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Earlier this month Nabil Na’eem, the founder of the Islamic Democratic Jihad Party and former top al-Qaeda commander, told the Beirut-based pan-Arab TV station al-Maydeen all current al-Qaeda affiliates, including ISIS, work for the CIA. ISIS is a well-armed and trained terrorist group now in control of large areas of Iraq and Syria. The NSA document states the group was established by U.S., British and Israeli intelligence as part of a strategy dubbed “the hornet’s nest” to draw Islamic militants from around the world to Syria.
originally posted by: MrCynic
Is anyone in the world assumed capable of hatred toward the U.S. or West without it's active support, training or brainwashing? He was a prisoner of the U.S. in Iraq and in a place we know few were treated well among his class of prisoner. We know he left custody telling his jailers he would 'see them in New York', in nothing like a friendly way.
I find it odd that, literally, every enemy of at least the last 25 years is said by some to be a creation or direct asset or even employee of the United States Government. This, while those enemies make it their mission in life to kill as many members of the U.S. Government and American populace as they can have come into range, with extra emphasis placed for any successful strikes.
It's an odd position to take, that the greatest enemies one nation has are it's own creations and active running operations, while they are being attacked and seriously harmed by the same enemy forces. You'd almost wonder if segments of our Government had taken on a death wish or clinical signs of suicidal tendencies?
originally posted by: Thorneblood
a reply to: demus
Its the same silly theory everyone seems to accept.....
Blah blah blah CIA blah blah Bad Man blah blah Oil....
In a different decade I might have bought it, but not today. Not anymore.
I think that's just a story we tell ourselves to reinforce the belief that the US is still in control, that it is still pulling the strings...mostly to ignore the unsettling truth that no one was behind the wheel to begin with...