Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Fake al-Qaeda: Adam Gadahn & Yousef Al Khattab PLUS Anwar Al Awlaki

The following videos are posted in light of recent media claims about the threat of "Al Qaeda" in Yemen:

In relation to the Al Awlaki video, one would have to guess that the reason he made an "FBI authorised" visit to the US in October 2002 is because this man is an intelligence asset. Individuals who have certain sorts of criminal records, such as this man, can be manipulated/extorted more easily than others.

Al Awlaki is linked to three domestic attacks in the video- the Fort Hood shootings, the underwear bomber, and the Christmas tree bomber- the latter two incidents being almost certainly intelligence operations (see here and here). The claims made about his connection to the Fort Hood shootings must also be suspect.

Note: We should not believe anything the authorities claim about terrorist connections because they have been caught lying about the nature of such threats time and time again:

Final note: Al Awlaki has been also been reported dead, killed in 2009 by a US air strike.

Nevertheless, dead or alive, his name is apparently being used as an "intelligence ghost mastermind" to help push the Al Qaeda fable.

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As Nicholas Levis, an original 9/11 skeptic and one of the founders of, has stated:

Staging 9/11 as an inside job is going to work best (in fact, is likely to work only) if there actually exists an active network of anti-American terrorists who are deeply committed to killing Americans in response to U.S. policy. In other words, those who would blame Qaeda need a (relatively) real Qaeda. A partly-real enemy is much better than an entirely fabricated one.

The most robust way for insider masterminds to stage 9/11 and get away with it is to arrange for their agents to infiltrate among "real foreign terrorists." Let them come up with their own plots (or plant plots among them), choose a plot that will produce the results desired by the masterminds, and see that through to fruition.

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