May 17, 2015

Manageable Costs, Expendable Lives: Senior Pakistani General Takes Al Jazeera Host To School About The Reality of The Global War on Terror

General Durrani thinks he's a mafioso.

The Pakistani general in the interview below comes across as an evil scumbag, but at least he's honest. And he deserves respect for his honesty. His counterparts in the military-intelligence professions around the world, especially in the U.S., Saudi Arabia, England, and Israel, are nowhere near as honest about the consequences of their pro-terrorism policies.

Pakistan has shredded Afghanistan up by arming terrorists and warlords over the decades, and the consequence of its brazen policy has been the emergence of terrorism in its own neck of the woods. But can it live with that, because, for the most part, it is the civilians who are being killed, not generals and intelligence agents who are behind the policy.

Washington has also shredded up Afghanistan and other nations with the tool of terrorism, but on a much larger scale. America is shredding up the whole Middle East, and it can live with the consequences, because if there is going to be revenge attacks from Jihadists like ISIS they won't be targeted at well-guarded military buildings but at soft targets like marathons and movie theatres. If there are attacks on military buildings, it will be by their own hand. And the U.S. military will love it if ISIS or some other Jihadist group manages to pull off a successful attack because it means the people will run to them for protection.

The ISI is being demonized, as it should be, but it is nothing compared to the CIA, MI6, and Mossad. It models itself on these evil agencies. Pakistani generals and intelligence officials were trained in America and the West, so they know the dark arts of warfare and false flag tricks in and out. And so do government officials everywhere else. It is interesting that when the Islamic revolution happened in Iran in 1979, the head of the country's former secret intelligence agency that was trained by the CIA was kept under the new regime to head the new intelligence agency. He changed loyalties, but not his function.

The fact of the matter is that as long as secretive state intelligence organizations like the ISI, MI6, CIA, Mossad, and others are around and kicking in the shadows, there will be hell on earth. That's what these state terrorist agencies do. They stir shit up, spy on the populace to engender fear and paranoia, start wars, stage false flags to manipulate public opinion, and steal the wealth of the nation. They don't care about the consequences of their evil and crazy policies. In their eyes, big events like 9/11 and Peshawar are manageable tragedies and false flag episodes that can be successfully explained away with lies. It's the cost of doing business around the world.

So is General Durrani an evil scumbag? Yes. But he's not unique. His models in the CIA, MI6, and Mossad have done way more damage to the world, funded way more terrorists, and staged way more politically important terrorist attacks around the world.

Video Title: Head to Head - Pakistan: Victim or exporter of terrorism? Source: Al Jazeera. Date Published: April 10, 2015. Description:
General Asad Durrani, the former head of the ISI, Pakistan's notorious spy agency, on its role in the "War on Terror".