Thursday, November 26, 2015

Dan Sanchez — They Sow The Cyclone - We Reap The Blowback

How the US created jihadism beginning over forty years ago under the aegis of Henry Kissinger and then Zbigniew Brzezinski down to the present. A sordid tale of intrigue, deceit, and mayhem. You can't make this stuff up.

They Sow The Cyclone - We Reap The Blowback
Dan Sanchez
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Peter Pan said...

Interesting that the author does not even suggest the possibility that the 9/11 attackers were aided and abetted by the US. There was a massive security failure. And it was an even that led to the dismantling of American civil liberties. And now Paris.

I can understand not wanting to be branded a conspiracy theorist, but who is benefiting from all this blow-back?

Peter Pan said...


Tom Hickey said...

Larry Wilkerson, Colin Powell's chief of staff when he was Sec of State, recently said that the most sensitive information is passed face to face by the top dogs in secure environments like the Oval Office, so it is not possible to know the real story unless it is later revealed. He said that Powell was likely not privy to this information since it is communicated on the basis of "need to know." Those who don't need to know just receive their directions from those who do know, and some this stuff stays at the top, sealed from history. All that's visible is the effect of it, and theories get developed from that.

In my view, 9/11 is an incident raising more questions than answers, just like the assassinations of the Kennedy brothers, MLK and Malcolm X.

For example, it was recently revealed that the Lusitania was carrying munitions when sunk and was therefore a legal target for German submarines, just as Germany claimed at the time and Britain denied (lied about). The British government was knowingly putting passengers at risk and may well even have leaked to the German government about it in order to create an incident that would draw the US into WWI on the side of Britain.

Lusitania divers warned of danger from war munitions in 1982, papers reveal - Guardian 30 April 2014.