General Wesley Clark seems to take care of the good repute of Hezbollah:
" “ISIS got started through funding from our friends and allies. People will tell you in the region that if you want somebody who will fight to the death against Hezbollah, you don’t put out a recruiting poster saying ‘sign up for us we’re gonna make a better world.’ You go after zealots and you go after these religious fundamentalists. That’s who fights Hezbollah. It’s like a Frankenstein.”" [gen Wesley Clark]
Wesley Clark: “Our Friends and Allies Funded ISIS to Destroy Hezbollah”
Brandon Martinez February 17, 2015
Notice the author is Brandon Martinez, who is author of the article by me previously quoted in the other post:
One of his book:
The ISIS Conspiracy: How Israel and the West Manipulate Our Minds Through Fear Paperback – March 1, 2015Brandon Martinez is part of the Great Machinery to support the RussIsrael-Iran alliance:
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And of the cover up of the New Iranian Empire. He says in the title "How Israel and the West Manipulate Our Minds Through Fear", and this is to deceive the reader in to see only the Zionist fly and not the nose of the Russian bear on which it is sitting.
Well, I have not so much time now to investigate about Brandon Martinez and who is backing him.
So, let's go back to our general Clark: Why he takes so much care of the integrity of Hezbollah? And this only ONE MONTH (even less!) after the assassination of prosecutor Alberto Nisman? Maybe the answer lies in the below questions. Read it carefully but especially take care to notice how in some of those websites the links to other websites describing the presence of Hezbollah in Latin America opportunely are directing to "un-existing pages".
IS general Clark covering up the true assassins of prosecutor Alberto Nisman?
* * *Nisman assassination, a favor of Hezbollah for Pres. de Kirchner?
"Iran, Hezbollah mine Latin America for revenue, recruits, analysts sayBy Arthur Brice, CNN
Updated 0136 GMT (0836 HKT) June 4, 2013
An Argentine special prosecutor's accusation that Iran has established terrorist networks throughout Latin America has renewed debate over how big a threat that poses to the region and the United States.
Alberto Nisman, who is investigating the 1994 bombing of a Jewish community center in Buenos Aires that killed 85 people, said in a 500-page report released last week that Iran has been building the networks for nearly 30 years.
That assessment coincides with a viewpoint held by many Western analysts.
"As Nisman points out, the Iranians have been actively setting up intelligence and operational structures in Latin America since the 1980s," said Douglas Farah, a senior fellow at the International Assessment and Strategy Center....".
"....As days go by, the mystery surrounding the death of Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman — who was found shot in the head in his locked apartment two months ago — becomes murkier.But we're learning a lot more about the explosive findings of his decade-long investigation.Testimony from journalists and government officials suggest that in addition to describing Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner's hand in protecting the perpetrators of a 1994 Buenos Aires terrorist attack, Nisman was also working to blow the lid off the workings of Iran's terrorist organization in Latin America......read the above entire article at:
Nisman's decade of work on the subject pointed to Iran.And according to the testimonies, it appears Nisman was working to blow the lid off the entire workings of Iran's terrorist organization in Latin America.
'Export Iran's Islamic Revolution'In a written statement on Wednesday, Brazilian investigative journalist Leonardo Coutinho walked members of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs through the findings of his years of work looking into Iran's penetration of Brazil.
In a statement titled "Brazil as an operational hub for Iran and Islamic Terrorism," Coutinho discusses not only his findings while working for Brazil's Veja magazine, but also Nisman's tireless work...."......
Dead Argentine prosecutor was zeroing in on a terror threat to the entire Western Hemisphere
Mar. 20, 2015, 1:53 PM 992 1
This nightmare might come true: Civil War in USA with one front aided by Shii'a Hezbollah. As preparation, many individual act of terrorism of SUNNI elements in order to present the Shii'a Islam as "friendly" and therefore to let an open gate in the US territory for cultural and economical intelligence of Iran's Hezbollah in the perspective of the Catho-Shii'a Axis, which is funded by Cocaine trade:
"...What would the ultimate border security nightmare look like? Might it involve drug cartels, rogue special forces soldiers, or transnational terrorists? How about all three? This scenario sounds like something out of a Hollywood movie. The problem is that for the United States this nightmare may have come true.
On December 15 it was revealed in an indictment that Hezbollah has a substantial drug connection to the Mexican drug cartel Los Zetas. The Lebanese druglord Ayman Joumaa was indicted in absentia for, “conspiring to smuggle over 90,000 tons of cocaine into America and laundering over $250 million for the cartels.” The druglord has close ties to Hezbollah and functioned as a middle man between the terrorist organization and the cartels. In terms of raw numbers, the amount of cocaine that he tried to smuggle was equivalent to a cargo of 2,250 eighteen wheelers. The sheer volume of this transaction is cause for concern, but the fact that Hezbollah and Los Zetas are working together is far worse.
So why is this new development so significant to US border security? We must first consider the history and background of these groups. Hezbollah is one of the world’s largest terrorist groups and is based in southern Lebanon. The Shiite organization receives funding from Iran and engaged in a proxy war with Israel in 2005. It is responsible for some of the worst terrorist attacks of the last two decades, including the 1983 Beirut bombing that killed 241 Americans. Hezbollah may be the most influential organization preventing stability in the Middle East.
Los Zetas are the cartel equivalent of Hezbollah in Latin America. The Zetas are described as, “highly trained, highly motivated commandos formerly with the Mexican military…[that] represent law enforcement’s worst nightmare come true”. The Zetas began as a group of paramilitary soldiers that were turned by the Gulf cartel. After falling out with the cartel, the Zetas formed their own. They are considered to be the “most dangerous drug cartel” and the second most powerful in Mexico. The organization has participated in a number of hideous acts including the 2011 Tamaulipas massacre that killed some 200 civilians. Los Zetas is considered to be one of the best trained and violent groups in Latin America.
What is the regional significance of Hezbollah working with the drug cartels? Let’s consider Hezbollah’s cell activity in Latin America and examine its relationship with the cartels. .....".................
...read the whole article at:
Iron Triangle of Terror: Iran, Hezbollah, and Los Zetas?
Posted by Chris on December 19, 2011 in Uncategorized
The Triple Frontier (Spanish: La Triple Frontera, Portuguese: Tríplice Fronteira) is a tri-border area along the junction of Paraguay, Argentina, and Brazil, where the Iguazú and Paraná rivers converge. Near the confluence are the cities of Ciudad del Este (Paraguay); Puerto Iguazú (Argentina) and Foz do Iguaçu (Brazil). This area is near Iguazú Falls and the Itaipú hydroelectric plant.
The United States Government cited "clear examples" of Islamic groups in the tri-border region that "finance terrorist activities". Groups like Egypt's al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya, Islamic Jihad, Hezbollah, and Al Qaeda are believed to draw some of their funding from activities in the Triple Frontier.
The particular geography of the border region, rampant political corruption and weak judicial system makes it very difficult to monitor organized crime and the illicit activities connected with it. Furthermore, the Paraguayan side of the triple frontier is a desirable haven for terrorist operations since it has no anti-terrorism laws. Thus, financially contributing to terrorist organizations is not punishable by law and terrorist groups operate freely in the region. According to U.S. officials and law enforcement familiar with the region, "Iranian-backed Hezbollah militia have been fostering a well-financed force of Islamist radicals in the region"
A counter-terrorism expert with the Pentagon’s National Security Study Group described the Tri-border as "the most important base for Hezbollah outside Lebanon itself, home to a community of dangerous fanatics that send their money to financially support Hezbollah.” Out of the 25,000 Lebanese Arabs who live in the region, not all of them support terrorism, but many openly acknowledge they send money to Hezbollah and that Shiite mosques have “an obligation to finance it.”
U.S. officials are particularly concerned, since Hezbollah is blamed for the bombings in Beirut in 1983 of the United States Embassy and of U.S. Marines barracks. In addition, Hezbollah are known for kidnappings, torture, and murder of Americans.
The Paraguayan authorities say they have evidence that money is being sent to organizations with terrorist connections because of the amount of money leaving Paraguay for the Middle East, said Carlos Altemburger, Chief of the Department for the Prevention and Investigation of Terrorism in Paraguay. In response to the situation, Paraguay approved the entry of 400 US soldiers "for joint military exercises, such as programs on fighting urban terrorists, public security and humanitarian assistance," according to the Washington Post. However, in October 2006 Paraguay decided not to renew a defense-cooperation agreement.
In 2005, the governments of the three nations stated they would set up a joint intelligence center in Foz do Iguaçú specifically to monitor the situation.
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