“You can absolutely expect for many of those trucks to be mounted with crew-served machine guns or other type of equipment, military equipment, that the opposition forces have access to. I mean, that’s one of the reasons why the Toyota Hilux is such an important force multiplier, because it could be used both for humanitarian purposes and for operational purposes as well.”
Above Image: ISIS began its invasion into Iraqi territory from NATO-member Turkey, through Syria and riding in Toyota Hilux trucks – identical to those provided to “moderates” by the US State Department as part of multi-million dollar “non-lethal” aid packages. ISIS did not take these trucks from “moderates,” the moderates never existed to begin with. From the beginning, it was the West’s plan to raise a mercenary army of sectarian extremists operating under the banner of Al Qaeda.
Syria is only one of the many war zones where the Hilux has been a vehicle of choice. The BBC’s Kabul correspondent, David Loyn, saw the Hilux put to use by the Taliban in the 1990s, and credits the truck with having given Taliban forces a battlefield edge.
“They perfected very fast-moving maneuver warfare, and they did it with Hilux trucks,” he says. “The Jane’s Defense Weekly analysis of the seizure of Kabul in 1996 was that it was a textbook operation, from three sides, a coordinated piece of warfare using these Hilux trucks as very fast-moving troop-moving vehicles.”
Loyn ranks the Hilux among the great game-changers of modern warfare saying,
“You have seen in many wars in the past, a sort of symbolic weapon: the longbow at Agincourt, the Huey helicopter in Vietnam and, I think, the Hilux truck in Afghanistan in the hands of the Taliban was [as] significant and iconic a weapon as those.”
This is where one can begin to connect the dots regarding all these manufactured wars and this thing called “foreign aid”. Back in late June, Newsmax reported that Obama was seeking $500 MILLION “to bolster U.S. efforts to train and arm select members of the Syrian opposition, a move that comes amid increased U.S. concern that the conflicts in Syria and Iraq are becoming an intertwined fight….”. This is nothing more than saying we need more money to fund these manufactured terrorists to which are covertly utilized to take over other countries.
The real agenda is endless wars that were never meant to be won. Listen:
I have a question, why isn’t “foreign aid” called “TREASON“?