By Ralph T. Niemeyer
Since the islamophob US thinktank “Ayn Rand” launched the campaign to support refugees from Northern Africa and Syria in their efforts to find a trail to the EU and in particular to Germany, hundreds of thousands have reached continental Europe while more than 3,000 people died since the beginning of the year in the waters of the mediterranean sea.
Refugees who reached Hungary, Austria and Germany were shown on various TV-channels claiming they paid between 4,000 and 11,000 € for their passage which despite the high price was nevertheless still extremely risky and uncomfortable. Speculation is spreading on who these refugees enabled to pay such exorbitant amounts of money and on top of that equipped them with state of the art smartphones. It seems unlikely that such coordinated appearing move of millions of wealthy refugees is orchestrated without the backing of secret services.
According to German n-TV, a subsidiary of CNN, the terror organisation known as “Islamic State” (IS) is now threatening to send another half a million refugees towards Europe if military interventions against the IS-regime are being carried out by EU member states. Head of the terrorist organisation in Lybia is Hassan al-Karami who after Muammar al-Gaddafy’s assasination took over oil wells and by this the power in the region of Sirtes, n-TV reports. He is one of the masterminds behind the refugee – crisis.
In Syria, it is also clear who is behind the exodus: the IS, backed by al-Qaida structures in Iraq. According to a Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Pentagon document that was released by a US court at the request by judicial watch, a human rights group in the United States of America, secret services from the US have played an active role in financing, training and instructing oppositional groups in Syria in order to topple President Assad. These pro-American groups and al-Qaida structures from Iraq jointly took control of oil business in Northern Iraq and formed the so called “Islamic State in Iraq and Syria” (ISIS), today known as “Islamic State” (IS).
Prove that NATO-Partner Turkey is letting pass heavy materials such as metal and barrels to be used for petrol bombs has been published by the english edition of a major Turkish news paper, Bugün, citing CCTV and other recordings of border crossings from Turkey into Syria. The headline reads “explosives and materials for ISIL caught on camera exiting Turkey for Syria”.
Meanwhile, the Greek coast guard seized a vessel full of weapons from Turkey en route to Libya. Turkey, as NATO partner, is thereby equally brutal in it’s military support for anti-democratic movements and terrorists as another US-ally: Saudi Arabia.
It would not be the first time in the history of the United States of America that a proxy war ended in fighting against one’s own foes.
The side-effect of this dual strategy is, however, a potential destabilisation of the EU and Germany, especially, whoever might have an interest in this.