Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Nafeez Ahmed — NATO Is Harboring ISIS, And Here's The Evidence


Why France’s brave new war on ISIS is a sick joke, and an insult to the victims of the Paris attacks…
Conspicuously missing from President Hollande’s decisive declaration of war, however, was any mention of the biggest elephant in the room: state-sponsorship.…
A senior Western official familiar with a large cache of intelligence obtained this summer from a major raid on an ISIS safehouse told the Guardian that “direct dealings between Turkish officials and ranking ISIS members was now ‘undeniable.’”
The same official confirmed that Turkey, a longstanding member of NATO, is not just supporting ISIS, but also other jihadist groups, including Ahrar al-Sham and Jabhat al-Nusra, al-Qaeda’s affiliate in Syria. “The distinctions they draw [with other opposition groups] are thin indeed,” said the official. “There is no doubt at all that they militarily cooperate with both.….
The West knows that Turkey, KSA, Qatar, and other Sunni states have been supporting ISIS, Al Qaeda, and other terrorist affiliates in order to attack Shi'ite Syria and by proxy also Iran. This fits into the pan of the Atlanticists, who are fully aware of it. They are not only aware of it, but have been supplying arms that they know will go to terrorists.

Not only that the US is militarizing its domestic security forces and imposing total surveillance, creating a totalitarian state.

Insurge Intelligence
Nafeez Ahmed

15 comments:

Roger Erickson said...

first response

Germany to withdraw its anti-air missiles from Turkey
https://www.rt.com/news/312559-germany-withdraws-missiles-turkey/

Russia knows how to play chess. US NeoCons still playing checkers?

Roger Erickson said...

Our pentagon seems to be having 2nd thoughts about NeoCons prod them into full blown war.

NATO faces new Mideast crisis after downing of Russian jet by Turkey
(Washington Post) NATO faced being thrust into a new Middle Eastern crisis on Tuesday after warplanes from member state Turkey shot down a Russian jet that Turkish officials said had violated their country's airspace on the border with Syria.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/turkey-downs-russian-military-aircraft-near-syrias-border/2015/11/24/9e8e0c42-9288-11e5-8aa0-5d0946560a97_story.html


DoD: Unclear whether Russian jet violated Turkish airspace
(Military Times) The Pentagon tread cautiously Tuesday and said that it was unclear whether the Russian aircraft shot down by Turkey had, in fact, violated Turkish airspace, as the government of that nation insists.
http://www.militarytimes.com/story/military/pentagon/2015/11/24/dod-unclear-whether-russian-jet-violated-turkish-airspace/76330548/

Matt Franko said...

Germany has the NordStream .... dont need a southern competitor....

Dan Lynch said...

Sy Hersh's 2014 article on Turkey seems highly relevant in light of the SU-24 incident. The gist of Sy's article was that Turkey was trying to instigate a crisis in Syria to trick the U.S. into starting a full scale war.
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In spring 2013 US intelligence learned that the Turkish government ... was working directly with al-Nusra and its allies to develop a chemical warfare capability.
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Erdoğan’s hope was to instigate an event that would force the US to cross the red line.

Bob said...

I don't see why the West should be afraid of a conventional conflict. Best way to test Russia's capability and preparedness.

Tom Hickey said...

I don't watch the nightly news but I just happened to walk past the screen when the announcer (NBC) was reiterating the lie that Assad gassed his own people when it is long debunked. Not only did the rebels do it, but Hersh also explains why. This is a SUnni Islamist plot to enlist NATO is confronting Shia Islam and establishing Sunni Islamist states in their place. US intelligence knows this and so does Barack Obama, although he continually lies about it right up to the present.

The US, UK and France (UK and France were colonial powers there) are on board with this because control of territory and therefore resources.

The age-old thuggery continues.

Tom Hickey said...

I don't see why the West should be afraid of a conventional conflict. Best way to test Russia's capability and preparedness.

Because Russia has already said it acknowledges that it is no match for NATO conventionally so NATO is on notice that Russia will go nuclear in case of war.

Those cruise missiles Russia recently launched at Syrian "terrorists" from ships in the Caspian Sea are nuclear-capable. This was a demo and NATO got the message, like Holy Shit!

Bob said...

I still think there's room to push the envelope further.

Dan Lynch said...

@Bob, Dr. Strangelove would agree with you.

Tom Hickey said...

I still think there's room to push the envelope further.

This is the present US strategy. Push up to the red lines of China and Russia, both nuclear powers that NATO cannot defeat and then occupy and which can rain a whole lot of hurt on NATO countries.

How dumb is that?

Bob said...

Depends how risky it is. We assume that they do not wish to end it all. Not over Syria, and not over the South China Sea. The Crimea however, might be going a tad too far.

Bob said...

There is a small update to the PCR article meantioned earlier:
http://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2015/11/24/turkey-has-destroyed-russias-delusion-of-western-cooperation-paul-craig-roberts/

What is this mystery technology? Limited ways to find out...

Tom Hickey said...

That's why it is stupid to push up against red lines. Crimea was a red line for Russia and it acted swiftly before NATO realized what was happening. That's the way serious players operate. Cross a red line and get whacked.

Bob said...

The Ukies are trying another tack with this blackout.

Tom Hickey said...

Just makes the people of Crimea happier to be with Russia instead of those creeps.