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“The Terrorists R Us.” The Islamic State “Big Lie”

  1. maxoxam41 profile image79
    maxoxam41posted 2 years ago

    When Canadian professor Michel Chossudovsky titled his "The terrorists are us. The islamist state "big lie"" do you agree/disagree and why?
    You'll find his article below.

    "Under the auspices of the United Nations Security Council,  with president Obama chairing the Council session, the United States has called upon the international community to adopt strong measures, at national and international levels, to curtail the recruitment of Islamic State fighters.

    What is not mentioned in the media reports is that the heads of State and heads of government  who have endorsed America’s campaign against the Islamic State, advised by their respective secret services,  are fully aware that US intelligence is the unspoken architect of the Islamic State, which is part of a vast network of  US supported “jihadist” terrorist entities.  Countries are either coerced into supporting the US sponsored resolution or they are complicit in the US terror agenda.

    Lest we forget, Saudi Arabia, Qatar,  have been financing and training the ISIL terrorists on behalf of the United States.  Israel is harboring the Islamic State (ISIL) in the Golan Heights, NATO in liaison with the Turkish high command has since March 2011 been involved in coordinating the recruitment of  the jihadist fighters dispatched to Syria. Moreover, the ISIL brigades in both Syria and Iraq are integrated by Western special forces and military advisers.

    All this is known and documented, yet not a single head of state or head of government has had the courage to point to the absurdity of the US sponsored United Nations Security Council resolution, which was adopted unanimously on September 24.

    “Absurdity” is an understatement. What we are witnessing is a criminal undertaking under UN auspices.

    While international diplomacy is often based on deception, US foreign policy lies are no longer credible. What we are witnessing is a total breakdown of established diplomatic practice.   The “Forbidden Truth” is that the Islamic State is an instrument of Washington, a US ” intelligence asset”. ISIL is not an independent entity, nor is it an “outside enemy” which threatens global security, as conveyed by the Western media.

    While everybody knows this, the big lie prevails. The Lie becomes the Truth.

    The  United Nations Security Council resolution calls upon member states to “suppress the recruiting, organizing, transporting, equipping” and financing of foreign terrorist fighters,”  Specifically, the resolution points to the “the particular and urgent need to implement this resolution with respect to those foreign terrorist fighters who are associated with ISIL [Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant], ANF [Al-Nusrah Front] and other cells, affiliates, splinter groups or derivatives of Al-Qaida…” But are these not precisely the “opposition freedom fighters” trained and recruited by the Western military alliance in their quest to unseat the government of Bashar Al Assad?

    United Nations Security Council Meeting, September 24, 2014, chaired by president Obama

    The ISIL are the foot soldiers  of the Western military alliance. Their unspoken mandate is to wreck havoc and destruction in Syria and Iraq, acting on behalf of their US sponsors. The endgame is to transform countries into territories.

    John McCain with leaders of Al Qaeda entities in Syria

    Political leaders present at the UN Security Council session applauded the US counter-terrorism initiative. France’s  President Francois Hollande pointed to the fact that “terrorism has taken on another dimension, and it wants to conquer territory now.”

    Several US allies including Jordan, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar which are currently involved in supporting ISIL and Al Nusrah are now involved in the US sponsored air raids allegedly targeted against the ISIL inside Syria.

    Turkey and Jordan have borders with Syria. Saudi Arabia and Turkey have borders with Iraq.  The direct military involvement of these countries points to a scenario of escalation and sectarian warfare extending from the Mediterranean to Central Asia.

    In this regard, Turkey has already announced that it will be involved in ground operations inside Syria and Iraq. The newly-elected Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu announced (a day prior to the UN Security Council meeting) that his government will be seeking the endorsement of the Turkish Parliament to intervene militarily in both Iraq and Syria.

    What is at stake is a so-called “no fly zone” in disguise, a justification  to bomb Iraq and Syria under a counter-terrorism mandate, largely targeting the civilian population. The political architects of the Islamic State including president Obama, prime minister Cameron and their counterparts in France, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, et al, are now waging a  military campaign against the Islamic State, which they themselves created. Boots on the ground are also contemplated. According to Iraqi government sources, the US will sending some 13000 troops to Iraq.

    The leaders of western countries are either utterly ignorant and stupid, or totally corrupt and complicit?  “The Terrorists R US.” Moreover, they seem totally unaware of the broad implications of their actions.

    War propaganda is a criminal act under Nuremberg: Crime against the Peace. By upholding the lies and fabrications of US foreign policy, the mainstream media is complicit in war crimes.

    Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron is to bring the matter to the British parliament. The revocation of citizenship is contemplated in Britain as well as  in Canada for those suspected of supporting the jihadist movement.  While Britain’s Prime minister has called upon Her Majesty’s government “to restrict or rescind the passports of British jihadists … Home Secretary Theresa May has threatened to deprive those Britons already fighting with the Islamic State of their citizenship.” ,

    Ironically, Prime Minister Cameron is complicit in facilitating and organizing within the UK the recruitment of British jihadists.  And indeed one might suggest, pending the formulation of criminal charges, that his passport should be revoked for “supporting the jihadist movement”.

    George W. Bush stated in 2001, “you are either with us or with the terrorists.” The forbidden truth is that the US is involved in a diabolical  undertaking: it has created an Islamic terror network with a view to destroying sovereign countries and now it is waging a war against its own terror network. Without media propaganda, this military agenda under the guise of counter-terrorism would fall flat, collapse like a deck of cards.

    The US president and his indefectible British ally “R the Terrorists”, they are the “state sponsors of terrorism”, with a view to waging a war of conquest.  The United Nations is complicit in this undertaking."

    1. Credence2 profile image85
      Credence2posted 2 years ago in reply to this

      Maxo, I have seen so much of this sort of intrigue in the Middle East since the seventies, our allegiances have changed with the weather. Your post gives us reason to step back and see the bigger picture regarding  our foreign policy in the region or the lack thereof.  Is it the  control of natural resources that drive us to be playing the bloody and expensive games in the region, year after year?

      1. maxoxam41 profile image79
        maxoxam41posted 2 years ago in reply to this

        What else? Isn't it sad that people are killed because we are stupid enough to crave oil, gas... Whereas plenty of renewable energies are at our disposal. The elite is not ready yet to give up their source of income when it represents billions.

    2. wilderness profile image97
      wildernessposted 2 years ago in reply to this

      "All this is known and documented"

      Please provide a link to the documentation that the US brought down the twin towers.  Or beheaded the journalist.  Or is killing little girls for going to school.

      1. maxoxam41 profile image79
        maxoxam41posted 2 years ago in reply to this

        Independent thinkers don't have a source of info? Only mainstream? Globalresearch.ca is the source of this article.
        And what is your source that would contradict mine?

        1. wilderness profile image97
          wildernessposted 2 years ago in reply to this

          And there I'd thought you had learned that thinking people require evidence before believing much of anything.  You need to work on that.

          1. maxoxam41 profile image79
            maxoxam41posted 2 years ago in reply to this

            What is your source that will contradict mine? Again privileging the form versus content. I understand you have NOTHING to show for then why not being discreet in the matter at least I could respect your opinion.

            1. wilderness profile image97
              wildernessposted 2 years ago in reply to this

              *sigh*.  No, I don't need to supply references to contradict your unsupported opinions.  YOU made the claim - either support it with solid evidence or make it solely as what it is - raw opinion - instead of factual truth.

              1. maxoxam41 profile image79
                maxoxam41posted 2 years ago in reply to this

                It's not my opinion but a scholar's. You are telling me it's worthless then which one has value? CNN, O' Reilly?