The Pentagon memo to "take out
seven countries in five years" raises several questions of the utmost
importance. Firstly, which came first? The agenda to take out seven countries or the terror attacks of 9/11?
And secondly, is this aggressive war agenda in the Middle East really in America's best interest, or is it being waged in
someone else's interest?
It may come as a surprise to
learn that the War on Terror doctrine goes back decades before 9/11 and is the product of Israeli military intelligence,
not the Pentagon. Likewise, it was Ehud Barak, the former head of Israeli military intelligence, who first appeared on the
BBC World television network shortly after the planes struck the World Trade Center calling for the U.S. to launch "an
operational, concrete, war against terror."
There is simply no disputing the fact that the War on Terror is a Zionist
construct, a stratagem of Israeli military intelligence that has been advocated by Benjamin Netanyahu since the late 1970s.
Netanyahu and his father, working under Prime Minister Menachem Begin, the self-proclaimed "Father of Terrorism,"
arranged an international conference on terrorism in Jerusalem in July 1979. The Jerusalem Conference on International Terrorism
began a "propaganda offensive to promote and exploit the issue of international terrorism," as Philip Paull wrote
in his 1982 thesis on the conference.
The Global War on Terror has radically changed the quality of life for
Americans, but it has not been a change for the better. With trillions of borrowed dollars spent waging senseless wars in
far-flung nations where there is no U.S. national interest, it would be hard to say that there has been any benefit to the
American people to compensate for the trillions of dollars spent and thousands of lives wasted.
Benjamin Netanyahu, on the other hand, openly told Israeli students in 2008 that the
9/11 terror attacks had been beneficial for Israel, saying, "We are benefiting from one thing, and that is the attack
on the Twin Towers and Pentagon, and the American struggle in Iraq."
Well, if the War on Terror is an Israeli stratagem dating back to the 1970s
to get the U.S. military to fight Israel's enemies, it seems we have answered the first question about which came first.
The terror attacks of 9/11 did not bring us the War on Terror, rather the Israeli War on Terror project brought us 9/11,
a false-flag atrocity designed to make the Zionist war agenda "operational".
Secondly, if Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister and leading advocate of the War on Terror
doctrine, tells Israelis they are "benefiting" from 9/11 and the "American struggle in Iraq" we have
a clear answer to the second question about whose national interest is being served by the fifteen-year old War on Terror,
and it is not ours.
Combining these facts about the War
on Terror with those presented in my Solving 9-11 set of books, in which I expose the Israeli role in the false-flag
terror attacks and subsequent cover-up, it becomes obvious that 9/11 and the War on Terror are both products of Israeli
military intelligence and that the terrorism atrocity was carried out to realize the Zionist war agenda.