Dear friends, according to the US secret service, DIA, the Obama administration has known as early as August 2012 that Al Qaeda /AQI, IS, ISIS) and other extremists were heading the Syrian rebellion. As a result, the “possibility that a Salafist principality in Eastern Syria“ would be established increased. In fact, that’s exactly what the West and its allies wanted in the Gulf region in order to cut off the Syrian regime from the Shiite Iraq and Iran. “Consequently, ISIS could declare an „Islamic State“ through its union with other terrorist organizations in Iraq and Syria.”

Boom! This detailed and merciless secret report of the Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA) was published following a US court order from a week ago. Also, this exact report had previously been submitted to the National Security Council, the chairman of which is called Barack Obama. He regularly gets informed about secret service insights.

The contents of the said secret document is prone to leave readers speechless. It reveals a Nobel Peace Prize Laureate to actually be an instigator of terror and shows how the West sides with international terrorists. Both of them have been deliberately promoting international terrorism – particularly ISIS! That’s the bitter reality.

The document is a sensation and a political scandal – let’s call it a “terrorist Watergate”. Obama and the West knew early on who was really fighting in Syria and how much of a terrorist threat their politics created for the world. While they were telling the world the usual lies of them fending for freedom, democracy and human rights, they were actually actively (and purposefully) supporting terrorist organizations.

Not only did they not care at all about a possible Salafist terror state in Eastern Syria; they actually wanted it. Additionally, they deliberately accepted that ISIS would be able to establish an Islamic terror state including parts of Iraq. The DIA report was very clear on this point.

That’s why the USA aren’t currently planning to entirely eliminate the „Islamic State“. Even if they knew how. They still need ISIS, as Iran would otherwise grow too strong. Hence, they are fighting halfheartedly.

Let’s bet that the Western politicians and main stream media will do everything to downplay or hide these perversions of official, Western anti-terror politics? The DIA analysis stands for an adventurous and, unfortunately, criminal strategy. Obama and the West – uncovered to be promoters of terror by the US secret services. That’s hard to digest.

Yours, JT



Events are taking a clear sectarian direction.

The Salafist, the Muslim Brotherhood and AQI are the major forces driving the insurgency in Syria.

The West, the Gulf States, and Turkey support the opposition; while Russua, China, and Iran support the regime.

AQI supported the Syrian opposition from the beginning [!], both ideologically and through the media. And it conducted a number of [military] operations in several Syrian cities under the name of Jaish Al Nusra [sic].


The regime will survive and continue having control over Syrian territory.

The current events will develop into a proxy war: with support from Russia, China and Iran, the regime is controlling [its] areas of influence along coastal territories (Tartus and Latakia), and is defending Homs.

On the other hand, opposition forces are trying to control the Eastern areas (Hasaka and Deir ez-Zor), adjacent to the Western Iraqi provinces (Mosul and Anbar), in addition to neighboring Turkish borders. Western countries, the Gulf States and Turkey are supporting these efforts.


If the situation unravels there is the possibility of ESTABLISHING A DECLARED OR UNDECLARED SALAFIST PRINCIPALITY IN EASTERN SYRIA, AND THIS IS EXACTLY WHAT THE SUPPORTING POWERS OF THE OPPOSITION WANT. They want to isolate the Syrian regime, which is considered the strategic depth of the Shia expansion (in Iraq and Iran).

This creates the ideal atmosphere for „Al Qaeda in Iraq“ (AQI) to return to its old pockets in Mosul and Ramadi, and will provide a renewed momentum under the presumption of unifying the Jihad among Sunni Iraq and Syria, and the rest of the Sunnis in the Arab world against the “dissenters” – that it considers the enemy. ISIS could also declare an Islamic State through its union with other terrorist organizations in Iraq and Syria…

The renewing facilitation of terrorist elements from all over the Arab world entering into the Iraqi arena.”
[The following text is still being kept secret]

HERE’S THE ORIGINAL DOCUMENT:…/Pg.-291-Pgs.-287-293-JW-v-DunO…


“Another DIA report, written in August 2012 (the same time period the U.S. was monitoring weapons flows from Libya to Syria), said that the opposition in Syria was driven by al Qaeda and other extremist Muslim groups: “the Salafist, the Muslim Brotherhood, and AQI are the major forces driving the insurgency in Syria.” The growing sectarian direction of the war was predicted to have dire consequences for Iraq, which included the “grave danger” of the rise of ISIS:

The deterioration of the situation has dire consequences on the Iraqi situation and are as follows:

This creates the ideal atmosphere for AQI [al Qaeda Iraq] to return to its old pockets in Mosul and Ramadi, and will provide a renewed momentum under the presumption of unifying the jihad among Sunni Iraq and Syria, and the rest of the Sunnis in the Arab world against what it considers one enemy, the dissenters. ISI could also declare an Islamic state through its union with other terrorist organizations in Iraq and Syria, which will create grave danger in regards to unifying Iraq and the protection of its territory.

Some of the “dire consequences” are blacked out but the DIA presciently warned one such consequence would be the “renewing facilitation of terrorist elements from all over the Arab world entering into Iraqi Arena.”


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    Juergen Todenhoefer
    Jürgen Todenhöfer was born on the 12th of November 1940 as the son of a judge in the German city of Offenburg/Baden.

    In 1959 he completed his high school studies in the city of Freiburg. He then studied law and political science at the Universities of Munich, Paris, Bonn and Freiburg. He completed his training as a qualified lawyer in 1969 and received his doctorate in law from the University of Freiburg.

    In 1970 Todenhöfer joined the political party CDU (Christian Democratic Union). Shortly thereafter, he became personal assistant of the CDU’s Secretary General Dr. Bruno Heck in Bonn. In 1972 he became a judge at the Criminal Court of the city of Kaiserslautern.

    In the end of 1972, he was elected to the German parliament. He remained a member of the “Bundestag” until 1990. Todenhöfer attracted as much public attention for his political activities as he did for his humanitarian endeavours. In 1975, he traveled to Chile and met with the then dictator Augosto Pinochet. This meeting paved the way for the release of 4,500 political prisoners.

    Five years later, together with a photojournalist and some Afghan freedom fighters Todenhöfer traveled via Pakistan to Soviet occupied Afghanistan.

    As the CDU / CSU parliamentary group’s disarmament expert he made worldwide headlines with his far-reaching proposals. In 1982, he argued for a swift reduction of the U.S. and Soviet Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles (ICBM) by 50 percent. In the early 1980ies Todenhöfer urged German politicians to come out with a stronger commitment to Germany’s reunification. In 1984 he became the first CDU delegate to grant the public a complete insight into his sources of income.

    In 1987 Todenhöfer joined the “Hubert Burda Media” company, one of Europe’s largest publishing houses and became the Vice Chairman of its Board, the man behind Hubert Burda. He retired from politics in the year 1990.

    It was only after the terrorist attacks of the 11th of September 2001 in the United States, that he returned to the public. He was outspoken in his opposition to the U.S.’s war in Afghanistan and critical of the planned campaign against Iraq. He argued fervently in favor of diplomatic solutions.

    Todenhöfer published numerous best-selling books. His books center around his conviction that peace should be achieved through negotiations only. In 2003 he wrote “Who cries for Abdul and Tanaya?”, decribing the war-stricken lives of a young Afghan boy and a young Iraqi girl. He wrote “Andy and Marwa” in 2005 wherein he describes the fate of the American Andy and the Iraqi girl Marwa during the Iraq war. It was followed in 2008 by the bestseller “Why do you kill, Zaid ?” which was followed most recently in 2013 by his last book “Thou shalt not kill”. In 2010 he wrote a semi-biographic book titled “Share your happiness”. Todenhöfer donates the royalties that he receives for his books and the larger part of his private wealth to children projects in Afghanistan, in Iraq, in Jerusalem, in Syria and in the Congo and realizes other social projects as well, like the project that he has founded in Munich for elderly people who have grown lonely.

    Todenhöfer has devoted his attention to the relationship between the Western and the Muslim world.

    As a 20 -year-old freshman, he traveled to Algiers during the Algerian War, and to Tunisia during the crisis of Bizerte. He has since visited Arab and other Muslim countries on countless occasions.

    He urged the U.S. governments to settle their conflicts with Iraq, with Syria and with Iran through negotiations. He took up this matter in direct contact with the governments of Muslim countries.

    Todenhöfer is married to Françoise Laval, a French officer’s daughter. The couple, who separated in 2004, has three children. His hobbies included in his youth piloting and parachuting. Today he finds relaxation while skiing and while going for his regular Saturday afternoon football matches; he has a special interest in history and philosophy.

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