British Minister: Al-Qaeda is U.S. propaganda
Last updated: Friday, December 26 at 19:13, 44 times
Groningen, Friday, December 26, 2008
Former British Minister of Foreign Affairs stated that Al-Qaeda no real group, but only a propaganda campaign of the United States.
The former British Foreign Minister Robin Cook says:
"The truth is that there is no Islamic army or terrorist group is Al-Qaeda is. And any informed intelligence officials know this. But there is an ongoing propaganda campaign to educate the public to believe in the existence of an entity identified by the "evil" represented to the TV viewer to develop a unified international leadership for a war against terrorism to be approved. "
The country behind this propaganda is the United States. Robin Cook wrote recently:
Al-Qaida, literally the "database", was originally the computer file of thousands of Mujahideen who were recruited using the CIA trained the Russians to beat.
Cook can only confirm what others have long declared. Former National Security Adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski told the Senate that the war against terrorism is a "mythical historical story."
Read the Article from the Los Angeles Times, a BBC documentary entitled "The Power Of Nightmares", which demonstrates that the threat of Al-Qaeda is greatly inflated (the article also people in the U.S. are behind the hype .)
Not only did the U.S. government Al-Qaeda inflated, but also many false terrorist alarms issued to the public afraid to hunt.
There is a word for the deliberate creation of fear to manipulate public opinion for political purposes: terrorism.