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Did The Turkey And Russian Spat Change The Fake War On ISIS Into The Real Deal?

Date: Friday, December 4, 2015 8:07 PM EST

Common sense and Turkey's behavior tells us that the war on ISIS is fake. Figuring out the war on ISIS is like figuring out the war on terror before it. There are bits and pieces of a puzzle, that come to light from time to time. We are not in the field, but not all information is hidden.

One wonders, for example, why John Kerry would put a condition on the destruction of ISIS? That condition is a cease fire in Syria leading to regime change. That shows where the heart of the American government is, for regime change and not for taking out ISIS! American pilots have acknowledged that three quarters of their bombs are not dropped on ISIS because missions are blocked. Environmental reasons for not dropping bombs are clearly flimsy in the wake of the pilot accusations that this has made ISIS stronger and in the light of Kerry's revelations.

Let's talk about Turkey. Evidence is reaching a critical mass, that Turkey is buying Syrian oil and Iraqi oil from ISIS at a massive discount proves what I have been saying all along. Even Russia had other objectives than ISIS, primarily the protection of Assad, but that may be changing. That subject is also discussed below.

So, we have an ally, a NATO ally of the United States, buying oil from ISIS that we claim we are fighting a war against. The evidence that ISIS is selling oil to Turkey comes from well known websites, which I am not recommending, but that have some connection to information that leads them to publish this view. Here are just a few stories collected for you from these sites:

From Business Insider is an article that appeared in July, 2015, speaks to the black market selling of oil to Turkey:

Links Between Turkey and ISIS Are Now Undeniable 


From the FT is a report back in 2014, that ISIS sells oil to Turkey, and that from the US Treasury Department:

ISIS Sells Smuggled Oil to Turkey and Iraqi Kurds, Says US Treasury


Now, consider that Obama sent a request to declare war on ISIS. But I have said that this war on ISIS is fake. It appears that the war on ISIS is at least being set up to be a no win war, a war that has no goal or no results. There is a reality element to no win wars, as some people die but nothing changes. According to the Washington Post, the Iraqi soldiers also believe that the US is collaborating with ISIS. Indeed, some have observed the US dropping water to ISIS, and weapons to ISIS, with which to kill the Iraqi soldiers. If we arm ISIS, the USA becomes a terrorist state.

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Gary Anderson 4 years ago Author's comment

This article is further vindicated by Henry Kissinger's warning to Trump that ISIS must be "preserved".

Gary Anderson 5 years ago Author's comment

This article has been vindicated by the Wikileaks emails showing that Turkey's leading family was in on the ISIS #oil deal. Now, it is possible to tamper with emails, but apparently there are many emails. It is up to the experts to determine if this is a valid vindication for those of us who believe that Turkey was involved in #ISIS's funding through oil purchases.

Gary Anderson 6 years ago Author's comment

Author note: Just FYI, even Iraqi soldiers believe the US is backing ISIS: