The War on Terror, like the War on Drugs, is merely a propaganda effort by TPTB to divide and conquer, as well as to further cement their inhumane control grid.
Al-Qaeda/ISIS etc. is simply a state-sponsored/state-crafted boogeyman meant to excuse the systemic slaughter that defines the very existence of the military industrial complex.
While such a suggestion has been repeatedly labeled as a “conspiracy theory” by the mainstream media and other gatekeepers in the “independent” media, the fruits of America’s labor in terms of the bombing campaign cannot be ignored. Likewise, neither can the world ignore the results of Saudi Arabia’s bombing of Yemen.
The truth is that the United States, NATO, and the GCC/Arab League are bombing in couched support of ISIS, increasing its gains and hold on power with every sortie fired. With this fact recognized, the NATO/GCC network of national governments can now officially be labeled as the Air Force of Al-Qaeda.
For instance, while the secular government of Bashar al-Assad remained the only force inside Syria actually fighting al-Qaeda and ISIS – terrorist organizations trained, funded, armed, and deployed by the United States, NATO, and the GCC – the brutality of these death squads was used by the Western propaganda machine to justify a bombing campaign that was actually directed at Syrian military and civilian infrastructure.
Unfortunately, the lack of attention span plus a culture of fake moral outrage has enabled these genocidal maniacs. Those who turn a blind eye are complicit.
The US bombing campaign in Iraq had much more to do with protecting Western-owned oil fields and death squad herding than eliminating ISIS. In fact, Iraqi armed forces and government officials have repeatedly revealed that the US military has actually been supplying ISIS during the entire course of the bombing.
Yet while the Western mainstream press has attempted to paint the Iraqi claims of American assistance to ISIS as “conspiracy theories” and the manifestation of jealousy, that same press has been forced to admit that the bombing campaign resulted in a stronger ISIS presence in Iraq and Syria and that the terrorist group has become stronger in terms of strategic location and military presence.
The idea that the United States is fighting ISIS or al-Qaeda in Syria and Iraq is laughable. In reality, the only forces fighting terrorists in either country have been Syria, Russia, and Iran.