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Alex Jones is Right Again: Son of a B*tch

The U.S. Military Has Awarded Contracts To Al-Qaeda In Afghanistan

"I suppose it just wasn’t enough that our allies, “the rebels” in Syria, have significant Al-Qaeda elements to them. No, we are the USA! USA! Best country ever. Defender of human rights. City on a hill. We must do far more than that. So we did.

This story below from Bloomberg, highlights a 236-page report by the U.S. Army Suspension and Debarment Office, which shows that military contracts have been granted to the Taliban and Al-Qaeda in Afghanistan. Yep, this is exactly what happens when an empire gets too big, too corrupt, and ends up in the hands of a bunch of sociopaths. From Bloomberg:

Supporters of the Taliban and al-Qaeda in Afghanistan have been getting U.S. military contracts, and American officials are citing “due process rights” as a reason not to cancel the agreements, according to an independent agency monitoring spending."


“I am deeply troubled that the U.S. military can pursue, attack, and even kill terrorists and their supporters, but that some in the U.S. government believe we cannot prevent these same people from receiving a government contract,” Sopko said.

The 236-page report and Sopko’s summary provide one of the watchdog agency’s most critical appraisals of U.S. performance in helping to build a stable Afghanistan as the Pentagon prepares to withdraw combat troops by the end of next year.

The U.S. has 60,000 troops in Afghanistan, with plans to reduce the number to 34,000 by February. President Barack Obama hasn’t decided how many to keep in the country after 2014 to train Afghan forces and engage in anti-terrorist missions."


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This is just crazy. Our

This is just crazy. Our government is full of lunatics.

This is what its always been about;

Trans-Afghanistan Pipeline

"The Trans-Afghanistan Pipeline (also known as Turkmenistan–Afghanistan–Pakistan–India Pipeline, TAP or TAPI) is a proposed natural gas pipeline being developed by the Asian Development Bank.[1][2][3][4] Expected to be completed around 2017, the pipeline will transport Caspian Sea natural gas from Turkmenistan through Afghanistan into Pakistan and then to India. The abbreviation comes from the first letters of those countries. Proponents of the project see it as a modern continuation of the Silk Road.[5][6] Estimated cost of the pipeline project is reported at $7.6 billion. GAIL India may become a part of TAPI project.[7]"


Another post that contains Honest Discussion.

And no Trolls.

Why do they leave subjects of truth alone?

I did notice that Granger fired up the Israel thing. It's becoming obvious.

I didn't know Granger was a

I didn't know Granger was a girl till today. Not that girls in general aren't great.

A version of this was in the

A version of this was in the news months ago, and Alex had brought it up back then and pointed it out.

Best comment from ZH. Their comment section is a Hoot

"The Saudis are Wahabbi scum. The Saudis were banished from the Islamic world for most of their existence, they lived in the middle of the Arabian desert and were enemies of the Islamic progress such as science, literature, politics, law and philosophy.

When the British divided the Ottoman Empire, they used the radical Saudis (the Arab version of the KKK) to gain control of the Holy cities, put them in power, and gave them lots of money and guns. So long as they kept the oil flowing and kept people beaten into submission, then they were allowed to run the "Kingdom."

So you see, Islam has been hijacked by a bunch of radicals clocked as Muslims, when really they are just Godless scumbags paid by Criminal Western governments and Criminal Corporations.

Hence, Western Criminal Intelligence agencies like the CIA have followed the MI5 script of arming, funding & training the same terror organizations they, the Criminal Federal Government claim to be protecting The American People from."

"The State has reached the point that they are a threat to National Security and should be disbanded."

The Irony!

If everyone is a declared terrorist, how does one find a non-terrorist to do business with?

It's Al-Qaeda, our arch

It's Al-Qaeda, our arch enemy, and we're giving them US taxpayer money according to Bloomberg! Are you freaking kidding me? Please Scotty, beam me up.

but alas we created Al Qaeda

they are not our enemy...they are our mercenaries

You and I know Al-Qaeda is a Subsidiary of the CIA

You and I know Al-Qaeda is a Subsidiary of the CIA, but the majority of Americans have no clue about that. We can work this angle for all it's worth.

I listen to Alex Jones everyday...

I would walk off a cliff for the man. He loves his Country and I equate him to Thomas Paine. Alex and Thomas both have the same personalities. They both love their country and they both have either spent their life fighting for freedom or in Alex's case, is spending his life fighting for freedom.

Millions of people love Alex Jones. Oh, you have your paid trolls who run around the Internet and try to bad mouth the guy but he is spot on 99% of the time and when he gets it wrong, it is never done on purpose. Between him and drudge, they have woke up the American people. If something happened to Alex, millions would stand in line and take his place. God Bless Texas because Alex Jones lives there.


Is Samuel Adams.

In 2212, we'll be drinking the ole' Austin Lager.

Yeah, that happens alot

Doesn't really matter how you feel about Alex in the end (personally I like the guy).

Its especially the things he covers that you don't *want* to believe .. those are the things he's dead to nuts right on.

I wish Alex would stop saying

I wish Alex would stop saying No, No, No when he interrupts a guest or caller when he actually agrees with them, and would start saying Yes, Yes, Yes.

That's my biggest pet peeve with AJ.

Jones is like the

Jones is like the o'reilly/limbaugh/o'donnell of the movement (or whatever you want to call it). He is a commentator and oh brother sometimes I can't stand his commentary...

However, he is a wealth of knowledge, his intel is spot on, and his guests are usually insightful. That is why I listen to his show and read his website on occasion.