samedi 11 septembre 2010

Petit rappel historique et ce qui se cache derrière ces écrans de fumées

L’actuelle « guerre au terrorisme » est une forme moderne d’inquisition. Elle contient tous les ingrédients essentiels des Inquisitions française et espagnole.

Afin de justifier un agenda militaire, on utilise la chasse aux « terroristes islamiques » et une guerre préventive mondiale pour « protéger la patrie ».

Michel Chossudovsky : Le 11 septembre et « l’Inquisition américaine

-Osama bin Laden, America's bogyman, was recruited by the CIA in 1979 at the very outset of the US sponsored jihad. He was 22 years old and was trained in a CIA sponsored guerilla training camp.

-The architects of the covert operation in support of "Islamic fundamentalism" launched during the Reagan presidency played a key role in launching the "Global War on Terrorism" in the wake of 9/11.

- President Ronald Reagan met the leaders of the Islamic Jihad at the White House in 1985

-Under the Reagan adminstration, US foreign policy evolved towards the unconditional support and endorsement of the Islamic "freedom fighters". In today's World, the "freedom fighters" are labelled "Islamic terrorists".

-In the Pashtun language, the word "Taliban" means "Students", or graduates of the madrasahs (places of learning or coranic schools) set up by the Wahhabi missions from Saudi Arabia, with the support of the CIA.

-Education in Afghanistan in the years preceding the Soviet-Afghan war was largely secular. The US covert education destroyed secular education. The number of CIA sponsored religious schools (madrasahs) increased from 2,500 in 1980 to over 39,000

The history of the drug trade in Central Asia is intimately related to the CIA's covert operations. Prior to the Soviet-Afghan war, opium production in Afghanistan and Pakistan was directed to small regional markets. There was no local production of heroin. (Alfred McCoy, Drug Fallout: the CIA's Forty Year Complicity in the Narcotics Trade. The Progressive, 1 August 1997).

Alfred McCoy's study confirms that within two years of the onslaught of the CIA operation in Afghanistan, "the Pakistan-Afghanistan borderlands became the world's top heroin producer." (Ibid) Various Islamic paramilitary groups and organizations were created. The proceeds of the Afghan drug trade, which was protected by the CIA, were used to finance the various insurgencies

In 2001 prior to the US-led invasion, opium production under the Taliban eradication program declined by more than 90 percent.
In the immediate wake of the US led invasion, the Bush administration ordered that the opium harvest not be destroyed on the fabricated pretext that this would undermine the military government of Pervez Musharraf.

In retrospect, one of the major objectives of the 2001 invasion of Afghanistan was to restore the drug trade.

9/11 ANALYSIS: From Ronald Reagan and the Soviet-Afghan War to George W Bush and September 11, 2001

by Michel Chossudovsky

The Imperial Anatomy of Al-Qaeda. The CIA’s Drug-Running Terrorists and the “Arc of Crisis”
Part I

by Andrew Gavin Marshall

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair stated that, “To be truthful about it, there was no way we could have got the public consent to have suddenly launched a campaign on Afghanistan but for what happened on September 11

Empire, Energy and Al-Qaeda: The Anglo-American Terror Network
The Imperial Anatomy of al-Qaeda, Part II
by Andrew Gavin Marshall

As Zbigniew Brzezinski wrote in his 1997 book The Grand Chessboard, “America's primary interest is to help ensure that no single power comes to control this geopolitical space [of Central Asia] and that the global community has unhindered financial and economic access to it.”[1] Brzezinski acknowledged in his book that, “the pursuit of power is not a goal that commands popular passion, except in conditions of a sudden threat or challenge to the public’s sense of domestic well-being.”[2] He also wrote that, “The public supported America’s engagement in World War II largely because of the shock effect of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.”[3]

Donald Rumsfeld : «History is replete with instances in which warning signs were ignored and change resisted until an external, “improbable” event forced resistant bureaucracies to take action. The question is whether the US will be wise enough to act responsibly and soon enough to reduce US space vulnerability. Or whether, as in the past, a disabling attack against the country and its people – a “Space Pearl Harbor” – will be the only event able to galvanize the nation and cause the US Government to act».[9]

9/11 ANALYSIS: 9/11 and America’s Secret Terror Campaign
The Imperial Anatomy of Al-Qaeda, Part III
by Andrew Gavin Marshall

3 commentaires:

Mouton Marron a dit…

C'est assez troublant comme rappel.

Pour ce qui est du retournement des Talibans contre les USA et vice-versa, il ne faut pas trop s'étonner: c'est de la nature des alliances entre groupes belliqueux que de se transformer en guerre totale dès que l'ennemi commun est battu.

Bakouchaïev a dit…

Le plus désolant, c'est qu'on se sent impuissant face à tout ça. J'allais dire que c'est pire parce que bon nombre de ces chose se font dans le secret (techniquement), mais même si ça se ferait au grand jour, qu'est-ce que ça changerait? Ce n'est pas pour rien que les manifs, les évènements publics et l'actualité m'attire moins. Je ne vois pas mon influence dans tout ça.

Et à la limite, c'est la même chose dans ma vie perso. Je ne mène pas la vie que je voudrais (quoi que je ne sais plus ce que je veux) et je sens que j'ai peu de contrôle sur ce qui m'arrive.

Mouton Marron a dit…

Si les manifs changeaient vraiment les choses, la vie serait ô combien facile.