Friday, August 6, 2010

How US-UK Create 'Terrorist' States? Part 1

Today's post is extracted from the Yemen Post, an article written by Tim Cole, a very interesting article indeed.

How US-UK Create 'Terrorist' States: Yemen as a Case Study
  • How to create your very own terrorist state:
Using Yemen as a case study, Tim Coles argues that these steps precisely match US and British policies in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iran as well as Yemen to grow "very poisonous seeds", some which have ripened while others are ripening.

So, you want to create your own terrorist state, do you? Follow these simple instructions and you will be able to grow "very poisonous seeds. These seeds are growing now. Some have ripened while others are ripening."
Here is how to create your own terrorist state, using Yemen as an example.
  • Step 1:
Make sure you have a media and an education system sophisticated enough to omit what your country does to others, but emphasize what other countries do to you.

This will enable your domestic population to hate the people of the other country, allowing you to pursue your agenda without the risk of being overthrown by your own population.
  • Step 2:
Select a country that has suffered under your colonial rule in the past. Aden, now Yemen, was occupied by the British in 1839. In 1947, the Amir of Dhala's son, Haidan, led an uprising which was crushed with overwhelming firepower from Britain's Royal Air Force. In a study for the RAND Corporation, Briuce Hoffman explained:
  • Step 3:
Make sure that your selected country has a neighbour across the sea, or on its border, which has also suffered under your colonial rule. You will need to do this for Step 7 later on. In 1925, the colonial administrator, Douglas Jardine, no to be confused with the cricketeer, explained the geographic importance of Aden and British Somaliland, now Somalia:
  • Step 4:
Now that you have chosen a country, in close proximity to its exploited neighbour, you'll want to ensure that the suffering inflicted upon it had contined throughout the course of, say, one hundred years.
  • Step 5:
Now that you have fostered enough resentment and ruined a country's chance of socio-economic recovery, you might want to try betraying even the mercenary elements of that country attempting to side with you. In 1979, Amreica and Britain began funding, arming and training the Afghanistan mujahideen in order "to draw the Russians into the Afghan trap", to quote US President Jimmy Carter's national security advisor, Zbigniew Brzezinski. This worked. Russia and the mujahideen ruined Afghanistan - and out of the ashes rose the Taliban, whom Britain and America supported almost up to 9/11. Britain's leading independent terror specialist, Jason Burke, documented how many of the more fascistic elements of the mujahideen were Yemenis who "had distinguished themselves at the battle of Jalalabad in 1989.

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