2016 is turning out to be a big year for uncovering deep truths that will reshape our world — a year where what could be the greatest opportunity to see through the corruption and deceit that plague the world of Western politics has presented itself.
Below is an image from Wikileaks’ twitter page. The well-known group headed by Julian Assange leaks classified material regarding corrupt activities of politicians, governments, corporations, banks, and more.
In the post, Wikileaks writes, “Hillary Clinton took cash from, was the director of, company that did deals with ISIS.” Below the description, documents revealing this connection were posted by Wikileaks.
Of course, it’s not just Clinton involved in arming ‘terrorist groups.’ This has been going on for years and the U.S. has been involved regardless of political side. It’s important to note this is not about calling out one candidate or another, or one political party or another, but about using evidence available to educate people about what’s happening.
The documents reveal that French industrial giant Lafarge paid taxes to ISIS so they could operate their cement plant in Syria. They also revealed that Lafarge has been buying ISIS’ oil for a very long time.
What is so significant about this? Hillary Clinton has close ties to Lafarge. They donate regularly to the Clinton foundation, and Hillary herself was the director of Lafarge in the 1980s.
This is another great example of the ties between corporate ’employees’ and politicians. It lends to the very idea that presidency is owned. As Theodore Roosevelt said, “they are selected, not elected.”
In addition to Wikileaks, French media outlet LE Monde revealed that Lafarge not only paid ISIS but also other armed groups in Syria as well, ostensibly to protect their business interests in Syria. But who knows what other motives the company had. Rarely do we see honest disclosure when it comes to such dealings.
As the Canary article points out, prior investigations by Zaman al-Wasl, an independent news outlet run by elements of the Syrian opposition, revealed that Lafarge had regularly bought oil from ISIS.
Terrorists Are Made In America
“Terrorist are Made In America.” These are the words of prominent author and Canadian economist Dr. Michel Chossudovsky, the University of Ottawa’s Emeritus Professor of Economics, who spoke at the International Conference on the New World Order.
He went on to emphasize that “we are dealing with a criminal undertaking at a global level,” and that there is a war being led by the United States and its allies. He stated that “the global war on terrorism is fake . . . it’s based on fake premises” and it tells us that “somehow America and the Western world are going after a fictitious enemy, the Islamic State, when in fact the Islamic State is fully supported and financed by the Western military alliance and America’s allies in the Persian gulf.”
Now think about ‘Islamophobia’ and reflect on the actions of ISIS and what they represent. Do they have anything to do with Islam? This is a textbook example of religion being taken and used by this small group of elite, who hide behind the big banks and their corporations, to push an idea in order to drive fear into people in order to justify a fake war. It’s called ‘false flag terrorism.’
Chossudovksy went on to state that “they say Muslims are terrorists, but it just so happens that terrorists are Made in America. They’re not the product of Muslim society, and that should be abundantly clear to everyone on this floor . . . the global war on terrorism is a fabrication, a big lie, and a crime against humanity.”
How ISIS Is Funded
The fact that groups like Al Qaeda and ISIS are not independent organizations should be clear. They are sponsored by the West and time and time again we’ve had irrefutable evidence presented that proves this. Why do some people not believe this? Mainly because it’s not the mainstream narrative. Intense yet misguided patriotism also prevents people from seeing the truth.
Choissudovsky spoke of one great example in his talk:
They are sponsored, and they are sponsored by the United States and its allies. It is documented that prior to 2011, there was a process of recruitment of mujahideen to fight in Syria, and this was coordinated by NATO and the Turkish high command. This report is confirmed by Israeli news sources and unequivocally, we are dealing with a state-sponsorship of terrorism, the recruitment of mercenaries, the training and the financing of terrorism.
Vladimir Putin, longtime president of Russia, has also stated a number of times that ISIS is being funded by the Western military alliance.
There are countless examples, not just in the form of documentation, but also statements from people who have been in positions to know about these things. When it comes to documents, these recent Wikileaks examples are not the only ones. We’ve had the opportunity to see through this for a long time, as Former British foreign secretary Robin Cook has outlined explicitly:
The truth is, there is no Islamic army or terrorist group called Al-Qaeda, and any informed intelligence officer knows this. But, there is a propaganda campaign to make the public believe in the presence of an intensified entity representing the ‘devil’ only in order to drive TV watchers to accept a unified international leadership for a war against terrorism. The country behind this propaganda is the United States.
What can we do about it? Globally we are still waking up to the fact that some ‘terrorist’ attacks are completely planned and fabricated by the elite. This is done to justify the infiltration of other countries for ulterior motives, which seems to be for the goal of establishing a New World Order and literally taking over the world.
The more we become aware of this information, share it, and transcend the fear that comes with realizing we’re being lied to, the sooner we can start voicing our concerns and exposing those who need to be exposed. As we awaken to these truths we begin to change global consciousness, making it more difficult for these actions to be passed by because people are more aware.
Once we see and identify the problem, we can then start implementing solutions.