Mc Cain and djihadists, at home!

  1. maxoxam41 profile image80
    maxoxam41posted 2 years ago … -5985b.jpg  How is it that he seems so peaceful? Is it collusion? If the US are so detested why is it that they are free to move wherever with those djihadists?
    Your opinions?

    1. Writer Fox profile image82
      Writer Foxposted 2 years ago in reply to this

      That picture came from an article written by Thierry Meyssan, the guy who claims a missile hit the Pentagon instead of a plane during the 9/11 attacks.  He also claims that the U.S. is trying to assassinate him. In the article he says that Abu Bakr al Baghadi, the Houdini of Iraq, is a Mossad agent.

      Not much credibility there.

      1. maxoxam41 profile image80
        maxoxam41posted 2 years ago in reply to this

        Why would you assert it? What are you basing your judgment upon?
        Meyssan wasn't the only one who asserted it. The Spaniard Polytechnic school investigated and reached the same conclusion. Former military men agreed upon the veracity of the fact.
        An American independent journalist died few months ago because he was on the verge of publishing a controversial book. Few years ago, the same got a general demoted for his revelations. In way, Meyssan's allegations are ludicrous?
        Then what does have credibility? Mainstream media?
        When Mississipi was openly racist, when it killed 3 young activists, black men were enrolled to spy on "their brothers", again in what way, the Houdini of Iraq couldn't be mossad? Corruption doesn't exist in your world? Congress, the executive are corrupt... but Al Baghadi... NEVER... You understand my point.
        What does count the picture or the source? I would NEVER be in Iraq, Syria, Libya at the moment fearing reprisals but Mac Cain, a man that symbolizes radicalism can.