On February 17, of all dates, several media broadcast a video showing a fleet of brand new Toyota Land Cruisers carrying the flag the so-called Islamic State (IS) as they drove through what is believed to be the streets of the Libyan city of Benghazi. Now the fact that those terrorists that rose from seemingly nowhere to the #1 global threat with the speed of light possess the most modern equipment is not what should be the most surprising. Back in 2011, the Libyan NATO-“rebels” themselves were equipped with the finest weapons and armor by the West, as well as with thousands of brand new flags of the backward Idris monarchy, which clearly proved that the uprising was anything but spontaneous. More interestingly is the question where IS gets its shiny cars from.
When watching the parade last Tuesday, I was reminded of a May 2014 report which claims that millions of new cars are being left to deteriorate unsold and unmaintained in vast car yards all around the world because of the ongoing global recession. The article says that there are literally thousands of these “car parks” rammed full of unsold cars in practically every country on the planet, and uses Google Maps images to support its claims. “The car industry would never sell these cars at massive reductions in their prices to get rid of them, no they still want every buck. If they were to price these cars for a couple of thousand they would sell them. However, nobody would then buy any expensive cars and then they would end up being unsold. Its quite a pickle we have gotten ourselves into”, the article reads, continuing that “The car industry cannot stop making new cars because they would have to close their factories and lay off tens of thousands of employees. This would further add to the recession. Also the domino effect would be catastrophic as steel manufactures would not sell their steel. All the tens of thousands of places where car components are made would also be effected, indeed the world could come to a grinding halt”, and concluding “It is a sorry state of affairs and there is no answer to it, solutions don’t exist.”
Don’t they? Or did the world’s brand new terrorist group provide a brand new solution for the unsold brand new cars problem?
This of course is just an assumption, or a conspiracy theory if you like – but in a time of deceit, conspiracies often contain the truest truth. Therefore, given the history of the West when it comes to secretly funding and arming their own much needed enemies, it would not surprise me at all if the IS terrorists are actually driving around in the vestiges of Capitalism and greed, and if the West once again secretly nourishes what they pretend to want to destroy.