Not sure what’s really going on in Iraq

It’s a group too radical for Al Queda and scary enough to make the Iraqi army run. According to the Daily Mail:

The Iraqi government policemen and soldiers in Mosul abandoned their weapons and uniforms with barely a fight against the army of black-clad killers from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) terror group.

Apparently, they were so scared that they left pieces of clothing behind. At least that’s what the caption of this photo says:

Strewn: Uniforms though to belong to Iraqi soldiers were seen scattered on the road in Mosul - Iraq's second city - in this smartphone image from the conflict

I didn’t begin my research with questions about the veracity of reports about Iraq; however, it looks like photographs of ISIL/ISIS and its activities there are staged. If this were a real invasion, wouldn’t there be real evidence of it?

Back to the article:

The gunmen quickly laid their hands on a mass of abandoned U.S. military equipment to add to their massive arsenal, ranging from Humvee vehicles to night-sights and body armour.

Among the first acts of this ruthless force of Islamic militants was to liberate 2,500 prisoners from two jails – many of them terrorists who immediately joined their ranks.

Meanwhile, ISIL terrorists are also on the verge of taking Iraq’s largest oil refinery in the town of Baiji, 130 miles north of Baghdad and have taken Saddam’s hometown of Tikrit, too.

The evening before, ISIL chiefs phoned Baiji’s sheiks, and told them to warn policemen and soldiers to lay down their arms or be killed. They meekly complied.

Brutal: Masked ISIL gunmen gather in the Iraq desert

Personally, I think the white tennis shoes spoil the effect. It’s hard to look tough when you’re wearing white sneakers. Rule #1 regarding men’s shoes: they should always be darker than the pants. And how do their shoes stay blindingly white when they’re walking on dusty roads? Could this photo be staged?

As seen in the Daily Mail article, there is some confusion as to whether the group is called ISIL or ISIS.The latter may be of interest to those who study symbolism. And, perhaps, also the fact that Mosul was ancient Nineveh. According to Canon Andrew White, the Vicar of Baghdad:

Iraq is now in its worst crisis since the 2003 war. ISIS (the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria Group), a group that does not even see Al Qaida as extreme enough, has moved into Mosul, which is Nineveh. It has totally taken control, destroyed all government departments. Allowed all prisoners out of the prisons. Killed countless numbers of people. There are bodies over the streets. The army and police have fled, so many of the military resources have been captured. Tankers, armed vehicles and even helicopters are now in the hands of ISIS.

The area is the heartland of the Christian community. Most of our people come from Nineveh and still see that as their home. It is there that they return to regularly. Many Christian’s fled from back to Nineveh from Baghdad, as things got so bad there. Now the Christian centre of Iraq has been totally ransacked. The tanks are moving into the Christian villages destroying them and causing total carnage. The ISIS militants are now moving towards Kirkuk, major areas to the Oil fields that provide the lifeblood of Iraq. We are faced with total war that all the Iraqi military have now retreated from.

People have fled in their hundreds of thousands to Kurdistan still in Iraq for safety. The Kurds have even closed the border, preventing entry of the masses. The crisis is so huge it is almost impossible to consider what is really happening…

The terrible fact is that ISIS are in the control now of Fallujah in the South and Mosul in the North they could now move down towards Baghdad between the two and cause a total crisis there.

Sounds just like the Daily Mail report, except he then asked for a donation. The fact that they report the same details makes it seem either true or scripted.

It also reminds me of the recently asked question, Why Does Christian Persecution Get Worse In Every Country The U.S. “Liberates”?

People trying to escape from Mosul/Nineveh:

Why aren’t the cars filled with personal belongings and/or as many family, friends, and neighbors that would fit?

And why won’t POTUS help? He obviously loves his drone games. From Mother Jones:

During the Bush administration, there was an American drone attack in Pakistan every 43 days; during the first two years of the Obama administration, there was a drone strike there every four days.

The drone campaign has since expanded significantly in the Horn of Africa, North Africa, and West Africa, where 100 American troops were sent to Niger to help establish another base for launching surveillance aircraft…

“The drones are like the angels of death,” says Nazeer Gul, a shopkeeper in the Pakistani town of Miramshah. “Only they know when and where they will strike.”

From Kurd Press:

A source from the Iraqi Ministry of Defense stated that while Iraq has asked for weaponry, it has not asked the US to be involved in the fighting against the Islamic State of Iraq and Sham (ISIS).

The Ministry of Defense expects the request to be accepted given that the US itself makes use of drones when fighting radical organizations, the source further said.

He also explained that Iraq should buy weaponry from the US as well as other countries, including Russia.

Clashes between the Iraqi military and ISIS began in December and are ongoing.

Notice a third version of the group’s name? That story was published May 12th. From The Daily Beast:

A senior U.S. military official told The Daily Beast on Wednesday that the request for U.S. air strikes inside Iraq has been discussed in recent months. “There are no plans right now to participate in anything like this,” the official said. In earlier conversations, the official said the U.S. side “did not give them a hard no—it was ‘Thanks for your interest and we will talk about it more.’”

How many Iraqis are being displaced and killed while the administration “talk[s] about it more”? The U.S. caused the problem by invading Iraq without a valid reason and now we won’t help the people? Why is it that politics always trumps human need? On the other hand, is it possible that none of this is real? Has anyone seen photos taken by refugees as they’re leaving – personal photos posted on social media sites? All the photos I’ve seen look professional and many have the AP logo. Funny how these fighters, scary enough to rout the Iraq military, love to pose for photo-ops.

Extreme: The fighters were once part of al-Qaeda, which has cut ties with the group. They have now taken control of Saddam Hussein's home town

Here’s some info on ISIL/ISIS from the Daily Mail article:

One thing is certain: this formidable army is a very different beast to the Iraqi branch of Al Qaeda from which it originated and which fought the U.S. and the Iraqi government from the 2003 invasion until American troops left in 2011.

ISIL fanatics are hardline followers of the Sunni Muslim creed. They despise Iraq’s leadership – as well as the majority of the country’s population – who follow the Shia version of the faith.

The group originated in Iraq and incorporated the Levant (Syria) into its name two years ago to reflect its spearheading of the fight against Assad.

Later, it fell out with the Al Qaeda leadership in Afghanistan – and redefined itself to become a far more lethal and powerful army than ever operated against Western troops in Iraq, eclipsing Al Qaeda.

Today, it effectively governs a nation-sized area stretching over north and west Iraq and Syria.

Here are more photos. Every available photo of the group is staged. These were found at Google Images:

Syria Militants

More from the Daily Mail:

Iraqi jihadists under the control of ISIL have won control of key towns, such as Fallujah, Ramadi, Samara – and now Mosul – while carrying out suicide bomb attacks in Baghdad that are causing 1,000 fatalities a month.

Within those areas it has conquered, it is imposing a vicious form of hardline Islamic sharia law, which has involved crucifixion of ‘spies’, as well as beheadings and amputations.

Their goal:

ISIL’s aim is to create a Taliban-style caliphate, where political and religious leadership are fused, in Iraq and Syria, countries which it considers meaningless colonial constructs.

In order to achieve its vision, the terror group is not only simultaneously fighting Assad and the Iraqi regime of PM Nouri al-Maliki, but also other Syrian rebel groups that object to its appalling brutality – brutality that has proved even too much for Al Qaeda…

ISIL is encouraging its foreign fighters to commit atrocities in their home countries – particularly if these countries intervene in this conflict.

Their funding:

ISIL became the richest terror group ever yesterday after stealing £256 million from Mosul’s central bank.

Funding also comes from shadowy opponents of President Assad’s regime, and it extorts more than £600,000 each month from the prosperous citizens of cities such as Mosul, where it has long been a covert presence.

In addition:

…it has been recruiting foreign fighters for the war in Syria. Some 12,000 have flocked to fight in Syria from as far away as Chechnya, China and Pakistan – 3,000 of these foreign volunteers are Westerners, including an estimated 400 Britons.

Again, I’m not sure what to make of all this. Nevertheless, it’s what globalists do. They manipulate nations through real chaos and staged events. I’m not sure which this is. I certainly hope it’s staged, along the lines of Hearst’s “You furnish the pictures. I’ll furnish the war.” Otherwise, many innocent people are suffering at the hands of devils – those clothed in black costume and white sneakers and those who have the power to aid and/or stop them.

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