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01 December, 2015

Former head of US special forces: Bush’s war in Iraq created ISIS

One former general strongly believes George W. Bush’s invasion of Iraq was the catalyst that created ISIS.

Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, who was head of special forces in Iraq and Afghanistan, and who recently served as the former director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, said the Bush administration’s reckless march into Iraq created the power vacuum that allowed ISIS to take over in the region.

When 9/11 occurred, all the emotions took over, and our response was, ‘Where did those bastards come from? Let’s go kill them. Let’s go get them,'” Flynn said in an interview with Der Spiegel. “As brutal as Saddam Hussein was, it was a mistake to just eliminate him. The same is true for Muammar Gaddafi and for Libya, which is now a failed state.

Flynn is right — ISIS is not just carrying out acts of genocide terror in Iraq and Syria, but has spread to Libya, where ISIS soldiers recently beheaded over 2 dozen Christians. ISIS also has widespread influence throughout the Middle East and North Africa, and even in majority-Muslim nations in the Pacific, ...


The new barbarians made their first spectacular appearance on the morning of Tuesday, September 11, 2001. This was what the elites needed to open Pandora's box with the war in Iraq.

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