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Albert Doyle
01-19-2011, 03:54 PM
I was pondering the death of the Northern Alliance leader Massoud and felt it didn't seem right.

Ahmad Shah Massoud was the leader of the Northern Alliance in Afghanistan that was in a war with the Taliban prior to 9-11. Massoud was killed by a suicide bomber attack using a plastique bomb hidden in camera equipment during a filmed interview.

My thoughts on this are Massoud was no dummy and didn't rise to the top because he was foolish enough to allow a suicide bomber group close access to him. Massoud was one of that culture and knew Al Qaeda tactics probably better than anyone. He never would have allowed a suicide bomber group to walk right in and blow him up. Never. My guess is that CIA told Massoud to allow the interview as his ally and part of their support for him. In other words it was CIA who betrayed and murdered their ally Massoud.

This makes sense to me because Massoud died on September 9th 2001, two days before the 9-11 attacks. CIA was preparing the table for their Project For A New American Century invasion of Afghanistan and Massoud, being a strong religious and military leader, would have been a natural choice for the new president of the American puppet regime. CIA couldn't have that because they needed a weaker figure they could control so they did their reptilian-cold usual business and stabbed an ally in the back and murdered him. This was the first false flag attack of 9-11 coming two days in advance and is pure evidence of preknowledge and preparation in my opinion.


I don't think the American public is aware of the clammy snake-skin ghoulishness of the real Nazi powers that run this country and the unspeakable.

Seamus Coogan
01-20-2011, 03:58 AM
I was pondering the death of the Northern Alliance leader Massoud and felt it didn't seem right.

Ahmad Shah Massoud was the leader of the Northern Alliance in Afghanistan that was in a war with the Taliban prior to 9-11. Massoud was killed by a suicide bomber attack using a plastique bomb hidden in camera equipment during a filmed interview.

My thoughts on this are Massoud was no dummy and didn't rise to the top because he was foolish enough to allow a suicide bomber group close access to him. Massoud was one of that culture and knew Al Qaeda tactics probably better than anyone. He never would have allowed a suicide bomber group to walk right in and blow him up. Never. My guess is that CIA told Massoud to allow the interview as his ally and part of their support for him. In other words it was CIA who betrayed and murdered their ally Massoud.

This makes sense to me because Massoud died on September 9th 2001, two days before the 9-11 attacks. CIA was preparing the table for their Project For A New American Century invasion of Afghanistan and Massoud, being a strong religious and military leader, would have been a natural choice for the new president of the American puppet regime. CIA couldn't have that because they needed a weaker figure they could control so they did their reptilian-cold usual business and stabbed an ally in the back and murdered him. This was the first false flag attack of 9-11 coming two days in advance and is pure evidence of preknowledge and preparation in my opinion.


I don't think the American public is aware of the clammy snake-skin ghoulishness of the real Nazi powers that run this country and the unspeakable.

As per usual mate with your stuff its worth having a ponder. Have a look into it for me.

David Guyatt
01-20-2011, 09:47 AM
I don't think the American public is aware of the clammy snake-skin ghoulishness of the real Nazi powers that run this country and the unspeakable.

Hopefully they're slowly learning though. Too much is coming out these days for any but the most dedicated Ostrich not to notice the smell.

It's an interesting idea about Massoud, Albert. I'll look forward to reading anything you are able to develop on it.

Magda Hassan
01-20-2011, 09:56 AM
It is curious isn't it. Right up there with the military stand down 12 hours later.