Is It Possible That ISIS Is The Saudi Arabia Army In Disguise???

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For decades Saudi Arabia have financed terrorism to advance their agenda to acquire more wealth and oil for the royal family.  ~ Sean Adl-Tabatabai

Zerohedge.com reports:

In
recent weeks one nation after another is falling over themselves,
literally, to join the turkey shoot known, erroneously, as the war in
Syria, ostensibly against the Islamic State or Daesh.

The most wanted
but most feared question is where will this war frenzy lead, and how can
it be stopped short of dragging the entire planet into a world war of
destruction?

On September 30, responding to a formal invitation or
plea from the duly-elected President of the Syrian Arab Republic, the
Russian Federation began what was an initially highly effective bombing
campaign in support of the Syrian Government Army.

On 13 November
following the terror attacks claimed by ISIS in Paris, the French
President proclaimed France was “at war” and immediately sent her one
and only aircraft carrier, the Charles de Gaulle, to Syria to join the
battle.

Then on December 4, the German Parliament approved sending 1,200
German soldiers and six Tornado jets to “help” France. Reports out of
Germany say the Germans will not work with Russia or the Assad regime,
but with CentCom command in Florida and coalition headquarters, not in
Damascus, but in Kuwait.

The same week the UK Parliament approved
sending British planes and forces to “fight ISIS” in Syria. Again we can
be sure it’s not to help Russia’s cause in cooperation with the Syrian
Army of Assad to restore sovereignty to Syria.

Then Turkey’s
hot-head President Recep Erdogan, fresh from his criminal, premeditated
downing of the Russian SU-24 in Syria, orders Turkish tanks into the
oil-rich Mosul region of Iraq against the vehement protests of the Iraqi
government.

Added to this chaos, the United States claims that its
planes have been surgically bombing ISIS sites for more than a year, yet
the result has been only to expand the territories controlled by ISIS
and other terror groups.

If we take a minute to step back and
reflect, we can readily realize the world is literally going berzerk,
with Syria as merely the ignition to a far uglier situation which has
the potential to destroy our lovely, peaceful planet.

Something major missing…

In
recent weeks I have been increasingly unsatisfied by the general
explanations about who is actually pulling the strings in the entire
Middle East plot or, more precisely, plots, to the point of reexamining
my earlier views on the role of Saudi Arabia.

Since the June, 2015
surprise meeting in St Petersburg between Russian President Putin and
Saudi Defense Minister Prince Salman, the Saudi monarchy gave a
carefully cultivated impression of rapprochement with former arch-enemy
Russia, even discussing purchase of up to $10 billion in Russian
military equipment and nuclear plants, and possible “face time” for
Putin with the Saudi King Salman.

The long procession of Arab
leaders going to Moscow and Sochi in recent months to meet President
Putin gave the impression of a modern version of the walk to Canossa
in1077 of Holy Roman Emperor Henry IV to Pope Gregory VII at Canossa
Castle, to beg revocation of Henry’s ex-communication.

This time it
looked like it was the Gulf Arab monarchs in the role of Henry IV, and
Vladimir Putin in the role of the Pope. Or so it seemed. I at least
believed that at the time. Like many global political events, that, too,
was soaked in deception and lies.

What is now emerging,
especially clear since the Turkish deliberate ambush of the Russian
SU-24 jet inside Syrian airspace, is that Russia is not fighting a war
against merely ISIS terrorists, nor against the ISIS backers in Turkey.

Russia is taking on, perhaps unknowingly, a vastly more dangerous plot.
Behind that plot is the hidden role of Saudi Arabia and its new monarch,
King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, together with his son, the Defense
Minister, Prince Salman.

Saudi ‘impulsive intervention policy’

German
media has widely reported a leaked German BND intelligence estimate.
The BND is Germany’s version of the CIA. The BND report, among other
things, concentrates on the rising role of the King’s son, 30-year-old
Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

Referring to the child prince’s important
role the BND states, “The current cautious diplomatic stance of senior
members of the Saudi royal family will be replaced by an impulsive intervention policy.”

Prince
Salman is Defense Minister and led the Kingdom, beginning last March,
into a mad war, code-named by Salman as “Operation Decisive Storm,” in
neighboring Yemen.

Saudis headed a coalition of Arab states that
includes Egypt, Morocco, Jordan, Sudan, the United Arab Emirates,
Kuwait, Qatar and Bahrain. The Prince is also head of the Saudi Economic
Council which he created.

The new King, Salman, is not the benign sweet guy his PR staff try to paint him.

As
my soon-to-be-released book, The Lost Hegemon: Whom the gods would
destroy, documents in detail, ever since CIA Cairo Station Chief Miles
Copeland organized the transfer of the Muslim Brotherhood, banned in
Egypt for an alleged assassination attempt against Nasser, to Saudi
Arabia in the early 1950’s, there has existed a perverse marriage of the
Saudi monarchy and radical “Islamic” terrorist organizations.

As
described by John Loftus, a former US Justice Department official, by
the joining of Egypt’s Muslim Brothers and Saudi strict Islam, “they
combined the doctrines of Nazism with this weird Islamic cult,
Wahhabism.”

Allen Dulles’ CIA secretly persuaded the Saudi
monarchy in 1954 to help rebuild the banned Muslim Brotherhood, thereby
creating a fusion of the Brotherhood with Saudi ultra-fundamentalist
Wahhabi Islam and, of course, backed by the vast Saudi oil riches.

The
CIA planned to use the Saudi Muslim Brothers to wield a weapon across
the entire Muslim world against feared Soviet incursions. A fanatical
young terrorist named Osama bin Laden was later to arise out of this
marriage in Hell between the Brotherhood and Wahhabite Saudi Islam.

King
Salman was in the middle of creating Osama bin Laden’s Al Qaeda as it
was later dubbed in the media.

His involvement goes back to the late
1970’s when he, as Governor of Riyadh, was named head of major
conservative Saudi charities later discovered financing Al Qaeda in
Afghanistan and Bosnia.

Salman worked intimately as the financial
funding conduit for what became Al Qaeda together with bin Laden’s Saudi
intelligence “handler,” then-head of Saudi Intelligence, Prince Turki
Al-Faisal and the Saudi-financed Muslim World League.

King Salman
in those days headed the Saudi High Commission for Relief to
Bosnia-Herzegovina, a key front for al-Qaeda in the Balkans in the
1990s.

According to a United Nations investigation, Salman in the 1990s
transferred more than $120 million from commission accounts under his
control — as well as his own personal accounts — to the Third World
Relief Agency, an al-Qaida front and the main pipeline for illegal
weapons shipments to al-Qaida fighters in the Balkans.

Osama bin Laden
was directly involved in those operations of Salman.

During the US
invasion of Iraq in 2003-4, Al Qaeda entered that country, headed by
Moroccan-born terrorist Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, who had pledged allegiance
to bin Laden’s Al Qaeda, creating Al Qaeda in Iraq, later calling
itself the Islamic State in Iraq, the Saudi-financed forerunner of ISIS.

A declassified Pentagon DIA document shows that in August 2012, the DIA
knew that the US-backed Syrian insurgency was dominated by Islamist
militant groups including “the Salafists, the Muslim Brotherhood and al-Qaeda in Iraq.”

According to author Gerald Posner, Salman’s son, Ahmed bin Salman, who died in 2002, also had ties to al-Qaida.

A Saudi Oil Imperium

If
we look at the emergence of Al Qaeda in Iraq and its transformation
into the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), it all traces back to
the Saudi operations going back to the late 1970’s involving now-King
Salman, Saudi Osama bin Laden, together with Saudi intelligence head,
Prince Turki Al-Faisal.

Washington and the CIA worked intimately
with this Saudi network, bringing bin Laden and other key Saudis into
Pakistan to train with the Pakistani ISI intelligence, creating what
became the Afghan Mujahideen.

The Mujahideen were created by Saudi,
Pakistani and US intelligence to defeat the Soviet Red Army in the
1980’s Afghanistan war, the CIA’s “Operation Cyclone.”

Cyclone was
Zbigniew Brzezinski’s plan to lure Moscow into an Afghan “Bear Trap” and
give the Soviet Union what he called their “Vietnam.”

The
so-called ISIS today in Iraq and Syria, as well as the Al Qaeda Al-Nusra
Front in Syria and various other Jihad terror splinter gangs under
attack from Russia and the Damascus government of Assad, all have their
origins in Saudi Arabia and the activities of King Salman.

Has the
King undergone a Saul-to-Paul conversion to a pacific world view since
becoming King, and his son, Prince Salman as well? Despite signals in
recent months that the Saudis have ceased financing the anti-Assad
terror organizations in Syria, the reality is the opposite.

The Saudis Behind Erdo?

Much
attention of late is given, understandably, to the Turkish dictatorship
of the thug, Recep Tayyip Erdogan. This is especially so since his Air
Force deliberately shot down the Russian SU-24 jet over Syrian
territory, an act of war. What few look at are the ties of Erdogan and
his AKP to the Saudi monarchy.

According to a well-informed
Turkish political source I spoke with in 2014, who had been involved in
attempts to broker a peace between Assad and Erdogan, Erdogan’s first
Presidential election campaign in August 2014 was “greased” by a gift of
$ 10 billion from the Saudis.

After his victory in buying the
presidential election, Erdogan and his hand-picked Prime Minister Ahmet
Davutolu opened the doors wide to establish secret training centers for
what was to be called ISIS.

Under supervision of Hakan Fidan, Erdogan’s
hand-picked head of the Secret Services (MIT), Turkey organized camps
for training ISIS and other terrorists in Turkey and also to provide
their supplies inSyria. 

The financing for the Turkish ISIS operation was
arranged apparently by a close personal friend of Erdogan named Yasin
al-Qadi, a Saudi banker close to the Saudi Royal House, member of the
Muslim Brotherhood, financier of Osama Bin Laden and Al Qaeda since
Afghanistan in the 1980’s.

Erdogan’s
US-sanctioned and Saudi-financed terrorist training camps have brought
an estimated 200,000 mercenary terrorists from all over the world,
transited by Turkey in order to wage “jihad” in Syria.

But that
jihad, it is now clear, is not about Allah but about Moola—money. The
Saudi monarchy is determined to control the oil fields of Iraq and of
Syria using ISIS to do it.

They clearly want to control the entire world
oil market, first bankrupting the recent challenge from US shale oil
producers, then by controlling through Turkey the oil flows of Iraq and
Syria.

Saudi TOW missiles to ISIS

In May
2014, the MIT transferred to ISIS terrorists in Syria, by special train,
a quantity of heavy weapons and new Toyota pick-ups offered by Saudi
Arabia.

Now a detailed investigation of the Turkish shoot down of
the Russian SU-24 jet reveals that the Turkish F-16 jet that shot down
the jet was supported by two AWACS reconnaissance planes that enabled
the Turkish F-16 exact hit, a very difficult if not impossible feat
against a jet as agile as the SU-24.

One of the AWACS planes was a
Boeing AWACS E-3A of the Saudi Arabian air force which took off from the
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia airbase.

Then,
as a Russian rescue helicopter rushed to the scene of the SU-24 crash,
Saudi TOW anti-aircraft missiles shot the Russian helicopter down. The
Saudis had sent 500 of the highly-effective TOW missiles to anti-Assad
terror groups in Syria on October 9.

What
we have, then, is not an isolated Russian war against ISIS in Syria.
What lies behind ISIS is not just Erdogan’s criminal regime, but far
more significant, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and her Wahhabite allies
Kuwait, UAE, Qatar.

In the true sense, ISIS is simply a “Saudi army in disguise.”

If
we strip away the phony religious cover, what emerges is a Saudi move
to grab some of the world’s largest oil reserves, those of the Sunni
parts of Iraq, and of Syria, using the criminal Turkish regime in the
role of thug to do the rough work, like a bouncer in a brothel.

If
Moscow is not conscious of this larger dimension, she runs the risk of
getting caught in a deadly “bear trap” which will more and more remind
them of Afghanistan in the 1980’s.

What stinks in Saudi Arabia
ain’t the camel dung. It’s the monarchy of King Salman and his
hot-headed son, Prince Salman. For decades they have financed terrorism
under a fake religious disguise, to advance their private plutocratic
agenda.

It has nothing to do with religion and everything to do with
money and oil. A look at the ISIS map from Iraq to Syria shows that they
precisely targeted the oil riches of those two sovereign states.

Saudi
control of that oil wealth via their ISIS agents, along with her clear
plan to take out the US shale oil competition, or so Riyadh reckons,
would make the Saudi monarchy a vastly richer state, one, perhaps
because of that money, finally respected by white western rich men and
their society. That is clearly bovine thinking.

Don’t bet on that Salman.

Source

 

December 14, 2015 – KnowTheLies

 

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