- Dear Mr. President: Why is U.S. ‘Humanitarian Aid’ Going Straight to ISIS?
by 21st Century Wire
The US State Department, led by the fumbling John Kerry, and flippant Jen Psaki and the even more flippant CIA sorority operative, Marie Harf, all seem to be Stuck on Stupid when it comes to Syria.
The tired old lie – that U.S. foreign assistance is spread around the world in the name of ‘peace and good will’, has finally been delivered the knock-out blow it needed to be put out of its banal misery this week…
A truly glorious effort by “The Do Gooders” and NGO syndicates of Washington DC and Europe, making sure Jihadi lunatic murders of ISIS warm blankets and hot dinners at night.
According to this latest revelation out of Syria (see full article below), “Not only are foodstuffs, medical supplies – even clinics – going to ISIS, the distribution networks are paying ISIS ‘taxes’ and putting ISIS people on their payrolls.”
As lobbyists in Washington cry out for more “humanitarian aid” for a conflict started and sustained by the US and its allies, isn’t reassuring to know that both the CIA front organisation, USAID, and vaccine moguls WHO – are right in middle of this Syrian debacle.
From President Barack Hussein Obama to ISIS, as the old saying goes, “A friend in need is a friend indeed”. Obama’s grand declaration this past summer, to “degrade and defeat ISIS” sounds ridiculous when you consider how well ISIS are doing off the backs of US taxpayers. ISIS have not only been co-opting US and foreign aid agencies, but they’ve even set up a “Humanitarian Co-ordination Office.”
For those of us who have actually been following the Syrian saga since 2011, none of this comes as any real surprise.
The Daily Beast
GAZIANTEP, Turkey—While U.S. warplanes strike at the militants of the so-called Islamic State in both Syria and Iraq, truckloads of U.S. and Western aid has been flowing into territory controlled by the jihadists, assisting them to build their terror-inspiring “caliphate.”
The aid—mainly food and medical equipment—is meant for Syrians displaced from their hometowns, and for hungry civilians. It is funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), European donors, and the United Nations. Whether it continues is now the subject of anguished debate among officials in Washington and European. The fear is that stopping aid would hurt innocent civilians and would be used for propaganda purposes by the militants, who would likely blame the West for added hardship.