Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Americans Have Been Had Part Two - Afghanistan

Meanwhile, in Great Britain, George Soros was busy crashing the Bank of England. He used that money, in part, to invest in pro-democracy groups in the Soviet Union, which for some inexplicable reason further irritated the Russians:

 
While Soros was breaking the Bank of England, he was also working on an oil pipeline from Iran to Pakistan known as the "Peace Pipeline" (an effort which is ongoing to this day). Both Iran and Pakistan were busy in Afghanistan supporting the mujahideen against the Marxist, Soviet-friendly government. Tensions reached a head in December of 1979 when the Russians invaded Afghanistan to support the Amin regime. 

In Part One I mentioned Osama bin Laden. As everyone knows, he was born and educated in Saudi Arabia. He found his way to Afghanistan in 1979 when the Soviets invaded and, as I mentioned, was one of George Soros' creations. For nine years Iran, the United States, Saudi Arabia, and to a lesser extent, Pakistan, joined the mujahideen in its fight against the Soviet Union. 

Of course everyone knows the results of the Soviet-Afghanistan war; after nine years of bloodshed the Russians withdrew, humiliated. But they were not finished because they needed someone to counter bin Laden, who became a legend after the war. They found that someone in Dr. Ayman al-Zawahiri in 1996:

Check to Soros.

But let me back up. Our involvement in Afghanistan was billed as our need to defeat Soviet aggression during the Cold War, but far more was at play. Afghanistan, like Syria today, was a proxy war between the Russians and George Soros. The Carter administration, like the Obama administration, was filled with Soros puppets:



When Reagan came along, he was understandably concerned about Soviet expansion and quickly threw himself into the battle. Unfortunately, in the process he was unwittingly doing George Soros' bidding; Soros was all-too-happy to throw himself behind the KGB-installed Ayatollah, undoubtedly taking perverse pleasure in the unexpected turn-of-events while protecting his monetary interests in the region. Following is a summary of his "philanthropic" efforts throughout the years (for some reason the NGO link is not working; simply copy/paste it to your browser):

http://www.ngo-monitor.org/soros.pdf


BTW, how many people think Saddam Hussein was simply an opportunist who decided to take advantage of the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan and attacked Iran? Think again:


The Iran-Iraq War was yet another proxy war. The Kremlin used an age-old tactic and opened a second front in hopes that between the two conflicts Iran would be defeated, which of course we all know did not succeed.

Which brings us close to that beautiful Tuesday morning forever marred by death and destruction. We are not there yet, but we are closing in. What happens when Hitler's man teams up with Stalin's man? Or did they ever really team up? I will address that in the next installment.

TEASER: Even I have no idea how this part of the chess game plays out yet.