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Mainstream Media keeps al-Qaeda Myth Alive

“Who’s going to object to referring to the Sunni insurgency in post-war Iraq as yet another attack by al-Qaeda?”

Lost in a proxy war.
Lost in a proxy war.

(ALEXANDRIA, Egypt) - While surfing the morning news, Most people would indifferently glance at this headline “Al-Qaida in Iraq says it was behind Baghdad blasts” but would fail to grasp the real story behind it. But then, how could they not when the story is presented to them with such a deceiving title to begin with.

Now that the boys are out of the Iraqi swamp, part of Obama’s electoral campaign,why should any American care what happens in that remote area on planet earth called Iraq- a place most Americans failed to locate on the map in a National geographic survey in 2006.

The American military and the so called coalition forces raided Iraq in 2003 in a search for the alleged presence of military training camps for the so called al-Qaeda and hidden depots packed with tons of weapons of mass destruction(WMD).

Neither was found … Nevertheless the American & coalition troops dragged their feet before they finally left Iraq. And as Obama was saying to his returning soldiers “welcome home .. welcome home” his inner circle at the white house and Pentagon knew for a fact that Iraq is bound to stay under the American strategic and military control till at least 2020. That if Iraq managed to linger as one nation for that long.

Last week and as Leon Panetta, the American defense secretary was declaring that the American war on Iraq had finally come to an end and that the boys would be home for Christmas he somehow forgot to say to the Iraqis Sorry fellows for all the mess and the killing we caused. Hope you hold no hard feelings for us and that you’d understand that we didn’t mean to bring about that much damage and chaos … we were only fooled by the Israelis and blindly acted on their misleading intelligence … and yes, maybe we dumped too much Depleted Uranium on your heads .. and maybe the black water guys overdid it, any way this game is over now .. and we will leave you fellows to sort this old grudge between the Sunnis and Shiites on your own.”

While the civil war now raging between Shiite and Sunni in Iraq is sometimes cast as an extension of an age-old religious struggle, today’s conflict is about something slightly more political.

But that is not how the Zionist- controlled mainstream media define and report this struggle. Whenever covering the deadly confrontations between the two sects; the Shiites are referred to as Iran-backed sect and the Sunni sect is conveniently referred to as al-Qaeda front group.

Despite the fact that the American/coalition troops couldn’t find any WMD nor any link between Sadam’s regime and the so called al-Qaeda simply because the whole story of al Qaeda is nothing but a CIA/Mossad masterpiece operation.

Nevertheless, it won’t hurt anyone especially that Osama Bin Laden is now lying in the bottom of some sea serving as fish food, to keep this myth alive. Who’s going to object to referring to the Sunni insurgency in post-war Iraq as yet another attack by al-Qaeda?

The Bush/Obama administration used it so did Gaddafi in Libya, Saleh in Yemen and now Bashaar el-Assad in Syria … so why not keep this myth alive, it will surely come in handy, in case Israel decided it is time they fooled the Americans once again into yet another and uglier war in Iran.

US soldiers board the last C17 aircraft carrying US troops out of Iraq.

Al-Qaida in Iraq says it was behind Baghdad blasts

    BAGHDAD (AP)An al-Qaida front group in Iraq has claimed responsibility for the wave of attacks that ripped through markets, cafes and government buildings in Baghdad on a single day last week, killing 69 people and raising new worries about the country’s path.

    The coordinated attacks struck a dozen mostly Shiite neighborhoods on Thursday in the first major bloodshed since U.S. troops completed a full withdrawal this month after nearly nine years of war. They also coincided with a government crisis that has again strained ties between Iraq’s Sunnis and Shiites to the breaking point, tearing at the same fault line that nearly pushed Iraq into all-out civil war several years ago.

    The claim of responsibility made no mention of the U.S. withdrawal. Instead, it focused its rage on the country’s Shiite-dominated leadership, which Sunni insurgents have battled since it came to power as a result of the U.S.-led invasion that toppled Saddam Hussein in 2003.

    “The series of special invasions (was) launched … to support the weak Sunnis in the prisons of the apostates and to retaliate for the captives who were executed,” said the statement in the name of the Islamic State of Iraq.


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Elias December 28, 2011 6:13 pm (Pacific time)

Tim sir,
I know that you review comments before you post them on here so I thought I'd send you this very important of info for you to look up.
A war between the U.S/IsraHELL lol and Iran is never going to happen but don't take my word for it just google "Iranians ship oil to Israel".
But I don't think you're going to find it. Hours after I Started blowing the whistle on this news online, they took it down man I swear to God they took it down. So it must be real. Very f. real.
Look it up under this article: "Israel's Tehran connection" on google.
that's right, the Iran that is supposed to be the defender of the Palestinian cause is the very country that sells the oil that the Israelis put in their tanks, fighter jets and helicopters to kill the Palestinians with!
Now do you get the theatrics of the governments of the West the East and Israel?!
It took me a while to figure out what someone told me back in 2000. Basically, the Iranians are nothing but another sect of Zionist Jews.
That explains their extreme opposition to Islamic caliphate, their opposition to the liberation of Palestine, selling the very oil that kills the Palestinians to the Zionists. I'd been trying to trace Israel's oil source for years to no avail. They covered their tracks pretty well the f. rats.
That also explains Iran's help to the U.S to invade and occupy both Iraq and Afghanistan I was told by many Mujahidin and heard others like al Dhawahiri say on youtube.
It also explains the star of David found by Google on the roof of Teheran airport. you can goole it if you don't believe me.
That also explains the U.S pulling out of Iraq to hand over control to Iran, at a time when the U.S is supposed to prepare for a strike against Iran. This is to allow them free movement to go to the aid of Al Assad in exchange for guarantying the safety and peace for IsraHELL on the Golan heights front.
That also explains Iran's back up of the Syrian regime who's killing the Syrian with the help of Hizbollah who never fired a single rocket at the Zionists while the Zionists were pounding the poor Gazans.
Look into it and spread this like wild fire.
Mother f.ers! they have been killing the Palestinians with their oil while walking in the funeral procession and screaming foul play and death to Israel!
God damn I can't believe it took me this long to figure it out!

Confirm receipt of this message will you Tim bro?

Tim King: I am right here with you Brother, and I understand your point, however it seems the Iranians have a multifaceted government like the US and it is hard to describe it any one simple way.  They have laws to protect Jews and that is a strong point in waging debates over Zionism.  Since the Iranian president has spoken so directly about Palestine and the need for liberation, I have always had some faith. 

Of course Saddam Hussein's last words were supposed to have been directly about the liberation of Palestine.    So I don't think those business dealings you refer to are good, and that is the supply line with little doubt, but I think the only country that has truly pulled out of dealing with the U.S. and its allies so far is Bolivia. 

I see many things that are troubling, I am sorry the Sri Lankan Tamils have not been able to rally support in their resistance of a genocidal government from countries like Cuba, and Iran also if I am not mistaken, fails to support their cause.  It is all a big interwoven network and it could be easily used for good and to gain peace, but the power is in the wrong hands as always.  We have to remember that our discussion is taking place with a high level of understanding, and most Americans are still being molded by the MSM to believe Iran is gunning for a war.  I guess everybody has their hand in the same cookie jar, I wish things were so different.      

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