On September 11, 2001, Washington and Al-Qaeda were full-blown enemies, but 11 years later they are allies in Syria.
Washington's covert alliance with Al-Qaeda terrorists in Syria proves that the U.S. war against Al Qaeda was never genuine. The official 9/11 story served as a sacred myth to brainwash the world and a propaganda cover for the pursuit of criminal imperialist and Zionist goals in the Middle East.
Defeating Al-Qaeda and getting Bin Laden were only the publicly stated goals. They were never pursued with real vigour. America hunting Al-Qaeda is like a dog chasing its own tail. The two are inseparable because they are the same Being. Al-Qaeda is insider code for CIA.
The entire history of the last eleven years about Al-Qaeda and Osama Bin Laden is a lie. Osama Bin Laden was dead before President/CIA asset Barack Obama stepped into the Oval Office.
The scripted assassination of Bin Laden in May 2011 was presented to the world as the bookend of a ten-year long manhunt drama, but the manhunt never happened and the assassination wasn't real. Bin Laden wasn't captured and killed in real life.
Obama is a ghostbuster, and Bin Laden was Casper.
The Bin Laden manhunt was a bad, made-for-TV television movie. The casting, directing, and writing deserve three thumbs down.
But it is useful to rewind the movie back to the beginning, and replay the scene of Bin Laden being visited by the CIA at a hospital in Dubai before the 9/11 events. Although the scene was later taken out of the movie by the directors of official reality at the CIA, it still exists in bootleg copies on the Internet.
Also, the moment when the FBI allowed the Bin Laden family to escape from America on a plane was a scene to remember. This was the original inspiration for the film "Snakes on a Plane."
Moving Bin Laden out of the picture allowed President Obama's national security team to concentrate full-time on Pakistan's nuclear arsenal, Libya, Syria, and Iran.
Despite official denials, the reality that Washington and other Western capitals are directing Al-Qaeda terrorists in Syria and providing them with political and media cover is inescapable.
Prof Michel Chossudovsky wrote on September 8, 2012, in his article, "9/11 Mastermind Osama bin Laden: America’s Anti-Soviet “Peace Warrior” and CIA “Intelligence Asset”":
"Bosnia, Kosovo, Macedonia: The strategic objective of the US-NATO military operations was to destabilize and destroy the Yugoslav Federation using Al Qaeda terrorist operatives as a means to triggering sectarian strife and ethnic divisions within a socially and culturally diverse national society.The fact that Washington is playing the Al-Qaeda card in Syria is an act of imperial desperation. Using terror is what empires in decline do. And the sad thing about it is that America's national security is not threatened by Syria so it is flushing its money and reputation down the toilet.
The Bosnia-Kosovo model was replicated in Libya and Syria."
Letting Jihadist terrorists, Saudis, Turks, and Israelis take the lead in Syria is not what a great power does. Washington should use its military power to make its dream of destroying Syria a reality. Deferring to Al-Qaeda, a thug in Turkey, and a corrupt royal family in Saudi Arabia is pathetic. If you are going to be a destroyer of the world then fully commit to the role.
Destruction is the only thing Washington has to offer to the world at this moment in time. This is what a great empire has come to: half-ass terrorism and mass murder. It is beyond sad.
America defeated the Nazis and Communists in the 20th century, why is it busying itself with third world dictators in this century? It is a waste of money, manpower, and most important of all, national honour.
You know you're on the wrong side of history when your best friend in the Middle East is Al-Qaeda, and your so-called "special ally" is blackmailing you into committing suicide.
Teaming up with terrorists is a bad look for America. America should ditch Al-Qaeda and Israel, and restore ties with Iran.