Sunday, November 15, 2015

France's War on Syria - Bottom Line: France Was Funding Terrorism - France Begins Bombing Their ISIS Creation - Russia in Talks With France - Russian, Syrian and Hezbollah Special Ops Will Interrogate ISIS Mercenaries for Details - Arrest France's President Francois Hollande (State-Sponsored Terrorism) - France Sent 'Large Sums of Cash' to Fund an 'Armed Opposition' - Terrorism™ Is the Globalists' Lynchpin

France FUNDED Syrian Rebels, AKA Radical ISIS Terrorists, To Overthrow Assad

November 15, 2015 By Stuart Hooper 0 Comments

21st Century Wire says…

How many times will history have to repeat itself before something changes?

Watch a video of this report here:

France Was Openly Funding Terrorism in Syria 

Take a moment to read this short extract from The Guardian's 2012 article, entitled 'France funding Syrian rebels in new push to oust Assad', where we have highlighted the points of most concern in bold font:

"France has emerged as the most prominent backer of Syria's armed opposition and is now directly funding rebel groups around Aleppo as part of a new push to oust the embattled Assad regime.

Large sums of cash have been delivered by French government proxies across the Turkish border to rebel commanders in the past month, diplomatic sources have confirmed. The money has been used to buy weapons inside Syria and to fund armed operations against loyalist forces.

The French moves have stopped short of direct supply of weapons – a bridge that no western state has yet been willing to cross in Syria. But, according to western and Turkish officials as well as rebel leaders, the influx of money has made a difference in recent weeks as momentum on the battlefields of the north steadily shifts towards the opposition.

Some of the French cash has reached Islamist groups who were desperately short of ammunition and who had increasingly turned for help towards al-Qaida aligned jihadist groups in and around Aleppo."

Let that sink in for a moment.

Would 130 people still be alive if France didn't fund terror? (Photo Credit: Maya-Anaïs Yataghène)

Now to summarise, France sent 'large sums of cash' to fund an 'armed opposition' that was trying to overthrow the internationally recognised government of a sovereign country.

Moreover, those funds meant for a shift in momentum 'towards the opposition', 'on the battlefields of the north'; northern battlefields that ISIS now calls home to their 'caliphate'.

Finally, 'some of the French cash' reached 'Islamists' that were openly working with 'al-Qaida aligned jihadist groups'.

Bottom line: France was funding terrorism.

Despite some of the inconsistencies and issues with the official story of the most recent Paris attacks, the thesis that suggests funding the destruction of nation states leads to the growth of instability and terrorism is absolutely valid.

Instead of standing behind French President Francois Hollande, perhaps the French people should demand his immediate impeachment and arrest? Anyone with the slightest modicum of common sense can clearly see that Western support for these 'rebels' allowed for the growth of ISIS.

The growth of ISIS has, in turn, facilitated the growth of international terrorism. Did any of the terrorists responsible for the devastating attack in France ever get their hands on this French cash? Was it used to buy the explosives and weapons?

Those questions are, unfortunately, far from ridiculous, they are incredibly plausible.

How do we think France might react if Syria decided to start funding rebel groups to overthrow what it might call 'the Hollande regime'?

For more in-depth analysis on the Paris Attacks, listen to this special 5 hr omnibus episode of the Sunday Wire here:

READ MORE ON THE PARIS ATTACKS: 21st Century Wire Paris Files


Further consideration:
Ex-General Paul E. Vallely in Syria. 

Towards the end of October 2015, the USA's ex-General Paul E. Vallely, a specialist in psy-ops, visited Paris.

American Army Major General Paul E Vallely trains Saudi death squads inside Syria 

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