Al-Qaeda – the group supposedly responsible for 9/11 – is now our ally in Syria
Al Qaeda terrorists pass review in a military training site. (PHOTO REPRODUCED FRM INFORWARS.COM)
When Infowars made the claim months ago that the government’s ties to al-Qaeda effectively meant Obama had assumed the role of global head of al-Qaeda, the news agency was predictably demonized for calling our beloved leader out on his administration’s murderous relationship with what they have been led to believe are some of the most notorious criminals on the planet.
After all, it was al-Qaeda –they were told – who committed the heinous acts of 9/11.
Although their damning report provided profuse documentation supporting the fact the Obama administration has directly been funneling aid and training, along with millions of dollars, to Al Qaeda-dominated Syrian opposition forces, mainstream media “pundits,” led by the likes of MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow, still attempted to discredit Jones– as well as formulating and attributing unsubstantiated accusations.
“He also thinks the evidence is overwhelming that the government staged the Oklahoma City bombing that the government staged the space shuttle disaster,” Maddow said in April.
“He also says the evidence is overwhelming that President Obama is now personally the global head of al Qaeda. See, the evidence is just overwhelming. Do I have to spell it out for you?” Maddow asked, feigning incredulity and ignoring the supporting evidence provided in Infowars’ article.
Fervent Infowars readers likely need no further evidence America has been the primary mover behind Al Qaeda forces in Syria. For years, we have documented how the CIA and other foreign governments have purposely installed different factions of the “terror group” (read as: mercenaries) around the world to destabilize key regions.
Here is just a smattering of recent articles further supporting the fact Obama is working with the very people we were told to fear in the days after 9/11.
Ignoring the Headlines
In order to remain oblivious to the multiple confirmations proving our claims accurate, it’s necessary to ignore contradictory headlines. Here are a few:
In a recent article by the UK’s London Independent, writer Robert Fisk asked “Does Obama know he’s fighting on Al-Qaeda’s side?”
If Barack Obama decides to attack the Syrian regime, he has ensured – for the very first time in history – that the United States will be on the same side as al-Qa’ida.
In a USA Today story titled, “Syrian rebels pledge loyalty to al-Qaeda,” writer Mona Alami also claimed the following:
A Syrian rebel group’s April pledge of allegiance to al-Qaeda’s replacement for Osama bin Laden suggests that the terrorist group’s influence is not waning and that it may take a greater role in the Western-backed fight to topple Syrian President Bashar Assad.
Another story out of the London Guardian, entitled, “Al-Qaida Turns Tide for Rebels in Battle for Eastern Syria,” fleshed out that Free Syrian Army fighters met “almost every day” with al-Qaeda leadership, the same rebel forces we’ve been pledging millions of dollars to.
In yet another story indicating the Free Syrian Army was increasingly being overtaken by anti-American al-Qaeda loyalism, the BBC interestingly published an article titled, “Syria crisis: Al-Nusra pledges allegiance to al-Qaeda.”
The leader of the al-Nusra Front, a jihadist group fighting in Syria, has pledged allegiance to the leader of al-Qaeda, Ayman al-Zawahiri.
Abu Mohammed al-Jawlani said the group’s behavior in Syria would not change as a result.
And in February, in the London Telegraph article “Syria: how jihadist group Jabhat al-Nusra is taking over Syria’s revolution,” Ruth Sherlock wrote:
For many Syrians Nusra is synonymous with al-Qaeda. Many of their fighters are foreign jihadists; some fought with al-Qaeda in Iraq.
Last December, The New York Times, was also forced to report “Syrian Rebels Tied to Al Qaeda Play Key Role in War.”
Ignoring Pundits, Lawmakers and Leaders
Several prominent political pundits and national leaders have also begun attempting to wake the American people up to Obama’s al-Qaeda support efforts.
When the Senate Foreign Relations Committee voted last week to authorize strikes on Syria, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul highlighted the absurdity of aiding known terrorists when he stated, “You will be funding, today, the allies of al Qaeda. It’s an irony you cannot overcome.”
Conservative pundit Pat Buchanan was also one of the first prominent political commentators to reveal he believed the Syrian gas attack may have been a staged provocation. Senators Ted Cruz and Dennis Kucinich have stated that if Obama authorized air strikes on Syria, then our military would in effect become “Al Qaeda’s air force.”
Former Congressman Ron Paul claimed he believed Syria’s disputed August 21 chemical weapons attack could have been a “false flag” attack, and asked Fox News host Neil Cavuto, “Why are we on the side of the Al Qaeda right now?”
Afghan President Hamid Karzai has also made clear that the Obama administration is now colluding with the Taliban while the group carries out suicide bombings in the “service of America.”
Obama admits he wants to aid al-Qaeda
In his speech, Obama confessed to the nation the opposition forces he so badly wanted to support in Syria were increasingly al-Qaeda extremists.
“It’s true that some of Assad’s opponents are extremists,” Obama admitted.
“But al Qaeda will only draw strength in a more chaotic Syria if people there see the world doing nothing to prevent innocent civilians from being gassed to death.”
George Orwell’s 1984 perfectly depicted the problem of a nation surrendering control of its media to government.
In his startlingly accurate vision, whole nations were convinced they had never been at war, or were always at war, simply through media manipulation.
Of course, Orwell never anticipated the immense technological advances that would one day emerge to aid those who have realized the absurdity of embracing the very terror groups we were supposed to be fighting.
Even former US National Security Adviser and Trilateral Commission cofounder Zbigniew Brzezinski recently admitted that “instant mass communications” was derailing efforts to create a new world order, and that a “global political awakening” was responsible for unhinging plans for a Syrian intervention. It’s important to realize that it’s the media’s job to feed us war propaganda.
Through war, the globalists believe, they can derive order from chaos.
However, with the Defense Department’s recent admissions they would have to beef up their public affairs efforts due to the American people no longer placing faith in their credibility, and with Obama backing off of a potential Syria strike (for the time being), it’s evident humanity is at a turning point where alternative and independent media is beginning to have an impact.
Last year, Former Congressman Ron Paul predicted a false flag attack would be used to have the public go along with a Syrian war. He also warned that much of what the media pushes is war propaganda.