An important symbolic step.....though wholly ineffective.

Prohibiting the CIA/Pentagon from arming ISIS and 'al-CIA-duh' and the al-Nusra Front is an important step:

(i) It recognizes the REALITY of USA government funding of Islamic terrorists by Capital Hill.....its realistic.

(ii) Reduces the state funding of terrorism, since all modern terrorism is state funded, and it thus reduces the problem, at least in Syria. An army of 100,000 fighters can't survive without state support from some where.


On the other hand, as with Pakistan what happens when the legally proscribed organisation merely changes their name to avoid any court action?  In Pakistan, terrorism is state sponsored:

They are the proxy army of the Pakistan armed forces who are run by the ISI, which in turn is funded and run by the CIA/Pentagon with 500,000 trained up recruits since 1979. This all started with Brzezinski initially, who as a British agent of influence of the Rothschilds borrowed the concept from Bernard Lewis a British Jewish super-spy intellectual embedded in Princeton University by the British state in the early 1970's, under the meme 'Arch of Crisis'..."Clash of Civilisation" "Destruction through destabilisation of the Soviet Union"....."The Bear trap"....etc:

Terrorist and Extremist Groups of Pakistan

Terrorist Groups

Extremist Groups
Domestic Organisations
Trans-national Organisations
  1. Harkat-ul-Ansar (HuA, presently known as Harkat-ul Mujahideen)
  2. Harkat-ul Mujahideen(HuM, previously known as Harkat-ul-Ansar)
  3. Al Barq
  4. Al Jehad
  5. Jammu & Kashir National Liberation Army
  6. People’s League
  7. Muslim Janbaz Force
  8. Kashmir Jehad Force
  9. Al Jehad Force (combines Muslim Janbaz Force and Kashmir Jehad Force)
  10. Mahaz-e-Azadi
  11. Islami Jamaat-e-Tulba
  12. Jammu & Kashmir Students Liberation Front
  13. Ikhwan-ul-Mujahideen
  14. Islamic Students League
  15. Tehrik-e-Hurriat-e-Kashmir
  16. Tehrik-e-Nifaz-e-Fiqar Jafaria
  17. Al Mustafa Liberation Fighters
  18. Tehrik-e-Jehad-e-Islami
  19. Muslim Mujahideen
  20. Al Mujahid Force
  21. Tehrik-e-Jehad
  22. Islami Inquilabi Mahaz
1. Thus problem number one with this bill is that the manufacturers and midwives of global Islamic terrorism, the CIA/Pentagon can tomorrow initiate a new group with a new name...and the bill will not be able to address that new problem. The way around this problem is to introduce far more effective legislation which states in clear terms that the CIA/Pentagon/State Department will cease to fund any further Islamic terrorist organisations of any kind, be they 'moderate' or 'extremists' period.

2. Terrorists move around the world, in places which will be destabilized by the CIA/Pentagon in the future. So if the political elite in the USA want to destabilise Turkey further, they will simply pour more of their proxy destabilization terrorists into that country. Thus the bill needs to address Islamic terrorists funded by the CIA/Pentagon not only in Syria, but the support of ANY Islamic terrorist groups through covert ops around the world. Lets not kick the can, and move the problem to another country.

3. Since 1979, ALL Islamic terrorism funding and backing by the CIA/Pentagon has been done through the GCC and especially Saudi Arabia, where Bernard Lewis's UK enjoys a special relationship (That is what Teresa May's recent visit there was about: "The Persians are awfully, frightfully, bad chaps......You Arabs are jolly good chaps, ignore the fact that I am a woman....but continue buying our crappy third rate Neanderthal BAE/Marconi systems arms and continue backing ISIS and 'al-CIA-duh' affiliates...don't let the election of Trump and his Islamophobic pronouncements and cabal upset you...don't worry about the situation in Syria and Assad's victory in Aleppo, or the Russian extermination of 40,000 ISIS fighters including some of your embedded Mukabarat personnel in Syria, habibi......Inshallah we together will prevail against the evil shi'ites who YOU here today all know are your real enemy in the region. Britain will stand with you!!! Together we are strong)

(i) How does USA legislation deal with the criminal UK State, and powerful Jewish entities in that country who originally sponsored the meme 'Clash of Civilisation"...who then went about using the Carter administration to bring to fruition that idea since the 1970's...with the Islamic Revolution of Iran in 1979. (Code number: 7, 11, 24)...How does the USA legislation deal with the British FO, and British Intelligence who procure and process 'Islamic terrorism'????.....but operate in the shadows....in the background...in Pakistan ....and the GCC.

(ii) How does USA legislation meaningfully deal with the main sponsors of Islamic terrorism from the GCC and Saudi Arabia?

Good luck Tulsi et al.......I fully understand the objectives are limited to Syria. 


Gabbert-Rohrabacher Bill Would Effectively End CIA Program Arming Syrian Rebels

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by Jason Ditz, at antiwar.com.
The Stop Arming Terrorists Act (SATA) has been introduced today in the House of Representatives by Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D – HI). The bill is a bipartisan effort, co-sponsored by Reps. Peter Welch (D – VT), Barbara Lee (D – CA), Dana Rohrabacher (R – CA), and Thomas Massie (R – KY) which would forbid the US government from using taxpayer dollars to arm, fund, or train terrorist organizations.
Rep. Gabbard noted that it has been against the law for years for individual Americans to fund terrorist organizations, but that the US has been routinely doing so for years in Syria, providing arms to many terrorist-linked groups within Syria’s rebellion.
The bill appears aimed primarily at ending the CIA program smuggling arms to Syrian rebels, something President-elect Donald Trump has also expressed support for. The bill singles out ISIS, al-Qaeda, and Jabhat Fateh al-Sham (the “rebranded” version of al-Qaeda’s Nusra Front) and forbids support to them, their allies, or foreign nations who are themselves providing support for the groups.
The part prohibiting funding of foreign nations involved in backing the groups could be hugely impactful, as it would include nations like Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey, which have openly backed a number of the rebel groups targeted.
SATA would compel the Director of National Intelligence to provide a list of all the groups affiliated with or cooperating with those three organizations, as well as the countries providing assistance to them to several House committees. This could potentially be an obstacle as reports have suggested Trump does not intend to appoint a Director of National Intelligence.