Is Barack Obama Actually Trying To Help ISIS Take Over Syria?

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Coalition For A Democratic SyriaThat headline sounds crazy, right?  It must be untrue, right?  Well, read on, because you might be absolutely shocked by what you learn.  As you will read about below, the Obama administration has used al-Qaeda fighters and other radical Islamic groups in the past to topple governments.  And without a doubt, Barack Obama is absolutely determined to oust Syrian president Bashar al-Assad.  In fact, he came dangerously close to taking us to war with Syria earlier in his presidency before backing down in the face of overwhelming public pressure.  But what Obama wants to do in Syria has not changed, and he is using the same playbook that he used in Libya and elsewhere to get it done.


Of course on the surface Obama has “declared war” on ISIS.  He says that we must defeat them in Iraq and in Syria so that the group does not spread.  But when it comes to airstrikes, the Obama administration has had an “Iraq first” policy.  This has put ISIS on a defensive posture in Iraq, but this has actually encouraged expansion of ISIS in Syria.

ISIS is just following the path of least resistance.  Is Obama trying to discourage ISIS from committing troops and resources in Iraq because he actually wants them to focus on taking down the Assad regime in Syria?  Is Obama attempting to “herd” ISIS forces toward Damascus?  Those are some very important questions.  What we do know is that the size of the territory that ISIS controls in Syria has doubled since airstrikes began last summer

ISIS has almost doubled the land it controls in Syria since the US-led coalition began airstrikes against the extremist group in the summer, a new map has revealed.

The extremist group has continued to expand its ‘caliphate’, despite more than 800 airstrikes hitting targets in ISIS-controlled areas since last summer.

The map, created by the Coalition for a Democratic Syria (CDS), shows just how much land has fallen to ISIS – which now has a third of the country under its control.

Before the summer, the militants controlled just half that.

The following is the map that was created by the Coalition for a Democratic Syria.  As you can see, ISIS is now much closer to Damascus than when U.S. airstrikes first began…

Coalition For A Democratic Syria

And it is funny how the U.S. military keeps making “mistakes” by air-dropping weapons right into the hands of ISIS.  The following is just one example of this phenomenon

An ISIS-associated YouTube account posted a new video online Tuesday entitled, “Weapons and munitions dropped by American planes and landed in the areas controlled by the Islamic State in Kobani.” The video was also posted on the Twitter account of “a3maq news,” which acts as an unofficial media arm of ISIS. The outfit has previously posted videos of ISIS fighters firing American made Howitzer cannons and seizing marijuana fields in Syria.

ISIS had broadly advertised its acquisition of a broad range of U.S.-made weapons during its rampage across Iraq. ISIS videos have showed its fighters driving U.S. tanks, MRAPs, Humvees.

We have the most sophisticated military on the entire planet and yet we drop weapons into the hands of the enemy by mistake?

Come on.

Meanwhile, Obama and many members of Congress continue to insist that we need to give lots more weapons to the “moderate rebels” in Syria.

But do these “moderate rebels” actually exist?

Ayad Jamal Al-din, a former member of the Iraqi parliament, is skeptical to say the least

The pressure on the Syrian regime, which is fighting ISIS, must be lifted. They should not try to strengthen the feeble Free Syrian Army [FSA]. There is no FSA. There is ISIS in Syria and Iraq. You cannot fight ISIS in Iraq, yet support it in Syria. There is one war and one enemy.

The U.S. should give up its hypocrisy. People are not brainless. How can it be that a State Department spokesperson talks about Iraq, and then a White House spokesman says: “We must pressure the [Syrian] regime so that it surrenders”? Surrenders to whom? To ISIS. Where is the FSA? There is no such thing. The war is one and the same.

And what the American people are not being told is that these “Free Syrian Army fighters” are continually defecting and joining forces with ISIS…

Up to 3,000 Free Syrian Army (FSA) fighters have defected from the organization and given ba’yah (religious payment; servitude) to the self-proclaimed Caliph of the Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham (ISIS), Sheikh Ibrahim Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi, in the Qalamoun Mountains of the Rif Dimashq Governorate – these fighters belonged to multiple brigades that formed the conglomeration of the FSA.

As ISIS continues to spread their presence on the border of Lebanon and Syria, many rebel groups have found this organization more appealing than their predecessors due to their success in eastern and northern Syria. The Al-Qaeda linked Al-Nusra Front (Jabhat Al-Nusra) – who fought ISIS in Deir Ezzor – has seemingly repaired relations in eastern Lebanon and western Syria. The 2 militant groups have been spotted working together during armed engagements with loyalist forces in ‘Assal Al-Ward and Rankous.

So when we train “moderate rebels” in Syria, there is a very good chance that they will use that training and the weapons that we give to them to help ISIS take over that nation.

But Obama knows all of this.

He just wants to take down Assad.

And he has used this playbook before.  In fact, the Citizens Commission on Benghazi has released an interim report that claims that Obama “changed sides in the war on terror” in 2011 by arming al-Qaeda fighters and helping them take down Moammar Gadhafi…

The Obama White House and the State Department under the management of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton “changed sides in the war on terror” in 2011 by implementing a policy of facilitating the delivery of weapons to the al-Qaida-dominated rebel militias in Libya attempting to oust Moammar Gadhafi from power, the Citizens Commission on Benghazi concluded in its interim report.

In WND interviews, several members of the commission have disclosed their finding that the mission of Christopher Stevens, prior to the fall of Gadhafi and during Stevens’ time as U.S. ambassador, was the management of a secret gun-running program operated out of the Benghazi compound.

This is what our government does.

They are not even afraid to use al-Qaeda to achieve their twisted foreign policy goals.

So is Barack Obama actually trying to help ISIS take over Syria?

The evidence is mounting that this is indeed the case, and history tells us that he has done this kind of thing before.

  • Kim

    Of course he wants Assad out. Because Assad will not allow that oil and gas pipeline to run through Syria. Follow the money. It’s all about money. So many lives lost. So tragic. If that is not evil, I don’t know what is.

    • seth datta

      ISIS Is run by mossad for banksters

      • K2

        I dont think so.

    • K2

      I was thinking the same thing…its because of the pipeline.

      So i think assad too should switch sides to the US from russia just like how this article says obama switched sides againts gaddafi. He should switch because there is one thing that is more important than money….self preservation!

      If he switches sides or if the US makes him to switch sides towards them, a) US will no longer need the ”even more dangerous in the long term” ISIS and can then bomb the cr*p outta them, instead of having to make them stronger now for them to take over syria.

      b) US can still continue their policy of leaving iran without any friends.

      c) They can get their pipeline, by spilling lesser blood.

      Russia will lose, but in the current method of assad on their side…russia is losing anyway.

  • Mart Martus

    The Bible predicts that like Iraq, Iran will be defeated militarily. We have a Sunni president of the U.S. working for the Saudi Sunnis geared up to defeat the Shiite Iran and first they need to get rid of Iran’s Shiite friends i.e. Syrian government.

  • DJohn1

    First he needs to follow the rules.
    He can declare war on anyone he wants on the planet.
    But for the United States to declare war, it must come from Congress.
    As he declared in the State of the Union speech: “I have no more campaigns to run” and that basically means he is free to do whatever he wants without having to answer to the American Public. He is what is known as a lame duck.
    As he just pointed out, a lame duck has a limited time left in office. He doesn’t have to hold back. He can do all kinds of socialist things.
    But the real question here is who does he actually answer to?

    I see where he is coming from. He is no longer in a losing popularity contest so he can propose any law he wants and the Republicans have to justify turning it down.
    He should have done that two years ago.
    The healthcare law does have some benefits for some people.
    But the majority of people hesitate to buy policies that cost a good portion of their available income.
    I just learned how dirty the law is. You have until February 15th to get on board or not only will you be fined $95 or 1% of your gross income you will be fined double that if you haven’t made the choice for the following year. That means thousands of dollars in some case. It is whatever gives the government the most out of your wallet!
    If that is the Democratic Party at work, they won’t get elected at all next term. Thank-you Mr. President for destroying the Democrat Party with your actions.

    The Republican goal has always been to repeal the law. Or at least that is what they say. I don’t believe it. Show me.

    I have a better idea. Go to a universal system of health care.
    Pay potential Doctors with wages and tuition so they come out as Doctors for a lot less money.
    Use the power of supply and demand to negotiate the cost of drugs and make it universal.
    Do away with the Federal Food and Drug administration and replace it with something a little more honest.
    What I foresee happening with ISIS is a full fledged attack on the US at the first possible opportunity. That means possibly burning cities to the ground with advanced weapons. That is where the pattern leads. Where they get these weapons from is what may cause the impeachment of a lame duck President. That is if there is anyone left in government to complain.
    There is dumb. And there is plumb dumb. Going against this country in an all out attack? That is plumb dumb.
    ISIS has been rising like a fire in a very dry forest. Maybe someone should figure out why.

  • Itiswell

    Makes you wonder why it is that our government wants Assad out. It’s clear congress wants him out as well. Could this have anything to do with being buddies with Russia?

  • SantosGarcia
  • svetlanv

    Mikey, baby, you are so over your head… I just reverse engineered you, little fraud…

  • svetlanv

    You see, baby, you left a lot of turds on them internets… understandable – you are just a kid. But you are pretending to be so much bigger, so much wiser than you really are! Or, you little fraud, this is totally against the Bible!
    You little piece of shit, spouting juvenile crap like this, pretending to be some kind of a Christian Sage – you are just a little Pup! You should know that *I know by now* who you are, Baby. You are a despicable, brain-washed adolescent, who does not know right from wrong. That’s who you are. And you spout your sh*t like its Gospel. And your brain-dead readers just lap it up.
    You want to know how I know all this, Mikey? Well, ask me. Happy to oblige!

    Next, I am going to correct your Wiki entry, to make sure it explains who you really are – an adolescent full of hormones, never laid Christian soul, who wants to take on President Obama and all he stands for. Looser!

    • chris

      It’s just so easy to insult people isn’t it when you can’t produce a coherent argument.
      Correct me if i’m wrong but it’s also loser not ‘looser’, you moron.

      Please ban this baboon Michael.

      • victorstock86 .

        Probably another paid shill…

      • Annette Smith

        Michael, this sounds like a valid threat. I would report his IP address and him.

  • barry oldwater

    Why dosent Russia get involved fighting Isis and drive them out and into Iraq then?

  • chris

    What you say makes sense Michael. We know that Saudi Arabia is funding the anti Assad ‘rebels’ in Syria. These ‘rebels’ were never much more than Islamic jihadists and mercenaries funded by Saudi Arabia and at one stage it looked like the West in its hypocrisy and stupidity was going to bomb Syria in support of these thugs. When it became clear that these thugs wouldn’t be able to take down Assad suddenly Islamic State turn up with American equipment and Saudi money (no doubt). As Saudi Arabia and the USA are in bed together i find it hard to believe that they would fight an army funded by Saudi Arabia and the British effort to strike Islamic State has apparently been pathetic up to now, what a surprise. the goal of USA/Saudi Arabia/Israel is to bring down Assad using any means and then go onto Iran. By crashing the price of oil they are hoping to limit Russian involvement to help its allies at the same time.

  • Seen2013

    Michael, there’s also the rather interesting aspect Syria’s oil refineries and pipelines are targeted by air strikes in Syria while the crude storage is left unscathed, and it seems the Syrian loyalists were winning the battles and was on the verge of retaking the territory. ISIS would evac before the strike, and Syrian loyalists walk through US courtesy ruins as a result without conducting any measurable impact on ISIS forces…

    • victorstock86 .

      Not openly disagreeing with you but do you have any links to support this?

      • Seen2013

        Zero Hedge, The Daily Sheeple, The Land Destroyer (fell behind recently though), SHTFplan, and I don’t recall the other sites that discussed it at the time.
        Just run a search, you’ll get plenty, but mainsteam’s will send you to opinions and reference them as moderates as a general rule of thumb.