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Not One In 1,000 Americans Has Noticed... We're now fighting alongside Al Qaeda

What You Should Know about this "Unthinkable" Development...
The "War On Terror" Has Changed, and Not One In 1,000 Americans Has Noticed... We're now fighting alongside Al Qaeda.

Original post here: http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2012/07/weve-always-been-at-war-with-eastasia-allies-with-al-qaeda.html

In George Orwell's novel 1984, the country of Oceania has been in a war against Eurasia for years.

Oceania suddenly switches sides, naming Eastasia as its enemy and making its mortal enemy, Eurasia, its new ally.

The government uses propaganda to convince people that, "We've always been at war with Eastasia". The dumbed-down public doesn't even notice that they've switches sides, and blindly rallies around Eurasia as its perennial friend and ally.

The same thing is happening in real life with Al Qaeda.

Western governments and mainstream media have admitted that Al Qaeda is fighting against the secular Syrian government, and that the West is supporting the Syrian opposition ... which is helping Al Qaeda.

Similarly, the opposition which overthrew Libya's Gadaffi was mainly Al Qaeda ... and they now appear to be in control of Libya (and are instrumental in fighting in Syria.)

The U.S. also funds terrorist groups within Iran.

Of course, Al Qaeda was blamed for 9/11, and the entire decades-long "War on Terror" was premised on rooting out Al Qaeda and related groups.

So the fact that we now consider Al Qaeda fighters to be allies in any way, shape or form is positively Orwellian.

Remember, as Jimmy Carter's National Security Adviser admitted on CNN, we organized and supported Bin Laden and the other originators of "Al Qaeda" in the 1970s to fight the Soviets. (he also told the Senate in 2007 that the war on terror is "a mythical historical narrative". )

As professor of strategy at the Naval War College and former National Security Agency intelligence analyst and counterintelligence officer John R. Schindler documents, the U.S. supported Bin Laden and other Al Qaeda terrorists in Bosnia.

But obviously we lost control and they turned against us ... and then it took us years to hunt down and kill Bin Laden. Right?

Maybe, but:

  • A retired Colonel and Fox News military analyst said:

    "We know, with a 70 percent level of certainty ? which is huge in the world of intelligence ? that in August of 2007, bin Laden was in a convoy headed south from Tora Bora. We had his butt, on camera, on satellite. We were listening to his conversations. We had the world's best hunters/killers ? Seal Team 6 ? nearby. We had the world class Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) coordinating with the CIA and other agencies. We had unmanned drones overhead with missiles on their wings; we had the best Air Force on the planet, begging to drop one on the terrorist. We had him in our sights; we had done it ... .Unbelievably, and in my opinion, criminally, we did not kill Usama bin Laden."

  • A United States Congressman claims that the Bush administration intentionally let Bin Laden escape in order to justify the Iraq war

The shenanigans started even before 9/11:

  • Attacks on the Twin Towers with planes were foreseen for years, but the U.S. did nothing to stop them.
  • A high-level military intelligence officer says that his unit - tasked with tracking Bin Laden prior to 9/11 - was pulled off the task, and their warnings that the World Trade Center and Pentagon were being targeted were ignored
  • The CIA may have helped many of the 9/11 hijackers get their visas to the U.S.


We've always been at war with Eastasia ...

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that is a very misleading headline 10.Aug.2012 19:19


In conflicts with multiple actors (state sponsored and otherwise), there will inevitably be various groups who happen to favor similar outcomes despite having ideological differences.

This happened in Libya. It happened in Iraq, Yugoslavia, etc. Basically any conflict you can think of.

If both Al Queda and the US are interested in regime change in Syria, that does not mean they are "fighting alongside" each other in any way. It simply means they each hope to be the ones holding the reins when the dust settles.

Osama bin Laden was a CIA puppet and Al Qaeda are CIA/NATO mercenaries. 12.Mar.2013 11:55

Al Qaeda is CIA

Osama bin Laden was an agent and a puppet of the CIA. Osama bin Laden died in Afghanistan during the winter of 2001-2, and the posthumous videos and audios attributed to Osama bin Laden are forgeries produced by the CIA. The Abbottabad raid by the US Navy Seals was a hoax.

Al Qaeda is a group of international mercenaries who are organized, funded, and directed by the CIA and NATO to conduct assassinations, false-flag attacks, and phoney insurgencies or "revolutions" in an effort to destabilize nations and overthrow governments that are targeted by the CIA and NATO. Al Qaeda mercenaries have served NATO and the CIA in the Balkans (Kosovo, etceteras), against Gaddafi in Libya, and now against Assad in Syria.

In the aftermath of the CIA-supported "Jasmine Revolution" in Tunisia, that country has become a staging ground for the NAT0/CIA-led mercenaries; recently 132 NAT0/CIA mercenaries carrying Tunisian passports or identifications were killed in Syria.
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The African Embassy Bombings; the USS Cole bombing; the 9/11 attacks on the WTC and the Pentagon; the Bali, Madrid, and London 7/7 bombings; and the Mumbai 2008 attack were all perpetrated by the CIA, in collusion with its agents and its allies. Since 9/11/2001, the FBI in the USA and the MI5 and MI6 in the UK have provocateured many "terrorist plots" which exploited naive and incompetent Moslem youths as patsies. The "War on Terrorism" is actually a US/NATO/Israeli war of aggression for dominance and control of the resource-rich Middle East, Africa, and South Asia.