OKLAHOMA CITY BOMBING ANNIVERSARY
Dennis L. Cuddy, Ph.D.
April 16, 2012
[Note: Relevant to my recent series on disarming America, if parts to our military’s weapons don’t work, it’s as though they’re disarmed. The first sentence in The Telegraph article “U.S. weapons ‘full of fake Chinese parts’,” (November 8, 2011) states: “Thousands of United States’ warplanes, ships and missiles contain fake electronic components from China, leaving them open to malfunctions, according to a U.S. Senate committee.” The committee found more than a million fake parts, mostly from China, in the 1800 cases it investigated. And Sen. Carl Levin emphasized those cases are “just the tip of the iceberg.” The article explained that the problems “have dated from a decision in the 1990s, by the Clinton administration, to cut costs by asking the Pentagon to buy ‘off-the-shelf’ electronics, rather than designing its own systems.”]
In my latest book, The Power Elite and the Secret Nazi Plan, I refer to infamous Nazi Adolph Eichmann associate Otto von Bolschwing, whom Allen Dulles (head of the CIA under President Eisenhower) helped immigrate to the U.S. in 1954. According to The Secret War Against the Jews by John Loftus and Mark Aarons, Bolschwing had said that in any future war, the support of the Moslem world was essential to Hitler’s plan. Beginning in the 1930s, the Nazis had allied with the Muslim Brotherhood (MB), which would be an important part of fulfilling the secret Nazi plan for world control, perhaps coming to fulfillment today.
Hamas comes from the MB, and in Steven Emerson’s American Jihad: The Terrorists Living Among Us, he listed Hamas as having groups and conventions in Oklahoma City. Relevant to the Oklahoma City bombing on April 19, 1995 (anniversary this coming Thursday), Jim Crogan in “An Oklahoma Mystery: New hints of links between Timothy McVeigh and Middle Eastern terrorists” (L.A. Weekly, July 24-30, 2002) wrote that “an undated intelligence report by [Director of the U.S. House of Representatives Task Force on Terrorism and Unconventional Warfare Yossef] Bodansky discusses alleged terrorist training inside the U.S. that included some ‘Lily Whites.’… Bodansky states the training was ordered by Iran and conducted by Hamas operatives…. Bodansky’s sources also report that at least two of the 1993 participants came from Oklahoma City.”
Al Qaeda also came from the MB, and its leader Osama bin Laden’s father Mohammad bin Laden founded the Saudi Bin Laden Group in 1931. The group invested in the global satellite communications system Iridium (begun in November 1998), which would be used by the Pentagon for its communications. Seven months before the 9/11 attacks by Al Qaeda, National Security Agency (NSA) chief Gen. Mike Hayden on CBS’s “60 Minutes” (February 13, 2001), revealed that “Osama bin Laden has at his disposal the wealth of a $3 trillion-a-year telecommunications industry that he can rely on…. He has better technology available to him than does the NSA.”
Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh’s alleged bombing partner, Terry Nichols, first met Ramzi Youssef (Al Qaeda 1993 World Trade Center bombing mastermind) in the Philippines on December 17, 1991. The FBI could have prevented the 1993 bombing, because the bomb designer asked his FBI contact to give him fake bombmaking material, but the contact didn’t. The FBI also could have prevented the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah federal building in Oklahoma City, but it prevented the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (BATF) from its planned raid of Elohim City to arrest Andreas Strassmeir, described as the bombing “instigator.”
Ramzi Youssef also planned Project Bojinka (where airplanes would be crashed into the World Trade Center, Pentagon, etc., like in the 9/11 attacks) and was in the Philippines with Abdul Hakim Murad, who told prison guards after the Oklahoma City bombing that Youssef’s “Liberation Army” (a branch of Al Qaeda) was responsible for it. This is according to consultant to the FBI Paul Williams in Al Qaeda: Brotherhood of Terror (2002). Williams also wrote that “while making final preparations for Bojinka, the terrorists met with Terry Nichols several times in Cebu City, the Philippines…. Some FBI officials now believe that Nichols… obtained contact with Youssef through Muslim students at Southwest College (Southwestern Oklahoma State University) in Weatherford, Oklahoma. The officials further believe that Youssef and Murad provided Nichols with training in making and handling bombs…. Several informants recently gave testimony that they met Nichols with Youssef in the Philippines and that the American was affectionately known there as ‘the Farmer’.”
Al Qaeda’s primary hiding place and training ground is in northwest Pakistan, whose head of intelligence services (ISI) at the time of the 9/11 attacks, Gen. Mahmoud Ahmad, had $100,000 wired to 9/11 attack leader Mohammed Atta (an Egyptian and member of an engineering society associated with the MB) one month before the attacks. Atta had visited a flight school in Oklahoma, and in James Langston’s “Iraqis Linked to Oklahoma Atrocity” (Evening Standard, London, October 21, 2002), one reads that “two of the Sept. 11th conspirators held a crucial meeting at a motel in Oklahoma City in August 2001. The motel’s owner has since identified them as ringleader Mohammed Atta and Zacarias Moussaoui…. The motel is unremarkable—except for one thing. It is where a number of… witnesses are sure they saw McVeigh drinking and perhaps plotting with his Iraqi friends.”
This raises the possibility that the Oklahoma City bombing was an Iraqi attack, perhaps as part of the secret Nazi Plan. Jon Dougherty in his WorldNetDaily article “Iraq link to OKC, Sept. 11 attacks?” (April 18, 2002) quotes Oklahoma City attorney John M. Johnston as saying his evidence “will show that the Republic of Iraq and [President] Saddam Hussein were involved in funding and planning” the Oklahoma City bombing, and that “certain elements of the United States government must have known” about the “foreign involvement all along.” One might remember at this point that according to UPI Intelligence Correspondent Richard Sale in “Exclusive: Saddam key in early CIA plot” (April 10, 2003), “Saddam’s first contacts with U.S. officials date back to 1959, when he was part of a CIA-authorized six-man squad tasked with assassinating then Iraqi Prime Minister Gen. Abd al-Karim Qasim.”
But why and how, you may ask, would this be part of the secret Nazi Plan? For the answer to this, you must remember that the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Hajj Amin al-Husseini was put on the Nazi payroll in 1938. And one of his confidantes was Saddam Hussein’s uncle, Gen. Khairullah Tulfah, who became Saddam’s mentor. According to Chuck Morse in The Nazi Connection to Islamic Terrorism (2003): “Clearly Saddam Hussein was tutored in the al-Husseini brand of Muslim Nazism by his uncle from an early age, and would become one of the most devout and effective practitioners of al-Husseini inspired Nazi pan-Arabism, as his career would attest.”
In James Langston’s article mentioned earlier, he indicates that the sketch of the Oklahoma City bombing suspect John Doe 2 is an almost perfect match for an Oklahoma City restaurant worker named Hussain al-Hussaini, who “has a tattoo on his upper left arm, indicating he was once a member of Saddam’s elite Republican Guard.” Furthermore, Micah Morrison in “The Iraq Connection” (Wall Street Journal, September 5, 2002) quotes Patrick Lang (former director of the Defense Intelligence Agency’s Human Intelligence Collection Section) as having written that al-Hussaini was likely a member of Unit 999 of the Iraqi Military Intelligence Service, or Estikhabarat, headquartered at Salman Pak southeast of Baghdad, which “deals with clandestine operations at home and abroad.”
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And how does this connect with Oklahoma City bombing participants Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols? In the “Washington Whispers” section of U.S. News and World Report (October 29, 2001), one finds that “a few top Defense officials think Oklahoma City’s bomber Timothy McVeigh was an Iraqi agent. The theory stems from a never-before-reported allegation that McVeigh had allegedly collected Iraqi telephone numbers. Why haven’t we heard this before about the case of the executed McVeigh? Conspiracy theorists in the Pentagon think it’s part of a cover-up.” In addition, Kelly Patricia O’Meara in “Iraq Connections to U.S. Extremists” (Insight Magazine, December 3, 2001) wrote of the connection of Terry Nichols to elements of Iraqi intelligence.