More GWOT Grist: Taliban Support Murder of Soldiers at Fort Hood

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Kurt Nimmo
Infowars
November 11, 2009

Nidal Malik Hasan, the topless bar promenading Muslim accused of killing soldiers at Fort Hood, is a hero according to the Taliban. The plaudit was allegedly posted on jihadist forums, according to the SITE Intelligence Group, reports the Herald and Weekly Times.

Taliban show off “seized” U.S. equipment.

The SITE Institute, short for Search for International Terrorist Entities, operates as a propaganda outfit for the National Security Agency, the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security. Blackwater USA, now Xe Services, has praised the organization as an invaluable resource.

In addition to showering praise on Hasan, the Taliban supposedly warned the United States of more attacks unless Washington ends its policies in Afghanistan and Iraq. “The recent attack on the military base in Texas warns that if the occupation policy of the American rulers continues in this way, without them folding the carpets of occupation and transgression in Afghanistan and Iraq, it is natural then that incidents and attacks similar to Texas will spread to the Pentagon and other American military centers,” the message said.

Information has surfaced recently further demonstrating that the Taliban “insurgency” in Afghanistan is covertly supported by the United States. Earlier this week, the Associated Press reported on television footage broadcast showing Taliban fighters handling U.S. ammunition in a remote area of eastern Afghanistan that American forces left last month following a deadly firefight that killed eight troops.

Hamid Karzai, Afghan puppet installed by the U.S., recently accused his benefactors of ferrying Taliban fighters around in helicopters. “For several weeks now, Afghanistan has been consumed by stories of mysterious ‘foreign helicopters’ ferrying Taliban fighters to a new front in northern Afghanistan. These helicopters are alleged by no less than President Karzai to belong to ‘foreign powers’ such as the United States and its allies. The helicopters are said to land in remote regions, but their activity has supposedly been noted by nomads who travel through the deserts of Baghlan and Kunduz province,” writes Andrew McGregor.

In 2008, the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) was accused of directly supporting the Taliban. “Reports emanating from Afghan circles said last week that ISAF troops drooped arms and munitions to Taliban insurgents in Arghandab of southern Kandahar province,” the People’s Daily Online reported on April 15, 2008. “A parliamentarian, Zalmai Mujadadi, told reporters early in the weekend that the international troops intentionally provided the arms and munitions to militants.” Richard A. Boucher, then Assistant Secretary of State, denied the accusation.

[efoods]The British have also worked with the Taliban. In July, 2008, The Independent reported how the Taliban provided British forces with intelligence used to assassinate rivals. For instance, the Taliban ratted out Mullah Dadullah, who was killed by a special forces unit of the British Naval Service in May of 2007.

In October, CNN reported a U.S. program to pay Taliban fighters to quit the organization. “The buyout idea, according to the Sen. Carl Levin, chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, is to separate local Taliban from their leaders, replicating a program used to neutralize the insurgency against Americans in Iraq.” Levin and the the Senate Armed Services Committee obviously have little understanding of Afghan society — Pashtun socio-political affairs are dominated by tribal and sub-tribal loyalties, alliances, and conflicts and no amount of U.S. money will change these ancient alliances. The Taliban is the most prominent and active Pashtun organization in the country. Going up against it spells certain death, as Mullah Dadullah discovered.

Taliban influence in Afghanistan is pervasive. “Karzai’s elder brother was a Taliban and both used to live in Quetta Pakistan,” explains Rupee News. “Part of his family still lives there. Mr. Hamid [ Karzai] is a self-professed Taliban who was proposed as the UN Ambassador of the Taliban government. During this days as a Conoco representative Mr. Karzai reportedly received lots of money from Enron and Conoco to get the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan pipeline off the ground.”

The Taliban reportedly also turned down a power-sharing offer proposed by the U.S. “US negotiators had offered the Taliban leadership through Mullah Wakil Ahmed Mutawakkil (former Taliban foreign minister) that if they accept the presence of NATO troops in Afghanistan, they would be given the governorship of six provinces in the south and northeast,” a senior Afghan Foreign Ministry official told IslamOnline last month.

Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari told NBC in an interview in May of this year that the CIA and his country’s ISI created the Taliban. The militant Wahhabi organization is “part of our past and your past, and the ISI and CIA created them together.” Zardari accused the U.S. of supporting the military rule of Pervez Musharraf who supported the Taliban during his reign.

Zbigniew Brzezinski encourages the Taliban.

New World Order Rockefeller top operative and former National Security Chief Zbigniew Brzezinski admitted the Taliban is a U.S. intelligence construct. “According to the official version of history, CIA aid to the Mujahadeen [later to become the Taliban] began during 1980, that is to say, after the Soviet army invaded Afghanistan, 24 Dec 1979. But the reality, secretly guarded until now, is completely otherwise: Indeed, it was July 3, 1979 that President Carter signed the first directive for secret aid to the opponents of the pro-Soviet regime in Kabul,” Brzezinski told the French newspaper Le Nouvel Observateur in 1998.

As noted above, that secret aid continues to this day. The U.S. has long specialized in creating enemies to be exploited in order to accomplish geopolitical objectives. The Taliban exist and are covertly supported because the U.S. needs a global war on terrorism. Obama will significantly expand this phony war against phantom enemies in the coming weeks when he signs off on an additional 40,000 troops to be sent into the Afghan meat grinder.

Nidal Malik Hasan’s fantastic — and tenuous at best — connection to Islamic terrorism will be exploited to further the GWOT objective, as will the latest bit of nonsense about the Taliban supporting his murderous rampage. In the weeks ahead, as the NWO stand-up Obama prepares to increase the U.S. presence in Afghanistan, we can likely expect more absurd propaganda from the Mockingbird media as it reads from government-issued scripts.

This article was posted: Wednesday, November 11, 2009 at 4:44 pm







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