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How al-Qaeda Became An American Ally In ‘The War On Terror’

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Saudi Arabia has ‘clear link’ to UK extremism, report says

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Why Americans Don’t Understand Terrorism

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Humongous ISIS convoy allowed to escape Raqqa to fight the Syrian Army instead

ISIS forces prepare for battle in Iraq. Islamic State militants

by Joe Giambrone

Their message to us was ‘We’ve created this movement, and we can control it.’ It’s not that we don’t want the Salafis to throw bombs; it’s who they throw them at—Hezbollah, Moqtada al-Sadr, Iran, and at the Syrians, if they continue to work with Hezbollah and Iran.”
-Seymour Hersh, The Redirection, 2007

We live in an invisible empire, and so the mechanics of the empire are never openly discussed with the rabble. Americans don’t comprehend how power actually works across the planet that their country seeks to control. They live from momentary headline to headline without any honest, in-depth analysis of why events like the Manchester bombing occur and keep occurring.

When it comes to terrorism it is dire, urgent, and desperate that the public understand, if anything is to change. But it certainly appears that Americans never will. Perhaps Britons may, and then lead the effort to stop it.

In the United States, a bigoted faction demonizes all Muslims. That faction calls for more weapons and for their own wanton terror to be perpetrated everywhere. An opposing faction absolves all Muslims and calls for peace and reconciliation… with suicide bombers? The two sides mindlessly shout clichés back and forth at one another in a cacophony, and they drown out the larger global issues that have transpired for many years. The public is thus rendered impotent, irrelevant and ignored: divided and conquered.

Gross historical ignorance leads to this inability to see what should be glaringly obvious: the deep state—covert intelligence agencies operating in secret—play a “double game.” They are in bed with terrorists, whom they see as useful proxies. The terrorists do their dirty work for them in places like Libya, Syria, Chechnya and Dagestan.

Americans are largely incapable of comprehending what a proxy is. It’s one level too abstract. Ask people on the street about such matters, and the results would be akin to the 64% who cannot even find North Korea on a map. Korea’s location is in no way a secret, and the government doesn’t officially deny its existence.

The corporate media has been criminal in distracting the public from the role of western allied intelligence agencies in these terror games. Despite the decade-long Afghanistan Jihad against the Soviets, the similarities of multiple current conflicts do not make it onto the evening news shows. This default censorship extends into so-called “alternative” media too. There is an unspoken air of collusion with intelligence in the United States. Some matters, for example Operation Gladio, are simply never, ever brought up. That chapter has been tossed down Orwell’s Memory Hole.

Just what is a “proxy” and “proxy war?”

The Cambridge Dictionary says:

a war fought between groups or smaller countries that each represent the interests of other larger powers, and may have help and support from these.”

Al Qaeda has been a proxy for US, Saudi and Pakistani interests since at least 1979, when Jimmy Carter’s CIA began aiding them and setting up the largest logistical support network in its history: Operation Cyclone. While official government claims mislead the public into assuming that the relationship ended in the late 1980s, it did not.

Al Qaeda maintains relationships with US allies, notably Saudi Arabia and Pakistan (where bin Laden lived for a decade and Ayman Zawahiri is assumed to be right now). Other states in the Persian Gulf region such as Qatar, Kuwait and Turkey are also implicated. These nations receive US arms and US protection. Although they are repeatedly exposed for aiding and abetting Al Qaeda and associated groups operating under various names, these countries are tolerated and rewarded by US administrations and other Western powers

This absurdity can only continue because of the gross ignorance and the distractibility of western populations.

Saudis Bankroll Taliban, Even as King Officially Supports Afghan Government”
-NY Times, Dec. 6 2016

The Manchester bombing produced some uncharacteristically revealing news reports in the UK, but these are censored to US audiences. US media is more tightly controlled, apparently, when it comes to the shenanigans of western intelligence services protecting terrorists.

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Here is what we learned about Manchester:

One of the friends who called the anti-terrorism hotline about one of the London Bridge attackers said, “’He was not arrested and was allowed to keep his passport. I did my bit, I know a lot of other people did their bit, but the authorities did not do their bit.”

Previously, and related, a radical Muslim cleric named Anjem Choudary was protected from arrest by MI5 for nearly twenty years!

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EXPLOSIVE INVESTIGATION
‘Sorted’ by MI5: How UK government sent British-Libyans to fight Gaddafi

Fighters say government operated ‘open door’ policy allowing them to join rebels, as authorities investigate background of Manchester bomber

 

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NATO member country Bulgaria supporting terrorism. “Regular supplies” through SAUDI ARABIA.

 

The Double Game

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Isis faces exodus of foreign fighters as its ‘caliphate’ crumbles

Hey, guess what happens after ISISland is no more? 

Some of us have been sounding the alarm for a long, long time, only to be ignored as Al Qaeda is rebranded with new names and handed Oscars!

The US and its gang of mass murdering “allies” created the terror problem because it has a two-fold benefit (to them).

  1. They may destroy Syria (and other targeted states) on their behalf, and do the dirty work for them.
  2. If they fail, then the west can pretend it’s against terrorism again, and go in in order to stop the monsters they armed and funded.

Additional benefits for the Gulf tyrannies: they get to ship off their wild-eyed radicals to Syria so they don’t blow up shit in Saudi Arabia and Qatar.

That’s not how the corporate news informs its readers though. You have to make the connections yourself.

Guardian:

Large numbers of foreign fighters and sympathisers are abandoning Islamic State and trying to enter Turkey

The paper then pretends that Turkey is trying to stop them, and that they are the good guys, ignoring years of revelations to the contrary. You can ignore the Guardian piece, as it’s mostly concerned with two Brits, and not with the realities since 2011.

Here’s how I ended my 2015 piece:

It also needs to be mentioned that German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere has admitted: 760 German citizens have joined ISIS and 200 of them have returned home to Germany. Earlier this year it was reported that 100,000 fake Turkish passports had gone to ISIS fighters.

Turkey remains the headquarters and logistical center of ISIS. The west, NATO, and their Gulf tyranny partners, have opened Pandora’s Box. It still hangs wide open.

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It’s like The Fucking Twilight Zone…

The New York Times tells us that the Saudi Arabian government funds the Taliban, whom the US has supposedly been at war with for 15 years!!!

Saudis Bankroll Taliban, Even as King Officially Supports Afghan Government

Saudi Arabia is critical because of its unique position in the Afghan conflict: It is on both sides.

We are beyond satire, beyond parody. It’s matter of fact, routine now, insanity on the pages of the news as if it’s normal.

How can anyone tolerate a government in bed with those who fund its official enemies, whom the military is actively fighting against?

Anyone?

Is this thing on?

 

 

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Saudis and Extremism: ‘Both
the Arsonists and the Firefighters’

 

Remember that the 9/11 attacks were fifteen long years ago. And magically, nothing gets done in Washington about Saudi Arabia and Wahabbism…

 

The first American diplomat to serve as envoy to Muslim communities around the world visited 80 countries and concluded that the Saudi influence was destroying tolerant Islamic traditions. “If the Saudis do not cease what they are doing,” the official, Farah Pandith, wrote last year, “there must be diplomatic, cultural and economic consequences.”

There must be, but there aren’t. Some call it Treason.

Why ISIS Exists: The Double Game

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Anjem Choudary

MI5 stopped Scotland Yard taking Choudary down, sources claim

 

This is why terrorism has expanded exponentially. Western intelligence protects terrorists ALL THE FUCKING TIME. They play a game in the shadows, because no one will stop them. It is Plan A. They need enemies to “protect” you from, and that part should be obvious by now. As a two-fer, these enemies often do the desired dirty work such as blowing up Syrian government forces and creating havoc in that country.

UK Telegraph:

Met counter-terror officers often felt they enough evidence to build a case against the radicalising cleric, only to be told to hang fire by MI5, because he was crucial to one of their on-going investigations, a source has claimed.

…But following his conviction it was revealed that the 49-year-old former lawyer had been linked to at least 15 terror plots dating back as far as 2001.

Police also believe he has connections to as many as 500 of the 850 young British Muslims, who have travelled to Syria to join the ranks of Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (Isil).

 

He was a central node in sending Muslim terrorists to Syria to form ISIS and other terrorist groups. This is British government policy exposed. They could have arrested him repeatedly since 9/11 and since the London bombings of 2005! But chose not to.

More than ever, the public needs to understand this:
Why ISIS Exists – The Double Game

 

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State Dept Excuses Syria Rebel Group Over Terror Attacks

“First of all, there’s a lot of vetting of the Syrian moderate opposition that has already taken place, and it’s not just by the US,” Toner insisted, adding that one incident here and there would not necessarily make you a terrorist group.”

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