May 6, 2014
The kinetic action murder of 30,000 Libyans and the brutal assassination of the country’s leader by the United States and NATO produced a political vacuum in Libya now occupied by al-Qaeda affiliates.
Libya: NATO-supported liberators recycled into new enemies.
“One U.S. military contractor working on counter-terrorism in Africa summed up the situation in Libya today as simply, ‘Scumbag Woodstock.’ The country has attracted that star-studded roster of notorious terrorists and fanatics seeking to wage war on the West,” writes Eli Lake for Newsweek’s Daily Beast.
The situation in Libya is a repeat of Iraq. “AQI [Al-Qaeda in Iraq] in 2013 is an extremely vigorous, resilient, and capable organization that can operate from Basra to coastal Syria,” writes Jessica D. Lewis for the Institute for the Study of War, a neocon think tank.
Another “Scumbag Woodstock” exists in Syria. According to the establishment media, the externally generated civil war in that country represents a magnet for jihadists who will, FBI Director James B. Comey warned last week, soon arrive in America to carry out terror attacks. This is the same sort of hysterical fear-mongering Americans have endured since 9/11.
“All of us with a memory of the ’80s and ’90s saw the line drawn from Afghanistan in the ’80s and ’90s to Sept. 11,” Comey said. “We see Syria as that, but an order of magnitude worse in a couple of respects. Far more people going there. Far easier to travel to and back from. So, there’s going to be a diaspora out of Syria at some point and we are determined not to let lines be drawn from Syria today to a future 9/11.”
Comey’s “memory of the ’80s and ’90s” is hobbled by amnesia. The line in Afghanistan was manufactured by the CIA, Pakistani intelligence, with money provided by Saudi Arabia. Both al-Qaeda and the Taliban were spawned from the Mujahideen, a paramilitary umbrella group cobbled together by the CIA – and subsequently dubbed its largest and most successful operation – to give the Soviet Union its Vietnam, as former U.S. National Security advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski put it a few years back.
For Comey and the establishment, al-Qaeda is like a fungus that returns despite the amount of fungicide applied to the infected area. If there is indeed a “diaspora out of Syria,” it will be an influx created, like its predecessor in Afghanistan, by the CIA and Saudi Arabia, this time with the assistance of Turkey and Qatar.
The objective in Libya, and now in Syria, is not establishing some sort of fanciful Arab Spring democracy project. The objective is to dismantle political and social institutions. Creative destruction, what Michael Ledeen called “the democratic revolution,” is designed to dismantle Arab and Muslim societies and produce failed states offering little resistance to globalist domination. After “blood borders” are established, a new subset of ethnic tension and conflict will exact the imperial rule of divide and conquer.
“It was ‘divide and conquer’ that made it possible for an insignificant island in the north of Europe to rule the world. Division and chaos, tribal, religious and ethnic hatred, were the secret to empire,” writes Conin Hallinan. It is, as well, secret to global corporate domination.
The empire of the 21st century is not England ruling with an iron fist over Ireland, India and other far-flung colonies, but rather one dominated by a banker and corporatist global cabal. Blood borders exacerbated by ruthless terrorists are designed to weaken national sovereignty and make the world – specifically Africa, the Middle East, Central Asia and, most recently, Ukraine – more pliable to globalist domination and control.
In addition to fostering exploitable ethnic and religious hatred, the al-Qaeda project grows the military-industrial complex and its counter-terror and national security subsidiaries. FBI Director James B. Comey’s stern warning is tailored for that particular market as the effort to convert America into a high-tech surveillance state panopticon continues.