Wikileaks Confirm US Funds Taliban

August 2, 2010

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by Henry Makow Ph.D.


Oh! The horror! The betrayal! 

Wikileak documents reveal that Pakistan has been funding the Taliban.

"The Taliban are stronger than ever and a crucial component of their success is the support they receive from Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI). The military spy agency nurtured the Taliban in the 1990s and has maintained ties to the group ever since."

And guess who has been funding Pakistan and the ISI to the tune of billions of dollars?  Billions of which "go missing?"

Just two weeks ago, Hillary Clinton announced millions more. Obama officials say the US-Pakistani relationship will not be harmed by these revelations.

Of course not. The goyim must continue to destroy themselves in Afghanistan.   

Pakistani support for the Taliban is spun in terms of rivalry with India. In fact, the Pakistani Interservices Intelligence Agency takes its orders from the CIA, and the CIA is run by the Illuminati bankers.

The Illuminati bankers can't embroil the goyim in perpetual wars without financing both sides. Otherwise the wars would end abruptly. Similarly, North Vietnam was dependent on Russia and China during the Vietnam war. And Russia/China were funded by same bankers.   

The Illuminati bankers have waged war on humanity by starting and financing every war and revolution for more than 400 years, all to wear us down in preparation for their world tyranny, the New World Order.


(from April 26 2009 "American Taxpayers Finance the Taliban" by Henry Makow)

The Illuminati bankers have to finance both sides of every war, and Afghanistan is no exception. As they have pilfered the US government's credit card, this means the American tax payer is paying for the Taliban. And since Barack Obama is sending an additional 68,000 soldiers, "over the next several years", this won't be small Change. 

The role of America's Illuminati political "leadership" is to shepherd these funds through Congress (i.e. the credit card terminal.) Last week, Hillary Clinton sounded critical of Pakistan but she was actually campaigning for $7.5 billion in "economic" aid and $3 billion in military assistance for Pakistan. She said the money is needed for more "government services." No doubt, this includes the Illuminati's payment for providing America with an enemy.

The Illuminati hide in plain sight. Just Google "Pakistan Aid to Taliban" and discover what US legislators and media should know. The Taliban is financed, trained and run by Pakistan's Interservices Intelligence Agency. The ISI is a branch of the CIA, which is run by the Illuminati bankers.

In October 2006, NATO clearly identified the Taliban as an ISI operation:

"NATO is now mapping the entire Taliban support structure in Balochistan, from ISI - run training camps near Quetta to huge ammunition dumps, arrival points for Taliban's new weapons and meeting places of the shura, or leadership council, in Quetta, which is headed by Mullah Mohammed Omar, the group's leader since its creation a dozen years ago...

In Panjwai the Taliban had also established a training camp to teach guerrillas how to penetrate Kandahar, a separate camp to train suicide bombers and a full surgical field hospital. Nato estimated the cost of Taliban ammunition stocks at around £2.6 million. "The Taliban could not have done this on their own without the ISI," said a senior NATO officer.


This may explain why Pakistan with an army of 500,000 and 500,000 reservists has shown no appetite for confronting the Taliban. The country is probably run by the ISI.

In August, 2008, George W. Bush read the riot act to the Pakistanis (wink, wink):

"President George W Bush confronted Yusuf Raza Gillani, Pakistan's prime minister, in Washington with evidence of involvement by the ISI, its military intelligence, in a deadly attack on the Afghan capital and warned of retaliation if it continues. ... Gillani... was left in no doubt that the Bush administration had lost patience with the ISI's alleged double game."

Paradoxically, the US uses the Taliban as an excuse to fund the Pakistanis!:

Last Friday, "Gen. David Petraeus urged Congress to approve $3 billion in aid to Pakistan for training its troops to fight insurgents in tribal areas. The most important, most pressing threat to the very existence of their country is the threat posed by the internal extremists and groups such as the Taliban and the syndicated extremists."

So let's keep this straight. The US is fighting the Taliban in Afghanistan while using the Taliban as an excuse to fund Pakistan who is maintaining the Taliban. Oh dear. And from Pakistan's viewpoint, the Taliban is the reason they are getting all this money.

Meanwhile Pakistan is a nuclear power. But it is not our enemy. Iran is our enemy. By some logic, Pakistan can have nuclear weapons but its neighbor Iran cannot.

In conclusion, in the New World Order there must be perpetual war and someone's got to pay for an enemy. So, the US is funding both sides of the Afghanistan war.  If Americans aren't kept busy fighting Muslim extremists, they might figure out who their real enemy is, and we can't have that. 
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The British May be Helping ISI Train the Taliban
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/revealed-british-plan-to-build-training-camp-for-taliban-fighters-in-afghanistan-777671.html

The Taliban Opium Connection
http://www.metimes.com/International/2008/05/14/the_taliban_opium_connection/2650/

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Comments for "Wikileaks Confirm US Funds Taliban "

Joe said (August 4, 2010):

Given enough research, one could say that modern warfare over the centuries has been optional. By "modern", let's include the time from the late Middle Ages to the present. To further support the contrived nature of modern warfare, enough research might reveal the rise in modern warfare as directly linked with the rise of modern banking.

It is with the Age of Information (leading us into the Age of Too Much Information) that the finer details of history are being more widely disseminated for those who can sense the undercurrents shaping the surface structure of civilization. Begin with Major General Smedley D. Butler's "War Is A Racket." Next, find a copy of Gary Allen's "None Dare Call It Conspiracy." Anything from Antony Sutton ("The Best Enemy Money Can Buy") regarding our government's complicitness with keeping the USSR armed is another good page turner.

Then there's "Nameless War" written by one Captain Ramsay, WWI veteran, former member of His Majesty's Scottish Guard, and finally a Member of Parliament, who was arrested and imprisoned for nearly three years under an Orwellian law in England, without formal charges or a trial, because he had discovered and was attempting to expose the orchestrators of WWII.

(Interesting quality having anything "Orwellian" in England during WWII since "1984" was published in 1948)

Trucks the North Vietnamese Army used to supply the Viet Cong were constructed in a factory built by the Ford Motor Company (look up details on the Kama River Motor Factory).

By supplying the Pakistanis with the means of keeping their Taliban buddies in business, we are once again paying for the best enemy money can buy. All of this derives out of "The Report From Iron Mountain" which is so richly portrayed by Mister X (Donald Sutherland's character) in "JFK" when he says: 'The organizing principle for any population resides in their ability to wage war.'

Or words to that effect.

The end of war does not necessarily require an end to banking. Solutions are much more complicated than can be explained here. To begin, start digging for the truth and keep following those leads which expose what most other people find difficult to comprehend. And train, train, train for your survival.


Anthony Migchels said (August 3, 2010):

It is well known that the ISI invented the Taleban in the nineties to end the anarchy in their backyard after the Soviets were forced out.

The Taleban were surprisingly successful in destroying the warlords that were running the country. Although they had a rather brutish image in the west, they were appreciated because they brought order and any population that has lived in anarchy admires whatever types that bring stability. The women most of all, they have most to loose in anarchy and all the feminist warmongering over 'women's rights' should be asking the women there how they like their homes, sons, husbands and fathers being blown away.

The ISI needs stability around Pakistan for a simple reason: it is the neighbour and archenemy of a massive, albeit slow moving behemoth: India. Pakistani politics is a one issue item: how is Pakistan, with 170 million people not a 'small' country itself, going to contain that massive threat? They simply don't have the resources to focus on much more.

You state in your article that Pakistan is 'not the enemy' for the US. However: they are. Of course, for short term tactical reasons they cooperate, but Pakistan is a major ally of China, who also needs to reckon with India. The Chinese are quite happy the Pakistani are taking a lot of pressure off of their India front.

The US has invested big time over the last few years in their relationship with India. India is a far more important asset than Pakistan.
The balkanization of Pakistan may not yet be official policy, but in the US/Illuminati agenda it surely is.

All this is part of the China game plan, but there is also to consider that Pakistan is the only Muslim nuclear power. It is the last major obstacle for Zionist supremacy in the Middle East. When they are done with Iran, they will surely attend to Pakistan. Or, maybe more likely, Pakistan will be in the China-Iran axis in the coming world war.

The funding of the Taleban is another example of a well established tactic: creating the best enemies money can buy. Who else would there be to fight? How else are the US taxpayers going to allow being fleeced a trillion a year (if one counts, as one should, NASA, DoE and 'intelligence') in 'defense' expenditure? This corporate welfare has been very eloquently described by many, most notably Noam Chomsky. Chomsky is just a 'gatekeeper', of course, but the things he got right, he sure did get them very right.

The Taleban are the necessary excuse for the build up of tension, military presence and all the other prerequisites of the Big Bang our controllers are planning (and implementing). Both Pakistan and Iran are targets in this operation.



silversabre said (August 3, 2010):

This psychopathic formula of deception and terror has been in use for at least 2000 years. Cicero 106-43BC warned Rome " A nation can survive its fools and even the ambitious, but it cannot survive treason from within.
An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banners openly against the city. But the traitor moves among those within the gates freely, his sly whispers rustling through all alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself."
Deception, terror and genocide seem to be the Elite's blueprint for Mankind.
" Oh stupid man, what will you not believe." Albert Pike

" Our world is run by insane people for insane objectives." John Lennon


Jerome said (August 3, 2010):

ranian Nukes are thus supported by the USA.
Likewise the JF-17/FC1 Jet fighter based on the Northrop-Grumman F20,
which was transferred to China 20 years ago.


Irish Dan said (August 2, 2010):

This mass release of documents, for the first time in the history of modern conflict, provides the public with much the same volume and specifics of information as those running a war. Leaving aside for the moment the reasons behind the conflict, the papers clearly show that from a military perspective the war cannot be won.

How many more lives will be lost, bodies maimed and minds damaged far beyond healing, before this unnecessary war is halted?

How long before this mass of information is broken down into a focussed, readable book that will fire the public imagination and bring masses on to the streets to demand no more wars? Or, as more likely, will this too pass after the usual warnings on sites such as here and things continue on as before?

Never in the history of humanity have have we had such a deluge of information.......... and has less been done with the information available!

Those who consider themselves our Masters ( and with good reason) have a New World Order agenda unfolding to plan, we who oppose them cannot even use the net to organize a single, one world, unified response. Any surprise then that the NWO consider themselves victorious, ( history have vindicated that attitude so far) and have little difficulty in persuading malleable public officials to serve them and join' the winning side' ?


Dan said (April 30, 2009):


Posted, on on your latest news was "Beatles and Aquarian Conspiracy", it was no surprise to read this. On the south coast of England is the Isle of Wight. On the island are several towns, including the town of Ryde. Ryde, was the first place in England to legalize abortions. Made famous by the Beatles tune, "She's got a ticket to ride" (Ryde).


Hassen said (April 26, 2009):

An interesting quote; makes a lot of sense with some of the headlines we see today.

“The world Zionist movement should not be neglectful of the dangers of Pakistan to it. And Pakistan now should be its first target, for this ideological State is a threat to our existence. And Pakistan, the whole of it, hates the Jews and loves the Arabs. “This lover of the Arabs is more dangerous to us than the Arabs themselves. For that matter, it is most essential for the world Zionism that it should now take immediate steps against Pakistan.

“Whereas the inhabitants of the Indian peninsula are Hindus whose hearts have been full of hatred towards Muslims, therefore, India is the most important base for us to work there from against Pakistan. “It is essential that we exploit this base and strike and crush Pakistanis, enemies of Jews and Zionism, by all disguised and secret plans.”

-David Ben Gurion, the first Israeli Prime Minister.His words, as printed in the Jewish Chronicle,9 August 1967:


Henry Makow received his Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Toronto in 1982. He welcomes your comments at