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Al Qaida (or most other terrrorist group) exists where US intelligence dominates. Al Qaida in US when Bush needs excuse to activate Mid-east war. That was 911 attack. Al Qaida is everywhere in Iraq to bomb innocent civilians when US occupies Iraq. Strange to say, under the Saddam regime, there was no Al Qaida. Al Qaida seems only exist where the regime being controlled by US. So we see no Al qaida in Syria and Iran. But they appear to attack ordinary people when the government either is controlled by US intelligence or supported by US intelligence. That's why you see Al Qaida attacks in US, in Afghanistan, in Pakistan, in Iraq (after it is occupied by US). Because where they are protected by the intelligence, worked as a whip to beat people. When government want money and power, they beat the people with this whip (Al Qaida terror attack) People feel hurt then give up their civil rights and money to the government. DOJ got the Patriot Act. Pentagon got fat budget and Mid-east war.

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May 5 12 7:45 PM

"Al Qaeda" executes orders given to it by the warmongers, that is true! For instance even in a place like Afghanistan "Al Qaeda" has only popped up when requested by CIA

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May 19 12 3:36 PM

So what is this "war on terror" for? US started war in the name of "war on terror", that terrorists is Al Qaeda.

Now after ten years, Al Qaeda is still in Afghanistan.

There was no Al Qaeda in Iraq (Saddam's regime). After US' invasion, there were Al Qaeda everywhere in Iraq to bombing the people. Now US withdraws from Iraq, Al Qaeda is still there.

There was no Al Qaeda heard in Gaddafi's Libya, now Al Qaeda is a force liberated Libya.

There was no Al Qaeda heard in Syria too, now it becomes part force of Syria opposition.

Al Qaeda now is everywhere in Mid-east. It becomes stronger and stronger and works with US interest.

Tell me what is this "war on terror" for? After ten years.

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May 19 12 3:42 PM

It already has been established that "War on Terror is a misnomer. It is a "War on Islam" nothing more nothing less. I have a post here in regard to "War on Islam being propagated and taught in USW Military schools and colleges.

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Jun 4 12 3:41 PM

Too narrow opinion. It's a war to rule the world.


The strategy two is to conquer oil rich countries to have their oil resources under control. So far they got Iraq, Libya and the next step is Iran.

After Iran, strategy three, it will be China. It's very clear.

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Jun 4 12 9:45 PM

I know another guy who had similar plans, his name starts with H and rhymes filler.

US is a third world country right now, how far down do you think they can get?

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Jun 18 12 6:03 PM

SPECIAL REPORT: The top secret Israeli-US program to establish “Al Qaeda”


By Wayne Madsen


Press clips gathered by the CIA and discovered in the National Archives’ stored CIA files point to an agency keenly interested in any leaks about the highly-classified CIA-Mossad program to establish Osama Bin Laden and the most radical elements of the Afghan Mujahidin as the primary leaders of the anti-Soviet rebels in the 1980s.


WMR has pored through the CIA files and a complicated picture emerges of America’s and Israel’s top intelligence agencies, in cahoots with Saudi Arabia, establishing financial links and carve out intelligence programs to provide manpower and financial support to Bin Laden and his allies in Afghanistan. It was these very elements that later created the so-called “Al Qaeda,” which the late British Foreign Secretary Robin Cook described as nothing more than a “database” of CIA front organizations, financial supporters, and field operatives. However, one component omitted by Cook in the Al Qaeda construct is the Israeli participation.

http://www.opinion-maker.org/2010/07/formation-of-al-qaida-us-israel-collaboration/


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Jun 19 12 12:46 PM

Very interesting, thank you! Well all these big wigs Bilderbergers and others are not twiddling their thumbs while they meet, they are obviously planning destruction of living humans on Earth in order to give themselves riches of it.

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Jul 2 12 4:20 PM

Bin Laden is a living plant.


In 1990, Soviet bloc collapsed. US intelligence turned its resource which used to deal with Soviet bloc to the new target - Mid-east countries which are rich in natural resource. Bin Laden, an asset of the CIA in Afghanistan war(against Russian), was revived in this new project as a false flag - Islamic extremist. He went to Sudan first in 1991.


The Sudanese offered to arrest Bin Laden and extradite him to Saudi Arabia .


http://www.infowars.com/saved%20pages/Prior_Knowledge/Clinton_let_bin_laden.htm



Saudi and US didn't take the offer with various excuse because Bin Laden is a living plant they deployed there.


In 1995, Bin Laden tried to set up a connection with Saddam but was refused.


  Exhaustive review finds no link between Saddam, al Qaida


A September 2006 report by the Senate Intelligence Committee concluded that Saddam was "distrustful of al Qaida and viewed Islamic extremists as a threat to his regime, refusing all requests from al Qaida to provide material or operational support."


The Senate report, citing an FBI debriefing of a senior Iraqi spy, Faruq Hijazi , said that Saddam turned down a request for assistance by bin Laden which he made at a 1995 meeting in Sudan with an Iraqi operative.


http://news.yahoo.com/s/mcclatchy/20080310/wl_mcclatchy/2875005



Sudan may have felt the danger to accomodate Bin Laden. In May 1996, the Sudanese asked bin Laden to leave. He went to Afghan and stay there until now.


In August 1998, Sudan and Afghanistan were bombed by US missiles.


In 2001, after 911, Afghan, facing US invasion, made an offer but failed.


Bush rejects Taliban offer to hand Bin Laden over

 * Taliban demand evidence of Bin Laden's guilt


guardian.co.uk, Sunday 14 October 2001 22.19 BST


http://www.politic.co.uk/18142-remember-osama.html 



In Bin Laden's recent 20 years, the countries he went or tried to go, have something in common: They all have rich natural resources. Sudan and Iraq have oil. Afghan has rich mine. '

 


Afghanistan to develop $3 trillion in mining potential

DUBAI | Mon Oct 25, 2010 12:14pm

http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE69O3JP20101025 



He didn't go to Yemen, Somali or Syria for his "revolution" because they are resource poor countries, not in US interest list.  He didn't go to Saudi or Kuwait. Because they are US allies. He only went to Sudan, Afghan, or Iraq (intended to) because these three countries were not controlled by US at that time. As a living plant, he gave US the excuse to activate attack on these three countries. (Even Saddam realized that Bin Laden was a dangerous living plant and rejected him, Iraq at last was invaded with an unexisted WMD)


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Jul 30 12 4:18 PM

Al-Qaeda leader publicly sides with Syrian opposition

patrick martin

JERUSALEM— From Monday's Globe and Mail

Published Sunday, Feb. 12, 2012


http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/world/al-qaeda-leader-publicly-sides-with-syrian-opposition/article2335864/

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Jul 30 12 7:23 PM

I do not agree with assertion that Zawahiri is a Leader of Al Qaeda,  and that he has pull enough to "order" it fighters around, mainly because Al Qaeda as an organized entity has never existed, even its name "Al Qaeda" in Arabic means "to sit down", in some areas in Arab world it means to sit down on the toilet. Mossad/CIA have named any opposition to their regime as "terrorist" and have used "Al Qaeda" to describe the the mysterious organization uniting them.

Just like you said before, "conquest of the world" is their aim and they use people, language and organizations as puppets to these ends

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Aug 14 12 2:03 PM

German Intelligence: "al-Qaeda" All Over Syria


2012-07-25




 

   By John Rosenthal


German intelligence estimates that "around 90" terror attacks that "can be attributed to organizations that are close to al-Qaeda or jihadist groups" were carried out in Syria between the end of December and the beginning of July, as reported by the German daily Die Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ). This was revealed by the German government in a response to a parliamentary question.


http://en.ammonnews.net/article.aspx?articleNO=17300


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Aug 14 12 6:59 PM

This most certainly makes me laugh, "close to El Qaeda", "jihadist gtoups"? What does all this mean?  Do they not know who is fighting them? Or they know but they pretend it is someone else?
The truth of the matter is if they do not know who their opponents are, after all these years, they may as well call them anything they like!

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Aug 28 12 12:45 PM

US Treasury Confirms that Al Qaeda Runs Syrian "Rebellion"

by Tony Cartalucci
Global Research, July 27, 2012

US fails to sell militants in Syria as "freedom fighters," tells truth for pretext to liquidate monsters of their own creation.

The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) in its article, "Al Qaeda's War for Syria," cited officials from the US Treasury Department stating, "Al Qaeda in Syria (often operating as the "Al Nusra Front for the People of the Levant") is using traffickers—some ideologically aligned, some motivated by money—to secure routes through Turkey and Iraq for foreign fighters, most of whom are from the Middle East and North Africa. A growing number of donors from the Persian Gulf and Levant appear to be sending financial support."

This undercuts the West's year and a half-long narrative that Syria's violence was the result of a so-called "uprising" by the people of Syria. While the WJS attempts to downplay this admission by claiming, "al Qaeda makes up a small part of the resistance movement," it concedes that, "its strength appears to be rising." In reality, it was Al Qaeda militants from the very beginning, and the only aspect of the conflict "rising" is public awareness of this fact.

Since 2007, US Aided and Abetted Al Qaeda Affiliates Against Syria 
A Foreign Invasion, not a Rebellion

The WSJ's article begins with the sentence, "the United States and its allies should consider opening a second front in the Syrian war. In addition to helping end Bashar Assad's rule, there is a growing need to conduct a covert campaign against al Qaeda and other extremist groups gaining a presence in the country."

West Used Al Qaeda in Afghanistan and Libya, Is Using Al Qaeda Now in Syria

http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=32083

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Aug 31 12 4:06 PM

Sometimes I wonder where does the money come from to finance all these thugs. Last I checked the gasoline delivered to US troops is $17 per gallon, and I am sure that the thugs US hires do not come cheap. They are not stupid. No wonder Mitt the Twit does not want to spend the cash on social services and Medicare.

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Sep 25 12 1:08 PM

Al-Qaeda Leader Strikes Deal With U.S., Saudis To Send 5,000 Fighters to Syria

Yemeni Jihadist personally trained by Bin Laden
Paul Joseph Watson
 Prison Planet.com
 Monday, September 3, 2012
 
A militant who fought alongside Osama Bin Laden in Afghanistan and is now the leader of a group affiliated with Al-Qaeda in South Yemen has struck a deal with the United States and Saudi Arabia to send 5,000 Al-Qaeda fighters into Syria according to reports out of the Middle East.

Tariq al-Fadhli, jihadist leader of the Southern Yemen insurgency and a man personally trained by Bin Laden, has successfully negotiated with U.S. and Saudi officials to send 5,000 jihadist fighters via Turkey to aid Syrian rebels in the attempted overthrow of President Bashar Al-Assad, reports AlAlam. The report was also picked up by AdenAlghad.net.

http://www.prisonplanet.com/al-qaeda-leader-strikes-deal-with-u-s-saudis-to-send-5000-fighters-to-syria.html

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Oct 9 12 4:49 PM

Al Qaeda leader urges support for ousting Syria's Assad

Reuters – Thu, Sep 13, 2012.


DUBAI (Reuters) - Al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahri has called on all Muslims to back the rebels in Syria, saying the overthrow of President Bashar al-Assad would bring them closer to the ultimate goal of defeating Israel, according to an audio recording posted on the Internet on Thursday.


http://news.yahoo.com/al-qaeda-leader-urges-support-ousting-syrias-assad-115939241.html

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Oct 23 12 3:31 PM

Bin Laden is a living plant.


In 1990, Soviet bloc collapsed. US intelligence turned its resource which used to deal with Soviet bloc to the new target - Mid-east countries which are rich in natural resource. Bin Laden, an asset of the CIA in Afghanistan war(against Russian), was revived in this new project as a false flag - Islamic extremist. He went to Sudan first in 1991.


The Sudanese offered to arrest Bin Laden and extradite him to Saudi Arabia .


http://www.infowars.com/saved%20pages/Prior_Knowledge/Clinton_let_bin_laden.htm



Saudi and US didn't take the offer with various excuse because Bin Laden is a living plant they deployed there.


In 1995, Bin Laden tried to set up a connection with Saddam but was refused.


  Exhaustive review finds no link between Saddam, al Qaida


A September 2006 report by the Senate Intelligence Committee concluded that Saddam was "distrustful of al Qaida and viewed Islamic extremists as a threat to his regime, refusing all requests from al Qaida to provide material or operational support."


The Senate report, citing an FBI debriefing of a senior Iraqi spy, Faruq Hijazi , said that Saddam turned down a request for assistance by bin Laden which he made at a 1995 meeting in Sudan with an Iraqi operative.


http://news.yahoo.com/s/mcclatchy/20080310/wl_mcclatchy/2875005



Sudan may have felt the danger to accomodate Bin Laden. In May 1996, the Sudanese asked bin Laden to leave. He went to Afghan and stay there until now.


In August 1998, Sudan and Afghanistan were bombed by US missiles.


In 2001, after 911, Afghan, facing US invasion, made an offer but failed.


Bush rejects Taliban offer to hand Bin Laden over

 * Taliban demand evidence of Bin Laden's guilt


guardian.co.uk, Sunday 14 October 2001 22.19 BST


http://www.politic.co.uk/18142-remember-osama.html 



In Bin Laden's recent 20 years, the countries he went or tried to go, have something in common: They all have rich natural resources. Sudan and Iraq have oil. Afghan has rich mine. '

 


Afghanistan to develop $3 trillion in mining potential

DUBAI | Mon Oct 25, 2010 12:14pm

http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE69O3JP20101025 



He didn't go to Yemen, Somali or Syria for his "revolution" because they are resource poor countries, not in US interest list.  He didn't go to Saudi or Kuwait. Because they are US allies. He only went to Sudan, Afghan, or Iraq (intended to) because these three countries were not controlled by US at that time. As a living plant, he gave US the excuse to activate attack on these three countries. (Even Saddam realized that Bin Laden was a dangerous living plant and rejected him, Iraq at last was invaded with an unexisted WMD)

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Nov 6 12 3:15 PM

Gimmick: Bin Laden's death

When Pentagon admits it has no photo evidence of Bin Laden's death. I wonder what those high ranking government officials were watching in situation room? Was it just another gimmick to fool people?

 


Pentagon admits it has no photo evidence of Bin Laden's death Special
 
Elliott By Elliott Freeman
May 1, 2012 - yesterday in Politics

 
Pentagon officials recently disclosed to the Associated Press (AP) that they could not find any photo or video evidence to confirm that Al Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden was killed in the Navy Seal raid in Pakistan a year ago.

AP has submitted more than 20 requests for information surrounding the raid on Bin Laden’s Abbottabad compound to the U.S. Government under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).

In response to the request for visual evidence of Bin Laden’s death, the Pentagon stated that it could not find any pictures or video footage of the raid itself or of Bin Laden’s dead body. It also told AP it could not locate any images of Bin Laden’s body that were taken on the U.S.S. Carl Vinson, the Navy aircraft carrier that reportedly lowered him into the sea after his death.

In addition, the Pentagon admitted that it could not find an autopsy report, death certificate or results of a DNA identification test for Bin Laden, in spite of claims made by President Obama and reported by CBC News that a DNA test was performed.

Read more: http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/323364#ixzz1tkGArVgD

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