The Power of Nightmares
In 2004 the BBC showed a documentary titled The Power of Nightmares.
I recommend you consider watching it. (Links provided below.)
Its main theme is how various groups use fear to get power.
Here are some of the items discussed…
• The origins of the Neocons, and how their Zionist Jew father, Professor Leo Strauss, advocated lying to the masses.
• How modern Islamic resistance owes much to Mr. Sayyid Qutb of Egypt, and his 1964 book Ma'alim fi al-Tariq (Milestones). Arabs may disagree with certain details, but I think the video’s general history is sound. Also some Arabs may consider Qutb too radical and fundamentalist, but he’s an interesting figure anyway. Nasser is shown as a CIA operative (which he was until the 1967 war.)
• In the video, top ranking CIA operatives admit that al-Qaeda is a complete and total fabrication by the CIA. They plainly state that NO SUCH ORGANIZATION HAS EVER EXISTED AT ANY TIME. The fantasy was spun in January 2001 by Jamal al Fadl, a Sudanese who had been with Bin Laden in the early 1990s. Jamal al Fadl stole money from Bin Laden, and then sought protection in the USA. The FBI and CIA paid him hundreds of thousands of dollars to create the al-Qaeda fiction. In fact, al Fadl invented the name al-Qaeda.
• During the Reagan years, the CIA knew that the USSR verged on collapse, but William Casey (Reagan’s psychopathic head of the CIA) demanded that the CIA fabricate a “global network” of Soviet-led “terrorism.” Casey had read a best-selling novel titled Terror Network: The Secret War of International Terrorism (1981) by right-wing fantasist Claire Sterling. Sterling imagined that the PLO, the IRA, the Bader Meinhoff group in Germany, and every other group was part of a global Soviet terror network. William Casey took that fictional work and made it "real" in order to give Reagan his “evil empire” of Russia. After 9-11, the Bush regime did the same thing with the fictional "al-Qaeda."
• The rise of jihadist Zio-Christians, and how they rode to power on the “Islamic threat.”
• Who Bin Laden really was, what he thought, and what he really did. He was never a leader, never had any organization, and never took part in any act of resistance. He simply provided money for several resistance groups in Afghanistan that dreamed of overthrowing corrupt regimes in places like Chechnya, Uzbekistan, and so on.
• The power struggle in Afghanistan between Palestinian Sheikh Abdullah Yusuf Azzam (who favored peaceful Islamic resistance) and the Egyptian Ayman al-Zawahiri (who favored armed resistance).
• Tora Bora, Afghanistan. Here the pro-Bush Northern Alliance claimed that “Islamofascists” (the Taliban and visiting Arabs) had vast underground cities, like the old NORAD base in Cheyenne Mountain (closed on 28 July 2006). Cheney is shown spreading this fantastic lie, claiming that such cities exist all over the world, like giant underground UFO bases. Whenever the US military found nothing, the Bush regime and the Ziocons expanded the myth. They use lack of evidence as further “proof” of how evil and cunning the “Islamofascists” are. The less something exists in physical reality, the more it "really" exists as a "global threat."
• Where most of the victims in Guantanamo and CIA torture centers came from. Afghanistan’s Northern Alliance kidnapped anyone that looked remotely Arab, and sold them to USA for fun and profit.
• How Abu Zubaydah (under torture) dreamed up the fantasy of a “dirty bomb,” which the Bush regime uses to frighten the masses. The U.S. Dept of Energy tried to make its own “dirty bomb,” but concluded that such a weapon has no practical use, since it cannot be made to actually harm anyone. Much of the Bush regime's propaganda came from Abu Zubaydah, who confessed to anything under torture.
• The change in western thinking. Rather than lock people up for what they did, America locks them up for what Americans fantasize their victims might do in the future. Victims cannot defend themselves against sick fantasies, since there is no actual charge. The lack of evidence is taken as further “evidence” in the pre-emptive “war of civilizations." Imprisonment without trial. McCarthyism on a global scale.
The video has a few things that will annoy WUFYS readers, but I recommend you look past them. For example, it (vaguely) compares Islamic resistance with the Zio-cons. This comparison is ridiculous, since the Zio-cons know they are lying.
Also it assumes that 9-11 was not a false flag attack. This is irritating, but the filmmaker avoided the issue in order to get the video shown. (It’s never been shown in the USA.) The filmmaker also ignores the Zionism of the Jewish neocons. It suggests the Ziocons had a totalitarian vision for America, when we all know their “vision” is of a planet controlled by Jews and Israel. The video portrays Leo Strauss as “conservative.” It suggests Strauss felt that “liberalism” led to nihilism. In reality, Zionist Jews have been the main champions of nihilism and moral relativism. They use it to break up Goy solidarity. The video shows how Strauss loved the cowboy gunslinger motif. In reality, Zionists want Americans to kill and die for Zionists. em>
This is irritating, but the video still has value.
Check it out if you have
C.O..Z.: all your links in the comments section below only give Hour 1, and it's a shorter version -- but thanks for the effort.
This hour discusses the origins of the murderous Neocons. It also discusses Sayyid Qutb and the origins of modern Islamic resistance. Qutb (an Egyptian) formed his ideas while he was living in the USA.
Six parts, 10 minutes each.
This hour is mainly devoted to how the Neocons lied and conspired to destroy Bill Clinton.
Six parts, 10 minutes each.
This hour exposes the CIA's fabrication of the false "al-Qaeda" myth in January 2001. In the video, CIA operatives directly involved in the"war on terror" admit that no such organization exists. "Osama Bin Laden never used the term al-Qaeda until after 9-11, when he realized that al-Qaeda was the term the Americans had invented for him." Even the wikipedia Zionists admit this. See this section under the sub-title “Legal Creation of Al Qaeda,” and then compare it with the video. Two thirds of the way through you will see the origin of the ridiculous “dirty bomb” fantasy.
Six parts, 10 minutes each.