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Day of terror. Libya blowback hits France. Tunisia beach massacre. US frankenstein creation ISIS strikes Kuwait mosque

Remember all this chaos has one single genesis…US/EU/Gulf States desire to remove Assad and build a gas pipeline from Qatar to Europe, via Syria.

Kuwait:
At least 25 people were killed by an explosion at a Shia mosque in Kuwait city during Friday prayers. More than 200 people were injured. A rare attack in the tiny Gulf nation amid a rise in sectarian violence across the Middle East.

Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack, in a statement posted to a Twitter account known to be associated with the extremists. It named the bomber as Abu Sleiman al Mouahed and said he was wearing a suicide belt.

France:
Police launched a terrorism investigation after a decapitated body and a flag with Islamist inscriptions were found following an attack in which a man seemingly tried to blow up a factory belonging to a US gas company.

France is feeling the pain of blowback for Sarkozy’s misguided desire to take a leading role in the attack and dismemberment of Libya in 2011.

Tunisia:
Thirty people, including foreigners, have been killed and 38 injured in an attack on two separate hotels in Tunisia’s resort city of Sousse on Friday, the country’s Interior Ministry said. According to local police, victims of the attack include five tourists from Germany, four from the UK, and three from France.

Is there a French / ISIS connection to this attack?

If so why is the US and EU not sanctioning Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey…states that have openly admitted to supporting ISIS. If we really want to be honest with ourselves, and acknowledge the state of chaos we live in, then the US should also be sanctioned for its arming and training of ISIS as well.

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