Intel Boss Blair: Government Plans to Kill Citizens
Thursday, February 4, 2010
Patsies take heed. The U.S. government will kill you. That’s what the Director of National Intelligence Dennis C. Blair told a House intelligence committee yesterday. The Department of Defense will “follow a set of defined policy and legal procedures that are very carefully observed” in the use of lethal force against U.S. citizens who make the mistake of joining organizations created by the CIA and the Mossad.
The CIA created al-Qaeda from scratch in Afghanistan. Hamas was created by Mossad in order to undermine the Palestinian Liberation Organization. Both countries have long and sordid histories of creating terrorist organizations for political purposes.
CIA Director Leon Panetta, appearing before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, said the groups threatening the homeland include al-Qaeda and Hamas.
“As the United States steps up its campaign against suspected terrorists overseas, it has become more apparent that some extremists may be U.S. citizens,” reports the CIA’s favorite newspaper, The Washington Post.
“I just don’t want Americans who are watching this to think that we are careless about endangering — in fact, we’re not careless about endangering American lives as we try to carry out the policies to protect most of the country,” said Blair.
One such suspected terrorist is the former imam Anwar al-Aulaqi, who was born in in Las Cruces, New Mexico, and is said to now reside in Yemen. According to the government and the corporate media, the accused Fort Hood shooter, Nidal Malik Hasan, and the pathetic Christmas day non-bomber Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab are closely connected to al-Aulaqi.
Mr. al-Aulaqi is apparently the sort of Muslim favored by intelligence services. Like Mohammed Atta and the supposed 9/11 hijackers who were trained on U.S. military bases, al-Aulaqi has a taste for prostitutes. He was arrested in San Diego in August 1996 and in April 1997 for whore mongering. The FBI insists he had a close relationship with the accused hijackers Nawaf Al-Hazmi and Khalid Almihdhar. Both were recruited by NATO and the U.S. to fight in Bosnia.
It is said al-Aulaqi acts as the senior talent recruiter and motivator “for al-Qaeda and all of its franchises” and the spiritual leader of the supposed 9/11 hijackers. Shortly after 9/11, the FBI suspected that he had connections to the 9/11 plot. They interviewed him repeatedly but were unable to find enough evidence to charge him and they could not deport him because of his U.S. citizenship. The alleged al-Qaeda talent recruiter skipped the country in March of 2002 after the government contemplated jailing him on an obscure law against transporting prostitutes across state lines.
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