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The war on terror, Ahmed says, is not new. It began right after WW II as a project of the State Department and the Council on Foreign Relations. What is new is the justification of that war through the events of 9-11.
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Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed:
PERPETUAL WAR ON FREEDOM

The British author Nafeez Ahmed wrote the international best seller The War on Freedom, how and why America was attacked on September 11. He presents his most recent research on the war on terror and Western secret strategy.

The war on terror, Nafeez Ahmed says, is not new. It began right after World War II as a project of the State Department and the Council on Foreign Relations. What is new now is the justification of that war through the events of 9-11. In this chilling history lesson Nafeez Ahmed says that the need for a Pearl Harbor like event had been articulated for many years, culminating in the work of the Project for the New American Century. 9-11, the new Pearl Harbor, allowed the construction of an "endless enemy" thus paving the way for the "infinite war on freedom" that we experience now.

Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed is the executive director of the Institute for Policy Research and Development, an independent, non-profit think tank based in Brighton, England. His latest book is Behind the War on Terror, Western Secret Strategy and the Struggle for Iraq.

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