Scott Bennett

What will U.S. citizens do when they discover their govt created ISIS?


Scott Bennett is a U.S. Army Special Operations Officer and a global psychological warfare-counterterrorism analyst. He has developed and managed psychological warfare theories, products, and operations for U.S. Special Operations Command, U.S. Central Command, the State Department Coordinator for Counterterrorism, and other government agencies. He served in the G.W. Bush Administration from 2003 to 2008, and was a Social Science Research Fellow at the Heritage Foundation. He has written extensively on the intelligence community’s surveillance activities addressed .His educational background includes a Bachelor of Science in Advertising and Spanish Minor from San Jose State University in California, a Master of Arts in International Business and Public Policy from George Mason University in Virginia, and a Ph.D. (ABD) in Political Theory from the Catholic University of America in Washington D.C. In an exlusive interview with, Mr. Bennet sheds light on the Mosul offensive against ISIS. The following is the full text of the interview:


Can you tell us about the significance of Mosul offensive?

The significance of the Mosul offensive is multidimensional.  It is the living expression of Iraq’s core values and desires for itself as a country, as a people, and for the world. It is a manifestation of Iraq’s conviction that the ISIS/Al Qaeda/DAESH strain of Wahhabi-Takfiri extremism is NOT a reflection of Islam, is a perversion of Prophet Mohammed’s life (peace be upon him), and is a political-social disease that must be confined and destroyed in order to protect human life.

The Mosul offensive by Iraq is a sign of its commitment to protect its towns and people from foreign invaders, and a statement by the Iraqi leadership that it will not surrender one inch of its territory to ISIS, or Turkey, or the United States, or to any other nation.


What led to the formation of an all-out Iraqi force to liberate the Mosul?  

Mosul had been invaded by Wahhabi ISIS mercenaries obsessed with dominating the region with a tyrannical and merciless code of behavior (which ISIS falsely claim is instructed by Islam), and the people cried out in agony and fear and hopelessness under this evil.  Women were raped and enslaved, children beheaded and brainwashed, and men slaughtered—all because they were considered not as Islamic or pious or religiously pure as the ISIS invaders.  Of course this is also a great hypocrisy, since the ISIS takfiri fighters are constantly ingesting Captagon (supplied by Saudis and US CIA and Mossad) and other drugs to animate their bloody actions.  This suffering, which incidentally was funded and encouraged by Saudi Arabia, Israel, the United States, and European nations, led to a great cry from the people of Mosul, and the leaders in Iraq heard it and have answered.

Iraqis know that the city of Mosul must be reclaimed by Iraqi forces, not by foreign military forces, in order to protect and strengthen the honor of Iraq as a nation and as a military force to be respected.

The Iraqi military has therefore rallied and organized and is leading the full attack to liberate Mosul, free the people, and finally free the world from the Wahhabi-Takfiri ISIS extremists.


Why the US administration insists on having a positive role in Mosul offensive?

The U.S. has a history in the region which must be re-examined and used to structure any explanation for its actions and policies regarding Iraq, ISIS, Syria, Iran, Saudi Arabia, etc.

In short, the U.S. entered into a partnership with Saudi Arabia in the early part of the century, and agreed to protect the Al Saudi family and keep them in power as the rulers of Arabia, essentially.  The U.S. did this in exchange for the House of Saud using U.S. dollars as the oil petro-dollar revenue and reserve currency, and to purchase U.S. weapon systems—which they have used to wage war against their competitors and expand Wahhabism.

This relationship between the U.S. and the House of Saud has never changed, and it continues to this day.  The U.S. has supported the Saudi Arabian and other Persian Gulf Nations in fomenting civil unrest and war and foreign invasion into Syria most recently, in order to remove President Assad and eventually weaken Iran by removing its Syrian ally.  Turkey has also contributed to this policy of Assad removal, and so has Europe—all taking its direction from the U.S. State Department and CIA and Department of Defense.

However, the situation has changed in various ways, and as a result of the Iraqi move to liberate Mosul, the U.S. is being forced to choose a side: against Iraq or against ISIS.  The U.S. government under the Obama Administration knows that the American people would be outraged if they discovered the U.S. was openly defending the ISIS fighters which American military and Congressional officials had labeled “enemies of America”.  

For this reason America has reluctantly chosen to side with Iraq, and is desperate to try and appear as a leader in the counterattack—not for the benefit of Iraq or the world, but in order to gain access to intelligence and even provide indirect protection and support to ISIS so that they can still be used by the U.S. in its design to remove Assad (which has never changed since 2008).

The truth is Iraq must not share too much information, nor invite the U.S. to “help” plan or execute the mission, because it will only weaken and corrupt the efficiency of the Iraqi operations.  Only Russia and Iran can be trusted to honestly and effectively assist Iraq in its targeting and destruction of the ISIS mercenaries, for they are the only countries who have a hatred for them and haven’t used them in previous military secret operations, as the U.S. had in the 1980’s against Russia in Afghanistan.


How do you analyze the Turkish stance claiming the right to be involved in Mosul offensive?

The Turkish claim to have a right to be involved in the Mosul offensive is a dishonest claim, since Turkey has been financing the ISIS forces through oil smuggling and other human trafficking operations in Syria.  Russia has exposed this, and President Vladimir Putin has clearly shown this in the Russian intelligence exposing the Turkish, Saudi, Israeli, Persian Gulf states, and U.S. funding through Swiss Banks such as Union Bank of Switzerland—which was also confirmed by WikiLeaks cables from the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency and Central Intelligence Agency, and Britain’s MI6.  

Turkey’s real agenda is to carve out an area of Iraq that it can use to target Kurds and confiscate land belonging to Iraq and Syria--all in the name of "countering ISIS”.  Conveniently, Turkey has totally ignored the calls by Iraqi leaders to leave their country, and instead have positioned themselves in order to provide an escape route for ISIS forces to escape Iraqi forces.  


Iraqi PM warned certain countries, most significantly Saudi Arabia, of the possible outcomes of supporting DAESH for their own security. What's your take on that? 

No doubt within a matter of months, Daesh will be pushed out of Iraq and Syria and forced to return to their own Wahhabi nations such as Saudi Arabia, thanks in large part to the Russian-Iran-China alliance against ISIS.   This will in turn cause increasing disruption within Saudi Arabia and other Persian Gulf Nations such as Qatar, Kuwait, Jordan, Egypt, and Libya, and also Europe.  The Iraqi military operation will be ruthlessly efficient at cleansing the land of Mosul from the disease of ISIS, and it will in turn retract and try and escape into the Persian Gulf Nations to regroup and re-examine their long term options.  Large amounts may even try to travel to Europe—more specifically Germany—as “refugees”, but the growing hostility in Europe for the violence and social unrest developing as a result of forcibly mixing the European and Middle East cultures and peoples may cause a civil war and right wing backlash against all immigration.  This may ironically also result in the immediate end to all military bombings and attacks against Assad and Iran and Russia, since they are fast becoming seen as the only stabilizing force in the Middle East.


There are reports claiming US is involved in moving the DAESH terrorists from Iraq to Syria and Afghanistan; what do you think?

Sadly, the U.S. government has long followed the suicidal policies of the CIA and State Department regarding the recruitment, manipulation, and deployment of Wahhabi extremist radicals, largely due to the Israeli-Zionist dictates.  The longstanding ignorance of believing that Wahhabi Takfir radicals can be controlled and mobilized to attack U.S. enemies or support U.S. policies is a fantasy that has consistently degenerated into a nightmare.  The reality is by encouraging and financing and helping the activities of the DAESH radicals, the U.S. is jeopardizing its own people and those of its allies, as well as destroying the institutions of restraint and control which the Middle East has developed and refined since the 7th Century.  The American Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton wants to continue this policy, and even expand it into Iran and any other nation that competes with U.S. hegemony over resources and information.  This would be disastrous.  However, time will tell if an end will be brought to the reckless and murderous policy the neoconservative globalists have been pursuing with Israeli-Zionists since the September 11, 2001 false flag attacks against New York and the Pentagon. .



  • 2016-10-24 01:06
    In Ghana they are many muslim who never hear anything like Shia or Alulbait Islam before, all this is because the leadership in Ghana is not doing well why because they don't have good love for the house hold of the prophet Mohammed and imam Ali. And also driving the love ❤ once away when they come to the Hawzah to study, if the leadership in Iran put a good leadership in Ghana by the next two years 90% of the muslim in Ghana will be Shias .