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Scripting Our Enemy: How the West Created Al Qaeda as Excuse to Conquer Middle East

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English: Hamid Mir interviewing Osama bin Lade...

English: Hamid Mir interviewing Osama bin Laden for Daily Pakistan in 1997 behind them on the wall is an AKS-74U carbine. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Ever wonder why the mightiest alliance of technologically advanced nations in the history of mankind has been “defeated” by a group of cave-dwelling, sometimes nomadic “terrorists” who loosely operate under the umbrella of Al Qaeda? The answer is: the West was never defeated by Al Qaeda because we actually created them as the perfect pretext for not only entering one Arabic nation after another in the Middle East, but also as a perfect excuse for spying on every single country on the planet, and their leaders (link here).

To understand how Al Qaeda came to be, we have to recall the Crusades. The real purpose of the Crusades was to conquer Jerusalem to give a homeland to the Jews, who had a troubled history in European and Middle Eastern kingdoms. At various times, Christian kingdoms had the upper hand over the Muslim kingdoms, and vice versa. Both sides grew wary of war, so the Jerusalem project pretty much failed to accomplish it’s goal. So the Shadow Government (referred to as “Mystery Babylon the Great” in the Book of Revelation) behind both sides needed a better plan to conquer Jerusalem and keep it’s Arabic neighbors in a constant state of unrest and eventual domination. A New World Order was needed to migrate religious-based kingdoms into secular, weaker secular governments that can be more easily manipulated to fight each other not only militarily, but economically and socially as well. Hence came the many revolutions in Europe and Asia starting with the “Glorious Revolution” of 1688 in England, and most notably the French, American, Ottoman, Russian, Japanese and Chinese revolutions later.

Pete Souza, Official White House Photographer

Pete Souza, Official White House Photographer (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Fast forward to the Iranian Revolutions of  1950s to the 1970s and the anti-Russian campaign in the Afghanistan wars of the 1970s, which came after the Arab-Israeli wars from 1948 on. The Iranian Revolutions provided a perfect weakening of an Islamic state so that the West could create its Frankensteinian freak of nature we now know as Al Qaeda. As we did with Russia in the years leading up to the 1905 Russian-Japanese War and later War World I, where the American press influenced our leaders to flip flop from being allies with Russia to enemies overnight, the propaganda machine of the West influenced public policy to declare Saddam Hussein’s Iraq to be our friend against Iran. Muslim extremists in Afghanistan were trained by the West to fight against Russia (much like the Syrian rebels have been financed by the West against Assad’s Syria). We would later flip flop on Saddam Hussein after mysteriously accusing him of gassing his own people with chemical weapons supplied by the West. And those Muslim extremists we trained to fight Russia would later become Al Qaeda.

Official history would have us believe that the U.S. entered the Afghanistan campaign only after Russia invaded Afghanistan. Not so, says veteran foreign policy official Zbigniew Brzezinski. He advised then President Carter not to support extremists in Afghanistan as it would provoke Russia to intervene. As with all presidents in Washington, the Shadow Government pressured him to meddle with Afghanistan five months before Russia would eventually invade. In the American press, the extremists were called Freedom Fighters and “victims” of oppression (sound familiar to the Syrian campaign?).

Years later, in 1985, the Associate Press reported on a company called Friends of Afghanistan which received $500,000 to create a propaganda machine to influence the world, mainly the West, of their struggle for freedom from oppression by Russia. Zbigniew Brzezinski himself was involved with this company, so he would know quite a bit about its real objective: to keep the war with Russia going by any means necessary to avoid peace. A foremost and wealthy leading figure of the mujahedeen fighting against Russia in Afghanistan was none other than Osama bin Laden. Osama and Brzezinski actually met and took pictures with each other in 1979. Brzezinski assured the mujahedeen of their eventual victory as “God is on your side.”

It has been well documented by mainstream Western news sources that Osama bin Laden was backed and funded by the CIA and Western intelligence. Here’s what the BBC had to say in 2004:


Al-Qaeda, meaning “the base”, was created in 1989 as Soviet forces withdrew from Afghanistan and Osama Bin Laden and his colleagues began looking for new jihads.

The organisation grew out of the network of Arab volunteers who had gone to Afghanistan in the 1980s to fight under the banner of Islam against Soviet Communism.

During the anti-Soviet jihad Bin Laden and his fighters received American and Saudi funding. Some analysts believe Bin Laden himself had security training from the CIA.

The “Arab Afghans”, as they became known, were battle-hardened and highly motivated.

In the early 1990s Al-Qaeda operated in Sudan. After 1996 its headquarters and about a dozen training camps moved to Afghanistan, where Bin Laden forged a close relationship with the Taleban.

The US campaign in Afghanistan starting in late 2001 dispersed the organisation and drove it underground as its personnel were attacked and its bases and training camps destroyed. 

Cells across the world

The organisation is thought to operate in 40 to 50 countries, not only in the Middle East and Asia but in North America and Europe.

In western Europe there have been known or suspected cells in London, Hamburg, Milan and Madrid. These have been important centres for recruitment, fundraising and planning operations.

For training, the group favours lawless areas where it can operate freely and in secret.

These are believed to have included Somalia, Yemen and Chechnya, as well as mountainous areas of Afghanistan.

There have been reports of a secret training camp on one of the islands of Indonesia.

Unlike the tightly-knit groups of the past, such as the Red Brigades in Italy or the Abu Nidal group in the Middle East, al-Qaeda is loosely knit. It operates across continents as a chain of interlocking networks.

Individual groups or cells appear to have a high degree of autonomy, raising their own money, often through petty crime, and making contact with other groups only when necessary.

There are plenty of other sources confirming the creation of Al Qaeda by the CIA and the West. Former British Foreign Secretary Robin Cook also confirmed the link:


Shortly before his untimely death, former British Foreign Secretary Robin Cook told the House of Commons that “Al Qaeda” is not really a terrorist group but a database of international mujaheddin and arms smugglers used by the CIA and Saudis to funnel guerrillas, arms, and money into Soviet-occupied Afghanistan. Courtesy of World Affairs, a journal based in New Delhi, WMR can bring you an important excerpt from an Apr.-Jun. 2004 article by Pierre-Henry Bunel, a former agent for French military intelligence. 

The same source of this info on Mr. Cook, Global Research, would go on to say:

In the early 1980s the Islamic Bank for Development, which is located in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, like the Permanent Secretariat of the Islamic Conference Organization, bought a new computerized system to cope with its accounting and communication requirements. At the time the system was more sophisticated than necessary for their actual needs.

It was decided to use a part of the system’s memory to host the Islamic Conference’s database. It was possible for the countries attending to access the database by telephone: an Intranet, in modern language. The governments of the member-countries as well as some of their embassies in the world were connected to that network.

[According to a Pakistani major] the database was divided into two parts, the information file where the participants in the meetings could pick up and send information they needed, and the decision file where the decisions made during the previous sessions were recorded and stored. In Arabic, the files were called, ‘Q eidat il-Maaloomaat’ and ‘Q eidat i-Taaleemaat.’ Those two files were kept in one file called in Arabic ‘Q eidat ilmu’ti’aat’ which is the exact translation of the English word database. But the Arabs commonly used the short word Al Qaida which is the Arabic word for “base.” The military air base of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia is called ‘q eidat ‘riyadh al ‘askariya.’ Q eida means “a base” and “Al Qaida” means “the base.”

In the mid-1980s, Al Qaida was a database located in computer and dedicated to the communications of the Islamic Conference’s secretariat.

In the early 1990s, I was a military intelligence officer in the Headquarters of the French Rapid Action Force. Because of my skills in Arabic my job was also to translate a lot of faxes and letters seized or intercepted by our intelligence services . . . We often got intercepted material sent by Islamic networks operating from the UK or from Belgium.

These documents contained directions sent to Islamic armed groups in Algeria or in France. The messages quoted the sources of statements to be exploited in the redaction of the tracts or leaflets, or to be introduced in video or tapes to be sent to the media. The most commonly quoted sources were the United Nations, the non-aligned countries, the UNHCR and . . . Al Qaida.

Al Qaida remained the data base of the Islamic Conference. Not all member countries of the Islamic Conference are ‘rogue states’ and many Islamic groups could pick up information from the databases. It was but natural for Osama Bin Laden to be connected to this network. He is a member of an important family in the banking and business world.

Of course, on this site, we reported how Al Nusra in Syria is an Al Qaeda linked group backed and financed by the U.S. and other Western allies to weaken Syria, and then Iran, to create a more Israel-friendly Middle East. The time has long past for the U.S. and the West to end the destructive Al Qaeda false flag machination and allow the Middle East to return to the relative peace it had before the Ottoman Empire was sabotaged from the 1870s to the 1910s.


Written by voiceoftruthusa

October 27, 2013 at 3:44 pm

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