CIA Begins Delivering Weapons to al-Qaeda in Syria


Meanwhile, al-Nusra says it doesn’t want help from the CIA and the infidels

Kurt Nimmo

The United States has officially announced it is now delivering “lethal aid” to the “rebels” engaged in attacks against the Syrian government. In addition to sophisticated communications equipment and advanced combat medical kits sent by the CIA, the State Department is sending vehicles and other munitions, according to the Washington Post.

CIA Begins Delivering Weapons to al-Qaeda in Syria


Al-Nusra says it doesn’t want help from the CIA and the infidels.

The Post reports shipments were previously stalled due to “logistical challenges involved in delivering equipment in a war zone and officials’ fears that any assistance could wind up in the hands of jihadists.”

“We’ve come full circle from going after al-Qaeda to indirectly backing al-Qaeda,” Bill Gertz quoted a U.S. official as stating following a promise in June by the Obama administration to increase arm shipments.

In December, it was reported that al-Nusra, described as “the most aggressive and successful arm of the rebel force” that has affirmed its allegiance to al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri, is closely aligned with the so-called secular mercenaries supported by the United States.

Despite the fact the illegal war against the al-Assad regime is led by al-Qaeda and its al-Nusra affiliate with the direct support of Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Turkey, the Obama administration took umbrage after Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz said the U.S. doesn’t “have a dog in the fight” and “should be focused on defending the United States of America. That’s why young men and women sign up to join the military — not to, as you know, serve as al-Qaeda’s air force.”

Despite the CIA’s long history of directly supporting fanatical Islamic mujahideen groups since the early 1980s and working with Pakistani intelligence to create both al-Qaeda and the Taliban, White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough told ABC’s George Stephanopoulos on Sunday he is outraged by Cruz’s remarks.

“I am outraged for somebody to suggest that our people would be serving as allies to al-Qaida, one,” McDonough said.

“Two, on this question about what this is and what this isn’t. What this is, George, is very clear. Targeted, consequential, limited attack against Assad forces and Assad capabilities so that he is deterred from carrying out these actions again.

“Here is what it is not. It is not boots on the ground. It is not an extended air campaign. It is not Iraq, Afghanistan or Libya. This is a very concerned, concentrated, limited effort that we can carry out and that can underscore and secure our interests.”


4 Responses

  1. charles allan says:

    They could dress american soldiers in al qaeda uniforms and they can be paid through Qatari and Saudi bank accounts thus saving defence spending – the US soldiers could be taught to behead women and children shouting – Allah the merciful.
    This will give Mr Nobel Peace Prize great honour when he visits Mecca.

  2. doesntmatter says:

    “We’ve come full circle from going after al-Qaeda to indirectly backing al-Qaeda”

    if I was still a walking zombie, that statement alone would’ve been the start of my awakening lol, smh.

  3. It is called treason!

    Arming al-Queda is treason, it is treason by those in the CIA, the administration and the Congress for not arresting it.

    Article one, Section six of the US Constitution makes it clear that just about everything that members of Congress do, while in session is protected from prosecution, one of the three exceptions is an act of treason.

    Article 1, section 6, clause 1 The Senators and Representatives shall receive a compensation for their services, to be ascertained by law, and paid out of the Treasury of the United States. They shall in all cases, except treason, felony and breach of the peace, be privileged from arrest during their attendance at the session of their respective Houses, and in going to and returning from the same; and for any speech or debate in either House, they shall not be questioned in any other place.

    Treason is defined as aiding and/or giving comfort to the enemy during time of war. The United States is at war with and our military is fighting against al-Qaeda in Afghanistan. Since we are fighting al-Queda in Afghanistan, al-Queda is therefore our enemy.

    Al-Queda makes up about 35% of the rebel forces fighting against the government of Syria. If we join those fighting against Syria, we will be fighting on the same side with and side by side with al-Qaeda. That’s right, the US military will be fighting side by side with the very same enemy we are fighting in Afghanistan. Every member of Congress that votes to send US troops to fight on the side of the rebels in Syria is committing treason by voting to allow Obama to order members of the US military to fight with, give aid and comfort to, al-Queda our enemy.

    Article 3.Section 3.

    Clause 1 defines treason: Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying war against them, or in adhering to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort. No person shall be convicted of treason unless on the testimony of two witnesses to the same overt act, or on confession in open Court.

    The roll call votes of how Maine’s two Senators, King and Collins and Maines’ two Congressmen, Michuad and Pingree vote on this very important issue will be found at and

    By the way, for those of you who have children in the Military, no one, of any rank, can order your child to commit treason by fighting on the side of and with a group we are at war with. No General, president or platoon leader can order or force you child to commit treason by aiding al-Queda.

    Rev. Bob Celeste

  4. charles allan says:

    McDonough is telling porkies and he knows it – the CIA is al qaeda . The CIA is not even good at deception.

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