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Assad’s Motives for Claiming Al-Qaeda Involvement with Syrian Rebels

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Whenever you see something in the mainstream media, it’s always a good idea to ask yourself, “who benefits” from the situation and how it is portrayed. Besides the damning evidence Israel was directly involved in the 9/11 terrorist attacks, that question is why I’m highly skeptical about the terrorist network, Al-Qaeda.

Al-Qaeda’s actions appear to benefit (perceived) Jewish interests and the hostile elite within Anglosphere much more than it benefits the Muslims it claims to represent. If anything, Al-Qaeda seems to act against the interests of Arab Muslims (as well as white people).

So when I heard Gaddafi’s claim that, “al-Qaeda is behind the Libyan uprising,” last year, I dismissed it as Gaddafi making a very ineffective, naïve, and embarrassing appeal to those in the West (1). Given his character and history, I wouldn’t have put it past him.

Now Assad’s government in Syria is also claiming Al-Qaeda is playing a role in the violence aimed at overthrowing the Syrian government. This, and my better grounding in the global political situation (especially concerning Russia) made me reflect more on the situation.

I’ve come to suspect two things. First, that, Al-Qaeda operatives probably were involved in overthrowing Gaddafi’s government and are currently involved in the attempt to overthrow the Syrian government. To what extent, I don’t know, but this would make a lot of sense if Al-Qaeda is actually an Israeli-Neocon front group or is somehow bribed into serving their interests. Second, that instead of a poorly thought-out appeal to the West, claiming Al-Qaeda is involved in the rebel’s terrorism may actually be very smart political positioning – at least in Assad’s case. Let me explain.

By claiming Al-Qaeda is involved with but not necessarily the only group behind the rebels, Syria leaves room for its allies, namely Russia, to strike a deal with Anglosphere that allows the West a way to save face if it backs down from supporting the overthrow of Assad’s government.

If a deal cannot be struck, the Assad government has not claimed that Al-Qaeda is exclusively behind the rebellion and therefore can still point the finger at Western governments (i.e. the United States, Israel, and the U.K.). Such an accusation may be more powerful than you would think given the West’s long track record of intervention in the Middle East. If promoted enough by allies like Russia and China, exposing Western involvement in the violent terrorism in Syria could critically undermine Anglosphere’s ever-decreasing credibility on Middle Eastern affairs and threaten to unite most of the world in anger against the primary culprits—America, Israel, and the U.K.—who are already growing more and more isolated on the international political plain.

In an admittedly unlikely scenario, it’s even possible that bringing captured Al-Qaeda operatives into the international limelight could expose the unseemly connections between Al-Qaeda and the governments and groups who actually run and/or support it.

Whoever runs Al-Qaeda and whatever role it is really playing, I think the motive for claiming Al-Qaeda involvement in the conflict is primarily to leave options open for political maneuvering by allies like Russia that have the power to dissuade Anglosphere from further pursuing Syrian regime change. In any case, there’s a lot more to this than meets the eye, and it behooves us to read between the lines and ask, “why is this being said,” and “who benefits from this?”

1. http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/mar/01/gaddafi-libya-al-qaida-lifg-protesters

 

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16 Comments

  1. Lew
    Posted May 27, 2012 at 11:13 am | Permalink

    The Jew York Times weighs in on the US gov’s latest scheming to remove Assad. I hate how Obama and these DC policy analysts just take it for granted the US gov has a right to do whatever it wants in Syria and everywhere else in the world.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2012/05/27/world/middleeast/us-seeks-russias-help-in-removing-assad-in-syria.html

  2. zennla
    Posted May 25, 2012 at 4:48 pm | Permalink

    Interesting vid from Iranian TV claiming Israeli involvement in 9/11:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cPgs-82XjGY

  3. Justin Huber
    Posted May 22, 2012 at 6:34 pm | Permalink

    Just checking out the picture of Assad above. He better be careful with that mustache. A little bit off each side of it and he’ll be deposed for sure.

    • Greg Johnson
      Posted May 22, 2012 at 6:38 pm | Permalink

      Yes, and the man has blue eyes too. So does the King of Jordan.

  4. Free Man
    Posted May 21, 2012 at 9:48 pm | Permalink

    Recently started to listen the Richard Nixon tapes, and… Wow!!! This one really shocked me:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fzF80OPxXrE

    So in the 1970s we had a conservative President talking with a well know Evangelical about Jewish domination? This would be UNTHINKABLE today.

  5. rhondda
    Posted May 21, 2012 at 8:04 pm | Permalink

    That 911missing links video was very interesting. Well more than interesting, downright scary. I am glad I watched it for it is another piece of the puzzle.

    • Greg Paulson
      Posted May 21, 2012 at 10:14 pm | Permalink

      I’m glad you found it interesting. It does indeed reveal another piece of the puzzle. Even if a few things in it turn out to be false, the majority of the information would still hold.

      Admittedly, I don’t think Israeli involvement in 9/11 is a good thing to stress with those you’re trying to convince to a pro-white stance or even a good way to introduce most new/skeptical people to the Jewish Question. But for those more well versed in the Jewish Question and those specifically interested in the topic of 9/11, I think the information provided in Missing Links is well worth considering.

  6. john
    Posted May 21, 2012 at 2:36 pm | Permalink

    I wouldn’t cite Missing Links as an authoritative source as most of the material in it is from Christopher Boylln who was fired from American Free Press.

    http://www.americanfreepress.net/html/bollyn_dismissed.html

    A better video on Israeli activity prior to and on 9/11 with the Mossad front Urban Moving company moving explosive material in trucks and a timeline of the events is Ryan Dawson’s 911 and the cover up.

    http://vimeo.com/39578648

    The Syrian situation and the Mid East in general has more to do with Sunni-Shia conflict than Israel per say although Saudi Arabia and the other Gulf states have a secret relationship with Israel who share common interests like containing Iranian dominated Shia influence with Syria being the weak link in the Iran-Syria-Hezbollah axis that supplies and support for Hezbollah run through Syria.

    Qatar and Saudi Arabia have attacked Russia in state publications for supporting Assad.

    http://www.memri.org/report/en/0/0/0/0/0/0/6246.htm

    “I’ve come to suspect two things. First, that, Al-Qaeda operatives probably were involved in overthrowing Gaddafi’s government and are currently involved in the attempt to overthrow the Syrian government. To what extent, I don’t know, but this would make a lot of sense if Al-Qaeda is actually an Israeli-Neocon front group or is somehow bribed into serving their interests. Second, that instead of a poorly thought-out appeal to the West, claiming Al-Qaeda is involved in the rebel’s terrorism may actually be very smart political positioning – at least in Assad’s case. Let me explain.”

    British intelligence recruited “Al Qaeda” operative Anas al-Liby for an attempted assassination against Gadaffi in 96 who is also on the FBI’s Most Wanted terrorists list in connection to the 98 African embassy bombings. It was Gadaffi that issued an international arrest warrant against Bin Ladin in connection to the failed motorcade assassination attempt not the US.

    http://www.btinternet.com/~nlpwessex/Documents/WATLoftusMI6.htm#Sub-Contractor

    The top military commander of Libya Abdelhakim Belhaj is an Al Qaeda asset.

    http://www.atimes.com/atimes/Middle_East/MH30Ak01.html

    Libyan rebels are also training Syria rebels a couple of months ago in NATO terrorist training camps in Turkey.

    http://www.boilingfrogspost.com/2011/11/21/bfp-exclusive-syria-secret-us-nato-training-support-camp-to-oust-current-syrian-president/

    And now by KLA terrorists in Kosovo.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xVNkkm9eRVg

    Al Qaeda was basically a small group of Islamists formed in 88 at the tail end of the Afghan-Soviet war who ran with foreign jihadist groups in foreign theatres of war covertly supported and trafficked by western intelligence and NATO to fight in foreign conflict that advanced US geo-political interests.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZ4qqe84u50

    It is admitted in the European press that British and US intelligence has worked with the most senior jihadists linked to Bin Ladin and Al Qaeda especially in the Balkans during the 90’s in Bosnia and Kosovo who were even employed by private US security firms like MPRI that is aligned with the Pentagon linked and trained by British SAS in Turkey and Albania.

    http://www.btinternet.com/~nlpwessex/Documents/WATLoftusMI6.htm#FrenchIntelligence

    During the Bosnian war in the 90’s Bin Ladin linked NGO’s were openly operating in London and Vienna.

    • Posted May 21, 2012 at 8:54 pm | Permalink

      Wow, mention Missing Links and the usual happens like always, the conspiratards and yiddish speaking people come out to push you away from it. They wont however discredit any of the work, but yet just slander it in hopes you wont look that direction. Excellent article the author knows exactly what he is talking about when referencing 911missinglinks.com. Good job Greg!

    • Greg Paulson
      Posted May 21, 2012 at 9:53 pm | Permalink

      I wouldn’t cite Missing Links as an authoritative source as most of the material in it is from Christopher Boylln who was fired from American Free Press.

      That’s like saying because Greg Johnson was fired from his position at TOQ that somehow this discredits him and he should no longer be considered a legitimate source to cite. If you’re going to disagree, at least point to specific things instead of resorting to implying guilt by association.

      A better video on Israeli activity prior to and on 9/11 with the Mossad front Urban Moving company moving explosive material in trucks and a timeline of the events is Ryan Dawson’s 911 and the cover up.

      I’ve seen Ryan Dawson’s 911 and the cover up and it isn’t bad, but I wasn’t nearly as impressed with it or the information as I was with Missing Links.
      I actually used to be a member/poster on Ryan Dawson’s anti-neocons website but was banned for daring to question “anti-racist” (i.e. anti-white) rhetoric. I also own Dawson’s book, Welcome to the USSA, which I read some years ago. Quite frankly, the book was horrible. I certainly wouldn’t use it as a source.

      The Syrian situation and the Mid East in general has more to do with Sunni-Shia conflict than Israel per say

      I wouldn’t say the Syrian conflict has more to do with the Sunni-Shia conflict of interests but it is certainly true that it plays an important role. The thing is, the Sunni-Shia conflict is not isolated from, but connected to Israeli interests. You sort of allude to this when you say,

      Saudi Arabia and the other Gulf states have a secret relationship with Israel who share common interests like containing Iranian dominated Shia influence with Syria being the weak link in the Iran-Syria-Hezbollah axis that supplies and support for Hezbollah run through Syria.

      Except, this relationship isn’t much of a secret. It’s kind of like Israel’s stockpile of nuclear weapons: everybody knows about it but it isn’t officially recognized.

      It’s pretty obvious that the House of Saud relies on the West (and by proxy, Israel) for it’s power. If the West cut it off tomorrow, they wouldn’t last very long — not with all the enemies they’ve made in the region (not to mention within Saudi Arabia). The Sunni leadership is more or less compromised. The Shia Crescent and the more moderate Middle Eastern governments unwilling to bow to “Western” hegemony in the region are allies because of their common foe.

      Russia is also weighing in because of its interests directly conflict with those running Anglosphere’s. So I am not at all surprised that “Qatar and Saudi Arabia have attacked Russia in state publications for supporting Assad.” I would have been surprised if they hadn’t.

      • john
        Posted May 23, 2012 at 11:22 am | Permalink

        @Greg Paulson

        He was fired because of his journalist work first by citing a bogus narrative of his encounter with police and his close relationship to Eric Hufschmid who accuses everyone of being a Zionist agent including his employer at the time American Free Press and he himself has subsequently charged that AFP is a Zionist connected newspaper and by his own admission used to be married to an Israeli women.

        There are also questionable errors regarding some of his 9/11 reporting.

        “Bollyn’s questionable stories include his misquoting of Mark Loizeaux regarding where the molten steel was found, his misquoting of Arthur Lerner-Lam as to alleged “seismic spikes”, the Sam Danner “Global Hawk” report (which Russell Pickering identified as highly suspect right from day one, the “thermite disguised as batteries” red herring which any demolitionist worth their salt would recognise as nonsense, a satirical article from The Onion submitted as Bollyn’s “original work”, a suspect article that Bollyn tried to get into the Barnes Review, the “Flight 93 was not shot down but landed at Cleveland” theory, the claim that Benjamin Chertoff is a cousin of Michael Chertoff, etc.”

        http://www.takeourworldback.com/short/bollyn.htm

        “Except, this relationship isn’t much of a secret. It’s kind of like Israel’s stockpile of nuclear weapons: everybody knows about it but it isn’t officially recognized.”

        Everybody attacked Wikileaks when they published state department cables from Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states urging a tougher stance on Iran and are considered to be anti-Israel/Jewish, that is partially true as the Palestine state has been kept afloat by foreign aid of Sunni gulf countries that has sustained their population growth.

        “It’s pretty obvious that the House of Saud relies on the West (and by proxy, Israel) for it’s power. If the West cut it off tomorrow, they wouldn’t last very long — not with all the enemies they’ve made in the region (not to mention within Saudi Arabia). The Sunni leadership is more or less compromised. The Shia Crescent and the more moderate Middle Eastern governments unwilling to bow to “Western” hegemony in the region are allies because of their common foe.”

        It is a mutually beneficially relationship. Saudi Arabia that is very closely aligned with Britain and British interests buying billions of dollars worth of weapons and sells US and Europe oil and run and finance black operations like terrorism and insurgencies in exchange for security and western technical knowhow to run their economy.

        Russia is also weighing in because of its interests directly conflict with those running Anglosphere’s. So I am not at all surprised that “Qatar and Saudi Arabia have attacked Russia in state publications for supporting Assad.” I would have been surprised if they hadn’t.

        Why have these two countries so aggressive Russia? Why not Turkey or even Israel?

      • Greg Paulson
        Posted May 23, 2012 at 1:52 pm | Permalink

        John,

        I am not a fan of Eric Hufschmid and am not an expert on Christopher Bollyn. It’s been a while since I’ve watched Missing Links but I know it doesn’t focus on how the world trade center buildings physically came down but who was behind it. You can get off into a million different conspiracies about HOW it actually happened but to me, that is far less important than who was behind it. I think Missing Links does a great job of staying on point and not getting distracted by the pitfalls so many other films on the subject have.

        I wouldn’t be surprised if there were a few errors in Missing Links but overall I think it contains solid information and presents a more convincing case than Dawson’s video. If there is some specific information in Missing Links you would like to challenge, I’m sure Mike Delaney would be happy to discuss it with you, and that he would admit and correct any errors in the film if they exist.

      • john
        Posted May 23, 2012 at 10:23 pm | Permalink

        @Greg Paulson

        It has been a few years since I originally watched it so I will have to look over it again.

  7. Franklin Ryckaert
    Posted May 21, 2012 at 6:15 am | Permalink

    The fact is that the real “Axis of Evil” (US + UK + Israel) is behind this attempt at regime change in Syria. They try to use the same formula that was such a success in Libya : artificially create a “popular rebellion” by a bunch of hired thugs, when the government reacts let agents provocateur shoot both at the government troops and at the protesting crowds thus creating escalating “atrocities”, cry for a UN resolution, a no-fly zone and finally military intervention “for humanitarian reasons”, thus effecting the desired regime change. Only in Syria it seems not to be working. Russia and China vetoed a UN resolution, and Assad proves to be capable handling the insurrection. He is not impopular among his people either.

    As for “al-Qa’ida”, this artificial CIA construct so useful for the 9/11 hoax and the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, this organization was used in Libya and now also in Syria. Assad is correct in this. That this mythical terrorist organization first acted AGAINST the West and now suddenly FOR the West in Libya and Syria seems to escape the attention of the gullible public, still trusting the Big Lies of the MSM, no matter how absurd.

    • Deviance
      Posted May 26, 2012 at 9:33 am | Permalink

      Compelling evidence that the “Humanitarian Axis” does not tell the whole truth can be found in Algeria, Morocco and Saudi Arabia.

      These countries have been technical dictatorships for decades or centuries, they are far more authoritarian and repressive than was Tunisia, and yet they continue to exist untroubled (Nicolas Sarkozy is spending his retirement in a Morocco palace offered by Mohammed VI right as I speak).

      Maybe their support for Israel is indeed what leaves them alone?

      Maybe the West’s intent of spreading democracy is not that sincere?

  8. Free Man
    Posted May 21, 2012 at 1:50 am | Permalink

    I lurk a military forum that have many Israelis members, one of them said that Al-Qaeda and Saudi Arabia never attacked Israel and was not of problem for them.

    He said that their enemies are Syria, Iran and Saddan’s Iraq, like Greg Johnson wrote in his 10 aniversary of 9/11 article.

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