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Invasion of Iraq: Mission Accomplished: Al-CIA-duh Leaves Iraq|
Posted on Saturday, April 15 @ 20:05:23 UTC
Topic: Iraqis Protest
By Kurt Nimmo, kurtnimmo.com |
"Al Qaeda in Iraq and its presumed leader, Abu Musab Zarqawi, have conceded strategic defeat and are on their way out of the country, a top U.S. military official contended yesterday," reports the Moonie, er Washington Times. "They no longer view Iraq as fertile ground to establish a caliphate and as a place to conduct international terrorism," Lt. Gen. John R. Vines, who commands the XVIII Airborne Corps, said in an address at the neocon Washington Institute for Near East Policy, a criminal organization joined at the hip with the likes of the Project for the New American Century and the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs, criminal syndicates responsible for the intellectual basis behind the murder of a couple hundred thousand Iraqis and Afghans. Lt. Gen. Vines made his comment "as news broke that coalition and Iraqi forces had killed an associate of Osama bin Laden's during an early morning raid near Abu Ghraib about two weeks ago." Rafid Ibrahim Fattah aka Abu Umar al Kurdi was supposedly a "liaison" between "al-Qaeda," the Taliban, and other "Pakistani-based extremists" (that is to say Pakistani intelligence created extremists). Al-Kurdi "had ties with the Muslim Brotherhood, formed while he was in Iran and Pakistan, and joined the jihad in Afghanistan in 1989, the military said." In other words, he was a CIA, Pakistani and British intelligence asset.
Now that Iraq is pitched in a bloody "civil war" (engineered social and cultural destruction), no longer is there a need for "al-Qaeda" to be in the country, soon to be three separate balkanized statelets. According to Gen. Vines, "foreign extremists" are "looking for more fertile ground," presumably Iran, the next target on the neocon hit list. It should come as no surprise that al-Kurdi was spotted in Iran, a "fact" the Moonie Times made sure to mention. Back in 2004, the Bush nine eleven whitewash commission concluded "that al Qaeda's relationship with Tehran and its client, the Hezbollah militant group, was long-standing and included cooperation on operations," according to the CIA's favorite newspaper, the Washington Post. The whitewash commission report "also details previously unknown links between the two, including the revelation that as many as 10 of the Sept. 11 hijackers may have passed through Iran in late 2000 and early 2001 because Iranian border guards were instructed to let al Qaeda associates travel freely." In other words, Iran had a role in nine eleven, as did Saddam, never mind that the tenuous and fantastical connection between Saddam and "al-Qaeda" was completely discredited as nonsense. "There were a lot more active contacts, frankly, with Iran and with Pakistan than there were with Iraq," declared nine eleven whitewash honcho Thomas Keane, a "bagman for Saudi interests," as Chris Floyd writes, and "an oil business partner of Osama bin Laden's financier and brother-in-law, Saudi magnate Khalid bin Mahfouz." But pay no attention to the man behind the curtain... he is but a lever-pusher for the Great and Mighty Oz.
Meanwhile, according to a recent USA Today/CNN/Gallup poll, nearly half of surveyed Americans believe "their government should mind its own business internationally," reports Yahoo News. "Amid growing opposition to the US-led war in Iraq, the number of Americans who think the United States 'should mind its own business internationally and let other countries get along as best they can on their own,' has risen from 33 percent to 46 percent over the past three years, the poll said," thus reflecting George Washington's warning that the country should avoid foreign entanglements. Such "opens the door to foreign influence and corruption," Washington said in his Farewell Address. It is precisely the "foreign influence and corruption" of the Straussian neocons, AIPAC, and the neoliberal globalists, who believe the originating ideals of the United States and the Constitution need to be destroyed in the relentless march to a world totalitarian government.
Considering such a large number of Americans agree with Washington and the founders, one has to ask if they are now willing to act on their belief and demand their hijacked government stop mucking around in the Middle East. On October 21, 1967, 70,000 demonstrators came to Washington to "Confront the War Makers." 50,000 of them surrounded the Pentagon and more than a few engaged in civil disobedience.
I believe we need a repeat of this action.
But I don't know if the American people are up to it.
Reprinted from: http://kurtnimmo.com/?p=336
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