Witnessing a wag the dog exercise in real time …

As we learn that the administration is considering mobilizing against ISIS, and bombing Iraq yet again, just a few questions:

  • What is ISIS?: We don’t know but you’re going to look pretty stupid if you’ve never heard of it.
  • Why is ISIS attacking Iraq? You’re kidding, right? First, we don’t even know ISIS exists, and you’re wondering about its objectives?
  • What’s to be done? Bomb Iraq. Like always.

Wag the dog, shall we?

2 thoughts on “Witnessing a wag the dog exercise in real time …

  1. Well, there’s a lot of dog wagging going on, no doubt (who in the mainstream media is writing about our puppets in Ukraine conducting ethnic cleansing?). But there’s also a lot of pretext for bombing Syria here, too. And the whole shtick with ISIS taking Mosul? Probably pre-mediated by the CIA as a way to furnish our al-qaeda operatives with a bunch of money and free equipment without having to go through Congress or other channels. This may well by Obama’s Iran-Contra moment.

    Chossudovsky’s got the dirt on this:

    The decision was taken by Washington to channel its support (covertly) in favor of a terrorist entity which operates in both Syria and Iraq and which has logistical bases in both countries. The Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham’s Sunni caliphate project coincides with a longstanding US agenda to carve up both Iraq and Syria into three separate territories: A Sunni Islamist Caliphate, an Arab Shia Republic, and a Republic of Kurdistan.

    Whereas the (US proxy) government in Baghdad purchases advanced weapons systems from the US including F16 fighter jets from Lockheed Martin, the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham –which is fighting Iraqi government forces– is supported covertly by Western intelligence. The objective is to engineer a civil war in Iraq, in which both sides are controlled indirectly by US-NATO.

    The scenario is to arm and equip them, on both sides, finance them with advanced weapons systems and then “let them fight”.

    I’ll bet that when the bombs start dropping, and the drones assassinating, that the targets aren’t remotely connected to “ISIS.”

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