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THERE’S AN EASY ANSWER TO THIS ONE

By Pete Moore On October 8th, 2015

The US treasury department has asked Toyota for help in understanding why Isil has so many of their vehicles

Duh.

It’s because a Toyota pickup is the best and toughest motor you can get. When you need to drive across scrub and desert, mount a light machine gun and stash all those black flags in the back, you get a Toyota pickup.

Doesn’t anyone in the Treasury Department drive?

50 Responses to “THERE’S AN EASY ANSWER TO THIS ONE”

  1. I propose that we send them some Volkswagen diesels

  2. To be filed under “Maybe there is a god?”

    “Four Russian cruise missiles fired at Syria from the Caspian Sea landed in Iran, unnamed US officials say. It was unclear whether the missiles caused any damage, they said. On Wednesday, Russia said it had launched 26 cruise missiles at targets in north and north-west Syria. It has reiterated comments made at the time that all reached their targets.”

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-34479873

  3. Well said Seimi. I’m proud of our wee Ulster tonight and let’s hope the Republic join us. That would mean all of the home nations except Scotland are going to France next year. Excellent business for France!

  4. I suspect that the jeeps were stolen and then sold to ISIS.

  5. From Peter’s link:

    Four Russian cruise missiles fired at Syria from the Caspian Sea landed in Iran, unnamed US officials say.

    The US officials provided no details of where the missiles might have landed.

    Russia said it had fired 26 missiles at 11 targets in north and north-west Syria – about 1,500km (930 miles) away. On Thursday, it reiterated that all the rockets hit their targets.

    Now somebody’s lying – so which one do you believe, and why?

    And as to why Russia is using cruise missiles…..

    QUESTION: Why would Russia use expensive cruise missiles when there is no way any legitimate ISIS could take preventive action against much cheaper airstrikes?

    ANSWER: Because America can warn CIA assets of approaching aircraft and tell them to take cover or leave the area.

    according to Jim Stone. Surely that can’t be true?

  6. Hey Allan

    Those Dick Cheney George Soros Yiddish Banksters sure are wicked!

    Thank you for pointing this out to us at all times!

  7. Why would Russia launch cruise missiles from the Caspian sea, 800 miles away, when it could do the same from the Medi, a stones throw away?
    Maybe to demonstrate to ‘interested parties’ that Russia can do it?
    Or maybe to test their latest military hardware under field conditions.

  8. Bernard –

    Maybe.

    Or maybe NATO has better radar cover over west and central Syria.

  9. …yes, then again maybe Russia was wary of NATO jamming their guidance systems?

    Firing from the Caspian sea is the extreme limit that these missiles can fly, so I would think that a couple may well have fallen short, which is no big deal as most of the journey is over desert anyway, and for the Russians it was an interesting tactical ‘experiment’.
    The fact that 24 of them made it to the target is a good hit-rate, and will give ISIS’s CIA operatives a nasty fright.

  10. Russia is desperate to save the barrel bomb boy, he’s always been their man. If their missiles hasten the end of this bloody stalemate they will have done the Syrians a service, even if barrel bomb boy survives in a partitioned state. But Isis can only be eradicated by boots on the ground, and they won’t be Russian boots.

  11. Phantom, on October 9th, 2015 at 2:56 AM Said:
    Those Dick Cheney George Soros Yiddish Banksters sure are wicked!

    Phatmon – yes, they are. Do I have to ‘prove’ it, or is evidence in support of my claims sufficient on a blogsite?

    I strongly suspect that certain parties who decide corporate military policy fund and drive the insurrection in Syria, as in Libya, backed by the corporate military as necessary. The fact that ‘IS’ appeared from nowhere, is heavily equipped and has supplies from Turkey, and has a turnover of over $2 billion in drugs, extortion, organ trading etc leads me to believe that the Soros gang funds this group. But there is somebody who knows these things as facts. Here he is – as of 1.38:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VbZDyr2LkdI

  12. Allan, the wording on the backdrop behind Putin & Co, am I reading that right?

    “The World Order, New rules or no rules”

    WTF?

  13. Peter – you claim that President Assad (a qualified ophthalmologist who practised in London) is a “butcher-boy” and now, a “barrel-bomb boy”. Can you provide any evidence which pre-dates the US-financed ‘uprising’ in support of your assertion?

    As for ‘boots on the ground’, there are already boots on the ground. The Syrian Army now has the kind of support that IS (a tax-exempt corporation) was getting from US-military Inc.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3003919/Are-ISIS-earning-2billion-year-New-study-terror-group-s-income-suggests-previous-estimates-far-low.html

    ISIS believed to make $250 million more each year than previously thought
    Income generated from oil sales, organ harvesting, extortion and ransoms
    Militants also believed to make $1billion a year from drug sales – with half the heroin in Europe now thought to have come via ISIS

    So, heroin is derived from NATO-protected fields in Afghanistan and is transported on to Europe by NATO-protected ISIS. Just how does such a corporation come into existence and who gains?

  14. The shocking news of ISIS trade in human organs was first revealed in a report by al-Monitor news website in December, citing an Iraqi ear, nose and throat doctor named Siruwan al-Mosuli.
    He told the site that ISIS commanders hired foreign doctors to run an extensive organ trafficking system from a hospital in Mosul that is already beginning to generate huge profits.

    Foreign doctors, huge profits – and Israel is not far away, and they have the ideology to do exactly as described.

    Harri – yes, that’s how it reads. Putin is NWO-aware. Check this leaflet that the Russians are dropping on Syria – naming Israel directly as the supporter of ISIS:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3261603/Don-t-make-worse-Helicopters-drop-leaflets-ISIS-rebel-fighters-warning-ahead-huge-Russian-backed-ground-offensive.html

  15. And there was me thinking the ‘New World Order’ was a conspiracy theory 😉

  16. I would have thought that the Russians would have learnt something from 20 years in Afghanistan.

  17. Harri – no, it’s all one big cohencidence. Just ask any of the credulous on ATW.

  18. Allan

    What is the point of your question? Assad is a war criminal who has slaughtered tens of thousands of his own people. And as you are well aware “US-financed uprising” is an allegation, not a proven fact.

    “NATO-protected ISIS” LOL. So why is the US bombing what you will no doubt allege are its paid mercenaries?

    The Putin link was interesting. Some reasonable points, but I laughed when he accused the US of imperialism, just as if he hadn’t annexed Crimea and supported secessionists in Ukraine and bullied the Baltic States, all within the past two years.

  19. All these thousands of sorties, missile launches, bombing runs, fleets of warships .. what is the matter with these people, have they never heard of Global Warming 😉

  20. Peter – there is a war going on in Syria, and it’s funded by outsiders who have a template paid down each time that a country is selected for regime change. As was shown a day ago, the accusations of ‘gas attacks’ by the Syrian Army on civilians are certainly unfounded. Additionally, as we now see, there were no serious US attacks on ISIS but there are real and damaging attacks happening now on ISIS which is a money-making enterprise. No wonder that the clique which controls the US and elsewhere is angry: their main investment in the middle east is being demolished.

    So, prior to the ‘uprising’ in Syria, what evidence do you have that president Assad was a “butcher-boy”?

  21. So, prior to the ‘uprising’ in Syria, what evidence do you have that president Assad was a “butcher-boy”?

    It’s an irrelevant question. He is a war criminal now ten times over and your assertion that he has not used chemnical weapons is laughable. Not even Putin has made that claim.

  22. “In mid-September 2013, the UN investigation team reported that it had confirmed the use of sarin in the Ghouta attack.[17] The Mission “collected clear and convincing evidence that surface-to-surface rockets containing the nerve agent sarin were used in the Ein Tarma, Moadamiyah and Zalmalka in the Ghouta area of Damascus.”[29] In 2014, a report of the UN Human Rights Council found that “significant quantities of sarin were used in a well-planned indiscriminate attack targeting civilian-inhabited areas, causing mass casualties. The evidence available concerning the nature, quality and quantity of the agents used on 21 August indicated that the perpetrators likely had access to the chemical weapons stockpile of the Syrian military, as well as the expertise and equipment necessary to manipulate safely large amount of chemical agents.”[30] It also stated that the chemical agents used in the Khan al-Assal chemical attack “bore the same unique hallmarks” as those used in Al-Ghouta attack.”

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghouta_chemical_attack

  23. Peter –

    It absolutely isn’t an irrelevent question.

    Assad has been the president of Syria since 2000. There were no refugees fleeing until the West and its Gulf allies fomented violent opposition and war thirteen years after he assumed office.

  24. Pete Moore

    Assad is guilty of war crimes, end of. He may have been a peace-loving (London-trained opthamologist) benevolent dictator when there was no opposition but as soon as the demonstrations started he responded with brute force. That triggered the armed Sunni uprising which he has countered with barrel bombs and nerve gas. In my view he’s not far from Pol Pot in the butchery stakes.

  25. until the West and its Gulf allies fomented violent opposition

    translates
    ” The Syrians are unthinking automatons under the control of George Soros and the CIA “

  26. Peter –

    If (say) London and Washington were threatened by “uprisings”, comprising many foreign militia/terrorists who were armed and funded by foreign powers intent on overthrowing them and installing puppet regimes, do you think that London and Washington would respond with great force too?

    And still there were no Syrian refugees until outsiders threatened Assad.

    Phantom –

    Are you suggesting that Syrians have been sitting on huge arsenals all these years?

  27. Peter – the question is relevant. Since the US-driven ‘uprising’, all sorts of lies and falsehoods have been put around by the US and Israel in an effort to delegitimise Assad and provide an acceptable casus belli for the dupes in the west who get their thoughts from the media. The ‘gas attacks’ were one example:

    http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article36028.htm

    Let’s try sum up what we do know:

    On the 21 August from a suburb of Damascus, Douma (or Duma) then under ‘rebel’ control, two missiles were fired at another ‘rebel’ controlled suburb of Damascus called East Ghouta, killing an unknown number of people, including children. It is assumed now that some kind of nerve gas or at least poison gas was used. The New York Times have documented this here, although they’ve moved some of the locations on the map. In this regard how does the NYT reconcile their take on the source of the missiles with the Mossad version, which makes them artillery shells fired from the mountains in the South ( see the Mossad version below, such as it is). This is confirmed by Pepe Escobar’s report of Russian satellite evidence.

    Within hours, or even minutes, videos of the alleged effects of the attack were circulating on the Web and without a pause for a breath (let alone any evidence), led by the UK and followed closely by France, they were blaming the Assad government for the attack and pressing for an immediate attack on Syria, with or without authorisation from the UN Security Council.

  28. the US-driven ‘uprising’

    Pro-Assad propaganda. It was the Arab Spring, remember? Its most prominent victim was the US puppet Mubarak in Egypt. Was that also a “US-driven uprising”?

  29. Pete

    The region is in disarray.

    Some of those arsenals were seized from the Syrian or Iraqi military or given to ISIS by turncoats.

    And this isn’t the first uprising in Syria either. Wonder how Hamas got its name?

  30. The spin doctors are spinning the narrative as best they can.

  31. Phantom –

    If you’re suggesting that Hamas is named after Hama (I don’t know, it might be the case), then that was a foreign uprising too.

    Look, ISIS did not instigate the war. They took advatage of the chaos. Syrians are not heavily armed. Dictatorial regimes never allow the masses to be armed. They don’t remain regimes for long otherwise. Yet somehow (pre-ISIS) Syria is suddenly awash with small arms and RPGs and militias and terrorists – just like in Libya.

    This did not just happen, ordinary Syrians did not suddenly take against a man they had not fled from previously and they did not suddenly unpack masses of arms that they never had all along.

    It was clearly and obviously orchestrated all along from abroad.

  32. So the Syrians had a minimal role in any of the events in Syria.

    Well, alrighty then.

  33. ordinary Syrians did not suddenly take against a man they had not fled from previously

    They did when his goons started shooting down peaceful demonstrators in the streets. In Assad’s mindset, any demonstrator was de-facto a traitor.

    Of course the arms came from outside the country. But Assad started the war, no sane observer disputes that.

  34. Looking around the Web it is possible see a gradual shift away from the absurd propaganda that emanates from Washington, and inch by inch the real troublemakers are being identified.
    US generals & CIA chiefs are coming out of retirement (they’ve nothing to lose now) and putting the blame on Saudi Arabia and Israel for covertly supporting ISIL for their own political and strategic aims.

    Personally, I’d forget about Saudi, they’re all “f*cking imbeciles” (Lavrov) who have lost nearly 50% of their overseas’ sovereign wealth funds due to them crashing the price of oil.
    That just leaves Israel with its squid-like tentacles wrapped around the White House, while the rest of the malignant body squats in Tel Aviv.

  35. Bernard

    Which ex generals and CIA guys have said that Israel supports ISIS and what is the documentation

    Please, no Alex Jones or tin hat blogs

  36. Phantom
    Both those two guys I mentioned were on that “propaganda bullhorn” website this evening.
    They were on RT’s ‘rolling news’ section, so I can’t link to it, but I’ll try when it becomes a fixed news item.

    After Alex Jones appeared on the BBC’s Newsnight a couple of years ago he’s not taken seriously here in the UK. It was awful.

  37. The funny thing is that Alex Jones is a seriously intelligent guy. And he may at times say some things that need saying. But he does lie a lot, he never saw a conspiracy theory that he didn’t believe in ( or initiate ) and his ” foam at the mouth ” style puts a cap on his appeal.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZlkAjKk_4f8

  38. the absurd propaganda that emanates from Washington

    Whereas Putin speaks the unvarnished truth, as always.

  39. Whereas Putin speaks the unvarnished truth, as always.

    Putin will discuss matters without a teleprompter, as always.

    The funny thing is that Alex Jones is a seriously intelligent guy.

    Jones is a judas goat whose role is to discredit and mangle the truth by having him say it in the ludicrous way that he does.

    I’m still waiting for any evidence of Assad being a “butcher-boy” prior to the US-financed ‘uprising’ in Syria.

  40. Hitler and Pol Pot didn’t use teleprompters either.

  41. Putin will discuss matters without a teleprompter, as always.

    So this means that he speaks the unvarnished truth?

  42. If Obama goes shirtless riding a horsey, will you guys love him then?

  43. I’m still waiting for any evidence of Assad being a “butcher-boy” prior to the US-financed ‘uprising’ in Syria.

    As before, irrelevant. You are a natural propagandist Allan. You ignore the war crimes in the past four years because your guy was a ****ing saint before that. And you continue to propagate the lie of “the US financed uprising”. No doubt you really mean the Joos were behind it, as they are behind all the wicked things that happen? Did they cause the Black Death by any chance? I’m sure that you can link to a loony website which “proves” that they did.

  44. Phantom – I’ve not had the pleasure of seeing a Pol Pot speech, but this is an orator in action, and He did speak the truth, especially at 1.42:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-7c9tB77YdU

    As for Putin, the ‘new Hitler’ is far more truthful, serious and credible than any of the placemen that the ‘democracies’ have to offer. None of them put their own people first in their own countries whereas Putin is clearly a patriot. Putin is a superior leader.

  45. The very definition of the useful fool:

    As for Putin, the ‘new Hitler’ is far more truthful, serious and credible than any of the placemen that the ‘democracies’ have to offer.

  46. As before, irrelevant. You are a natural propagandist Allan. You ignore the war crimes in the past four years because your guy was a ****ing saint before that.

    Peter – I’ve merely asked you to provide any evidence that supports your assertion for Assad being a “butcher-boy” prior to the US-financed ‘uprising’. If Assad really were a murderous dictator then his record would pre-date the attempted ‘regime change’ pencilled in for Syria. The fact that Assad has the temerity to resist his own demise does not make him a war criminal.

    And as for using the term ‘proves’, I wrote this recently:

    Allan@Aberdeen, on October 8th, 2015 at 7:15 PM Said:
    Phantom – you’ll notice that I asked Peter to provide evidence in support of his assertion. You, on the other hand, demand that I ‘prove’ my assertion that the US, or whatever entity runs the corporate military, finances the Syrian ‘uprising’. Like me, Peter sits at a PC somewhere in the UK and, like me, Peter is in no position to prove anything other than that around him. I’m not stupid enough to demand that he prove anything outside of his own field of perception but it is reasonable of me to ask that he provide evidence in support of any claim or assertion which he doesn’t support in any post.

    The reason why you have written such an emotional outburst at 11.24pm is simply that you are unable to answer the original question about President Assad – it’s very upsetting for you.

  47. Here is my present to Allan for the night

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pVDKp4IxHeI

    You are all expected to say a prayer for the NY Mets to succeed in their playoff game tonight vs the wicked Los Angeles Dodgers.

  48. Those Toyota trucks are probably extra tough because they were built in Canada

  49. The reason why you have written such an emotional outburst at 11.24pm is simply that you are unable to answer the original question about President Assad – it’s very upsetting for you.

    Allan

    I’m not upset or emotional in the least, and I stand by the logic of my comments 100%. I suggest that you re-read.

  50. Allan

    I’m not upset or emotional in the least, and I stand by the logic of my comments 100%. I suggest that you re-read.

    OK

    So, prior to the ‘uprising’ in Syria, what evidence do you have that President Assad was a “butcher-boy”?

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