‘Everything the West has done was to create ISIS’ – John Pilger on RT News

Legendary British Journalist, John Pilger, telling us how The West (US, Britain, etc) created ISIS.  Supposedly we’re fighting against ISIS…but…?   This is appearing on RT News, and therefore serves Russia’s point of view.  The civil war in Syria is due to the global face-off between The West (US, Britain etc) and Russia.  Russia is taking the side of Syria’s government, while The West wants to topple Syria’s government.

According to Pilger, everything The West has done was to create the Mujahadeen in Afghanistan, then with the illegal invasion of Iraq in 2003 The West created a power vacuum within which ISIS was created.

He describes Israel as a lawless state being protected by The West.  And that so much money has been made off arms sales for weapons used to inflict pain and suffering upon the people of the Middle East.

That the arms merchants are making megabucks of revenue off fighting the enemies they created.

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There is, according to Pilger, a long history of The West using fanatical Muslim groups to subvert Middle East politics for the purpose of Western business moguls.  He describes Syria as the last remaining power that could stand against this effect, and now the final destruction of Syria is underway.

RT’s description:

Award winning journalist and author, John Pilger talks to us about how Washington, London and Paris gave birth to ISIS-Daesh. Plus we examine the media’s role in spreading disinformation ahead of a vote in Parliament for UK bombing of Syria. Afshin looks at the Autumn Statement and why in a time of high alert we are cutting the police force and buying drones. Also we look at which companies are benefitting from the budget. Plus Afshin is joined once again by former MP and broadcaster, Lembit Opik, to look at the weeks news from a cyber sinking feeling over Trident to budget boosts for the BBC.


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David Herron is a writer and software engineer living in Silicon Valley. He primarily writes about electric vehicles, clean energy systems, climate change, peak oil and related issues. When not writing he indulges in software projects and is sometimes employed as a software engineer. David has written for sites like PlugInCars and TorqueNews, and worked for companies like Sun Microsystems and Yahoo.

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