During these last re-broadcasts, Dave Emory explores the Al-Qaeda movement as a re-formation of Afrikakorps, the expeditionary force of Nazi Germany in North Africa, especially present in Libya, Egypt and Tunisia. The mission of Al-Qaeda, examined under that spotlight, is to incense Arab and Muslim populations against Israel, the British and the United States, in an effort to secure the oil reserves of the Middle East for the Underground Reich, the same way Afrikakorps was trying to secure them for the Third Reich. FTR #333 explores the character of Ali Hassan Salameh, apparently a CIA asset and operative of the Black September organization that helped to engineer the Munich massacre of 1972. His father, Hassan Salameh, played an important role in the Palestinian issue. A key aide to Haj Amin al-Husseini, the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Hassan Salameh planned to poison the wells of Tel-Aviv. The goal was to create an uprising against the British to divert Allied troops. Fortunately, the operation failed. In this context, the Palestinian/Israeli question must be seen as a distraction to take the attention away from the real deal: oil. As Emory points out quite justly, even if Israel wouldn’t exist as a country, Arabs would still experience misery. Their suffering and poorness have another cause. There is something in their societies, surely due to their religion but also to the civilization itself from which they are the product, that blocks them from evolving and becoming prosper. Only the transformation of their minds and hearts will allow them to free themselves for this misery.
P.S.: Don’t you think that what we have witnessed during the « Arab Spring » resembles a lot to the events of WWII with Afrikakorps? Afrikakorps was present in Libya, Egypt and Tunisia…and curiously, that’s exactly where uprisings occured last winter. And the Palestinian/Israeli question used as a distraction while the real deal is oil… It seems to me that we are still where we were during WWII in these matters. If you replace the British by the United States, the situation in the Middle East is almost identical as to what it was during the 20’s, 30’s and 40’s.