Deep State is attacking the Philippines and they are using ISIS to do
the deed. The goal is destabilize the Duterte’s rule in the
Philippines. Why? Because after meeting with President Trump, Duterte
promptly returned home, prosecuted 3,000 online child sex
traffickers. He later found that the Deep State has positioned ISIS
to destabilize the Philippines with the goal of regime change. ISIS
is actually an occupying terrorist inside the Philippines.”
Philippine pivot away from the USA and toward Russia and China will
not be tolerated under any circumstances by Deep
The critical geostrategic location of the Philippines within
the Asian side of the Pacific Rim is much to important for
this understanding, the MSM article posted below can be interpreted
as a status report on the CIA-coordinated hostilities being conducted
on the southern island of Mindanao. This very same strategy was
utilized by the C.I.A. in Chechnya in an attempt to preoccupy Russia
on their southern border with purposefully engineered ‘Islamic’
militarism. In the instant case, the city of Marawi is
being used to stage state-sponsored terrorism (predominantly the U.S.
government) as a launch-pad to conquer the rest of Mindanao. The
very same strategy was used in Syria whereby ISIS and Al-Nusra were
used by the C.I.A. to take over the outlying cities.
battle-hardened jihadis, who are often transported from other war
zones throughout the world, are not really Muslims; rather, they are
trained as professional terrorists in the ‘madrassas’ in Pakistan
which are funded by Saudi Arabia. The Salafis of
Wahhabism, which originated in Saudi Arabia as a violent splinter
group of an ultra-fundamentalist Sunni sect, fanatically fight for
‘jihad’ for whoever pays them the most. This is why there are so
many Wahhabi terrorist groups involved in the Syrian War; the
mercenaries are always switching their allegiances to the
like the fake civil war in Syria, these Wahhabi fighters have
been flown in, shipped in and bussed into the Philippines to man a
U.S.-manufactured insurgency. In this way the C.I.A. will
attempt to overthrow Duterte, just as they are trying to militarily
remove Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
The following BBC report, like all “fake news” published by
ought to be read as an informal intelligence briefing. The
C.I.A., MI6, DGSE, GID, and the MOSSAD frequently use various MSM
outlets to disseminate crucial info to their agents on the ground and
militants on the battlefield alike.
fighting: Foreign fighters ‘among militants’ in Philippine city
fighters are among Islamist militants killed in a southern Philippine
city over the past days, officials say.
jihadists, including Indonesian and Malaysian citizens, were killed
as the army continued its operation to drive the rebels out of the
city of Marawi.
helicopters and special forces have been deployed in the offensive.
is a rare admission by the authorities that local jihadists are
working with international groups.
is a mainly Muslim city in Lanao del Sur province on the southern
island of Mindanao. The province is a stronghold for the Maute group,
which has pledged allegiance to so-called Islamic State (IS).
is happening in Marawi?
erupted after a failed army raid to capture a top militant leader. At
least 11 soldiers and 31 militants have been killed, a military
President Rodrigo Duterte imposed martial law in Mindanao on Tuesday
in response to the violence
law allows the use of the military to enforce order and the detention
of people without charge for long periods.
the IS link?
solicitor-general said that what used to be domestic rebels have now
subscribed to the ideology of IS.
is happening in Mindanao is no longer a rebellion of Filipino
citizens. It has transmogrified into an invasion by foreign
fighters,” Jose Calida told a news conference.
– Marawi has seen intense fighting over the past days
want to make Mindanao part of the caliphate.”
government had always downplayed the numbers of foreigners amongst
the local fighters, Sidney Jones, director of the Institute for
Policy Analysis of Conflict in Jakarta told the BBC.
it’s crucial that the government acknowledges that there is a
serious IS problem in the Philippines,” she says, explaining that a
much better co-ordination between local and national authorities was
needed to deal with the situation.