What connects al-Qaeda, Salafists. Muslim Brotherhood, Obama, Sayeeda Warsi and Saudi based OIC?
How UK supported al-Qaeda
Paul Jay: So just to get clear, this is a plan to use al-Qaeda type groups in Libya to assassinate the leader of Libya.
Annie Machon, a former intelligence officer for the U.K.'s MI5: Yes, at a time when al-Qaeda was known to be an enemy of the West. So MI5 was investigating them; MI6 was funding them. And that was how crazy it was.
March 29, 2011, Washington Post: “It’s almost a certitude that at least part” of the Libyan opposition includes members of al-Qaeda, said Bruce Riedel, a former senior CIA analyst and adviser to President Obama. Riedel said that anti-Gaddafi elements in the rebel stronghold of Benghazi have had “very close associations with al-Qaeda” dating back years.
March 30, 2011, Sayeeda Warsi (a former Cabinet Minister of the British Government and Chairman of the Conservative Party. Today she is a "
Timbuktu again strangled by islam
Do we now see a repetition of what happened 1300 years ago in Africa and in parts of Europe until Martel stopped it in France? Yet calling it with its proper name seems difficult!
Pamela Geller wrote in July, 2012 (strike-throughs by Klevius): This catastrophe (Klevius: I.e. islam taking over from the Tuaregs) did not “just happen.” It is the direct result of an episode that may at first seem unrelated: the US-led intervention in Libya last year. Rarely in recent times has there been a more vivid example of how such interventions can produce devastating unexpected results.
Under the regime of MoammarKhadafy, who was killed during the Libyan war, a portion of the army was made up of Tuaregs. They are a nomadic people whose traditional homeland is centered in northern Mali. After Khadafy was deposed, they went home — armed with potent weaponry they brought from Libya. Seeking to press their case for a homeland in Mali, they quickly overran the lightly armed Malian army.
Into this upheaval stepped another group, shaped not by ethnicity but by devotion to
This is an emerging crisis that could engage the world for years. A vast region has fallen out of the control of central government and into the hands of violent radicals. They may cause far more death and suffering than Khadafy ever did.
Four officials in Washington pressed hard for intervention in Libya last year and managed to persuade President Obama that it was necessary to avoid a humanitarian disaster. When the four of them — Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Ambassador to the United Nation Susan Rice, and two staff members at the National Security Council, Samantha Power and Gayle Smith — decided to lobby for this intervention, did they consider the possible consequences?
The American-led intervention in Libya may have given Al Qaeda one of its greatest triumphs since 9/11. This is especially sobering as the United States contemplates a military attack on Iran or Syria.
Here Klevius' hint to why killing muslims instead of killing islam is continuing
Problem: People ignorant about the fact that islam and islamofascism are synonyms, are still allowed to "advice".
Philip Giraldi is the executive director of the Council for the National Interest and a recognized authority on international security and counterterrorism issues. He is a former CIA counter-terrorism specialist and military intelligence officer: One can easily see how linking fascism to Islam is a non-starter unless one accepts the argument made by those who believe that at least some radical Muslims are trying to recreate the Caliphate, a political entity which would be totalitarian in nature.
Klevius: This is, in fact, an exact description of what Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, Fuhrer of OIC, wants to recreate (said in an interview).
Philip Giraldi: Call al-Qaeda what you will, but it is definitely not a fascist organization.
Klevius: Roger Griffin describes fascism as "a genus of political ideology (islam/Sharia covers all aspects of life) whose mythic core (Mohammed/Koran) in its various permutations is a palingenetic (rebirth or re-creation of the muslim world Umma) form of populist ultranationalism". Griffin describes the ideology as having three core components: "(i) the rebirth myth, (ii) populist ultra-nationalism and (iii) the myth of decadence" (Western secularism and freedom based on Human Rights). Fascism is "a genuinely revolutionary, trans-class form of anti-liberal, and in the last analysis, anti-conservative nationalism" built on a complex range of theoretical and cultural influences.