Tag: ISIS

World War C Presents a Host of Challenges for Central Asia

Central Asia is at risk of collapse if the socio-economic consequences of World War C aren’t addressed after much-needed remittance flows from Russia were abruptly cut off as a result of that country’s emergency quarantine measures, which in turn could inadvertently make the already impoverished population there much more susceptible to criminal and terrorist influences unless Russia, China, Pakistan, Turkey,...

Baghdadi Is Dead But the West’s Backing for Dictators Keeps the Fires Burning

When US Defence Secretary Mark Esper was asked this week to confirm President Donald Trump’s assertion that Islamic State group (IS) leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi died “whimpering and crying” as he ran into a tunnel, he said he couldn’t: “I don’t have those details.” As someone who has never seen action in his life, and watched this snuff movie from footage taken...

Baghdadi, the Invisible Leader of a Fake Army

Before we begin, for those who are not intelligence specialists, these axioms must be, if not learned, at least introduced. Behind the curtain exists a Deep State, a world super-government that will minimally influence and in most cases control national governments. Governments are controlled to control resources, to manipulate markets through manufactured needs and shortages, through currencies, though militarization and...