Kurt Nimmo
December 9, 2008

It’s rather ironic that the U.S. wants to classify Hamid Gul and three other ex-ISI as terrorists. The U.S. says Gul is suspected of providing political and moral support to the Taliban-led resistance in Afghanistan. “Gul said he had recently been informed by a senior official in Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry that he had been placed on a U.S. watch list of global terrorists, along with several others. He said that he was shown a U.S. document that detailed several charges against him, including allegations that he had ties to al-Qaeda and the Taliban,” reports the Washington Post. It looks like the U.S. through its United Nations proxy will also attempt to link him to Lashkar-i-Taiba, the fall group said to be behind the false flag operation in India.

Hamid Gul
  Gul worked closely with the CIA during the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan when he was the ISI chief.

As usual, U.S. intelligence is turning on its old allies in the cooked up GWOT for self-serving political reasons. Gul worked closely with the CIA during the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan when he was the ISI chief. He has the inside scoop on the operation the CIA proudly considers its most successful — the creation of wild-eyed and religiously fanatical Islamic brigades organized to fight the Soviets in Afghanistan. It is widely acknowledged that elements of these brigades, or Mujahideen, eventually became al-Qaeda, the manufactured threat against the United States.

According to the official story, Gul turned against the United States after it abandoned Afghanistan following the 1989 Soviet withdrawal and following the U.S. effort to punish Pakistan economic and military sanctions for its secret nuclear program. Gul said that “the Muslim world must stand united to confront the U.S. in its so-called War on Terrorism, which is in reality a war against Muslims. Let’s destroy America wherever its troops are trapped.”

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But what likely really irks the U.S. is the fact Gul told journalist Arnaud de Borchgrave United Press International editor at large and others that the attacks of September 11, 2001, were an inside job. Gul told de Borchgrave the attacks were the work of renegade U.S. Air Force elements working with the Israelis.

“The U.S. spends $40 billion a year on its 11 intelligence agencies,” Gul explained. “That’s $400 billion in 10 years. Yet the Bush Administration says it was taken by surprise. I don’t believe it. Within 10 minutes of the second twin tower being hit in the World Trade Center CNN said Osama bin Laden had done it. That was a planned piece of disinformation by the real perpetrators. It created an instant mindset and put public opinion into a trance, which prevented even intelligent people from thinking for themselves.”

Gul also said the U.S. wants to destabilize Pakistan. “The destabilization of Pakistan is part of the U.S. plan because it is a Muslim nuclear state. The U.S. wants to isolate Pakistan from China as part of its containment policy. President Nixon’s book ‘The Real War’ said China would be the superpower of the 21st Century. The U.S. is also creating hostility between Pakistan and Afghanistan, two Muslim states to reverse the perception that the Islamic world now has its own nuclear weapons. Bush 43 doesn’t realize he is being manipulated by people who understand geopolitics. He is not leading but being led. All he can do is think in terms of the wanted-dead-or-alive culture, which is how Hollywood conditions the masses to think and act.”

Indeed, Gul’s comments, made in on September 26, 2001, remain relevant today as Barack Obama prepares to assume office. Obama’s foreign policy guru is Zbigniew Brzezinski, who believes Eurasia should be the focus of U.S. geostrategy.

Hamid Gul appeared on the Alex Jones Show today and added details to the above and more. Please check back with Infowars and Prison Planet later today for full coverage on Gul’s important interview.

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