Source: Dr. Joseph Farrell
March 24, 2016
Already the powers that be are blaming ISIS for the sad attack in Brussels. But what is ISIS? Joseph looks at tw3o articles by Jon Rappaport and Tony Cartalucci:
March 23, 2016
I want to acknowledge two researchers and reporters, whose work cuts deeply into the ISIS mirage: Tony Cartalucci and Brandon Turbeville. In a half-sane world, Cartalucci would be the international editor of the New York Times, if the Times were a real news outlet.
If we accept the premise that ISIS attacked Brussels, then the next question is: what is ISIS?
Who is behind it? Who supplies it? Who funds it? Who sustains it?
Brandon Turbeville, writing at Activist Post (“Congress Votes To Fight ISIS By Funding ISIS To Fight Assad”, 9/19/2014), states:
“Obama’s plan [is] to ‘detect and degrade’ ISIS…the reality is that the plan is nothing more than a plan to…destroy the Syrian government to benefit of ISIS and other fundamentalist groups that the United States has created, funded, trained, and directed since the very beginning of the Syrian crisis.”
Cartalucci, in an article titled, “In Syria, There No Moderates” (9/2013), writes:
“…there were never, nor are there any ‘moderates’ operating in Syria. The West has intentionally armed and funded Al Qaeda and other sectarian extremists since as early as 2007 in preparation for an engineered sectarian bloodbath serving US-Saudi-Israeli interests. This latest bid to portray the terrorists operating along and within Syria’s borders as ‘divided’ along extremists/moderate lines is a ploy to justify the continued flow of Western cash and arms into Syria to perpetuate the conflict, as well as create conditions along Syria’s borders with which Western partners, Israel, Jordan, and Turkey, can justify direct military intervention [in Syria].”
“Indeed, even the New York Times has been forced to admit that there are, as Cartalucci expertly argues in his article, no moderates in the ranks of the Syrian death squads. As Ben Hubbard [NY Times] wrote in April, 2013 (“Islamist Rebels Create Dilemma on Syria Policy”), ‘In Syria’s largest city, Aleppo, rebels aligned with Al Qaeda control the power plant, run the bakeries and head a court that applies Islamic law. Elsewhere, they have seized government oil fields, put employees back to work and now profit from the crude they produce…Across Syria, rebel-held areas are dotted with Islamic courts staffed by lawyers and clerics, and by fighting brigades led by extremists. Even the Supreme Military Council, the umbrella rebel organization whose formation the West had hoped would sideline radical groups, is stocked with commanders who want to infuse Islamic law into a future Syrian government…Nowhere in rebel-controlled Syria is there a secular fighting force to speak of.‘” (emphasis added)
In other words, the “moderate Syrian rebels” are a fiction no one could fail to notice. The US funding has always gone to ISIS.
I could cite much more from Cartalucci and Turbeville, who effectively argue that ISIS is a created tool of the US government and its allies. I strongly recommend you read and study their work.
March 22, 2016
(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Power Outside The Matrix, click here.)
In the wake of the attacks, the Globalist party line is shaping up: Downsize? Absolutely not. NATO must respond. Led by the US, it must, wait for it, invade Syria, an ISIS stronghold. With ground troops.
Don’t even bother trying to figure out the logic behind that idea. It goes something like this: get rid of President Assad (who is in a war against ISIS) because somehow the Brussels attack is all his fault.
I can just hear a US general trying to decipher his marching orders: “Let’s see, we have to go into Syria and get rid of President Assad, and he’s the one fighting against ISIS. Hmm. And we also have to decimate ISIS. In other words, we should more or less level the whole country, wipe out everybody, and turn the place into a wasteland worse than the wasteland it already is. Right? And while we’re doing that, we have to ignore the fact that our government shipped weapons to ISIS from Libya (see here). How about this instead? Locate the key people who are urging this insane military campaign and put them in prison where they can’t do more harm. Or let’s launch an operation against the moon. That would be good, too.”
French President Hollande is also right up there on the insanity index. His latest statement, after the Brussels attacks, assures one and all that this is a war against Europe, not merely Belgium. But he is the one who has been asserting that Europe has no right to question the flood of immigrants streaming across the continent. Border controls? No, no. What possible relationship could any of these immigrants have to terror attacks? They were trained outside Europe on how to mount bombing operations against civilian populations, after which they came into Europe with that intention? Sure, but so what?
Housed within Brussels, of course, is the headquarters of the European Union, which is Globalism Inc. for Europe. Its covert aim is to drown all nations of the continent in immigrants, so that within a few decades there will be no more recognizable countries—at which point a simple declaration that all of Europe is one indivisible entity will carry the day. This intention must never be spoken of. It must be hidden. Instead, the population of Europe must enlist in a universal, what shall we call it, Tolerance Corps, grinning from ear to ear wherever they go, urging acceptance of the new status quo, now and then grieving as new terror attacks blow people up. Who could doubt the efficacy and wisdom of this plan?
Dr. Joseph P. Farrell
March 18, 2016
Many shared this article, and it’s an important one that appeared recently on The Saker’s website:
There’s much food for speculation here on what may be going on, so to put my own high octane speculations into context, what the article points out is the growing “bi-partisan consensus” in the USSA to label ISIS’s actions in the Middle East for what they are: genocide against Christians. Ever the “pragmatist”, even cackling “we came; we saw; he died” Hillary Clinton has added her own braying to the calls. But what the article also points out is that the policy that gave rise to the group in the first place originated in Washington, with healthy dollops of complicity meted out to London, Paris, and Berlin, with Turkey being the willing pawn in the whole miserable and dreary exercise.
Source: Dr. Joseph Farrell
March 17, 2017
Putin “withdraws” suddenly from Syria… did he accomplish his objectives?
Source: Joseph P. Farrell
“Two can play the covert operations game,” and Russia is playing it very well:
Spetznaz Undercover Among ISIS, Directing Russian Airstrikes Within 3 Meters Of Targets
Source: The Corbett Report
February 25, 2016
Welcome to New World Next Week — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. In this week’s episode:
Story #1: Flint Residents Paid America’s Highest Water Rates
PDF: The State Of Public Water In The United States
Leaked Emails: Gov Officials Mocked Flint Residents Who Complained About Water
Story #2: Kerry: If Ceasefire Fails, Partition Of Syria Is ‘Plan B’
“Greater Israel”: The Zionist Plan for the Middle East
#MorningMonarchy: John Kerry Meets With Hollywood Execs to Pitch ISIS Propaganda Ideas
Story #3: “Concerned Citizens” At Town Hall Meetings Exposed As Paid Actors
Comcast Hires People Off The Street To Fill Seats At FCC Hearing
Donald Trump Campaign Offered Actors $50 to Cheer for Him at Presidential Announcement
Hillary Clinton Staffers Drove ‘Ordinary Americans’ to Photo Op
#NavigatingNetflix: ‘The Hunger Games’ w/Eric Mueller from the Tragedy & Hope Community
#GoodNewsNextWeek: When Bread Makes Beer, Food Waste Is Toast
#NewWorldNextWeek Headlines: Netherlands May Hold Referendum On Whether To Quit EU
Science Used to Regulate Monsanto’s Roundup Is Outdated, Says New Study
Your Cell Phone Is Blowing up…Sperm Cells, New Study Says
The New Mind Control: How The Internet Flips Elections And Alters Our Thoughts
Clyde Lewis invited Jay Dyer on Ground Zero to comment on his thoughts in his piece on government tyranny and ISIS. They discuss mind control, social engineering, psy ops and the Tavistock Institute, as well as Hollywood predictive programming.
Jay Dyer’s work can be found at: http://jaysanalysis.com/
By: Dr. Joseph P. Farrell
A few days ago you’ll recall I posted a “tidbit” article about Japan’s apparent lack of a “Muslim terrorist problem,” and the reasons for that lack, namely, a policy that makes it all but impossible for Muslim’s to gain entry to that country, and a policy on the part of the Japanese government that essentially deems Islam as fundamentally incompatible with Japanese culture, institutions, and democracy. This in itself would seem to point out the politically hypocrisy that reigns int some places in the West, and particularly its political left, for I don’t recall hearing anyone in the United Kindgom recently suggesting that no Japanese should ever be allowed to visit that country. At the time I posted that tidbit blog, I didn’t comment about it, but there was method to my madness, for I also suggested in yesterday’s blog about China’s call for a new global security policy, that Japan’s rearmament under Mr. Abe’s government might have as much to do about terrorism, as anything else, and the need to be able to intervene should any threat emerge to Japan’s energy supplies.
I have also suggested, in past articles and blogs, that Mr. Abe’s rearmament policy, while it might be publicly sold and spun as compliance to Washington’s wishes, and to contribute to its “Pacific pivot,” was also covertly about Japan’s probable, though never voiced, hesitancy over its relationship to Washington, its current reliance on American power for its own national defense, and America’s growing “craziness” on the international stage. In short, it’s a case of “with friends like this, who needs enemies,” and “can we really trust them for our defense?” I suspect Mr. Abe’s government and the quiet circles of Japanese power have answered that last question with a no, in which case, Japan needs to be able to defend itself against all potential threats. And let’s face it, a larger Japanese military will give it greater leverage and maneuverability on the geopolitical stage, transforming the Pacific from a one or at best two-power show between China and America, into a three-power show.
But I also suggested in yesterday’s blog that Mr. Abe’s rearmament might also have to do with something else, and that is, Japan’s ability to interdict any potential terrorist threat, and to respond accordingly.