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Real Taliban Distance Themselves from P2OG Taliban

Kurt Nimmo | September 28 2006

Lost in the corporate media fluff surrounding the supposed suicide attempt of Dallas Cowboys’ star receiver Terrell Owens and the sorrows of Anna Nicole Smith, we learn that the fanatical Wahhabi Taliban, wholly artificial creatures groomed in CIA-ISI sponsored madrassas in Pakistan, are “worried about their image” and are attempting to “distance themselves from the suicide bombers,” according to the Herald.

“The number of suicide bombings and roadside booby-trap blasts in Afghanistan has soared by 600% in nine months, triggering fears that the Taliban are copying Iraqi insurgent tactics.” NATO officers and UN officials “say there is no proven link to either Iraqi insurgents or Iran’s Revolutionary Guards, and that bomb-making techniques could be picked up from extremist websites.”

In other words, a black op “foreign Taliban” appears to be at work in Afghanistan, busily attempting to discredit the real Taliban, who are making gains against the occupation of their country.

“Olli-Pekka Nissinen, a Nato spokesman in Kabul, said the high level of civilian casualties had split the Taliban hierarchy,” an effort that benefits nobody but NATO, the United States and, of course, the oil multinationals building a $2 billion plus pipeline spanning the country.

As if to underscore the urgency of maintaining the corporate-globalist neolib status quo, Bush had the military dictator Prevez Musharraf and former Unocal employee and installed Afghan leader Hamid Karzai over for a sit-down dinner at the White House.

“Though the meeting did not appear to produce any major breakthroughs, Press Secretary Tony Snow released a statement afterwards characterizing the evening as ‘a constructive exchange on the common challenges facing our three nations,’” according to the globalists over at the Council on Foreign Relations. “At a September 20 CFR meeting, Karzai called on Pervez Musharraf to toughen his stance against Taliban militants and other terrorists who use Pakistan as a safe haven.”

In order to impress upon Musharraf the new game plan—Pakistan and the ISI are expected to let their long nurtured intelligence assets wither on the vine—”a top American official” threatened to “bomb Pakistan back to the ‘Stone Age’ if it did not cooperate in the U.S.-led war on terror” in the wake of nine eleven when, of course, everything changed. Or so Musharraf claims in his tell-all book, now on the shelf at a corporate bookstore in the local mall near you.

According to NATO’s supreme commander, Marine Gen. Jim Jones, Afghanistan is “unfortunately well on its way” to becoming a “narco-state,” an assertion that negates all history beginning the day before yesterday—but then Jones was talking with Newsweek, so such amnesia is to be expected.

The problem here is not so much opium and the misery of heroin addiction, but rather lost revenue for the usual players. “NATO officials say the Taliban seems to be flush with cash, thanks to the guerrillas’ alliance with prosperous opium traffickers,” Newsweek continues. Of course, when the CIA and the ISI were lording over the narcotics trade, it did not seem to matter that Afghanistan had become a “narco state.”

Newsweek and Gen. Jim Jones did not bother to mention the fact the CIA-ISI supported Mujahideen financed their “insurgency” against the Soviet-installed government in Kabul with opium cash.

“Between 1982 and 1989, during which time the CIA ships billions of dollars in weapons and other aid to guerrilla forces, annual opium production in Afghanistan increases to about 800 tons from 250 tons,” an Institute for Policy Studies statement published in the Congressional Record notes. “By 1986, the State Department admits that Afghanistan is ‘probably the world’s largest producer of opium for export’ and ‘the poppy source for a majority of the Southwest Asian heroin found in the United States.’ U.S. officials, however, fail to take action to curb production. Their silence not only serves to maintain public support for the Mujahedeen, it also smooths relations with Pakistan, whose leaders, deeply implicated in the heroin trade, help channel CIA support to the Afghan rebels.”

According to Vladimir Ilyich Filin, who served in a special unit of the Russian GRU (Glavnoe Razvedyvatel’noe Upravlenie, or Main Intelligence Directorate) in Western Afghanistan, the Bagram airfield served as a heroin transport hub to a U.S. military base in Germany. “Much of it goes to Kosovo in the former Yugoslavia. From there the Kosovo Albanian mafia moves heroin back to Germany and other EU countries,” Filin told Alexander Nagorny of Pravda in late 2004. The “special services make huge amounts of money out of drug trafficking. They can spend this money at their own discretion, without the knowledge of the Congress and even the U.S. president. Finally, with this money secret services can solve certain political problems. For example, they can enter into mutually profitable agreements with Afghan warlords, who give ‘protection’ to drug business in their fiefdoms.”

Now that the Taliban are threatening the monopoly on this lucrative business and deep funding source for black ops worldwide, we are beginning to hear not only clarion calls of “democracy” threatened in Afghanistan, but as well how the Taliban—or “foreign Taliban,” no different from the “foreign” al-Qaeda in Iraq—are engaging in suicide bombing against innocent civilians, never mind that suicide bombing is a completely unnecessary military tactic, usually reserved for the desperate, and indeed counterproductive, thus motivating the Taliban to distance themselves from it.

“The Pee-Twos [P2OG] will thus come in handy whenever the Regime hankers to add a little oil-laden real estate or a new military base to the Empire’s burgeoning portfolio,” writes Chris Floyd. “Just find a nest of violent malcontents, stir ‘em with a stick, and presto: instant ‘justification’ for whatever level of intervention/conquest/rapine you might desire. And what if the territory you fancy doesn’t actually harbor any convenient marauders to use for fun and profit? Well, surely a God-like ’super-Intelligence Support Activity’ is capable of creation ex nihilo, yes?”

Include in this formula capturing the mind-boggling lucrative heroin trade, a virtual blank check for nearly endless covert black and false flag ops until the cows come home.

Bush needs to get Prevez Musharraf onboard, a not so easy task as he is basically run by the ISI, neck-deep in heroin cash and intel ops in Kashmir and elsewhere in the neighborhood.

NATO and the Pentagon believe they can stigmatize the Taliban—a not too difficult task, considering the austere and fanatical track record of the Saudi spawned movement—and once again assert control over the country (not that they ever had control, although they did manage to flush a few warlords with taxpayer money) and its pivotal heroin trade, to say nothing of the critical pipeline taking Turkmenistan oil and gas to Pakistan, India, and markets beyond.

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