Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Syrian War Report – August 22, 2017: ISIS Defense Rapidly Collapses In Central Syria

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ISIS – Always-Always Claims Responsibility

August 22, 2013

by Peter Koenig
Whenever a terrorist attack hits somewhere in Europe or the world, wait a few hours and the police or media report ISIS / ISIL / Daesh claims responsibility. To enhance credibility, they usually say it was confirmed by ISIS news agency Amaq. As soon as this little piece of info is out, the upset populace takes a deep breath and falls at ease. It’s the usual culprits. It’s them, not us. We are fine. We can go back to business as usual.
This in Europe alone has happened more than 40 times since May 2014 – that’s as many ‘Muslim-induced terror attacks’ Western Europe has endured; from Paris to Nice, Brussels, London, Berlin, Munich, W├╝rzburg, Copenhagen, Zvornik (Bosnia & Herzegovina), Moscow, Istanbul, and many more ( ). And almost without fail, the alleged perpetrator(s) were killed, though most of them were not armed and could have been apprehended by police, questioned and brought to justice. Dead men don’t talk. That’s more convenient.
The latest Barcelona terror Amuck-run on the Rambla is not different. It is a case in point and a typical case for confusion. There were several chief-perpetrators suspected and killed. Many names circulated – and, of course, a passport, leading to a Spanish enclave in Morocco was found. The owner of the passport, immediately reported it to the police as stolen, with a solid alibi. But then, suitably his 17-year-old brother stole the passport and left it in the white van, when he fled on foot, injured from an explosion the night before, in a residency some 230 km south of Barcelona – or was that really him? – and several hours after the Rambla assault, he was caught by police in Cambrils, 120 km south of Barcelona in another attempted pedestrian run – and killed among one of five terrorists who happened to be squeezed into the same Audi. Ever wondered, why so many terrorists in one car? – Or was he really one of those killed?
By now, the people are really-really confused. Nobody knows up from down in this chaos. Better leave it to the authorities. They know best to handle the situation. Let us go back to normal – until the next terror attack hits – Allahu Akbar – very likely next in a theatre near you, somewhere in this old, purposefully and increasingly militarized police state, called Europe.
What happened to the real and innocent owner of the passport? – Does anybody know? Or can we ask ten ‘official’ sources and get ten different answers?
How come special police throughout Europe apply the same philosophy – kill to shut them up? Isn’t there a police ethics code – shoot only in self-defense? Most cases were no self-defense, as the ‘terrorists’ were visibly not armed. Have European secret and special police forces been receiving collective, well-focused training: no Muslim-Terrorist Survivors!
Why not? – That would also explain why never anybody questions the ISIS claim to murder and mayhem. Why would ISIS / ISIL / Daesh want to hurt those who fund them, train them, arm them feed them? – It’s not even secret any more. Hillary said so already years ago, We created them, now we have to deal with them. Former CIA officials admitted that they recruited, funded, trained and armed them – later the ISIL / Daesh reign was expanded with additional financial backing by the Saudis, other Gulf States and Turkey – and, of course, all the holy western allies. – So, why would ISIS want to hurt the cow whose milk they drink? Strange – isn’t it? (
Maybe what meets the eye is not reality. Could it be that ISIS / ISIL / Daesh, out of sheer gratitude to its benevolent sponsors have agreed to take the blame whenever a western orchestrated terror attack strikes somewhere in Europe or the world? Can’t be excluded, can it? It’s not even blackmail. After all, lending a helping hand to the Big Brothers, NATO, France, Germany, UK, US of A and many more lesser contributors, but contributors all the same – who keep you alive, would not be out of the world. – Right? – This is all done in connivance with massive support of European secret services, led by the usual villains, CIA, MI6, Mossad.
Is it therefore far-fetched to conclude that European governments are utterly complicit in instigating and executing these ‘false flag’ terror attacks, sacrificing the lives of hundreds of their citizens, just so they can pursue their goal of totally militarizing the Continent? – That they are as faithful vassals following the pattern of their trans-Atlantic partners – aiming at Full Spectrum Dominance – World Hegemony, a New World Order under a One World Order governed by Washington and its Deep Dark handlers? – Barcelona, Paris, Berlin are mere little pebbles in the Big Picture mosaic of world dominion. And the people, the mothers, fathers, wives, husbands, children who are killed – they are just menial collateral damage. After all, slaves – what is their value?
Peter Koenig is an economist and geopolitical analyst. He is also a former World Bank staff and worked extensively around the world in the fields of environment and water resources. He lectures at universities in the US, Europe and South America. He writes regularly for Global Research, ICH, RT, Sputnik, PressTV, The 4th Media (China), TeleSUR, The Vineyard of The Saker Blog, and other internet sites. He is the author of Implosion – An Economic Thriller about War, Environmental Destruction and Corporate Greed – fiction based on facts and on 30 years of World Bank experience around the globe. He is also a co-author of The World Order and Revolution! – Essays from the Resistance.


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All statues of Lenin pulled down across Ukraine

The Rape of Japan After World War II Revisited

In Yokosuka, US Marines on an “inspection tour” entered one home and at gun point spent their time raping a 36-year-old mother and her teenage daughter. In another home in the same town, two marines chased a terrified housemaid upstairs and cornering the woman in a small room both raped her in turn.In another community, small gangs of marines spread out. One group of three offered a young housewife a ten yen bank note for sex and when she flatly refused they dragged her into another room and raped her anyway.
What happened in Germany also happened in Japan after World War II.

…by Jonas E. Alexis and Thomas Goodrich

Thomas Goodrich is a historian living in Florida. He has written ten historical studies over the past few years. Some of those works include Bloody Dawn: The Story of the Lawrence Massacre (Kent: Kent State University Press, 1991), Black Flag: Guerrilla Warfare on the Western Border, 1861-1865 (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1995), Scalp Dance: Indian Warfare on the High Plains, 1865-1879 (Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books, 1997), War to the Knife: Bleeding Kansas, 1854-1861 (Mechanicsburg, Stackpole Books, 1998), Bloody Bill Anderson: The Short, Savage Life of a Civil War Guerrilla (Mechanicsburg: Stackpole Books, 1998), The Darkest Dawn: Lincoln, Booth, and the Great American Tragedy (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2006), and Hellstorm: The Death of Nazi Germany, 1944-1947 (Sheridan, CO: Aberdeen Books, 2010). Hellstorm, which we have previously reviewed, has been translated into numerous languages, including French, Portuguese, and German. Goodrich is currently writing a book tentatively titled, Summer, 1945—Germany, Japan and the Harvest of Hate.
Jonas E. Alexis: The West has been playing double standards when it comes to history for years, and representatives of the Allied Forces (mainly historians) think that they have a monopoly on what happened in the past. Here we are specifically talking about what happened to the Japanese after World War II was over. Even the Daily Mail, of all places, is beginning to tear apart the Allied narrative by stating:
“While some other World War II armies had military brothels, Japan is the only country accused of such widespread, organized sexual slavery…. [Osaka Mayor Toru] Hashimoto also claims singling out Japan is wrong, alleging the issue also existed in the armed forces of the United States, Britain, France, Germany and the former Soviet Union during World War II.”[1]
Hashimoto said: “It is a hard truth that even these nations used local women for sexual reasons. This is a historical fact and there is hard evidence that proves it was true.”[2] He is right. But why is it that much of the world is forcing Japan to pay reparation while German civilians haven’t received a dime for what happened to them after World War II? Didn’t the women and children get raped as well?[3]
Japan has certainly been put on a different moral plane, and the United States generals in particular have never apologized for calling Japanese officials and soldiers “those little yellow sons-of-bitches.”[4] They have never said a bleep about murdering Japanese prisoners of war.[5]
Richard Aldrich of Nottingham University has convincingly shown that, according to the Telegraph, “the soldiers of the Imperial Japanese Army were far from the cruel, mindless troops of popular legend…”[6] Aldrich, who read the diaries of U.S. soldiers and generals before he published his ground-breaking study, declared:
“We have this stereotypical idea that the Japanese were all cruel and robotic while the Allied forces were tough but fair in their treatment of the enemy. But I was very surprised by much of what I found and had to rethink all those stereotypes.”[7]
According to the Telegraph, “Prof Aldrich found several examples confirming what became an American policy in some parts of the Pacific theatre not to take prisoners of war.”[8] One U.S. general declared: “Oh, we could take more [prisoners] if we wanted to. But our boys don’t like to take prisoners. It doesn’t encourage the rest to surrender when they hear of their buddies being marched out on the flying field and machine-guns turned loose on them.”[9]
“Prof Aldrich quotes the 1943 diary of Eddie Stanton, an Australian posted to Goodenough Island off Papua New Guinea. ‘Japanese are still being shot all over the place,’ he wrote. ‘The necessity for capturing them has ceased to worry anyone. Nippo soldiers are just so much machine-gun practice. Too many of our soldiers are tied up guarding them.’”[10]
Are the masters of the universe willing to talk about how the United States raped and tortured Japanese men and women? If not, why are they still placing a draconian law on Japan? Since South Korea is essentially a creation of the United States, no Korean government official has ever gotten the moral courage to address these issues at all. What’s your take on these things, Goodrich? Lay out some historical background for us.

Monday, August 21, 2017

Wikileaks Has Exposed Six Republicans Leading a Mutiny! Look Who They Are!

Monday, August 21, 2017 12:34

Wikileaks has revealed what we’ve all been saying for some time now: the GOP is full of traitors and Clinton cronies, and they’ve been working day and night to ruin President Trump.
Paul Ryan, Carly Fiorina, John Kasich, Lindsey Graham, and John McCain were all named in the latest Wikileaks release, and apparently were in the tank to not only ensure Trump lost the election, but to undermine him if he won; and that’s exactly what they’re doing.
This is a clear cut case of TREASON and should be treated as such.

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31 Pictures That Prove Yemen Has Turned Into Hell on Earth

Societies pick and choose their outrage. What is one day considered barbaric is met with a collective yawn the next. Unfortunately, for the innocent people of Yemen, the masses are completely uninterested in their current state of suffering. Maybe it’s because Western propaganda hasn’t sufficiently signaled in the direction of the misery and destruction facing the Yemeni people. Maybe it’s that the havoc is being carried out by Saudi Arabia and their cohorts, who are not only allies of the United States and the United Kingdom but also have the financial means to silence dissent in the West. Possibly, it’s that the U.S. and the U.K. are both backing the carnage on the ground in Yemen, not only via the providing of arms to the Saudi coalition but also providing military ground support.



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