Full Circle: US and Saudi Arabia to arm Al-Qaeda men
Posted 21 February 2012 - 10:34 PM
In 1979, the American CIA launched operation Cyclone dedicating US$millions to the Afghan Mujahideen. Hundreds of special-forces members were recruited to train and to arm among others, 30000 so-called Afghan Arabs led by Saudi millionaire Osama Bin Laden. In addition to US financial and logistic support, Saudi Arabia and other Gulf States channeled millions to fund Bin Laden men and to publicize their 'heroic' attacks on the Soviet forces occupying the country at the time. After 9/11, the Al-Qaeda men became US public enemies no. 1 who were chased across the world, detained, tortured or killed in the war on terror that saw Iraq destroyed and occupied and the near bankrupting of America.
Thirty three years since the first US involvement with Al-Qaeda, America and Saudi Arabia are currently channeling funds and arms to Al-Qaeda men in order to undermine Iran and to topple certain Arab despots in power, the likes of Qaddafi and Assad. The Americans know that democracies in the Arab world will be anti-American by default, because of US long standing support for Israeli atrocities and for protecting most Arab autocrats, dictators, sultans and emirs. Supporting Islamic fundamentalists to gain power is the most effective way to undermine governments installed by the on-going Arab spring. In Libya, armed bearded NATO 'revolutionaries' do not deny their sympathies to Al-Qaeda in North Africa. If it weren't for the presence of Israel in the area, America would have loved supporting the establishment of a Saudi-style religious governments throughout the Middle East. But the issue of Jerusalem, a red-line to all Muslims, which the Israelis love to cross causing future wars and violence.
Adnan Darwash, Iraq Occupation Times
Posted 22 February 2012 - 06:43 AM
It should be based by population and country.
Although, I do think the United Nations should never become a One World Government. It should be a conference confederate body of representatives
each government should vote actions by their way political process.
We have loss sight of humanity for profit.
Posted 23 February 2012 - 07:44 AM
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