Questions You Should be Asking the World Around You
A Female Canadian Soldier who had been fighting with the YPG Kurds tells it like it is.
ISIS from about a year ago, had been going village to village to kill unsuspecting civilians. For the public’s express consumption they created a propaganda storm of brutality, all in a bid to get folks like you and me to vote for a renewed invasion to the middle east.
We asked, “well why would ISIS pick a fight with the US, UK, Japan, Jordan, France and Russia by uploading all those disgusting beheadings online? That is just Crazy!” The actual insanity was with the western news media not asking it at all.
Civilians who refused to convert, pledge loyalty, or who couldn’t recite verses from the Quran were summarily executed. It really comes as no surprise that a significant chunk of ISIS militants are former civilians from remote villages who had no previous formal combat training. It’s most likely that a lot of them were forced to fight as ISIS under the threat of execution and conditions of extreme duress. Their families were used as hostages.
This is also why news agencies like CNN like to use the words “ISIS” and “civilians” interchangeably. You see if the story doesn’t go CNN’s way, and if they’re dead; “then they weren’t really jihadists.” From the start, if saboteurs had not forced their promises of salafisation and Mcburgerocracy, then there would not have been a host of splintered states to give ground to the ISIS brand ideology.
Take a look at a one year timeline of Syria.
Much of the activity in this 1 year timeline lies with the exchange of land between government forces, and the rebels. (April and May must have been made with a different criteria.) Over to the northeast we had Kurds exchanging land with ISIS. But the exchange of land between the black and green areas, not so much.
Those black and gray areas are mostly uninhabitable land. Remote villages and settlements stretched along highways, water, and trade routes. It’s likely that civilians from the black/gray areas who showed some competence in combat, were shipped off to the green areas where they assumed new identities and fought as ‘moderate rebels.”
The black and grey areas on the map were merely placeholders to make ISIS look bigger and scarier on TV.
What’s in store for the future? Well we know that fresh NATO weapons are generously poured into the Yellow Kurdish areas. This may signify a future plan to convert the Kurds into NATO proxies to use against an ‘insubordinate’ Turkey. That’s just a guess however, who knows what these madmen are planning.
Ms Bohman said the extremist terrorist cell was working in part for President Erdogan of Turkey, who she said wanted the terrorists to eliminate the Kurdish “threat” to Turkey’s national sovereignty. “It’s Turkey’s genocidal Erdogan…who will eventually turn Turkey into a dictatorship while trying to kill off the Kurds.”
h t t p:/ /www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/female-canadian-soldier-unimpressed-by-isis-strength-in-battle-a6761416.html
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