Nov 302015

Zero Hedge: “As we pointed out a week ago, even before the downing of the Russian jet by a Turkish F-16, the most important question that nobody had asked about ISIS is where is the funding for the terrorist organization coming from, and more importantly, since everyone tacitly knows where said funding is coming from few on the US-led Western Alliance have done anything to stop the hundreds of millions in oil sale proceeds from funding the world’s best organized terrorist group.

Former CIA deputy director Michael Morell responded that Barack Obama didn’t order the bombing of ISIS’s oil transportation infrastructure until recently because he was concerned about environmental damage.

He really said that.”

Opinion: Sorting it out:

  • Turkey is funding ISIS by not-so secretly buying its oil
  • Russia is bombing ISIS oil cutting into Recip Erdogan’s family business
  • Turkey downs Russian jet that was bombing ISIS oil routs
  • ISIS sells Iraqi and Syrian oil for a very low price
  • Kurdish and Turkish smuggling networks label it and sell it as oil from the Kurdistan government
  • Kurdistan’s oil is often transported from Turkey to Israel via knowing or unknowing middlemen
  • ISIS does not intentionally sell and Israel does not intentionally buy from ISIS but it is happening
  • US is intentionally not bombing ISIS oil because of potential environmental damage
  • ISIS is the wealthiest terror group in history

There, I hope that clears it all up.

(Global research ISIS Rockefellers here)

Nov 282015

Investors Business Daily Op-Ed: “Priorities: The Paris climate summit begins Monday amid demands that something be done about the warming “threat.” Yet a more serious danger — Islamic terrorism — gets no similar conference of its own. This is madness.”




Nov 272015


The Daily Caller: “While the United States and Europe argue over how many Syrian refugees to allow in, the richest Persian Gulf states have accepted exactly zero.

The Muslim countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council that include Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and United Arab Emirates steadfastly refuse to accept any Syrian refugees. Amnesty International, USA (AIUSA) tells The Daily Caller News Foundation they have not accepted a single refugee since the armed Syrian conflict erupted years ago.”

Opinion: Pardon me for the much overused cliché, but you really can’t make this up. I have ben trying to come up with an analogy, and the only one that comes to mind is …

I just wish it were that funny.

Nov 252015
No, the Islamic State Will Not Be Defeated — and if It Is, We Still Lose

Breitbart: “Barack Obama has now created an unwinnable war. While all of the 2016 candidates declare their strategies for victory against ISIS, President Obama’s leading from behind has now entered the Middle East and the West into a free-for-all that cannot end any way but poorly. The best way to understand the situation in Syria

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Nov 252015
Paris Climate Summit Will Be ‘Powerful Rebuke’ To Terrorists

Breitbart: “President Obama calls the upcoming climate summit with world leaders in Paris a “powerful rebuke” to Islamic State terrorists who attacked the city earlier this month. “What a powerful rebuke to the terrorists it will be, when the world stands as one and shows that we will not be deterred from building a better

Nov 242015
FBI Director, DHS Secretary, Oppose House-passed Refugee Screening Bill

The New American: “FBI Director James Comey (shown, left) and Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson (right) have both expressed concerns about the American SAFE Act of 2015 (H.R. 4038) introduced by the chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security, Representative Mike McCaul (R-Texas). The bill, which would require that background investigations be completed prior

Nov 192015
Obama Declares Victory On Refugee Fight: ‘We’ll Be Able To Proceed’

Breitbart: “After two days of condemning Republicans, President Obama is declaring victory now that it’s clear that Congressional Republicans won’t successfully block thousands of refugees from Syria resettling into the United States. “My expectation is, after the initial spasm of rhetoric, that people will settle down, take a look at the facts, and we’ll be

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