Ericsson CEO Reveals Company May Have Paid ISIS, Other Terrorists for Access to Transport Routes in Iraq

According to admissions made by its CEO, telecommunications giant Ericsson may have made payments to ISIS and other terror organizations in order to access certain transport routes in Iraq. CEO Borje Ekholm admitted that “unusual expenses” included “transport routes have been purchased through areas that have been controlled by terrorist organizations, including ISIS.”

A fighter of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) waves a flag as they celebrate in the city of Mosul, June 23, 2014.The flag reads, ''There is no God but God and Muhammad is the Messenger of God.''

Delingpole: UK Home Office Is as Useful as a Chocolate Teapot, Freedom of Info Request Confirms

Some of the thousands of Afghan refugees who have been resettled in the UK since the Allied withdrawal pose a security risk. It could be a few of them or it could be a lot of them but we don’t know how many because, we learn from a Freedom of Information request made by Breitbart’s Jack Montgomery, the Home Office is apparently too embarrassed to tell us, claiming it would not be in “the public interest”.

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