rcade - that wasn't fair of me - I know you are more nuanced than I'm giving you credit for. I blame it on kitten fever activating my stupid.
ISIS is a CIA construct for all you know.
#35 | POSTED BY REDLIGHTROBOT
Obviously you dont. Which undermines everything else you've said about these stories being faked. As GOAT points out, these militant leaders killed will simply be replaced. B. Hussein knows this, so why make up a story that one nameless ISIS leader has been killed? Where's the benefit in touting such a "fake" narrative for B. Hussein? OBL fake assassination makes some sense considering we know who he is and what he, according to you, supposedly did. But this ISIS leader? Where's the benefit of faking this one?
#39 | Posted by rstybeach11 at 2015-05-16 02:51 PM
Extremely perceptive - we don't have an accurate accounting of what is ISIS. The online presence might be an intelligence branch - I generally have to include that as a possibility. They are allegedly a coalition of Arab nationals - I again have to wonder at not only their access to "money for oil" and thus weapons.
Their video production are different from the Iraq beheading videos, for instance. It would appear that they have "nothing" in common other than alleged content, repeating the spectacle of murder.
They like to pose in formation - they appear to be highly trained. Similar to the very accurate ------ that lobbed grenades at the Benghazi embassy.
I hear they get their money from oil revenue. That seems preposterous without direct aid from their oil industry.
It would appear that ISIS is basically a Blackwater funded by a British Petroleum.
Allegedly, due to a "potentially devastating maneuver" I hear there is upward mobility recently. This could prove incentivizing.
I'm slowly downloading some more information. This might prove my point or it could emphasize my paranoia of expansive corporate warfare.