How ISIS Helps U.S. Achieve Domestic Policy Goals 

Source: The Daily Bell

Whether directly or indirectly, the CIA and U.S. government were certainly involved in creating ISIS.

Indirectly, weapons were supplied to rebel forces in Syria, who turned out to be ISIS, among other rebel groups.

But it is more than likely that the CIA created ISIS directly, just as it funded Al-Qaeda in the 1980’s to fight the Soviets. Then there are the green screen beheadings staged on what many believe to be a western studio set. The CIA is said to have paid over half a billion dollars to have the propaganda made.

So when something pops up from the media saying what ISIS is doing, what they are really saying is what the highest levels of U.S. intelligence want you to think the boogeyman is doing.

Really, who benefits from terrorism most? The United States government of course. The more scared citizens get, the more they can control us.

Just the other day we talked about the State Department issuing a broad brushed warning for tourists visiting places in Europe, some of which are statistically safer than U.S. cities.

But the government always needs to make sure they have all their bases covered. Not only should you be afraid to leave the country, go to the mall, go to the movies, ride public transit, run a marathon, go to a club, fly on an airplane, attend a parade, or leave your house.

Now, you must be afraid of Craigslist and peer to peer barter. Terrorists are said to be encouraging a new avenue to find victims to kill.

Jihadists are also encouraged to place some stuff for sale on “buy and sell websites such as Craigslist, Gumtree, eBay, the Loot, and others” and “specify that collection and payment is only available in person and that only cash is accepted. Also, the item being advertised should be something that requires the victim to enter one’s property.”

Of course, this seems like the perfect warning to help the U.S. government kill multiple birds with one stone.

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