President Barack Obama wants to do something about ISIS, but he is scared to death to go too far. Boots on the ground (even though almost everyone in America already knows there already are and will continue to be boots on the ground everywhere in the Middle East) would cause a major political backlash, he fears, and with a critical election just around the corner, nobody wants to look like the latest one to step on the war machine revolving door. So, Obama is employing a different tactic. America will bomb ISIS to pieces every chance it gets, regardless of which nation’s toes it has to step on to do it. And America will continue a time-honored tradition of failure:
arming rebels and other factions that happen to agree with Obama on this particular issue.
You don’t have to look back too far in history to see what happens when you spend money and resources arming a group of people who agree with you at this moment, but don’t necessarily agree with you in general as a way of life. Remember everyone’s favorite terrorist Osama bin Laden? He was our friend once, remember? Oh yeah, no one remembers that part. Remember Iran? Iraq? America seems to not be able to think but one move ahead on the chessboard. Arming Syrians and Iraqis to help stamp out ISIS sounds like a great plan that will save tons of American lives by allowing us to throw stones from afar instead of being on the front lines. However, if one could flash forward five, maybe even ten years, one shouldn’t be surprised to find that those same weapons and resources we are giving these factions may very well be turned against us.
America is proving once again that it does not learn lessons from anything it does. Once again, President Obama is getting America involved in a conflict that at this present time seems to have little or nothing to do with America. Is ISIS a threat to America? Well, it depends on who you ask. The government made it pretty clear that they don’t believe there is an imminent threat of an attack on American soil at the hands of ISIS, even though others have said that there are probably already operatives here just waiting and biding their time. As with most things in American politics, no one can seem to agree on anything, but at least Congress and Obama see eye to eye on one thing: they are going to arm people that aren’t necessarily really our friends outside of wanting to escape the clutches of ISIS.
It would be nice to say that this is going to be a hard lesson learned for Americans, but unfortunately, there is no reason to think that America will learn the lesson this time either. Find the names of these factions that America is arming. Write them down. Today they are friends. Four, five years down the road, you will hear the mainstream media emblazoning them as the new big bad boy terrorist network gunning for America.
The mainstream media isn’t having much to say about this. It seems that an “unexplained explosion” wiped out most of the leadership in opposition to the terror organization ISIS or ISIL or the Islamic State or crazy ass mo-fo’s (whichever you prefer). This was just after President Obama pledged to fight the Islamic State everywhere and anywhere and to give tons of weapons to these guys who are now dead. You would think something like that would be a pretty big story in the mainstream media. I mean, a major part of President Obama’s “coalition” is dead already. Without leadership, who are we giving our money and arms to? Do we really just trust an unorganized group of other Muslims with no leader to take our things and do what we want them to do to the other bad Muslims that we have decided are our enemy presently? Yet, no mention of it anywhere, whatsoever. Why do you think that is?
Has the Loch Ness Monster migrated? The latest in a long series of supposed sightings features an image taken with a smartphone that, as you might have guessed, the owner insists is not doctored in any way, shape or form. The really surprising thing: the Loch Ness Monster is nowhere near the traditional place where most sightings have occurred for as long as anyone can remember. Has “Nessie” flown the coup?
ISIS beware. So it’s Wednesday night, not quite throwback Thursday, but President Barack Obama is poised to address the nation tonight and outline his plans for how he wishes to deal with the Islamic State, the now shortened form of ISIS, the terror organization that has managed to put the United States and Islamic strongholds on the run at the same time. Amid constant criticism for his lack of response so far, Obama wants to make some kind of bold statement. Look for him to do just that.
When Obama takes the podium later on this evening, you will hear a lot of terminology that might give you a powerful deja vu feeling. It should. Former President George W. Bush made tons of similar comments years ago as he began to lay the groundwork to invade Afghanistan, and later, Iraq in the wake of the September 11 terror attacks on Washington and New York. The anniversary of those attacks is coincidentally a few hours after Obama is scheduled to speak.
Much like back in the early 2000s, there is plenty of controversy in conspiracy circles about ISIS and what this all means. Most notably, we are not dealing with this in the rear view mirror as we did with Al-Qaida. So far, outside of beheading a couple of journalists, ISIS has not successfully struck at the United States’ core. The mainstream media has been beating its drums day and night, however, and most everyone around feels that some sort of attack is imminent. Whether it is on U.S. soil or overseas doesn’t really matter. The entire world is holding its breath for something to happen, and never has there seemed to be more indications that it was on the way.
In conspiracy circles, there are several theories. They range from America staging a false flag attack to garner public support for a full-scale war on ISIS to the concept that ISIS was created by the government and the media and doesn’t really exist. Whatever you believe, there is certainly a movement going on here. A war on ISIS would be the American superelite shadow government’s wet dream. A full-scale declaration of war on ISIS with some George W. Bush superlatives thrown in would mean unparalleled access to attack various countries. Think about it. Even traditional American enemies like Syria are asking for our help to fight off the Islamic State. America could declare a full assault on ISIS and then bomb Syria under the guise of helping. The same goes for several other Islamic-based nations. This could be a golden opportunity for the people behind the scenes in the American government, and make no mistake, they are not about to let it pass them by.
Stay tuned as Common Sense Conspiracy analyzes the President’s statement with more analysis as we gear up for the September 11 anniversary tomorrow.
Common Sense Conspiracy has reported previously that over the last year or so, the mainstream media has seemed to be beating a drum repeatedly about the possibility of an attack on America’s electric grid. Also, the United States government has sponsored several drills practicing for just what would happen if the lights went out in America. Now, with another 9/11 anniversary just a couple of days away, it seems that the mainstream media seems awfully dedicated to beating this idea into our heads. Is this a harbinger of a very different kind of terror attack right around the corner? This Fox News report below is an example of how it seems like the government and mainstream media is ramping up for this to happen, or at least to have a good “I told you so” moment in its wake.
There are currently breaking news alerts from numerous mainstream media sources that an unidentified aircraft is being investigated by American F-15 fighters over the Atlantic Ocean. The flight originated in Rochester, New York. It was projected to go to Florida. Instead, it is flying over the ocean to an unknown location.
For those concerned about the terrorist threat from the reported eleven jets missing in Libya, this is unrelated. The aircraft in question is a business model, nothing like the commercial jetliners missing. Most likely this is not an attack but someone fleeing the country or a drug transport gone bad. Stay tuned to Common Sense Conspiracy for more information as it becomes available.
All sources agree. Asteroid 2014 RC is going to pass so close that it will be shorter than the distance between the Earth and the Moon this weekend, but despite the astronomical close shave, there is little chance that the asteroid strikes the Earth in a cataclysmic event.
Go ahead. Let out that sigh of relief. Now for the bad part.
Asteroid 2014 RC was only discovered five days ago! So, if it had been just a slightly different distance, this could be a much more troubling story. What do you think? Is it something to worry about that we are routinely discovering asteroids this close to the Earth only a few scant days before they pass by?