Isis Is Us: The Shocking Truth Behind the Army of Terror
Did the “Islamic State” spring full-blown into spontaneous being as
the fanatical scourge of the Middle East, or was it helped along by
There are uncanny parallels with Iran-Contra. In the 1980s, the
Reagan team wanted to topple the government of Nicaragua, using mercenaries, or death squads, based in Honduras. But Congress
passed a law against it. So they went around by financing the Contras
Thirty years later, the hawks in Washington wanted to topple the
elected governments of Libya and Syria, crush the popular resistance in
Iraq, and split up those countries on ethnic lines. Once again, they
wanted to do this using death squads. So they got around Congress by
having Qatar and the Saudis finance it.
To set up the Sunni and Shiite death squads to fight each other in
Iraq, they sent John Negroponte as ambassador to Baghdad in 2004. The
same guy they sent to Honduras as ambassador from 1981 to 1985. Then in
2011 they sent some of those killers from Iraq to Libya to overthrow
Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi, with NATO air cover. From Libya, they were sent to Syria to
start the killing there.
The U.S.embedded media perversely pinned these killings on Libyan leader Bashar al-Assad,
following the script for another NATO invasion. Only Russia’s UN veto
spared Syria. So the sheikhs kept financing the “rebels” – and the U.S.
pretended to fight them – until they grew into the ISIS terror army.
They and their backers have still not quit.
Even Fox News is saying the U.S. coalition against ISIS is a myth.
In a recent U.S. poll, just 18% think we have the upper hand in the “war on terror.” In a Syrian poll, 82% of respondents there said the U.S. and its allies created ISIS.
The wave of refugees, attacks in Paris and San Bernardino, and
early reception to this book, indicate that people want an end to the “war on
terror,” and they want to know what’s really going on.
European efforts to subjugate the Middle East go back to the
British, Napoleon, the Crusades, the Romans, and Alexander the Great.
The British knew the best way to permanently hold a territory was to
settle it. This is how they beat the French in North America. The Old
World was already well-settled, though. So to capture the Near East
prize, England joined forces with Herzl’s Zionists. In 1917, their
Balfour Declaration announced the plan for Jewish settlement in
Another way to hold vast domains is divide and sow chaos, to smash them
up into quarreling fiefdoms. And the cheapest way to get people to
fight each other is with religion. British, French, Israeli and American
strategists have all written plans to rule the Muslim world by breaking
up all the Arab states along sectarian lines. That goal is what
“ethnic cleansing,” Al Qaida, ISIS death squads, “Islamic jihad”
terrorism, the Bushes’ wars on Iraq and even 9/11 are really all about.
Softcover, 270 pages