Al-Zarqawi: Dead US Government Agent

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  1. poncho

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    Jack Blood fills in for Alex Jones and is joined by Paul Joseph Watson and later Kurt Nimmo to discuss the death of Musab Al-Zarqawi and the bullet proof evidence that he was a Pentagon created boogeyman caricature use to take the fall for staged bombings in Iraq.

    Listen to audio here.
     
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    I guess none of these conspiracy theorists have ever studied the history of islam or believe that there are really islamic nuts out there who actually behead people, set up roadside bombs and strap homicide vests on themselves. Not everything is a conspiracy for the NWO. There is a multi-pronged war going on in both the spiritual and physical realms. The Bible says there is going to be one world religion set up by the one world government (AC, Beast, & False Prophet). The only religion that has a history throughout the centuries that continues to this day of beheading is islam. That is about all I have to say.

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    Anna Simons concludes her article "Making Enemies: An Anthropology of Islamist Terror, Part I", in the Summer 2006 edition of The American Interest:

    "To the extent this describes nativist reactions
    and is one set of motives behind al-Qaeda (and
    who-knows-how-many enemies to come), we
    face a challenge we have met before—on our
    own soil, a long time ago. However, one critical
    difference worth remarking here (with more to
    come in the next issue) is that those who fought to
    stay communal and tribal in the prior centuries
    never had what they needed in order to prevail.
    Typically, they had neither the organizational
    capacity, pre-existing ideology nor unifying religion
    to quickly tie actors together across tribal and
    spatial divides. That, as much as anything, is what
    ultimately helped the West subdue non-Western peoples.
    It’s what also helped Americans shatter successive pan-
    Indian movements in North America. In contrast,
    the Islamist enemies we face today not
    only have all of these means and more, but they
    also possess a sophisticated, even intimate
    familiarity with us. Couple that with the specter
    of their attaining weapons of mass destruction
    and this may not be just a long war, but an
    increasingly difficult one."

     
  4. poncho

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    You know that I've answered all these questions before LE, asking them again won't get you any different answers. Ask them a thousand times and the answers will still be the same.
     
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    I know, poncho, but I wasn't referring to you but to your source. :)
     
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    There has always been some plot to start a one-world government. People used to say it would be the Communists. Religious bookstores had oodles of books about how the Commies were going to take over. Now people are saying it will be the Muslims. :rolleyes:
     

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