NATO's terrorist wing (ISIS) retreats to Libya

There is overwhelming evidence that Daesh (Islamic State, ISIS, ISIL etc.) is a NATO/Israeli asset, created to conduct regime change in Syria; that ISIS could flourish in the face of a supposedly concerted NATO campaign to destroy it speaks volumes. It is only since Russian intervention in Syria, applying "adult supervision" that ISIS has suffered any real losses.

As a result of Russian action in Syria, the focus shifts to Libya. James and Joanne Moriarty have been working in Libya and give direct updates from the tribes people; Daily Pickings posted the Moriarty's story of what really happened in Libya in 2012. Since Russia's attacks on ISIS late last year, the NATO sponsored "terrorist group" has retreated and is now regrouping in its country of origin, Libya.

Western media AWOL as 'Islamic State' regroups in Libya: Interview with James & Joanne Moriarty by Niall Bradley
The nightmare is not over for Libya. In fact, it may only have just begun. Sirte, Muammar Gadaffi's birthplace and the last major city to fall to the 'rebels' in 2011, is once again occupied by terrorists. In recent communication with the leadership of Libya's Tribes' Council, US contacts James and Joanne Moriarty were told that the leadership of ISIS (Islamic State), Boko Harim ('ISIS in Nigeria'), Ansar al-Sharia ('ISIS in Libya'), and possibly others, all gathered in Sirte, Libya, for meetings that took place around the 9th and 10th of December 2015.

There are reports of US special forces being sent to Libya to team up with "friendly" terrorists but when landing near Tripoli they found their "friends" had been displaced by hostile forces; a shoot out was avoided and the special forces were allowed to leave unmolested.

Another Fine Mess: NATO’s 'Laurel & Hardy Act' In Libya Not Getting Laughs by Finian Cunningham
A farcical insight into the NATO-induced chaotic nature of Libya is afforded by a report on how a unit of 20 American special forces were flown into an airport in the town of Al Watiya near Tripoli last month. The US troops were expecting a “warm reception” from the militia thought to be in control of the airport because it had received American training and weapons back in 2012. It turned out the US-trained Libyan battalion were no longer the local top dog. They had been displaced by another rival militia, which wasn’t friendly to the Americans.
A shoot-out was apparently avoided, but a tense standoff ensued before the US commandos were finally allowed safe passage from the airfield.

George Orwell wrote in his book, 1984, of the necessity for perpetual war which serves multiple agendas, not least keeping domestic populations in a constant state of fear - the ultimate weapon of control. Understand what's going on and fear gives way to anger - are you angry enough yet to withdraw consent to be manipulated by the Structural Elite?

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