By Ben Barrack
This article represents a conclusion based on a very extensively researched three-part series, which can be read here (Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3). If you want the detail that backs up the claims and conclusions below, please refer to those three parts.
Once the cold war had ended, many political power players inside the U.S. clearly decided to do business with representatives of the covert allies in the war against Soviet Communism. Aligning with those forces to defeat the Soviets is one thing; deciding to partner with them afterward is something altogether different. With hindsight, indications are that the euphoria of defeating the Soviet Union spilled over into a willingness to embrace nefarious individuals and groups that represented the forces and/or nations that helped the U.S. win the cold war.
That Euphoria began near the end of Ronald Reagan’s second term.
While speaking outside the Brandenburg Gate of the Berlin Wall in Western Germany on June 12, 1987, then President Reagan exhorted Soviet Union’s General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev to “tear down this wall”:
Though it took more than two years for Reagan’s words to become reality, the wall was indeed torn down on November 9, 1989, during the administration of George H.W. Bush:
This event signified the end of the Cold War between the Soviet Union and the United States, eastern communism vs. western democracy. The U.S. had won the cold war.
What is often overlooked is that when it comes to the defeat of the Soviet Union, a covert alliance between the U.S., Saudi Arabia, the Pakistanis and the Muslim Brotherhood played a major role. This alliance began in relative earnest circa 1979. It did not end with the fall of the Berlin Wall; it continued and gave birth to strange bedfellows indeed.
In fact, indications are that power players in the U.S. political structure – from both parties – saw an opportunity to leverage the relationships its government fostered in those final years of the cold war. Americans for Tax Reform President and Founder Grover Norquist admitted as much in an interview with Glenn Beck in March of 2015.
Norquist – who is married to a Palestinian Muslim and shepherded stealth Muslim Brotherhood agents into the George W. Bush White House – is perhaps the Republican canary in the Muslim Brotherhood infiltration coal mine.
In the cold war’s final decade, western leaders embraced these allies and their apparatchiks. Stealth Muslim Brotherhood jihadists were brought into the circle of powerful politicians in Washington, DC.
Beginning with George H.W. Bush in 1990, Muslim Brotherhood operatives who represented a group the U.S. aligned with against the Soviet Union were welcomed into the political fold. A group known as the Arab-American Council met with H.W. multiple times to discuss Middle East policy. Bush’s Chief of Staff John Sununu was an integral part of this early Muslim outreach.
To this day, Sununu continues to rub elbows with stealth Muslim Brotherhood jihadists.
The Clintons continued the practice of embracing stealth Muslim Brotherhood jihadists. The most notable are the chairman of the Dar al-Hijrah mosque in Falls Church, VA who made several visits to the Clinton White House, and Hillary’s closest adviser Huma Abedin. Abedin is both a stealth Muslim Brotherhood agent and was raised in Saudi Arabia. There are strong indications that the reason she is not outed by the Washington political establishment is because doing so would implicate that establishment.
George W. Bush and Karl Rove – Bush’s closest adviser – then allowed Norquist to bring stealth Muslim Brotherhood agents into the White House – both before and after 9/11. Rove tapped Norquist’s Muslim partner Khaled Saffuri to lead his boss’s Muslim outreach for the 2000 presidential campaign.
It’s safe to say that by the time George W. Bush was elected president, many political figures – both Democrat and Republican – had been compromised by their relationships with Muslim Brotherhood figures, which were being funded by the Saudis.
Then 9/11 happened:
If ever there was a time for Bush and the Washington political establishment to come clean with the American people about the bitter fruit of relationships with the Saudis and the Muslim Brotherhood, the 9/11 attacks provided them with that opportunity.
Perhaps as close as Bush came was on September 13th, two days after the attacks, at a press conference:
Instead, the administration hurriedly rushed Saudis of interest out of the U.S. and embraced leaders of stealth Muslim Brotherhood groups like the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA).
Just how egregious were the dealings of the Bushes and the Clintons in the 1980’s and early 1990’s? Were they so bad that neither family could come clean after the worst attack on U.S. soil? My belief is that they’re pretty ugly and involve the dealings of very powerful U.S. politicians with the Pakistani bank known as the Bank of Credit & Commerce International (BCCI).
However painful those answers, they must be revealed. Yet, they remain covered up. Bush censored 28 pages that tell the truth about Saudi involvement in 9/11 at the very time he was taking American troops into Iraq.
The Washington establishment has much to hide; that is clear to anyone willing to look. It will not relinquish power easily or willingly. The proof that it has joined both parties at the hip is that the Republican Party fights conservatives more than it fights Democrats.
For years, the Bushes and the Clintons have covered up the truth that would begin a healing process for America.
The healing – no matter how painful – must begin.
Unfortunately, those with the power to begin the healing process also have the power to prevent it…