Declassified document shows Obama DID know he was creating ISIS

Declassified document proves Obama DID know he was creating ISIS

 

by Don Hank

A recent column appearing at zerohedge.com confirmed that a tweet by Donald Trump hinting that Obama knew he was creating a terror group when he sent arms to “rebels” in Syria was on the money.

 

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The tweet included a link to this story that appeared on Breitbart: an account of a 2012  intelligence report from the Defense Intelligence Agency predicting the rise of the Islamic State in Syria – and showing how US policy deliberately ignored and even succored it. Secured by Judicial Watch thanks to the Freedom of Information Act, the document says it’s very likely we’ll see the creation of “an Islamic State through its union with other terrorist organizations in Iraq and Syria.” And this won’t just be a grassroots effort, but the result of a centrally coordinated plan: it will happen because “Western countries, the Gulf states and Turkey are supporting these efforts” by Syrian “opposition forces” then engaged in a campaign to “control the eastern areas (Hasaka and Der Zor) adjacent to Western Iraqi provinces (Mosul and Anbar).”

 

The author reminds us that “Western countries” includes the US.

Whether Obama and Hillary are Muslims or not is hardly the issue here. They are an important part of the Saudi Rat Pack (SRP) and that is all we need to know. If there were any justice in our country, they would both hang for treason.

BTW, a lot of hullabaloo is made over the “evil Muslims,” and Christians are some of the most vociferous in condemning all Muslims for what the Saudi Rat Pack does. I agree that Islam is not the religion of peace and that Mo was basically a fraud.

However, I have interacted with Muslims lately and am getting a much more-nuanced impression of things.

Two anecdotal pieces of evidence:

I attended a local English-speaking church on Easter Sunday here in Panama, and after the service they offered free food in the church basement. We sat at a table with a guy who turned out to be Indonesian, a really nice, respectful guy who had taken part in the service. When he told us where he was from, I said aren’t you folks Muslims? He smiled and said they were. My family and I gathered that he was admitting that he was a Muslim, and for me that was no surprise. I had lived in Asia for over 3 years and had made friends and acquaintances there. I learned early that Southern Asians are open to various religions and can confess more than one religion. In fact, the Buddhists believe that there are 5 great religions and Christianity is one of them. They deeply respect Christianity. Sounds insane to most Westerners, but that is how they are.

So I told the young Indonesian Muslim church goer that I had understood that Indonesian Muslims are different from their Middle Eastern brothers. He was quick to let me know that his countrymen want nothing to do with the Saudi violence and intolerance. He was definitely sincerely incensed about this and about the fact that people might mistakenly think his countrymen might largely sympathize with radical Islam. He said there was only one small region in Indonesia where the Muslims were radical like the Saudis.

The next piece of evidence came in today. I was seated in a lounge area of a large department store waiting for my wife and daughter to finish spending their money and noticed a gent sitting beside me who was looking about as bored as me and we struck up a conversation. He turned out to be an Albanian, one of 2 diplomats opening an embassy in Panama, and he had lived in Kosovo. Many of you know that I have written a piece on Kosovo, mostly a translation about the horrors that Serbs face there. He did not deny that this had happened in the past but said that the Serbs had really abused the Albanians for years. He pointed out that over 100 years ago, Serbia had tried to illegally annex Albanian territory. I told him I didn’t think any of that justified mistreating Serbs in Kosovo, but I saw he was not to be persuaded, so I decided to change the subject a bit and told him I had heard that the Saudis had sent money to Kosovo after the war was over.

He said that Kosovars do not like Saudi interference and that he knew they were causing trouble in Kosovo.

I was shocked to hear that he and I could agree that the Saudis were behind much of the mischief in the Middle East. In fact, he was clearly disgusted by it. He insisted that no one wants terrorism (meaning Muslims) and he sounded sincere.

Clearly the Islamic world is not a monolith and we owe it to ourselves to learn from individuals like my Indonesian and Albanian friends.

I had noticed a while back that there are certain groups of people who want us to believe that Muslims are all cookie cutter copies of each other, and what I noticed about these folks is important, so please pay attention:

These folks who want us to hate ALL Muslims are by and large Neocons. Now why would the Neocons want Americans to simply hate all Muslims and not just terrorists and potential terrorists?

I cannot say for certain, but I suspect that this is because it is easier to convince Americans of the righteousness of a misguided military action by the Pentagon if the target audience of the war propaganda is a bunch of cattle who accept the notion that all Muslims are equally evil and represent an unnuanced homogeneous group. They could use this excuse to take out any leader, such as Ghadaffi, Mubarak, Saddam, and of course, Assad.

I strongly suspect this slyly implanted idea that all Muslims are evil is what is motivating many Americans to support US military engagements that, without the blanket hatred of all Muslims, would make no sense. Indeed, I have read opinions critical of Assad based on the fact that he is a Muslim and therefore is evil and not worthy of consideration. The people who expressed this opinion did not seem to care that if the US takes him out, he will be replaced by ISIS. To them there is no difference between ISIS and Assad. They are tragically wrong. Assad belongs to a subgroup of Shia Islam that is almost perfectly tolerant of other religions. Despite whatever sins he may be guilty of, he is the perfect choice for protection of minorities and has done an amazing job of creating a tolerant society in Syria. Only the made-in-USA terror groups like Al-Nusra and ISIS have changed this situation and turned groups against each other who once had learned to tolerate each other under the leadership of Assad.

I do not suspect that Trump will use hatred and suspicion of Muslims to such an untoward end. I think he was just shooting from the hip when he said we need to stop the immigration of Muslims until we can figure out what is going on.

But Hillary is another story.

Meanwhile my Albanian acquaintance was surprisingly open minded about Trump and said that Trump no doubt was not referring to all Muslims but only to people from terror-exporting countries. He said that if Trump became president Albanians would support him, but that likewise they would support Hillary if she won the presidency because her husband Bill had “helped” the Albanians in Kosovo. In other words, contrary to the doomsday warnings of both liberals and GOP higher-ups, Trump would not destroy the US’s rapport with all Muslim countries but may only sully the most radical ones, like Saudi Arabia, which is in fact the enemy of the American people and does not deserve to be coddled.

I also told him I thought Kosovo had become more unstable after the war and that NATO was just indiscriminately killing people.

Incredibly, while he disagreed on the first point, he seemed to agree that NATO was just having itself a rowdy shooting match in Kosovo!

Finally, he told me that Kosovo and Albania saved the lives of many Jews in those places. Here is that story confirmed by the Jewish Post http://www.jewishpost.com/news/Why-Albania-A-Nation-of-Muslims-Christians-Saved-Every-Jew.html.

The world is a big place and there are all sorts of nuances that we are best served to examine and try to understand. More-precise knowledge of groups of people can help both avoid unnecessary military intervention and/or make sure the groups targeted by the Pentagon and/or the State Department really are enemies and not in fact friends or potential friends of We the People. We really ought to have noticed by now that groups or nations that Washington declares to be enemies routinely turn out to be friends and vice-versa and that overly strident propaganda against anyone is generally an excuse for a needless war.

I am only just beginning to understand the Muslim world but God has allowed me to make just the kind of contacts that are helping me fill in the blanks.

 

TO SECURE WORLD PEACE, KOSOVO MUST RETURN TO SERBIA!

TO SECURE WORLD PEACE KOSOVO MUST RETURN TO SERBIA !

By Bernard CHALUMEAU

Specialist in Public and International law

General Secretary of « Alliance pour la Souveraineté de la France ».

By its decision of 22nd July 2010, the International Court of Justice in the Hague (ICJ) ruled on the conformity of the Unilateral Declaration of Independence (UDI) with international law. It is now necessary to consider the actual legal impact on Kosovo.

By ten votes against four, the ICJ concluded July 22, 2010: “The declaration of independence of 17 February 2008 did not violate international law or Resolution 1244 (1999) of the Security Council (1) or the constitutional framework. Accordingly, the adoption of that declaration did not violate any applicable rule of international law.”

This is far from the noisily urbi et orbi conclusive statements of the socialist former High Representative of the General Secretary of the UN in Kosovo, French Foreign Minister and European Affairs Bernard Kouchner, proclaiming that: “This statement confirms that Kosovo’s independence is irreversible.”

In doing so, he broadens for his own purposes the conclusion of the ICJ, obscuring fundamental issues regarding the status of Kosovo, to twist international opinion by camouflage, as usual.

Indeed Mr. Hisashi Owada, President of the ICJ stated “the Court was not instructed by the question to determine whether international law gave to Kosovo a positive right to declare independence unilaterally and “The Court is not instructed to decide whether Kosovo has gained statehood.”

This is absolutely essential for the present and for the future. It allowed, rightly I say, and I will demonstrate herein, that Serbia could declare “never under any circumstances to recognize Kosovo’s independence”.

In this case, the conclusion of the ICJ is not a surprise, because it has long been settled that no principle of international law can oppose the right of peoples to self-determination.

Here we are at the heart of the question: is it part of the Serbian people in Kosovo which seceded? Of course not, since in fact the so-called “international community” that is to say, the United States and the EU, have added their huge military arsenals by supporting the so-called “Kosovo Liberation Army” (UCK) of Ibrahim Ruigova, underhandedly supplying weapons, military training  and financing.

In its usual unsavory manner, the “international community” practiced spreading outright lies so to manipulate international public opinion into consenting to the dumping of tons of depleted depleted uranium munitions over Serbia by the US and the EU.

Of course, this same “international community” says nothing about the realities of war crimes committed during and after the conflict and the abduction by the Albanians of Serbian civilians, men, women and children to collect some of their organs and route them to foreign clinics before killing  them all (2).

The ICJ has therefore been cautious in his conclusion. Besides, how could it do otherwise than to invalidate the first unilateral declaration of independence in history, that of of the United States of America on July 4th 1776?

Here are the reasons :

–          is it the Serbian people living in Kosovo, who declared independence?

The answer is no!

–          is it a democratically elected assembly representing the will of the Serbian people of Kosovo who declared independence?

The answer is no!

–          is this Declaration of Independence the expression of the Serbian Kosovars’ right to self-determination?

The answer is no!

–          is this statement the demonstration of the Serbian people’s will to establish the internal and external sovereignty of Kosovo?

The answer is no!

–           does this creates a sovereign state in the hands of the Serbian people?

The answer is no!

–          were the borders of the new state agreed upon with Serbia by treaty as required by the Vienna Convention and the principle of uti possidetis juris?

The answer is no!

All these reasons demonstrate that this secession does not meet the criteria of international law. Obviously, it is therefore not a secession of part of the Serbian people, but an invasion by the Albanian population in the Serbian province of Kosovo, with the military support of the “international community” (ie the USA and the EU).

Of course, if sometimes the invasion of part of a state, whatever it could be, by a foreign population was recognized as legal, and if this invading population proclaimed the independence of the annexed part of the State, international law would be stood on its head and the door would be wide open for all possible conflicts throughout the world.

It is no doubt for this reason, and to respect their signing of international treaties, that 123 UN member states (including Russia) out of 192 have not recognized the independence of Kosovo.

On the other hand, the judgment of the ICJ is a precedent in favor of legalizing a unilateral declaration of independence (UDI) of the people of Quebec to free from the control of the Canadian federation and a UDI of the French people to break free from the European Union EU.

The ICJ judgment confirms that, as in the case of the United States of America, a Declaration of Independence, except in rare cases, is never upheld by institutions of the predecessor State.

That is why, to secure world peace, Kosovo must return to Serbia!

Bernard CHALUMEAU

(1)   The resolution 1244 (1999) suspended the sovereignty of Serbia on Kosovo.

(2) To protect the interests of high-ranking political figures, curiously, the international community was very quick to stifle this case by destroying evidence.

 

Bibliography :

 

–          « France qu’ont-ils fait de ta liberté ! » by Jean Foyer  (Former Minister of Justice of General de Gaulle) – François Xavier de Guibert Publisher.

–          Judgment of the International Court of Justice in The Hague (Netherlands). Press Release No. 2010/75 of 22nd July 2010.

–          “Advisory Opinion of the ICJ of 22 July 2010 on the legality of the Unilateral Declaration of Independence of Kosovo a precedent for secessionist entities?”  by Alexandra Chauvin, Law Degree at the University Paris X Nanterre.

–          « Srebrenica : mythe ou réalité d’un génocide ? » by Edward S. Herman.

–          « Kosovo assiégé, une bombe à retardement » by Philippe-Xavier PAULY. L’âge d’Homme Publisher.

 

Translation edited by Don Hank

Editor’s notes :

Carlos Ponte accuses leaders of Washington’s protégé state of Kosovo of trafficking in human organs :

Original French language version:

POUR GARANTIR LA PAIX DU MONDE LE KOSOVO DOIT REDEVENIR SERBE!

To the point

http://www.srbijadanas.net/serbian-kosovo-and-metohija-by-william-dorich/

 

Serbian KOSOVO and METOHIJA, by William Dorich

The magnitude of Kosovo reverberates across the centuries. It has survived 609 years and throughout the succeeding generations Kosovo has become the inspiration of an entire nation. And through its grandeur and its religious example it has influenced other nations to seek freedom. Kosovo permanently changed the face of Europe and altered history. Kosovo, 100 years before Columbus sailed for the New World, was a statement for religious freedom and the belief that no man had a right to rule another. Rather than to consent to become slaves to tyranny, the Serbs willingly gave their lives for their religious belief. Seldom in history have we witnessed such a commitment. The Serbs on the Kosovo Field not only paid with the staggering loss of 77,000 lives in one day of battle, but the Serbian nation suffered 500 years of Ottoman slavery as the consequence. Historians have never spoken of Kosovo as though it were an event in the past that will never happen again. Through the centuries, Serbian sacrifice and Kosovo have become synonymous.

The Serbian people have continually assumed that in every century they would again find it necessary to defend their rights to their land, self-determination, and freedom of worship. History in the Balkans continuously repeats itself! In 1690, more than 180,000 Serbs were forced from Kosovo and, again, an equal number were exiled in 1737. After the Congress of Berlin, in 1878, another 150,000 Serbs were expelled. This ongoing trend took on tragic proportions following the war in Crete between Turkey and Greece in 1897. Diplomatic efforts to stem the tide of atrocities against Serbs were useless, but documentation remains to testify to the crimes committed against the Serbian population. The Balkan war of 1912 was fought not only by Serbs but by Montenegrins, Bulgarians, and Greeks to liberate their people from centuries of uninterrupted Islamic aggression. The situation is little changed today.

To understand Kosovo, the American people need to compare the current Balkan crisis with its own American Civil War in which just 4% of the population lost their lives compared to Serbia who lost 52% of her adult male population in WWI and another 26% of her overall population in WWII. Readers of this forum need reminding that during the American Civil War it was the loyal Virginia citizens who refused to secede from the union and formed the state of West Virginia in 1863. Certainly Serbs deserve the same rights to remain in their union, a union which was internationally recognized as a nation in 1878 at the Congress of Berlin.

Not a single head of state, nor any American president, senator, or humanitarian group raised their voices as 200,000 Serbs were “ethnically cleansed” from Kosovo in the last 2 decades. People should be asking, why are the Serbs destined to suffer and be persecuted?

In September 1992, Jehoshua Porat, reporting in the Israeli daily Ha’Aretz, claimed: “It seems we have caught the same syndrome as the Russians — fear that we shall lose billions of dollars from the United States and the West if we say something good about Serbs.” Serbs are perplexed when the media proclaims Kosovo as Serbian territory, then encourages the Albanians who comprise a majority in just the last 40 years, to secede and seek self-determination while denying the Serbs that same right in Croatia in 1991 in areas where Serbs were the majority and in Bosnia in 1992 where Serbs represented 31% of the population and owned 62% of the land. It was arrogant that the world awarded the Bosnian Muslims for gaining their majority population through their genocide of the Serbs in WWII. Awarding the Albanians for the same disgusting deeds in Kosovo would make a mockery of democratic principles.

During King Milutin’s reign of 40 years (1281-1321), he built 40 churches in Kosovo. There are more than 140 Serbian churches and monasteries in Kosovo, a significant number having been built before 1459. More than 75 were built after 1459. There are also more than 80 church ruins that date prior to 1459. The actual seat of the Serbian Orthodox Church was first established in Kosovo at the Pec Patriarchate in 1346 (pictured at the top of this page). The Patriarchate remained in Pec until 1939, when in fear of WWII it was moved to Belgrade. The surviving Monasteries of Pec, Decani, The Virgin of Ljeviska, and Gracanica are monuments to the Serbian people, their dedication to their faith, and a testimony to their cultural achievements.

The time has come for a more balanced and fair assessment of the situation and a review of the facts, not hysterical propaganda. As the Very Rev. Mateja Matejic has observed, “Serbs were the first to anticipate the grave peril coming at one time from Islam and then from Nazism and finally Communism. They were the first to resist … making the victories of others possible, even if they themselves were defeated.”

The following pages of this forum are intended to provide the discerning American reader with historical facts unethically withheld from them by the partisan press and American politicians with a hidden agenda in the Balkans.