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Baghdadi ist zurück
Baghdadi Is Back And Turkey Might Be His Next Target

Remember this dude?

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He is back.

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Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, self declared caliph of ISIS, appeared in new video published today. These are the first pictures of him since some three plus years ago. He mentions the defeat in Baghouz. A speaker in the video, not Baghdadi, mentions the recent attacks in Sri Lanka which killed over 250 people and the recent ouster of Omar al-Bashir in Sudan. A short excerpt of the 18 minutes long video can be seen here.
There are three disguised people Baghdadi is talking to. The video is heavily edited and it appears that it was filmed in many takes. The visible walls are of drapery but do not seem to be the inside of a tent. The ground is flat. The light is artificial. The sound is solid but has no echos. This was probably filmed in a room of a larger house.
The gun to his right is a Kalashnikov AKS-74U with a large (45 rounds) magazine:
US journalist C. J. Chivers reported that the gun was nicknamed "the Osama" in jihadist circles, after Osama bin Laden was photographed next to an AKS-74U.
Pictures of the (now dead) leader of Al-Qaeda in Iraq Abu Musab al-Zarqawi showed the same type of gun. It is not a very practical weapon but demonstrates Baghdadi's heritage.
Baghdadi accepts the oath of loyalty from groups in Mali, Burkina Faso, Afghanistan and Sri Lanka. Written text in the video says that the attack in Sri Lanka was in retaliation for Baghouz in Syria where ISIS made its last stand. It claims that the ISIS jihadists did not hand over any area and died fighting to the end in Sirte, Mosul, Raqqa and Baghouz. At least the claim about Raqqa is wrong. When the U.S. destroyed Raqqa some 2-3,000 ISIS fighters negotiated their exit with the U.S. proxies on the ground and moved south-east to attack the Syrian army.
Baghdadi says that ISIS will eventually win in a war of attrition against the "Crusaders". This points to a continuous, geographically dispersed terror campaign after it no longer holds any ground. At one point one of the three other people gives him a folder with some plans. The folder is marked Wilayat Turkey. (Wilayat means province of the Islamic State).

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As shown in this article, statistics show that the War on Terror has been a colossal failure:
The one hundred thousand people that died in Iraq and Afghanistan due to terrorist activities would certainly agree that the trillions of dollars that have been spent on the War on Terror has done very little to remove the spectre of terrorist activities from their homes, cities and nations.

War on terror was the war on an entire civilization. Association/Replacement of the word terror was just for the public consumption. It's a simple strategy that makes the aggressors appear like the good guys who are there to defend themselves or the values they hold.
The war on civilization is never a failure for as long as the invader wins. Winning in this case means toppling a government, destabilizing an economy and dividing a population then leaving a country in chaos. It's not a foreign policy failure for the U.S. That is the policy working exactly as intended. All the talk later, where they claim that they had "bad intel" or they "made mistakes" or "miscalculated" is complete bullshit. They know what they're doing. If they didn't, they wouldn't keep doing it over and over in the exact same way.
War on the civilizations yields massive benefits. It's the shortcoming of the model of the western civilization that it continuously requires massive input that can't be achieved by the legal means of business and trade.

So he gets trotted out just in time to revive the "ISIS threat", and take the blame for various recent funny-smelling terrist attacks, people going to odd places like New Zealand and Sri Lanka to vent their spleens at Muslims and Christians, respectively. I have half-a-suspicion somebody is trying to get a religious war of some sort going.

They don't seem to be having that much success with getting that war going, so I expect the attacks will go on.

Why now? Why Turkey?
It seems that Bagdatti came out of hiding to make a video threatening Turkey with attacks like what occurred in Sri Lanka.
Is it just coincidence that USA will end waivers for Iranian oil on May 2nd?

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, self declared caliph of ISIS, appeared in new video published today.

Where? Where was it published? On what platform? Is it really that hard to trace the IPs?
Turkey is really determined to get those S-400s. The Empire first threatened to withhold F-35s, then to impose sanctions, then to expel Turkey from NATO, then to move its bases to Greece. Still, Turkey wouldn’t budge. Time to deploy some good old terrorism, so that the Empire will be obliged to come in and “help”.

I have long believed that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi actually is associated either with Mossad or the CIA.
That's why he's had so many miracle escapes.
That's why they never catch him and often don't even know where he is.
And we know that his ISIS never, never attacks Israeli targets or fat Saudi Prince targets.
Those would in fact be the targets of choice for any genuine jihad movement. Not Syria or Iraq, which are two states Israel has wanted to harm or eliminate for years.
ISIS has always been a fraud, a very complex and deadly one, but a fraud.

What script is the CIA running now?

Would someone please tell me if it makes sense for Baghdadi's beard to go from all black to the grey/red one we see in the supposed more recent picture?
Did he go to a hairdresser and have it colored? Is vanity a Muslim sin?
Something about the pictures makes me think it is not the same person even though the eyes, brows, nose and mouth are close enough to match.
Cui Bono? I expect we won't have to wait long to see where this fits, or is used, in the evolving geopolitical puzzle.


Lulu sagte:
1. Mai 2019 um 12:22
Immer wieder die gleiche Masche.
Der türkische Präsident teilte seinem Publikum mit, dass die Türkei ihre Luftwaffe in Zukunft vollständig aus einheimischen Kampfflugzeugen ausstatten möchte.
Türkische Beamte deuteten bereits an, dass sie verschiedene Verteidigungstechnologien, einschließlich Kampfflugzeuge, von anderen Partnern anfordern werden, wenn die USA die versprochenen Jets nicht liefern.
Ankara erklärte gegenüber Washington wiederholt, dass sich die Türkei an den Kaufvertrag für die S-400-Systeme halten werde. Die Türkei bestand darauf, dass es ihr als souveräne Nation freisteht, Waffen dort zu kaufen, wo sie es als richtig erachtet. Die ersten Systeme S-400 sollen schon im Juli in die Türkei verschifft werden.

Und schon holt Idiotistan seinen Proxy aus dem Käfig und droht mit Terror:
Baghdadi Is Back And Turkey Might Be His Next Target

(na dann schauen wir mal, wann die Türkei dran ist)


Klassiker des Kabarett.:

Volker Pispers: History of USA and Terrorism (über die Geschichte der USA und den Terrorismus)


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Baghdadi ist zurück - von Rundumblick - 01.05.2019, 13:20
RE: Baghdadi ist zurück - von Rundumblick - 11.05.2019, 22:22
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