Sunday, September 18, 2016

Nafeez Ahmed: Whistleblower exposes how NATO’s leading ally is arming and funding ISIS

This very powerful article gives an insight in how things work behind the scenes. You get to see how the world is driven by pure evil, power, greed, and money where people's lives are of no importance whatsoever which makes you wonder if there is any hope for mankind if some people think it is okay to do things like this.  

In the Cowboy and Indian films I watched as a child the bad guys got shot all the time and then they just fell to the ground dead without extended suffering. And it didn't matter how many of them got killed because they were all baddies. The Chinese don't believe in revenge and they teach it out of their children, but Western culture is full of revenge and this is shown in our films.  

For me, I think only answer is to go Buddhist, but I just hope they don't blow the planet up before I achieve enlightenment and sufficient detachment.

A former senior counter-terrorism official in Turkey has blown the whistle on President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s deliberate sponsorship of the Islamic State (ISIS) as a geopolitical tool to expand Turkey’s regional influence and sideline his political opponents at home.
+ Turkey’s intelligence chief, Hakan Fidan, named as member of terror group linked to al-Qaeda and ISIS
+ Turkish intelligence directly supplied military aid to ISIS for years
+ Turkish government siphoned military supplies to ISIS through humanitarian relief agency
+ ISIS fighters, including al-Baghadi’s deputy, received free medical treatment in Turkey and “protection” from Turkish police
+ Head of ISIS in Turkey received “24/7 protection” under the personal order of President Erdogan
+ Turkish police investigations into ISIS are being systematically quashed
+ ISIS oil is sold with complicity of authorities in Turkey and Kurdish region of northern Iraq


Andrew Anderson said...

Bible search of "revenge"

Gary Hart said...

Before you go Buddhist read Seth's "The Nature of Personal Reality."

Kaivey said...

Thanks, I'll look into it.

Gary Hart said...

I'm sorry, I should have recommended that you first read "Seth Speaks, the Eternal Validity of the Soul."