Walker: FBI Investigating Islamic State In All 50 States



Gov. Scott Walker disclosed on Friday in a wide-ranging foreign policy speech that the FBI is investigating Islamic State (IS, also known as ISIS or ISIL) elements in all 50 states, a revelation that the Republican presidential candidate said is proof that the Obama administration is failing to adequately combat radical terrorist forces.

Walker, who laid out his foreign policy views during a speech at The Citadel in Charleston, S.C., warned that IS’s global reach has extended to the United States, where open borders and failed immigration policies are permitting rogue forces to enter America freely.

The Obama administration’s foreign policy is strengthening Iran, said Walker, who vowed to terminate the recent nuclear deal on “day one” of his presidency.

“The FBI is investigating ISIS in all 50 states,” Walker said. “Far from beating ISIS, President Obama is barely disrupting it. His actual goal is to contain ISIS until he leaves office, all the while accommodating Iran. My goals will be to defeat ISIS and rollback Iran’s influence in the region.”

If Obama is able to force the nuclear deal to go forward, “it will be remembered as one of the greatest foreign policy failures in U.S. history,” Walker said. “So let me be clear, if Congress fails to stop the nuclear deal, I will terminate it on day one.”

Walker went on to outline his plan to eliminate radical terrorist forces across the globe.

“America is a force for good in the world. Radical Islamic terrorists are agents of pure evil,” he said. “Today, the Islamic Republic of Iran remains the world’s leading state-sponsor of terrorism. Iran is not a country we should be doing business with.”

“It is a stain on our nation’s honor that our countrymen languish in Iranian prisons while we are freeing up billions of dollars for the world’s leading sponsor of terrorism and legitimizing its massive nuclear program,” he said.

Walker also chided Obama for abandoning Israel during one of the most dangerous periods of time in recent memory.

“It’s not just the hostages whom President Obama has abandoned in this deal. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is right when he says the deal puts us all in danger,” Walker said. “Iran will expand its destructive influence in Iraq, Syria, Yemen, and Lebanon, and increase support to proxies like Hamas and Hezbollah, which strive to destroy Israel.”

Walker promised to fully restore the United States’ historically close relationship with Israel.

“There should be no daylight between our two countries,” he said, expressing anger at how the Obama administration has treated the Jewish state.

“White House officials insult the Prime Minister of Israel. Sadly, they never seem to criticize the Iranian Supreme Leader and the Revolutionary Guard commanders who have oppressed the people of Iran and helped kill thousands of our soldiers in Iraq,” he said.

“In fact, President Obama recently compared critics of his deal to these murderers,” Walker noted. “This is disgraceful. It ignores the very real opposition to the deal with Iran from people around our country and across party lines.”



The ‘Kalergi Plan’ Started in the 70s


Illegal Muslim refugee trafficking is now creating chaos at the Greece-Macedonia border and the constant flood of boats arriving from Libya reveal a network that uses structured routes that seem unstoppable as they generate money for the mafia and the terrorist organizations involved like ISIS.

This scenario seems to fit perfectly with a secret plan of the New World Order known as the Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan that some people in European right-wing circles say was created for the systematic genocide of the people of Europe.

This plan was apparently devised by an Austrian diplomat and Freemason named Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi (1894- 1972). The Kalergi family roots can be traced back to Byzantine royalty via Venetian aristocracy. Coudenhove-Kalergi was actually the first proponent of a unified Europe back in the 1920s and for this reason Coudenhove-Kalergi is recognized as the founder of the first popular movement for a United Europe.

The Coudenhove-Kalergi European Prize is awarded every two years to European leaders who have excelled in promoting what is beyond any political or religious ideology. Angela Merkel and Herman Van Rompuy, two of the top pawns in the Bilderberg Club, have received this award in recent years.
Coudenhove-Kalergi’s father, initially an anti-semite, later became a close friend of Theodor Herzl, the founder of Zionism, but his son, Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi, also has strong connections with the Catholic elite due to his aristocratic status.

In 1922, he co-founded the Pan-European Union (PEU) with Archduke Otto von Habsburg, a staunch Catholic who was the head of the Habsburg dynasty and former Crown Prince of Austria-Hungary. He became involved with the Pan-European Union after becoming Grand Master and Sovereign of the highly influential Order of the Golden Fleece in 1922. Otto became International President of the PEU in 1973, after Coudenhove’s death.

According to Coudenhove-Kalergi’s autobiography, at the beginning of 1924 through Baron Louis de Rothschild he was in contact with Max Warburg, who offered to finance his movement for the next 3 years giving him 60,000 gold marks.

The Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan becomes evident in 1925 when he writes in Practical Idealism (Praktischer Idealismus): “The man of the future will be of mixed race. Today’s races and classes will gradually disappear owing to the vanishing of space, time, and prejudice. The Eurasian-Negroid race of the future, similar in its appearance to the Ancient Egyptians, will replace the diversity of peoples with a diversity of individuals.”

This book is very hard to get a hold of today. In Germany the book is practically censored, although it isn’t present on the official list of books censored by the German government. In 1990, the publishing company, “Independent News,” [Unabhängige Nachrichten], published a summary of the book and contemplated printing it in it’s entirety, but the government initiated a police search of the premises and the only copy of Praktischer Idealismus was confiscated. The book is not mentioned on the official internet pages of the Pan-European Movement, which is understandable because its content is directly in opposition to the movement’s official program.

Coudenhove-Kalergi suggested Beethoven’s hymn as the EU’s national anthem and was very active in connection with the design of the EU logo which contains masonic symbols. He was initiated in Freemasonry in the Humanitas Lodge in Vienna in the early 1920’s but left in 1926 to avoid the heavy criticism which occurred as a result of the relationship between the Pan-European movement and Freemasonry. Some say later, in 1947, he founded the powerful Ur-Lodge Pan-Europa that is still active to this day and draws members from the political and economic elite.

Coudenhove-Kalergi’s ground work prepared the EU for what many Christian’s familiar with the prophecies of “The Book of Revelation” perceive as “The New Holy Roman Empire.”
The socialist elite of Europe born out of Coudenhove-Kalergi’s plan have created a United Europe backed by the Vatican under a centralized government, a system that actually will be the prototype for the US and the rest of the world when the New World Order is finalized.

In the meantime, tensions rise as the Muslim population is being pushed like never before towards Europe to fulfill “The Kalergi Plan.” This will create civil unrest and wars in most areas of southern Europe almost certainly by the 2020’s facilitating population reduction.

American taxpayers spend nearly $10 million a day fighting ISIS

Smoke billowing from the Baal Shamin temple in Syria’s ancient city of Palmyra © Welayat Homs / AFP

The Pentagon has spent nearly $4 billion fighting Islamic State across Syria and Iraq since operations began a year ago, according to statistics released this week. The average daily cost of the campaign is $9.9 million, or $6,785 a minute.

A colossal $3.7 billion in expenses have been racked up since the campaign began on August 8, 2014 up to August 15 of this year.

President Barack Obama authorized a bombing campaign against the Islamic State (IS, also known as ISIS/ISIL) last year, sending 3,400 American soldiers to Iraq to advise and train Iraqi forces.


Since Operation Inherent Resolve began, the US and its coalition allies say they have conducted a total of over 6,000 airstrikes in the region. Of those strikes, nearly 4,000 have been made in Iraq and nearly 2,500 in Syria.

Pentagon statistics claim those strikes have damaged or destroyed more than 10,000 targets, including tanks, Humvees, staging areas, and oil infrastructure. If the total cost of the campaign to date is calculated based on actual damage, those strikes cost an estimated $400,000 per successful hit.

Pentagon officials maintain that the year-long campaign has had some success, enabling Iraqi forces to reclaim some areas, but strategic cities like Mosul and Ramadi remain under IS control, and the airstrikes have done little to uproot the terror group’s hold in Syria.


In a press briefing at the end of July, Marine Corps Brigadier General Kevin J. Killea, chief of staff for Operation Inherent Resolve, said the campaign has made progress.

“This is not the same fight as it was when it started, and I look at that based on the effects that we have had on ISIL,” Killea told reporters.

“They are much more territorial, meaning they’re defending more than they’re on the offensive. Their attacks are smaller, they are more focused, and they’re less enduring.”

“All you have to do is look at the gains that have been made on the ground recently to see that there is an effect, and there is progress,” he added.


The cost of the campaign against IS has been released as the Pentagon’s inspector general is investigating allegations by a Department of Defense whistleblower that intelligence regarding the success of the campaign was altered, according to a report published in the New York Times.

The investigation started after at least one civilian analyst working for the Defense Intelligence Agency alleged that officials coordinating the anti-IS campaign at US Central Command are “improperly reworking the conclusions of intelligence assessments” that are later handed over to top policy-makers, including President Obama.

Speaking on the condition of anonymity, officials told the Times that the investigation is trying to establish if military officials changed the conclusions of drafted intelligence assessments before passing them on. If the allegations turn out to be true, it might explain why assessments of the military campaign’s effectiveness vary greatly.



Army makes contingency plans for violent domestic disorder


French security forces are preparing for mass civil unrest and radicalized immigrants taking over entire neighborhoods, according to intelligence sources.

The Army is making contingency plans for the “reappropriation of national territory,” winning back areas of cities, in the event of immigrant populations obtaining weapons and becoming openly hostile to authorities.

“There are a lot of alienated and angry fourth-generation immigrant kids in the suburbs and the prospect of radicalisation is increasingly likely,” the intelligence source told the Telegraph, adding that highly organized networks of Islamist militants have smuggled Kalashnikov automatic rifles and anti-tank missiles into the country.
The weapons were sourced in Libya after the French government armed jihadist rebels during the overthrow of Colonel Gaddafi.

The missiles could be used to bring down airliners, said the source, adding that pilots have not been trained on how to take evasive action.

Last week, a radicalized jihadist attempted to carry out a massacre on a high speed train from Amsterdam to Paris but was thwarted by the brave actions of three Americans and one Brit who overpowered the terrorist.

France is still reeling from the Charlie Hebdo attacks in January during which 16 people were killed by three radical Islamists.

A poll conducted last year found that a staggering 15 per cent of French citizens had a positive view of ISIS, with 27 per cent of people aged 18-24 expressing support for the terrorist outfit.

Many of the supporters are obviously drawn from France’s Muslim population of 5 million, which is the largest in the European Union per capita.

According to Yury Rubinsky, the head of the Center of French Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, support for ISIS amongst French Muslims represents, “a manifestation of the country’s accumulated potential rejection of the existing system as a whole. This is a form of rejection of the elites, a form of protest.”