What's it REALLY all about? - As the face of terrorism changes, one reporter is asking a provocative question: "Who would benefit politically from a major terrorist incident on American soil, ready, willing and able to step into the breach and exploit the catastrophic loss of human life that would follow in its wake?" His answer: the world's covert agencies, including MI-6 and the CIA. This is reminiscent of charges that the war in Iraq was waged partly (or mainly) to benefit big businesses such as the oil companies and Halliburton. Future wars will not be the same as wars of the past. (They may not even involve human beings).
The recent foiled attempt by Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab to bring down Northwest Airlines Flight 253 over Detroit on Christmas Day, which was thwarted by airline passengers instead of Homeland Security, makes Tom Burghardt wonder if these so-called "security failures" are actually not something much more sinister.
On the Global Research website, Burghardt quotes security analyst Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed as saying, "Islamist terrorism cannot be understood without acknowledging the extent to which its networks are being used by Western military intelligence services, both to control strategic energy resources and to counter their geopolitical rivals. Even now, nearly a decade after 9/11, covert sponsorship of al-Qaeda networks continues." (NOTE: Subscribers can still listen to this Dreamland show).
He states that this allegation goes along with those of Michel Chossudovsky, Peter Dale Scott and Richard Labeviere, who have "painstakingly documented that the complex of jihadi groups known as al-Qaeda have enjoyed the closest ties with Western intelligence agencies stretching back decades." He asks: "Who would benefit politically from a major terrorist incident on American soil, ready, willing and able to step into the breach and exploit the catastrophic loss of human life that would follow in its wake?"
It's a SURREALISTIC question that causes us to use our brains (which are BETTER in contactees and abductees) to CHANGE THINGS, and Anne Strieber explains what this is all about just for subscribers! To access this information, enter the Subscriber section, click on the Audio Section then click on Special Interviews and scroll down until you see Special Interviews Archive, then click on that. The entire archive will open and you can scroll or do a browser search for the programming you are looking for.
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