State Dept Has No Plans to Present Data on Daesh Oil Trade in Turkey to UN | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


State Dept Has No Plans to Present Data on Daesh Oil Trade in Turkey to UN

The United States does not have any plans to present Treasury Department’s information to the UN Security Council related to the Islamic State (ISIL, or Daesh) oil trade in Turkey, US State Department spokesperson John Kirby told reporters.

"I know of no such plans," Kirby stated on Monday when asked if the United States would present data on Daesh shipments of oil flowing into Turkey to the UN Security Council.

On Friday, US Acting Under Secretary for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence Adam Szubin called on Turkey to help stem the flow of financial assets across its porous borders, including Daesh black market oil.
Kirby argued that because some of the oil crosses the border into Turkey does not mean that Ankara is complicit in Daesh oil trade.

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A memo to John Kirby; sir, that last statement caused our very sensitive, and expensive Bovine Excrement Meter to seize, shatter, and re-kit itself into an absolutely unusable state, within a matter of seconds.

I am sorry, but if you and your team continue playing fast and loose with the truth, we will have no recourse but to bill you, every time it happens.

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