Thursday, November 21, 2019

Pt. 2: ISIS Went To Syria From It's Iraqi Birthplace. Rewriting History for Perception Management

  Read Pt. 1: ISIS Went To Syria From It’s Iraqi Birthplace - Rewriting History for Perception Management before tackling the info below:

Let’s travel further back on memory lane... to 2013

Keeping in mind that ISIS was already operating in eastern Syria- Just across the Iraqi border in  Raqqa for example. And attacking non ISIS rebel groups-

Wilson Centre: The Rise and Spread of Islamic State
August 2013: ISIS begins attacking rebel groups including Liwa al Tawhid, Ahrar al Sham, and the Nusra Front in Raqqa and Aleppo.
Out of eastern Syria comes a Chechen ISIS Leader
The one that came into Syria via Iraq, very obviously. Who was also, can't be a coincidence, trained in the Georgian army by the US. The Chechen rebel commander came from Syria’s eastern countryside.. to Aleppo,  In a tricked out rig covered in oil pipes (oil is in eastern Syria)
US Funded Military to ISIS leader

“Rebels had welded dozens of oil-drilling pipes to the sides of the armored personnel carrier, and packed it with four tons of high explosives”
“an ethnic Chechen whose warring skills, learned in the U.S.-funded Georgian army”

“The jihadi commander has recently emerged from obscurity to be the northern commander in Syria of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham (ISIS)

In June of 2014 we had the breathtaking fall of Mosul- To ISIS, of course. ISIS had already taken Fallujah.- See the map below. Fallujah had fallen. Moving north west to Mosul. ISIS already operating well into Syria's Aleppo province. Led by the US trained Chechen. See above.

The Fall of Mosul and Who Benefits

We could follow ISIS's path as it spread and takes territory in two countries...It was all breathlessly reported on. But not questioned near enough!

Questions, Observations and Excerpts:
    "What really happened? Why was the road so clear for all these mercenaries to march in?... How did the group reach the outskirts of the city, then its very heart, without having been at least intercepted by the armed forces? Why was air power not used to deter or to paralyse them, if not to eliminate them altogether?"

Just throwing it out there- Maliki is weak, Iraq is divided. This no doubt creates a problem for acting in much needed unified manner? Thinking about the control of some of the area by Kurdish groups? Considering that some of the more duplicitous players in Iraq, amongst the Kurds, may have cleared the way for ISIS. Keep in mind some of the Kurdish groups are very chummy and heavily involved with Israel.
"Despite the loud noise they make about the fight against terrorism, US and European governments not only meet Daesh terrorists, but they provide them with weapons and financial support... When the US and European governments fail to adopt a position on all these terrorist crimes committed in Iraq, it clearly shows that they support the terrorists and Daesh is their tool."

It is being said that U.S.-trained government troops have fled the city, many of them **stripping off their uniforms so as to not be identified.**

US Trained Government Troops stripped their uniforms off and fled...... as 2,000 prisoners who could become fighters were freed. Enabling the grabbing of an airbase

"the primary goal of ISIS may have been to free more than 2,000 prisoners being held by the government in Mosul"

 the insurgents have their sights set on Salahuddin, a province north of Bagdad. “They have already seized the Shergat air base in Salahuddin,”
As luck would have it... the ISIS gang just happened to come across all necessary military equipment, fighters and cash In Iraq,  which they then transported into Syria... Well that’s quite a coincidence, wouldn’t you say? From a  link embedded in the 2014 post:

“Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (Isis) insurgents are transporting US-supplied Humvees across the border into war-torn Syria after capturing Iraq's second city of Mosul.”

The capture of Mosul occurred after an overnight assault by hundreds of Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (Isis) jihadists, bearing rocket-propelled grenades, sniper rifles and machine guns, on key local government, police and military headquarters.

The militants freed up to 1,000 inmates from Mosul's central prison, according to senior police officials. The group are now in control of Mosul airport and local television stations.   
As yours truly stated in 2014
 It was so good of the US to supply Shishani and ISIS with Humvees, no?

From there they could pass easier into Syria. They had Humvees. An airbase.  Arms Galore. A ready made fighting force and US trained leadership... Oh and they had cash! Lots of it.
Recall the reports of their bank heist at that time

"The provincial governor of Nineveh, Atheel al-Nujaifi, said that the radical Islamists had lifted additional millions from numerous banks across Mosul, as well as a “large quantity of gold bullion,” according to the International Business Times, which called ISIS the “World’s Richest Terror Force.”
There were conflicting reports about this theft. How much money was taken. Etc., Was it stolen from the banks? Or was it conveniently left somewhere for the thugs to pick up? What ever the case. We've got an armed military of thousands heading for Syria. They have humvees, guns, other modes of transportation and some cash. And then the "Yazidi Genocide" allegedly took place. I've had difficulty with this narrative for years and years now. Even then it seemed to be a cover for the transfer of ISIS fighters into Syria.  

I’m going to be straight up- The Yazidi narrative? I don’t find it credible. I find it convenient. But, not credible. 
*Why on earth would the Yazidi’s who are Kurds, however that is defined, head up to some mountain top on the border of Syria, when Kurdish territory is heavily guarded and virtually untouched?
What seems more plausible under cover of a genocide narrative?
At that time was seemed more plausible was the supplying of mercenaries obscured by claims of a genocide.
 -We do know that the US dropped quite an amount of 'humanitarian aid' One drop had contained:

     The U.S. Defence Department said planes dropped 72 bundles of supplies, including 8,000 ready-to-eat meals and thousands of gallons of drinking water, for threatened civilians near Sinjar.

The UK Drop consisted of..

 “The first UK aid drop took place over Mount Sinjar last night, with the RAF delivering bundles that included 1,200 reusable water containers providing 6,000 litres in total and 240 solar lanterns that can also be used to recharge mobile phones.

Were arms dropped as well?   It’s possible. It’s entirely possible. In fact it's probable. It's likely. All things considered. Air drops continue

At the time of this alleged humanitarian crisis the US released a video of their humanitarian aid being delivered.. Where are the 1000's and 1000's of so called refugees fleeing ISIS

Video from a comment left at that time : Humanitarian relief effort FMV 9 Aug 14/US Centcom

 Later reports claimed the alleged persons fleeing re entered Iraq at the Faysh Khabur/ Semalka crossing. Which tells us that ISIS had more then one way to enter Syria and exit Syria- safely. 

Barbahari, who is in charge of the Fishkhabur crossing with Syria, told AFP: "The Kurdish peshmerga forces have succeeded in making 30,000 Yazidis who fled Mount Sinjar, most of them women and children, cross into Syria and return to Kurdistan.
Did you get any idea from the centcom video that there were 30,000 women and children receiving the 'humanitarian aid"?

To summarize:  ISIS came from Iraq.  Period

Aided by the US and UK in particular it moved itself full scale into Syria. That’s the history as it unfolded. That is the reality. As documented here. Using a myriad of sources.

No rewrite of history presented by the 5 eyes alt and msm through spook mouthpieces is going to/can change that reality. I've covered this area for a long, long time now and the rewrite of what really happened, is cause for concern. The moving along of your thinking to suit an elitist agenda doesn't serve you or I, it wasn't designed to. The agenda serves the regime changers/regional remakers. The shameless sycophants participate, initiate and spread the lies. 
From Brett McGurk, Lindsey Snell through to Zero Hedge and many others. 


Some links for you regarding Gen. David Petreaus and alleged "missing/lost" (lol) Bosnian weapons shipments. This stretches as far back as 2006.
Clearly those weapons were always intended to arm ISIS. Clearly ISIS was created by Petreaus to do exactly what it has been doing for the last decade in Iraq and Syria

Anyone claiming ISIS was "inadvertantly" created or supported by the US, or is the result of unforseen "blowback" is either ignorant of the facts, and therefore should be entirely ignored on this subject, or simply lying, and should be ignored on all subjects.
I read the links, it's yet more verification that ISIS was created and armed in Iraq. And no where else.


  1. Again this post has been updated with additional information left by Hubris. As Hubris states anyone making claims of inadvertent, unforeseen or blowback wrt to the creation of ISIS in Iraq should be ignored on this subject or lying and should be ignored on all subjects- This applies to those claiming ISIS was created by Turkey. Should be ignored. Period.

  2. Hi Penny...just now getting to this Pt2. I want to add this article I found when going back to Bin Laden:

    ["Economics Professor Michel Chossudovsky of the University of Ottawa has just completed a detailed history of bin Laden's career detailing his secret funding and logistical support to terrorist organizations beginning from his early CIA-supported roots in the 1980s as a "freedom fighter" through to the present day."]

    In reading this article what is revealed is the fact that CIA asset Bin Laden/911 was the beginning of sending arms for ME policy...["The following text outlines the history of Osama Bin Laden and the links of the Islamic "Jihad" to the formulation of US foreign policy during the Cold War and its aftermath."]

    ["In 1979 "the largest covert operation in the history of the CIA" was launched in response to the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in support of the pro-Communist government of Babrak Kamal.:

    With the active encouragement of the CIA and Pakistan's ISI [Inter Services Intelligence], who wanted to turn the Afghan jihad into a global war waged by all Muslim states against the Soviet Union, some 35,000 Muslim radicals from 40 Islamic countries joined Afghanistan's fight between 1982 and 1992. Tens of thousands more came to study in Pakistani madrasahs. Eventually more than 100,000 foreign Muslim radicals were directly influenced by the Afghan jihad.

    The Islamic "jihad" was supported by the United States and Saudi Arabia with a significant part of the funding generated from the Golden Crescent drug trade:"]

    This is what became the beginning of isis.

    ...continue reading at this link plus several videos are posted by The Corbett Report and a few others. This article brings it to your dates and the rest is history. The reason for the revision is simple: with so many changes of names 'smoke & mirrors' as you rightly put it they are assuming no one is keeping score and most alt media is sold out (except for that 1% up North!). Anyways, with the public busy and tuned into msm...we have to agree that no one remembers what's been spinning for the years since 911. Good Work Penny and keep it backed up for those coming war crime trials :) (now I'm going to read Pt2)

    1. We have been arming the enemy/aggressor since WWII up to this very day...shameful...indefensible...blatant war criminals.

    2. Hey wallfower!
      I've got an article saved that further verifies/ties ISIS back to Iraq.

      Yes, I've got everything saved in a blog file.
      And there is lots and lots and lots of information within.

      Did you watch the centcom video? Did you see the 30,000 women and children? I didn't

  3. Glad to see your still a head banger, been a long time Grrrrl

    1. Well, this is a blast from the past indeed, swallow.
      How are you and yours?
      Yes, I'm still here all these years later.