John McCain met with ISIS terrorists last year and told reporters that they were freedom fighters
By John Vibes
IRAQ (INTELLIHUB) — Despite the fact that Obama claimed to end the war in Iraq several years ago, battles continue to rage on throughout the country. The area is still ravaged with war, running water and electricity are still rare commodities and in many major cities the air still smells of gas and chemicals.
On a regular, almost daily basis, news reports have come from Iraq about mass killings, car bombs and other atrocities commited by the random groups of terrorists who have taken over the country. After years of lying to the American people about the conditions in Iraq, western politicians are now seeking to call attention to the region’s violence, and using that as a pretense for another invasion.
However, the circumstances surrounding this recent interest in Iraq are extremely suspicious. NATO and its comprising western governments were content with the violence that Iraq has experienced in recent years because it was their own hand picked puppet dictator on the throne.
All of that changed earlier this month though, when a terrorist group known as ISIS was reported to have stolen $425 million while in the midst of a giant killing spree. Following this incident, the current puppet regime declared a state of emergency, and began begging for military intervention.
This situation caught the eye of NATO and the US government, who are now pushing for a new invasion of Iraq. Interestingly enough though, just a year ago John McCain was seen taking photos with members of ISIS, and he was also quoted calling them freedom fighters in the media.
“It was a very moving experience to meet these fighters who have been struggling now for over two years. And they’re very aware of the battlefield situation and they’re very disturbed about the dramatic influx of Hezbollah fighters, more Iranians, and of course, stepped-up activities of Bashar Assad,” McCain told CNN reporters.
“Their message was, to be frank with you: they do not understand,” he said. “They do not understand why we won’t help them.”
McCain made this statement while the US was in support of ISIS, because they had a common enemy in the Syrian regime.