Conspiracy Theater


April 24, 2018 By Joseph P. Farrell

9/11 continues to fascinate and absorb the world's attention, and it certainly continues to exercise a hold over the alternative research community, for the simple reason that much of what is wrong with the world today is traceable to 9/11 and the events of that day. There are many things that still do not make sense, and many areas that need fleshing out, and speculative dots connected: the role of the "Rothschild crypto-state," i.e., that network of influence from Tel Aviv to Riyadh and all European capitals, needs to be explored; the strange role of Fascists and Germans surrounding Mohammad Atta, poster-boy-cum-patsy for the operation, also remains unclear.

This week, however, the veil may have been pulled back a little further (Mr. R.B. and a few others saw this article and passed it a long, so a thank you to him and all others who shared it):

German Al-Qaeda Recruiter Behind 9/11 Attacks Captured In Syria

Here's it's essential to quote the article:

nd now for yet more confirmation that the jihadist insurgents operating in Syria which the media has for the past six years labeled "moderate" are the same al-Qaeda terrorists that perpetrated the 9/11 attacks, and in some instances this is literally the case.

Kurdish forces currently fighting Turkish-backed FSA groups in northern Syria have captured a well-known al-Qaeda member and German national of Syrian origin who had once been tracked and detained by the CIA - Mohammed Haydar Zammar.

According to Middle East Eye, citing the AFP, Zammar has long been known to Western as well as Syrian authorities for his direct links to key al-Qaeda planners of 9/11:

A Syrian-born German national accused of helping to plan the September 11, 2001 attacks has been detained by Kurdish forces in Syria, a senior Kurdish commander told AFP on Wednesday.

"Mohammed Haydar Zammar has been arrested by Kurdish security forces in northern Syria and is now being interrogated," the top official said, without providing further details.

Zammar spent years in Syrian prison after the CIA captured him in Morocco and transferred him to Damascus as part of the CIA's "extraordinary rendition" program, however, in the midst of the war he was released by the Assad government as part of a general amnesty for political prisoners deal which at the time was demanded by the Syrian opposition and international human rights groups (though some prisoners broke free when insurgent groups took over government towns early in the war).

Naturally, it appears that Zammar promptly resumed his life as an al-Qaeda terrorist, but instead of setting his sights on Western targets, he joined the battle against the secular Ba'athist government in Damascus.

Let all that sink in for a moment: (1) Zammar was handed over to Syria by the CIA(!), in a deal which implied that Syria was involved in the CIA's "secret rendition centers" program for the torture of political prisoners; (2) Mr. Assad's government released Zammar, who promptly joined the (American-sponsored) "moderate" rebels fighting the secular regime of Mr. Assad, a Baathist regime like - oh look! - the secular regime that used to be in Saddam Hussein's Iraq.  And of course, there's this:

He was an influential cleric in Germany who helped arrange Mohammed Atta's - the head hijacker of the 9/11 attacks - travel to Afghanistan for al-Qaeda training, according to the Washington Post.

German officials said that Zammar frequently spoke to Atta and visited him at home while they both lived in Hamburg.

So a little more in this tangled network has been revealed...or has it? Recall just how strange Atta's connections really were, which I outlined in my 9/11 book Hidden Finance, Rogue Networks, and Secret Sorcery: Atta was recruited in Egypt by two Germans who - as far as I know - have never been identified; from there he made it to Hamburg where again he stayed in a middle class area at the behest of some Germans, and where he was sponsored by the Carl Duisberg Gesellschaft, which has its own very suggestive connections, not the least of which is IG Farben, Duisberg being one of its founders. From Hamburg, Atta made his way to Venice, Florida, ostensibly to attend flight school. There, according to the research of Doug Hofstader, Atta was visited many times by people from Europe (Germany, Switzerland, and the Netherlands) with very un-Muslim sounding names, like Peter, Jurgen, Hans, and so on, as they toured up and down Florida's coasts, doing very impious things like drinking, visiting strip clubs, having drug parties, and so on.

In Zammar's case, are we looking at that contact and connection between Atta, the Muslim brotherhood (principally in Egypt), and the whole festering "Fascist International"  and "Rothschild crypto-state" networks? The last part of that question may seem odd, or at the very minimum, out of place, until one recalls that Atta was also apparently fluent in modern Hebrew, and that his father suspected that his son had, at some point, worked for the Israeli Mossad!

And lo and behold, Mr. Assad's government somehow squats inconveniently in the middle of the story. Is all the hoopla in Syria because "they" do not want Mr. Assad spilling whatever he knows about 9/11?

At this stage, I'd entertain almost any idea...

See you on the flip side...