reply to post by jaycen420
Anyone who is a Muslim, and who is against US hegemony in the region is regarded as Al-Qaeda. The group as an organization doesn't exist, the more
you use the name, the more it becomes real in the mind of the ignorant.
Everytime I see it, I feel helpless because I can't do anything about it. The intentional bombardment of propaganda to create fake realities in order
to either support wars, or support dictators is at a point of no return. US has sent drones and diplomats to help the Saleh regime crush the
protesters, just like Bahrain.
Now you have to use the word, even if the group doesn't exist, Muslims who are willing to fight against US hegemony in the region is called Al-Qaeda.
They don't sign a contract joining a group named Al-Qaeda. Those who don't fight US hegemony, but fight US puppets, or US occupying and invading
forces are called Al-Qaeda allies.
In reality anyone struggling against US aggression, occupation and Imperial policies in their country, or surroundings, is regarded as Al-Qaeda. You
could be next, but bear in mind, that fighting USSR doesn't make you Al-Qaeda.
Don't forget, when Osama was fighting USSR, there was no Al-Qaeda, they were freedom fighters. When Taliban was fighting USSR, they weren't women
abusers, and terrorists, rather freedom fighters.
Propaganda can make you see hell as heaven and heaven as hell, that is the words of Hitler, and it is 100% true.
All in all, 40 anti-Saleh fighters escaped from Prison, is that surprising? The whole country is standing up against Saleh, if they take up arms, they
would all be Al-Qaeda, funnily the Libyan rebels are not Al-Qaeda.
The term Al-Qaeda is US copy rights, so if Qaddafi labels the rebels Al-Qaeda, it doesn't make it so, because US has to use that word, I think I said