May 15, 2013

Some Thoughts On The 9/11 Benghazi Attack [Plus Ron Paul On Benghazi]

The most interesting thing about the Benghazi attack on September 11, 2012, and the one that is least talked about in the U.S. press, is the date. If it happened on any other day then you could argue more successfully that the attack was spontaneous in nature and that Islamic radicals devised the whole operation from scratch.

But I have trouble believing that NATO-armed Jihadist terrorist groups were the only parties involved in the attack against the U.S. ambassador because of the symbolic nature of the date, its connection to the 9/11 false flag, and the mysterious circumstances surrounding the attack (the anti-Muslim film). My gut instinct tells me that Israel had a big hand in the Benghazi attack. Of course, NATO and the White House were in on it too, but Mossad is usually behind attacks that involve Al-Qaeda terrorists as the foot soldiers.

Israel gained control of the American psyche on September 11, 2001, that much is clear, and the Benghazi attack on the 11th anniversary of 9/11 was yet another example of the length that Israel's cunning leaders are willing to go to in order to pit the world of Islam against America.  

The importance of the Benghazi attack was not that the U.S. ambassador was treated as a sacrificial lamb, although that is disturbingly significant, but that the mythic narrative of the "clash of civilizations" was strengthened. The narrative that radical Islamic groups have the military competence, will, weapons, and desire to attack America was reinforced with the attack on Benghazi.

With these types of attacks, which have occurred pretty regularly since 9/11, Israel believes it can gain the upper hand in its conflict with Palestinians because if it is able to convince the American people of its anti-Islam narrative then it can secure U.S. public support for its crimes and wars until the end of time. So the main target of the Benghazi attack was not the U.S. ambassador or a U.S. outpost in Libya but the minds and hearts of the American people. It was a symbolic act that was mainly done for propaganda reasons.

I could be wrong. In fact, I have not thought much about the Benghazi incident since it happened, but I am certain that Islamic radical groups are not smart or crafty enough to pull off such a deadly operation on a highly symbolic day for the United States. Whenever there is symbolism involved in attacks against the U.S.A. in any part of the world then you better believe that the U.S. and Israeli governments were the ones who engineered it.

Always remember that the Jihadist terrorist groups in the Middle East are the monkeys with the wires attached to their shaved heads, while the CIA and Mossad officials are the ones who are wearing the lab coats and driving events behind the scenes of history and behind the thick glass of accepted reality. They like to observe peoples and nations destroy each other after they start the fire, and Benghazi was another instance of them adding fuel to the fire that they started on 9/11.

And that's all I have to say about that. I won't be writing about Benghazi in the future, because, frankly, it has become too boring. Also, it would take more than the sane alternative media to stop the collective madness that has taken over in America and elsewhere around the world.

Ron Paul's Texas Straight Talk 5/13/13: What No One Wants to Hear About Benghazi