The Project for the New Al
by David Malone
(Trafford Publishing, Nonfiction,
BIN LADEN’S PLAN
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The Strategy Behind Al Qaeda
WAR POLICY FAILED
(A) Allowing the high command of Al Qaeda's global insurgency the 7-year
of a Pakistani safe haven,
(B) Exhausting America's financial, military and ideological resources
on a war
in Iraq that has only increased the oil revenues, terrorist recruitment
ideological appeal fueling Al Qaeda's war against American imperialism,
(C) Blocking the necessary platform for American victory: a U.S.-led
"Manhattan- Project" initiative to resolve the global energy crisis
through sustainable uses of cheap, renewable energy sources.
BIN LADEN'S STRATEGY
- Overarching: AL QAEDA HAS ENDEAVORED TO
PORTRAY ITS WAR
ON AMERICA AS A DEFENSIVE JIHAD AGAINST A "GREAT SATAN" EMPIRE. Most
successfully, Bin Laden prompted this
display of imperial belligerence from the United States by baiting the
Bush Administration into crusading across the Middle East in pursuit of
New American Century" initiative. On
the central front of the war, the
ideological battlefield, the 9/11 masterminds duped Bush into sabotaging
America's reputation and enhancing that of the Al Qaeda insurgency.
Among the terrorist syndicate’s arsenal of
weapons, CRUSADER BAITING MOST THREATENS U.S. NATIONAL SECURITY.
- Short term: Al
Qaeda primarily seeks to provoke
invasions of Pakistan and Yemen, along with the U.S.-backed Israeli
Iran in order to solidify the image of a crusading superpower.
- Long term: Al
Qaeda aspires to enact the
Bin Laden as the awaited Muslim Messiah at war with the Great
- Selecting an
appropriate U.S. President: Bin
in 2000 and 2004 supported Bush's
election victories, a
pattern of support for U.S. war hawks that Al Qaeda tried to repeat in 2008 and 2012.
- Provoking America: Al
Qaeda waged a ten-year campaign to
provoke an American invasion of Iraq, an effort that culminated in the
- Creating a nuclear
Frankenstein: The Bush
Administration's botched occupation of Afghanistan and disastrous
policy transformed Al Qaeda into the world's strongest nuclear power, a
stateless terrorist empire with access to nuclear weapons, the
worldwide deployment and immunity from nuclear counterattack. As
long as America fails to isolate geographically
the syndicate’s high command outside of the official borders defining
U.S.-allied nations, Al Qaeda will enjoy a “nuclear shield” by which it
effectively subverts the doctrine of mutually assured destruction that
prevented nuclear war since the dawn of the atomic age.