Divide your enemies to make your ruling stronger

01 Oct, 2005
 None    Politics

It is the duty of free nations to support freedom fighters

Dividerule2 In an article published on the website of Truthout, John Pilger asked a few questions and commented about the two SAS special forces men "rescued" from prison in Basra on 19 September.
He wrote: “The episode illuminates the most enduring lie of the Anglo-American adventure. This says the "coalition" is not to blame for the bloodbath in Iraq - which it is, overwhelmingly - and that foreign terrorists orchestrated by al-Qaeda are the real culprits. The conductor of the orchestra, goes this line, is Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, a Jordanian. The demonry of Al-Zarqawi is central to the Pentagon's "Strategic Information Program" set up to shape news coverage of the occupation. It has been the Americans' single unqualified success. Turn on any news in the US and Britain, and the embedded reporter standing inside an American (or British) fortress will repeat unsubstantiated claims about al-Zarqawi.
And added further: “the Imam of Baghdad's al-Kazimeya mosque said that Al-Zarqawi was killed in the beginning of the war in the Kurdish north. His family even held a ceremony after his death."

The Prophet Rael made the following comment today:
The truth is finally out : US and UK are trying to divide the Iraqis and make them fight each others to make them accept a federalism which is a division of Iraq in 3 separate countries. Why? To keep the control over Iraq oil of course using this very old rule: 'divide your enemies to make your ruling stronger." There are almost no terrorists in Iraq but only Iraqis fighting illegal occupation of their country after an illegal invasion. The German Nazis were also calling the French resisters "terrorists". Their true name is "freedom fighters" and it is the duty of all free nations of the world to support freedom fighters of illegally occupied countries as a right enshrined in international law. This applies even if illegal occupiers are American or English. There can’t be double standards about freedom.