Friday 12 September 2014

"NO ISIS..." says an Iraqi man. 17 June 2014. It's a LIE !!!

17 June 2014.  Time marker @ 6:30:

"If anyone tells you there is ISIS, tell them there IS NO ISIS.  There are only Sunnis who have been oppressed."

This is right from the horse's mouth - out of the mouth of a local man who is living in Iraq.  

PLEASE think about this... and think about the implications of what US Puppet Barak Obama announced this week about ISIL.  

THERE IS NO ISIS/ ISIL.  Zero. Zilch. Nada.

It is NOT true.  It is a LIE !!

So WHY is the U.S. administration wanting to start a new Middle-Eastern war ???

 WHY ???

It's time for COMPLETE transparency...
Long overdue.

REFUSE to go to war in the Middle East.

Say "NO" !!!

Fighting Back Against ISIS: The Battle for Iraq (Dispatch 1)

Published on Jun 17, 2014
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Last week, the extremist militant Sunni group — "Al-Dawlah al-Islamiyah" (the Islamic State, misrepresented by the U.S. media as "ISIS", along with other Sunni militias and former Baathist party members, seized control of large parts of Iraq, including Mosul, the nation's second largest city.

In many places, the Iraqi army barely put up a flight. Soldiers dropped their weapons and fled, whether because of fear, incompetence, or internal sabotage. Hundreds of thousands of Iraqis have become internally displaced after fleeing the fighting or the potential for potential Iraqi air strikes.

Many say the conflict was brewing for a while, and that al-Dawlah al-Islamiyah (aka. ISIS), along with some of the other groups, has had some semblance of control in Sunni areas for quite some time. They point to Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Al-Maliki's increasingly sectarian polices and crackdowns on Sunnis as having provoked the events of the last week, and fear this could be the start of a devastating civil war.

In the north, Kurdish forces known as the peshmerga have used the opportunity to seize disputed areas, territories that the Kurds long felt belonged to them but the [U.S. puppet] government [called "Iraq" under Maliki] was hesitant relinquish. 

An informal border now exists between al-Dawlah al-Islamiyah (aka. ISIS) dominated areas and Kurdish territory. There has only been sporadic clashing, as neither group seems determined to break the strange detente.

Here's Who Is Fighting in Iraq and Why:

Crisis in Iraq: Kurdish Peshmerga Clash With Advancing ISIS:

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