West Attempts Syria Cover Up - Claims "Twitter Donations" Behind Rise of Al Qaeda

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    US "officials" claim combined treasuries of US, UK, France, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Israel, and others no match for "Twitter donations" in latest and most absurd attempt yet to cover up direct support for Al Qaeda in Syria.

    September 22, 2013 (Tony Cartalucci) - In the latest, and perhaps most absurd attempt yet by the West to cover up direct aid, arms, and funding it has been sending to Al Qaeda throughout the duration of the Syrian conflict, the Washington Post now claims "Twitter donations" have somehow managed to outpace the collective resources of a 7 nation-plus axis who it claims is only backing "moderate" fighters in Syria.


    [FONT=Arial,Helvetica,Geneva,Swiss,SunSans-Regular][SIZE=-1]Feb. 7, 2013 (EIRNS)—In an article for the Feb. 5 Kölner Stadtanzeiger news daily, former Bundestag member for the Christian Democrats Jürgen Todenhöfer denounced the unholy pact among the West, the Saudis, and the Islamic terrorist groups. His analysis is flawed to the extent that the British aspect does not appear, but the piece otherwise, is a very useful exposé.[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Arial,Helvetica,Geneva,Swiss,SunSans-Regular][SIZE=-1]"The Syrian rebels receive money and weapons predominantly from Saudi Arabia and Qatar. Saudi Arabia is mainly supplying Al Qaeda, with the U.S.A. knowing about it. The West is providing political cover for the entire rebellion, including al-Qaeda. It is de facto an ally of al-Qaeda. In Mali against, in Syria for al-Qaeda—it can't be more cynical."[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Arial,Helvetica,Geneva,Swiss,SunSans-Regular][SIZE=-1]"Assad is a dictator. So is the King of Saudi Arabia and the Emir of Qatar. The U.S. and the despots of Saudi Arabia and Qatar don't want to see democracy in Syria. Their objective is to knock out an important ally of Iran, which has become too powerful because of the Iraq War for them. That this goes along with one of the most amiable multi-ethnic peoples of the Arab world, does not interest our 'world strategists.' Nor does the fact that if the extremists win, 2 million Christians will lose their home."[/SIZE][/FONT]

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