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"Ruthless and Cunning..."

Israel's Mossad: "Ruthless and cunning . . . a wildcard . . . [that has the] capability to target U.S. forces and make it look like a Palestinian/Arab act."




. . .On September 10, 2001 — one day before the tragic terrorist attacks that shocked America — The Washington Times revealed in a front-page story that top U.S. Army analysts believed that Israel's intelligence agency, the Mossad, was "ruthless and cunning, "a wildcard" that "has [the] capability to target U.S. forces and make it look like a Palestinian/Arab act."
That explosive and highly revealing assertion appeared in a 68-page paper prepared by sixty officers at the United States Army's School of Advanced Military Studies (SAMS), a Fort Leavenworth-based training ground for up-and-coming Army officers. The Army paper called Israel's armed forces a "500 pound gorilla" that is "known to disregard international law to accomplish [its] mission."
The negative comments about Israel appeared in a SAMS paper putting forth a plan for enforcing an Israeli-Palestinian peace accord requiring an international peace-keeping force of some 20,000 troops stationed in Israel and in a newly-created Palestinian state.  That the SAMS proposal factored in the existence of a Palestinian state is an affront by the American Army officers to Israel, which has never fully accepted the idea of a Palestinian state.
In light of the suggestion by U.S. Army officers that Israel might attempt to disrupt U.S. and international peacekeeping efforts in the Middle East and disguise the crimes as those of Palestinian or Arab forces, the events of September 11, 2001 — one day after The Washington Times reported this story — take on a new light.
Americans have been taught — particularly in the wake of 9-11 — to respect our military and to "support the troops." But despite these very clear warnings regarding Israel coming from some of our most distinguished military minds, many Americans continue to trust and support Israel.  The reason for this is because the controlled media in America largely suppresses the point of view of those considerable numbers of top military figures who have such concerns.
And it is this same controlled media that has purveyed the "false flags" that have been used to cover up some of the worst terrorist actions — by Israel — of our times.


False Flags: Template for Terror
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