September 22, 2013 (Tony Cartalucci) - In the latest, and perhaps most absurd attempt yet by the West to cover up direct aid, arms, and funding it has been sending to Al Qaeda throughout the duration of the Syrian conflict, the Washington Post now claims "Twitter donations" have somehow managed to outpace the collective resources of a 7 nation-plus axis who it claims is only backing "moderate" fighters in Syria.
Image: Former-US President George Bush and King for Life of Saudi Arabia, Abdullah bin Abdulaziz al Saud:"The loving parents of Al Qaeda." From the 1980's to present day, the US and Saudi Arabia have funded, armed, and directed Al Qaeda while performing propaganda campaigns to bend public perception regarding the terrorist organization - portraying them as heroes, then villains, and back again. The "War on Terror" is a fraud.
In its article, "Private donations give edge to Islamists in Syria, officials say," the Washington Post actually claims:
Of course, all of these networks the Washington Post claims are undermining Western efforts to bolster its army of fictitious "moderates" run through Western allied nations, including most predominantly NATO-member Turkey whose borders and the arms flowing through them are admittedly monitored and steered by the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).
The Washington Post article also claims:
To undermine Iran, which is predominantly Shiite, the Bush Administration has decided, in effect, to reconfigure its priorities in the Middle East. In Lebanon, the Administration has coöperated with Saudi Arabia’s government, which is Sunni, in clandestine operations that are intended to weaken Hezbollah, the Shiite organization that is backed by Iran. The U.S. has also taken part in clandestine operations aimed at Iran and its ally Syria. A by-product of these activities has been the bolstering of Sunni extremist groups that espouse a militant vision of Islam and are hostile to America and sympathetic to Al Qaeda.
The story confirmed the origins of ex-Yugoslav weapons seen in growing numbers in rebel hands in online videos, as described last month by The Daily Telegraph and other newspapers, but suggests far bigger quantities than previously suspected.
The shipments were allegedly paid for by Saudi Arabia at the bidding of the United States, with assistance on supplying the weapons organised through Turkey and Jordan, Syria's neighbours. But the report added that as well as from Croatia, weapons came "from several other European countries including Britain", without specifying if they were British-supplied or British-procured arms.
British military advisers however are known to be operating in countries bordering Syria alongside French and Americans, offering training to rebel leaders and former Syrian army officers. The Americans are also believed to be providing training on securing chemical weapons sites inside Syria.
The airlift, which began on a small scale in early 2012 and continued intermittently through last fall, expanded into a steady and much heavier flow late last year, the data shows. It has grown to include more than 160 military cargo flights by Jordanian, Saudi and Qatari military-style cargo planes landing at Esenboga Airport near Ankara, and, to a lesser degree, at other Turkish and Jordanian airports.
With the pledge of fresh aid, the total amount of nonlethal assistance from the United States to the coalition and civic groups inside the country is $250 million. During the meeting here, Mr. Kerry urged other nations to step up their assistance, with the objective of providing $1 billion in international aid. In recent weeks, the US has admitted that it is now officially arming and equipping terrorists inside of Syria.
The Washington Post's article, "U.S. weapons reaching Syrian rebels," reported:
The CIA has begun delivering weapons to rebels in Syria, ending months of delay in lethal aid that had been promised by the Obama administration, according to U.S. officials and Syrian figures. The shipments began streaming into the country over the past two weeks, along with separate deliveries by the State Department of vehicles and other gear — a flow of material that marks a major escalation of the U.S. role in Syria’s civil war.
The Washington Post now expects readers and the general public to believe that somehow "Twitter donations" have managed to outpace this unprecedented multinational logistical feat and give Al Qaeda the edge over the West's nonexistent "moderate" forces.
In reality, the Washington Post article, "Private donations give edge to Islamists in Syria, officials say," is a hamhanded attempt to cover up the successful execution of the very conspiracy uncovered by Seymour Hersh in 2007, and clearly carried out in earnest starting in 2011. Al Qaeda has risen and perpetuated itself in Syria for nearly 3 years only for the fact that it has a 7 nation axis standing behind it - not "Twitter donations."
Perhaps most interesting of all, however, is the description of the "donor network" the Washington Post lays out. This most likely really exists, augmenting already well-documented extremists networks NATO is using against Syria, and is how the West has funneled such extensive torrents of cash and arms into Syria. It constitutes a full-scale proxy invasion that has apparently run aground in recent months and now the West is looking to divest from these monsters of their own creation - perhaps even as a pretext to militarily intervene.