Two heart felt questions about ISIS —
My question Number One is:
Where did all the high tech weaponry for ISIS come from?
Remember when the people in California were being foreclosed left and right, while the state and county governments had to lay off workers? (And at the time, some 36 to 37 other states of the Union were in the same boat that California was in, in terms of being underwater.)
And so, end of summer, 2010, the governor of Calif. asked for a piddley 20 Billion dollar loan (Since we have 37 million people living in the state, it was not that big a figure.)
No, said the man who Obama works for, (one Tim Geithner), no, you really cannot have that loan, as it would contribute negatively to the budget situation.
Within the next thirteen months of that loan denial, some 55 billions of dollars of weaponry was outright GIVEN to Israel and members of UAE states.
And it is suspected that those UAE states have offered much of that weaponry to ISIS leaders!
Did this happen because our “leaders” are stoopid, or by design?!?
Next my question Number Two:
I attribute much of what I am about to say to one Cynthia McKinney, who was one of the few Congressional Dems who refused to sign on the doted line with George Bush and PNAC forces, when teh Iraq War Resolution came to a vote, again back in Autumn 2001.
Today on Facebook, McKinney writes:
Remember this? On September 10, 2001 the US Army wrote of Israel’s MOSSAD: “Wildcard. Ruthless and cunning. Has capability to target U.S. forces and make it look like a Palestinian/Arab act.”
From the article listed above:
An elite U.S. Army study center has devised a plan for enforcing a major Israeli-Palestinian peace accord that would require about 20,000 well-armed troops stationed throughout Israel and a newly created Palestinian state.
There are no plans by the Bush administration to put American soldiers into the Middle East to police an agreement forged by the longtime warring parties. In fact, Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld is searching for ways to reduce U.S. peacekeeping efforts abroad, rather than increasing such missions.
But a 68-page paper by the Army School of Advanced Military Studies (SAMS) does provide a look at the daunting task any international peacekeeping force would face if the United Nations authorized it, and Israel and the Palestinians ever reached a peace agreement.
Located at Fort Leavenworth, Kan., the School for Advanced Military Studies is both a training ground and a think tank for some of the Army’s brightest officers. Officials say the Army chief of staff, and sometimes the Joint Chiefs of Staff, ask SAMS to develop contingency plans for future military operations. During the 1991 Persian Gulf war, SAMS personnel helped plan the coalition ground attack that avoided a strike up the middle of Iraqi positions and instead executed a “left hook” that routed the enemy in 100 hours.
The cover page for the recent SAMS project said it was done for the Joint Chiefs of Staff. But Maj. Chris Garver, a Fort Leavenworth spokesman, said the study was not requested by Washington.
“This was just an academic exercise,” said Maj. Garver. “They were trying to take a current situation and get some training out of it.”
Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2001/sep/10/20010910-025319-6906r/#ixzz3D30QrteK