Wednesday, 25 November 2015

On the Future of the Islamic State

A few days ago, I had a sudden realisation.

The West, I understood, had changed tack after Russia’s intervention in Syria.

All these days  - circa  2012 to a couple of months ago –  the plan had been to use ISIS as a tool to destroy Syria and Iraq, two potential bulwarks of resistance to Western hegemony as well as pipeline routes to Europe bypassing Russia. But when Russia’s intervention against ISIS and the blood soaked war criminal Barack Hussein Obama’s pet moderate cannibal headhunters began showing major successes almost at once, the plan seems to have changed.

Let’s say this right away, because it bears keeping in mind: the West, or, in other words, the Imperialist States of Amerikastan, has only one real target: the Russian-Chinese alliance. All the rest is mere window dressing. The primary purpose of all the ISA’s activities has been to surround and ultimately destroy Russia and China. That this is an endeavour that can’t succeed isn’t something that even enters into the ISA’s calculations; after all, this is the nation which believes that it’s “an empire...which create(s) (its) own reality”, as well as an “exceptional nation” to which normal rules do not apply.

So, when Russia’s entry made it abundantly clear that the project for a Libya-style total destruction of Syria wasn’t going to be possible, with Assad lynched, the minorities all dead or fled, and the corpse of the country fought over between squabbling rival groups, the ISA hurriedly promulgated a Plan B. In this, some sort of vivisection of Syria was to be achieved, with the majority Sunni areas in the east chopped away to form a jihadistan joined to a similar rump Sunni state in Iraq. That area, of course, comprises what is today called the Islamic State, or ISIS, or whatever the hell you want to call it.

In order to achieve this jihadistan, though, some things would be necessary.

First, the Russian offensive, since it couldn’t be defeated, had at least to be limited in area. In order to do this, the farcical “bombing campaign” which had so signally failed to harm ISIS in any way, was stepped up and extended into Syria. After all, if ISA bombers are hitting someplace, just in order to avoid accidental clashes that might swiftly escalate to a world war, Russian planes are likely to avoid the same place. And in order to make sure that these strikes still avoided harming ISIS in any way the ISA...dropped leaflets telling the headchoppers to evacuate well before they were bombed.

Along with this was the plan to put US Special Forces “on the ground” in though they weren’t there already, dressed as ISIS and fighting against Assad. The only logical reason to put these forces on the ground – in numbers far too small to do any actual damage to ISIS – is to serve as “human shields” against Russian airstrikes, since the last thing Moscow would want is to create yet another international incident by blowing away American troops (for the purpose of this article, “American” includes British vassal forces, since Britain, as an ISA colony, has no independent foreign policy anyway).

If we take these factors into account, there is only one logical conclusion – the ISA has decided on some kind of long term recognition of ISIS as a legitimate political entity. Is this not believable? All you have to do is look at the narcomafia pseudostate of “Kosovo” and the Nazi rump state of Ukraine, which both rely on ISA protection, and the corpse of Libya, to see that the Imperialist States is more than happy to accommodate jihadism, as long as the jihadis know their place in the order of things.

To this end, NATO member Turkey is vital. It is the only source of direct supply of cash and armament to the Islamic State in Syriraq, and, as Russian President Putin said, it is a terrorist state whose alliance with ISIS is now undeniable. Turkey and ISIS, after all, share two enemies – Assad and the Kurds – completely, and in increasing amounts, a third enemy in Russia. That the Turkish spy chief allegedly said (it has been “denied” by the government of Turkey, which, of course, is noted for its regard for truth) that it was time to open diplomatic relations with ISIS is very significant. An ISIS government in exile in Turkey, protected by Ankara’s NATO membership, would remain a permanent threat even if the group could be, unlikely as it is, totally exterminated in Syriraq. The ex-ISIStan would have to be permanently garrisoned, in force, and at ruinous cost, in order to prevent the movement making a comeback. Eventually, of course, it would.

At the same time, efforts would be made to convince the common Westerners that perhaps ISIS isn’t so bad after all. This will not be difficult, keeping in mind two things:

First, the average ISA citizen has a nanosecond attention span, something sedulously created by a culture based around the television set, where real knowledge is looked at with suspicion and facts dropped into the “memory hole” as soon as no longer convenient. After all, the average Westerner becomes an expert on a topic after watching a two minute “news” video on CNN or Fox, and the last thing he or she wants is to be confused by the facts. That might require thinking, and thought is reserved for more precious things, like American “””””””football””””” scores or Starbucks cup logos.

Secondly, said ISA citizen has been systematically conditioned to hate Russia, Putin, Syria and Assad, by mega doses of propaganda, personally peddled by the blood soaked war criminal Barack Hussein Obama. To people with neither the brain power nor the inclination to perform the analysis a bedbug might be capable of, anyone opposed to Russia/Putin/Syria/Assad=The Good Guys. That al Qaeda’s Syrian affiliate, Jabhat al Nusra, is now routinely passed off as “moderate pro-Western rebels”, only a couple of months after the ISA admitted that there were only four or five remaining “moderate pro-Western rebels”, and that the average ISian swallows this hook, line and sinker, proves exactly what I’m talking about.

The rehabilitation of ISIS, however, won’t start from the ISA itself. Its Wall Street corporatocracy realises, more than anyone else there does, that anything the Imperialist States proposes has become tainted by association now. That is why it uses proxies like the European Union, as it did in the invasion of Libya or the Nazi coup in Ukraine. In the case of ISIS, it will use a compliant “liberal” puppet like Trudeau of Canada – in fact, it will almost certainly be Trudeau of Canada – to open the gates to Western acceptance of ISIS. The average mindless “liberal” will fall over his or her nonexistent brain to lap up whatever bilge is given as justification – probably that the brave ISIS fighters are combating the Evil Gay-Hating Russian Menace and the Evil Assad Dictatorship – to give full support to the idea, precisely as he or she did the Nazis in Kiev. There seems to be no amount of idiocy these “liberals” are incapable of committing as long as their favourite politician doles out the lies. Once ISIS is a recognised entity in Canada – and Britain, with its well known history of sheltering and protecting Chechen terrorists, will at once fall into line – the Caliphate will increasingly become a recognised entity, at least in the West.

Will this actually happen? Remember that the ISA is now in a de facto alliance with al Qaeda and a formal alliance has been suggested by the blood soaked war criminal Barack Hussein Obama’s former CIA chief David Petraeus. Remember that the Imperialist States has always, invariably, sided with Sunni jihadis against Russia and secular Muslim governments and societies.

I thought, at first, this ISIS entity would take five years to come about. Now I realise I was mistaken.

The process is already happening, even as I write this.

You’re welcome.


  1. The English language columnists in the US and UK are already saying,

    'The evil Syrian regime has killed 250,000 innocent, peaceful, unarmed protesters, many with poison gas, while a few criminals who have infiltrated the moderate Daesh have killed only a few hundred, at most, and almost all of those criminals have been neutralised already. If we can get the Daesh to accept Sykes-Picot, leave the democratic, free, Iraqi government alone and concentrate on ridding Syria of the evil regime, then they would be a far better alternative for Syria. Most Syrians are Sunni, and strongly support the Daesh, and wish the US of A would help them to freedom, peace, and democracy just as the US helped the Iraqis and Libyans, who all agree that they are MUCH better off now than before the US of A liberated them.'

    Fortunately, if exposed to actual eye-witness evidence, or Seymore Hersh for that matter, most Americans dismiss all those as racists who hate a Great President only because of his skin colour, or else as tinfoil hat conspiracy theorists.

    The old gave a version of the MENA that matched what I can see with my own eyes, but the UK government got rid of that newspaper and replaced it with a new and much improved version that keeps reiterating the version I gave above, a story that must be true since the Great and Good US government always tells the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, and any reasonable person believes the US government before he believes what he sees with his own eyes.


  2. I once mentioned US imperialism, and someone called me a big liar. Americans tend to only get the Texas version of American history, where the Cherokee remain grateful to President Jackson for booking them on a great and scenic vacation trip.

    But US imperialism, which didn't start until 1898, ended long ago. The US still has a few, tiny island colonies, but only because they keep voting against both statehood and independence, the leadership figuring that being colonies of a very reluctant colonial power is better than the alternatives.

    Kipling thought the only sapiens Homos were the ethnic north-western European dolichocephalic blondes, and it was their solemn duty to colonise the savages that inhabited the rest of the world.

    Joseph Conrad said the British Empire was very good for the colonials, but the other European Empires were horrors.

    Eric Blair thought the European Empires were all evil, including the British Empire, which was more-or-less equally evil as the rest, but all were surpassed in evil by the American neo-Empire.

    Finally, Graham Greene said that the British Empire was much worse than the French or Spanish Empires, and was only surpassed in evil by the American neo-Empire.

    An Imperial Power puts an ethnic member of the Imperial Power in as viceroy or governor of the colony, the resident Head of State, subject to the Imperial Power's Head of State. All senior leadership positions are ethnic members of the Imperial Power, appointed by the Imperial Power. The Imperial flag flies over the colony. A neo-Imperial power puts in an ethnic member of the neo-colony as a puppet Head of State, and the neo-colony has a seat in the UN and its own flag. The neo-Imperial power gets to steal as much or more than the old Imperial powers, but with much less responsibility.

    So the US is NOT an Imperialist power, it's a NEO-imperialist power (which is worse). So NSA or NISA, not ISA.

    And I have seen US neo-colonies, and Conrad's 'The horror, the horror' rings true.


  3. I'm getting old and wonder what the changes will look like by the time I get around to dying. Should be interesting.

  4. I knew there were a few things I wanted to say. That "gay-hating" Putin thing was a masterful stroke of PR. Never mind that he is far more liberal in his attitudes towards gays than the average Russian, the point is that many liberals in the US cannot see beyond this one issue. This confounds me. Kids killed in Gaza, yeah yeah, hospitals bombed, yawn, but persecute gays and many are up in arms to a ludicrous extent. I had a friend post an article implying that gay Syrian refugees should be given preferential treatment in entering the US. Wow.

    All this is off topic. You seem to be right, I have no doubt. Also, did you include the term "bedbug" for a particular reason? It caught my attention.

    Finally, to my great shame and sorrow, I do enjoy football, USA style football, it can't be helped. But I do not take my news from CNN. I am more likely to believe you than CNN. A lot more.

  5. Bill, I have my fingers and toes crossed that this will not be successful, but the ISA (love that moniker) is certainly capable of it. The world got a chance to see some of the ISA's allies in action (the 'moderates') when they murdered one of the Russian pilots in cold blood, all to the sounds of 'God is great'.


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