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Al Qaeda agent got fellow al Qaeda members killed as part of his cover

There has been incredible spy stories in the past but no one before was willing to get his friends killed as part of his cover,
http://www.capitolhillblue.com/node/21474
http://www.smartbrief.com/servlet/encodeServlet?issueid=48FA0140-725C-4146-8E77-50F43C6F062B&sid=785af4c6-2496-41e6-92b4-4d6b84fbe2ea

When the FBI infiltrates the Mafia, they are ready to instantly break cover and arrest the person they were following as soon as a supposed Mafia member (the FBI plant disguised as a fellow Mafioso) was supposed to kill someone. Al Qaeda can as part of their cover, it seems, have the US government kill a few low-level al Qaeda leader just to establish cover. Five years ago four top al Qaeda members escaped from a heavily US guarded prison in Afghanistan. One soldier said even if they had wings they shouldn’t have been able to escape,
http://legacy.signonsandiego.com/uniontrib/20051204/news_1n4escape.html

I think al Qaeda is being underestimated. Perhaps there was no terror attack for years because none was scheduled, for several years except perhaps for a sleeper-cell scheduled to go off when the US sends troops to Pakistan.

Bin Laden vowed to force US troops off of sacred Muslim soil, but Bush withdrew US troops from Saudi Arabia in 2003. Before 2003 there was reported “suspicious noise” over and over again in Los Angeles, as I believe bin Laden was preparing a terror incident to coincide with the next big Los Angeles earthquake.

Under Bush the US and Soviet Nukes were still at hair trigger alert, I am sure bin Laden was dreaming of baiting an accidental nuclear exchange.

Maybe Nidal Hasan was sent to kill his fellow solders instead of killing in an airplane or train because lack of fresh troops to send overseas is the US’s weakest link not transportation centers. And al Qaeda frustratingly wants a US antiwar movement that hates US soldiers.

A false story is that bin Laden recruited Obama as a terrorist when he was six-year-old long before the Russian War in Afghanistan which would have meant bin Laden would have been clairvoyant among other things.

Russia’s top spy was Robert Hanssen who was disguised as a right-wing fanatic a member of Opus Dei, who was constantly trying to recruiting people in right wing causes. This would be like someone who ranted and raved like Dick Cheney actually being a secret al Qaeda operative, which would make a lot of since Cheney is at least unwittingly helping bin Laden create the poetized world bin Laden wants. Getting people mad at Hamas and Iran which has nothing to do with al Qaeda. When al Qaeda tried to get involved in the west bank it ended up fighting with Hamas leaders. Google Al Qaeda declares war on Hamas. And one, it turned out, partly exaggerated head line was that “al Qaeda declares war on Iran”, (Google it). Al Qaeda loves to infiltrate Pakistani and Jordan intelligence and I bet they are trying to infiltrate US intelligence as well. We should be suspicious of al Qaeda members disguising themselves as anti-Muslim fanatics. However the second most successful Soviet Spy was George Koval who stole the atomic bomb not Julius and Ethel Rosenberg who were falsely executed for doing it. He was very quiet and showed no sighs of being in any way political.

A secret during World War II is that many feared the Nazi’s would win. Today bin Laden plans to fight for centuries, and may very well succeed in totally destroying Western Democracy, especially since those who think they are stopping him are unwittingly helping him do it.

http://www.opednews.com/populum/diarypage.php?did=5163
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I'm retired in Philadelphia. Non religious but there seems to be a life force that I see as more personal than is usually expressed.

I was raised a Quaker (common with Christian Jewish intermarriage back them) But my father was a total pacifist and during World War II, at the time that being so was difficult.

Upbringing included father trying not to get physical, yet still defend us kids from my harsh stepmother until she got her citizenship papers, after which they could get divorced. Been involved in peace issues since the anti-fallout shelter protests through Vietnam and Iraq.

I wrote "Greedy Little Squirrels and Lifeboat ethics,” 1977, when the Moonies were coming to America and got heavily harassed by them. I also think bin Laden is extremely dangerous like the leader of a barroom brawl, who has been manipulating this country into using the US to get Muslims angry enough to join his suicidal permanent war group. Before 9/11 young Muslims rebelled by wearing by covering their hair a little less than expected and at least winking at each other, now he changed rebellion into being militancy. The Northern Alliance would have been legitimately in charge long ago had he not baited the US into entering Afghanistan.

Obama is making a mistake in my mind with how to stop bin Laden’s dream of permanent war in a divided world but less of a mistake than most anyone else would. If due to currency collapses from out ever more expensive weapons the US stops fighting al Qaeda, then other counties will. If it ends up being Iran, the Sunni Shiite divide will be enormous. Al Qaeda is already convinced that the atheist China is a serious enemy,
http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=al9wM3k5zjLQ and the Russians have fought for brutally and inadvertently convinced far more Muslims than the US did that they considered Islam itself to be the enemy.

I never stopped supporting Jimmy Carter when everyone turned on him and I support Obama as well, but think he will have to use a lot more persuasion and less force if they aren’t going to succeed at bankrupting us. However Obama has tried less force and al Qaeda has started to respond in kind trying to limit the victim’s in the way of their primary attacks.


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http://capitolhillblue.com/blog/2419
http://www.opednews.com/populum/diarypage.php?did=5163
http://consortiumblog.blogspot.com/2008/10/logic-of-al-qaedas-mccain-choice.html?showComment=1225253700000#c7899683072517641995
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