Pictured above above is Ephraim Halevy Mossad Chief 1998-2002


The next time someone asks “what is Al-Qaida?” be sure to ask if they mean “Al-Qaida” or “Al khida”

The English often use the much loved expression “Barking up the wrong tree” Quite simply it means looking for something in the wrong place, and in reality your attentions SHOULD be focused elsewhere. For two and a half years the mainstream media has kept the tail wagging public on a short leash having led it down the garden path to a big old empty tree where it has stood barking and howling day and night, much to the amusement of it’s master.

Sounds funny until it suddenly dawns on you that YOU are the dog, your master is the government, and the media is simply an overpaid dog walker. “Oh, you’re just another nutty conspiracy theorist” I hear you say, just remember it is all too easy to dismiss anyone by using the “conspiracy” label. History, for those that choose to read, is littered with “conspiracy’ theorists that have been proven correct with the passing of time. It is almost amusing that anyone that dares to suggest a theory which to some might be objectionable or offensive is branded in this way.

September the eleventh Two Thousand and One was a tragic day for us in the ‘Civilized’ West, thousands of innocent lives lost due to what appeared to be an inexplicable act of terrorism. For Muslims throughout the world, there was probably an equal sense of shock and anger. Naturally there would be some Muslims that, having suffered at the hands of Western Governments, would choose to celebrate such an event, and perhaps they would be justified in doing so.

Barely had the dust settled in New York and the fingers began pointing to ‘Muslim fanatics’, ridiculous Bushism’s such as “they hate us because of our freedom” were banded around, have you ever heard of anyone hating anyone on account of their freedom? Perhaps changing the words ‘us’ to ‘The U.S’ and ‘freedom’ to ‘greed & stupidity’ would have made more sense.

So within hours of an attack that “no one could have possibly predicted” we are fed the names of the ‘alleged hijackers’ all of which were typically Arab sounding names, none of which appeared on any of the published passenger lists. Copies of the Koran were suddenly found in the hired car belonging to one of the hijackers along with flight manuals, Sherlock Holmes was never afforded such good fortune in any of his cases.

In Latin there is an expression ‘Qui bono?”, literally this translates as “Who benefits?”, frequently used when investigating a crime. Quite simply the beneficiary of a crime is usually the perpetrator or at the very least a conspirator. So if we apply this most simple of equations to 2001, what are we left with? Look around, do you see any benefit to Muslim communities throughout the world? the sad fact is that the opposite is true. From Afghanistan to Iraq thousands of lives have been taken needlessly. In the West there is suspicion and ill feeling toward Muslims fueled by the media satisfying the public’s need for revenge.

With the passing of time it has become quite clear who has benefited from the terrorist attacks, the answer lies in the bloodstained trail of money, from Larry Silverstein’s insurance claims to the Defence Department’s previously tight budget. Might Israel have participated in and benefited from the attacks? what could be better, a massive U.S. military presence in the Middle East, worldwide hatred towards Muslims and the reopening of the Haifa oil pipeline to Israel, closed since 1948.

“One former senior CIA official said: 'It has long been a dream of a powerful section of the people now driving this administration [of President George W. Bush] and the war in Iraq to safeguard Israel's energy supply as well as that of the United States" read article

Read between the lines, “a powerful section of the people now driving this administration”, who are these people?, if you do not know then look it up, try Google or start here. Objective criticism of Israel is a difficult thing to succeed in doing without being attacked by the oversensitive brainwashed public as a “Jew hater” or a “holocaust denier”, let me tell you I am none of these things. Why should I hate Jews any more than I should hate the American public simply because I disagree with the despotic actions of their respective governments?

For decades Mossad, the Israeli Secret Service, has with some success pursued an aggressive approach to securing the future of the State of Israel. Beneath the motto of “By way of deception” , like an unseen hand in a game of chess it has participated in numerous well documented ‘false flag’ operations. But it is perhaps the coup of September 2001 that has been their greatest success yet. After all it was former Israeli prime minister Yitzhak Shamir that said:

“Neither Jewish morality nor Jewish tradition can be used to disallow terror as a means of war... We are very far from any moral hesitations when concerned with the national struggle. First and foremost, terror is for us a part of the political war appropriate for the circumstances of today...”

Which brings us back to “By way of deception” or should I say it in Arabic “A’n tarik al khida” So for those of you that want to believe the official line that “Al-Qaida” did it, carry on waving your flag and go back to your comic book fantasy land, however on this occasion the ‘good guy’ will not prevail over the evil villain because he is barking up the wrong tree.


May 1st 2004



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