Nafeez Ahmed: Algeria Complicit with Al-Qaeda, Sponsors False Flag Attacks, US Government Witting

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Nafeez Ahmed
Nafeez Ahmed

Intelligence agencies are running al-Qaeda camps in North Africa — UN consultant

New evidence points to a Western cover-up of Algerian state sponsorship of Islamist jihadists, to protect oil and gas interests

An unpublished report by a government advisor and UN consultant, obtained exclusively by INSURGE intelligence, accuses Western and Algerian security services of complicity in al-Qaeda terrorist activity across North Africa. The academic report focuses on damning evidence that a devastating al-Qaeda terrorist attack on the Tigantourine gas plant near In Amenas, Algeria, was orchestrated by Algeria’s secret services, with the knowledge of US, French and British intelligence.

Tip of the Hat to Antechinus.

Phi Beta Iota: Terrorist groups do not exist in isolation from governments. They have a purpose within national, regional, and global government, banking, and corporate manipulation of public perception to achieve financial advantage for the 1% while keeping the 99% afraid and passive.

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