Since I don’t want to watch real murders, I haven’t analyzed photos or videos of this group. However, everything I’ve dared look at seems completely staged. Take, for example, beheading videos that don’t actually show people being beheaded and photos of mass shootings in which no blood comes out of victims. I watched the first part of a video in which an ISIS guy in full costume finds a baby sitting alone directly in front of a security camera. What are the chances? In August, someone admitted to faking a photo of the group having captured the Mosul Dam.
In addition, there seems to be a rather zealous mission to rebuke those who question the group’s authenticity while at the same time no one seems genuinely concerned about it. For example, from the Washington Examiner:
Several members of the House Armed Services Committee on Thursday skipped out early from a hearing on the U.S.’ war against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, a terrorist organization that has overrun large portions of the Middle East, butchering everything in its way.
However, there is talk of the group in the context of a new world order. From Chuck Hagel:
I think we are living through one of these historic, defining times. I think we are seeing a new world order. What we’re seeing in the Middle East with ISIL is going to require a steady, long-term effort. It’s going to require coalitions of common interests, which we are forming.
From an interview with Henry Kissinger:
SPIEGEL: In your new book, you frequently point to the Westphalian Peace Treaty of 1648 as a reference system for world order, as a result of the Thirty Years’ War. Why should a treaty dating back more than 350 years still be relevant today?
Kissinger: The Westphalian Peace was made after almost a quarter of the Central European population perished because of wars, disease and hunger. The treaty was based on the necessity to come to an arrangement with each other, not on some sort of superior morality. Independent nations decided not to interfere in the affairs of other states. They created a balance of power which we are missing today.
SPIEGEL: Do we need another Thirty Years’ War to create a new world order?
Kissinger: Well, that’s a very good question. Do we achieve a world order through chaos or through insight? One would think that the proliferation of nuclear weapons, the dangers of climate change and terrorism should create enough of a common agenda. So I would hope that we can be wise enough not to have a Thirty Years’ War.
So, first try subterfuge and if that doesn’t scare the world into accepting the new world order then start killing lots of people.
I understand that the Luciferian elite want to eliminate most of us. They enjoy a real mass murder and somehow gain dark power through it. However, there seem to be lines that at certain times they can’t cross. Perhaps this is one of those times and the best they can do is to pretend there is a series of worldwide crises, such as ISIS and Ebola, that can only be solved by a worldwide government. That’s what it looks like to me.