Monday, June 13, 2016

NO PROOF Yazidi "sex slaves" were burned in a cage by ISIS- Yet another LIE

Round about June 3 this fabrication began making the news cycle. I didn't touch it for the simple reason that the foul stench of excrement actually wafted from my computer every time  I came across that screaming headline - In case you've been comatose?

(The stench being purely perceptual- as in that STINKS!)
ERBIL, Kurdistan Region (Kurdistan24) – The Director General of Yezidi (Ezidi) Affairs in the Kurdistan Region stated on Sunday that no sources confirm that Islamic State (IS) insurgents have burnt 11 Kurdish Ezidi women to death for refusing to have sex with them.
The Kurdish Ezidi city of Sinjar (Shingal) is located in the north of Iraq, southwest of the Kurdistan Region. In August 2014, IS took control of the city and enslaved Ezidi women and sold them in Mosul and Raqqa markets, in their stronghold locations.
 Pay attention to the dates
On Nov. 14, 2015, Shingal  (Sinjar, Iraq) was liberated by Kurdish Peshmerga forces with the support of the international coalition airstrikes.
I did an entire blog post on the annexation of Iraqi territory

Recently, reports released on different news outlets claim that IS extremists have reportedly burnt 19 Ezidi women to death for refusing to have sex with them.
Weeks ago, an eyewitness told ARA News Agency that the Ezidi women were burning to death inside iron cages while hundreds of people were watching, but no one could save them.
The Director General of Ezidi Affairs in the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) Khairi Bozani released a statement on his official Facebook account.
Bozani said that officials have been trying to gather information for five days about the incident, but there are no sources to confirm it.

Bozani also stated that they are not confident about the reliability of the reports.
In December 2015, Bozani told Kurdistan24 that jihadists massacred more than 1,280 Ezidis and left 960 children orphaned.
He mentioned that 7,000 Ezidis immigrated to Europe and the United States, while nearly 6,000 others were kidnaped by IS, including nearly 3,200 women and 2,650 men.
The PKK is  known  for it's mass kidnapping operation- for fighters.... Curious
On June 6, 2016, Bozani sent a harsh message to the Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon and rejected his statement about Ezidis paying ransom to IS to free the abducted women.
-No sources to confirm the burned caged sex slaves- definitely lurid and tantalizing if your a sicko, but, not true
-NO sources to confirm the mass killings and subsequent left behind orphans either.
-A harsh messsage sent to Ban Ki Moon regarding his statements

LIES- Lies- lies: Bringing me down


  1. more action northwest iran
    Earlier in the day, Iran's Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) said they also disabled a terrorist group in the northwest of the country, killing five terrorists. The five dead terrorists were all members of the Free Life Party of Kurdistan whose acronym is PJAK.

    1. I did see some reports on this- it's one of the situations I try to keep an eye on- thanks for mentioning it

  2. Human Rights Lawyer Amal Clooney to Defend Yazidi Women, ISIS Sex Slaves at ICC
    read more:

    Clooney part of the Sentinel project Darfur

    No DiCaprio in Eurasia

    1. Leonardo is such a concerned environmentalist -PUKE!

    2. Clooney part of the Sentinel project Darfur

      Interesting- Amal Clooney bolsters official but bogus narratives--- so familiar

    3. Self funded, well off family>?
      Bahzad Farhan, 28, has been documenting the tragedies befalling the Yazidis ever since Islamic State launched attacks in their unarmed communities nearly two years ago. Murad works independently and is self-funded, helped by a few volunteers. Coming from a well-off family, he says he doesn't have to worry about money and has nothing else to do. AP


      Murad works "independently" (no verification of his gathered info, convenient)

      The anonymity of the victims, I'm sorry, is not acceptable to document reality.

      How do we know the people actually exist?

      And this is just odd

      "He photographed each item the woman had with her when she escaped (what is the point?) as he does with all the women he interviews. The pictures go into the victim's file, along with the description of their case and other personal details. (But no names?) Alongside the case files, his home garage has many boxes of these items: the clothes they were wearing, bags, water bottles, even small bank notes."

      And he keeps this in his home garage? This self funded rich man 'who cares"

      You just know I don't find that narrative credible at all, right?


  3. Today's news:

    The Syrian Army is now launching missile attacks against ISIS from the outskirts of Raqqa.

  4. Check it out:

    1. thanks Ally!

      "Sometimes he would go over in the corner and sit and drink by himself, and other times he would get so drunk he was loud and belligerent," said Ty Smith, who also uses the name Aries.

      Reminds me of the 911 hijackers, who went to bars and did things that got them noticed-


    So much for the Russian Air and Space Forces conceeding to the empires request to give al-Nusra a break. I'm happy, very happy.

  6. On the Kurds and their claims of federalization in Syria

    I'm seeing more Syrian voices(twitter) against the kurd agenda last week or so .