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US-Supported ISIS Uses Young Children As Suicide Bombers

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 BigRed    150

CIA operatives teach ISIS recruits the fine art of committing atrocities, including beheadings, use of chemical and other banned weapons, along with an array of other lawless terror tactics.

According to a Combating Terrorism Center at West Point report, ISIS “is mobilizing children and youths at an increasing and unprecedented rate (to become) martyrs,” – failing to explain full US responsibility, not wanting to blow Washington’s cover.

The monster it created and supports operates with foreign funding, arming, training and direction.

Young children are brainwashed to become suicide bombers, throwing their lives away for nothing, too young to understand the folly of their actions.


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 puddle    7

The US has had a long history of supporting, training, and funding the worst of the worst to commit vicious terrorist actions against innocents around the globe.

Listen to what this top CIA official has to say about US policy.



part II


by John Stockwell

John Stockwell is the highest-ranking CIA official ever to leave the agency and go public. He ran a CIA intelligence-gathering post in Vietnam, was the task-force commander of the CIA's secret war in Angola in 1975 and 1976, and was awarded the Medal of Merit before he resigned.


If you want one example of hard proof of the CIA's involvement in this, and their approach to it, dig up `The Sabotage Manual', that they were circulating throughout Nicaragua, a comic-book type of a paper, with visual explanations of what you can do to bring a society to a halt, how you can gum up typewriters, what you can pour in a gas tank to burn up engines, what you can stuff in a sewage to stop up the sewage so it won't work, things you can do to make a society simply cease to function.

Systematically, the contras have been assassinating religious workers, teachers, health workers, elected officials, government administrators. You remember the assassination manual? that surfaced in 1984. It caused such a stir that President Reagan had to address it himself in the presidential debates with Walter Mondale. They use terror. This is a technique that they're using to traumatize the society so that it can't function.

I don't mean to abuse you with verbal violence, but you have to understand what your government and its agents are doing. They go into villages, they haul out families. With the children forced to watch they castrate the father, they peel the skin off his face, they put a grenade in his mouth and pull the pin. With the children forced to watch they gang-rape the mother, and slash her breasts off. And sometimes for variety, they make the parents watch while they do these things to the children.

This is nobody's propaganda. There have been over 100,000 American witnesses for peace who have gone down there and they have filmed and photographed and witnessed these atrocities immediately after they've happened, and documented 13,000 people killed this way, mostly women and children. These are the activities done by these contras. The contras are the people president Reagan calls `freedom fighters'. He says they're the moral equivalent of our founding fathers. And the whole world gasps at this confession of his family traditions.


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 puddle    7

Just a cursory look at real history, Big Red, puts to rest the notion that the US has ever been a force for good, a savior of the oppressed. Not that it couldn't actually become what it pretends to be, but the good people of the USA have to hold their governments to account.

PolPot and the Khmer Rouge, made famous or infamous in the movie, The Killing Fields, are to most people, the epitome of evil. The US was instrumental in bringing them to power with their saturation bombing of Cambodia.


Bombs Over Cambodia


It has a map which illustrates the terror the US inflicted upon the cities, towns and villages, and the poor people of Cambodia. This, in and of itself, stands as a monumental series of war crimes. Nixon related to Henry Kissinger how he wanted the bombing to proceed: "Everything that flies on everything that moves".

But that's not the worst of it. Following the ouster of PolPot and the Khmer Rouge from Cambodia, the US supported and financed them in refugee camps in Thailand. US Aid workers were dismayed by the orders they received to divert aid from true refugees to PolPot and the Khmer Rouge.


On the Side of Pol Pot: U.S. Supports Khmer Rouge

by Jack Colhoun


The U.S. government's secret partnership with the Khmer Rouge grew out of the U.S. defeat in the Vietnam War. After the fall of Saigon in 1975, the U.S.-worried by the shift in the Southeast Asian balance of power-turned once again to geopolitical confrontation. It quickly formalized an anti-Vietnamese, anti-Soviet strategic alliance with China-an alliance whose disastrous effects have been most evident in Cambodia. For the U.S., playing the "China card" has meant sustaining the Khmer Rouge as a geopolitical counterweight capable of destabilizing the Hun Sen government in Cambodia and its Vietnamese allies.

When Vietnam intervened in Cambodia and drove the Pol Potists from power in January 1972, Washington took immediate steps to preserve the Khmer Rouge as a guerrilla movement. International relief agencies were pressured by the U.S. to provide humanitarian assistance to the Khmer Rouge guerrillas who fled into Thailand. For more than a decade, the Khmer Rouge have used the refugee camps they occupy as military bases to wage a contra-war in Cambodia. According to Linda Mason and Roger Brown, who studied the relief operations in Thailand for Cambodian refugees:

...relief organizations supplied the Khmer Rouge resistance movement with food and medicines.... In the Fall of 1979 the Khmer Rouge were the most desperate of all the refugees who came to the Thai-Kampuchean border. Throughout l900, however, their health rapidly improved, and relief organizations began questioning the legitimacy of feeding them. The Khmer Rouge. . . having regained strength...had begun actively fighting the Vietnamese. The relief organizations considered supporting the Khmer Rouge inconsistent with their humanitarian goals.... Yet Thailand, the country that hosted the relief operation, and the U.S. government, which funded the bulk of the relief operations, insisted that the Khmer Rouge be fed.




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