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World Affairs Brief > Nov 1st 2019 >>
SIGNS AL-BAGHDADI KILLING WAS MORE SCRIPTED PROPAGANDA
The claimed attack by Delta Force on ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi at an Idlib compound in NW Syria this week was almost assuredly falsified in order to convince Trump of the value in keeping US troops in Syria. The raid has all the same markings as the falsified propaganda raid on Osama bin Laden in Pakistan, where I think the CIA killed one of their Osama look-alikes in order to raise the status of Obama and provide “proof” to the gullible public that the Deep State’s phony war on terror was in some sense real. This week I will document all of the contradictions in the official story that follow the same pattern as in the fake Osama bin Laden killing. The US continued presence in Syria allows them to continue the theft of Syria’s oil supplies in Deir Ezzor under the cover of “protecting” them.
First, let me review the salient points about the 2011 raid on Osama bin Laden to highlight the pattern of falsification that is similar to this week’s news story:
1. There were multiple prior announcements of Osama’s death, including statements by Pakistani PM Benazir Bhutto that were backed up by others in the CIA that he died from kidney failure as far back as 2002. Multiple sources indicate that it couldn’t have been bin Laden at the Abbattabad, Pakistan compound.
2. The CIA kept at least 2 other bin Laden look-alikes in waiting for making propaganda videos of bin Laden who was a CIA asset long before 9/11.
3. A neighbor at the compound testified that only one stealth helicopter landed at the compound and that as the Seal Team 6 participants tried to leave after the raid, the helicopter crashed back down into the compound and burned. He said no one survived. The crashed helo with its special tail rotor was visible in pictures the next morning. The neighbor said no other helo landed to pick anyone up or recover the bodies.
This may be why there were constantly changing “facts” reported about the Seal Team 6 members who carried out the raid, including that they died in a CH-47 crash later in Afghanistan. That claimed was set up to destroy a helicopter and its crew just so the government could have some reason to explain to the parents how Seal Team 6 died—even though the deaths happened in the Abbattabad raid. So who are the Seal Team 6 heroes supposedly surviving to write books about it? They could not have been there according to eyewitnesses unless there was a second helicopter that went unnoticed by the neighbor.
4. The claim that Osama’s body was “buried at sea” is suspicious on multiple levels. Most especially since the key element of the story cannot be independently verified—the identity of the corpse.
5. The official story claimed to have done a DNA test on bin Laden to confirm his identity but never explained how they got their original sample—or how that DNA survived the crash of the helicopter with no survivors.
Now let’s compare this to the official story of the al-Baghdadi killing and president Trump’s questionable commentary of it and its contradictions:
1. That al-Baghdadi was alive at the time. Russia suggested the ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi might still be alive and mocked the “umpteenth report” of his demise. Moscow claimed to have killed him two years ago. Various news organizations also have reported him dead various times before: Here’s the RT.com list of the reported deaths:
The Guardian had him paralyzed with a severe spinal injury after an airstrike in April 2015, Syrian state TV reported him dead in June 2017, Iranian TV said he was “definitely dead” and the Russians claimed as much again, all in the same month. In July 2017 he was pronounced dead once more, then alive and then, to clear the matter up, a year later, he emerged from obscurity with a new propaganda video.
This doesn’t mean al-Baghdadi was really dead. As I’ve documented for years, the US created ISIS and likely used the Israeli Mossad to create and train its leaders. So, it may be convenient to say they are dead so no one is looking for them anymore. As in the bin Laden case, it is also convenient to kill a look-alike to keep up the Deep-State-created terrorist narrative. Al-Baghdadi might still be alive and well. Who can know for sure when dealing with the lying CIA and the all-too-willing mainstream media?
2. The second contradiction in the official story is that Baghdadi was hiding out in Idlib province, in a compound about 300 yards away from the village of Barisha, only 3 miles from the Turkish border. RT.com asks,
Add to that fact that the latest incident happened hundreds of miles from where US intelligence believed the fugitive Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) leader was hiding. This begs the question: what was al Baghdadi doing there? Making cosy with other of his murderous pals as they plot together against the infidels?
Pepe Escobar explains what kind of US and Turkey backed terrorists were in Idlib province:
There are virtually no ISIS/Daesh jihadis in Irbil, but lots of Hayat Tahrir al-Sham, formerly Jabhat al-Nusra, as in al-Qaeda in Syria, known inside the Beltway as “moderate rebels,” including hardcore Turkmen brigades previously weaponized by Turkish intel. The only rational explanation is that the Caliph might have identified this Idlib backwater near Barisha, away from the war zone, as the ideal under-the-radar passport to cross to Turkey.
And why might he want to run back and forth to Turkey? Because Turkey has long been one of the main US sponsors of terror providing a pipeline of foreign terrorists and arms into Syria. All of these various terrorist groups get their weapons and support ultimately through puppets of the Deep State like Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Israel.
Not only are there no any “moderate rebels” among the US/Saudi/Turkey and Israeli sponsored terrorists, the only difference between the groups are their leader’s individual egos and desires to destroy the Syrian government. So, it matters little if a claimed ISIS leader hides out among them. That doesn’t tell us much.
3. That the US informed Russia, which controls this area, under its umbrella of S-400 surveillance radar, that it was coming in for an operation. As Sputnik reported:
[Trump] also thanked Russia, claiming that the US forces had to fly through certain Russian-controlled areas to reach their target.
“Russia treated us great. They opened up – we had to fly over certain Russia-held areas. Russia was great,” Trump said.
The Russian Defence Ministry, however, stated that they are unaware of providing cooperation to US air units entering the airspace over the Idlib deescalation zone during that mission.
“No airstrikes performed by US aircraft or aircraft belonging to the so called ‘international coalition’ were detected on Saturday or during the following days,” a statement by Maj.Gen. Igor Konashenkov said.
Russia’s radar wouldn’t have missed a flight of 6 to 8 US helicopters, and the jets that followed to destroy the compound. They must use transponders when in the Russian air traffic sector to avoid being shot down. This denial by Russia of any movement of US aircraft is a prime indication that the raid may have been fabricated, and that the video was taken from elsewhere or at another time. Besides, Google maps shows the compound already destroyed and their satellite images are 1-6 months old—never up to date daily. I’ll walk you through the evidence:
Here’s a purported aerial view of the compound which the government provided to NBC, in pristine condition [It’s the trapezoidal walled compound at the top of the picture—camera is looking south]. Now if you go to google maps, satellite view, and follow the only road going West out of town, you’ll see the same complex, a few hundred yards from town, and the same compound is already destroyed. Click on this link to see it. So, the US had to have provided a picture of the compound much earlier than the faked raid.
4. That Delta Force flew in 60-70 special forces to attack the al-Baghdadi compound. The current story is that they blew a hole in the wall because the gate was supposedly booby trapped, had a firefight with dozens of armed combatants in the compound and then, using trained attack dogs, cornered al-Baghdadi in a tunnel with his 3 young children. Supposedly al-Baghdadi then blew himself up with a suicide vest, “dying like a dog, whimpering, and crying” as president Trump told it. After it was all over, they called in airstrikes and destroyed the entire compound.
This entire scenario doesn’t make sense militarily or otherwise. Even with superior training, you don’t send in Special Ops against an occupied compound like this and not take significant casualties. There were none, which makes me suspicious that there was any heavy firefight. Why not level the compound first? The chances of taking al-Bahdadi alive surrounded by armed combatants was unlikely, and if you want him killed, then destroy the compound first and then go in and get the body.
Are we to believe that al-Baghdadi was wearing his suicide vest on a Sunday morning and that he had his children with him when he was expecting to be attacked? Why would he take his children with him if he was going to use a huge explosion to kill himself? And how much could Trump have possibly seen on the live video? It couldn’t have shown him al-Baghdadi “dying like a dog, whimpering and crying” since the camera would have been destroyed in the explosion too, especially in a confined underground tunnel.
5. Instant DNA test: Trying to avoid the implausible claims about DNA proof, the Deep State fed ready answers to the Washington Post about a Kurd plant within al-Baghdadi’s inner circle obtaining an original sample of DNA from al-Baghdadi’s underwear. You can’t do a DNA match without an original and proven sample taken somewhere beforehand. If you are going to fake a DNA test for a look-alike, you simple get an original sample from the look-alike and say it was the terrorists—or you just say you did a DNA test match when you didn’t.
In this case the government claims they took a copier sized portable DNA lab along with the raid. Really? That means you must have a portable battery pack and inverter to run it—all because you have planned beforehand to bury the body at sea (as in the bin Laden fake—out of some supposed “respect” for being a Muslim). This is beyond suspicious conduct and borders on a tall tale, as described by Pepe Escobar:
A crack forensic team carrying samples of the fake caliph’s DNA apparently does its job in record time. The remains of the self-exploded target – then sealed in plastic bags – confirm it: it’s Baghdadi. In the dead of night, it’s time for the commando unit to go back to Irbil, a 70-minute flight over northeast Syria and northwest Iraq. Cut to Trump’s presser. Mission accomplished. Roll credits.
Yes, folks. That’s what this was—a propaganda film to fool the president into staying in Syria. Syrian sources also told Escobar who they think was actually killed:
According to ground sources in Syria, a prevalent rumor in Idlib is that the “dead dog” in Barisha could be Abu Mohammad Salama, the leader of Haras al-Din, a minor sub-group of al-Qaeda in Syria. Haras al-Din has not issued any statement about it.
The Purpose of the False Video:
Of course the video of what Trump saw in the situation room was real enough. The big question is: Did it actually take place when and where he was told it was, and was al-Baghdadi killed, or was it someone else, as in the Osama bin Laden faked raid? It had to be since Google maps shows the compound already destroyed in prior satellite images.
Tom Rogan’s pro-Trump op-ed in the Washington Examiner echoed all the key propaganda points the Deep State wanted the public to hear, based on this Deep State creation:
ISIS will remain a serious threat following Baghdadi’s death. The group rests on a hyperventilating Salafi-Jihadist understanding of ordained purpose. Its most fervent followers will continue the fight with vigor toward vengeance. A new leader will rise and ISIS operations officers in the Middle East, and also the West, will continue plotting an expansionist campaign.
Still, this is an important victory for the United States. Trump deserves credit for authorizing this risky operation in a stronghold area home to al Qaeda and other rebel forces, and close to the Russian and Syria air forces. Note Baghdadi’s decision to hide among his al Qaeda enemies. The U.S. intelligence team working on finding Baghdadi has been pursuing that effort for over four years now. Raise a glass to them.
Again, however, it must be reemphasized that this is not the end of ISIS. A new leader will rise. Trump must double down on his decision to retain some forces in eastern Syria’s Deir ez-Zor province in order to marginalize that leader’s power. Let’s be clear that controlling Deir ez-Zor’s oil fields is not a means to American greed, but a means to ensuring the Kurdish peoples and Sunni-Arab tribes local to that area, rather than ISIS, Russia, or Iran, get prosperity and peace from their lands.
Let me recap his main points:
1. Give credit to Trump (but the Deep State knows, as in the bin Laden killing, the boost in a president’s popularity won’t last long).
2. Ignore that Baghdadi was hiding in plain sight of US backed rebels, and yet the US took 4 years to find him.
3. Emphasize that ISIS is not defeated and that a new leader will arise. Pepe Escobar wrote that “ISIS/Daesh anyway has already named a successor: Abdullah Qardash, aka Hajji Abdullah al-Afari, also Iraqi and also a former Saddam Hussein military officer.”)
4. Trump must, therefore, stay in Syria to continue this kind of combat against ISIS.
5. Trump must keep control of Syria’s oil for the benefit of the Kurds (who Trump just betrayed). Rogan put it this way:
But this positive spin on US control of the oil fields is all a lie. The US isn’t allowing the Kurds to have any of that oil. Here’s the real story from Pepe Escober in an Asia Times article:
And then, there’s the oil question. The “died as a dog” movie literally buries – at least for now – an extremely embarrassing story: the Pentagon deploying tanks to “protect” Syrian oilfields. This is as illegal, by any possible interpretation of international law, as is, for that matter, the very presence in Syria of US troops, which were never invited by the government in Damascus.
Persian Gulf traders told me that before 2011, Syria was producing 387,000 barrels of oil a day and selling 140,000 – the equivalent of 25.1% of Damascus’s income. Nowadays, the Omar, al-Shadaddi and Suwayda fields, in eastern Syria, would not be producing more than 60,000 barrels a day. Still, that’s essential for Damascus and for “the Syrian people” so admired within the Beltway – the legitimate owners of the oil.
The mostly Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) did in fact take military control of Deir ez-Zor when they were fighting ISIS/Daesh. Yet the majority of the local population is Sunni Arab. They will never tolerate any hint of a longtime Syrian Kurd domination – much less in tandem with a US occupation.
The Kurdish control of the oil has now been replaced by US troops and the oil is being smuggled out of the country, according to Russia’s defense minister, as documented by the Saker blog:
The Russian Ministry of Defense has published satellite intelligence images, showing American oil smuggling from Syria… According to the ministry, the photos confirm that “Syrian oil, both before and after the routing defeat of the Islamic State terrorists in land beyond the Euphrates river, under the reliable protection by US military servicemen, oil was actively being extracted and then the fuel trucks were massively being sent for processing outside of Syria.”
According to Konashenkov, the US-controlled company Sadcab, established under the so-called Autonomous Administration of Eastern Syria, is engaged in the export of oil, and the income of smuggling goes to the personal accounts of US PMCs [Para Military Companies] and special forces.
So much for helping the Kurds!
“For such a continuous financial flow, free from control and taxes of the American government, the leadership of the Pentagon and Langley will be ready to guard and defend oil fields in Syria from the mythical ‘hidden IS cells’ endlessly,” he said.
Igor Konashenkov: “Neither in international law, nor in American legislation itself – there is not and cannot be a single legal task for the American troops to protect and defend the hydrocarbon deposits of Syria from Syria itself and its own people,” the representative of the Defense Ministry concluded.
A day earlier, the Pentagon’s head, Mark Esper declared that the United States is studying the situation in the Deir ez-Zor region and intends to strengthen its positions there in the near future “to ensure the safety of oil fields.”
But here is an even better analysis of why the US can’t steal all of the oil, and how they must still deal with Syria. Joshua Landis says securing the oil isn’t what is happening at all—it is all about denying it to Assad.
The argument about oil was flimflam, but generals Graham and Keane just wanted Trump to walk back his policy of getting out of Syria. “While the emphasis on oil in Syria was intended to convince Trump that the U.S. military is valuable, securing the oil fields was not the purpose…”
I am sure that is true, but the US is still having to deal with Syria on oil as this oil expert Ehsani relates:
Much has been debated since President Trump tweeted that “The U.S has secured the oil” in Syria. Is this feasible? Does it make any sense? The below will explain how and why the answer is a resounding NO.
Al-Omar and Conoco fields are already secured by Kurdish-led SDF and U.S forces. Some of the oil from these fields was being sold through third parties to Syria’s government by giving it in crude form and taking back half the quantity as refined product (the government owns the refineries).
Syria’s government now has access to oil fields inside the 32km zone (established by the Turkish military incursion and subsequent withdrawal of Kurdish forces). Such fields can produce up to 100K barrels a day and will already go a long way in terms of meeting the country’s immediate demand. So the importance of accessing oil in SDF/U.S hands is not as pressing any longer.
SDF/U.S forces can of course decide to sell the oil to Iraq’s Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) but Syria’s government now has control over the border area connecting Syria to KRG territory through both Yaaroubia and Al-Mallkiya.
The Syrian government also now has control over supply of electricity. This was made possible by taking control of the Tishreen and Furat dams. Operating those fields needs electric power supply and the state is now the provider.
In Summary, Pepe Escobar had the best overall description of the Baghdadi issue:
There’s no plausible explanation whatsoever for Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, for years, enjoying the freedom of shuttling back and forth between Syria and Iraq, always evading the formidable surveillance capabilities of the US government.
Well, there’s also no plausible explanation for that famous convoy of 53 brand new, white Toyota Hi-Luxes [pickup trucks, ordered by the US government] crossing the desert from Syria to Iraq in 2014 crammed with flag-waving ISIS/Daesh jihadis on their way to capture Mosul, also evading the cornucopia of US satellites covering the Middle East 24/7.
And there’s no way to bury the 2012 US Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) leaked memo that explicitly named “the West, Gulf monarchies, and Turkey” as seeking a “Salafist principality” in Syria (opposed, significantly, by Russia, China and Iran – the key poles of Eurasia integration).
That was way before ISIS/Daesh’s irresistible ascension. The DIA memo was unmistakable: “If the situation unravels there is the possibility of establishing a declared or undeclared Salafist principality in eastern Syria (Hasaka and Der Zor), and this is exactly what the supporting powers to the opposition want, in order to isolate the Syrian regime, which is considered the strategic depth of the Shia expansion (Iraq and Iran).
True, the fake caliph has been proclaimed definitely dead at least five times, starting in December 2016. Yet the timing, now, could not be more convenient.
Right—another excuse to talk Donald Trump into keeping American troops in Syria for the coming war with Iran.