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Revealed: How Obama SET FREE the merciless terrorist warlord now leading the ISIS horde

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posted on Jun, 13 2014 @ 02:36 PM
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So, Obama actually released the man now known as 'The New Bin Laden' from U.S. custody in prison five years ago...and now he's beheading and burning his way through Iraq, leading an army of terrorists towards setting up an Islamic terrorist caliphate.

Still, the Obama administration continues to assure us that the Taliban Five, he recently released from Gitmo will not be a problem in the future.



Revealed: How Obama SET FREE the merciless terrorist warlord now leading the ISIS horde blazing a trail of destruction through Iraq






The U.S. once had Islamic State of Iraq and al-Shams (ISIS) leader Abu Bakr al Baghdadi in custody at a detention facility in Iraq, it was revealed Friday

Al Baghdadi was among the prisoners released in 2009 from the U.S.'s now-closed Camp Bucca near Umm Qasr in Iraq

It is unclear why the U.S. let the merciless al Qaeda leader slip away

Al Baghadadi and his troops took the Iraqi cities of Fallujah and Ramadi earlier this year and conquered Tikrit and Mosul within the last several days

They are now bearing down on Baghdad, burning down everything that stands in their way and carrying out executions on Iraqi civilians, soldiers and police officers

ISIS posted an image today of an officer's decapitated head tweeted with sickening message: 'This is our ball. It's made of skin #WorldCup'




It is unclear why the U.S. let the merciless al Qaeda leader slip away, however, one theory proposed by The Telegraph is that al Baghadadi was granted amnesty along with thousands of other detainees because the U.S. was preparing to pull out of Iraq.
The United States began withdrawing troops from Iraq in 2010,and Camp Bucca closed in 2011 along with the United States' other military facilities as President Obama declared that the War in Iraq had come to an end.
Another possible explanation is that al Baghadadi did not become a jihadist until after his release from Camp Bucca.




FULL ARTICLE:
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT
www.dailymail.co.uk...
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posted on Jun, 13 2014 @ 03:04 PM
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Does anyone have a source on the specific date this guy was released from Camp Bucca? The most specific report I could find said they didn't know for sure and that it could have been during the Bush Administration.



posted on Jun, 13 2014 @ 03:11 PM
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It is unclear why the U.S. let the merciless al Qaeda leader slip away, however, one theory proposed by The Telegraph is that al Baghadadi was granted amnesty along with thousands of other detainees because the U.S. was preparing to pull out of Iraq. The United States began withdrawing troops from Iraq in 2010,and Camp Bucca closed in 2011 along with the United States' other military facilities as President Obama declared that the War in Iraq had come to an end. Another possible explanation is that al Baghadadi did not become a jihadist until after his release from Camp Bucca.


Reports of arrest
According to the Islamic State of Iraq al-Baghdadi was never a prisoner there Iraq's Acting Interior Minister said that the arrested man was not al-Baghdadi, but rather a section commander in charge of an area stretching from the northern outskirts of Baghdad to Taji.
Also Obama didn't just set these people free due to a security pact with Iraq it was either turn them over to Iraq or set them free

Camp Bucca: Military Closes Largest Detention Camp In Iraq

The U.S. military is racing to empty its detention facilities because a security pact that went into effect in January requires them to either transfer detainees to Iraqi custody for prosecution or release them. The vast majority – 5,600 since January – have been freed due to a lack of evidence that would be admissible in Iraqi courts and the military's unwillingness to compromise intelligence sources by bringing them forward as witnesses.


This was the best piece of advice that Obama gave on the situation.


'Ultimately it's up to Iraqis to solve their problems,' Obama said

We gave the Iraq military training, weapons and money we shouldn't have to do the fighting for them as well.



posted on Jun, 13 2014 @ 03:16 PM
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a reply to: buster2010

Thanks for that.

And regardless, it's ridiculous to blame what is happening now on the release (or alleged release) of one man. This is the inevitable result of destabilizing the region by taking out Saddam.



posted on Jun, 13 2014 @ 03:20 PM
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a reply to: buster2010

So why didn't the same attitude apply concerning Saddam? In other words, why did America go to Iraq in the first place if the issue was something that should of been sorted out by the Iraqi's if there even was an issue of course?



posted on Jun, 13 2014 @ 03:26 PM
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I think this story is worth considering in light of the recent release of five top terrorists from Gitmo. To say that these people will not prove to be a threat in the future is short-sighted and naive.



posted on Jun, 13 2014 @ 03:28 PM
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a reply to: IAMTAT

We cant ignore the obvious.

He was trained/recruited/brain washed by the US while held in captivity and is now following orders.

Business as usual.



posted on Jun, 13 2014 @ 03:38 PM
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originally posted by: gladtobehere
a reply to: IAMTAT

We cant ignore the obvious.

He was trained/recruited/brain washed by the US while held in captivity and is now following orders.

Business as usual.


I don't understand. Forgive me for asking, but are you suggesting that this guy is currently doing the bidding of the United States?

Do you actually believe that the Obama administration is sanctioning ISIS behavior in Iraq? I assumed it was due to Obama's incompetence.
Please explain.
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posted on Jun, 13 2014 @ 04:09 PM
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America wants to destabilize the Middle East…to keep the war machine fed.

These lunatic religious nuts are for the MIC the best thing since sliced bread.

Just as the Pakistani ISI bred and created the Taliban, there is another, probably Saudi group, breeding these Arabic Islamist lunatics in Iraq and Syria.

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posted on Jun, 13 2014 @ 04:10 PM
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Yup, since Obama did that, look at Iraq. I bet there is a link to Obama's action and these events. He should have talked to congress first and got their approval.



posted on Jun, 13 2014 @ 04:17 PM
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Sadly you can not just destabilize and destroy a nation in the name of fighting terrorism, then leave the nation alone when that nation was used to a way of life under one strong ruler even if it was under intimidation, then expect that nation to rebuild itself and have a democratic government.

Actually US government is looking like imbeciles and incompetence, if it was not broken why fixed, wait it was not a fix it was a screw up. No money, no training or weapons can fix a nation with the history of Iraq in just a few years, that is moronic.




posted on Jun, 13 2014 @ 04:54 PM
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originally posted by: DarknStormy
a reply to: buster2010

So why didn't the same attitude apply concerning Saddam? In other words, why did America go to Iraq in the first place if the issue was something that should of been sorted out by the Iraqi's if there even was an issue of course?


Seeing how Bush was willing to lie to the public to get America to go into Iraq do you really think he would just let him go? Also it was the Iraqi government that charged, convicted and executed Saddam not America.



posted on Jun, 13 2014 @ 07:22 PM
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originally posted by: IAMTAT

originally posted by: gladtobehere
a reply to: IAMTAT

We cant ignore the obvious.

He was trained/recruited/brain washed by the US while held in captivity and is now following orders.

Business as usual.


I don't understand. Forgive me for asking, but are you suggesting that this guy is currently doing the bidding of the United States?

Do you actually believe that the Obama administration is sanctioning ISIS behavior in Iraq? I assumed it was due to Obama's incompetence.
Please explain.


YES! And all of the bildenburgers and tri lateral commission the Rockerfellers, the Rothschilds, the Du Ponts, Kissinger, Bush too, all the elite, all the royal families, the UK and their beloved partners in crime, Saudi.

This is their plan to depopulate.

They kind of set the whole thing up like some kind of karma owed by us, the people who never ever wanted any kinds of wars and bombings and its all the elites doing but we were expected to try and overtake our governments and end up in Fema.

So fascism in the one bloody way, or fascism in the fema revolt way. Either way they win and call it karma.

And ISIS is not a name that any fundamental arab would ever use, as it would be satan to them and illuminati... which it is.

Its also the Dark Horse, and Isis is all about mercury and saturn. The dark star, the dwarf star saturn, the old meaning of Sol.

Its just all tied in to their plans and Colorado Airport and Kate Perry's song Dark Horse.




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posted on Jun, 13 2014 @ 08:12 PM
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FOX news Meghan Kelly is interviewing Ken King former Commander of Camp Bucca now.



posted on Jun, 13 2014 @ 08:25 PM
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a reply to: IAMTAT

Does that means is US media in Baghdad right now? or he now in the US.



posted on Jun, 14 2014 @ 11:40 AM
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a reply to: IAMTAT

HE did it again too !



President Obama entrusted oversight of the five Taliban thugs he traded for POW Bowe Bergdahl to the Persian Gulf emirate of Qatar — despite a recent damning US government report that shows terrorists are operating with impunity there, The Post has learned.


nypost.com...




he ISIS have routinely practised extortion, such as demanding money from truck drivers and threatening to blow up businesses. This has been one revenue stream, while robbing banks and gold shops has been another.[56] During the battle of Mosul in June 2014, ISIS allegedly became the richest terror group in the world after looting $429 USD million from Mosul's central bank, according to the regional governor; a large quantity of gold bullion was also believed to have been stolen.[57] That will “buy a whole lot of Jihad”, regional analyst Brown Moses wrote on Twitter, adding, “For example, with $429 million, ISIS could [recruit and] pay 60,000 fighters around $600 a month for a year."[58] French television channel France 24 reported: "The group receives funding via private donations from the Gulf states."[59] In an interview with France 24,[60] Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki has accused Saudi Arabia and Qatar of openly funding the ISIS.[61][6


en.wikipedia.org...

The Taliban 5 that were just released is probably already in Iraq.

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posted on Jun, 14 2014 @ 02:08 PM
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The Islamist extremist some are now calling the most dangerous man in the world had a few parting words to his captors as he was released from the biggest U.S. detention camp in Iraq in 2009.





“He said, ‘I’ll see you guys in New York,’” recalls Army Col. Kenneth King, then the commanding officer of Camp Bucca.


ISIS Leader: ‘See You in New York’

Probably will.



posted on Jun, 14 2014 @ 03:01 PM
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This whole "merciless" and "ferocious" terrorist crap is just more of the jingoism that got us into this whole mess a decade ago.

There were thousands and thousands of men held in Iraqi prisons, many of them innocent and never charged with anything, many of them set up.

As we know from the Abu Ghraib prisoners were tortured and abused.

It's the height of partisan idiocy to imply that Obama released one man and that resulted in the insurgency we see now. How many men were radicalized by being held in Camp Bucca and Abu Ghraib? Or by everything else that has happened in the last decade? If it hadn't been Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in charge it would have been someone else. Or someone else. Or any of the thousands of men in line. This is the consequence of taking down Saddam and breaking up Iraq without any plausible exit strategy. Even Bush Sr. said that taking out Saddam would most likely result in the U.S. having to rule Iraq permanently.



posted on Jun, 14 2014 @ 03:07 PM
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As much as I'd LOVE to blame Obama for this? What blame would he have here as an individual?

Hell, we just released five combat field commanders or equivalent, and we have a good % of people upset at those of us who are MAD about that.

How could this guy have been held beyond the end of the war? Where? For what cause? We now know what he's BECOME...but what was he when he was sitting in U.S. detention?

Hindsight is 20/20 and Obama is Commander in Chief, so ultimately, even a private shooting someone by accident kinda..technically...in a real legal textbook kinda way...is the President's fault. That's a lot of hedging, qualifying and real creative connecting to get there tho...isn't it?



posted on Jun, 14 2014 @ 04:01 PM
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a reply to: DelMarvel






This whole "merciless" and "ferocious" terrorist crap is just more of the jingoism that got us into this whole mess a decade ago. - See more at: www.abovetopsecret.com...


A decade ago ?

A DECADE AGO ?

Yeah some partisan ship is showing considering all that crap began back during the CARTER administration.

And culminated to the current events.




It's the height of partisan idiocy to imply that Obama released one man and that resulted in the insurgency we see now. - See more at: www.abovetopsecret.com...


Nope because HE IS THE GUY WHO PULLED US OUT THERE.

He OWNS it.



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