7/27/12, "Why Are We Fighting on the Same Side as Al Qaeda?" Subtitle of post, "Why Do Progressive Liberals Fall for “Humanitarian War”?" Zero Hedge guest post by George Washington, scroll down
Terrorist rebels have been responsible for much of the violence inside Syria. And outside monitors have confirmed that the situation on the ground is much different than it is being portrayed in the Western media. (And according to the large German newspaper FAZ, those recently massacred in Hama were on the same side as Syrian leader Assad).
Reuters notes that the leader of Al Qaeda – Ayman al-Zawahri – is backing the Syrian rebels, and asking his followers to fight the Syrian government.
Even Pat Buchanan asks:
If its good for Al Qaeda, can it be good for us?
American government officials and corporate media are applauding Al Qaeda attacks in Syria. See this, this and this. Rather than condemning suicide terrorist attacks, they simply say Al Qaeda’s bombings show that the “window is closing” for Assad, and he should give up power. (Samples here, here and here – the latter tweeted by U.S. Ambassador Susan Rice right after an Al Qaeda bomb attack.)Among comments is one explaining a bit about Colorado and the defense industry:
"But they are able to do it because so many "progressives" and those on the right actually WORK for the war system, which is owned by the Central bankers. These banking families that go way back have bragged over the years about benefitting from whatever happens. They make SOMETHING happen when times are changing and keep surpressing humanity. Look at all the energy discoveries and developers who cannot get their ideas out there.
The 'little' system people that work for this war machine, are only little in respect to their masters, because many make 6 figure incomes themselves.
Colorado is a state that has masses of people (progressive and conservative) working for the system. They have norad, the universities there are highly entwined with the NSA, the new NSA plant they are building. And then you get all these shootings there. It's a weird state.
The point is, we can't stop this without confronting these little eichmans that are working for the elites, but they are usually well respected people in their communities....Technology people, science, math, etc."