Caught On Tape: Russian Fighter Jets Destroy Huge ISIS Oil Convoy In Transit To Turkey
One month ago, after a farcial year-long campaign to “destroy” ISIS, which achieved absolutely nothing but made the Islamic State grow bigger and stronger, culminating with the numerous terrorist attacks in the month of November, former CIA deputy director Michael Morell told Charlie Rose on PBS that the reason the US had never actually gone after the lifeblood of the ISIS regime, its oil supply chain, infrastructure and products, was because “we didn’t want to do environmental damage, and we didn’t want to destroy that infrastructure.”
In other words, the threat of a CO2 emissions spike from bombarding a convoy of ISIS oil tanker trucks far outweighs the millions of dollars in funds it would bring and fund the teaching of hundreds of new terrorists how to blow themselves up in the middle of Paris.
As to not “wanting” to destroy that infrastructure, one wonders why: was it because a down payment had been made by the “president” of NATO-member Turkey?
Luckily as the clip below shows, the Russian military, which has had dramatic success in taking out not only the front end of ISIS (such as today’s elimination of the top “rebel leader” Zahran Alloush), but the all too critical back “infrastructure” end, has no such qualms.
So much success, in fact, that the “terrorists”, as the Russian Ministry of Defense bluntly calls them, have been forced to deploy new oil trafficking routes to escape the Russian airstrikes.