America siding with 'terrorists' like al-Nusra? It's not a conspiracy theory
Key Excerpts from Article on Website of The Independent (One of the UK's leading newspapers)
Posted: June 21st, 2015
That inestimable French journal Le Monde Diplomatique this month carries a wodge of articles under the title Did you say conspiracy?, painfully dissecting how many false-flag stories turned out to be true. Theres the 1933 burning of the Reichstag which might have been started by the Nazis; the successful and real CIA-MI5 plot to overthrow Irans elected Prime Minister Mohammad Mossadegh; Israels 1954 Operation Susannah in which Israeli-organised attacks on UK and US buildings in Cairo were blamed on Egyptian nationalists; and the 1964 Tonkin incident, when America reported totally imaginary North Vietnamese attacks on a US warship, which led to the very real launching of the Vietnam War. Intelligence reports to the French government have been recording US air strikes against Isis that have avoided endangering positions held by al-Nusra ... the moderate Jabhat al-Nusra rebels, the throat-cutters and executioners who are playing the anti-Isis card to woo the US. When Isis arrived in its thousands to assault Palmyra last month for the most part, in broad daylight not one US plane appeared in Syrian skies. You dont have to be a reporter, let alone a conspiracy theorist, to see the warning lights around the war on terror story in Syria. Because some of the terrorists are soon going to be our terrorists as long as they fight ... the Assad terrorists at the same time. All they need is more cash and more weapons. And I bet you theyll get them, courtesy of the ol US of A. Just dont mention the word conspiracy.
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