stop doing the 10 things above which increase terrorism. We have to stop “throwing new bodies in the river.”

But the powers-that-be don’t want to change course … they gain tremendous power and influence through our current war on terror strategies.

For example, the military-complex grows rich through war … so endless war is a feature – not a bug – of our foreign policy.

Torture was about building a false justification for war.

Mass surveillance is about economic and diplomatic advantage and crushing dissent.

Supporting the most radical Muslim leaders is about oil and power … “a small price to pay” to try to dominate the world.

A leading advisor to the U.S. military – the Rand Corporation – released a study in 2008 called “How Terrorist Groups End: Lessons for Countering al Qa’ida“. The report confirms what experts have been saying for years: the war on terror is actually weakening national security (see this, this and this).

As a press release about the study states:

“Terrorists should be perceived and described as criminals, not holy warriors, and our analysis suggests that there is no battlefield solution to terrorism.”

We, the People, have to stand up and demand that our power-hungry leaders stop doing the things which give them more power … but are guaranteed to increase terrorism against us, the civilian population.

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  • David S

    America decided (twice) against Ron Paul who would have implemented everything you suggest and has been speaking in favor of such a foreign policy since the 80s. American Exceptionalism means never having to take any personal responsibility for your actions – either foreign or domestic.

    • Carl_Herman

      The “elections” are .01% selections with electronic voting machines that don’t have any physical evidence to count (hence failing to meet the definition of “election”). Corporate media lied about polling favoring Paul and the Dem’s Kucinich, and slanted all “news” to .01% selected candidates.

      So, American didn’t decide against Dr. Paul; the .01% did that.

      • David S

        True, but most Americans don’t fundamentally want freedom or liberty from my experience. Plenty do, but they are outnumbered and out shouted.

    • Tom

      The electoral system is about as real as the War on Terror and Osama bin Laden’s burial at sea. I do agree that we all are need to take responsibility, but when the mind control is creating chaos, brainwashing at full speed ahead and the sociopaths in charge are desperately trying to damage control their Wikileaks exposure…do you really think voting is legit….do you really think Ron Paul lost an honest election, twice? Voting? Its a selection process to put a four year dictator into the oval office, while they make us believe we made the choice.

      If voting worked, they wouldn’t use it.

    • Susan

      There aren’t enough intelligent, non-brainwashed people in the US to ever elect someone like Ron Paul who, as you said, could have begun to solve some of the US’ problems.

  • james ha

    the war on terror has failed! what? seems to me that it has achieved everything it set out to do:
    police state surveillance and the public acceptance of said police state.
    now us frogs will gradually get hotter in our slowly boiling pot of water and none of us will be the wiser.

  • RoHa

    And stop supporting Israel.

    • Lynn Walker

      Absolutely! Can’t support theft of a sovereign nation, genocide, blocking all International attempts at justice and then expect to be free of blow-back.

      However, it is foolish to think that these events occur through accident or stupidity. It is important to realize that the US government is wholly owned and controlled by European Royals and Aristocrats, with cooperation by the American Aristocracy, and that using America as a military proxy and Americans as pawns is part of the play.

      Until you decide to forcibly remove our criminal leadership there is little point in complaining about their actions.

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    • shagbargh

      Should have been tops on this list

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    • Martin

      I demand that the racist, apartheid State of Israel stop the practice of genocide against the Palestinian people that has been going on since 1948 and that the USA cease assisting them in that effort. Furthermore, Israel should be made to withdraw back to the UN Partition Plan of 1947, by force if necessary. Oh, almost forgot to mention that I am 50% Jewish.

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      • StaggerLee360

        Kissing up to the Jew-haters? You think that you’ll be safe? Think again.

      • Susan

        I’d be happy if the evil & corrupt US government stopped sending my money to Israel and all other foreign countries.

    • StaggerLee360

      Thanks for taking time away from toppling tombstones.

      • RoHa

        I don’t understand. What tombstones, and what do they have to do with this?

        • StaggerLee360

          There’s a lot you don’t understand. It comes with being ignorant.

          • RoHa

            Then please explain, O wise one. I do understand that criticism of Israeli crimes is not the same as hating Jews, but I don’t know what tombstones have to do with those crimes.

          • StaggerLee360

            Are you American? Do you know what this country even is? Have you read the Federalist Papers? Have you read Adams, Jefferson, the Founding Fathers? Or do you just like spouting off like the uneducated moron you are? In days of old, you would have lived your ignorant life in shame. Now with the internet, you can feel a part of a like-minded community of ignorant assholes. And you look for explanations here. Dying laughing. No wonder this country is in the shape it’s in.

          • RoHa

            No, I’m not American. And since the issue at hand is that of Israel and terrorism, I can’t see that it is relevant. I won’t ask you to explain it, since you are unable to explain these mysterious tombstones or do anything other than spout insults. If you do not know enough about the history of the Middle East to understand why support of Israel (a nation founded by Jewish terrorists) exacerbates terrorism, then I can only urge you to further study. There is no point in talking to you until then.

      • ProudAmerican

        When there are no Nazis and when there is no “antisemitism,” make some up.

        Yes, the rabbis were—and still are—most happy that Nazi persecution served their purposes, the advancement of Zionism and consolidation of rabbinic power and prestige. All forms of genuine antisemitism (not to be confused with the ADL/Abe Foxman variety of “anything-we-don’t-like-is-antisemitism”) have served the purposes of the rabbis. Where antisemitism has not existed, Jews have had to fabricate, fund, and foster it. Much, but not all, synagogue and grave vandalism has been perpetrated by Jews themselves.

        March 23, 2017, Jewish Bomb Threat Suspect Undermines Groups’ Narrative on Anti-Semitism by Ben Sales

        “Many Jewish groups blamed white supremacists, emboldened by Donald Trump’s campaign, for the bomb threats that have plagued Jewish institutions since the beginning of this year. It appears the groups were wrong. The news that one Jewish teen – an Israeli, no less – was behind most of the approximately 150 bomb threats that have hit Jewish community centers since the start of 2017 is a shocking twist in light of months in which the Anti-Defamation League and other groups pointed their collective finger at the far right … Jonathan Sarna, a professor of American Jewish history at Brandeis University, noted that this isn’t the first time that Jews have committed anti-Semitic acts … ‘It is a reminder that we have to be very careful before we talk about a whole wave of anti-Semitism,’ Sarna said. ”

  • joe

    Never existed in the first place…

    • Mike

      Now can we see that George W Bush/EuroRoyUS Aristocrats are the
      terrorist masterminds?
      What law enforcement authority has jurisdiction and the order by executive to
      round ’em up ?
      Is this a job for a reality TV bounty hunter….or what dadio?

      • Carl_Herman

        We’ll see. I’m as hopeful as the next sucker. But until then, it’s just another day at the “activists’ office” to do what we can.

  • diogenes

    Unfortunately for Americans and for the world, all these suggestions would interfere with the perpetual war state of the financial-military-congressional-industrial complex and gut into the profits of the one-in-a-thousand 0.1% who own it. And we can’t have that, can we?

    • Tecumseh1768

      Well “we” can, but they can’t.

  • hvaiallverden

    Good one.
    What bugs me, is the obvious derailing, both economically and the wars conducted, where the USA have wasted billions upon billions into an black hole that sucks the cash out of your country into never ending wars, and invading another mans land have never payed of in the long run, but sucks more and more racecourses as time goes by.

    The choice the USA took was to, when manufacturing went down and out, economy down and out, what was left was some large corps, whom have invested heavily into the Military Ind complex, witch is

    been institutionalized into the American mindset for so long, its becomes an law of the nature, right.

    The mind boggling exceptionalism, humped with an religious conviction of might is right, aka the neo-darwinian cargo cults babbling about survival of the fittest.

    And after decades of economic dead ends, plundering to survive was inevitable the end of you country as we knew it before, and now they find any obscure reason, if not they invent obscure reasons for intervening into other mans land, simply plundering and killing the natives and whats left, they control, all wars are rackets, you should know it by now.

    The thing is, if you look away from all this wars and plundering by the use of your Army, is only benefiting some few large corps, nobody else, if this wars never happened, instead of that, trade.
    Africa, Libya, Tunis, and so on, sits there and awaits investments, from water to infrastructure, an massive marked, the marked is even bigger in the Middle East, and thing never materialized, no, instead we got wars.
    WW 1 was about the same, Baghdad to Europa aka an f…. pipe war.
    WW 2 the same, to install Israel as an outpost for controlling the Levant, again, oil and pipes.
    And whats next WW3 for the same f…. pipe lines, one century and we still are there and making wars, and the hypocrisy is staggering, the west have no moral left, based everything on lies and forged the rest.

    I know USA will turn relatively fast, the problem is not the ability, but the will to do it.
    The sole reason for me to engage in this is just that, make peace and prosperity, hehe, not war.
    Thats it.

    Other wise, I agree, the level of shit shoveling against Trump makes it difficult to know what is the correct statements or sayings, this days when the MSM fakes everything, all the time.
    I think Trump is doing the right thing, kick out some statements, and watch what happens, hehe, and everybody goes insane, and that makes Him a bit controversial, but the positive side is that it puts the debate on fire, and to get some feed back. He isnt the problem as far I can judge, but the people in general, used to the same system for decades, the hole country incl the large corps and military, all used to the same mindset, and to turn that, to focus on the internal sides, isnt easy, when the MSM ignores it as well like the truth about the Refugees, and why we have them here in the first place.
    its an systemic break down and its not confined to just the USA, but the entire world.

    And then Trump, is so far the only man standing, we may disagree in some areas, but hell that happens to even my own wife.
    But my greatest suprice is the ability to learn.
    WE are not enemy’s, just have different platforms from where we stand and perceives

    Yeah, I would never grab an pussy without the persons consent, bu to grab balls, I just need an reason.
    8/Grab em by the balls and make em sing, and squise hard anof and they will fly like an ballerina, and then you can lead them where ever you want, they will even defy gravity.
    Just my humble advice.


    • StaggerLee360

      Drop dead, you ignorant douchebag. Peace.

    • Susan

      The US government is evil and corrupt and we intelligent Americans are well aware of that. However, there are many Americans who refuse to acknowledge this and many are so dumb that they don’t even know. Government brainwashing is very powerful and effective.

  • dave roy

    No! The question is a *Red Herring*. There is no war on terror! There is only those who war on humanity towards there demented vision of the future. Like George H W Bush stated on the *thousand points of light* . 1000’s of people through history speak of it or them. No…not jews. Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely.

    • Jo Syphus

      …but this is jew talk straight from the Talmud

      • dave roy

        Revelation 2:9 I know thy works, and tribulation, and poverty, (but thou art rich) and I know the blasphemy of them which say they are Jews, and are not, but are the synagogue of Satan.

      • StaggerLee360

        What do you know about the Talmud, you ignorant piece of shit? Dying laughing. One anti-American moron after another. You’re an absolute disgrace to this country.

    • Susan

      So true: “There is no war on terror.”

  • LeseMajeste

    Not much of anything will change until we remove the banksters from the picture. They’re the ones who have the power, not We the People.
    There’s no sane reason why a sovereign nation should be paying a penalty–interest–to borrow its own money, the Treasury should issue debt-free currency, instead of the debt-based FED notes we now have.

    • dave roy

      Agreed. I would add that fractional reserve banking and usury need to die as well. Doing stuff and contributing in some way creates wealth…money having its own income is theft.

  • Stop giving more money & power to Security State professionals in response to failure rather than success. This incentive structure encourages them to cultivate, sponsor, and allow terrorism as a way to drive greater funding and power.

  • Faris Mee

    “The war is not over until the millions killed by two Gulf Wars in Iraq are revenged.” A persistent theme of ISIS since 2003 or thereabouts.

  • Tom

    The War on Terror was never real…it is a tool, replacing the cold war and giving them their false narrative necessary to take away rights, liberty and replace the old system with a jewish New World Order. The War on Terror, War on Drugs, War on Poverty…scams to garnish control and reduce individuality and create dependence on the state. Its called communism and that’s what the real enemy is, not Muslims, not BLM, not terrorism. The enemy is already within the gate. All you have to do is study what happened to the Russian people by the International communists at the turn of the century and you’ll understand what’s happening today in America and all the developed nations.

    Since November 22nd, 1963 the USA has been ruled by an illegal regime, as a vassal state to Israel and World Zionism with the intent on creating a jewish utopia world wide using our military.

    None of this could happen without the Zionist controlled media.

  • Carl_Herman

    GW! This is outstanding and clear documentation of our “Emperor’s New Clothes” condition; thank you.

    Until we reach critical mass of factual embrace, We the People will continue to be played as tools for rogue state empire. When/if we reach critical mass, real patriots will scramble to enact lawful authority to arrest .01% “leaders” for ongoing crimes annually murdering millions in war and intentional poverty, harming billions, and looting trillions.

  • Charlie Primero
    • Tecumseh1768

      It’s covered under “stop overthrowing the moderate leaders” and “stop supporting the dictators who fund terrorists”

      • Marshalldoc

        Great, then all we need to worry about in the U.S. are the right-wing white supremacist neo-Nazis who’ve killed more folks since 9/11 than any other ideologically extremist group.

        • Tecumseh1768

          It’s not so much we need to worry about the regime we installed in Ukraine…..yet, but maybe their victims.

  • Wile E Genius

    Yay! The Hoax of Terror is over!

  • chris

    how about just STOP worrying about other people and their govts. live and let live!!!

  • Jo Syphus

    War On Terror Has Failed, but the war on foreskins is in full swing

    • StaggerLee360

      Jo Syphus takes foreskins up his ass. He’s obsessed with them,

  • Ol’ Hippy

    This has to be one of the best pieces on the troubles the US is facing. The problem is we get in our own way and end up making it worse. I didn’t see Israel mentioned but they cause as much trouble as most of the others because of their arrogant sense of entitlement, which of course for some odd reason the US supports. It’s time this nonsense ends, it just take some good leadership with a different mindset.

  • madrino

    The JudeoMasonic War OF Terror has worked just as it was planned, has been going on successfully since the 1890s and will continue to move herds of people into their pens as long as it works. WWI was great (a lie), WWII even greater (a bigger lie), and WWIII should be fabulous to get people puppets to do as they are advised (see Morals and Dogma and the war between Islam and POLITICAL Zionism (the rest of the west as opposed to true religious Zionism)). The US was manufactured for this. The UK and SIS run the show, which will be transferred to ISIS.

    • StaggerLee360

      “JudeoMasonic War OF Terror” Lunatic.

  • Susan

    Excellent article!

  • Hakimi Abdul Jabar

    I had studied the duty to prevent and punish acts of terrorism and militancy for my Bachelor of Laws from 1997-1998 and here’s my gist :


    Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has said the Al-Ma’unah cult aimed to overthrow his government and set up an Islamic state.

    He says most of the 1,800 cult members nationwide also belong to the main opposition party, Parti Islam SeMalaysia (PAS).

    ISIS has hit another military base in Iraq, this time in the town of Heet about 100 miles from Baghdad and seized more military equipment and weapons.