David Duke: As this Associated Press article picked up by the Times of Israel (but few other outlets) shows, Syria and Iraq have been subjected to a foreign invasion. Foreigners make up the vast majority of the CIA-estimated 20,000-30,000 ISIS army, thus it is clear that the only reason that ISIS has been able to seize territory from the secular government of Syrian President Assad is foreign jihadists streaming across the borders from Zio allies Jordan and Turkey. Meanwhile, the U.S. and its “coalition” are pouring money and weapons into other anti-government forces, which are effectively aligned with ISIS.
And who benefits? The Israeli Ambassador to the UN stated that his country wants to see the Syrian civil war continue, and of course bogging down Iran’s allies in Syria, Iraq, and Hezbollah with a war against foreign fanatics gives Israel a free hand as it prepares to get the next U.S. president to bomb Iran back to the stone age.