…by Jonas E. Alexis
Rand Paul has literally blown everything out of proportion by saying that America has supported ISIS. Although this is now common knowledge, and although Assad has been saying this for a long time, so-called Republican presidential candidates have been hiding this fact from their supporters. Speaking of the terrorist group, Paul said:
“Most of these people do not have the sophistication to make arms so they get the arms from other folks.
“Right now ISIS has a billion dollars’ worth of U.S. Humvees, they have a billion dollars in cash they stole from us and they pay their soldiers with but they have anti-tank weapons and missiles they fire from the shoulder that were basically given to people in the Syrian civil war and taken by ISIS.”
We continue to read:
“During the Libyan civil war, 15,000 shoulder-to-air missiles made by the United States disappeared, he added. ‘That’s why there is a concern that airliners might be taken down by shoulder-to-air missiles. … That might be a good reason for why we should’ve thought long and hard before we agreed with Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama to get involved in a war in Libya.’”
Newsmax, which is a Zionist machine, says:
“Paul said he believes the CIA’s presence in Libya had something to do either with getting shoulder-fired missiles to Syrian rebels or someone else and out of the hands of terrorists.
“Paul said he wants to do everything possible to keep Americans safe, but said he doesn’t think that includes the current policy of siding with al-Qaida-linked rebels in Syria against President Bashar Assad. Taking out Assad will only create a vacuum like the United States did in Iraq when it removed Saddam Husseing from power, he said.”
Well, Mr. Rand Paul, welcome to Veterans Today. You are catching up with what we have been saying, and that’s a good thing. For the past two years or so, VT writers have been independently documented that the United States is an accomplice in creating and funding ISIS.
Rand Paul has recently said something that is counterproductive to what NWO agents have been doing for the past five years or so:
“So when they stand up on television and says, ‘the tragedy in Paris means you have to give up your liberty. We need more phone surveillance.’ Bullshit!”
Well, Mr. Paul, NWO agents have been producing what you call “bullshit” for a long time. And we are all getting tired of this. Even Senator Richard Black is now saying that the “war on Syria was an unlawful war of aggression.” This is why we would like to invite you to support our friendly neighborhood, Vladimir Putin, who continues to destroy ISIS in Syria. As Gordon Duff has recently pointed out,
“Calling it anything else is insane. America is pouring supplies into Syria and Iraq, to more than simply ‘moderate extremists.’ Hell, America has set up a base inside Iraq to resupply ISIS. 3000 American soldiers serving in Iraq are out there for the holidays, pouring arms into the hands of terrorists while waiting to be returned home, thanked for their service, and thrown on the trash heap.
“With 90 percent of the war inside Syria and America flying few and usually no missions there at all, is it a wonder when Russia magically discovered 500 fuel trucks that pour millions of in profits into the coffers of John McCain’s friends and business partners.”
You see, Putin is certainly laughing at Obama’s recent statement, which goes like this: “Destroying ISIL is not only a realistic goal. It’s gonna get done.”
I can imagine Putin thinking,
“Did Obama read Frankenstein? If so, did he read it to the end? How can this skinny man support and then fight ISIS at the same time? Who is working for? Does he mean to tell us that we need to ignore Seymour M. Hersh’s report, which basically said that the U.S. was highly involved in promoting the lie that Assad used chemical weapons on his own people?
“Obama certainly can’t be that stupid. He is certainly working for someone or some entity. I think I may have some clues of who his boss is.”
And we all know the answer to that puzzle as well.
 “Obama: GOP attacks on refugees help ISIL,” Politico, November 22, 2015.
 Seymour M. Hersh, “The Red Line and the Rat Line,” London Review of Books, April 17, 2014.