Saturday, July 5, 2014

No Iraq invasion unless US homeland threatened? A bit to telling?

Original url above. However... the story title changed to -Pentagon draws red line on Iraqi attack

Why? Did it make the false flag potential to obvious? We know the US and friends have been looking for any excuse to launch attacks on Syria, perhaps Iraq, and maybe Israel will finally go for a strike on Iran?
Lots of scenarios to entertain.

Relevant paragraph

The Defense Department’s top uniformed official said the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, which has seized vast territory over the past month, would have to become a serious threat to the U.S. homeland before the administration alters its existing strategy of collecting intelligence and advising the Iraqi military.

Recall this post from earlier in the week? 

"Whitehouse" "Al Qaeda" "bomb" 'Syria' Yemen' "airliner"

 Earlier today it was reported..

 Al Bagdhadi allegedly made a speech ordering Muslims to obey him

That's convenient, right?

"I am the wali (leader) who presides over you, though I am not the best of you, so if you see that I am right, assist me," he said, wearing a black turban and robe.
"If you see that I am wrong, advise me and put me on the right track, and obey me as long as I obey God in you."
AFP was not immediately able to confirm the authenticity of the video purportedly showing Baghdadi, of whom there were previously only two known photographs.

I have seen a few different images of Baghdadi. Misleading and intentionally so, in my opinion, so that Baghdadi can be whoever he is needed to be. Whenever. This is a repeat of Osama Bin Laden. Unconfirmed video and audio.

Of course we still have this narrative running, same one mentioned in my post from June 30/14.

Monday-The Obama administration may ask overseas partners to enhance security measures at airports and is weighing whether to do the same here at home to address deepening concerns that terrorists in war-ravaged Syria are trying to develop a new generation of bombs that could be smuggled onto commercial planes
July 4/14
 British airports are on terror alert over fears that fanatics from Yemen and Syria have joined forces to plot a “stealth” bomb attack.
Al-Qaeda’s top bomb maker Ibrahim Hassan al-Asiri is working on a device that can evade scanners and be hidden inside a terrorist’s body or electronic gadgets.
The US ordered airports on routes to American cities to step up security after picking up a “credible” terror threat.
CIA agents have found some bombs can be made with a couple of ounces of liquid explosives and a non-metallic detonating device.
They can be surgically implanted into would-be bombers or hidden in electrical devices or shoes with little possibility of detection.

Something to consider?   This Monday is 07/07/14.   
This Monday will also be the anniversary of the 07/07  London Bombings
7-7 (two) or 14
Some interesting numbers to consider.

Will the real Al Baghdadi please stand up? Put your hand up?

Picture allegedly showing the leader of the Islamic State (IS) jihadist group, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, aka Caliph Ibrahim. Picture: GettyAl Bagdhadi? Bagdhadi?

Who allegedly was injured and escaped to Syria? Well, that's one story ?
But, he is also apparently giving speeches in Mosul?
Al Baghdadi?
Al Baghdadi?

Al Baghdadi? Oh never mind!


  1. I give you as I bought it:

    "July 4, 2014 ~ Sensational details about the attacks and Special Operations by the Syrian Armed Forces against ISIL mercenary gangs on the area of Raqqa last night.
    Sources of the military intelligence services knew that an important meeting of ISIL-ISIS commanders, at highest level, took place in ISIS headquarters.

    The special units of the SAA approached the ISIL HQ silently, covered by the roar of the jet, circling the field and attacking with great surprise the terrorists.

    Other units, in the meantime, take up position along the road leading to the camp of the terrorists, with the support of aviation and helicopters, incinerating any car and vehicle of the ISIL mercenaries.

    The breakthrough is lightning-fast, with the following results:

    * The entire terrorist group inside, more than 300 gunmen, are eliminated
    * 4 regional commanders of ISIS, including Iraq, neutralized
    * Commanders and figures at the highest level of ISIS-ISIL are taken prisoner: maximum restraint on their identity, but make sure that their catch will cause drastic changes in the entire region.
    * Only one soldier of the special units wounded, mildly is assured.

    The unity of the Syrian Arab Army, with its precious booty of mysterious prisoners, embarks on the transport helicopters and walks away.

    The other ‘air unit support’ in the meantime continue to work with low-altitude attacks, breaking the sound barrier, for another hour.

    1. wiz oz

      I also saw an article yesterday, Turkey 'intercepting' Syrian helicopters that flew too close to the border.

      Turkish fighter jets intercepted a Syrian helicopter which flew too close to the border between the two countries and forced it to return to its side of the border, said a statement by the Turkish army on its official website on Saturday.
      Two F-16 Turkish fighter jets spotted a Syrian MI-8 helicopter along the country's southern border with Syria, said the statement.

      notice the article does not say Syrian helicopters flew across the border, but merely 'too close' Two fighter jets then forced the Syrian helicopters away from that area - not to the Syrian side- they were on the Syrian side

      where exactly this happened, is not clear?
      However wonder if it ties in to the GR article?

  2. Because the people are "idiots" and don't pay attention.

    I can't remember the exact source, but on a documentary I watched (I think about the establishment of the Fed) there was something about a secretary writing for one of the players involved. The player dictated something to be written and the secretary asked him was it advisable to write that down to which the reply was that the secretary should go ahead and write it down because, "The people don't read."

    Sadly this is mostly true. And when they see things they don't look closely enough to spot the differences. Thank you for pointing this out.


    1. "Because the people are "idiots" and don't pay attention"

      I agree that a lack of attention is part of the problem
      But there is more wrong then just that-
      Inability to comprehend if they bother to read
      and always obeisance to authority- the biggest problem