The ISIS Conspiracy: How Israel and the West Manipulate Our Minds Through Fear –
book review by Dr. G. Fredrick Toben
The ISIS Conspiracy: How Israel and the West Manipulate Our Minds Through Fear, is Brandon Martinez’s 2015-published book consisting of 130 page, 13 chapters and 107 footnotes but no Index. In his Introduction Martinez captures the essence of this ISIS phenomenon by pointing out how rapidly this group gained global prominence.
To that I can immediately add that it took only a call from a Jew in Sydney to contact YouTube to have my account closed down on the grounds that I had violated “community standards” by posting certain videos on my site – and yet ISIS has a media presence without anyone closing down this so-called “terrorist” organisation’s websites.
Martinez clearly shows how the ISIS group in Syria is actually a US-spawned group going as far back as Afghanistan during the 1980s where the USA fought the former Soviet Union; and then it was known as “al-Qaeda”, and from there this mercenary group detoured through Libya, where it killed its president and destroyed that country’s cohesion, to balkanise the Middle East for the benefit of Israel’s dream of setting up “Eretz Israel”.
Now this is heavy stuff – but just ask yourself why ISIS – or IS – is not attacking the US-backed corrupt states of Egypt, Bahrain, Jordan, Qatar, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia – nor is it attacking Israel.
These “manufactured crises”, Martinez maintains, show how the US is actually doing the bidding of the Zionists, and running to a timetable, much as Israel’s first Prime Minister, David Ben-Gurion, stated in a 1962 magazine interview wherein he expressed the desire to see Jerusalem become the headquarters of the New World Order, thereby fulfilling the Isaiah prophecy!
But to realize such a plan will inevitably have its ups and downs, especially when things don’t go according to plan and, for example, the imminent ISIS threat to Canada doesn’t eventuate. It certainly captures Canadian lawmaters’ attention and willingly they are running with the US propaganda lie. And Martinez as a Canadian doesn’t like it. Since 9/11 he had observed how the US is operating on the world stage at the expense of its own citizens’ wellbeing.
That Canada’s spy agency, CSIS, is linking to the “Five Eyes” spy network – US, UK, Australia and New Zealand, is an indication that the plan to limit our basic freedoms is on-track. And, hypocritically, it is a fight against extremism and “not just violent extremis”, as UK PM Cameron stated, because the US has created these extremists.
Destabilisation and manufactured terrorism is also designed to enable the “globalist cultural imperialists” to export their decadence, which begins with the high-note of materialism – MacDonald’s, Burger King and Wal-Mart: “A pitiful populace comprised of tattooed, chain-smoking, money-chasing, burger-munching airheads is what pleases the moneyed elite.”
Yes, Martinez does see a ray of hope appear on the horizon as more and more individuals recognize that 9/11, 7/7 and the “war on terror” is nothing but a hoax!
He writes that the terror scaremongering happening in Canada is merely designed to implement the planned subjugation of Canadians. He also mentions the obvious that the Charlie Hebdo Massacre was another staged event to incite war and destroy freedom.
I recall how on 15-16 December 2014 in Sydney, a lone gunman held hostages in the Lindt Cafe at Martin Place. Before the official narrative had been crafted there was talk that the gunman, Man Haron Monis, asked for an ISIS flag, but then this point was not repeated again. Was this a failed “insider job”? And again Martinez asks a fundamental question: Why is there no attack on Israel? The question to that is: Cui Bono – in whose interest? The answer clarifies what this war on terrorism is all about !
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The quality of the various videos that ISIS has produced is also a problem for Martinez who thinks that they were most likely produced in some Mossad office in Jerusalem. It ties in with Mossad having tried to establish an al-Qaeda presence in Gaza, which would then be used as a pretext to bombard this small Palestinian enclave.
Besides mentioning the Rev Stephen Sizer affair, who has been a prominent British cleric promoting Palestinian issues, Martinez focuses on the “New Atheist” Neocons that emerged after the Chapel Hill Shooting of three young Muslims. Interestingly, police reports claim the dispute that led to the killing was over a parking fine and not an avowed atheist killing three believing Muslims. It would not fit the mould to portray Muslims as objects of a vicious hate crime, so Martinez correctly surmises. The New Atheist movement attracts individuals who hate religion but who love Israel, and so we know who is pushing this line.
Overall, this book presents a clear analysis of what conspiratorial energy is being invested in this enterprise called ISIS-IS-DAESH, and who benefits from its existence.
As an afterthought, an editorial in the ynetnews.com website, raises a matter that essentially confirms Brandon Martinez’s thesis of his book
please feel free to order “The ISIS conspiracy” by Brandon Martinez here