REALPOLITIK: ISIS is Officially Broke, Local Warlords Accuse Each Other of Corruption, Theft, and Mismanagement – By Vladimir Odintsov

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Thanks to Russian airstrikes against ISIS oil fields and loss of territory they can tax, the infamous terrorist head choppers are nearly bankrupt. Makes you wonder why Obama didn’t do this 2 years ago – and exactly who/what he was targeting with his airstrikes.

RIELPOLITIK

Source – journal-neo.org/

 – The word is on the street is that the so-called “Islamic State” (ISIS) has encountered serious financial challenges lately for the first time since the beginning of anti-terrorist operations in Syria and Iraq. The terrorist organization has been pushed into a corned due to continuous airstrikes aimed at destroying ISIS-held oil infrastructure. Oil production across ISIS-occupied territories has dropped by one third, while total oil revenues of ISIS were cut in half due to falling oil prices and the abrupt decrease in the capability to produce and sell oil products such as gasoline. In addition, this terrorist group has lost direct access to the black markets in Syria and southern Turkey.

On March 25, American media sources announced that Abd al-Rahman Mustafa al-Qaduli, also known as Haji Imam, was killed during a counter-terrorism operation. He was considered the second most influential commander of ISIS and…

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