"Opinions have caused more ills than the plague or earthquakes on this little globe of ours." - Voltaire.It is a plain fact that Al-Qaeda is a proxy army that was invented by the CIA to intimidate the American people into giving up their rights and constitution and to serve as a justification for the American and Israeli wars of conquest in the Middle East.
This sounds crazy on the surface because of the U.S. government's assertion that Al-Qaeda is a strategic threat to the United States and that it was responsible for the 9/11 attacks. But ask yourself what is more crazier: thinking for yourself or trusting the government?
Why is it considered insane to question government narratives and statements? Since when did the U.S. government become God?
The media's blackout of scientific and eyewitness evidence that proves the CIA and Mossad coordinated the 9/11 attacks from the shadows should make anyone who has an independent mind to dig deeper and ask questions.
Historian Webster G. Tarpley said on Infowars Nightly News on September 28, 2011 that, "what we've learned in Libya is that Al-Qaeda is the CIA Arab legion, it always has been, it always will be."
Tarpley says the CIA speaks through Al-Qaeda, so technically speaking there is no "Al-Qaeda." It is an imaginary terrorist threat that was created to keep Americans docile and afraid.
The links between Western intelligence agencies and radical Islamist groups emerged in the war against Gaddafi. Back in March, The Telegraph reported that the rebels in Libya had deep connections to Al-Qaeda. These seasoned Al-Qaeda soldiers were financed and trained by the Western powers to do their dirty work in countries like Libya that oppose the arrogant banksters' plan for world hegemony.
America was conquered by the parasitic banksters in 1913 when the tyrannical Federal Reserve was created. The American government lost its independence and sovereignty overnight to the same group of thieves that America went to war against in 1776.
A century after the creation of the Fed, America is a country possessed by fantasies, deceptions, and delusions, where reality is whatever the government and media say it is.
National illusions and mythic narratives are religiously maintained by the priests of power in Washington. The voice of the American people was crushed and silenced a long time ago.
What exists in Washington is not a government but a vampiric machine of death, brutality and destruction that breeds terror and chaos to stay alive. The U.S. military-industrial-terrorism complex is devising all kinds of false villains to generate fear, anger and hate in America against innocent nations in the Middle East and elsewhere.
Washington's Promethean quest is to destroy all democratic nation states, establish a dictatorial global government, and usher in a technocratic planetary civilization that will replace both Islamic and Western civilizations.
Al-Qaeda is just one of the many villains that Washington creates for political and strategic purposes. The two-faced rulers of America rely on a tried and true tactic of manufacturing threats and creating fake enemies to expand the pentagon budget and justify military force in other nations.
Kurt Nimmo writes about Washington's tradition of creating fantasy villains in his article, "U.S. Invented Soviet Threat,":
As a growing number of historians have realized for years, the so-called Cold War was largely an illusion – known as “policy by press release” – invented by the military industrial complex, the same folks who are selling us new wars and conjured-up threats from the likes of al-Qaeda and now the so-called Haqqani network.The Haqqani network appeared out of nowhere because that is where all of America's enemies come from. Scary sounding names like "Al-Qaeda," and "Haqqani," come right out of government fiction.
Washington's playwrights should get a Nobel prize for literature. Seriously. I think they put Shakespeare to shame. Their great tragicomedy, "World War III: From Ashes to Ashes," is probably the best thing any totalitarian government has ever written.
For the normal and sane person this past decade has been like a bad movie, but for the psychopathic clique that engineered 9/11 and the war on terror it has been a wild blast. The only criticism is that the chief actors in this drama, Bush and Obama, have given very bad performances.
But no worries. New actors are always lining up to mouth Satan's words in Washington. Webster Tarpley speculates that David Petraeus, the former military commander in Afghanistan and the current head of the CIA, could become President and turn into an American Pinochet.
That's the action on the domestic front. What about overseas? Now that the villain of Act One, played by Osama Bin Laden, is dead and gone, the curtains are being opened for Act Two and new villains are required. This second Act will feature an apocalyptic war in Pakistan and Iran, and probably the entire region. This is when the action will really begin.
Paul Craig Roberts, the former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in the Reagan Administration, says America is gearing up to strike Pakistan hard. He wrote about the dubious threat posed by the Haqqani network to U.S. interests and security on September 27 in his article, "The Latest Orchestrated Threat and The End of History." Roberts said:
Have you ever before heard of the Haqqanis? I didn't think so. Like Al Qaeda, about which no one had ever heard prior to 9/11, the "Haqqani Network" has popped up in time of need to justify America's next war -- Pakistan.Washington's creation of this new threat is either a stroke of bold genius or another lame attempt at reviving fear in America against terrorism.
President Obama's claim that he had Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden exterminated deflated the threat from that long-serving bogyman. A terror organization that left its leader, unarmed and undefended, a sitting duck for assassination no longer seemed formidable. Time for a new, more threatening, bogyman, the pursuit of which will keep the "war on terror" going.
For this trick to really work Washington's shadow state has to stage another false flag terrorist attack in a major American city like Chicago or Denver and then blame it on Pakistan or some other scapegoat. Otherwise, the smoke and mirrors game might collapse.
What moves history - and mass opinion - towards a desired direction that the ruling elite want is blood and trauma, as we found out on 9/11. Without those two major ingredients, America's war on terror scam can't work.
The myth that Al-Qaeda and Osama Bin Laden did 9/11 had staying power, but now a new villain and a new terrorist event is needed to push history over the abyss.
Who will be that new villain that America will love to hate?
When will a new false flag terrorist attack, which will be used to completely phase out the American republic, occur? And in which city will the attack happen? And how many bodies will be obliterated?
These are some of the big questions that are being discussed by the history makers in Washington and Israel.