May 11, 2012
“From underwear bombers to Libya’s globetrotting death squads, it turns out that the US government itself is driving this omnipresent global threat and constitutes the premier state-sponsor of terrorism. From the very creation of Al Qaeda in the mountains of Afghanistan, to Al Qaeda death squads bombing targets across Syria today, the US is machinating behind the scenes to perpetuate its foreign policy through a false strategy of tension where the villains and “heroes” are of their own creation. It is only through apathy and ignorance that they succeed in foisting this narrative upon the public, as well as our daily patronage of the corporate-financier interests devising and driving this agenda.” – Tony Cartalucci, “Latest Al Qaeda Boogeyman is CIA Agent.”
On April 28, 2012, The New York Times published a “truther” article with the headline, “Terrorist Plots, Hatched by the F.B.I.” I couldn’t believe my eyes. Is this the same New York Times that said Iraq was connected to Al-Qaeda and that the moon is made out of cheese?
When did conspiracy theorists start taking over the minds of the editors of the New York Times?
What is going on?
Is New York Times trutherism a mere ploy to stay relevant as the global alternative media gains greater credibility?
And why is the CIA allowing the NY Times and Washington Post to say that the CIA and FBI are deceiving the public about terrorism on an epic scale? Why is the CIA saying that an Al-Qaeda bomber is a CIA double agent? Why do they want to associate Al-Qaeda with the CIA so openly and unashamedly? Do they want people in denial to take the blinders off and see the truth that the War on Terror is a big scam? Are CIA officials closet conspiracy theorists? Are major media writers secret truthers?
I thought CIA plastic surgeons would give Al-Qaeda a facelift after the demise of head double agent Osama Bin Laden, not turn it into a joke by saying it uncovered an Al-Qaeda underwear plot against American flight passengers.
Is the CIA trying to leak the truth that Al-Qaeda is its creation and its play toy to the American people and the world? What kind of game are they really playing? Why is the voice of media power speaking truth all of a sudden?
Is the CIA and other intelligence agencies going extinct as glaciers of lies melt and icebergs of truth surface to global collective consciousness?
Do the National Security and Counter-Terrorism fraudsters in America, England, and Israel understand that the game is up? Are they hanging up their uniforms and leaving the field of fraud on their own terms? Do they know they are drowning in a sea of truth and public fury?
The tricksters at the CIA and FBI must realize that there are only two ways out of the giant mess they have made: internal reform, or external revolution. The population extermination agenda has been exposed, and it won’t work. The National Security State cannot escape history and suppress the record of its crimes and injustices against America and humanity.
The bad guys can attempt to sell political re-education camps, massive concentration camps, political detention centers, mass killings, martial law, world war three, etc. – but they will fail. They won’t be successful in shoving tyranny down the American people’s throats. Their game of fraud and treason is over.
Truthers and conspiracy theorists are clearly winning in the Infowar. Even the mainstream media machine now admits that the CIA and Al-Qaeda are basically one. The FBI and CIA have been exposed as terrorism factories, not security agencies.
What’s next? Will the New York Times and Washington Post touch 9/11 truth? Will CNN and Fox News start paying allegiance to Ron Paul and the American flag instead of Barack Obama and an authoritarian global government? Will they treat the American people and the people of the word as humans instead of as animals? Maybe that’s pushing it, but maybe there is some humanity in the corporate/state media in America and the West. Maybe these people are not totally evil. And maybe the public is not totally gullible.
Saman Mohammadi is the writer and editor at The Excavator
This article was posted: Friday, May 11, 2012 at 3:07 am