Just wondering when Hussain Haqqani will write an impassioned article against the multi-billion $ arms sale by the United States to Saudi Arabia – you know, the country that supplied 15 of the 19 terrorists of 9/11 and the creators of Daesh/ISIS/FSA/Al Nusra and other Salafi-Deobandi terror groups.
ISIS emerged from the same Salafi stew that made its presence clear in Iraq in 2003 – two presidential terms before the withdrawal of the invading US forces there and nearly a decade before the “sectarian” “thug” government that just happened to also be the elected government in Iraq. The suicide bombing in Iraq, based on pathological anti-shia hatred started immediately after the US invasion of Iraq in 2003 and not with the Nouri al-Maliki government of 2011- whose ostensible denial of Iraqi jobs to pimply faced German-Salafist converts – lead to the creation of ISIS. Or so the justification goes
In terms of (lack of )journalistic ethics and intellectual (dis)honestyKaplan/Ali Khedery/Michael Weiss/Senator McCain/Yahoo News/BBC/CNN/Thomas Friedman etc are to the US media what GEO/DAWN/ARY/Hamid Mir/ Talat Hussain/Najam Sethi/Kashif Abbasi are to the Pakistani media. They are a bunch of overpaid propagandists who are working 24/7 to shield the Saudi/Turkish/Qatari/French creators of inter-linked groups like Daesh/ISIS and Al Qaeda/FSA.
So will Mr. Hussain Haqqani stay consistent his opposition of not supporting those institutions (ISI) that use Deobandi extremists for strategic goals or are his standards also selective and involve the typical ostrich mentality when it comes to such blatant support for Saudi/Turkish creation/support/facilitation for ISIS/FSA in Syria and Iraq.
Ben Swann explores the origin of ISIS that has already been long forgotten by American media. Swann takes on the central issue of whether or not ISIS was created by "inaction" by the United States government or by "direct" action.
Posted by Ben Swann on Thursday, March 19, 2015