REPORT: WikiLeaks Published Documents Illustrating How Google, Hillary Helped al-Qaeda in Syria
A new report coming from Al-Masdar News involving WikiLeaks documents, illustrate the fact that Google, along with then U.S. Foreign Minister Hillary Clinton, helped al-Qaeda and other groups like the Muslim Brotherhood acquire new members at the onset of the Syrian conflict.
Secret documents and emails that WikiLeaks published show that then director of Google Ideas, Jared Cohen, coordinated actions and efforts with Hillary Clinton and then Deputy U.S. State Secretary Williams Burns “to support the groups often dubbed as rebels”.
Google used their knowledge in the IT sector to help instigate and promote the conflict in Syria. TGP has previously reported on Hillary Clinton’s relationship with al-Qaeda.
This trio exacerbated the problems in Syria and are directly behind the current problems.
The following are screenshots from the two WikiLeaks documents in question:
In July 2012 Google provided a software tool, with which defections in Syria were to be tracked and the thereby gained informations spread in Syria with the help of Al-Jazeera. According to the plotting of U.S. officials and Google, this should encourage more people to take up arms and join the ranks of the rebels. Then Director of Policy Planning for Obama, Jake Sullivan let Hillary Clinton, for which he served as an advisor in the last presidential election, know that, “this is a pretty cool idea.”
The U.S. administration back in 2012 was already aware of the fact, that the opposition in the Syrian conflict mainly consists of Al-Qaeda and other jihadist groups. In a then secret, now publicly available internal report of the U.S. administration on the Syrian conflict is stated, that “the salafist, the Muslim Brotherhood and AQI are the major forces driving the insurgency in Syria.”
Furthermore the rise of the Islamic State was anticipated to result out of an empowered Al-Qaeda along the Syrian-Iraqi border: “If the situation there unravels, there is the possibilty of establishing a declared or undeclared salafist principality in eastern Syria (Hasakah and Deir Ezzor) and this is exactly what the supporting powers to the opposition want.”
Another thing to note, Google and all of its subsidiary branches consolidated into one parent company: “Alphabet”. Alphabet’s head, Eric Schmidt, and Jared Cohen pictured a new future for Google: “What Lockheed Martin was for the twentieth century, technology and cyber-security companies will be for the twenty-first.”