The Emerging Connections Between The Muslim Brotherhood and “Never Trump”…

Were it not for an fortuitous, albeit innocuous, picture spotted today – a connection would never have been possible.  As such please consider this outline an important addendum to The Benghazi Brief…. and bear with me as we attempt to outline something quite remarkable as it relates to the 2016 campaign against Donald Trump.

isis-brotherhood-1-kinzinger-mccain-mcmullinRepresentative Adam Kinzinger, Senator John McCain, candidate Evan McMullin

What you are about to read is specifically how the Muslim Brotherhood, and ISIS, connect to those outlined above – and how their individual behaviors within the 2016 election begin to make sense.   Perhaps, like us, you will have an ah-ha moment.

The “Never Trump” coalition has always consisted of a few noisy and indecent politicians within Washington DC.  Senator Ben Sasse, Senator Jeff Flake and Representative Adam Kinzinger the most noteworthy and vitriolic.

Whenever CNN, or for that matter any media, want a republican voice to argue against Donald Trump, in the “current days’ outrage du jour”, they call upon Kinzinger first and foremost.   He seemingly loves the spotlight as much as he enjoys promoting himself on social media.  In essence, he’s a proud #NeverTrumper.

We’ll come back to Kinzinger and McMullin in a moment.  But first we must place the second set of puzzle pieces on the table.

When we did all the exhaustive research into the Benghazi Brief three years ago, one of the pictures that continued to draw our interest was this one:


The picture above was taken during a time when Senator John McCain visited Syria, and the Western media were proclaiming there were “moderates” in the opposition to Bashir Assad.   Senator McCain proclaimed this 2012 visit to be meeting with the “Free Syrian Army”.   [Coincidentally, this was on the same trip where he met Ambassador Chris Stevens at the Benghazi courthouse in Libya for the last time].

However, at the same time McCain was trying to convince the world of moderate Syrian resistance, multiple voices within non-traditional journalism, and a large number of people doing independent research, reached the conclusion that al-qaeda and al-Nusra extremists had completely infiltrated the Syrian resistance groups, and a new militant Islamic network was forming.

"NO ISLAM WITHOUT JIHAD" - members of the Free Syrian Army. Abu Khuder and his men fight for al-Qaida. They call themselves the ghuraba'a, or "strangers", after a famous jihadi poem celebrating Osama bin Laden's time with his followers in the Afghan mountains, and they are one of a number of jihadi organisations establishing a foothold in the east of the country now that the conflict in Syria has stretched well into its second bloody year. They try to hide their presence. "Some people are worried about carrying the [black] flags," said Abu Khuder. "They fear America will come and fight us. So we fight in secret. Why give Bashar and the west a pretext?" But their existence is common knowledge in Mohassen. Even passers-by joke with the men about car bombs and IEDs.

“2012 NO ISLAM WITHOUT JIHAD” – members of the Free Syrian Army. Abu Khuder and his men fight for al-Qaida. They call themselves the ghuraba’a, or “strangers”, after a famous jihadi poem celebrating Osama bin Laden’s time with his followers in the Afghan mountains, and they are one of a number of jihadi organisations establishing a foothold in the east of the country now that the conflict in Syria has stretched well into its second bloody year.
They try to hide their presence. “Some people are worried about carrying the [black] flags,” said Abu Khuder. “They fear America will come and fight us. So we fight in secret. Why give Bashar and the west a pretext?” But their existence is common knowledge in Mohassen. Even passers-by joke with the men about car bombs and IEDs.

That network ultimately evidenced and defined itself as the Islamic State, or ISIS.

In 2013 and 2014, even though ISIS initially did not have a name, as the hardline extremists in Syria became more openly visible, eventually the western media accepted Raqqa and Aleppo had become the de-facto center of Syrian ISIS operations.  In August of 2014 President Obama finally admitted the problem and stated his administration was caught off guard and did not have a strategy to combat them.

Back To The Photograph – The importance of the McCain photograph became increasingly interesting because ISIS as an extremist force became increasingly visible.  As a direct consequence we were able to identify the ideology of the people in the picture:


There has been some skepticism as to #2 being al-Baghdadi himself, and Senator John McCain has strongly refuted this claim.  However, there is more evidence to prove it is Baghdadi than to refute it’s not Baghdadi.  Person #2 looks just like him:



In addition, one of the important bits of evidence to prove #2 is indeed Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, is actually found in #1 Abu Mosa (ISIS Press Officer).

There is absolutely no doubt that #1 is the (now dead) Islamic State Press Officer Abu Mosa.

abu-mosa-2abu mosa dead

Abu Mosa was killed in August 2014.   In 2012, during organization, Baghdadi would have a man with this level of importance to the Islamic State around him at the time this picture was taken.

However, lets look at #5 – “Mouaz Moustafa”, because he is the current person that should be of interest to everyone in the 2016 presidential discussion.  Moustafa is the connective tissue per se’.   In the photograph, he’s also Senator McCain’s intermediary:


Fast forward two intense years later and look where #5, Mouaz Moustafa shows up in 2014. And more specifically the two faces that show up with him:


Well lookie there.  During a trip to Turkey in 2014 to discuss arming Syrian rebel groups, under the auspices of fighting ISIS, you see Representative Adam Kinzinger appear.  Oh yeah, and who’s that other fellow circled in the meeting?  ….why that’s our anti-Trump candidate Evan McMullin.

Huh, fancy that.

Spotting Evan McMullin conspicuously standing there in the picture made us want to go back to the CNN file footage from the time and see if he was actually visible in the report they filed from Turkey.  Yup, he’s there alright.

Watch and spot him in the background during quite a bit of the footage:

Long before anyone heard about Evan McMullin running for President, there he is paling around with #NeverTrump Adam Kinzinger in Turkey chatting with the Muslim Brotherhood affiliates (guise SETF) who are essentially the political arm of ISIS under a differing name.

The declared purpose of the meeting was to discuss who and how to arm the entities within Syria.  However, just like in 2012/2013 these same Brotherhood voices in 2014 are simply trying to present themselves as one thing, only to gain the goal of another.  That’s ultimately the story behind the arms deals within The Benghazi Brief.  That’s the lesson that should have been learned if the truth contained within the brief were ever to have larger public interest.

Additionally, all that said – it’s connections like these that make other things, like the opposition to Donald Trump, make much more sense.


Things that help make other things make much more sense….


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472 Responses to The Emerging Connections Between The Muslim Brotherhood and “Never Trump”…

  1. billsothermistress says:

    Al Baghdadi shows the self awareness that only certain forms of Islam teach. Notice that all his awareness is not directed outward but that he keeps awareness pointed inward also. You can see in the picture with his hand that he is aware of his hand actively, not passively, also. Contrast that to the dopey look of McCain where there is no active inner awareness at all.

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  2. The Devilbat says:

    Sundance, you are brilliant with a capital B. Talk about hitting the nail on the head!

    Liked by 19 people

  3. wolfmoon1776 says:

    It’s simply time to stop calling it the “New World Order”. It’s the exact opposite.


    Liked by 9 people

    • kenneth altwies says:

      It’s order out of chaos. The Hegelian dialect. They create the problem answer and solution.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Jimmy Jack says:

      fwiw , chaos is also considered to be Satanic in nature.

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      • Dave Rose says:

        No surprise there.

        D&C 132:8 Behold, mine house is a house of order, saith the Lord God, and not a house of confusion.

        3 Nephi 11:29 For verily, verily I say unto you, he that hath the spirit of contention is not of me, but is of the devil, who is the father of contention, and he stirreth up the hearts of men to contend with anger, one with another.

        2 Nephi 2:11 For it must needs be, that there is an opposition in all things. If not so, my firstborn in the wilderness, righteousness could not be brought to pass, neither wickedness, neither holiness nor misery, neither good nor bad. Wherefore, all things must needs be a compound in one; wherefore, if it should be one body it must needs remain as dead, having no life neither death, nor corruption nor incorruption, happiness nor misery, neither sense nor insensibility.


  4. chojun says:

    Check out this very interesting “Rule or Ruin” piece about Neoconservatives.

    Neocons are a very, very, very, profoundly dangerous wing of conservatism and absolutely must be purged. Their flight into the Democrat party is a very good thing.

    By the way, the CIA and probably the DoD is full of neocons that Trump will have to legally purge. I hate political purging but these people are going to get into Trump’s way.

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      I think a lot of them are going to hang up their neocon hoods. I certainly did. My wife is constantly remarking about my change in attitude toward the Bushes – and that is, in fact, a very good metric of what Americans think about the neocon view of the world. Almost everybody is TIRED of it. And even those who still have strength to burden it, now feel it as a burden. The call of the Trump decency and honesty will become a siren song.

      It was not an overnight process, certainly, but I think that America’s obvious “Bush fatigue” is, in some ways, a very healthy reflection of the loss of stature of neocon thinking among most conservatives. The key point is to realize – just as Russians were able to separate Russian patriotism from communism – so Americans can separate THEIR patriotism from the fallacies of neocon thinking.

      Trump is really good at deprogramming the zombies. I think he can do it quite a bit. But I do think there will be holdouts, and those people WILL get in Trump’s way. However, the sabotage will be obvious. Trump will demand a very honest administration. Liars are not going to fare well. Easy way to spot the neocons.

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      • Arrange for a press release of all of the engineers and demolition experts to deconstruct 9/11. Talk about who benefited from 9/11. Talk about insurance policies taken out right before 9/11. Better hurry, though; we are down to 2 days of potential internet freedom.

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        • skyborn78 says:

          I’d like to see Donald use the exective order to stop these traitors. A good cartoon would have Donald with a huge club with “executive oreder” written on it, pounding the crap out of all the Rhino’s and Neo’s that try and oppose him. If Bush, Clinton etc can use the EO’s then let Donald give them a few.


      • It’s the neo-con elites who are the danger. They are a vanguard deeply embedded in corporations, media and journalism, national security and foreign policy bureaucracies and in academia and think tanks. The neo con fellow travelers in the public at large are easily dealt with. The neo con elites are dedicated idealogues who are fanatically attached to globalism and manipulative power politics.

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    • Batman says:

      Great article by Caroline Glick at the Jerusalem Post about the neo-cons: ‘Twilight of American Jewry’

      “The Republican establishment, for its part, remained staunchly loyal to Bush’s policies. Both John McCain and Mitt Romney supported them to varying degrees during their presidential bids.

      That support was not shared by Republican voters, however. Over Obama’s eight years in office, the Republican base and as well as lawmakers became increasing hostile to the democratic interventionism championed by the Bush administration and disaffected with the war in Iraq.

      Seemingly unaware of the shift, the same Jewish Republican policy-makers and writers most identified in the public mind with Bush’s failures went into the 2016 race assuming that as was the case in 2008 and 2012, the party would choose a candidate that largely supported their views.

      Two prominent Republican candidates, Sen. Marco Rubio and Gov. Jeb Bush, met that expectation.

      But contrary to their expectations, Rubio and Bush were flops. The voters rejected them. The two candidates that secured significant support – Sen. Ted Cruz and Donald Trump, were outspoken opponents of Bush’s policies.”

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    • Eskie Mom says:

      I thought that neocons were liberals or democrats; Trotskyites, who changed to ”conservatives”/ republicans, but I’ve forgotten why they supposedly did it.

      If that was indeed the case, it may be one explanation why there are no longer two, opposing parties/ ideologies- but one uniparty.

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      • The original neo cons from the 60s and 70s were Jewish intellectuals who came from mostly Russian and East European, working class families, who rose from the tenements of New York City. Their cultural background was the socialist and Zionist tradition of their East European roots. They were fiercely anti Stalinist in the 30s and 40s. Their natural political home became the Democratic Party, which they hoped would move towards European social democracy. However, their experiences battling with the Stalinist Left in the 30s and 40s raised their awareness against the totalitarian tendencies of the New Left in the 60s, who were moving to control the Democratic party. The original neo cons retained a hatred for the Soviet Union and many began to completely distrust the New Lefts pacifist foreign policy. They also resisted the Lefts social engineering, which threatened Jewish family life and cultural mores. Some even moved towards a limited appreciation of free market economics. These tendencies eventually brought them to the Republican party, espicially under Reagan. However, they always retained a complete hatred for nationalism. They feared an American Christian identity and populism. I believe this is part of their Jewish and East European socialist cultural heritage, which holds that the Jews will suffer under nationalistic populism. Hence their total embrace of globalism and an internationalist ideology which sees America stricly in terms of an idea of equality and democracy that is the end of history that must be spread globally. .


    • Risin'Tide says:

      So given Sundance’s post and this article, it seems the neocons have infiltrated islamic extremists – or is it the other way around? Who can tell what that end-game is other than NWO? This just highlights – or backlights – the neocons in a decidedly disturbing light…


      • Jimmy Jack says:

        Everyone here should watch Jihad: The Grand Deception if they have haven’t already. The MB has infiltrated our government at the highest ranks and they are using our legal system against us as we speak. My suspicion is the neocons think they can contain and control them but they are wrong.

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    • dayallaxeded says:

      EXTREME LANGUAGE WARNING–but it’s all in fun and should apply to all who get in Mr. Trump’s way:


    • Buffalolips says:

      Traditional US conservatives believes in small government, limited government programs and individual responsibility.

      Neo-conservatism is a completely different thing, and has very little to do with traditional conservatism. The main focus was US foreign policy, specifically in the mideast, and the belief that the US had to use force to protect US interests (specifically Israel) and had to reshape Mideast regimes in a form which is more closely allied to US values. Following 9/11, this resulted in the invasion and occupation of Afghanistan and Iraq. The intellectual underpinnings for American neo-conservatism has been supplied by an alliance of Jewish and Christian Zionists.

      For the most part, the neo-conservative movement has replaced the traditional conservative movement in the US. Leading neo-conservatives are former VP Dick Cheney, Karl Rove and Sarah Palin. Those traditional conservatives who remain feel alienated by the movement, and gravitate more to the libertarian movement led by Ron Paul.


      • LEET says:

        Buffalolips: Rove and Cheney are for sure neocons. I don’t see that with Sarah Palin. She has at times been naive in her association with neocons but I see her as more of a traditional conservative i.e. limited government and personal responsibility.


  5. kimosaabe says:


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  6. NC Patriot says:

    We just have to hope we don’t get into an out and out war with Russia before the election.

    Liked by 5 people

    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      We just have to stand up against it, fearlessly. I love the way that one general stood up to the psycho ISIS-lover McCain – THAT was awesome. McCain said the general’s sound reasoning on not starting a war with Russia was “embarrassing”. Well, I think having a good-times sit-down with ISIS is a little more embarrassing, McStain. Hey, McStain….. YOU LIE.

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      Kerry’s comments about cutting Russia off yesterday should be a red flag to everyone.


  7. DEGinTN says:

    This article shakes me to the core……the evil is ingrained so deeply.

    Liked by 4 people

  8. coeurdaleneman says:

    I’m not sure about the value or trustworthiness of this site, but it contains another connection. Take it for what it’s worth:

    “U.S. Alliance with FSA and ISIL in Six Photographs

    The following six photographs confirm that a favorite “moderate rebel” leader, Abdel Jabbar al-Okaidi, is allied with ISIL.

    The first photograph is from Spring 2013 and shows Okaidi with the American who has been the principal coordinator of US policy on Syria. The last two photographs are from a meeting days ago when Congressmen Adam Kinzinger (Rep Illinois) and George Holding (Rep. North Carolina) met with Okaidi and other “moderate rebels” in Turkey.”

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      Seems reasonable. They’re not really overstating the evidence at all. This conforms to what a lot of journalists (honest ones) tried to tell us early in the conflict – that there was not much difference between the various anti-government factions, and that weapons flowed easily between them. If you send arms to anybody but ISIS, you are really just sending them to ISIS, because they WILL get there.

      It’s now very clear why they didn’t bomb the oil. ISIS pumped it, used the cash to buy weapons, and thus the weapons fell into the hands of the most effective force against Assad. No problems with that for Team McStain. Meanwhile, the UniParty got their dividends from the cheap oil.

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  9. sDee says:

    I know Trump knows the acts of our politicians are not of stupidity nor incompetence.

    Liked by 4 people

  10. distracted2 says:

    I have to admit that that Trump’s dislike of McCain and his statement about him not being a hero was perplexing to me. I accepted it because I was confident that he knew something I didn’t. Now we know why.

    Now I wonder about the other things he knows that he’s been keeping close to the vest. This election has been eye-opening.

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    • BabyBoomer says:

      Our distaste for McCain goes back a half century. He is nicknamed Songbird for a damn good reason. He is a traitor. He has been an obstructionist to ALL families of Vietnam vets and those KIA. To this day, the information which should be obviously easy to give these grieving families are sealed due to the maniacal efforts of the Songbird. There are videoed testimonials up the wahzoo on YouTube in the event you are interested. Simply google Songbird McCain and you can listen and watch for hour upon hour. Probably you, too, will be left with a bitter taste in your mouth every time you lay eyes on this non-hero. I will never forget this diabolical traitor.

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    • Boudica says:

      To start with McCain called people that had attended the Trump rally…I believe in Vegas…a bunch of dummies. This was one of the first rally’s, if not the first, Trump did. McCain never did apologize for that btw. Anyway it ticked Trump off that he said that so Trump called him a dummies because McCain didn’t do very well in school, then Luntz pressed Trump while he was talking to someone else and Trump said McCain was no hero then back tracked on that, said well he was a hero but he (Trump) liked heroes that were not captured better. Meaning McCain did nothing to become a hero. That was something attributed to him as a result of being captured. It was not as if he ran into fire like so many of our guys do to save someone else etc…McCain was shot down, captured, survived that ordeal and thus a hero. Compare that to the Benghazi guys…..the definition of hero gets a little skewed.

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    • stobberdobber says:

      “distracted2 says:
      September 29, 2016 at 1:32 am
      I have to admit that that Trump’s dislike of McCain and his statement about him not being a hero was perplexing to me. I accepted it because I was confident that he knew something I didn’t.”

      You didn’t know about McCain being a POW and (allegedly) giving ifno to the enemy and his family putting pressure (money) on the government to get him released? Lots of suspicious stuff going on to get him released. Kinda like the Jane Fonda stuff. The P:OW’S that were left behind say they were severely punished after he got his “miraculous” release.

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      • distracted2 says:

        I did know about all of that but I was still curious because not many have dared to publicly criticize McCain. However, now it seems that perhaps Trump was privy to this new information, possibly shared with him though one of his many contacts.

        I guess what I’m trying to say is that it’s starting to make more sense to me.

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        • BabyBoomer says:

          Who McCain truly is has been known by us baby-boomers since ‘back in the day.’ We were more than well aware of those long ago congressional hearings and the testimony of McCain and Kerry. The bile in our throats from these testimonies has never diminished.

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    • vincentjappi says:

      “… An audio recording has surfaced proving that U.S. Senator John McCain collaborated with the North Vietnamese by recording a “Tokyo Rose”-style propaganda message that was broadcast on North Vietnamese radio in 1969.

      “For many years, American former P.O.W.s who were in the “Hanoi Hilton” North Vietnamese prison with John McCain called him a “Songbird” who collaborated with the enemy against his own country.
      “They accused him of turning against them and against his own country in exchange for preferential treatment while many of the actually brave and honorable American P.O.W.s endured torture and denial of medical care and food for refusing to collaborate.
      “The P.O.W.s branded McCain a traitor who was no hero, but nonetheless used his fake hero status to rise to political power.

      “But we only had their word against his – until now. Now, from the U.S. National Archives comes the proof of their allegations; McCain, by his own words, WAS in fact a traitor who collaborated with the enemy by recording a “Tokyo Rose” statement condemning his own nation by admitting “crimes” against the North Vietnamese people, stating

      ‘I, as a U.S. airman, am guilty of crimes against the Vietnamese country and people.’

      “McCain’s recorded statement also painted a picture of humane treatment of prisoners even though he knew many of his fellow Americans were being tortured and denied medical care and adequate food.
      “In the recording he is heard to say

      ‘I received this kind treatment and food even though I came here as an aggressor and the people who I injured have much difficulty in their living standards. I wish to express my deep gratitude for my kind treatment and I will never forget this kindness extended to me.’

      “Watch this, and listen to the recording yourself:…”

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      • BabyBoomer says:

        Correct. TRUMP knew what he was talking about regarding McCain. TRUMP
        was also correct.


        • Jimmy Jack says:

          Alex Jones has hinted/said outright Trump has been a listener for over ten years. He has been on his show which is in itself unusual and this gives some credence to Jones’ claim.

          Jones has long been on the McCain/MB trail – maybe Trump is much more well versed on this kind of information than we can possibly imagine which is why Hillary has been so desperate to have him labeled a “Conspiracy theories” from the “Darkest reaches of the internet” – an internet they are now ceding control of to foreigners.

          Want to read through all of this more but I have to get to work. ugh….

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      • mdaush says:

        His record as a pilot is less than stellar. Lost two planes while not in combat. MY understanding is that would disqualify anyone else from flying again but his Dad, the Admiral interceded.

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        • Victor W. Abbott says:

          He lost 3 planes before he was shot down twice and Navy Rules are if you loose 2 planes the only thing that you fly after that is a DESK!!!


  11. anthonydog says:

    Al Baghdadi and Al Bakr were Iraqi Ba’athists. Al Bakr was a Ba’athists Colonel in Intel in Saddam’s army and created ISIS and their structure based upon the structure of the Soviets “Red Terror” to build the Islamic State using the fervor of the radical Islamists with Saddam’s Ba’athists instructing.

    The same Ba’athist group lifted Obama politically from their nest in Chicago–AlSammarie, Nadhmi Auchi and his henchman Rezko….other Ba’athists, the Jafar’s of Crescent have now received a 35 year lease to Port Canaveral, Florida.

    Keep in mind Ben Sasse work for Speaker Dennis Hastert and the intern orogram.
    Hastert was deeply connected to Turkey.


    EXCLUSIVE: Obama/Clinton Secret Operation Handed Port Canaveral To Brother/Business Partner Of Saddam Hussein’s Nuclear Bomb Mastermind; Submarine And Space Bases In Grave Danger – The American Report

    Iraqi Baathists connected to Saddam created Islamic State, they seek WMDs:

    “A nuclear device is the ultimate force multiplier for radical terror groups”. – Farhad Rezaei – Middle East Policy Council

    The personal notebook of Baathist and former Iraqi Army Colonel Haji Bakr reveals the architecture of the Islamic State intelligence apparatus. Bakr modeled Islamic State after Saddam’s intelligence network. Bakr, a former officer in Saddam’s feared intelligence service, “set up a special unit for procuring and fabricating WMD” and “had some WMD expertise.”

    Saddam’s former Baathist network of military and intelligence officers has splintered. Many former top Iraqi commanders have assumed leadership positions within Islamic State. Others sided with Baghdad’s struggling Shiite government, according to a Reuters report.

    An AP report published in Israel paints a more dire picture. The report credits a wave of stunning Islamic State military victories in Iraq and Syria to Saddam’s former secular Baathist military commanders. Those officers are professionally trained and capable of organizing brigades of jihadists and operating sophisticated military hardware left behind by U.S. forces.

    “They have been put in charge of intelligence-gathering, spying on the Iraqi forces as well as maintaining and upgrading weapons and trying to develop a chemical weapons program” reports the AP.

    The Soufan Group published a 66 page intelligence report in 2014, authored by former officers from the CIA, MI6 and NCIS. The Soufan report reveals that ISIS and ex-Baathists “continue to see sufficient coincidence of interest to overcome any ideological disagreement.”

    Former Saddam-regime Baathist Haji Bakr (Samir Abd Mouhammad al-Khleifawi) is the architect of Islamic State’s intelligence network organizational framework, according to Der Spiegel.

    ISIS organizational
    Haji Bakr’s Islamic State organizational framework (translated and rendered by Der Spiegel)
    HaSamir Abd Muhammad al-Khlifawi, a.k.a. Colonel Bakr a.k.a. Haji Bakr, a former Baathist colonel in an elite intelligence unite for Saddam Hussein’s regime, was the mastermind behind the ISIS organizational architecture . Bakr was reportedly involved in weapons development for Saddam’s military and had some WMD expertise.

    Baathist and former Iraqi Army Colonel Haji Bakr served under Saddam Hussein before he became the architect of the Islamic State intelligence network.
    Bakr was a Baathist and Saddam Regime Loyalist (SRL) who served as an colonel in the Iraqi army and as an operative in Saddam’s intelligence service. Like many of his Baathist colleagues, Bakr transferred his professional military skill set from Saddam’s Army to Islamic State. Bakr is an example of one of Saddam’s former loyalists and military officers who became a top Islamic State commander.

    Like many of Saddam’s former top commanders, Bakr served time as a prisoner in Abu Ghraib and Camp Bucca. He was eventually released by U.S. forces.

    Bakr allegedly designed the Islamic State spy network modeled on Saddam’s feared Baathist intelligence apparatus. The Islamic State intelligence network is designed to instill terror among targeted populations by merging a Stasi-style neighbor-spying-on-neighbor techniques with Sharia-law enforcement. This model originated with the Soviet “Red Terror” technique of the Bolshevik Revolution. Islamic State, like the Soviets and Saddam Baathists, applies blackmail, mass killing, and torture to subjugate entire towns and regions.

    Bakr, who was reportedly killed in 2014, “set up a special unit for procuring and fabricating WMD…and had some WMD expertise” according to the Middle East Policy Council.
    Saddam Hussein and Osama bin Laden used some of the same money-laundering bankers, according to UPI.

    A detailed analysis of Saddam Hussein’s secret money-laundering techniques shows here for the first time how he used the same offshore money launderers as Osama bin Laden. That covert money network, based in the tax havens of Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Panama and Nassau, helped bankroll the war machines of both Iraq and al-Qaida. – Saddam’s secret money-laundering trail – Lucy Komisar – UPI – June 2, 2004

    Charts and images at link. Some images are from Der Speigel. Charts have embedded link.

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  12. Sandra-VA says:

    To understand what is going on, everyone must watch “The Grand Deception” – OANN, Newsmax and AWE often air this documentary. Once you have seen this, many things will fall further into place.

    Muslim Brotherhood is the enemy. Every overthrow during the last 7 yrs was to replace leaders with MB. MB is and has been active in the USA for a great many years. The documentary above will outline what they have been up to and accomplished….

    Muslim World League is at top of the “tree”, Muslim Brotherhood is their “club”… and it ALL started in and is controlled/funded by Saudi Arabia.
    CAIR/ISNA/MSA =Muslim Brotherhood
    AQ/Taliban/ISIS are all the same.
    Hezbollah/HAMAS = supported by Muslim Brotherhood/CAIR

    P.S. Someone is posting disinformation re: Israel – I am sure most here have spotted the posts in question 😉

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    • singtune says:

      Not ALL Deception “Sandra~Va”~~ nor Anti- Jew~!


    • Jimmy Jack says:

      I suggested the Grand Deception above as well – again, please watch it if you haven’t. I literally keep it saved on my DVR so I can show it to any willing watchers if they stop in.

      Sandra – your FYI breakdown is helpful to people. We need good graphics of this to share.

      And P.S. – YES.


  13. Badjack says:

    Is George Will involved in this stuff?


  14. Coldeadhands says:

    John McCain’s involvement in the 1967 fire aboard USS Forrestal is legendary. There are still active efforts to discredit accounts of the conflagration that indict McCain. With some due diligence, hopefully, the story will get out. One account follows:

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  15. Marc says:

    Paul Ryan and Ben Sasse were both connected to the now defunct Congressional Page Program. We all know the scandal that involoved and Sasse and Ryan were the ones that vetted/groomed the boys for the perverts like Hastert.

    They have so much to hide.


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  17. True Colors says:

    The level of foreign Muslim infiltration into the United States government is truly stunning. It runs far deeper and wider than most people could ever imagine.

    Saudi government has vast network of PR, lobby firms in U.S.

    By Catherine Ho
    April 20, 2016

    The Saudi government and its affiliates have spent millions of dollars on U.S. law, lobby and public relations firms to raise the country’s visibility in the United States and before the United Nations at a crucial time.

    And some of Washington’s premier law and lobby firms — including Podesta Group, BGR Government Affairs, DLA Piper and Pillsbury Winthrop — have been tasked with the job, according to a review of Justice Department filings. Five lobby and PR firms were hired in 2015 alone, signaling a stepped-up focus on ties with Washington.

    The firms have been coordinating meetings between Saudi officials and business leaders and U.S. media, and promoting foreign investment in the Saudi economy. Some have even been tasked with coming up with content for the embassy’s official Twitter and YouTube accounts.

    The Saudi government, embassy and government-owned entities have been contracting with U.S. consulting firms for more than 30 years. The work ranges from years-long agreements for legislative advice to one-time PR outreach efforts during “VIP visits” of Saudi leaders to Washington and New York.

    (click the link above to read the rest of the article)

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  18. Keln says:

    I suppose the unknown in all of this is whether or not McCain and the rest are fools or traitors. I honestly don’t know which.

    The capability of deception among Arabs is legendary and goes back centuries. It is a part of their culture to lie to your face. And people like Kinzinger and McCain don’t strike me as particularly astute. In fact they very much do strike me as being typical American bureaucrats who are stupidly used by people smarter than them routinely.

    So that’s the real question then isn’t it? Are they actually smart but evil and knowingly associated with murderous jihadists in an effort to bring about some hidden outcome? Or are they ridiculous fools that got played?


    • singtune says:

      Keln~~~McCain sure is NOT being played~~& I doubt very much after knowing about a LOT of these so called Congress Critters for years, that many of these Main Players are just Fools. {One old Lady’s Opinion ~~after 20 years of research.}

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    • McCain is no fool…he’s a traitor in hero clothing. The man is a disgrace and no one can say anything about it. Well, if the press decided to go after him, things might change..he has everyone brain washed into thinking he is some kind of hero. He has never been a hero..he cracked under torture and was a traitor against his country.

      My question is, why do we (meaning our government/country) want to be taken over by Muslims? Why are working with the terrorists both inside and outside of the country? I don’t get that part…yes , there is always money to be made, but how is more money available from terrorists than legitimate governments. I don’t understand this.


  19. DEPLORABLE Jeff says:

    The disconnect for too many Americans is the WHY ? Why is Syria important …Why arm either side ?

    THAT can only be answered …or should I say …THE ANSWER TO THAT QUESTION can only be accepted by people who understand Obama and Hillary are not on our side !!

    The destruction of America by any and all means . Including the formation of the powerful Muslim Brotherhood CALIPHATE to destroy western culture , economics and most notably …CHRISTIANITY.

    The west must fall before the NEW WORLD ORDER can be completed ! Jihad is useful to the global communist to meet that end .

    Hitler aligned with Persia ( Aryan for Persia is IRAN ) in their shared hatred of the Jew !! The globalists including the Bush wing NEOCONS have aligned to deliver their global rule by elites with the Obama/ Hillary Alinskites mafia government . AND their shared disdain for Christianity !!


    • meme says:

      saudi arabia wants a natural gas pipeline to pass through Syria so that it can be sold to Europe. Russia currently supplies Europe with natural gas .and its economy depends on this. The globalist can knock out Russia with this punch

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  20. Michael Hennessy says:

    The only connectivity I see amongst never trumpers is varying degrees of inflated self importance.

    The constant trolling for photo ops and sound bites resulted in these most intelligient of men (just ask them) becoming dupes (dopes!) for sociopathic serial killers!

    Even within the Potemkin on the Potomac Society of Professional Narcissists there is a pecking order. The Donald hasn’t applied for membership in this society of fools nor has he joined the back of their line waiting for his turn!

    The NERVE!

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  21. Zilla says:

    Reblogged this on Femininican and commented:

    No wonder #NeverTrump is so offended by Donald Trump’s common sense regarding muslims. Please click through and read the whole thing.


  22. LULU says:

    From an Evan McMullin bio piece at The Hill back in August:

    McMullin, who says he speaks “beginners Arabic,” spent more than a decade in the CIA’s elite National Clandestine Service, which took him to Syria, Jordan and Iraq, among other places.

    “Managed clandestine operations related to counterterrorism, counterinsurgency, energy, political stability, and counterintelligence, while serving mostly in hostile environments,” his LinkedIn biography says.

    McMullin is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, a nonpartisan think tank, and earlier this year gave a TedX talk at the London School of Business about genocide with a focus on Syrian President Bashar Assad’s atrocities.

    McMullin launched his career as a United Nations volunteer in Jordan, where he helped displaced refugees, which seems to be one of his primary interests.

    On social media, McMullin is a fierce advocate for Middle Eastern refugees.

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    • Ziiggii says:

      Lulu – you and I are on the same wave length…. I just posted about him below.

      Something stinks and it ain’t fish

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    • zephyrbreeze says:

      So isn’t Madura committing a worse genocide now in Venezuela if you look at the millions who are starving, compared to Assad at the beginning of the war and our justification for arming “rebels”??


    • Thomas Berwick says:

      The second paragraph should read:

      “Managed clandestine operations related to terrorism, insurgency, political instability, and ignorance, while serving mostly in hostile environments,”

      Egg McMuffin was an undercover CIA operative in the Middle East / North Africa (MENA). This abbreviation is not to be confused with Mena, Arkansas where Bill and Hillary ran a “drugs for guns” operation in the 1980s.


  23. maga2016 says:

    I’m sure the guy in the first photo with McCain isnt Abu Mosa. I have an eye for faces. Al baghdadi is harder to identify because the quality is bad and another angle

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  24. Ziiggii says:

    I did not know much about Evan McMullin so I decided to do a little background on him:

    He’s Mormon – BYU grad (2001) & Wharton School (2011) – makes me think the only reason he is running for POTUS is to take votes away from Trump. I have to believe this is the person that Romney has decided to back to head the #NeverTrump coalition. It is reported that McMullin is backed by the organization Better for America. BfA is supported by John Kingston, III, former New Jersey Governor Christine Todd Whitman, Lawrence Lessig and Randy Barnett.

    He was a CIA op (NCS) in the Middle East/N Africa and SE Asia (undercover) using a job as a Volunteer Refugee Resettlement Officer for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees as cover.

    He worked at Goldman Sachs (possibly where he first made contact with Romney?)

    He then ended up, amazingly, with a job as senior adviser on national security issues for the House Committee on Foreign Affairs – which must be how he ended up with Kinzinger over at these “talks” in Turkey.

    Now some questions I have:
    Could it at all be possible that McMullin had not actually stopped his clandestine work with the CIA when he was in Turkey?
    What was the CIA’s role as laid out in the The Benghazi Brief in Libya at the time of the Consulate attack?
    Could McMullin have been one of the CIA contacts to the “rebel” forces in Syria?

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    • Ziiggii says:

      From the Brief:

      We know Operation Zero Footprint was the covert transfer of weapons from the U.S to the Libyan “rebels”.

      We know of a Second Presidential Finding Memo authorizing additional CIA covert action in 2012, this time in Syria.

      Final snip:

      We know on September 5th 2012 – A Libyan flagged ship called Al Entisar (“The Victory”) docks in the Turkish port of Iskenderun. It is carrying 400 tons of cargo including many weapons such as rocket-propelled grenades (RPGs) and shoulder-launched surface-to-air missiles (MANPADS) destined for Syrian rebels 35 miles away from Iskenderun.

      It seems to me that Candidate McMullin needs to be asked a few questions re: his involvement with this 2012 unnamed “covert” operation in Syria. We know McMullin was in the ME as a CIA op until 2011 and that he has great interest in Syrian President Bashar Assad. He then returns to Syria in 2014 with Kinzinger to “negotiate” a coalition to fight Assad and ISIS with what can only be assumed are transferred US weapons from Libya to Syria.

      I say again…. something stinks!

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    • Thomas Berwick says:

      Egg McMuffin was also a congressional aide to Rep. Ed Royce (R-Mich). In late May of 2013, Eggy made deals with Mouaz Moustafa, a Muslim Brotherhood operative, who hates America almost as much as he hates Israel.

      Egg McMuffin has an extremely dysfunctional family. His mother is now married to a woman. Thus, Eggy is quite “vague” about his position regarding same sex marriage.

      Egg McMuffin is prone to calling Donald Trump a racist. Eggy apparently has forgotten that his Mormon organization BANNED BLACKS from 1849 until 1978. The Mormons fought the 1964 Civil Rights Act for FOURTEEN years.


  25. lahthoughts says:

    Following the last Syrian truce, the US Defense Department effectively rebelled against the president’s authority when it said it may or we may not comply with the ceasefire, says former MI6 agent officier Alastair Crooke.

    The United States does not have a UN or Congressional mandate for intervening in the Syria war. The US military have rebelled against their own government, they are nothing but a stateless armed mercenaries.

    Out of idle curiosity, “Who is controlling these forces?” “Who are those fighting illegally on Syrian territory under the US flag?”


    • dayallaxeded says:

      If U.S. servicemen, especially SpecOps guys, are acting in rebellion against POTUS, I’ll back the SpecOps guys. If it were a different POTUS, maybe not, but under current circumstances, really, every governmental employee should be refusing the pretender in chief’s illegal orders.


  26. seventhndr says:

    Not near as important as the main point of the article, but I’d like to point out that #3, Mr. Songbird The War Hero, is wearing a Syrian flag on his lapel, and no US flag at all.

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  27. Kristin says:

    A great piece of investigative journalism! Well done Sundance!

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  28. zephyrbreeze says:

    Can you imagine these ISIS atrocities happening during a Republican administration? Code Pink would have their bloomers in a twist.

    Didn’t McCain graduate last in his Naval Academy class? McCain is a cockroach politician – so bad that he drives good people out, and he remains to stink up things again. These people are a curse on America.

    And the most absurd thing is that Romney thought people would vote for a CIA operative for president? Who trusts the CIA?

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  31. Rosey says:

    Looking for some back up on Twitter please to this lying McMull-whatever his name is supporter. I responded to this:
    I tweeted back “lies, damn lies” and I’m sure the hate will start soon. Would appreciate others calling out their bs, thx!


  32. JohnPaulJohnes says:

    Excellent reporting. WikiLeaks hinting at bigger things this year(yes, they are promoting themselves also), I wonder if more like this and more is purposely held back until after the inauguration. There still is a real threat to Trump from within the US government.

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  33. Justice Warrior says:

    May 2018, and still relevant


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