By Dr. Alan Sabrosky

Many years ago I read a fascinating discussion of the “tactics of mistake.”

This essentially entailed using a target’s prejudices and preconceptions

to mislead them

as to the origin and intent of the attack,

entrapping them in a tactical situation that later worked to the attacker’s strategic advantage.


This is what unfolded in the 9/11 attacks that led us into the matrix of wars and conflicts,

present (Afghanistan and Iraq),

planned (Iran and Syria)

and projected (Jordan and Egypt),

that benefit Israel and no other country

— although I concede that many private contractors and politicians are doing very well for themselves

out of the death and misery of others.

I am also absolutely certain as a strategic analyst that 9/11 itself,


from which all else flows,


was a classic Mossad-orchestrated operation.

But Mossad did not do it alone.

They needed local help within America (and perhaps elsewhere)



and they had it,


principally from some alumni of PNAC (the misnamed Project for a New American Century)



and their affiliates within and outside of the US Government (USG),

who in the 9/11 attacks got the “catalytic event” they needed

and craved to take the US to war on Israel’s behalf,

only eight months after coming into office.


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