The German channel Deutsche Welle (DW) has published a video report of paramount importance; this is probably the first major Western media to admit that the so-called EIIL (or ISIS, or Islamic State) is fed, not by the black market oil, or the hostage-taking with ransom, but supplies and equipment to several billion dollars, transported daily by truck to Syria through the border with Turkey, a NATO member country.
The report entitled ‘IS’ supply channels through Turkey (“The supply chains of EIIL come from Turkey”) confirmed what had been reported by several political analysts in 2011, namely that Turkey, although NATO member, allows huge amounts of supplies passage of weapons and fighters across its border with Syria to the positions held by EIIL.
In a surreal scene DW reportage, we see anti-Syrian terrorists quietly cross the border and once we got to the other side, to be slaughtered by Kurdish fighters.
Residents and local merchants interviewed by DW admit that they were exercising trade with Syria was discontinued at the start of the conflict and that the goods trucks crossing the border from the “western Turkey. “The report DW does not dwell on what you mean by” Western Turkey “, but this obviously refers to Ankara, the various ports used by NATO, and of course the NATO air base Incirlik.
Although the report by DW says no one really knows who is behind all these expeditions, we are nevertheless aware that the Turkish government in Ankara denies the very existence of these convoys of trucks filmed by German reporters. What is certain is that Turkey is not only aware, but it is directly complicit, as well as NATO, which pretends to want to fight EIIL but failed so far to expose and eradicate international sponsors of EIIL, and most importantly, NATO refused to simply cut the supply lines of EIIL – which nevertheless is one of the basic principles of any military strategy.
From the beginning, behind the threat of EIIL, NATO
As explained in 2007, the US and its accomplices in the region have conspired to use al-Qaeda and other extremist armed groups to rearrange the map of North Africa and the Middle East. The famous Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Seymour Hersh wrote in his 2007 article entitled “The Redirection: Is the Administration’s new policy Benefiting our enemies in the War on Terrorism”:
“To undermine Iran, which is predominantly Shiite, the Bush administration has decided to review its priorities in the Middle East. In Lebanon, the government cooperated with Saudi Arabia – which is Sunni – as part of covert operations designed to weaken Hezbollah, the Shiite organization backed by Iran. The United States has also taken part in clandestine operations aimed at Iran and its ally Syria. One effect of these activities was the development of Sunni extremist groups that espouse a militant vision of Islam, are hostile to the United States, and are close to al-Qaeda. Do you even lift
Of course, the term “extremist groups” who “espouse a militant vision of Islam” and “are close to al Qaeda” clearly refers to the Islamic state. The EIIL is the expeditionary force of NATO mercenaries, devastating proxy enemies latter from Libya in North Africa, to Lebanon and Syria, through Iraq and even borders Iran. His seemingly endless supply of money, arms and fighters can be explained by using several foreign countries and by the existence of shelters territories that NATO protects the fire of his enemies are Syria, Hezbollah, Iran and Iraq. The report of the German channel DW clearly shows how terrorists ISIS regularly escape from Syria and found refuge in Turkey.
One of the main objectives of NATO in 2012 was to use every possible pretext to extend these shelters territories or “buffer zones” inside Syria itself, making the protection by military forces NATO and from which the “rebels” could operate. If they had succeeded, DW cameraman teams would probably filmed these truck convoys, but this time through the towns of Idlib and Aleppo, and not along the border with Syria.
The plot of the US and its allies to create a sectarian mercenary force aligned with al-Qaeda was highlighted, as was the fact that the so-called “moderate rebels” that the US officially supported in Syria are nothing but sectarian extremists, the report DW filming the supply convoys from Turkey has confirmed, if doubt still existed, that the threat posed by EIIL vis-à-vis the NATO comes from NATO itself. This unveils a foreign policy so incredibly insidious that it’s hard to believe, even after the broadcast by major media as DW images showing that the supply routes of EIIL come from controlled territories by NATO.
Tony Cartalucci November 28, 2014 Land Destroyer Report
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