posted on Aug, 27 2014 @ 08:17 AM
ISIS is made up of thousands of Europeans. 400+ British militants/terrorist, whatever you want to call them along with Syrian Freedom Fighters that
the U.S. supported.
The leaders of ISIS were all captured and tortured by the Americans years ago, then released and the first thing they do is form ISIS? Then hand the
USA an excuse to go back into IRAQ and seize resources China controls? Too convenient.
The CIA goes into these countries and finds a small group of people who dislike their country's regime. Libya for instance, they found a small group
and started the "Arab Uprising" then more and more joined in on the rebellion. We supplied aid and weapons to help them defeat Qaddafi's military.
Among these rebels were known Al Qaeda affiliates. Guys like Saddam and Qaddafi were the ones keeping Al Qaeda from gaining a lot of power in the
region. So now after destabilizing all of these countries, groups like Al Qaeda and ISIS are rampant. It was all part of the agenda to destabilize
these countries. Cheney laid it out and called it the "New World Order". A destabilized country is easier to control and we along with the Saudis
want control over all of the natural resources in the Middle East. The Middle East will NEVER be a stable region again.
The U.S. plays both sides of these conflicts. The CIA is their tool and they leave no evidence behind. Do you think our intelligence was so ignorant
that they would fail to see what would happen when supporting moderate rebels in Syria? If so, we need to fire everyone because the people of the U.S.
were screaming NO and didn't want to take a chance of supporting Syrian rebels. Do you think that it is because the U.S. is SO concerned? No, it's
all about money and resources. The U.S. government couldn't possibly care less about Syrian rebels and their fight for freedom.
The startling news that an American, Douglas McAuthur McCain, died fighting with extremist Islamist rebels in Syria again raises concerns that
the Obama administration has sounded for months — that Americans could come back home hardened by conflict in Iraq and Syria and trained to launch
terrorist attacks on their own homeland. U.S. officials said in response to NBC News' exclusive report about McCain that "dozens" of Americans
could be fighting at any one time with various extremist groups in the region — including the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham, or ISIS. With fear
growing over the turmoil in the Middle East, U.S. intelligence and foreign policy agencies are racing to understand these radicalized Westerners and
the potential threats they may pose abroad and at home.
More than 10,000 foreign fighters are believed to be fighting with ISIS alone — nearly doubling the strength of the group, which is believed
to have only 8,000 to 10,000 native fighters of its own, said James Gelvin, a professor of Middle East history at the University of California-Los
Angeles and author of "The Arab Uprisings: What Everyone Needs to Know." Opinions vary widely, but the broad consensus is that about 3,000 of those
foreigners are from the West — most from Europe, particularly Britain, but also some from the U.S., Obama administration officials told NBC News. By
and large, they're "people who are converts to Islam who have no prior experience to the religion [or] the culture, just like any other American,"
said NBC News terrorism analyst Evan Kohlmann of Flashpoint Global Partners, which tracks terrorist groups around the world. The first wave of
foreign fighters was attracted specifically to the battle to overthrow Syrian President Bashar Assad, Raffaello Pantucci, a senior research fellow for
the London-based Royal United Services Institute, told NBC News. But at some point, that changed, and "the narrative right now is, 'I'm going to
help build this Islamic State,'" Pantucci said last week. They're people like Donald Ray Morgan, 44, of North Carolina, whom the FBI arrested on
firearms charges this month. In June, he posted a photo to Twitter of him swearing an oath to the head of ISIS: "Mujahid pledging allegiance to Abu
Bakr al-Baghdadi and Islamic State commanding good and forbidding evil." And they're people like Shannon Maureen Conley, a 19-year-old Muslim
convert from Arvada, Colorado, who pleaded guilty to providing assistance to a foreign terrorist organization. According to documents in U.S. District
Court in Denver (PDF), Conley told an "active member" of ISIS that she was committed to "violent jihad against non-believers" and planned to
travel to Syria to get special training to help ISIS.
So the question here is .....WHY?