Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Christof Lehmann — Turnbull warns of increased Terrorism Threat in the Region: Ignores State Sponsorship

In response to the recent terrorist attacks in Paris, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull instructed law enforcement agencies to test their preparedness for mass casualty attacks. Like his European and American counterparts, Turnbull avoided necessary and painful questions about Western, Turkish and Gulf Arab State sponsorship of terrorism and failure to hit terrorist infrastructure at its roots...
Neither ASIO nor Turnbull, however, have openly addressed that fact that at the very least Turkey, the United States or elements within governmental structures in the United States, as well as Saudi Arabia overtly have supported ISIS.
In December 2012 Saudi Arabia began reactivating smuggling routes from Saudi Arabia via Iraq’s Al-Anbar province and to ISIS / ISIL brigades in Deir Ez-Zor, Syria.
In April 2013 U.S. Senator John McCain illegally crossed the Turkish – Syrian border.
McCain held a meeting with several “rebel” leaders in a safe house in Idlib.
Among them were the general of the now virtually defunct Free Syrian Army, Salim Idris, and Abu Bakhr al-Bagdhadi, a.k.a. al-Badri and most recently as ISIS’ Caliph Ibrahim.
When a photo of the meeting was leaked, McCain would claim that he was not aware that al-Baghdadi was present. [Like McCain was not aware he was standing next to neo-Nazis "nationalists" when photographed in Ukraine after the coup.]

It's called being up to your eyeballs in it.

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