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The press did cover these stories, but independent of one another.
Not one media institution connected the dots that the United States was actively funding the harm that its armed forces were simultaneously fighting.
Following the official narrative of the war, it certainly doesn't make any sense that the United States was indirectly prolonging the quagmire.
If you don't have time to read the entire piece, skim the highlighted sections and don't miss chapter XIII which presents undeniable proof of cults made up of psychopaths bent on controlling our world.
You will learn how they are able to keep all of this out of the eye of the public.
Perhaps such mistakes are the inevitability of a bloated war bureaucracy, or that U. officials simply didn't realize the connection. Unfortunately, a collection of evidence points to a more sinister explanation: the United States and its allies have been deliberately proliferating radical Islam for decades, only to later spend trillions fighting the enemy they created, thus generating huge war profits for Wall Street moguls.
Just days after the July 7, 2005 London terror attack, and less than a month before his untimely death, the Right Honorable Robin Cook, former UK Foreign Secretary, wrote a scathing and emotional review of the War on Terror in The Guardian.
The final portion of the book ties together the pieces of the puzzle and presents potential, non-partisan solutions we can take to affect change.
I ask one thing from you, the reader, before embarking on this journey. Saudi Arabia and the United States were supporting the Mujahideen to liberate Afghanistan from the Soviets.
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