ISIS.

Here’s my opinion on the pieces I’ve been able to gather.

ISIS came out of nowhere. They came trained, disciplined, and well equipped. They have tactics and techniques that imply Western training and equipment. They move quickly, secure quickly, psychologically dominate, and push to the next objective. All hallmarks of Agency training and leadership. Look to the previous examples in that part of the country, Russia got a taste of it during their Afghanistan war. Ask their veterans. All the Agency did there was very light training and “laid back” leadership.

Effectively. ISIS appears to be destabilizing the countries that we would like to see destabilized. They are also disrupting the Iraqi oil the Chinese have bought in ground or close to. Or rather, “maintained” for the Iraqis. It’s interesting that once the oil production began regaining it’s former 2002 production pace of about 2 million barrels a day – Saudi does 10 million – that we see ISIS pop up… All of a sudden… Out of nowhere. As odd as it sounds I think the Agencies trained and equipped them, then gave them direction and turned them loose. They also made it clear that ISIS would be targeted and hunted down as a side show of our strength and determination. I don’t think a single bit of this is by mistake. The biggest reasoning is our policy and open borders just hit the center stage as a wide open door for an attack, and a problem-reaction-solution chain. The gears of war are spinning back up and while the rhetoric is rich with peace the actions are shadowy and dripping with lies.

Benghazi is a prime example of a public misdirection and assassination of a political figure. It also seems to have been quickly swept under the rug with no charges, no arrests, and no one being held resposnible. Mrs. Clinton just got bumped out of her slot. Ho hum.

So, our Agencies built ISIS, turned them loose on Syria and Iraq to deny China oil… Oh, our borders are open too, and we owe the Chinese for holding our debt… Good thing we started prepping awhile ago huh?

We live in a state of undeclared martial law. We have become the enemy.

GraveMrWhite:

Pretty much. The count down has started. Get the last of your storage food, gear, and reloading supplies. It gets rocky from here on in.

Originally posted on Battlefield USA:

“If you don’t want to get shot, tased, pepper-sprayed, struck with a baton or thrown to the ground, just do what I tell you. Don’t argue with me, don’t call me names, don’t tell me that I can’t stop you, don’t say I’m a racist pig, don’t threaten that you’ll sue me and take away my badge. Don’t scream at me that you pay my salary, and don’t even think of aggressively walking towards me. Most field stops are complete in minutes. How difficult is it to cooperate for that long?” — Sunil Dutta, an officer with the Los Angeles Police Department for 17 years.

In a war zone, you have no rights. When you are staring down the end of a police rifle, there can be no free speech. When you’re being held at bay by a militarized, weaponized mine-resistant tank, there can be no freedom of assembly. When…

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