Skip to comments.Used and Abused: The Manipulation of the American Military by the Muslim Brotherhood
Posted on 04/29/2014 6:35:42 AM PDT by Randall_S
In an article published in the London Review of Books, Pulitzer Prize winning columnist Seymour Hersh (of My Lai and, more recently, Abu Ghraib fame), explains recent two foreign policy mysteries to American readers. The piece, The Red Line and the Rat Line is based on interviews with intelligence sources and consultants, and it connects the dots between between these two mysteries, and explains how they are related. What emerges is a clear picture of American cooperation, at the highest levels, with Turkey and Qatar, the foremost sponsors of the Arab Spring (see links). For example, NATO, as of December, was still subcontracting with what could be fairly termed a division of the Taliban. The Arab Spring was a geopolitical program designed to ensure the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood and the proliferation of al Qaeda in the Middle East.
The first mystery is Benghazi, and what was really going on at that compound that led to the deaths of four Americans, including Ambassador Christopher Stevens. According to Hersh, the CIA was operating a gun-running ring, collecting Gaddafis weapons and sending them into Syria to the rebels to fight Bashar Assad. This is consistent with some early reports following the incidents, including comments by Senator Rand Paul and an expose by Glenn Beck.
(Excerpt) Read more at nyyrc.com ...