Tuesday, June 13, 2006

The Blown Zarqawi Deception

Desperate Bush Admin Ends Blown Zarqawi deception by Larry Chin, Online Journal Associate Editor
June 12, 2006

"The purported execution of "Al-Qaeda mystery man" Musab al-Zarqawi ends what was
exposed two months ago as a Pentagon psychological operation in leaked military documents.

The pursuit of Zarqawi is being sold as the "turning point" of the Iraq war. It is nothing of the sort. This is another lie, heaped upon the multitude of lies that comprise the "war on terrorism" itself.

Zarqawi: Pentagon psy-op and intelligence asset

What is a well-established (and deliberately unaddressed) fact is that the United States government and US-connected intelligence agencies created Islamic "terrorism." The US and its allies have continued to use and guide terrorist cells, as well as fill worldwide media with "terrorism" propaganda.

See,
"Who is Osama bin Laden?" and "Al-Qaeda: the database"

As pointed out by Michel Chossodovsky in
"The Anglo-American War of Terror: An Overview", the continuing US-led war of conquest rests upon a labyrinth of deceptions, of which "Zarqawi" is one:

"One of the main objectives of war propaganda is to 'fabricate an enemy.’ As anti-war sentiment grows and the political legitimacy of the Bush administration falters, doubts regarding the existence of this illusive 'outside enemy’ must be dispelled.

"Propaganda purports not only to drown the truth but also to 'kill the evidence’ on how this 'outside enemy,’ namely Osama bin Laden’s Al Qaeda was fabricated and transformed into 'Enemy Number One.’"

With the Zarqawi hit, a bit more of this evidence has been killed. Literally.

Zarqawi has been reported dead more than once, and now he is
dead again, deader than ever."

There was a quote from someone a few decades ago along the lines of "If communism didn't exist, we'd have to invent it."
There was also a book that came out in the eighties by Jonathan Kwitny called "Endless Enemies." In it he gave reams of evidence that succeeding american administrations never tired of inventing boogeymen for profit and power.
I'd say that they're still at it, big time.

1 Comments:

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13/6/06 9:02 PM  

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