ISIS, the Saudis, and Those That Fight
With the world on the potential verge of World War III, and with the implications that that War will be waged on a Thermonuclear basis, it's important to know where the nations of the world stand. Egypt, for instance, has vowed to be a nation of stability, in an otherwise wayward and turbulent region, and they have therefore made it clear that they will fight ISIS, with whatever resources they possess.
Lyndon LaRouche made it clear that Egypt must be defended from the foreign terror assault, that
"Egypt is the anchor for any stability in the region...Egypt has aligned with the BRICS nations, and is moving on significant development projects for the benefit of all Egyptians. They must be defended."
France has also voiced their support for Egypt, with the sale of several fighter Jets, with French Defense Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian declaring:
"Our two countries are pursuing a common struggle against terrorism" and "this is a new era of bilateral cooperation between Paris and Cairo."
France has also just broadcast a rather dramatic exposé of the international fight to uncover the main sources of global terror operations, by releasing the 28 pages. This exposé follows a seeming avalanche of international pressure to release the 28 Pages, and to honestly uncover the sources of funding for the bulk of terrorism around the globe, namely Saudi Arabia, and the city of London.