John Young: Wikileaks War Logs Show Global Intelligence Facade Of ‘War On Terror’ Alex Jones Tv 2/2

Alex talks with John Young of Cryptome, a website that acts as a repository for information about freedom of speech, cryptography, spying, surveillance, and documents for publication that are prohibited by governments worldwide. John and Alex discuss the recent release of 92000 classified documents on the war in Afghanistan by the renegade website WikiLeaks. The documents show how Pakistan’s military spy service has for years guided the Afghan insurgency. Wikileaks’ War Logs Highlight Global Intelligence Facade Of ‘War On Terror’ CIA funds ISI — ISI funds Taliban, Al Qaeda Steve Watson Monday, Jul 26th, 2010 The Wikileaks Afghanistan War Logs, publicly released today, highlight and corroborate what we already know about the “war on terror” — it is a vast and decompartmentalised intelligence operation. The London Guardian reports: “A stream of US military intelligence reports accuse Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) spy agency of arming, training and financing the Taliban insurgency since 2004, the war logs reveal, bringing fresh scrutiny on one of the war’s most contentious issues.” The reports are said to have been mostly collated by junior officers relying on informants and Afghan officials, prompting one senior US intelligence officer to describe them as a mixture of “rumours, bullshit and second-hand information”. However, it has been common knowledge for years that the ISI created the Taliban