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If there was a way to wipe out terrorism would you take action and wipe it out? There is a way to wipe out terrorism. You attack the source. You wipe out the organization that is solely responsible for every terrorist act committed since it’s creation. You wipe out the CIA.
The CIA is not a police force nor a peacekeeping organization. It is not an aid agency nor a relief agency. It is an organization of murderers, mercenaries, kidnappers, saboteurs, bombers, torturers and assassins. They have one objective – terrorism – violent acts which are intended to create fear (terror), are perpetrated for an ideological goal (U.S. foreign and domestic policies), and deliberately target or disregard the safety of non-combatants (civilians).
Its primary stated mission is to collect, evaluate and disseminate foreign intelligence to assist the president and senior United States government policymakers in making decisions about national security. The CIA also engages in covert actions (all illegal) at the president’s request.
Today they carry out terrorist acts against the US and foreign states for the president of the United States. Their newest illegal covert terrorist operation is code named Al Qaeda. Every named Al Qaeda terrorist can be traced back to being recruited by and trained by the CIA including Usma bin Laden. bin Laden was recruited by the CIA to fight the Soviet army during the Soviet invasion and occupation of Afghanistan.
The mujahideen were financed, armed and trained by the United States CIA during the administrations of Carter and Reagan, and also by Saudi Arabia, Pakistan under Zia-ul-Haq, Iran, the People’s Republic of China and several Western European countries. Pakistan’s secret service, Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), was used as an intermediary for most of these activities to disguise the sources of support for the resistance.
One of the CIA’s longest and most expensive covert operations was the supplying of billions of dollars in arms to the Afghan mujahideen militants. The arms included Stinger missiles, shoulder-fired, antiaircraft weapons that they used against Soviet helicopters and later against commercial airliners. Osama bin Laden was among the recipients of U.S. arms. Between $3–$20 billion in U.S. funds were funneled into the country to train and equip the mujahideen with weapons, including Stinger surface-to-air missiles.
US financing of the mujahideen Islamic insurgency actually started before the Soviets invaded. The CIA was very active in the region with orders from Carter to “suck” the Soviets into Afghanistan. U.S. policy, unbeknownst even to the Mujahideen, was part of a larger strategy “to induce a Soviet military intervention.” National Security Advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski stated:
“According to the official version of history, CIA aid to the Mujahadeen began during 1980, that is to say, after the Soviet army invaded Afghanistan, 24 Dec 1979. But the reality, secretly guarded until now, is completely otherwise. That secret operation was an excellent idea. It had the effect of drawing the Soviets into the Afghan trap…. The day that the Soviets officially crossed the border, I wrote to President Carter “We now have the opportunity of giving to the Soviet Union its Vietnam War.”
Under Reagan, U.S. support for the mujahideen evolved into an official U.S. foreign policy, known as the Reagan Doctrine, which included U.S. support for anti-Soviet movements in Afghanistan, Angola, Nicaragua, and elsewhere. Ronald Reagan praised mujahideen as “freedom fighters”.
Even after the mujahideen successfully drove the Soviets out of Afghanistan the CIA stayed in the region. It had more terrorist operations with new terrorist recruits to work on for the US government. During the Clinton administration the CIA provided propaganda for an upcoming terrorist operation against the United States of America. It created terrorist training camps in the mountains that border Pakistan and Afghanistan.
The CIA made Saudi Arabian billionaire nationalist USAMA BIN LADEN leader of their Al Qaeda training camps and had him make regular appearances at these camps in order to recruit Pakistani, Afghan, Saudi, Egyptian and United Arab Emirate nationals. To make the fake Al Qaeda threat to the US look real then US president Bill Clinton ordered air strikes on these CIA terrorist training camps. No air strike ever took place, only propaganda reports issued by the CIA that they did. Then on the morning of 14 July 1999, the US government – Bill Clinton, ordered the CIA to assassinate Abdul Ahad Karzai, father of future puppet president of the future US occupied Afghanistan, Hamid Karzai, in order for the US to create a new false enemy of the US – the Taliban, and gain a needed ally.
Years before his father was assassinated by the CIA, Hamid Karzai worked for the CIA in helping to provide financial and military support for the Mujahideen during the 1980s Soviet war in Afghanistan. While Karzai’s brothers emigrated to the United States, Hamid Karzai remained in exile in Pakistan throughout the Soviet occupation. He accompanied the first Mujahideen leaders into Kabul in 1992 following the Soviet withdrawal. When the Taliban emerged in the mid 1990s, Karzai, like many other Afghans, supported them, because he saw them as a force that could finally end the violence and corruption in his country. However, he later broke with them and refused to serve as their ambassador to the United Nations, telling friends he felt the Pakistani Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) was wrongly using them. Karzai stated that “there were many wonderful people in the Taliban.” After the US accused the Taliban of their assassination of Karzai’s father Hamid Karzai worked closely with the CIA and the US to help gather Afghan drug warlord support for the anti-Taliban movement.
As the U.S. military was preparing for a confrontation with the Taliban in September 2001, Karzai began lobbying NATO nations to purge his country of Al-Qaeda. “These Arabs, together with their foreign supporters and the Taliban, destroyed miles and miles of homes and orchards and vineyards,” he told BBC, “They have killed Afghans. They have trained their guns on Afghan lives… We want them out.” What he was actually doing is doing what he was told and air the CIA propaganda called Al-Qaeda. These Arabs he is refering to is the CIA Saudi operatives that were commanded by the now infamous bin Laden. These Arabs are part of the US, Pakistani and Saudi Arabian financed and trained terrorist cell code named Al Qaeda. The US needed to link the Taliban with their CIA terrorist cell code named Al Qaeda. The Taliban were now the new enemy of the US, for one reason only – the Trans-Afghan pipeline – a proposed natural gas pipeline from Turkmenistan across Afghanistan to Pakistan that US oil companies wanted to build and control.
The Trans-Afghan pipeline was suppose to be the financial future of the Afghan people and the Taliban was negotiating with several countries, including the US, to build this natural gas pipeline through Afghanistan. The US oil giant Unocal wanted the contract to build the pipeline. Unocal Vice President John J. Maresca—later to become a Special Ambassador to Afghanistan— testified before the House of Representatives that until a single, unified, friendly government is in place in Afghanistan, the trans-Afghan pipeline will not be built. Unocal petitioned the US government on February 12, 1998.
Immediately after this U.S. INTERESTS IN THE CENTRAL ASIAN REPUBLICS HEARING BEFORE THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON ASIA AND THE PACIFIC, the Clinton administration made the Taliban the enemy of the US and the Afghan people and began planning for the false flag attacks against the US of September 11, 2001. Bill Clinton ordered the CIA to prepare to attack the US and blame it on the CIA recruited, financed and trained terrorists under the command of one Usama bin Laden. The US needed an excuse to go after the Taliban and remove them so that US oil companies could take control of the Afghan people’s financial future – the Trans-Afghan pipeline. On August 7, 1998 the CIA was ordered by Bill Clinton to Bomb US Embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, killing over 200. Immediately the US government of Bill Clinton blamed the attacks on al-Qaeda (the US own CIA terrorist cell). Bill Clinton ordered the bombings to coincide with the eighth anniversary of the arrival of US troops in Saudi Arabia in order to suggest an anti-US sentiment.
On August 20, 1998 the US claimed to have fired 66 missiles at six al-Qaeda training camps in Afghanistan and 13 missiles at a pharmaceutical factory in Khartoum, Sudan, in retaliation for the US embassy bombings. Back in the US President Clinton is widely accused of using the alleged missile strike to distract the US public from a personal sex scandal.
December 5, 1998: Unocal announces it is withdrawing from the CentGas pipeline consortium Reason given – President Clinton refuses to extend diplomatic recognition to the Taliban, making business there legally problematic.
The following year a top level US policy document explicitly confirms the US military’s readiness to fight a war for oil. The report, Strategic Assessment 1999 (.pdf file link), prepared for the US Joint Chiefs of Staff and the secretary of defense, states, “energy and resource issues will continue to shape international security,” and if an oil “problem” arises, “US forces might be used to ensure adequate supplies.” Oil conflicts over production facilities and transport routes, particularly in the Persian Gulf and Caspian regions, are specifically envisaged.
June 1999: Enron announces an agreement to build a $140 million power plant in the Gaza Strip, between Israel and Egypt. One of the major financiers for the project is the Saudi Binladin Group, a company owned by bin Laden’s family. This is the second attempted project between these two companies. Ninety percent complete, the construction was halted because of Palestinian-Israeli violence and then Enron’s bankruptcy.
July-August 1999: About a dozen Afghan leaders visit the US. They are militia commanders, mostly Taliban, and some with ties to the CIA and their al-Qaeda training camps. A few are opponents of the Taliban. Their exact names and titles remain classified.
July 4, 1999: With the chances of a US pipeline deal with the Taliban looking increasingly unlikely, President Clinton finally issues an executive order prohibiting commercial transactions with the Taliban. The order also freezes the Taliban’s US assets. Clinton falsely accuses the Taliban of harboring bin Laden. Rapist Bill Clinton shows the World that the US is a sore loser.
October 12, 2000: USS Cole Bombed by the CIA and blamed on fictitious leader of the CIA own Al Qaeda terrorist cell. Seventeen US soldiers are killed and 30 are wounded. The CIA will later conclude that with just slightly better training, their attack would have killed 300 and sunk the ship.
December 19, 2000: US Seeks Taliban Overthrow; Considers Russia-US Invasion of Afghanistan – The Washington Post reports, “The United States has quietly begun to align itself with those in the Russian government calling for military action against Afghanistan and has toyed with the idea of a new raid to wipe out Osama bin Laden. Until it backed off under local pressure, it went so far as to explore whether a Central Asian country would permit the use of its territory for such a purpose.” Russia and the US are discussing “what kind of government should replace the Taliban. Thus, while claiming to oppose a military solution to the Afghan problem, the United States is now talking about the overthrow of a regime that controls nearly the entire country, in the hope it can be replaced with a hypothetical government that does not exist even on paper.”
January 21, 2001: George W. Bush is inaugurated as the 43rd US President, replacing Bill Clinton. Numerous figures in Bush’s administration have been directly employed in the oil industry, including Bush, Vice President Cheney, and National Security Adviser Rice. Rice had been on Chevron’s Board of Directors since 1991, and even had a Chevron oil tanker named after her. It is later revealed that Cheney is still being paid up to $1 million a year in “deferred payments” from Halliburton, the oil company he headed. Enron’s ties also reach deep into the administration.
March 1, 2001: CIA blows up two giant stone Buddhas of Bamiyan—ancient statues carved into an Afghan mountainside, which are considered priceless treasures. The CIA objective was to get the international community to no longer recoginze the Taliban as the government of Afghanistan. The Taliban receive great international condemnation in response to the CIA destruction of the Giant Buddha Statues.
August 2-3, 2001: A senior official in the Taliban’s defense ministry tells journalist Hamid Mir that the US will soon invade Afghanistan. Mir will later recall that he is told, “[W]e believe Americans are going to invade Afghanistan and they will do this before October 15, 2001, and justification for this would be either one of two options: Taliban got control of Afghanistan or a big major attack against American interests either inside America or elsewhere in the world.” Mir reports this information before 9/11, presumably in the newspaper in Pakistan that he works for. [Bergen, 2006, pp. 287] Interestingly, Afghan warlord Gulbuddin Hekmatyar made a similar prediction to Mir several months before (see April 2001). Also, several weeks earlier, US officials reportedly passed word to Taliban officials in a back channel meeting that the US may soon attack Afghanistan if the Taliban do not cooperate on building an oil and gas pipeline running through the country. According to one participant in the meeting, the US attack would take place “by the middle of October at the latest”
September 11, 2001: The CIA attacks New York City and Washington DC killing 3,000. Using CIA owned aircraft, painted to look like US commercial jets, the CIA flies remotely controlled unmanned aircrafts into the Towers of the World Trade Centers and the Pentagon. This is not the first time the CIA attacked the World Trade Centers. The 1993 World Trade Center bombing occurred on February 26, 1993, when a car bomb was detonated below the North Tower of the World Trade Center in New York City. The 1,500 lb (680 kg) urea nitrate–hydrogen gas enhanced device was intended to knock the North Tower (Tower One) into the South Tower (Tower Two), bringing both towers down and killing thousands of people. The accused attackers spent time at the CIA Al-Qaeda training camps in Afghanistan. Both World Trade Center attacks were ordered by the US government to steal the $billions in gold and silver bullion that were vaulted in the basements of the 2 Towers. As much as $160 Billion in bullion was stored under the Trade Center. The gold was owned by many foreign nations, central banks and official international organizations. Were Clinton failed George W Bush succeeded.
For the September 11, 2001 attacks the CIA used a modified version of a 1962 false flag attack against the United States called Operation Northwoods. The modified version that the CIA used on 9/11 blamed Al Qaeda instead of the original target – communist Cuba.
Operation Northwoods, or Northwoods, was a false-flag plan that originated within the United States government in 1962. The plan called for Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) or other operatives to commit genuine acts of terrorism in U.S. cities and elsewhere. These acts of terrorism were to be blamed on Cuba in order to create public support for a war against that nation, which had recently become communist under Fidel Castro. One part of the Operation Northwoods plan was to “develop a Communist Cuban terror campaign in the Miami area, in other Florida cities and even in Washington.”
Operation Northwoods included proposals for hijackings and bombings followed by the introduction of phony evidence that would implicate the Cuban government. The plan stated:
“The desired resultant from the execution of this plan would be to place the United States in the apparent position of suffering defensible grievances from a rash and irresponsible government of Cuba and to develop an international image of a Cuban threat to peace in the Western Hemisphere.”
Several other proposals were included within the Operation Northwoods plan, including real or simulated actions against various U.S. military and civilian targets. The plan was drafted by the Joint Chiefs of Staff, signed by Chairman Lyman Lemnitzer and sent to the Secretary of Defense. The U.S. government’s Cuban Project anti-communist initiative, Operation Northwoods was never officially accepted and the proposals included in the plan were never executed – that is until September 11, 2001.
February 14, 2002: The Israeli newspaper Ma’ariv notes: “If one looks at the map of the big American bases created in the Afghan war, one is struck by the fact that they are completely identical to the route of the projected oil pipeline to the Indian Ocean.”
If every country focused on wiping out the CIA, Al Qaeda would also be wiped out. To this day the CIA recruits foreign nationals and trains them to carry out terrorists acts – code named Al Qaeda. If every country acted to wipe out the CIA the World could be free of this terrorist menace.
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