Poor guy. He knows the power of a soundbite. George W. Bush and his wife, Laura, in a recent interview on ABC’s Nightline with Diane Sawyer respond to her question about their reaction to the recent Boston Bombings.
He’s clearly very hesitant to use the word “conspiracy” because he knows that great hay would be made of such a soundbite on YouTube. His avoidance of the term is just as precious, especially in light of what we learned last night on the Corbett Report, of a direct conspiracy involving the CIA and the uncle of the accused Boston Bombers, Ruslan Tsarnaev, who was involved in one of many similar CIA projects to radicalize previously moderate muslims, in this case, the Chechens and arming them for Jihad against their perceived “oppressors,” in this case, the Russians.
This was much in the same fashion as had been accomplished (with a great deal of pride) in Afghanistan by none other than Ruslan Tsarnaev’s father-in-law, Graham Fuller, former Vice Chairman of the CIA’s National Intelligence Council, as part of US National Security Advisor, Zbigniew Brzezinski’s policy, which has remained place, ever since, although even after his replacement by a succession of others at this post.
This strategy of radicalizing small muslim groups into Jihad, in order to destabilize their local governments, as with Afghanistan during its war with the former Soviet Union was seen for many years by the CIA as the winning strategy that brought the Soviet Union down. Clearly, they didn’t want to stop with Afghanistan and will keep doing this for as long as they can, as part of the “The Great Game.”