The Western public, force-fed an ideological diet of mythical “radical Islamic terror threats,” must be scratching its collective head. Why is the CIA awarding anti-terror medals to the leaders of Saudi Arabia — the main source of ISIS, al-Qaeda, and the whole takfiri-wahhabi virus that supposedly threatens us? (And that really does threaten Muslims in several countries.)
Saudi Arabia provides most of the ideological support, and much of the material support as well, for ISIS and other takfiri groups that are running amok in Iraq, Syria, and to a lesser extent Yemen. And Saudi Arabia’s state terrorism in Yemen has inflicted untold suffering on the civilian population of that country.
No government of any other Muslim-majority country even comes close to Saudi Arabia when it comes to terrorism. Yet the CIA gives these guys medals. What’s up with that?
The answer, taboo in mainstream media and academia, is simple: The real source of “radical Islamic terrorism” is the Zionist-dominated Western Deep State — and Saudi Arabia has cooperated with those forces in manufacturing a mythical “radical Islamic terror threat.”
Take al-Qaeda — please! Al-CIA-duh, as it is sometime called, is a band of Saudi-sponsored mercenaries who have been doing the geostrategic bidding of the USA and Israel since 1979. Everything of significance that al-CIA-duh has done has been at the behest of their Western masters.
The same is true of ISIS. Donald Trump was more or less right when he said Obama created ISIS. Actually, it was Western Deep State forces that are not entirely under the command and control of POTUS that created ISIS. But they did so while Obama was in office. So this was one of the few “at least somewhat true” things that Trump has ever said.
Saudi Arabia provides some of the money, and most of the ideology, for these ventures.
And that is why the CIA gives them “terrorism medals.”
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