US to blame for “scourge without parallel” ISIS

Zero Hedge  NOVEMBER 23, 2015

“I have never felt more uncomfortable than I do today,” warns former CIA Director Jack Devine, saying that, with “frankly uncivilized” ISIS, there is a greater risk of violence worldwide than ever before.

According to The Hill,

“I think this is the most dangerous time in terms of sustained violence,”he said on “The Cats Roundtable” in an interview airing Sunday on New York’s AM-970.

“I have never felt more uncomfortable than I do today,” he told host John Catsimatidis. “Some percentage of the world today is always either unbalanced or radicalized. When you have a small group of people who are willing to lose their lives and kill anyone they can, we’re all vulnerable.

Devine cited the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) as an unprecedented threat in terms of its wanton disregard for human life…

“I dealt with terrorists in South America in the 1970s, but they never attacked innocent women and children indiscriminately,” he said.

“You have a group in ISIS today that is frankly uncivilized. These folks could get stronger and stronger. We basically have to destroy ISIS over there,” Devine said.

Devine argued that dismantling ISIS’s command structure is crucial for minimizing the danger it presents, much like al Qaeda before them.

“We killed three-fourths of their leadership,” he said of al Qaeda.  “We have to do the same thing with ISIS. “We have to destroy their refuge over there. When they start to lose, their recruiting numbers start to fall.”

Devine, who mainly served during the Cold War, said ISIS is a scourge without parallel because it has no concern for self-preservation.

“There is nothing that can be compared with nuclear weapons and their use,” he said of tensions between the U.S. and the former Soviet Union.

“[But] people felt safe in the sense there was countervailing balance,” he added. “Early in our contest with the Russians, it was clear we had checks and balances.”

Finally Devine admits…

“If there’s blame to be put, it’s on our failure to have done that by this point.”

Attkisson: Obama Won’t Read Intelligence on Groups He Doesn’t Consider Terrorists


Wednesday on Newsmax TV’s “The Steve Malzberg Show,” veteran journalist Sharyl Attkisson said her sources have told her that President Barack Obama does not want and will not read intelligence reports on groups “he does not consider terrorists,” despite being on a U.S. list of designated terrorists.

Attkisson said, “I have talked to people who have worked in the Obama administration who firmly believe he has made up his mind. I would say closed his mind, they say, to their intelligence that they’ve tried to bring him about various groups that he does not consider terrorists, even if they are on the U.S. list of designated terrorists. He has his own ideas, and there are those who’ve known him a long time who say this dates back to law school. He does not necessarily—you may think it’s a good trait you may think it’s a bad trait—he does not necessarily listen to the people with whom he disagrees. He seems to dig in. I would suppose because he thinks he’s right. He is facing formidable opposition on this particular point.”

Attkisson continued, “I don’t know the reason for it. I’ve only been told by those who have allegedly attempted to present him, or have been in the circle that has attempted to present him, with certain intelligence that they said he doesn’t want it. He said he doesn’t want it or he won’t read it, in some instances.”

Load them into a teleprompter. Problem solved.


Screen Shot 2015-11-18 at 10.58.09 AM

Ignore international law and replicate Dresden in the Middle East


An article published in the New York Times on Tuesday argues the only way to eliminate the Islamic State is to take out the government of Bashar al-Assad in Damascus.
“There is probably no solution to ISIS until there is a solution to Assad,” J. M. Berger told the establishment’s newspaper of record.
Berger is a scholar at the Brookings Institution, a think tank funded by the Ford Foundation, the Rockefellers, the United Nations, banks and the military industrial complex.
“Assad is not a sideshow,” said Emile Hokayem, a senior fellow at the International Institute for Strategic Studies. “He is at the center of this massive dilemma.”

The International Institute for Strategic Studies was established with funds “generously provided by the Ford Foundation” and the “interests represented include finance and investment, international banking, insurance” and a variety of other transnational corporations. The Ford Foundation works in tandem with the CIA, the same folks who engineered al-Qaeda and the Islamic State.
“The answer is simple: To beat ISIS, you need the enlistment of the Sunni forces that won’t happen as long as Assad remains in power in Damascus,” said Ehud Yaari, an Israel-based fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. “The shortest and most effective way to deal with ISIS is for the United States and Russia to come to an agreement about the removal of Assad, and they will get support from others. Then the Sunni forces, the rebels, can deal with ISIS on the ground.”
The Washington Institute for Near East Policy is a pro-Israel think tank that has a crossover neocon membership. Board members include Henry Kissinger, Joe Lieberman, Richard Perle, Condoleezza Rice, George Shutlz and other deep insiders. Current and former members served in senior positions in the Obama, Bush and Clinton administrations.
The Times argues for “establishing an alliance to carry out an intensified war” against the Islamic State and “prioritiz[ing] the removal of Mr. Assad.”
According to Shabtai Shavit, a former chief of Mossad, international law and the Geneva Conventions must be discarded.
“With this enemy, we have to push aside arguments on law, morality and comparisons of security and the rights of the individual. That means to do what they did in World War II to Dresden. They wiped it off the map. That is what has to be done to all the territorial enclaves that ISIS is holding.”
Left out of the argument is the fact there wasn’t a “civil war” in Syria until the United States and its NGO partners—NED, NDI, IRI, Freedom House and others—engineered the so-called Arab Spring. This was admitted by the very same newspaper of record now suggesting the Arab Middle East should suffer the same fate as a firebombed Dresden.
Also excluded is the fact the Islamic State is the bastard child of the United States and its medieval partners in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Qatar. Turkey and Jordan have also played an instrumental role.
Prior to Bush’s invasion—supported by the above mentioned organizations—al-Qaeda did not have a presence in Iraq and the creation of ISIS and the subsequently the Islamic State would not have occurred. 9/11 would not have happened if the Carter and Reagan administrations had not pumped billions into Afghanistan in the late 1970s and 1980s and created the Afghan mujahideen that would later become al-Qaeda and the Taliban.
Also ignored is the fact what is happening in Syria and elsewhere is precisely what the United States desires, as revealed in Defense Intelligence Agency documents.
These political realities are strictly forbidden in any discussion on the current dilemma in the Middle East, a dilemma created by the global elite and their partners. Instead, the only option available, according to The New York Times and much of the corporate media, is to increase the suffering and misery of innocents and move forward with policies responsible for the current situation.

So Far: Syrian Refugees in U.S. Include 2,098 Muslims, 53 Christians


By Patrick Goodenough | November 17, 2015 | 4:29 AM EST

(CNSNews.com) – President Obama said Monday that calls from some quarters for the U.S. to admit only Christian refugees from Syria were “shameful,” yet the reality is that today’s refugee system discriminates, not against Syrian Muslims, but against Christians and other non-Muslim minorities.

Critics say this is because the federal government relies on the United Nations in the refugee application process – and since Syrian Christians are often afraid to register with the U.N., they and other non-Muslims are left out.

Fleeing persecution at the hands of Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and other jihadist groups, Syrian Christians generally avoid U.N. refugee camps because they are targeted there too.

Most refugees considered for resettlement in the U.S. are referred by the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).

Applications are then handled by one of nine State Department-managed resettlement support centers around the world, a process that includes vetting and interviews by the Department of Homeland Security’s U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and takes an average of 18-24 months. There are occasions when a process can begin without UNHCR referral, but this usually applies in cases of close relatives of refugees already in the U.S.

Of 2,184 Syrian refugees admitted into the U.S. since the Syrian civil war erupted in 2011, only 53 (2.4 percent) have been Christians while 2098 (or 96 percent) have been Muslims, according to State Department statistics updated on Monday.

The remaining 33 include 1 Yazidi, 8 Jehovah Witnesses, 2 Baha’i, 6 Zoroastrians, 6 of “other religion,” 7 of “no religion,” and 3 atheists.

Updated figures of Syrian refugees admitted into the U.S. since the Syrian civil war began. Only 53, or 2.4 percent, of the 2,194 total are Christians. (Data: State Department Refugee Processing Center)

By comparison, Syria’s population breakdown in early 2011, before the civil war’s death toll and refugee exodus roiled the demographics, was 90 percent Muslim (including Sunnis, Shia, Alawites and Druze) and 10 percent Christian, according to the CIA World Factbook.

In the wake of the Paris terror attacks, some Republican presidential candidates and governors are calling on the administration to reconsider a plan to admit 10,000 Syrian refugees in the current fiscal year.

On Monday, Arkansas Republican Sens. Tom Cotton and John Boozman also called for a temporary moratorium, but as part of a broader new policy on Syrian refugees that also deals with the U.N. referral problem.

“The United States’ reliance on the United Nations for referrals of Syrian refugees should also be re-evaluated,” they said. “That reliance unintentionally discriminates against Syrian Christians and other religious minorities who are reluctant to register as refugees with the United Nations for fear of political and sectarian retribution.”

According to Patrick Sookhdeo, international director of Barnabas Fund, a charity campaigning to help rescue Christians from Syria, Christians fleeting ISIS “seldom go to the main refugee camps in neighboring countries because they are marginalized, abused, and at serious risk of violence in these Muslim-majority shelters.”

Sookhdeo says Western governments “must understand that vulnerable Christians are being overlooked in rescue program that take only those in the camps to safety. Fully aware of the victimization that is likely to await them in refugee camps, Iraqi and Syrian believers are mainly taking shelter in schools, churches, and apartments, or with relatives where possible.”

As a result, some refugee advocates say Western diplomatic missions should work through churches in urban areas in the countries neighboring Syria, to offer refuge for vulnerable Christians.

Prioritize the ‘most victimized’

In September Rep. Michael McCaul (R-Texas), chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, introduced a bill that would give Congress an up-or-down vote on Obama’s plan to resettle 10,000 Syrian refugees – and would also require the administration, when considering applicants from Syria and Iraq, to prioritize the resettlement of “persecuted” religious minorities.

On Sunday, GOP presidential candidate Jeb Bush said on NBC’s “Meet the Press” that U.S. efforts to help Syrian refugees should focus on Christians, “who have no place in Syria anymore. They’re being beheaded, they’re being executed by both sides. And I think we have a responsibility to help.”

Obama, speaking in Turkey, said calls to admit Syrian Christians but not Muslims were “shameful” and “not American.”

Other Western countries are also grappling with the controversial issue.

Last September George Carey, a former leader of the world’s Anglicans, urged the British government to prioritize Christians among the Syrian refugees “because they are a particularly vulnerable group.”

Carey said in an op-ed a government plan to admit thousands more Syrians by way of refugee camps located in the region “inadvertently discriminates against the very Christian communities most victimized by the inhuman butchers of the so-called Islamic State.”

“Christians are not to be found in the U.N. camps, because they have been attacked and targeted by Islamists and driven from them,” he said.

Carey also tackled the sensitive Christian versus Muslim issue.

“Some will not like me saying this, but in recent years, there has been too much Muslim mass immigration to Europe,” he wrote. “This has resulted in ghettos of Muslim communities living parallel lives to mainstream society, following their own customs and even their own laws.”

“Isn’t it high-time instead for the oil-rich Gulf States to open their doors to the many Muslims who are fleeing conflict?” Carey asked. “Surely if they are concerned for fellow Muslims who prefer to live in Muslim-majority countries, then they have a moral responsibility to intervene.”

In Australia, Muslim groups accused the government of bigotry forannouncing in September that a plan to admit an additional 12,000 refugees from the conflict will prioritize “those most in need – the women, children and families of persecuted minorities.”

The Islamic Council of Victoria spokesman said it would be discriminatory to reject desperate Syrians, “based on their adherence to Islam.”

The Australian Federation of Islamic Councils said then-Prime Minister Tony Abbott must “take the high moral ground and stop bigots in his party from dividing the Australian community” by wanting to screen refugees on religious grounds.

CIA: Paris ‘Not the Only Operation ISIS Has in the Pipeline’

Screen Shot 2015-11-17 at 1.19.00 PM


Speaking at a global security forum hosted by the Center for Strategic and International Studies, CIA Director John Brennan warned that the Islamic State is probably planning more attacks like the massacre in Paris.

“I would anticipate that this is not the only operation that ISIL has in the pipeline,” said Brennan, as quoted by CBS News. “I do believe that this is something we’ll have to live with for quite some time.”

“I certainly would not consider it a one-off event. It is clear to me that ISIS has an external agenda and that they are determined to carry out these types of attacks,” he added, according to NBC News. “This was not something done in a matter of days. This was something that was deliberately and carefully.”

Brennan said it was “not a surprise” that such an attack was carried out, because Western intelligence agencies “knew that these plans, the plotting by ISIL, was underway.”

Brennan also became the latest intelligence expert to suggest that the exposure of national security secrets by leakers such as Edward Snowden have hindered our ability to monitor terrorists, although he did not refer to Snowden by name.

“In the past several years, because of the number of unauthorized disclosures and a lot of hand-wringing over the government’s role in the effort to try to uncover these terrorists. There have been policy and other legal changes that make our ability to collectively find these terrorists much more challenging,” the CIA Director asserted.

Brennan also recognized the danger of compromising civil liberties too much, in the pursuit of security. He also appeared to offer some cover for continuing President Obama’s policy of important tens of thousands of Syrian refugees into the United States, despite mounting concerns that the migrants pose an unacceptable security risk.

“We don’t want these terrorists to succeed in taking away the liberties we pride ourselves on. We should be wary, but we don’t want to hermetically seal our borders. That is inconsistent with what our societies have been founded on,” said Brennan, as quoted by Business Insider.

Watch….Obama The The Liberal Zombie Madman Forced By The Press To Eat His Own Putrid Words

Published on Nov 17, 2015

There Is at least one actual journalist left in America & he has had enough and commences to force the limp wristed Prezzz to eat his own lying words about Islam & ISIS

Obama you should host illegal aliens to camp out all around on the White house lawn, after dismissing all security that protects you and your family. Actually you should resign!

ISIS is a CIA/Mossad/UK proxy army and their is only one way to keep them out of America. We need to get the terrorists out of Washington DC, called politicians, end the Federal Reserve, stop funding and supporting Isreal and take this nation back to the Constitution that the bankers, corporations and their puppet politicians have been destroying for 300 years.