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    Saudi Arabia, Sunni Caliphate, NATO Run Secret Terror Army in Iraq and Syria

    The ultimate objective is taking down all contenders and reconfiguring the world order

    by Kurt Nimmo and Alex Jones | | June 13, 2014

    The Salafist horde currently making its way to Baghdad from northern Iraq is a secret and specialized army of terrorists funded, armed and supported by Saudi Arabia, the Sunni caliphate of Iraq and the Levant, and NATO.
    Otherwise known as the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), the caliphate and its partners in Riyadh and Doha have transplanted tens of thousands of murderous paramilitary jihadists from the battlefields of Syria to the killing fields of Iraq. For the fossilized monarchies of Saudi Arabia and Qatar the objective is to spread a pernicious version of Sunni Islam and thus defeat their longtime Shia Islam rivals, while in the West the financial and global elite are playing a long-running game of conquer and divide, a technique long used by the British Empire.

    British Empire Conquers the Middle East
    F. William Engdahl and other historians have shown how the British Empire ruthlessly conquered the Arab Middle East, an effort spurred on when it realized oil would eclipse coal as the dominant energy source in the 20th century. As World War I raged in Europe, the British worked with France, Italy and Russia to wrestle the region away from the Ottoman Turks, who had enjoyed uncontested control for centuries.
    The borders imposed after the war created the artificial states of Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, Iraq and Kuwait. The British had fomented and directed a revolt against the Ottomans during the war. One of the leaders selected by the British was Ibn Saud, the leader of a tribal Wahhabi sect in central Arabia who bought the support of the Bedouins with British money. In 1925, with British blessing and money, Saud overthrew the ruling monarch Prince Hijaz and by 1932 the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia was established. Following the Second World War and a massive influx of money from Western oil corporations, the House of Saud began to proselytize and export Wahhabism, an austere and puritanical version of Sunni Islam founded by Ibn Abd al-Wahhab. By 2013 governments around the world, including the European Parliament, considered Wahhabism the primary source of Islamic terrorism.
    The British and the global elite understood Islam could be effectively exploited to control Muslims. “All political leadership of the time depended on Islam for legitimacy and all political leaders were pro-British. Islam was a tool to legitimize the rule, tyranny and corruption of Arab leaders. To the West, Islam was acceptable; it could be and was used,” writes Said K. Aburish, the author of A Brutal Friendship: The West and the Arab Elite.

    Afghanistan, Osama Bin Laden and al-Qaeda
    By the late 1970s, following an effort to crush Arab nationalism in response to European colonization, the United States and the Pakistani military and intelligence used – with the bankster front, the Bank of Credit and Commerce International, working in the shadows – Sunni radicals to eject the Soviet Union from Afghanistan. “Today it is generally understood that radical Islam received its biggest boost as a result of the mujahedin’s successful jihad against Soviet forces, and when the Soviets retreated from Afghan territory in early 1989 the country was left with tens of thousands of unemployed Islamic mercenaries who then turned their attention to the West,” writes Peter D. Goodgame in his book, The Globalists and the Islamists: Fomenting the “Clash of Civilizations” for a New World Order.
    The CIA, in collaboration with Pakistan’s ISI, organized the Afghan Mujahideen, a loose coalition of tribal fighters, to go up against the Soviets. The “Afghan Arabs” and Osama bin Laden were instrumental in this effort. Following the ejection of the Soviets from Afghanistan, Bin Laden and “al-Qaeda,” the terror group named after a database of Mujahideen mercenaries, would establish a foothold in Afghanistan and declare jihad against the Great Satan, the United States. Along with al-Qaeda, the CIA-ISI collaboration produced the Taliban, a group consisting of Afghan civil war veterans who embraced a regional version of Wahhabism imported by Pakistani intelligence and Saudi Arabia.

    As has documented for more than a decade, the United States and its European NATO partner have used al-Qaeda terror for a number of political objectives, most notably undermining disfavored governments and destabilizing Islamic states along the former Soviet periphery, the most notable being Chechnya. During the U.S. occupation of Iraq various al-Qaeda aligned and inspired groups contributed the required pretext for U.S. involvement and the establishment of military bases and facilities. U.S. and British collaboration in the “insurgency” led by al-Qaeda and other Sunni groups became obvious when British soldiers were caught posing as Arabs shooting Iraqis in the occupied city of Basra in southern Iraq in 2005.

    Award-winning investigative journalist Seymour Hersh wrote in 2007 that the Bush administration had aligned itself with radical Sunni elements in Iraq. In order to institute what then Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice described as a new policy, “clandestine operations [were] kept secret, in some cases, by leaving the execution or the funding to the Saudis, or by finding other ways to work around the normal congressional appropriations process,” Hersh explained, citing government sources.

    Libya and al-Qaeda Magnified

    During the effort to overthrow Libya and its leader Muammar Gaddafi in 2011 it became obvious the United States and NATO were supporting, funding and arming paramilitaries swearing allegiance to al-Qaeda and the radical Wahhabist agenda of sharia law.
    “The United States switched sides in the war on terror with what we did in Libya, knowingly facilitating the provision of weapons to known al-Qaeda militias and figures,” Clare Lopez, a CIA officer, told the British newspaper The Daily Mail in April, three years after the fall of Libya and the death of more than 30,000 Libyans. The country is now a classic failed state, as planned, with rival factions engaged in open street battles and jihadist groups attacking the Parliament in Tripoli.

    Syria: U.S. Directly Collaborates with al-Qaeda

    The best kept secret of the Benghazi scandal, at least as far as Congress is concerned, is the CIA gun-running operation out of Benghazi, Libya, to the CIA’s latest al-Qaeda affiliates fighting to overthrow Bashar al-Assad in Syria. The U.S. support of various al-Qaeda affiliated and inspired groups, including al-Nusra and ISIL, either directly or through proxies, is well-known.
    “The New York Times reports that a 50 man cell of ‘rebels’ trained and armed by the CIA and US special forces is to sneak over the border from Jordan into Syria this week to begin fighting government forces there, a move that should prompt concern given that moderate rebel forces are now fully infiltrated by extremist al Qaeda linked terrorists,” Steve Watson wrote in September, 2013.
    The same month, the U.S. brazenly announced it was arming al-Qaeda. “The United States has officially announced it is now delivering ‘lethal aid’ to the ‘rebels’ engaged in attacks against the Syrian government. In addition to sophisticated communications equipment and advanced combat medical kits sent by the CIA, the State Department is sending vehicles and other munitions, according to the Washington Post,” we reported.
    “We’ve come full circle from going after al-Qaeda to indirectly backing al-Qaeda,” Bill Gertz quoted a U.S. official as stating following a promise in June by the Obama administration to increase arm shipments.

    Globalist Game Plan: Conquer and Divide through Failed States

    Tony Cartalucci documents how the al-Qaeda inspired, although supposedly no longer aligned, ISIL is the product of a NATO and
    Saudi conspiracy stretching back as far as 2007 [when] US-Saudi policymakers sought to ignite a region-wide sectarian war to purge the Middle East of Iran’s arch of influence stretching from its borders, across Syria and Iraq, and as far west as Lebanon and the coast of the Mediterranean. ISIS has been harbored, trained, armed, and extensively funded by a coalition of NATO and Persian Gulf states within Turkey’s (NATO territory) borders and has launched invasions into northern Syria with, at times, both Turkish artillery and air cover. The most recent example of this was the cross-border invasion by Al Qaeda into Kasab village, Latikia province in northwest Syria.
    Cartalucci cites Hersh who wrote in the above mentioned article:
    To undermine Iran, which is predominantly Shiite, the Bush Administration has decided, in effect, to reconfigure its priorities in the Middle East. In Lebanon, the Administration has coöperated with Saudi Arabia’s government, which is Sunni, in clandestine operations that are intended to weaken Hezbollah, the Shiite organization that is backed by Iran. The U.S. has also taken part in clandestine operations aimed at Iran and its ally Syria. A by-product of these activities has been the bolstering of Sunni extremist groups that espouse a militant vision of Islam and are hostile to America and sympathetic to Al Qaeda.
    According to Cartalucci, the Sunni rampage in Iraq is about providing a pretext to introduce NATO into Syria and finalize the current stalemate there. “Through Iraq, NATO has used its terrorist proxies to create a pretext to put this ‘buffer zone’ strategy back into motion,” he writes. “The prospect of the US, NATO, or the Persian Gulf states delivering Iraq from ISIS is an ironic tragedy – as definitive evidence reveals ISIS’ brutal incursion was of this collective coalition’s own doing to begin with, and for its own insidious ends. Instead, a joint Iranian-Iraqi-Syrian anti-terror campaign should be conducted to corner and crush NATO’s terrorist mercenary expeditionary force once and for all.”
    Iran, Iraq and Syria may indeed unite to rid Iraq of the current Wahhabist scourge threatening to take over the country and destabilize the region. However, as we have learned since the CIA, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia built and unleashed the terror group and its surrogates, al-Qaeda is tenacious and in the past has experienced miraculous resurgence.
    The globalists are primarily interested in fomenting chaos and disorder. Iraq was invaded in 2003 because it was a relatively strong contender in the neighborhood – and this is, as well, why it was coaxed into attacking Iran and, fatefully, Kuwait. Bush’s” Mission Accomplished” was not a tribute to the defeat of Saddam Hussein. It was an acknowledgement that Iraq had been reduced to a failed state on par with Yemen and countries in sub-Sahara Africa.
    ISIL and other Saudi-financed and supported terrorist groups may desire a caliphate in the Middle East. However, for the global elite, such a prospect comes in a distant second to its primary objective – taking down all contenders and reconfiguring the world order for its ultimate end: the establishment of a one world totalitarian government.

    Below: Alex Jones breaks down the exploding conflict in Iraq with Al-Qaeda, and how the link between the US and Syrian rebels is unfolding.
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    Jihadists 25 miles from Baghdad, line Tikrit road with beheaded troops, police

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    As ISIS pushes south toward Baghdad, Iraq's government asks for assistance and Kurdish forces take advantage of the power vacuum in the

    Timothy Whiteman
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    June 13, 2014

    "The heads of government troops and police officers on poles trophy-style..."
    To World War Two-era Marines, Saipan, Tarawa and Peleliu aren't just names to faraway places on a map, but battlefields that ran red with the blood of their fellow Leathernecks. Today's Marines feel the same emotion when they hear of Fallujah, Tikrit and Ramadi. As reported on June 13, 2014 by Bloomberg News, The Washington Post and London's The Daily Mail, as well as separate Washington Post article of Jan. 3, 2014, Iraqi cities and towns where American forces once defeated terrorists have since fallen to the same al-Qaeda-allied jihadists.
    With the al-Qaeda aligned ISIS (Islamic State in Iraq and Syria) terrorist organization not only taking huge swaths of territory in the north, east and central regions of Iraq, their road to victory has been as bloody as it has been a surprise to many American journalists. ISIS troops moved into Iraq last year, with the city of Fallujah calling to the hard line Islamists falling to them almost six months ago.
    Nonetheless, during a presidential press conference on the South Lawn of the White House, an unidentified member of the Fourth Estate queried of the Commander-in-Chief, "Mr. President, is the Syrian civil war spilling over the Iraq border?" There has also been scant coverage by the American media that ISIS has long seized Fallujah, whose eastern outskirts are a scant 25 miles from Baghdad International Airport.
    As reported, ISIS has placed the heads of government troops and police officers on poles trophy-style on the road outside of the recently fallen city of Tikrit. Despite vastly outnumbering the ISIS fighters, the Iraqi Army rank and file has has not only ran away just as fast as their feet can take them, but has also blamed their officers for abandoning them in the face of the enemy. According to one anonymous soldier, "commanders slipped away in the night rather than mount a defence of the city."
    The New York Times recently made note that the Iraqi Army is "losing as many as 300 soldiers a day, between desertions, deaths and injuries..." Besides Fallujah roughly 25 miles from the western suburbs of Baghdad, the ISIS troops are now 90 miles to the north, and closing fast.
    In the meantime, Barack Obama left Washington, DC today to attend fundraisers in California. It is also widely believed he'll play more than a few rounds of golf.
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    Timothy Whiteman
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    June 12, 2014

    In what could never be described in clear cut terms, the fall of the American-backed Iraqi government to al-Qaeda forces cold possibly be delayed by Iran now doing what it can to shore up the Baghdad government. The Wall Street Journal is reporting on June 12, 2014 that Iranian Special Forces have joined Iraqi government troops in the face to rebel ISIS fighters.
    Unlike the Second World War where there were clear lines of delineation between Allied and Axis forces, the battlefield of the Middle East more closely resembles a plate of spaghetti thrown against the wall. But as time goes by and the situation constantly evolves and mutates, many agree that this particular conflict isn't between conventional governments, but fought by the two major branches of Islam.
    As the Iraqi cities Fallujah and Ramadi before them, the north-central Iraqi cities of Mosul and Tikrit have just fallen to the al-Qaeda-allied forces of ISIS (Islamic State in Iraq and Syria), the Iranian government has deployed at least two battalions of the al-Quds Revolutionary Guards to fight side-by-side with the troops loyal to Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki. As the overseas branch of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps, the al-Quds forces are looked upon as their nation's version of the US Marine Corps.
    As the situation sits as of press time, the same Tehran government that has called for the destruction of both the United States and Israel is now bolstering the same Iraqi government that Vice President Joe Biden vowed the United States would also prop up. In a phone call between Biden and Maliki on June 12, 2014, the US Veep has assured the Iraqis that America is "prepared to intensify and accelerate security support and cooperation, as reported by the Reuters news agency.
    To further muddy the diplomatic and political waters, the loyalty of forces are coalescing more on religious lines than governmental ones. With the ISIS jihadists establishing a de facto country stretching from the mountains of Lebanon to almost the Iraqi southern marshland, they identify themselves more closely to the Sunni Muslims such as the often bloody Wahhabi-friendly Royal House of Saud (who the United States now supports), most of the common people of Syria, and lastly, the same as those who were loyal to the late Saddam Hussein.
    The Iranians, on the other hand, are overwhelmingly Shia Muslims and adhere to their own often bloody brand of Sharia Law. the majority of Iraqis, along with Prime Minister Malaki (who the United States now supports), share in the Iranian adherence to Shia. Yet another Shiite faction in the area would be the Syrian strongman Bashir al-Assad (who the Russians now support). The government of Lebanon is in reality controlled by Sunni Muslims and quite cozy with Iran's mullahs. Vladimir Putin's Russia has been instrumental in keeping Iran afloat, especially their nuclear weapons program.
    While the Shiites and Sunnis almost completely agree on a common theology, what essentially has the two willing to kill the other is political. The Shiites (People of Ali) adhere to the notion that leadership passed from Muhammad to his cousin/son-in-law Ali. The Sunni (People of Tradition) believe leadership was handed down to Abu Bakr, one of Muhammad's chief lieutenants.
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