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Obama's Deception - 9-11 and Afghanistan

June 5, 2009

St. Michael the Archangel slaying the devil, the father of all lies and deception.

All tyranny needs to gain a foothold is for people of good conscience to remain silent.
- Thomas Jefferson 
President Barack Obama's speech in Cairo on June 4 was a carefully prepared speech meant to explain the administration's policies in the Middle East to the people of the region.  I listened to see how he would explain his controversial decision to increase the number of U.S. troops and military activity in Afghanistan and Pakistan, a decision I strongly oppose.  What I heard in Obama's speech about Afghanistan was very discouraging in that it revealed the appalling continuation of the blatant 9-11 deception by the new administration.  The war and occupation of Afghanistan was the first subject Obama addressed.  The following extract is the essence of what Obama said about 9-11 and the war in Afghanistan and Pakistan: 

The first issue that we have to confront is violent extremism in all its forms. In Ankara, I made clear that America is not and never will be at war with Islam.  We will, however, relentlessly confront violent extremists who pose a grave threat to our security because we reject the same thing that people of all faiths reject, the killing of innocent men, women, and children. And it is my first duty as president to protect the American people. 

The situation in Afghanistan demonstrates America's goals and our need to work together. Over seven years ago, the United States pursued Al Qaida and the Taliban with broad international support. We did not go by choice. We went because of necessity. I'm aware that there's still some who would question or even justify the offense of 9/11. But let us be clear. Al Qaida killed nearly 3,000 people on that day. 

The victims were innocent men, women, and children from America and many other nations who had done nothing to harm anybody. And yet Al Qaida chose to ruthlessly murder these people, claimed credit for the attack, and even now states their determination to kill on a massive scale. They have affiliates in many countries and are trying to expand their reach. 
These are not opinions to be debated. These are facts to be dealt with. Make no mistake, we do not want to keep our troops in Afghanistan. We see no military -- we seek no military bases there. It is agonizing for America to lose our young men and women. It is costly and politically difficult to continue this conflict. 

We would gladly bring every single one of our troops home if we could be confident that there were not violent extremists in Afghanistan and now Pakistan determined to kill as many Americans as they possibly can. But that is not yet the case. 

And that's why we're partnering with a coalition of 46 countries. And despite the costs involved, America's commitment will not weaken

This is how Obama explained the U.S. war effort in Afghanistan and Pakistan:  As a necessary confrontation with 45 nations against the violent extremists behind the attacks of 9-11.  We would bring our troops home, he said, if there were no "violent extremists" in those countries "determined to kill as many Americans as they possibly can." 

What is the real reason behind Obama's war in Afghanistan?
The people of Afghanistan do not like President Obama or trust the United States.  Stan Grant, a CNN correspondent in Kabul, visited an Afghan university (madrassa) to see how the middle and upper-class students reacted to Obama and his speech in Cairo.  Not a single student liked Obama or supported his policies in their occupied nation.

If Obama had a good policy why has our society not developed in the past five years, one student asked.  Another wanted to know why the U.S. and NATO had killed 1,000 Afghan civilians.  "What was the matter with them? he asked.   


"Zoya," a member of the Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan (RAWA), received international acclaim with the 2003 publication her dramatic life story: "Zoya's Story: An Afghan Woman's Battle for Freedom," with John Follain and Rita Cristofari.  In 2008, Zoya was interviewed in Berlin by Elsa Rassbach.  Zoya explained how she viewed the U.S. and NATO occupation of Afghanistan:

RAWA supports the call for the withdrawal of the U.S. and NATO troops because occupation is not a solution. They are constantly killing civilians, even at a wedding party. Do you think we are not human beings and don't have hearts? What would Americans do if an occupier were killing so many civilians in the U.S.? …

In 2001, the U.S. and its allies occupied Afghanistan under the beautiful slogans of "war on terror," "women's rights," "liberation" and "democracy." But when they installed the brutal and criminal warlords after the fall of the Taliban, everyone knew that Afghanistan had once again become a chessboard for world powers. The plight of our people, and especially of women, has been misused to legitimize the foreign military presence in our country.

Afghan people have been badly betrayed by the U.S. and NATO in the past few years. Despite billions in aid, Afghan people are living under awful conditions that are worse than they were under the Taliban medieval rule. Afghanistan still faces a women's rights tragedy, and the everyday hardships of our masses are beyond imagination.

Everyone knows that the U.S., a superpower, together with the biggest military pact in the world, NATO, could in a matter of days, if not hours, defeat the Taliban and arrest Mullah Omer and Osama. But today they need such enemies to justify keeping their military machine in Afghanistan.

We don't want their so-called liberation and democracy. If these troops do not withdraw, we are sure that the Afghan people will have no other option but to rise up against them. Our people are already deeply fed up with the situation. The jokes being made in Afghanistan are that the Taliban is getting the most from this situation. 


Al Qaida was behind the mass murder of thousands of people on 9-11, Obama said.  This is not an opinion to be debated, he added.  "These are facts to be dealt with." 

If the Obama administration were truly concerned about facts, he might take note of the disturbing fact that not a single 9-11 victim's case has gone to trial after nearly 8 years.  If the case against Osama Bin Laden and his agents were solid and based on facts, why has the evidence not been presented in an open trial in a U.S. court?  The military is supposedly holding Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the "confessed" mastermind of 9-11, in Guantanamo.  Why is this mastermind of terror not put on trial in an open court?  Why have the surviving airplane parts not been identified?  Why has the evidence of thermite in the collapsed towers not been addressed? 

One of the 9-11 facts the Obama administration will have to deal with is the evidence of super-thermite in the dust of the World Trade Center.  This thin layer of super-thermite was evidently used to pulverize the concrete in the twin towers on 9-11.  The people who applied tens of tons of thermite to the interiors of the twin towers are, in fact, directly responsible for the murder of 3,000 people on 9-11.  If Al Qaida had teams of men spraying super-thermite and placing explosive charges in the buildings leased and owned by Larry Silverstein and the Israeli commando Frank Lowy, let's see the evidence.  Otherwise, let's find out who really put the super-thermite in the twin towers. 

The United States went to war in Afghanistan out of "necessity," Obama said, yet the American public has not been given any solid evidence to prove that the Taliban of Afghanistan had anything to do with 9-11.  Why then is the Zionist-run Obama administration sending more troops to Afghanistan?  And why have they expanded the war into Pakistan? 

I have discussed in several articles the powerful Zionists behind the Obama White House.  Obama was sponsored and molded since 1992 to be the first black president of the United States by the daughter of Philip Morris Klutznick, the former president of the B'nai B'rith and mega Zionist from Chicago.  The chief of staff of the White House is Rahm Emanuel, an Israeli national whose father was a member of a Zionist terrorist organization in Palestine that was allied with Nazi Germany.  These are a few real facts, not opinions, that need to be dealt with. 

Understanding the Zionist nature of the Obama administration, the question that must be asked is why is the administration expanding the war in Afghanistan and Pakistan?  The American people certainly have no real interest in Afghanistan or Pakistan and the Afghans and Pakistanis have no real interest in America.  There must be a Zionist strategic goal in controlling these two Central Asian nations, but what is it? 

As I pointed out in my article from 2001, "The Great Game:  The War for Caspian Oil and Gas," the Israelis are deeply engaged in the region: 

Turkmenistan and Azerbijan are also both closely allied with Israeli commercial interests and Israeli military intelligence. In Turkmenistan, a former Israeli intelligence agent, Yosef A. Maiman, president of Merhav Group of Israel, is the official negotiator and policy maker responsible for developing the energy resources of Turkmenistan. 

"This is the Great Game all over," Maiman told the Wall Street Journal about his role in furthering the "geopolitical goals of both the U.S. and Israel in Central Asia.  "We are doing what U.S. and Israeli policy could not achieve," he said, "Controlling the transport route is controlling the product." 

"Those that control the oil routes out of Central Asia will impact all future direction and quantities of flow and the distribution of revenues from new production," said energy expert James Dorian recently in Oil & Gas Journal on September 10, 2001. 

Foreign business in Turkmenistan is dominated by Maiman's Merhav Group, according to the Washington Report on Middle East Affairs (WRMEA). Maiman, who was made a citizen of Turkmenistan by presidential decree, serves as Turkmenistan's official negotiator for its gas pipeline, special ambassador, and right-hand man for the authoritarian President Saparmurad Atayevich Niyazov, a former Politburo member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. 

The Merhav Group of Israel officially represents the Turkmen government and has brokered all of the energy projects in Turkmenistan, contracts worth many billions of dollars. 


The main Zionist goal in Afghanistan and Pakistan is to "pacify" these nations to allow the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) gas pipeline to be built.  This line, once completed, could be extended to China.  This project is the pipe dream of Joseph A. Maiman (a.k.a. Josef, Yosef, Yossi), one of the most powerful men in Israel. 

Yosef A. Maiman
The Jerusalem Post of 23 July 2004, described Maiman as one of the leading miners of the gas of Central Asia, specifically Turkmenistan: 
Though his sprawling multi-billion-dollar empire stretches from Channel 10 TV, where he is a partner, to Central Asian gas fields, where he is a leading miner, Maiman was born humbly, in a displaced persons camp in Germany, and grew up in Peru. 

Maiman's Merhav Group started off in 1976 with Third World debt-financing, but later diversified into agriculture, energy solutions and telecoms. Today, it is the Republic of Turkmenistan's single largest foreign partner. 

Just two weeks ago, the Israeli foreign ministry announced it would open a new embassy in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, "saying it was a natural step in burgeoning bilateral ties, and reflected a new momentum in Israel's overall ties with the Central Asian countries," according to the Jerusalem Post of 21 May 2009. 

Turkmenistan is reported to be "the second largest holder of gas reserves in the world, with some 28 trillion cubic meters of proven gas reserves," second only to Russia.  The "former" Israeli Mossad agent Joseph A. Maiman is reportedly the owner or co-owner of much of that gas and has been the key person managing the development of Turkmenistan's gas fields.  If the TAPI pipeline were to be completed, the Israelis connected with Maiman and Merhav would collect tens of billions of dollars by selling the gas of Turkmenistan to Pakistan, India, and China.  This is certainly one of the key Israeli strategic goals in Afghanistan and Pakistan.  The pipeline is meant to pass through Kandahar, the area where Canadians are serving and which Canada is obliged to defend until 2012. 

The planned route of the TAPI pipeline
Mr. Maiman is also a business partner of Rupert Murdoch and Ronald Lauder.  In November 2002, Yossi Maiman and the former head of the Mossad, Shabtai Shavit, launched a new political party with the former head of the Shin Bet, Ya'acov Perry.  These people are all closely tied to the false-flag terror attacks of 9-11.  Their roles are described in my chapter entitled, "The Architecture of Terror." 

To really understand why the Obama administration is sending more troops to Afghanistan and waging war in Pakistan it is essential to understand what is at stake and who will benefit from the TAPI pipeline.  Obama's speech in Cairo today was a blatant deception about the real purposes of the war in Central Asia.


Obama flew to Germany after speaking in Cairo and landed in Dresden, the Saxon capital city on the Elbe.  Dresden was completely obliterated in a huge Allied fire-bombing attack on Valentines Day and Ash Wednesday 1945.  Eyewitnesses to the holocaust of Dresden estimate that more than 500,000 people, including many refugees who were sheltering in the "safe" city, were killed in the attack in which the entire inner city was incinerated.  Obama made a short visit to the re-built Frauenkirche and did not even address the painful subject of the Allied war crime that killed so many innocent lives in Dresden.  He then went on to visit the Buchenwald concentration camp in the outskirts of Weimar where Elie Wiesel spoke at great length about the 11,000 Jews who are said to have perished in the work camp.   CNN played up the fact that the camp had a crematorium with three ovens, but it did not visit the mountain of rubble in Dresden or the huge mass grave where the remains of thousands of the victims of one of the most cruel war crimes are buried.  Sixty-five years later, the controlled media still ignores this subject.

I spent a month in Dresden and visited Buchenwald.  I discovered that the death rate for German prisoners held in Buchenwald during the Soviet occupation was much higher than the death rate in the camp during the war.  Here are a few extracts from my Letter from Buchenwald:

According to a U.S. Army report dated May 25, 1945, a total of 238,980 prisoners had been held at Buchenwald in the period from July 1937 to April 1945. Of this number 34,375 died. This report, which shows a mortality rate of some 14 percent, was based on camp records confiscated by the U.S. Army.

Shortly after the U.S. Army "liberated" Buchenwald, it was turned over to the Soviet Union and became the so-called Special Camp No. 2 from 1945 to 1950. As the guide book, written by Sabine and Harry Stein says, "Prisoners moved into the barracks again hardly four weeks after the last survivors had left the National Socialist concentration camp in Buchenwald. Buchenwald became a place of isolation and death for another four and a half years....

"Hunger and isolation seriously affected everyday life. Hunger was almost omnipresent. Mass deaths ensued when the restricted rations were cut temporarily.

"More than one third of the total number of 122,671 prisoners died in the course of being there," the guide says about the post-war Soviet prison camp. "The victims of Buchenwald Special Camp were buried in mass graves. Their relatives did not receive any official notification.

"The history of Special Camp No. 2 and the existence of mass graves was subject to taboo in the German Democratic Republic," the guide says.

The official mortality rate in the Soviet camps during the post-war period was more than twice that of Buchenwald during the war. According to camp records kept by the Soviet Union, the Soviet prison camp system in Germany held 122,671 prisoners between 1945 and 1950 of which 42,889 died. This is a death rate of nearly 35 percent. In addition, 756 persons were executed.
To understand what really happened in both of these places, I recommend reading my articles from Buchenwald and Dresden.


Sources and Recommended Reading

About Buchenwald and Dresden:

Bollyn, Christopher, "
Letter from Buchenwald," November 12, 2005

Bollyn, "
Letter from Slaughterhouse Five," February 19, 2004

Bollyn, "
The Passing of Kurt Vonnegut - An Eyewitness to the Holocaust of Dresden
, April 12, 2007

About Afghanistan and the Deception of 9-11:

Active Thermitic Material Discovered in Dust from the 9/11 World Trade Center Catastrophe," Steven E. Jones et al, The Open Chemical Physics Journal, March 2009
Bollyn, Christopher, "The Great Game: The War for Caspian Oil And Gas," September 25, 2001

Bollyn, "
Obama and the Jews," April 2008

Bollyn, "
The Israeli Who Will Run the Obama White House
," November 6, 2008

Democracy' in Afghanistan - Code for Occupation," New America Media, Elsa Rassbach's 2008 interview with Afghan woman "Zoya" of the Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan (RAWA) New America Media New America Media, May 29, 2009

Grant, Stan, "
Afghan youths wary about Obama," CNN, June 4, 2009
Keinon, Herb, "Israel opens 3 new diplomatic missions," Jerusalem Post, May 21, 2009

President Obama's Speech on a New Beginning, Cairo, Egypt, June 4, 2009

Schechter, Erik, "I spy," Jerusalem Post, July 23, 2004

Turkmenistan: World’s Second Largest Holder of Gas Reserves
,", October 24, 2008

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