Berto Jongman: NSA whistleblower William Binney, A Good American, on 9/11, WTC 7, molten metal and NIST

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Jan 30

Robert Steele: The Virtual Caliphate – Between Two (or More) Evils

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Jan 28

Ahmet Sait Yayla: Defeating ISIS

Ahmet Sait Yayla

Ahmet Sait Yayla

Deadly Interactions

EXTRACT: There are two significant roadblocks [to defeating ISIS]. The first is the Saudi government, which is pouring billions of dollars around the world into a campaign promoting its own Salafist approach to Islam. This has produced thousands of determined Salafist youth, the finest candidates for ISIS recruiters. The second roadblock is the political turmoil in the region, which can be blamed at least in part on the support the West has offered undemocratic leaders in the Middle East, under whose cruel and unjust rule Muslim people have suffered for decades. Terrorist organizations point out this “hypocrisy” and use it to persuade new recruits to embrace their violent regimes. PDF (9 Pages): Deadly_Interactions_ISIS_Turkey_Syria

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Jan 24

Ahmet S. Yayla: Understanding ISIS

Ahmet Sait Yayla

Ahmet Sait Yayla

Eyewitness Accounts from Recent Defectors from Islamic State: Why They Joined, What They Saw, Why They Quit

Syrians who join IS are rewarded with salaried jobs which for young men translates into the ability to marry and for young women the money allows them to save their families from literal starvation. Foreign fighters are receiving additional rewards: wives, sexual slaves, and sometimes homes and cars. Daily life was punctuated by brutal practices – including floggings, torture and beheadings. Defections were the result of exposure to extreme brutality, disgust over the slave trade, observations of deep hypocrisy–a total mismatch between the words and deeds of IS. Charges of corruption and complaints about battlefield decisions that produced unnecessary deaths in their own ranks were also causes of disillusionment . Our informants all had come to hate IS and warn others not to join what they gradually came to see as a totally disappointing, ruthless and un-Islamic organization.

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Jan 23