It’s a False Flag World Out There
Thursday, December 10, 2015
An Interview Filmed 3 days before His death in England has surfaced online after a 15 year embargo on it's publication has expired. Now you can see and hear Kubrick himself admitting to being the director of NASA's original hoax. Enjoy the Movie!
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NSA Whistle-blower, 9-11 Truth Advocate and Former N.C. House Candidate, Frederick C. Blackburn (aka Blackbird9) will discuss many topics.
At a base level, that makes all kinds of sense. After all, the US did launch what amounted to a unilateral invasion of the country just a little over a decade ago, and when it was all said and done, a dictator was deposed but it’s not entirely clear that Iraqis are better off for it.
ISIS controls key cities including the Mosul, the country’s second largest, and security is a daily concern for the populace. The Americans are still seen - rightly - as occupiers, and Washington’s unwillingness inability to effectively counter ISIS has created a culture of suspicion in which most Iraqis believe the US is in cahoots with the militants for what WaPo described as “a variety of pernicious reasons that have to do with asserting U.S. control over Iraq, the wider Middle East and, perhaps, its oil.”
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The obvious role of Turkey in the smuggling and selling of Syrian and Iraqi stolen oil is no longer questioned by anyone. The Russian Ministry of Defense has already presented the international community with satellite and drone imagery of hundreds and hundreds of oil trucks heading to Turkey across ISIL-controlled territory to reach their destination at Turkish refineries and ports controlled by Erdogan’s family.
This information is confirmed by a study by two professors of the University of Greenwich, George Kiourktsoglou and Alec Coutroubis, tittled “ISIS Gateway To Global Crude Oil Markets”. Those two gentlemen established the route of stolen oil across Turkey to foreign markets. There’s not a glimpse of a chance that the ruling elites of Great Britain, Turkey, the United States and other NATO countries were not informed about such facts. Especially because, according to the conclusion of the above mentioned British professors, the caravans with stolen oil were reaching their destination at the Turkish port of Ceyhan, located an hour’s drive from the US military base at Incirlik. It doesn’t take a genius to figure out that the oil stolen by the Islamic State was supplied to numerous NATO allies, argues OpEd News.