According to a blockbuster report from WND, a Jordanian official who is terrified that ISIS will be coming for the Kingdom next, has insisted that the U.S. itself was instrumental in training ISIS fighters.
Wait, it gets even crazier. We learn that:
The source told WND that at least one of the training camps of the group Iraq of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Syria, the ISIS, is in the vicinity of Incirlik Air Base near Adana, Turkey, where American personnel and equipment are located…
The source said that after training in Turkey, thousands of ISIS fighters went to Iraq by way of Syria to join the effort to establish an Islamic caliphate subject to strict Islamic law, or Shariah.

 

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Submitted by Michael Krieger, Liberty Blitzkrieg:

Just yesterday, I wrote what I think was one of my most important articles of 2014, titled: America’s Disastrous Foreign Policy – My Thoughts on Iraq. The key point of the entire article came at the end when I noted that:

So in the course of less than a year, the Obama Administration has proposed an alliance with al-Qaeda in Syria and now an alliance with Iran to fight those very same forces.

If you didn’t get a chance to read that piece yesterday, it’s important to do so before reading further.

 

Apparently, I didn’t go far enough down the rabbit hole in my observations. According to this blockbuster article from WNDa Jordanian official who is terrified that ISIS will be coming for the Kingdom next, has insisted that the U.S. itself was instrumental in training some ISIS fighters. Wait, it gets even crazier. We learn that:

The source told WND that at least one of the training camps of the group Iraq of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Syria, the ISIS, is in the vicinity of Incirlik Air Base near Adana, Turkey, where American personnel and equipment are located.

The source said that after training in Turkey, thousands of ISIS fighters went to Iraq by way of Syria to join the effort to establish an Islamic caliphate subject to strict Islamic law, or Shariah.

This is simply incredible. Our allies in the Middle East are now accusing us of intentionality arming and supporting al-Qaeda in Iraq. The children running things in Washington D.C. have no clue what they are doing and are about to blow up the world. They all need to go.

From WND:

JERUSALEM – Members of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, or ISIS, were trained in 2012 by U.S. instructors working at a secret base in Jordan, according to informed Jordanian officials.

The officials said dozens of ISIS members were trained at the time as part of covert aid to the insurgents targeting the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in Syria. The officials said the training was not meant to be used for any future campaign in Iraq.

In February 2012, WND was first to report the U.S., Turkey and Jordan were running a training base for the Syrian rebels in the Jordanian town of Safawi in the country’s northern desert region.

Last March, the German weekly Der Spiegel reported Americans were training Syrian rebels in Jordan.

Quoting what it said were training participants and organizers, Der Spiegel reported it was not clear whether the Americans worked for private firms or were with the U.S. Army, but the magazine said some organizers wore uniforms. The training in Jordan reportedly focused on use of anti-tank weaponry.

The Jordanian officials spoke to WND amid concern the sectarian violence in Iraq will spill over into their own country as well as into Syria.

WND reported last week that, according to Jordanian and Syrian regime sources, Saudi Arabia has been arming the ISIS and that the Saudis are a driving force in supporting the al-Qaida-linked group.

WND further reported that, according to a Shiite source in contact with a high official in the government of Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, the Obama administration has been aware for two months that the al-Qaida-inspired group that has taken over two Iraqi cities and now is threatening Baghdad also was training fighters in Turkey.

The source told WND that at least one of the training camps of the group Iraq of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Syria, the ISIS, is in the vicinity of Incirlik Air Base near Adana, Turkey, where American personnel and equipment are located.

He called Obama “an accomplice” in the attacks that are threatening the Maliki government the U.S. helped establish through the Iraq war.

The source said that after training in Turkey, thousands of ISIS fighters went to Iraq by way of Syria to join the effort to establish an Islamic caliphate subject to strict Islamic law, or Shariah.

You don’t need me to tell you. This is bad. Very, very, very bad.

Full article here.

In Liberty,
Michael Krieger

 

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  1. Make no mistake these guys and their ilk are and were trained in turkey, jordan, by US and French assets, armed by saudi and US money, with weapons from all over.
     
    Anyone not understanding this is sorely uninformed.

    these savages were flow in into incirlik nato base in turkey, trained then sent to iskenderun then into syria from the turkish side. That is why stevens was IN ben gazi The jordanian side is mentioned above.

  2. Makes sense Obam Adm is training the Sunni for a couple of reasons. The region Kurdistan has 45Billion barrels of oil which on today’s market makes it worth $4.5 Trillion. The Kurds have been selling more and more of this oil which if left unchecked could put downward pressure on the price of oil. So really its the Bankster monopolists and Big Oil behind the Sunni to stop the flow of oil and keep oil prices up. It appears the Fed’s plan to implode the world economy is dependent on high prices of oil and possibly if oil fell to real supply and demand price this may sidetrack the Fed’s plans to take over the planet. Ukraine is about keeping gas prices up as well. The Fed has banked Sunni AlQueda from day one to fight their wars so what’s going on in the North Iraq probably is tied to both Syria and keeping the price of oil up. Hate to imagine what oil would be selling if all the oil which should be on the market was on the market. Maybe $25 bucks a barrel.

    • The volume of oil that can be produced in Kurdistan is currently pipeline constrained, meaning even if they could produce more they couldn’t get it out of the country …. a new pipeline would have to be built and that takes both time and money, not to mention negotiating with the Turks (and I don’t think they would be too interested in helping out an independent Kurdistan).

    • ISIS; Islamic state of Iraq AND Syria. (read, Saudi-Turkey Pipeline Corridor)
       
      The Saudis need to gain control of the pipeline corridor to Turkey in order to replace the Russians as the supplier of Gas (and piped Oil) into Turkey and Europe. They have to avoid the Kurd lands because the Kurds will sabotage any such lines in partnership with Iran, it is too vulnerable an area (the Turks know this from much experience), and a future Iranian (or even Russian) invasion would leave the lines vulnerable. The Saudi’s know they need to keep the lines hugging the Med to keep it practical and defendable (also able to supply Lebanese and Syrian populations, making them way more profitable).
       
      This war is mostly about Syria rather than Iraq in my opinion. The Iraqi puppet government was pushing back against US commercial colonialism, so I guess it was time for Washington to give the go ahead to the Saudis to start a virulent insurgency against the Shia because the piecemeal attacks on Syria up until now have failed to do serious damage to Assad. The most telling sign is that the US have NOT removed their Embassy in Baghdad, and instead have sent in a small ‘protection force’, so it is quite clear that the US will work with the new ISIS (greater Saudi caliphate) monkeys, otherwise it would have removed the Embassy all together, or would have invaded immediately to take Iraq back.
       
      If the US (NATO) can get Gas supplied into Turkey and Europe then the AngloSphere will deal a deadly blow to their only real serious competition in the Western world, the Russians. Is this not what the Ukraine civil war is all about? Keeping the German-Russian relationship from fully cementing? Funny that it is all kicking off simultaneously in Ukraine and the ISIS.
      The US and UK specifically want to dismember Russia, and destroying Gazprom’s European and Turkish market would cause so much financial turmoil in Russia that NATO affiliated financial power brokers may be able to internally oust Putin by doing backroom deals with Russian business community leaders who do not want to be cut off from their income flows.
      As it stands, Putin has been the #1 opponent of the London and New York banking cartels that are trying to keep the Dollar as King, and to keep the EU together but on a short leash, and to keep the EURO down against the Dollar, and to maintain either a US veto or a combined US-Commonwealth veto against IMF Reform, whilst using the inertia and clout of the current financial Legacy Systems of New York and London (and Brussels, ie SWIFT) to keep Frankfurt and the BRICS from being truly effective or gaining dominance.
       
      Simultaneously however the UK and US want to keep Iran believing that they have a dog in the fight against Sunni Saudis, so the West may cut a deal with Iran to gain territory in the East of Iraq, in order that the pipelines into Turkey can still be laid, but this will not happen until Syria falls. Thus the Shia are appeased and kept feeling as if the West are not cutting them out; this may keep Iran from throwing its weight completely behind a Russian alliance. But will the Iranians stop supporting Syria and watch it fall just for some more territory? And will Iran allow such an increase in financial power to be delivered to the Saudi’s on a platter?
       
      Personally I believe the US love the situation where Shia and Sunni are at each others throats, because it allows the US to double deal and to delay a regional Dinar from being implemented (Petro-Dollar stays King, or head Prince at least, LOL), but because they need to get these pipelines laid ASAP in order to hurt Russia I believe they will move quickly to appease the Saudi’s first and the Iranians second.
       
      Will Russia allow Syria to fall is the REAL question here? This will help force Russia to become visibly involved and then the US can cry foul in the UN, and justify anti-Russian push backs within NATO with greater force.
       
      The UK and US have up until now savoured balance of power plays, but I think this time they have bitten off more than they can chew, this will back fire big time, and the MENA is about ready to go cluster kablooey.
      Order out of Chaos indeed, but perhaps the Order part will be lacking, and then we see a world ‘Leader’ (NATO) appear to use an Iron Fist! But he will first need to duke it out with Putin who may prove to be a new Cyrus the Great if he wins the long game which I believe will be the case … and then China is always there waiting patiently to come up the rear.
       
      I know most people don’t think there is a WWIII coming, but I think this is incorrect. This can not fail to be a WWIII, it is too multidimensional a struggle to keep big power players from staying partially rational. Currently we are in a Great Depression scenario, and WWII was an inevitable outcome of a financial crisis that bad. People do desperate things when they are desperate, it is a rule of Nature.

    • @Anon123
      I don’t think the US wants to keep Gas prices up at all, I believe it serves them much more to keep them down so that Russian prices look uncompetitive.
      Russia is the only real player in the Gas market, and it would benefit widely from higher prices. The US and UK need to destroy or constantly sabotage Russia’s economy and keep the German-Russian relationship as strained as possible so that they can keep the EU together but reliant on NATO and the US, UK, French military umbrella. The new Cold War is exactly what London and Washington needed. They don’t want to strengthen Moscow in any way.
       
      Higher Oil prices on the other hand I believe you are correct. The Fed wants to keep them as high as possible for the outside world to keep the Saudis on board with the Petro-Dollar as this keeps much larger Qtys of USD’s sequestered in the overseas EuroDollar markets and out of the US. The Saudis always cut the US Oil concessions (backdoor) anyway, it’s just the rest of the world that really pays the premium.

  3. LMAO

    Do you people really read the article before commenting?
    It doesn’t say (if you do read it) that the US trained Syrian rebels that they knew were ISIS members. It says that they may or may not have trained rebels depending if you believe the “some people in uniform” were US military. They could have been cub scout leaders. The rebels might have represented themselves of being from the moderate Free Syrian Army, gotten the training, returned to fight in Syria and switched sides. It doesn’t really say ……

    One thing is obvious is that a lot of you want to find fault in the US government at any cost. To find the truth you need to go in with an open mind, and that doesn’t exist in your worlds.

    May your hats always be lined with tinfoil! Salute!

    • @Cyberspace-Void >>>One thing is obvious is that a lot of you want to find fault in the US government at any cost.
      You have to be a complete moron don’t you?
      Why don’t you spend your SD Forum time watching CNN instead.
       
      >>> To find the truth you need to go in with an open mind, and that doesn’t exist in your worlds.
      What planet are you living on? Who gives a damn if US troops/citizens did or did not train them, most of the comments on this thread (except Anon123) are about what is clearly ANOTHER collusion between Washington and the House of Saud, and Kuwait etc… media all over the world are covering this fact now. It’s all about Pipelines and Fossil Fuel Politics, not religious preferences except for a minority of the radicals. Most of these ‘Radicals’ are doing what they are doing because they are being PAID … mercenaries … follow the money and M.O but this is obviously out of your limited scope.
       
      >>>May your hats always be lined with tinfoil! Salute!
      May your hat always be stuck up your ass where your head is.
      I’ll spell it out for you   MORON!

  4. “This is simply incredible.”
     
    Yes, it is.  In fact, I find it completely lacking in any credibility whatever, despite what some nameless Jordanian “official” may or may not have said.  The sticking point for me is the supposed connection in Turkey.  Turks are ferocious fighters… very tough men.  They view Arabs as being about equal in worth to a starving cur.  There is no way that the Turks are going to assist in the creation of a vicious band of heavily armed Arabs by allowing their territory to be used for training camps.  The Turks are already highly suspicious of the Kurds and do not worse than them in their geographic area.  There simply is no upside in this for them.  Getting goodies from Uncle Sugar is one thing but this is entirely different and highly dangerous, IMO.
     

    • @Ed_B >>> There is no way that the Turks are going to assist in the creation of a vicious band of heavily armed Arabs by allowing their territory to be used for training camps.
      A Turkish official just recently stated that they would support a Kurd Independent State … probably referring to one in Iraq, but who knows, they may even want to appease them with Turkish territory in order to get Syria out of the way so that they can get their pipelines through.
       
      It’s all about pipelines Ed … Pipelines.
       
      They need to link up Turkey and Europe to ME Gas in order to cut out Gazprom, but there is a little pro-Russian country in the way … Syria.
      Remember, Libya has Gas pipelines into Italy through Sicily, so Southern Europe is getting capacity that way without relying on Gazprom. Taking down Gadhafi was about delaying regional Gold Dinar talk, but also about getting Gas capacity up as high as possible, and costs as low as possible to displace Gazprom markets as quickly as possible.
       
      Western Gas giants are also turbo charging their efforts to develop fields in Balkan states and Ukraine, and this is not because they are high quality or profitable reserves, more so it is because they need to cut out Gazprom.
       
      The US, UK and France are trying like crazy to breakup the business relationships between Germany and Russia … it is their worst fear that Germany and Russia will create a commerce corridor that cannot be broken because it will draw the EU’s main supporter/controller away from the AngloSphere banking cartels that the French are now singing along with in order to keep Germany down as much as possible. Otherwise Germany will dominate even more in the EU, and part of the deal was that France and Germany would be equal partners on the EU project, otherwise Hitler was defeated in vain. The French don’t like a too strong Germany, and the French have bad inferiority complexes that need to be nourished.

    • “A Turkish official just recently stated that they would support a Kurd Independent State …”
       
      Yeah.  Right.  And the Turks have been fighting and suppressing the Kurds in their own territory for how long now?  Since the days of the Ottoman Empire, at least.  The Turks want an independent Kurdistan about as much as the US wants the Indians to take the country back.  Other countries in that area who have Kurdish populations do not much want that either.  All of them might be eager to give away territory to the Kurds that is not theirs, however.
       
      “It’s all about pipelines Ed … Pipelines.”
       
      Yeah, we keep hearing that.
       
      “They need to link up Turkey and Europe to ME Gas in order to cut out Gazprom, but there is a little pro-Russian country in the way … Syria.”
       
      This could well become a specious argument if Russia decides to sell its energy products to Asian countries, rather than the EU countries.  The EU countries need Russian oil and gas a LOT more than Russia needs their fiat.  This will become more clear in time, if it isn’t already.
       
      “The US, UK and France are trying like crazy to breakup the business relationships between Germany and Russia … “
       
      Try as they might, they will fail.  Germany and Russia are now well aware of the fact that they need each other more than they need anyone else.  This seems odd considering their antagonistic history but self-interest has a way of changing things… hopefully for the better.  I fully expect to see German technology incorporated into Russian spacecraft in the very near future as well as combined German-Russian space missions to the moon, asteroids, and beyond.
       
      As to the EU, it will likely become irrelevant in the not too distant future.  Germany is the big dog in that area and if they become even closer to Russia than they are now, they will have less and less in common with the debt-ridden EU countries… or with the UK and US for that matter.
       
      Added to this is the fact that a lot of Germans are not all that happy with the US over US failure to deliver German gold from the NY Fed.  Even Germans who are not terribly fond of gold are unhappy about it not being returned.  It’s their property and they are entitled to it whether or not they see it as a great asset.
       

  5. WillNotBeASlave
    As I read your post I wet my finger and tested the winds of war.  From my reading of the events leading up to WWI and WWII, the local and regional conflicts started blowing out, dragging in reluctant players, creating unstable alliances and troubling pacts.  Once the events preceeding these two wars reached a climatic point, it took only a slight shove to draw the great nations into the war, mostly to avoid being left behind as the armies and battles commenced.
    I  was not sure that you were getting at until your last paragraph, and concur with you that the MENA region, oil, food, water, power alliances, debt and FIAT are all threatening to draw the great powers into a global conflict.  The problem is that we have half a dozen nuclear armed countries who have not had a chance to test their weapons of war on other countries.  
    Most certainly the leaders of the  nations with massive weapons system built prior to WWI and WWII were anxious to test and place into service these weapons, if for no other reason than the fear that these weapons of war would be destroyed or otherwise rendered obsolete or ineffective in the coming conflict
    The first to shoot from the high ground has the best tactical advantage to win the war when nuclear weapons are involved.

    • @AGXIIK
      This is mostly about Nat Gas and geography, and Russophobia. Basically that’s it.
      Oil is not as big of an incentive now than the Nat Gas which needs pipelines to be competitive.
      Syria is simply in the wrong place … too geo-strategic of a location to be opposing the despotic Arabian Princes.
      Now that we have ISIS I’m just waiting for OSIRIS to pop up in Central Asia, LOL.
      The US via Operation Gladdio was funding the establishment of over 300 mosques in Central Asia, this has been proven. Islam is too useful to the West as a passable excuse for destabilizing countries. Christianity cannot be used for this, to their chagrin.

  6. I have a great admiration for the great warrior who also strived  for peace.
    Churchhill said it’s better to Jaw Jaw than War War
    Sadly, sometimes  we have children as leaders.
    As often as not we have psychopaths for leaders. I do not see a single leader in this world with gravitas.
    We, the people, put these lunatics  in positions of power either through the voting booth or unwillingness to take up arms to extirpate them from their offices.
    If it’s war we get, we are the idiots who allowed it to take place.  
    In reality we accepted the fact that these people were the best to people to lead up in times of great strife.  
    The sad part it that billions could pay the ultimate price for this acquiescence to the rule of infants and psychopaths.  Sometimes the two occupy the same $5,000 suit.
    It seems there is a scourge coming.
     

    • Mammon = Useless Elections = War = Mammon.
      The LOVE of money is the root of all evil.
      It doesn’t really matter who we elect, because there is simply too many super-uber-rich corrupt money grubbing kleptobankers and kleptocrats now to prevent the honest politicians from being elected.
      War we get, because we ate of the Fruit of the wrong Tree.
      Free Will is not all the misotheist hoards believe it to be.

    • @AGXIIK
      Churchill also said that he was “in favor of using poisoned gas against uncivilized tribes”.
      His advisors told him that might be controversial, so the night time bombing raids of largely civilian populations with white phosphorous without any military significance ensued … Dresden was a good example. Churchill was trying to minimize the refugee populations that the US and Brits had to deal with after the war, so eliminated 1.5 to 2million hungry mouths from the picture.
      But Hitler was the only criminal leader of WWII we are told. He’s playing cards with Satan and Churchill in the 9th circle of Hell.

  7. I’m not saying Churchhill was a saint—far from it.  A product of his time and a warrior through and through, he was the right man for the times in GB.  I was raised in Canada so all my history was from the British perspective.
     

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