CIA created and supported Taliban
Wednesday, 1 July, 2009
The American investigative journalist Wayne Madsen says that the U.S. Taliban fighters imported from Afghanistan and paid for attacks on civilians and coalition forces in Iraq.
Madsen: "This is a classic story of false flag terrorism. We know that the U.S. has a long history with the Taliban, which goes back to the Afghan War (1979-1989), the Soviet Union tried to conquer the country. "
This tells Madsen Tuesday in an interview with the English-language news channel Russia Today. Madsen worked for his career as a journalist and author of the intelligence service of the U.S. Navy.
"A credible Western intelligence source in Iraq reported in 2007 that a bus full of 40 Taliban fighters had been stopped by Iraqi police, the Taliban fighters they said by the U.S. to Iraq were sent there to cause chaos. The police they could arrest commandeerde American commanders to let them go, "says Madsen.
Special Forces disguised as terrorists
In September 2005 news agency Reuters reported that two British Special Forces were arrested by Iraqi authorities after they opened fire on the police. The Special Forces were disguised as Arab civilians and reason around in a car full of explosives and weapons. The incident took place just before an important religious day in Iraq.
U.S. remains in Iraq long
Also, the U.S. fighters of the Iraqi resistance leader Muqtada al-Sadr arm with materials to make improvised bombs. According to Madsen did the American army has nothing against, because the American chief David Petraeus a cease-fire had ended with al-Sadr.
The journalist says that the U.S. for a long period no plans to leave Iraq, even though American troops are pulling back recently from the cities. It would go to oil interests.
Pakistani president: CIA created Taliban
In May, the Pakistani president Asif Ali Zardari similar allegations as Madsen to the U.S. in an interview with NBC news. He said that the U.S. intelligence service CIA and the U.S. supported Pakistan's ISI intelligence service "has created the Taliban." Zardari said that the CIA and the ISI is still supporting the Taliban.
The alleged mastermind behind the attacks of 9 / 11, Osama Bin Laden, was formerly a protégé of the U.S. government, during the Afghan War. Also trained the American CIA intelligence when the men of Bin Laden and designed the bunker caves of Tora Bora.
Taliban leader: Taliban working with CIA
Previous month came former Taliban leader Qari Zainuddin to. The desert was from the Pakistani Taliban, and then to announce that the terror group cooperated with U.S. intelligence to the country deliberately to destabilize.