Been Told Is A Complete Manipulation Of The Facts
Al Qaeda Is Of Our Own Creation The Real Truth About Creating An Evil Entity And Its Feared Boogeyman
NewsFocus, by Tim Watts - 010910
What we've been brainwashed to know about al Qaeda and the war on
terror is not quite as much reality as it is a complete fabrication of the
facts, or at the very least, a spin on the real truth of the matter.
The origin of al Qaeda is well understood by true historians of
the Afghan War with Russia, but for the many who never paid attention to the
1980s Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, they have been subjected to a contemporary
fabrication of the real facts in order to foment an enemy for the alleged
"War on Terror."
According to deceased British MP Robin Cook, "Al-Qaida,
quite literally means the database." The term itself referred to a
computer file of thousands of Mujahideen, Afghans who were recruited and trained
in the 1980s by the CIA to defeat the Russians in their invasion of Afghanistan.
The U.S. was given support at that time by then
Pakistani General Zia-ul-Haq as they recruited and trained
Afghan refugees, the Mujahideen freedom fighters, as they were to be called by
Ronald Reagan. Islamic mercenaries were also said to be recruited for the
resistance effort against the Soviets. Among those joining the U.S. led effort
was a wealthy Saudi by the name of Osama bin Laden, whose family has had direct
ties to the Carlyle Group and the Bush family.
At the the time, the Reagan-Bush administration was involved in a
variety of assorted covert activity, ranging from the central America
conflicts, all the way to the middle east, including Afghanistan.
Considered by U.S. oil companies to be a strategic pipeline route
for oil and gas, the Reagan administration spent billions to keep the Russians
from gaining a military foothold in Afghanistan. Much like the covert Contra
war, the CIA, under William Casey, became the central coordinating body for the
U.S. backed resistance in Afghanistan.
After the 9/11 event, the U.S. tried to downplay and deny any
involvement, or the recruitment and support of Osama bin Laden, but after the
trial regarding the U.S. embassy bombing in Kenya, it was discovered that the
CIA had indeed supported bin Laden with weapons, a fact revealed by the Boston
Globe and confirmed by the Tennessee rifle manufacturer involved in the
With this U.S. led resistance force, the Soviets were finally
defeated and driven from Afghanistan, but soon thereafter, total anarchy and
civil war erupted in the country. Out of this chaos a new group rose to power in
the mid 1990s, the Taliban, supported and funded by the United States and
Britain, as well as Saudi Arabia. The creation of the Taliban is said to have
been encouraged by the CIA and the Pakistani ISI.
Much like the Soviets, the United States recognized the strategic
potential of Afghanistan. American oil interests, of which the Bush oil family
had a stake, proposed a pipeline across the country to carry oil and gas to the
Caspian Sea, or better yet, to
ports on the Indian Ocean. Led by this oil consortium, which included California
giant UnoCal, the U.S. began its courtship of the Taliban.
Prior to the Bush II regime, the U.S. led oil cartel's plan for
the nearly $5-billion dollar pipeline was rebuffed by the Taliban. Unhappy with
this decision, another way was needed to obtain the highly valued and lucrative
pipeline. War plans were drawn up prior to 9/11 for the invasion of Afghanistan,
much as they were for Iraq. All that was needed was a pretext for war.
With the advent of the 9/11 event and its immediate blame placed
on Osama bin Laden, the wealthy U.S. oil interests found their excuse for going
to war with the Afghans, even though
bin Laden immediately denied any
involvement with the attacks. With the U.S. demanding the extradition of bin
Laden, the Taliban rejected the notion that he was behind the attacks, demanding
proof of his involvement.
The rest, as they say, is history. The U.S. had its
"boogeyman" and new terror group which they announced to the world as a vast
network known as al Qaeda.
"Al-Qaida, quite literally means the database."
MP Robin Cook
With a weak coalition, not entirely sanctioned by the UN, the
U.S. went to war against Afghanistan, claiming an alleged legal retribution for
the 9/11 attacks.
Of course, the 9/11 Commission Report
gives a totally different account, but it is widely regarded by many as
merely a ruse to substantiate the War on Terror, and the end goal of
securing not only the Afghan pipeline, but also the valuable oil fields of Iraq.
The Bush-Cheney regime was found to have had war plans already drawn up in
advance of 9/11. Their immediate accusation of Osama's involvement,
within mere moments of the attack, bore no evidence to support the U.S. claim, a
fact reinforced by the FBI, which to this date claims it still has no conclusive
proof that bin Laden was involved in the 9/11 event.
Despite weapons inspector Hans Blix's denial that
Iraq possessed weapons of mass destruction, the U.S. pulled him from Iraq and
began its preparation for a baseless war, culminating in the "Shock & Awe"
invasion and the overthrow of former U.S. installed and long supported
dictator Saddam Hussein.
Through it all, the false "War on Terror" had
begun. The conjuring of an evil opponent was now in place and firmly brainwashed
into the American mindset and world populace, spoon-fed by a complicit media who
never once displayed any intellectual curiosity for facts or the truth.
For those that remember the 60's Mel Brooks sitcom
"Get Smart," the fictional worldwide network known as
similar in many ways to the al Qaeda of the new millennium, the never
before faced international network of evil. The U.S. origin of al Qaeda has been
strongly disavowed and kept a secret from those with no understanding of the
Russian-Afghan war that spawned the group.
Al Qaeda is, for all intents and purposes, the
poster child for the "War On Terror," a manufactured enemy for a manufactured
As long as our government leaders continue to perpetrate this threat to us, the War
On Terror will reign on forever, much to the delight and immoral profit of
the defense industry, its private backers and the central banks.
And so the nebulous War on Terror rages on,
against an opponent, confirmed by U.S. military accounts, to be less than 100
strong now in Afghanistan. Yet onward still we fight, against a figurehead believed
by many to be long dead, and an organization not as vast and omnipotent as we
have been led to believe. Many don't want you to know that though. The threat of
Osama the boogeyman is the necessary fuel that drives the war machine and
generates the blood stained profits of war. Without Osama and al Qaeda, there is
no War On Terror.
Ironically enough, the single most effective
recruitment tool for al Qaeda is the U.S. and its foreign policy. Once a former
U.S. created support cell, al Qaeda now exists in large part due to its
overwhelming hate and disgust for the country directly responsible for its
As former news anchor Linda Ellerbe used to say,
"and so it goes."
A Documentary By The Corbett Report, “Al Qaeda Doesn’t Exist”
DailyNewsCaster.com, by George -
November 23rd, 2008
The Corbett Report will be releasing a documentary on how
“Al Qaeda” is nothing more than the CIA funded
“Freedom Fighters” who fought with the Soviets occupying
Afghanistan in the 1980’s. The Corbett Report has released a
three minute trailer called
“Al Qaeda Doesn’t Exist” on their YouTube
channel. The video can also be seen here...
Al Qaeda Doesn't Exist
courtesy of the Corbett Report)
Picking Our Enemies
This may be a parody, but it's very close to the mark.
About The Author:
Tim Watts is a veteran San Francisco
broadcaster with 25 years experience in the industry as
an on-air talent, Program Director, and consultant. He
is the creator and sole author of the websites
TheAmericanTruthNetwork.com. He has been
writing about U.S. corruption over the last decade, while also investigating 9/11 from the moment that the first tower
fell. He has documented his 9/11 research on a website
A September Coup.