A headline in the New York Times this morning is very confusing. I don’t know if the reporter is completely confused, or is attempting to bring cover to the government’s supplying arms to so-called Syrian rebels. The headline reads:
“Rebel Arms Flow Is Said To Benefit Jihadists In Syria”
This is a very contradictory headline, because there is little difference between the rebels and Jihadists. The New York Times is obviously trying to separate the western backed “rebels” into the “good” and bad, so as to protect the U.S. government’s reputation. Weapons coming from Saudi Arabia and Qatar are certainly being controlled by western interests, and if the ignorant public figured out that the U.S. is backing Jihadist terrorists, (al Qaeda) and they are, it might become more difficult for the government politically.
The government claims to be fighting al Qaeda, while at the same time fully supporting the same al Qaeda, to prosecute regime change in areas the U.S. wants to control. Complicated? Not at all, it is just that terrorists and the U.S. government are both enemies of the people, and are one and the same.