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					THE WORLD-WAR PROVOCATEUR
       PHENOMENON

 The Parallel Career Chronology of
  Napoleon, Hitler and Bin Laden
            A Historical Analysis

          © 2001-2010 David Malone

              All Rights Reserved
                                    Contents

Introduction

Notes on Presentation

Overview:

            Year 1 – Year 10:    The Opening Revolution

            Year 11 – Year 19:   Triumph and Consolidation

            Year 20 – Year 23:   Precipitating the World War

            Year 24 – Year 27:   World War

Chapters:

Year 1      The start of THE FRENCH REVOLUTION, THE BROWN REVOLUTION
            AND THE ISLAMIC REVOLUTION

Year 2      The creation of THE JACOBIN PARTY, THE NAZI PARTY, THE
            AFGHAN MUJAHEDIN

Year 5      ROBESPIERRE'S FRENCH REIGN OF TERROR COUP, HITLER'S BEER
            HALL PUTSCH AND THE BOMBING OF THE US MARINE
            BARRACKS IN LEBANON

Year 8      The creation of NAPOLEON'S ARMY, HITLER'S SS AND AL QAEDA'S
            MILITARY WING

Year 11     The start of THE NAPOLEONIC REVOLUTION, THE GREAT
            DEPRESSION AND THE COLLAPSE OF THE SOVIET UNION

Year 15     THE BURNING OF THE REICHSTAG AND THE FIRST WORLD
            TRADE CENTER BOMBING

            The declaration of THE CODE NAPOLEON AND HITLER'S ENABLING
            ACT

Year 16     THE IMPERIAL CORONATION OF NAPOLEON, HITLER AND BIN
            LADEN

Year 18     The declaration of NAPOLEON'S CONTINENTAL SYSTEM COALITION,
            HITLER'S AXIS POWERS ALLIANCE AND BIN LADEN'S RADICAL
            ISLAMIC WAR AGAINST AMERICA

Year 20     NAPOLEON'S ERFURT CONFERENCE AND HITLER'S MUNICH
          CONFERENCE

Year 21   THE ABROGATION OF POPE PIUS VII'S CONCORDAT WITH
          NAPOLEON AND POPE PIUS XII'S CONCORDAT WITH HITLER

          THE ASCENDANCY TO THE ALLIED LEADERSHIP OF THE DUKE
          OF WELLINGTON AND WINSTON CHURCHILL

          HITLER'S POLISH CAMPAIGN AND THE 9/99 MOSCOW
          APARTMENT BOMBINGS

Years     THE BOMBING OF THE AMERICAN DESTROYERS USS KEARNEY
22-24     AND USS COLE

          THE JUNE 22 INVASION OF RUSSIA BY NAPOLEON AND HITLER

          The start of THE GLOBAL ANTI-SEMITIC WAR OF HITLER (THE
          HOLOCAUST) AND BIN LADEN

          PEARL HARBOR AND 9/11

          The start of THE WORLD WAR OF 1812, WORLD WAR II
          AND THE GLOBAL WAR ON TERROR
          THE BURNING OF MOSCOW, THE BATTLE OF STALINGRAD AND
          THE MOSCOW THEATRE SIEGE

Year 25   THE FALL OF BENITO MUSSOLINI AND SADDAM HUSSEIN

          The start of THE ALLIED LIBERATION OF EUROPE FROM THE
          EMPIRE OF NAPOLEON AND HITLER

                  Including . . . THE ALLIED INVASION OF NAPOLEONIC
                  FRANCE AND NAZI FRANCE (D-DAY)

Year 26   NAPOLEON'S FIRST ABDICATION AND THE BOMB PLOT TO KILL
          HITLER

Year 27   THE BATTLE OF WATERLOO AND THE BATTLE OF BERLIN

          THE FALL OF NAPOLEON, HITLER AND BIN LADEN?

          The creation of THE CONCERT OF EUROPE AND THE UNITED
          NATIONS

          The start of THE "NEW WORLD ORDER" COUNTERREVOLUTION TO
          THE 3-YEAR-OLD WORLD WAR OF NAPOLEON, HITLER AND BIN
          LADEN
Conclusion

References
                                        Introduction



        In all of recorded history only three men have willfully provoked the planetary

emergency known as a world war. At each of these pivotal moments humanity stood

shocked as an upstart warlord struck out to conquer the world. Employing the modern-

age capacity for globally projected political power, he launched a revolutionary military

campaign across three continents. Scoring devastating attacks against the world’s most

powerful nations, this suicidal emperor provoked a global war that plunged civilization

into a crisis of unprecedented gravity.

        During the pre-nuclear age, the rare distinction of world-war provocateur

belonged solely to the two modern conquerors of continental Europe. During the post-

nuclear age, this abominable designation befits only one man, the leader of the invisible

empire that has waged a successful 15-year terrorist campaign against the 21st century's

lone superpower.

        This conspicuous parallelism between Napoleon Bonaparte, Adolf Hitler and

Osama bin Laden underscores a far greater collective coincidence: the career timelines of

history's three world-war provocateurs share in common a highly unique sequence of

earthshaking milestones, constituting a parallel career that spans twenty-seven years.


(The chart below displays the abbreviated parallel career chronology followed by the

corresponding historical dates in the individual careers of Napoleon, Hitler and Bin Laden. The

names of all twenty-one of the major events included in this abridged historical comparison are

indexed following the chart.)
    Year 1             Year 5       Year 11             Year 16           Year 23                 Year 24         Year 27
His career begins      He helps   His adopted         He founds an     America is               U.K. and Russia   The war
with the eruption      lead a     nation falls into   empire and       provoked into his        ally v. him,      brings his
of a great political   military   economic            crowns himself   war when                 starting a        career to an


 Revolution            Coup       Depression           Emperor         US Attacked              World War            End
   1789a               1793d        1799g               1804j            1811m                   1812p              1815s
   1919b               1923e        1929h               1934k            1941n                   1942q              1945t
   1979c               1983f        1989i               1994l             2001o                   2002r            2005?u

Index:
      a.    THE FRENCH                           h. THE GREAT DEPRESSION                   p.   THE WORLD WAR OF
            REVOLUTION                           i. THE SOVIET-AFGHAN                           1812
      b.    GERMANY’S BROWN                         DEPRESSION OF 1989                     q.   WORLD WAR II
            REVOLUTION                           j. NAPOLEON'S IMPERIAL                    r.   “THE GLOBAL WAR ON
      c.    THE GLOBAL ISLAMIC                      CORONATION                                  TERROR”
            REVOLUTION                           k. HITLER’S FUHRER                        s.   NAPOLEON’S
      d.    THE FRENCH REIGN OF                     CORONATION                                  PERMANENT EXILE
            TERROR                               l. BIN LADEN’S CALIPH                     t.   HITLER’S DEATH
      e.    HITLER’S BEER HALL                      CORONATION                             u.   WAS BIN LADEN’S
            PUTSCH                               m. THE BRITISH NAVAL                           COMMAND OF AL QAEDA
      f.    THE BOMBING OF THE                      SIEGE OF THE U.S.                           USURPED BY HIS TOP
            US MARINE BARRACKS                      MERCHANT MARINE                             DEPUTY, AYMAN Al-
            IN LEBANON*                          n. THE PEARL HARBOR                            ZAWAHIRI OF MAHDI
      g.    THE FRENCH                              ATTACK                                      (EGYPT)?
            DEPRESSION OF 1799                   o. THE 9/11 ATTACK

From the World War of 1812 to Pearl Harbor and WWII to the 9/11 War, the parallel

career chronology of Napoleon Bonaparte, Adolf Hitler and Osama bin Laden

demonstrates the double recurrence of a very specific path to world war.

            Although they were born into different cultures at different periods during the

modern age, each of the three world-war provocateurs pursued this same fundamental

career. In a highly distinctive pattern, each man created the planet’s most feared

revolutionary army, forged his own militaristic empire, invaded the world's largest

empire and besieged its capital city. During the climactic 24th year of his 27-year career,

his military adventurism finally instigated a world war involving the era's leading powers,

including Great Britain, the United States and Russia.


                  Year 1 – Year 10:                   The Opening Revolution
             Year 11 – Year 19:       Triumph and Consolidation

             Year 20 – Year 23:       Precipitating the World War

             Year 24 – Year 27:       World War

Collectively, this twice-repeated quest for global domination through world war

constitutes a highly improbable and momentous coincidence.

         The concise set of examples above represents only a fraction of the famous

geopolitical events from the past two centuries included in the parallel career chronology.

This is, in fact, an astronomically improbable coincidence. The consequential importance

of the overarching coincidence is perhaps most lucidly demonstrated by one particular

epochal grouping of these historical cross-comparisons, a highly specific, recurrent

sequence of four distinctly unique types of geopolitical revolutions.

        Year 1             Year 11             Year 24                  Year 27

The Revolution         The Revolution      The World War          The Counter-
   of Twin             from Economic         Revolution          Revolution to the
  Republics               Collapse                                 World War
    1789a                  1799d                1812g                 1815j
    1919b                  1929e                1942h                 1945k
    1979c                  1989f                2002i                 2005l

Index:
   a.    THE ANTI-MONARCHIAL REVOLUTION FOR A DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC (THE FRENCH
         REVOLUTION AND THE FOUNDATION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA)
   b.    THE ANTI-VERSAILLES-DICTAT REVOLUTION IN GERMANY AND ITALY
   c.    THE ANTI-SUPERPOWER ISLAMIC REVOLUTION IN IRAN AND AFGHANISTAN
   d.    NAPOLEON'S BRUMAIRE REVOLUTION
   e.    THE GREAT DEPRESSION REVOLUTION
   f.    THE POST-COLD WAR REVOLUTION
   g.    THE WORLD WAR OF 1812
   h.    WORLD WAR II
   i.    “THE GLOBAL WAR ON TERROR”
   j.    THE POST-NAPOLEONIC REVOLUTION OF THE CONCERT OF EUROPE
   k.    THE POST-WWII REVOLUTION OF THE ATOMIC AGE (THE UNITED NATIONS AND THE COLD
         WAR)
   l.    THE ANTI-AMERICAN REVOLUTION FOR A RADICAL ISLAMIC REPUBLIC IN THE MIDDLE
         EAST
Constructed on the pillars of these twelve earth-shaking geopolitical revolutions, this

seemingly miraculous coincidence involves three of the most pivotal eras in modern

history.

       As if to emphasize each man's dominance over the eventual course of human

history during his respective age, the parallel revolutionary-era chronology precisely

spans the timeframes of the parallel career chronology of Napoleon, Hitler and Bin

Laden, from Year 1 to Year 27. Although none of these men initiated the 27-year age of

revolution in which he lived, his nation served as its perennial epicenter and he would

come to superimpose his 27-year career over it and eventually emerge as both its most

famous revolutionary and its most notorious warmonger. On the battlefield of his nation,

Napoleon, Hitler and Bin Laden each entered the centuries-old competition for world

domination between the traditional European seat of global hegemony, Great Britain, and

(the 19th century political philosopher Alexis de) Tocqueville's rising superpowers,

America and Russia. Set within this central geopolitical conflict during an era of global

revolution, Napoleon, Hitler and Bin Laden each led humanity into the unprecedented

catastrophe of his world war by following the extraordinarily detailed course of the

parallel career chronology.

       What is the nature of this anomalous connection between history's world-war

provocateurs? How can understanding Bin Laden's ominous connection with Adolf

Hitler's messianic megalomania help to end the war he started?
                                Notes on Presentation


       The central purpose of this historical comparison is to illustrate the highly precise

repetition of an extraordinarily unique warpath that unleashed each of the three

intentionally provoked world wars. This thrice-occurred warpath is recounted through a

narrative chronology of twenty-five major parallel milestones.


 On Structure


      Each of the book’s twenty-five chapters illuminates one of the major parallelisms

       through the succession of four very similar color-coded narratives that describe

       the relevant details from: 1) the parallel career, 2) Napoleon's career, 3)

       Hitler's career, and 4) Bin Laden's career.

      To facilitate lucid cross-comparison of the three historical examples, each

       narrative is divided into a bulleted list of constituent sub-parallels (a),b),c), …),

       detailed sub-plots that include specific countries, political scenarios and military

       tactics.

      Descriptions of historical events that require elaboration on certain details are

       supplemented with indented explanatory notes (1., 2., 3., ...) following the sub-

       parallel. These indented notes are intended only to clarify the adjoining

       comparisons and do not constitute additional parallels. Readers who accept a

       given historical parallel without contention need not read accompanying

       explanatory notes to understand adequately the comparison.


 On Reading
       Unlike traditional historical accounts that only offer one continuously flowing

narrative for the reader to pursue from start to finish, the seamlessly interwoven format of

these four narratives allows readers to choose from a variety of avenues.


   1. To read in a manner that will accentuate the parallelisms, one can simply read this

       comparative history in the traditional way, “from cover to cover”. This involves

       proceeding from one parallel event to the next, essentially reading all four

       narratives at once.

   2. To read in a manner that will most emphasize the parallelisms, one can proceed

       by reading the first single sub-parallel from the bulleted description of the

       parallel career, and then (before reading the rest of the chapter’s parallel event)

       reading the corresponding sub-parallel from Napoleon's career, then Hitler's

       career and finally Bin Laden's career. One can then return to the parallel

       career narrative and proceed to read the next sub-parallel, and so on.

   3. To read in a manner that emphasizes the individual histories (at the expense of the

       comparative history), one can read an entire single narrative at a time, reading

       continuously the parallel career, and then reading Napoleon's career, then

       Hitler's career and finally Bin Laden's career.

   4. To read in a manner that includes only the parallel narrative (the historical

       anomaly) and not the individual histories (the proof), one can completely read the

       parallel career and only refer to the individual careers for elaboration on people

       or events of interest (itemized in the table of contents).

   5. To skim: Although the purpose of this analysis is to depict the collective

       parallelism of the three careers, some readers might prefer to overlook many of
     these details in order to read select chapters that encompass historical events of

     interest.


On Terminology


    In recognition that the parallel story applies to all three men, the name "Napoleon

     / Hitler / Bin Laden" is used to refer to the protagonist in the parallel career.

    In recognition that each of these three men provoked a world war against the same

     international coalition of the world's most powerful empires, including the leading

     Western empire and Russia, the parallel career description refers to this war

     coalition as the "Allies". In each case, the leading Western empire commanded a

     precursor coalition of "Allies" that waged war against Napoleon's / Hitler's / Bin

     Laden's revolutionary nation prior to the advent of the world war. Although the

     coalition's membership was significantly smaller before its recasting in world war,

     the parallel career narrative consistently refers to this alliance by the same name,

     the “Allies”.

    The year (yr) is the primary timeframe within which the parallel career

     chronology compares individual events. However, in some instances the parallel

     events occur over shorter timeframes, occurring on the same month or even day.

     When the parallel occurs within the same half of the year, the terms "early" and

     "late" designate the "first" and "second" halves of the year in question,

     respectively.


On Unlisted Parallels
   The following comparative historical analysis includes the majority, but not all, of

    the individual events in the parallel career chronology. In a few instances of

    highly detailed parallelism, like the Pearl Harbor - 9/11 comparison, only two of

    the three parallel historical events are described. Nevertheless, a noteworthy third

    parallel event has been identified in all but three of the twenty-five cross-

    comparisons.

   The chapter titles only display the names of the famous historical events included

    in the parallel, even though other less well-known historical events may also be

    involved in the comparison.
                                          Year 1

The start of: THE FRENCH REVOLUTION, THE BROWN REVOLUTION AND

                            THE ISLAMIC REVOLUTION


a)      Geopolitical Revolution: In Year 1, one of the great geopolitical revolutions

     of the modern age began, with fronts in America, Europe and the Middle East.

     This global revolution was initiated by the birth and coalescence of "fraternal

     twin" revolutionary epicenters in Year 1.

b) The revolution was triggered in one of these epicenters by a meeting in

     Versailles, France, as a violent reaction to both the economic injustice of a

     leading world power and the excesses of the French government.

c) The revolutionary mass political movement in this epicenter nation employed

     mob warfare in the capital city to topple the preexisting monarchy in Year 1 and

     soon after found a new democratic republic.

d) This movement quickly coalesced into an armed resistance against a belligerent

     foreign empire that was invading the post-monarchial revolutionary country in

     order to establish a dictatorship.

e) At the onset of the geopolitical revolution in Year 1, Napoleon / Hitler / Bin

     Laden began his bellicose political-military career by fomenting the revolution as

     both an army propaganda officer and a leader of his revolutionary political

     party. Beginning as a minor force in the revolution, Napoleon's / Hitler's / Bin

     Laden's revolutionary career climaxed in Year 24 with his provocation of a

     world war involving America, Russia and Great Britain.
a)      In 1789, one of the great geopolitical revolutions of the modern age began.

     The global anti-monarchial revolution for a democratic republic was initiated in

     1789 by the birth and coalescence of Western "fraternal twin" revolutionary

     epicenters, the French Revolution and the creation of the United States of

     America.

            1. In the Middle East in 1789, the dominant Ottoman Empire initiated

                the Westernization of the region when the new Ottoman emperor

                Selim III, the first modern reformer among the sultans, rose to power

                and implemented a reformist movement heavily influenced by the

                contemporary French Revolution.

b) The French Revolution was triggered in 1789 by the first meeting of the French

     Estates General in Versailles, France. This monarchial concession for

     democractic reform set in motion the mass civil unrest that climaxed when

     Parisian insurgents seized the Bastille later in the year and formed a new

     government. Through this conduit of events, the French Revolution formed as a

     violent reaction to the excessive greed of the French monarchy of Louis XVI in

     the face of countrywide poverty.

            1. Across the Atlantic Ocean in 1789, after thirteen years of gestation the

                American Revolution gave birth to its experiment in democratic

                government. In a foreshadowing of the French Revolution, the 1776

                American Revolution was catalyzed in the year of its inception by a

                meeting in Versailles, France, when Benjamin Franklin, the American

                revolutionary ambassador to France, forged a war pact with the
                 French King Louis XV guaranteeing vital French military assistance

                 for the American war effort against the British Empire1. This

                 dramatic change in America's prospects for victory in the war

                 encouraged increased American popular support for the

                 revolutionary war that helped to catapult the mass movement from its

                 1776 platform to the 1789 government of the United States.

                 Additionally, the American Revolution formed as a violent reaction to

                 the economic inequity of British colonial rule and the warmongering

                 excesses of France, which supported the American Revolution against

                 their common British enemy and risked the creation of a powerful

                 nation that would gain control of France's North America colonies

                 and eventually rival France as a leading world power.

c) The French revolutionary mass political movement employed Parisian mob

    warfare to topple the preexisting monarchy of King Louis XVI in 1789 and soon

    after found the First French Republic.

d) The French revolutionary movement quickly coalesced into an armed resistance

    against the British Empire that was invading France with support for foreign-

    backed royalists who actively sought to reestablish the monarchy.

e) At the outset of the French Revolution in 1789, Napoleon began his bellicose

    career as a militant revolutionary leader by fomenting the revolutionary

    propaganda in Corsica as both a radicalized army officer and a local leader of


1
  Interestingly, just as Benjamin Franklin's Versailles meeting catalyzed the American mass movement that
culminated in the 1789 American political revolution, in this same meeting Benjamin Franklin also
catalyzed the French ideological mass movement of enlightened democratic government that culminated in
the 1789 French political revolution.
     the Jacobin political party. Beginning as a minor force in 1789, Napoleon's

     career climaxed with his provocation of the 19th century's world war, the World

     War of 1812, involving America, Russia and Great Britain.


a)      In 1919, one of the great geopolitical revolutions of the modern age began.

     The post-WWI global revolution was initiated in 1919 by the birth and

     coalescence of Western "fraternal twin" revolutionary epicenters, including the

     American Interim Isolationism Revolution and multiple European revolutions.

     The most immediately influential of these constituent revolutions, the European

     foundation of the League of Nations, established a new world order that

     reorganized the international community into a parliamentary hierarchy led by

     the Western colonial powers. The promulgation of this New World Order in

     Europe in the form of the Versailles Dictat immediately triggered revolution in

     the other principle European epicenter. The German Revolution was in itself a

     multifaceted national revolution consisting of the Brown Revolution

     (complemented by its Italian counterpart, Mussolini's Fascist Revolution), the

     democratic Weimar Revolution and the nascent Communist International

     Revolution. Other notable fronts of the post-WWI revolution included:

            1. Across the world in 1919, the post-WWI revolution spread to China

               when the Chinese "Com-Intern" (communist international)

               revolution began. Emerging as an anti-Western movement, the

               revolution coalesced after the victorious WWI Allies, an international

               coalition that included China, decreed that Japan be permitted to

               annex certain Chinese territory.
          2. In the Middle East in 1919, the fall of the last great Muslim power, the

             Ottoman Empire, led to a League of Nations mandate that initiated

             the colonial reorganization of the region by the WWI victors. This

             reorganization precipitated three major political revolutions in the

             Middle East in 1919, 1) the Westernization revolution led by the

             establishment of Ataturk's first provisional government in the newly

             secular nation of Turkey, 2) the modern Zionist movement marked by

             the beginning of the post-Balfour wave of Jewish immigration to

             Palestine (the third Jewish Aliya) that was precipitated by the WWI-

             victors' recent Balfour Declaration that created a territorial partition

             for a Jewish state, and 3) the anti-colonial, anti-Zionist Islamic

             revolution led by widespread civil unrest against British colonial rule

             in Egypt by the nascent Muslim Brotherhood and against the Jewish

             immigration in Palestine by the first Palestinian National Conference

             and the future Grand Mufti of Jerusalem. The 1919 Zionist/anti-

             Zionist revolution marked the beginning of the modern Jewish-

             Palestinian conflict.

b) The German Revolution was triggered by the country's loss in WWI that

   climaxed in the 1919 proclamation of the Treaty of Versailles, a harshly punitive

   dictat that crippled Germany with military impotence and economic

   enslavement. The multi-faceted German Revolution formed as a violent reaction

   to the economic inequity of the WWI victors (a maligned group associated with

   the scapegoat "Jewish Financiers" in Germany's virulently anti-Semitic press)
     and the excessive wrath of the French government that was enshrined in the

     Versailles Treaty.

c) The German revolutionary mass political movement employed mob warfare in

     Berlin to topple permanently the preexisting monarchy of Kaiser Wilhelm II and

     found the new German Weimar Republic in 1919. This foundation was marked

     by the election of the new government and the promulgation of its commitment

     to Germany's WWI-surrender obligations embodied in the Versailles dictat.

d) The German anti-Versailles revolution quickly coalesced into an armed

     resistance against a perceived invasion by Russian communists, French spies and

     the agents of Jewish financiers, all of which were widely viewed by the German

     public as aspiring to establish dictatorships.

e) At the outset of the German Brown revolution in 1919, Hitler began his career as

     a militant revolutionary leader by fomenting the revolution in Munich as an

     army propaganda officer and then as a member of an obscure political party.

     Beginning as a minor force in 1919, Hitler's career climaxed in 1942 with his

     provocation of WWII, involving America, the Soviet Union and Great Britain.


a)       In 1979, one of the great geopolitical revolutions of the modern age began.

     The anti-superpower, global Islamic revolution was initiated in 1979 within the

     stateless nation of Radical Islam2 by the birth and coalescence of Islamic

     "fraternal twin" revolutionary epicenters, the Iranian Shiite Revolution and the

     Afghan Mujahedin Revolution.

2
  Instead of the geographical contiguity of a traditional nation, Radical Islam is a globally dispersed,
ideological nation that relies not on physical infrastructure but on the virtual infrastructure of information
provided by the modern communications revolution. In this context, the events of the unfolding Year 1
Revolution for Bin Laden are not confined primarily to one country, but rather scattered across the world.
1. These two uproarious events respectively featured the first modern

   Islamist takeover of a major country and the first post-WWII

   invasion and occupation of a Muslim nation by a non-Muslim power.

   Arising from these two respective wars against the American and

   Russian superpowers, the global Islamic Revolution was founded as a

   resistance to these two empires that were notorious for establishing

   dictatorships to administer Muslim nations. The two principle

   financiers of the revolution, the fundamentalist governments of Sunni

   Saudi Arabia and Shiite Iran, would quickly export this revolution

   globally by using oil wealth to fund radical Islamic movements

   worldwide. Other notable fronts of this overarching Islamic

   revolution in 1979 included:

             1. In Egypt and Saudi Arabia, America's two principle

                 Muslim allies, anti-American, Islamic fundamentalist

                 revolutions erupted in response to the creation of the

                 U.S.-backed Egyptian peace treaty with Israel.

                 Militants emerging from these two Arab camps would

                 unite to form Al Qaeda over the next decade.i In Egypt,

                 this movement would soon culminate in the

                 assassination of President Anwar Sadat and the

                 spawning of a new era of Egyptian-based terrorism

                 targeting the repressive U.S.-backed government. In

                 Saudi Arabia, the U.S.-backed government faced the
   biggest crisis in Saudi history when a radical Islamist

   coup launched a violent rebellion at Islam's holiest site.

   Challenging the government's crucial status as a

   reliable guardian of Islam's homeland, the militants

   seized the Grand Mosque in Mecca and triggered the

   murder of hundreds of civilians. In a bid to appease the

   fundamentalist grievances that had provoked this

   rebellion, the Saudi government attempted to "win

   over" the radical Islamic revolution by becoming its

   foremost champion, empowering the Saudi religious

   police (a predecessor of the Taliban religious police) and

   initiating the expansion of funding for the global

   dissemination of the radical Islamic ideology of

   Wahhabismii.

2. In Europe, widespread Muslim immigrant communities

   quickly transplanted this religious-political revolution

   throughout the continent. There it has sprouted into

   peaceful movements to pacify European foreign policy

   in the Muslim world, more radical movements to

   replace European government with Islamic holy law, as

   well as violent terrorist campaigns.

3. In America, the Islamic revolution took hold as the

   United States became entrenched as both a combatant
                            against the Iranian Revolution and a supporter of the

                            neighboring Afghan Revolution. The American

                            superpower's sponsorship of revolutionary Islamic

                            fundamentalist “jihad” against the Soviet superpower

                            in Central Asia throughout the next decade would,

                            along with the sponsorship of America's top Middle

                            Eastern ally Saudi Arabia, foment the global Islamic

                            revolution both inside America and worldwide.

b) The Iranian Revolution was triggered by Ayatollah Khomeni's coup plot

   orchestrated from his sanctuary in Versailles, France. On Khomeni's

   fundamentalist Islamic platform, the Iranian Revolution formed as a violent

   reaction to the exorbitant greed of the U.S.-backed Iranian Shah in the face of

   countrywide poverty. Additionally, Khomeni's coup represented an

   opportunistic reaction to the excessively liberal French government, responsible

   for the asylum of Khomeni and other foreign militants.

c) The Iranian revolutionary mass political movement employed mob warfare in

   Tehran to topple the preexisting monarchy of the Iranian Shah and found the

   new Islamic Republic of Iran in 1979.

d) The Iranian revolutionary movement quickly coalesced into an armed resistance

   against the covert American efforts, including Saddam Hussein's invasion, to

   reestablish the monarchial dictatorship of the Shah (or else subordinate Iran to

   the new U.S.-backed Iraqi dictatorship). Similarly, the Afghan revolutionary
     movement quickly coalesced into a concerted armed resistance against the Soviet

     efforts to subordinate Afghanistan to the Soviet dictatorship.

e) At the onset of the Islamic Revolution in 1979, Bin Laden began his career as a

     guerrilla revolutionary leader by fomenting the militant Islamic revolution that

     was repelling the Soviet invaders in Afghanistan. At first, his influence on the

     revolution was confined to his services as a fund-raiser, propaganda officer and

     liason for the Saudi-backed mujahedin. Beginning as a relatively minor force in

     1979, Bin Laden's revolutionary career climaxed in 2002 when he provoked the

     current “World War on Terror”, involving America, Russia and Great Britain




                                       Year 2

      The creation of: THE JACOBIN PARTY, THE NAZI PARTY AND THE

                               AFGHAN MUJAHEDIN


a)      In January of Year 2, the terrorist political party that Napoleon / Hitler / Bin

     Laden would take over was created, quickly evolving from a small club into a

     totalitarian mass movement.

b) His party's masterful propaganda machine rallied popular support by

     championing both socialist redistribution of wealth and adamant opposition to

     foreign encroachment in the revolutionary nation.

c) His party later became infamous for supporting a terrorist militia from which he

     would be forced to distance himself publicly in order to salvage his reputation.
d) Over the next decade he used his party to arrogate leadership of the revolution

     in order to forge a belligerent, corrupt police state that would actually subvert

     the party's goals of egalitarianism and security from foreign invaders.


a)      In January of 1790, the French Jacobin political party that Napoleon would

     come to dominate was created, quickly evolving from a small club into a

     totalitarian mass movement.

b) The Jacobin's masterful propaganda machine emphasized two popularly

     supported pillars of the party platform, socialist redistribution of wealth and

     adamant opposition to the invading armies and agents of the European alliance

     against Revolutionary France.

c) The Jacobin party later became infamous for its support of a terrorist militia,

     responsible for many of the excesses of the 1793 Reign of Terror and subsequent

     political terrorism, from which Napoleon would be forced to distance himself

     publicly in order to salvage his reputation.

            1. Following the Reign of Terror Napoleon helped to purge certain

               Jacobin leaders in a bid to publicly separate himself from the party’s

               terrorist excesses. However, the party was instrumental in aiding his

               rise to power, offering him his first major military promotions and

               later fomenting the political chaos that would sweep Napoleon into the

               highest office. As head of state, Napoleon demonstrated his party

               loyalty by enacting controversial legal and educational reforms

               advocated by the Jacobins.
d) Over the next decade, Napoleon used the Jacobin party to arrogate leadership of

     the French Revolution in order to forge a belligerent, corrupt police state that

     would actually subvert the party's goals of egalitarianism and security from

     foreign invaders.


a)      In January of 1920, the German Nazi party (christened in name a few

     months later) that Hitler would take over was created when Hitler was

     appointed the propaganda officer of the original Munich political club and

     proceeded to recreate the ragtag, beer-hall clique into a radically new, vibrant

     political machine. Hitler quickly organized the party's first mass meeting and

     collaborated on the creation of the political platform, giving birth to the Nazi's

     totalitarian mass movement.

b) The Nazi's masterful propaganda machine emphasized two popularly supported

     pillars of the party platform, national economic socialism along with adamant

     opposition to both the French military occupation of Germany and the Allied

     enforcement of the exorbitantly punitive Treaty of Versailles.

c) The Nazi party later became infamous for its support of the SA terrorist militia

     from which Hitler would be forced to distance himself publicly in order to

     salvage his reputation.

            1. Nazi propaganda increasingly portrayed the terrorist mob tactics of

                the SA as the excesses of overly zealous party members whom Hitler

                could not control. Hitler solidified this image after seizing national

                power by executing the SA’s leader, his former political mentor, and

                dissolving the terrorist militia. In reality, however, the SA
               consistently served as a critical tool in creating the political chaos

               necessary for Hitler’s rise to power. As Germany’s head of state,

               Hitler would eventually display his favoritism of terrorist tactics and

               the most extreme proposals of the Nazi party’s platform.

d) Over the next decade, Hitler used the Nazi party to arrogate leadership of the

     German Revolution in order to forge a belligerent, corrupt police state that

     would actually subvert the party's goals of egalitarianism and security from

     foreign invaders.


a)      In January of 1980, the Azzam party of Arab Afghan mujahedin that Bin

     Laden would take over was created by his mentor, Abdullah Azzam, in the wake

     of the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan days earlier. Bin Laden's campaigning for

     foreign funds and recruits quickly helped to transform his mujahedin party

     from a small, disorganized group into a leader of the Arab Afghan movement,

     the progenitor of Al Qaeda's "Islamo-fascist" mass movement.

b) The Azzam party's masterful propaganda machine emphasized two popularly

     supported pillars of the party platform, adamant opposition to the Soviet

     invasion and the importance of charity for the poor in the war-ravaged country

     (a resonate message that was couched in a call for the eventual establishment of

     a theocratic government in Afghanistan to care for social welfare).

c) The Azzam party, from which Al Qaeda would spawn, later became infamous

     for its support of the terrorist militia of Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, the most

     notoriously brutal of the Afghan warlords. Additionally, the party became

     reputed for training foreign radical Islamists in asymmetric, insurgent warfare
   tactics used against fellow Muslims inside Afghanistan and abroad. Bin Laden

   would be forced to distance himself publicly from his association with

   Hekmatyar and other terrorist groups in order to salvage his reputation.

          1. Following Hekmatyar’s infamous slaughter of civilians in the Afghan

              capital during the early 1990s, Bin Laden ceased funding his militia

              and eventually turned to fund its enemy, the Taliban. After excesses

              in Egypt by his top lieutenant Ayman al-Zawahiri, Bin Laden also

              sharply curtailed funding for his Egyptian-based organizationiii.

              Nevertheless, during the two decades following the establishment of

              Arab Afghan training camps that Bin Laden continuously funded,

              tens of thousands of militants would filter through and then disperse

              globally to engage in “jihad” terrorist campaigns against both

              Muslims and non-Muslims. As he consolidated his rule of the Afghan

              Arab movement in the mid-1990’s, Bin Laden would increasingly

              display his predilection for terrorist attacks against fellow Muslims

              inside Afghanistan and abroad.

d) Over the next decade Bin Laden used the Azzam party, along with his own

   personal fundraising capabilities, to arrogate leadership of the Arab Afghan

   Mujahedin Revolution in order to forge the virtual police state of Al Qaeda and

   the future police state of the Taliban. Both of these belligerent, corrupt states

   actually subverted the party's goals of egalitarianism and security from foreign

   invaders (mainly by intentionally provoking a world war that has gravely

   imperiled the two objectives).
                                         Year 5

      ROBESPIERRE'S REIGN OF TERROR COUP, HITLER'S BEER HALL

       PUTSCH AND THE BOMBING OF THE US MARINE BARRACKS IN

                                         LEBANON


a)      In the fall of Year 5, Napoleon / Hitler / Bin Laden debuted on the

     international scene by helping lead a terrorist military coup d' etat to unseat his

     nation's revolutionary regime.

b) The public casus belli for the coup was the regime's complicity in a widely

     despised foreign military occupation of part of the revolutionary nation. This

     foreign occupation by a member-nation of the Allies had begun in the previous

     year, Year 4, under the auspices of the leading Western empire.

c) Napoleon / Hitler / Bin Laden shared credit for the coup with a senior partner

     who was one of the most famous leaders in the nation.While failing to establish a

     lasting regime, the coup forced the Allied military occupation to withdraw from

     the nation in the following year.

d) Marking his first victory over the world's most powerful nation, the coup served

     as: (1) a major catalyst for his political career, (2) the germination of a cult

     following of the messianic tyrant, and (3) a foreshadowing of both the innovative

     military tactics and terrorist machinations that he would employ to seize control

     of the revolutionary nation and provoke a world war.
e) In early Year 6, Napoleon / Hitler / Bin Laden was promoted as a preeminent

     rising star in the most powerful branch of the revolutionary nation's military

     because of his success through the previous year's coup at evicting the foreign

     military occupation. Just as he owed his early stardom to the revolutionary

     military, this belligerent national institution would years later lend the crucial

     political support that assisted him to absolute power. This sponsorship included

     promulgation in Year 16 of a binding military oath of allegiance to him as the

     new emperor.

f) In Year 6, Napoleon / Hitler / Bin Laden? was imprisoned by the revolutionary

     government in a security crackdown on his party for its treasonous coup. His

     own value to the revolutionary army earned him a lenient sentence and a

     premature release within the year. His party, however, would have to endure a

     two-year ban from participation in the government before reemerging as a

     public political force.


a)      In the fall of 1793, Napoleon debuted on the international scene by helping

     lead the Jacobin "Reign of Terror" coup, a terrorist military coup d' etat to

     unseat the French Revolutionary government.

            1. As a Jacobin leader widely seen as successor to the infamous party-

                leader Maximillian Robespierre, Napoleon provided crucial support

                to the nascent Jacobin dictatorship with his military victory in the

                Siege of Toulon where he defeated the 18th century superpower Great

                Britain. Besides the momentous victory at Toulon, Napoleon further

                secured his political mentor's successful coup with his military victory
              at Marseilles, and again with a victory at Avignon three days before

              Robespierre joined the ruling Committee for Public Safety. In

              recognition of this instrumental support, upon seizing dictatorial

              powers Robespierre rewarded his protégé with a rapid series of

              military promotions, from Captain to Major to Brigadier General to

              Commander of the Interior Artillery, including the command of

              operations planning for the French army in Italy.

b) The public casus belli for the "Reign of Terror" coup was the French

   Revolutionary regime's complicity in the widely despised Allied military

   occupation of part of the French Revolutionary nation. This foreign occupation

   had begun in the previous year, 1792, under the coordination of the leading

   Western empire, the British Empire.

c) Napoleon shared partial credit for the coup with his senior partner, Maximillian

   Robespierre, whose orchestration of the "Terror" regime established himself as

   the French head of state until his trial and execution in the following year.

   While failing to establish a lasting political regime, Napoleon's military victory

   under Robespierre's auspices gave the French army the momentum and

   strategic positioning to force the Allied occupation to withdraw from France in

   the following year.

d) Marking his first victory over the world's most powerful nation, (1) Napoleon's

   "salvation" of the revolutionary nation from the British invasion in the context

   of the Jacobin coup catalyzed his political career from obscurity to national

   acclaim. (2) During the coup, the Jacobins enacted the "Cult of the Fatherland",
   outlawing religion in favor of the new patriotism that Napoleon would combine

   with his spectacular military legacy as France's savior to create his own

   nationalist cult movement. (3) Napoleon's critical support for his mentor's

   French Reign of Terror foreshadowed both the innovative military tactics, such

   as concentrated artillery fire, and the Jacobin terrorist machinations that he

   would eventually use to seize control of the French government and provoke the

   World War of 1812.

e) On February 25-26 of 1794, Napoleon was promoted as a preeminent rising star

   in the most powerful branch of France's military, the French revolutionary

   army, because of his invaluable leadership during Robespierre's budding coup

   in the repulsion of the British invasion at Toulon, along with other related

   military victories. Just as Napoleon owed his early stardom to the French

   revolutionary army, this belligerent national institution would years later lend

   the crucial political support to its then-supreme commander Napoleon to assist

   him to absolute power. This sponsorship included both aid for his rise to head of

   state in the 1799 Brumaire Coup and promulgation in 1804 of a binding military

   oath of allegiance to Napoleon as the new French emperor.

          1. The ensuing rapid series of Napoleon's military promotions climaxed

             two years later with his appointment as Commander of the Artillery

             for the French Army in Italy, the beginning of his Caesar-like

             imperial military crusade that would sweep him into the office of

             French head of state.
f) In 1794, Napoleon was imprisoned by the revolutionary government in a security

     crackdown on his Jacobin party for its treasonous Robespierre "Reign of

     Terror" Coup. Napoleon's value to the embattled French revolutionary army as

     a top artillery commander earned him a lenient sentence and a premature

     release within the year. The Jacobin party, however, would have to endure a

     two-year banishment from the government before reemerging as a public

     political force.


a)      In the fall of 1923, Hitler debuted on the international scene by helping to

     lead the Nazi Beer Hall Putsch, a terrorist military coup to unseat the German

     revolutionary government.

b) The public casus belli for the Beer Hall Putsch coup was the German Weimar

     regime's complicity in the widely despised French military occupation of

     Germany's industrial region. This foreign occupation had begun in the previous

     year, 1922, with the French military mobilization under the concerned auspices

     of the leading Western empire, the British Empire.

c) Hitler shared credit for the coup with a senior partner, national-celebrity

     German Field Marshall Ludendorf, the second highest-ranking officer in the

     German military. While failing to establish a lasting political regime, the

     national turmoil caused by the Beer Hall Putsch and Hitler's trial forced the

     Allied military occupation to withdraw from Germany in the following year.

            1. Hitler's ability to ensnare the willing participation of this famed war

                leader proved instrumental in Hitler's publicity bid to make
              international headlines with his small, unknown party of political

              extremists.

          2. This tumultuous coup so alarmed the Allies about the imminent

              collapse of the German government that they proposed the Dawes

              Plan, a relaxing of the harsh conditions of the Versailles Treaty. By

              the conditions of the Dawes Plan, in the year following Hitler's Putsch

              France withdrew its military occupation from Germany.

d) Marking his first victory over the world's most powerful nation, (1) Hitler's

   successful opposition to the encroachment of Great Britain and the Allies inside

   Germany catalyzed his political career. (2) Based on this image as "Savior of the

   Fatherland", Hitler's masterful propaganda machine generated a nationalist

   cult following of the messianic leader. (3) Hitler's leadership of this

   conspicuously treacherous attempt to force the Bavarian government's

   capitulation at gunpoint foreshadowed the methods he would eventually use to

   seize control of the German government and provoke WWII. In particular,

   Hitler displayed his characteristic proclivity for terrorism and innovative

   military tactics, including the use of modern communications to direct mob-

   oriented political violence.

e) On February 25-26 of 1924, Hitler was unofficially promoted as a preeminent

   rising star in the most powerful branch of the enfeebled military of Weimar

   Germany, the political propaganda division, during the nationally publicized

   trial for his Beer Hall Putsch to evict the French occupation. Just as Hitler owed

   his early stardom to the German military, this belligerent national institution
   would years later lend the crucial political support that assisted him to absolute

   power. This sponsorship included both aid for his rise to head of state in the

   1933 Nazi coup and promulgation in 1934 of a binding military oath of

   allegiance to Hitler as the new German emperor.

          1. Amidst mass resurgence in conservative sentiment, Hitler's trial was

             performed before an openly sympathetic, military-backed court. In

             this context, Hitler was free to deliver his widely praised, nationalistic,

             grandstanding oratory that highlighted his personal role in the

             previous year's coup at pressuring the imminent eviction of the

             French military occupation from Germany's industrial region.

             Hitler's propaganda victory was solidified through the absolution of

             his coup by the sympathetic right-wing German government in the

             form of an extremely lenient jail sentence. When the French

             occupation did end later in 1924, Hitler was released to continue

             unofficially in his fifth year as a German military political

             propagandist on the foundation of his momentous victory for

             Germany over the Allied Treaty of Versailles. Based on Hitler's

             success in this office, the Nazis established a vital means for procuring

             the military's financial and political support.

f) In 1924, Hitler was imprisoned by the German Weimar government in a security

   crackdown on his Nazi party for its treasonous "Beer Hall Putsch" coup.

   Hitler's own value to the politically enfeebled German army as a leading political

   propagandist earned him a lenient sentence and a premature release within the
     year. The Nazi party, however, would have to endure a two-year banishment

     from the government before reemerging as a public political force.


a)      In the fall of 1983, Bin Laden debuted on the international scene by helping

     to orchestrate the bombing of the U.S. Marine barracks in Lebanon. This

     terrorist military coup aimed to unseat both the U.S.-backed Lebanese

     government as well as the leadership inside Radical Islam that appeared to be

     faltering in the war against the American superpower.

           1. This massive terrorist bombing was designed to expel the American-

               Israeli occupation of Muslim Lebanon and deprive its Lebanese

               collaborators of support from the superpower expeditionary force.

               The attack killed over two hundred U.S. Marines, America's first

               modern experience with suicide bombing and Radical Islam's most

               lauded terrorist attack until 9/11.

           2. Although the operation was effectively executed so as to leave no

               definitive evidence about the identities of its perpetrators, Bin Laden

               personally claimed responsibility for this one attack along with a

               series of confirmed Al Qaeda attacks in his 1996 "Declaration of

               Jihad". He reiterated this claim more directly in his last will and

               testament publicized in 2002iv. On the eve of President Bush's

               reelection in 2004, Bin Laden again insinuated this claim in his video

               message to America in which he recounts the 9/11 War's origin, the

               origin of his personal commitment to bomb American buildings, as
              well as the 1983 attack's casus belli: the 1982 destruction of Muslim

              buildings in Beirut by American warships.

          3. In the context of Radical Islam's global revolution against the

              American-Israeli military occupation of Muslim lands, the Saudi Bin

              Laden's involvement in this terrorist bombing (foreshadowing the

              9/11 attack) also constituted a coup against the revolution's leading

              nation, the super-rich, radical Islamic government of Saudi Arabia.

              Responding to the Saudi regime's acquiescence to the aggression in

              Lebanon by its superpower ally, Bin Laden's treasonous Lebanese

              coup threatened to disrupt (in the event of the public revelation of the

              Saudi role (most likely fundraising) in this terrorist plot) the vital U.S.

              support for the Saudi regime that sustained its tenuous rule

              throughout the previous four decades.

b) The public casus belli for the coup was the complicity of the pro-U.S. regime in

   the widely despised American-Israeli military occupation of parts of Lebanon.

   This foreign occupation had begun under America's principal Middle Eastern

   ally, Israel, in the previous year, 1982.

c) Bin Laden has shared credit for his unspecified involvement in the Beirut

   bombing with the joint Sunni/Shiite operation's alleged mastermind, the former

   head of Iranian Hezbollah's security service, Imad Mugniyah. While failing to

   install a radical Islamic government in Lebanon, the 1983 Beirut bombing coup

   forced the American-Israeli military occupation to withdraw from Lebanon in

   the following year.
          1. Bin Laden later had a well-documented direct relationship with

             Mugniyahv.

d) Marking his first victory over the American superpower and Israel, (1) the

   Beirut bombing that ousted the American peacekeeping force from Muslim

   Lebanon served as a major catalyst for Bin Laden's political career among those

   of Radical Islam who knew of his covert involvement. Bin Laden’s promotion to

   the top leadership of the Arab Afghan mujahedin in the following months

   demonstrated his rising reputation among his fellow revolutionaries. (2) While

   there is no published record of how Bin Laden's success in ending the American-

   Israeli occupation of Lebanon engendered a cult following of the man, it can be

   inferred that this unprecedented victory for Radical Islam's revolutionary war

   against America and Israel served to germinate a cult following of the messianic

   tyrant. (3) Foreshadowing Bin Laden's machinations to seize control of Radical

   Islam's war and provoke the U.S.-led "Global War on Terror", the 1983 Beirut

   bombing demonstrated an earthshaking innovation in terrorist military tactics,

   the use of a stateless shadow empire to launch long-distance, mammoth terrorist

   bombings targeting the American superpower's premier buildings.

e) In early 1984, Bin Laden was promoted as a preeminent rising star in the most

   powerful branch of Radical Islam's Saudi-dominated military, the financing and

   recruitment division. This promotion may have been due to his involvement in

   the terrorist bombing coup months earlier that was pressuring the imminent

   eviction of the American-Israeli occupation of Lebanon. Just as Bin Laden owed

   his early stardom to Radical Islam's Afghan army, this belligerent stateless
institution (a loosely-knit group including the future Taliban, traditional Afghan

warlords, foreign Afghan mujahedin, militant Islamic clerics around the world,

and wealthy Saudi financiers) would years later lend the crucial political support

that assisted him to absolute power. This sponsorship from key leaders within

Radical Islam included the acquiescence to the 1994 promulgation of Al Qaeda's

binding military oath of allegiance to Bin Laden as the new emperor of the Al

Qaeda terrorist empire commanding Radical Islam’s war against America.

       1. Most visibly, Bin Laden's 1984 promotion to the politico-military

          leadership of Radical Islam's Afghan war front included his

          appointment to the triumvirate leadership of the MAK (the Afghan

          Services Bureau), an affiliate of the Pakistani intelligence agency (ISI)

          dedicated to organizing, recruiting and financing the foreign Afghan

          mujahedin. As the latest incarnation of the Azzam party, the MAK

          represented the anti-Soviet campaign of the most famous Arab

          Afghan, the Islamic scholar Abdullah Azzam, and his star Saudi

          protégé. Bin Laden’s MAK posting served the war effort primarily as

          a propaganda and recuitment tool against the Soviets, publicizing a

          model leader of the international Islamic resistance, a pious Saudi

          “prince” who sacrificed his wealth to fulfill his religious obligation to

          defend Muslims besieged by a godless superpower.

       2. Although the battlefield contribution of the foreign mujahedin

          soldiers to the anti-Soviet guerrilla resistance was negligible and often

          counterproductive, Arab financiers played a pivotal role in
   strengthening the resistance. In the capacity of a fundraiser for

   military, infrastructural and humanitarian development Bin Laden

   excelled as one of the war’s single greatest financiers. The richly

   connected Saudi was able to successfully filter Persian Gulf oil wealth

   from his family’s own multi-billion-dollar fortune, other wealthy

   private donors, Saudi charitable organizations, and Prince Turki al-

   Faisal’s Saudi Intelligence (GID) Afghan fund (which itself matched

   dollar-for-dollar the U.S. government’s multi-billion-dollar funding

   for the “official” anti-Soviet resistance coordinated by Pakistani

   Intelligence (ISI)).

3. In addition to his offices as a recruiter and fundraiser, Bin Laden

   acted influentially as Prince Turki’s semi-official liason to the Afghan

   resistance. On the foundation of these three offices, Bin Laden was

   able to impose himself into the fourth job of organizing the war effort

   (particularly deciding the uses of funding and rallying Afghan

   warlords in the anti-Soviet resistance). Bin Laden even solidified his

   war record in the coming years with token battlefield experience

   commanding his own guerrilla army of Arab Afghans. Additionally,

   Bin Laden personally participated in the war as an engineer on a few

   of the projects that he was funding, famously operating his family’s

   bulldozers to build some of the key roads and bases that served as the

   vital pipeline for weapons and personnel into Afghanistan from

   Pakistan’s “jihad” sanctuary. In these multiple capacities, Bin Laden
                excelled from 1984 onward as one of the most prominent leaders of

                the Afghan mujahedinvi.

f)   (Due in part to the scarcity of public information on Bin Laden's involvement in the

     1983 U.S. Marine barracks bombing, some elements of this sub-parallel cannot be

     confirmed for Bin Laden's career. The information that does exist describes a less

     refined, though still highly significant and improbable, parallelism in Year 6.) ??? In

     the wake of the Saudi government's scandalous discovery that this overly zealous top

     Saudi prince-ambassador had participated in the infamous 1983 U.S. Marine barracks

     bombing in Beirut, was Bin Laden's promotion months later to the MAK leadership

     an attempt by the Saudi government to monitor Bin Laden's activities and covertly

     confine him to his successful work in his official commission in Peshawar, Pakistan

     supporting the Afghan resistance to the Soviet invasion? Was this new office a

     prince's prison? Were his restrictions soon lifted because of his proven value to the

     Saudi-backed “jihad” effort in Afghanistan? Did the Saudi government secretly

     crackdown on the other Saudi conspirators involved in this radical Islamic attack on

     Saudi Arabia's superpower ally?




                                        Year 8

     The creation of: NAPOLEON'S ARMY, HITLER'S SS AND AL QAEDA'S

                                    MILITARY WING
a)      In April of Year 8, Napoleon / Hitler / Bin Laden created a private army loyal

     to him above all other military or political allegiances.

b) From a meager, ragtag force, he had built this army into the world's most feared

     military by the time he provoked a world war in Year 24.


a)      In April of 1796, Napoleon assumed command of the dilapidated and

     demoralized French army in Italy. After quickly rebuilding the army as an

     effective fighting force, the charismatic general soon earned the unmatched

     devotion of his soldiers with a series of stunning military victories.

b) From a meager, ragtag force, Napoleon quickly created a professional army that

     would dominate Europe for the next two decades. Having conquered continental

     Europe by 1812, he launched an invasion of Russia with the world’s most feared

     military force, his Grand Army of nearly half a million soldiers under the

     leadership of his own unparalleled military genius. Napoleon’s fearsome

     Russian campaign triggered the world war in conjunction with America's

     imminent entry into Napoleon's war against Great Britain.


a)      In April of 1926, Hitler created the SS, a private army explicitly loyal to

     Hitler that was especially formulated to be independent of the Nazi party.

b) From meager beginnings, the SS would rise to become the world's most feared

     paramilitary force. Hitler greatly augmented his army by later establishing

     among the German military a compulsory military oath of allegiance to Hitler as

     the supreme commander, laying the foundation on which he built the Nazi war

     machine. Touting the world’s most feared military Hitler would conquer
     continental Europe, invade the Soviet Union and provoke a world war in 1942

     by inciting Great Britain, Russia and America to enter direct military combat in

     his war.


a)      In April of 1986, Bin Laden opened his own mujahedin base camps, created

     his own private army from Arab Afghan mujahedin and started his own

     battlefield fronts against the Soviet invasion forces. He called his army Al

     Masadah (The Lion's Den), a guerrilla militia that would become Al Qaeda's

     military wing. Framing himself as an epic warrior-prophet in the tradition of

     the Prophet Mohammed, Bin Laden inspired the zealous devotion of his band of

     Islamic radicals.

b) From a meager, ragtag band of militant Islamists, Bin Laden built his army of

     guerrilla fighters into the world's largest and most resilient terrorist empire, one

     capable of waging a successful war against the lone superpower for over fifteen

     years. Although Al Qaeda's global campaign of terrorist attacks has

     distinguished the group as the world's most feared military, Al Qaeda’s most

     powerful military capability has emerged largely unnoticed. After the fall of Al

     Qaeda’s only official state sponsorship in December 2001, the group was

     bestowed with a strategic nuclear advantage over America as a stateless (and

     target-less) army. With this nuclear-proof terrorist empire, in 2002 Bin Laden

     succeeded in provoking America, Russia and Great Britain to enter into a world

     war against Al Qaeda, a success that also included America's covert initiation of

     the Iraq War.
                                       Year 11

 The start of: THE NAPOLEONIC REVOLUTION, THE GREAT DEPRESSION

                   AND THE COLLAPSE OF THE SOVIET UNION


a)      Geopolitical Revolution: In the fall of Year 11, the onset of an economic

     depression and massive civil unrest triggered one of the great geopolitical

     revolutions of the modern age, with fronts in America, Europe and the Middle

     East.

b) As occurred in the Year 1 geopolitical revolution, Napoleon's / Hitler's / Bin

     Laden's nation was a major epicenter of the new revolution in Year 11. In the

     tumultuous fatherland of his future empire, the new wave of political revolution

     was manifested as a belligerent movement against the weak government of the

     democratic republic, which was widely blamed for the country's chaotic

     condition. In reality, ten years of the nation's political and social revolutionary

     upheaval had stagnated economic growth and fomented civil chaos.

     Additionally, this nation's involvement in an epochal war with the world's

     leading powers had incurred punishing military and financial penalties that

     coalesced as the economic depression in Year 11. The failure of the

     revolutionary government to stabilize the explosive economic crisis and stem the

     tide of civil strife clearly highlighted the fatal weaknesses of the politically

     factious republic.

c) During the ensuing national crisis, Napoleon's / Hitler's / Bin Laden's party

     capitalized on the opportunity for partisan advancement through political chaos
     by luring the country to the brink of civil war with mounting threats of a

     military coup. The party's effort to foment political instability included both

     direct terrorist intimidation and the introduction of provocative political

     initiatives. Within this precarious environment, widespread desperation

     increased the population's blind yearning for a unifying savior like the strong

     national government promised by his party’s platform. After a decade of

     fighting his way to the top of the revolutionary leadership, the national crisis in

     Year 11 swelled his popularity to precipitate this triumph on which he would

     base his quest for empire.

d) In the midst of this national emergency, Napoleon / Hitler / Bin Laden would

     eventually launch a sham political coup that subverted the legislative branch and

     successfully manipulated two executives into transferring control of the national

     government to a triumvirate front-administration. He quickly transformed the

     new government into a dictatorship that reestablished civil order through a

     brutal police state. Having ascended to lead his revolutionary nation, Napoleon /

     Hitler / Bin Laden proceeded to launch his own geopolitical revolution.


a)      In the fall of 1799, the onset of a French economic depression and massive

     civil unrest triggered the political instability within the French government that

     culminated in Napoleon's seizure of power and initiation of the Napoleonic

     Revolution.

            1. Throughout Renaissance Europe, Napoleon's political revolution of

                enlightened nationalistic government (along with his military and
                  cultural revolution) reverberated to mark a major milestone for

                  Western civilization's entry into the modern world.

             2. Even in the Middle East in 1799, Napoleon personally spread the

                  Napoleonic Revolution when he initiated the Zionist movement by

                  promulgating his formal declaration of the modern state of Israel and

                  attempting to found this state by conquering the land of ancient

                  Israel. Beyond the movement for Jewish national identity, Napoleon

                  spread his broader "Enlightenment revolution" into the center of the

                  Islamic world as a result of his simultaneous effort to conquer vital

                  British trade routes. In particular, Egypt's liberation from

                  Napoleon's military occupation in 1799 initiated a Westernization

                  revolution in this heartland of the Islamic world.

             3. In America in 1799, the onset of the Napoleonic Age marked the

                  beginning of an era defined by Napoleon's attempts to foment

                  America's "Second War for Independence" from France's archenemy

                  Britain3.

b) As occurred in the 1789 French Revolution, France was the center of the

    Napoleonic Revolution in 1799. In the tumultuous fatherland of Napoleon's

    future empire, the new wave of political revolution was manifested as a militant

    movement against the weak government of the democratic republic, which was

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  America's gradual entrapment in Napoleon's war against Britain was marked by Napoleon's diplomatic
manipulation of the young nation’s relationship with its former imperial ruler. This gambit was largely
initiated by Napoleon’s formal cessation of the Franco-American naval conflict soon after rising to power.
In a few years, Napoleon's sale of the Louisiana Territory to America doubled the domain of the United
States and fed the incipient American imperialism that facilitated America's entry into Napoleon's war
against Britain as a U.S. bid to conquer British-controlled Canadian territories. On the eve of the world war
of 1812, Napoleon culminated France’s campaign to provoke America's entry into his war with Great
Britain through deceptive diplomacy in the trade conflict engulfing the three countries.
widely blamed for the country's chaotic condition. In reality, ten years of

France's political and social revolutionary upheaval had stagnated economic

growth and fomented civil chaos. Additionally, revolutionary France's war

against the British-led European coalition had incurred punishing military and

economic penalties that coalesced as the economic depression in 1799. The

failure of the French revolutionary government to stabilize the explosive

economic crisis and stem the tide of civil strife clearly highlighted the fatal

weaknesses of the politically factious republic.

       1. The 1799 formation of the Second Coalition against France

           bankrupted the French treasury as it mobilized forces in a desperate

           bid to repel the coalition’s march to Paris. Having seized upon the

           failure of Napoleon's Egyptian campaign as a sign of French

           vulnerability, the enemies of Revolutionary France coalesced for a

           second time as the Second Coalition (including Britain, Russia,

           Austria, and the Ottoman Empire) to roll back Napoleon's previous

           conquests, particularly in Germany and Italy. Launching their first

           military campaigns in 1799, they forced France to engage this mighty

           alliance of the world's leading powers on three major fronts. The

           1799 military developments marked a major escalation in the war,

           which had been virtually bereft of European battles since Napoleon's

           victorious campaign two years earlier. After a decade of military and

           economic warfare against the leading Western powers, the renewal of

           large military campaigns threatened Revolutionary France with
   either military or economic collapse. Also in 1799, Napoleon’s

   Egyptian failure in itself marked another debilitating loss to the

   French military and economy.

2. Internally, the French government only compounded the crisis with

   ledaership that was hopelessly corrupt, divided and incompetent.

   Chronic financial weakness threatened funding for the armies keeping

   the Coalition at bay. Civil chaos mounted as deserters inflated the

   hoards of bandits who roamed the country. The situation became so

   desperate that a parliamentary resolution to reestablish the Reign of

   Terror's Committee of Public Safety was only narrowly voted down.

   When Napoleon seized power on a mandate of strong central

   government, his first and most fundamental reform was to remedy the

   paralyzing economic crisis with the formation of the country’s first

   national bank, the Bank of France, and more effective taxation.

   While saving the economy from collapse, Napoleon was unable to

   create economic prosperity during his reign because he failed to

   address the underlying problem: France’s constant warfare against

   the world’s leading powersvii.


          * “Internally, the government of the Directory had shown

          itself to be incurably incompetent, irresolute and divided . . .

          There is no doubt that the personal incompetence and

          corruption of the Directors have been exaggerated, and that

          the difficulties of their situation have not been sufficiently
                     appreciated. They had inherited from the Convention a fearful

                     legacy of debt and inflation, and they had made repeated efforts

                     to restore the currency, balance the budget and ensure a

                     regular revenue by taxation. But all these efforts broke down

                     through the weakness of the central government and the

                     division of power between the Directory and the Councils.

                     Chronic weakness of finance threatened the payment and supply

                     of the armies, and deserters swelled the bands of brigands which

                     infested whole areas of France.” (italics added) - Napoleon and

                     the Awakening of Europe by Felix Markham, 1975, p.42-3


c) During the French crisis of 1799, Napoleon's Jacobin party capitalized on the

   opportunity for partisan advancement through political chaos by luring the

   country to the brink of civil war with mounting threats of a military coup. This

   Jacobin effort to foment political instability included both direct terrorist

   intimidation by Jacobin thugs and the inflammation of counterrevolutionary

   forces through the introduction of provocative political initiatives. Within this

   precarious environment, widespread desperation increased the French people's

   blind yearning for a unifying savior like the strong national government

   promised by Napoleon. After a decade of fighting his way to the top leadership

   of Revolutionary France, the French national crisis in 1799 swelled Napoleon’s

   popularity to precipitate his successful coup d’ etat, establishing the dictatorship

   on which he would base his quest for empire.
            1. Jacobins inflamed the 1799 French political crisis with a series of

               controversial political resolutions, including military mobilization

               based on new conscriptions and a forced loan from the rich, the

               restoration of Robespierre’s dreaded Committee of Public Safety, as

               well as a “Law of Hostages” requiring the arrest of relatives of

               suspected royalists who had fled Revolutionary France.

d) In the midst of this national emergency, Napoleon launched a successful sham

     political coup designed to subvert the ruling revolutionary government's

     legislative bodies (the Council of Ancients and the Council of 500) and

     manipulate two of the leaders of the executive branch (Directors Sieyes and

     Ducos) to assist Napoleon in establishing a triumvirate front-administration (the

     Consulate). Napoleon quickly transformed the new government into a

     dictatorship that reestablished civil order through the brutal Fouche police state.

     Having ascended to lead the revolutionary French nation, Napoleon proceeded

     to launch his own geopolitical revolution.


a)      In the fall of 1929, the onset of an economic depression in America and

     Germany, which soon precipitated a global economic depression, and the

     accompanying massive civil unrest triggered the political and economic

     instability within governments across the world that culminated in the Great

     Depression Revolution.

            1. Independently in countries across the world, this "Big Government"

               revolution emerged as a necessary intervention of the national

               government in the economy in order to remedy the absence of federal
   oversight of the free market that largely caused the Great Depression.

   This revolution represented a global shift towards economic socialism,

   as soon exemplified in the Great Depression's epicenter by President

   Roosevelt's New Deal economy.

2. In Europe, the Great Depression revolution included the Totalitarian

   Revolution, a broader movement that greatly expanded the national

   government's control of society beyond simple economic management

   to include all facets of life. In the context of the faltering democracies

   of Europe, this rise of warmongering dictators in the Soviet Union,

   Italy and Germany involved the manipulation of impotent democratic

   governments to serve as legitimizing propaganda tools for a single-

   party dictatorship dedicated to nationalism and imperial warfare.

3. In the Middle East in 1929, the revolution began with a new wave of

   Jewish immigration to the land of ancient Israel (the fifth Aliya, which

   doubled the Jewish population of the region) triggered by the rising

   European anti-Semitism of the Great Depression. This Jewish influx

   prompted the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, a future Nazi collaborator

   and founding father of fascism in the Middle East, to lead the Arab

   Palestinian inhabitants of the region in countrywide riots targeting

   Jews that climaxed in the infamous Hebron Massacre. This anti-

   Semitic attack was an unprecedented Jewish pogrom in the modern

   Jewish-Islamic conflict in Palestine, beginning the Jewish war that

   would culminate in the creation of the modern state of Israel.
b) As occurred in the 1919 post-WWI Revolution, Germany was a major epicenter

   of the Great Depression Revolution in 1929. In the tumultuous fatherland of

   Hitler's future empire, the new wave of political revolution was manifested as a

   militant movement against the weak government of the democratic republic,

   which was widely blamed for the country's chaotic condition. In reality, ten

   years of political and social revolutionary upheaval had stagnated economic

   growth and fomented civil chaos. Additionally, Germany’s involvement in WWI

   had incurred punishing military and financial penalties that coalesced as the

   economic depression in 1929. The failure of the revolutionary government to

   stabilize the explosive economic crisis and stem the tide of civil strife clearly

   highlighted the fatal weaknesses of the politically factious German Weimar

   Republic.

          1. The 1929 American Stock Market crash forced both the cessation of

               American loans, which had artificially sustained Germany’s battered

               post-WWI economy, and the recall of German debts from the past

               years of these loans. This foreign loan disaster combined with the

               post-crash decline in world trade to devastate the German economy.

               A few months after the Great Depression began, the economic and

               political paralysis forced the German head of state to suspend

               constitutional governance and rule by emergency decree, a convention

               that facilitated the rise of Hitler's dictatorship.

c) During the German crisis of 1929-1933, Hitler's Nazi party capitalized on the

   opportunity for partisan advancement through political chaos by luring the
   country to the brink of civil war through mounting threats of a military coup.

   This Nazi effort to foment political instability included both direct terrorist

   intimidation by the Nazi SA mobs and the introduction of provocative political

   initiatives. Within this precarious environment, widespread desperation

   increased the German people's blind yearning for a unifying savior like the

   strong national government promised by the Nazis. After a decade of fighting

   his way to the top of Germany’s revolutionary leadership, the German national

   crisis in 1929 swelled Hitler’s popularity to precipitate his fringe party’s election

   to the Weimar government’s leading offices. On this foundation of popular

   support generated by the Great Depression, the Nazis gradually seized control of

   the fragile Weimar democracy on which Hitler would base his quest for empire.

          1. One of the most inflammatory Nazi political maneuvers at this time

              involved the appointment of the Nazi boss Herman Goering as

              President of the Germany’s Reichstag parliament (prior to Hitler's

              1933 seizure of power), a development that parlayzed the Reichstag

              and led to the collapse of the government of German Chancellor

              Franz von Papen.

d) In the midst of this national emergency, Hitler would eventually launch a sham

   political coup that subverted Germany’s Reichstag legislature and successfully

   manipulated President Hindenburg and Chancellor Schleicher into transferring

   control of the national government to a triumvirate front-administration. Hitler

   quickly transformed the new government into a dictatorship that reestablished

   civil order through the brutal Himmler police state. Having ascended to lead the
     revolutionary German nation, Hitler proceeded to launch his own geopolitical

     revolution.


a)      In the fall of 1989, the onset of a Soviet economic depression and massive

     civil unrest throughout the Soviet empire triggered the political instability within

     the U.S.S.R. that led to the disintegration of the Soviet Union, the cessation of the

     Cold War and the inception of the post-Cold War geopolitical revolution.


            1. The end of the Cold War in 1989 was most powerfully symbolized by

                the dismemberment of the opening front of the Cold War in Berlin.

                The fall of the Berlin Wall marked a termination of Cold War

                hostilities that was officially enshrined with the "Armistice" Malta

                conference between American President George H.W. Bush and

                Soviet Premier Mikhail Gorbachev. Instead of by military conflict,

                the Cold War was decided by a competition to build the most

                expensive military that pitted the stifled Soviet economy against the

                American capitalist enterprise. Rather than nuclear armageddon, the

                loser submitted to economic bankrupcy. The onset of the Soviet

                collapse, the end of the sixty-year-old clash of superpowers and the

                rise of America as the unquestioned superpower reverberated in

                nations across the world.

            2. In the Middle East in 1989, freed from Soviet interference the United

                States expanded the Carter Doctrine (which advocated the use of U.S.

                military power to secure the world's treasure trove of cheaply
   extractable oil in the Middle East) by initiating a permanent, massive

   U.S. military presence in the region. Prior to the onset of the Soviet

   collapse, such a power grab would have represented an unacceptable

   provocation of America’s Cold War nemesis. However, once this

   collapse became manifest at the end of 1989, within a year the

   American administration had seized the highly auspicious

   opportunity provided by the Iraqi-Kuwaiti conflict to control the most

   coveted strategic prize of the Cold War. On the pretext of providing

   an American "policing" force to defend the region against the Iraqi

   dictator that America had spent the past decade sponsoring, President

   George H.W. Bush claimed this prize that the United States has yet to

   relinquish nearly two decades later. In the neighboring Palestinian

   territories, the post-Cold War global Islamic “jihad” against Israel

   began with the onset of the First Intifada (uprising) in 1989. Months

   later, America would join its ally Israel as a target of this “jihad”

   because of the massive U.S. military influx into Islam’s holiest land,

   Saudi Arabia, to prepare for the conflict with Israel’s archenemy

   Saddam Hussein.

3. In the most recently vacated Cold War battleground of Afghanistan,

   the Al Qaeda revolution began within the 1989 power vacuum when

   Bin Laden proceeded from the successful mujahedin war against the

   Soviet Union to embark on his personal war against the remaining

   superpowerviii. Bin Laden’s initiation of the post-Cold War global
              Islamic “jihad” against America culminated in Al Qaeda's first major

              covert terrorist attacks on the United States three years later.


b) As occurred in the 1979 Islamic Revolution, Afghanistan was a major epicenter

   of the post-Cold War revolution in 1989. In the tumultuous fatherland of Bin

   Laden's future empire, the new wave of political revolution was manifested as a

   militant movement against the hopelessly unpopular communist-controlled

   government of the democratic republic, which was widely blamed for the

   country's chaotic condition. In reality, after ten years of Afghanistan's political

   and social revolutionary upheaval from the Soviet invasion, the Cold War proxy

   conflict and the mujahedin movement had devastated the Afghan infrastructure,

   economy and civil order. Additionally, Afghanistan’s involvement in the Cold

   War had incurred punishing military and financial penalties that coalesced as an

   economic depression upon the Soviet withdrawal in 1989. The failure of the

   Afghan revolutionary government (including the communist-controlled republic

   and the unofficial mujahedin political bloc) to stabilize the explosive economic

   crisis and stem the tide of civil strife clearly highlighted the fatal weaknesses of

   the politically factious republic.


          1. Following the withdrawal of Soviet occupation forces and the

              cessation of the calamitous Afghan-Soviet War in 1989, the Afghan

              economic depression was triggered in part by the reduction (and

              eventual termination) of the vital foreign aid from both Cold War

              superpowers that had sustained the crippled third-world economyix.
   Now preoccupied with the collapse of the Soviet Union, America and

   Russia paid less attention to the recently departed Cold War

   battlefield. Additionally, the 1989 collapse of the Cold War oil boom

   produced a major economic recession in Saudi Arabia, a principle

   source of foreign aid for both Afghanistan and the incipient Al Qaeda

   organization. To further compound Afghanistan's economic

   problems in 1989, the Soviet government sealed off access to

   Afghanistan's most valuable legitimate natural resource (accounting

   for over half of the country’s legitimate export revenue), a wealth of

   natural gas reserves augmented by sophisticated extraction and

   storage facilitiesx.

2. On top of the devastation wrought by a decade of Soviet occupation

   and Soviet-mujahedin battles, in 1989 Afghanistan was immediately

   burdened by: (1) a political and financial power vacuum within the

   incipient Afghan Interim Republic that was brewing a civil war, and

   (2) the continuation of the Afghan mujahedin war against the Afghan

   communists who still controlled every major city. In another example

   of the collateral damage from the Cold War proxy conflict, these and

   future Afghan wars were fomented by murderous, megalomaniacal

   warlords like Gulbuddin Hekmatyar and Osama bin Laden who had

   been empowered by the CIA, Pakistani and Saudi intelligence and

   then unleashed by the Soviet withdrawal in 1989. The reduction in

   U.S. aid to moderating parties at this time corresponded with a
             refocusing of Saudi funding to radical warlords like Hekmatyar,

             further stoking the civil warxi. The conflict became so intense that the

             disastrous Afghan refugee crisis escalated dramatically and most

             countries withdrew their remaining diplomatic missions in the capital

             city of Kabul, severing a vital link between the remaining Afghan

             people and the international community. Additionally, the power

             vacuum arising from the Soviet withdrawal led to the rise of

             Afghanistan as a dangerously anarchic narco-state based on

             bourgeoning cultivation of opium and heroinxii. In this hobbled

             condition, the Afghan economy followed the Soviet economy into

             depression.


c) During the Afghan crisis of 1989-1996, Bin Laden's incipient Al Qaeda

   organization capitalized on the opportunity for partisan advancement through

   political chaos by luring the country into civil war with mounting threats of a

   military coup by proxy. Al Qaeda's effort to foment political instability included

   both direct terrorist intimidation and provocative political initiatives. Within

   the precarious environment, widespread desperation increased the Afghan

   people’s blind yearning for a unifying savior like the strong national government

   promised by Al Qaeda’s Islamo-fascist platform. After a decade of fighting his

   way to the top leadership of the Radical Islamic Revolution, the Soviet

   withdrawal from Afghanistan established the popular Arab myth of Bin Laden

   as a superpower slayer and vanguard of the revolution. Bin Laden would

   pursue his quest for a global terrorist empire based on his new celebrity status, a
bid aided by the auspicious creation of a terrorist haven via the post-Soviet

Afghan civil war.


       1. Al Qaeda’s divisive presence among the Afghan mujahedin included a

          campaign advocating that Afghanistan be transformed into a strict

          fundamentalist Islamic state to serve as a base for waging war against

          America and its Middle Eastern allies. Opponents of this effort were

          subject to terrorist intimidation or assassination. While pursuing this

          objective, Bin Laden helped to foment civil war among the warring

          Afghan factions by alternatively funding one warlord against another.

          After financing the notorious Hekmatyar faction, which made

          repeated attempts at a military coup against the Afghan Interim

          Republic, Bin Laden switched allegiances to support the rival Taliban

          faction. In neighboring Pakistan, the base of the Afghan “jihad”, Bin

          Laden further destabilized the region by funding anti-American

          radical Islamist parties in military coup plots aiming to ouster the

          pro-American Prime Minister Benazzir Bhuttoxiii. As a consequence

          of years of unending, cataclysmic civil war, the Afghan people were

          willing to accept even the most extremist government so long as it

          could stabilize the country.
d1) (A Coup within the Arab Afghans, the vanguard of the anti-superpower war waged

    by the stateless nation of Radical Islam4:) Following the Soviet withdrawal in

    1989, along with the Afghan nation the Arab Afghan movement descended into

    chaos over disputes about the next target of the “jihad”. In the midst of this

    emergency that threatened the stateless nation of Radical Islam, Bin Laden and

    his top deputy Ayman Zawahiri launched a victorious political coup that

    subverted the Arab Afghans' ruling clerical bodies by manipulating two

    executives into transferring control of the Arab Afghan leadership to a

    triumvirate front administration. Bin Laden quickly transformed Al Qaeda into

    a totalitarian organization that established order in the Arab Afghan movement

    by irrevocably choosing the next target of the “jihad”, America, and enforcing

    this policy through a stateless gestapo organization and proxy warlords. Having

    ascended to lead the nation of Radical Islam in its defining initiative, Bin Laden



4
  In the cases of Napolen and Hitler, their careers were respectively guided by a single revolution within
one nation-state. In a world of globalization, however, Bin Laden’s career was guided by two revolutions,
the greater global revolution of Radical Islam and its vanguard sub-set, the Afghan revolution. Bin Laden’s
historical parallels with the other two world-war provocateurs can be understood within the context of
either the former or the latter revolution. In discussing the nation of Radical Islam, emphasis is placed on
its identity as an Islamic Republic. The nation of Radical Islam exists as a stateless ideological network
bound by adherence to overarching fundamentalist Islamic tenets and to pursuit of war against the Cold
War superpowers and Israel. The loosely organized government of the stateless nation exhibits the
properties of a theocratic republic. Evincing a selective incorporation of the Enlightenment political
philosophy enshrined in the republic of Revolutionary France, Radical Islam theoretically divides national
power among one or more executives, a councils of religious scholars and, less directly, its constituents.
Nevertheless, the theocratic government emphasizes popular submission to the rule of Islamic doctrine,
greatly limiting the opportunity for public dissent. Although modern ideological platforms like the Internet
have enhanced the cohesion and influence of Radical Islam, the stateless nation’s foundation is marked by
the 1979 global Islamic Revolution. At this time preexisting international networks of radical Islamists
like the Muslim Brotherhood converged into a global entity, collectively pursuing shared objectives
through a stateless government modeled after Islamic republics like Iran, Afghanistan, and Pakistan. As
sub-sections of the nation of Radical Islam, stateless networks like Hamas and Al Qaeda were explicitly
chartered in the form a stateless republic espousing a limited application of the Enlightenment principles
that governed the Revolutionary French Republic.
   proceeded to launch his own geopolitical revolution that would culminate in the

   9/11 War.

          1. Bin Laden’s machinations to seize control of the nation of Radical

               Islam began with slandering from power and assassinating covertly

               the senior member of the nation’s vanguard, Bin Laden's mentor

               Abdullah Azzam. Bin Laden then slandered from power another

               Arab Afghan executive, Azzam’s son, the third member of the Azzam

               party’s triumvirate leadership enshrined in the MAK organization for

               Arab Afghan recruitment. Left alone in the triumvirate leadership of

               Azzam’s MAK, Bin Laden next merged his nascent Al Qaeda with the

               group and recast the MAK’s triumvirate leadership as a front-

               administration to all Arab Afghansxiv.

          2. Having elevated Al Qaeda to the leadership of the Arab Afghans, Bin

               Laden enacted his contentious plan to establish radical Islamist

               governments in Afghanistan and Pakistan to serve as a base for

               launching attacks against the American homeland. With his political

               opponent Azzam eliminated from power, Bin Laden quickly

               established his hierarchical control of Al Qaeda as its supreme leader

               and quelled internal factionalism by enforcing strict standards for

               obedience and secrecy within his stateless terrorist organization.


d2) (A Coup within the Afghan Republic:) In the midst of the Afghan national crisis

   of 1989-1996, Bin Laden would eventually launch a relatively bloodless political

   coup by bribing disaffected Afghan warlords to desert the infamous Hekmatyar-
     Rabbani -Massoud regime and support the national rule of the wildly popular

     (yet mysterious) Taliban party (1.). This sham political coup subverted the

     Afghan Islamic Republic's ruling clerical body and successfully manipulated the

     war-ravaged Republic’s two leading executives, Gulbuddin Hekmatyar and

     Rabbani, into submitting their influential parties and government apparatus to

     Taliban control (2.). The Taliban coup established a triumvirate front-

     administration led by the Taliban leader Mullah Omar, the party's Council of

     Islamic Scholars and Bin Laden (whose high-command exercised extensive

     influence over Taliban policy). The Taliban quickly transformed the

     government into a theocratic dictatorship that reestablished civil order through

     a brutal police state. Having ascended to lead the Afghan revolutionary nation,

     Bin Laden proceeded to launch his own geopolitical revolution from the modern

     world’s first “pure” fundamentalist Sunni Islamic state.



                                      Year 15

     THE BURNING OF THE REICHSTAG AND THE FIRST WORLD TRADE

                                 CENTER BOMBING


a)      In late February of Year 15, Hitler / Bin Laden covertly attacked the world

     famous building that served as the symbolic power base of his enemies, and then

     denied responsibility for the attack.

b) This symbolic attack served to facilitate his seizure of absolute power of the

     nation in the following year.
a)      In late February of 1933, the Nazis covertly torched the world famous

     Reichstag building, the center of German Parliament and power base for the

     remaining domestic political opposition to the Nazi regime. Hitler denied

     responsibility for the suspicious Reichstag Fire, though Nazi documents

     captured after WWII proved his guilt.

b) This attack served to subvert the power of the Nazis' political enemies by

     prompting a national emergency decree, facilitating Hitler's seizure of absolute

     power in the following year.


a)      In late February of 1993, Bin Laden covertly launched his first World Trade

     Center bombing, attacking the symbolic power base of the American economy.

     Although he has denied responsibility for the attack, evidence gradually

     uncovered has verified Bin Laden's complicity.

b) Representing Radical Islam’s most successful attack on the American homeland

     to date, this milestone bombing served to facilitate Bin Laden's seizure of

     absolute sovereignty over the stateless nation’s terrorist war against the

     superpower in the following year.




 The declaration of: THE CODE NAPOLEON AND HITLER'S ENABLING ACT


         In March of Year 15, Napoleon / Hitler / Bin Laden rewrote his nation's legal

     code.
        In March of 1803, Napoleon exercised his rising powers as France’s head of

     state by promulgating the new French legal code he named the Code Napoleon.


        In March of 1933, Hitler coerced the Reichstag to pass the Enabling Act, the

     legal basis for Hitler's dictatorship in a democracy. On this constitutional basis,

     Hitler quickly circumvented Reichstag oversight to rewrite Germany’s legal

     code in order to reflect the Nazi political platform.


        In March of 1993, the principle legal code (war policy) guiding the nation of

     Radical Islam was rewritten by Bin Laden and his cast of scripturally backed

     Islamic clerics when U.S. investigators announced to the world that a shadowy

     Sunni group of Arab Afghans (covertly orchestrated by Bin Laden) had

     launched Radical Islam's first major terrorist attack on the American homeland.

     This precedent redefined Radical Islam as a new Sunni-dominated global

     terrorist campaign targeting America.




                                       Year 16

 THE IMPERIAL CORONATION OF: NAPOLEON, HITLER AND BIN LADEN


a)      In Year 16, after rising to lead the revolutionary Republic's government as

     the head of its triumvirate executive branch, . . .
b) Napoleon / Hitler / Bin Laden sidelined this sham regime and openly usurped

     absolute power of the nation's government, military and religious institutions by

     delcaring himself emperor.

c) He accomplished this feat through manipulating the existing political system,

     notably the legislative branch and system of plebiscites.

d) This neo-Caesarian ascendancy epic marked the beginning of his 11-year

     imperial reign.


a)      In 1804, after rising to lead the French Revolutionary Republic's government

     as head of the Napoleon-Ducos-Sieyès triumvirate executive branch, . . .

b) Napoleon, already supreme commander of the French army, sidelined his sham

     regime and openly usurped absolute power of the nation's government and

     religious institutions by crowning himself Emperor of France.

c) He accomplished this feat through coercing the French Revolutionary Republic's

     enfeebled Senate and Tribunate, and then holding sham plebiscites to legitimize

     publicly his seizure of absolute power.

d) This neo-Caesarian ascendancy epic marked the beginning of his 11-year

     imperial reign that ended with the destruction of his French Empire in 1815.


a)      In 1934, after rising to lead the government of the German revolutionary

     Weimar Republic's government as a member of the Hitler-Hindenburg-Papen

     triumvirate executive branch, . . .

b) Hitler sidelined his sham regime and openly usurped absolute power of the

     nation's government, military and religious institutions by declaring himself
     Germany's Fuhrer ("emperor"), a power grab that included the establishment

     of a binding military oath of absolute allegiance to Hitler as supreme

     commander of the German armed forces.

c) He accomplished this feat by manipulating the Weimar Republic's Reichstag

     (the German Congress) and holding sham plebiscites to legitimize publicly his

     seizure of absolute power.

d) This neo-Caesarian ascendancy epic marked the beginning of his 11-year

     imperial reign that ended with the destruction of his German Third Reich in

     1945.


a)      In 1994, Bin Laden had already covertly launched the first major attack on

     the American homeland (the first World Trade Center bombing) by the global

     Radical Islamic Nation (a global theocratic Republic modeled politically after

     that of the Iranian epicenter of the Islamic Revolution), seizing control of the

     nation's central policy. Bin Laden had ascended to lead the nation's new

     government, Al Qaeda's high command (itself a stateless Republic modeled after

     the French Revolutionary Republic) as a member of the Bin Laden-Zawahiri-

     Azzam triumvirate executive branch.

b) In 1994, Bin Laden sidelined Al Qaeda's sham leadership council and declared

     his absolute rule of the government, military and religious institutions of both Al

     Qaeda and the Radical Islamic Nation by founding his global guerrilla terrorist

     network as a shadow empire to the American superpower and covertly claiming

     the title of Mahdi (the highest authority in Islam, the Saudi-born Muslim
Messiah of the Apocalypse foretold to rule the world's most powerful empire).

This foundation of Bin Laden's shadow empire included:


      Bin Laden's commencement of Al Qaeda's international terrorist

       campaign, including the initiation of planning for Al Qaeda's first overt

       terrorist attack (the 1998 African embassy bombings), the creation of the

       9/11 plot (called Operation Bojinka: Phase II) by top conspirators in the

       first World Trade Center bombing (Ramzi Yousef, Khalid Sheik

       Mohammed, Ali Mohammed), Al Qaeda's first terrorist attack on an

       airplane (by Ramzi Yousef) and the first documented Al Qaeda plot to

       assassinate the American president, a highly ambitious assumption of the

       leadership Radical Islam's war against America that was recently

       predicated on Bin Laden's covert success against America in the first

       World Trade Center bombing and the Black Hawk Down attack on

       American soldiers in Somaliaxv,

      The initiation of funding for the Taliban in his future base of

       Afghanistan,

      The commencement of a media war against countries beyond Saudi

       Arabia (marked by the creation of the London-based Al Qaeda media

       headquarters The Organization for Advice and Rectification),

      A menacing expansion of his Saudi-based insurrection that caused the

       Saudi government to revoke his citizenship in this year.
c) Bin Laden accomplished this imperial ascent by manipulating Muslim popular

   opinion as well as key religious councils in Saudi Arabia and Pakistan, the

   theocratic Senate of both Al Qaeda and the Radical Islamic Nation, to legitimize

   publicly his covert seizure of absolute power by praising the first World Trade

   Center bombing and advocating the perpetrators to expand the war.

d) This neo-Caesarian, Islamic ascendancy epic marked the beginning of his 11-

   year imperial reign that may have ended with the termination of his control of

   Al Qaeda in 2005, the first year since 1994 that Bin Laden did not make a public

   statement (see below).
                                         Year 18

     The declaration of: NAPOLEON'S CONTINENTAL SYSTEM COALITION,

       HITLER'S AXIS POWERS ALLIANCE AND BIN LADEN'S RADICAL

                         ISLAMIC WAR AGAINST AMERICA


a)      In late Year 18, Napoleon / Hitler / Bin Laden first announced his

     international war coalition . . .

b) That constituted a declaration of war against Russia and the world's most

     powerful nation, the leading Western empire.


a)      In late 1806, Napoleon first announced his Continental System, a

     warmongering alliance of European nations . . .

b) Committed to a nation-busting economic embargo of Great Britain, the world's

     most dominant nation. This new belligerent coalition accordingly demanded

     that Russia cease its vital trade with Britain, collectively constituting an

     international trade dispute that would bring Great Britain, the United States

     and Russia into Napoleon's war in 1812.


a)      In late 1936, Hitler first announced his Axis Powers alliance on the

     cornerstone of the Anti-Communist International Pact, a war coalition among

     Germany, Japan and Italy (who would officially join in the following year) that

     would soon after be formalized as the Tripartite Pact. Hitler's declaration of the

     Anti-Comintern Pact occurred under the auspices of Benito Mussolini's own
     declaration of an Axis Powers alliance between Germany and Italy a month

     earlier.

b) The creation of the Axis Powers alliance marked the failure of the Franco-

     British Stresa Front alliance, an attempt to ally with Italy and Austria to

     restrain Hitler's military adventurism, signaling a monumental reversal in the

     balance of power in Europe that allowed German imperial expansion to march

     inevitably to war three years later against the world's leading empires, Great

     Britain and France. The cornerstone of the Axis Powers alliance, the anti-Soviet

     economic blockade and war coalition, also constituted a declaration of war on

     the Soviet Union.


a)      In late 1996, Bin Laden first announced his global Radical Islamic war

     coalition in his first fatwa (religious declaration) of world war against America,

     announcing his alliance with a host of Islamic insurgencies around the world.

     Eighteen months later, he published a second, more precise fatwa announcing

     the names of the Islamic militant groups that officially joined this binding

     religious war pact as a coalition named "The World Islamic Front for Jihad

     Against the Jews and the Crusaders".

b) Although nominally founded as a united Muslim military front against the

     Western presence in Saudi Arabia, the expansive first fatwa ordered the

     establishment of an umbrella guerrilla terrorist organization to wage war in a

     united global military front inside Muslim lands under "Crusader occupation",

     including in Islam's holiest land Saudi Arabia, Palestine and Chechnya, directed

     primarily against the superpower America, Israel and Russia, respectively. Bin
     Laden described this new coalition as a continuation of his own global terrorist

     war against America, for the first time claiming publicly personal responsibility

     (through his characteristic method of innuendo) for attacks on Americans in

     Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Somalia, Beirut and the first World Trade Center

     bombing in New York (a claim he made indirectly though convincingly through

     his praise for Al Qaeda's spiritual leader, the Blind Sheik Omar Rahman, an

     imprisoned collaborator in the bombing).




                                      Year 20

        NAPOLEON'S ERFURT CONFERENCE AND HITLER'S MUNICH

                                    CONFERENCE


a)      On September 27 of Year 20, Napoleon / Hitler convened an international

     conference in Germany . . .

b) Where by the pen he acquired territory in Eastern Europe and set the stage for

     his invasion of the Russian empire.


a)      On September 27 of 1808, Napoleon convened the Conference of Erfurt in

     Germany with Czar Alexander I to clarify the Franco-Russian alliance.

b) While Napoleon did succeed in his diplomatic effort to acquire territory in

     Austria, he failed in his primary objective of cementing Russia's loyalty to his
     Continental System and so paved the way for his punitive invasion of the

     Russian empire.


a)      On September 27, 1938, Hitler began the Munich Conference when Britain's

     Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain intervened in the Czecho-German crisis to

     accede generously to Hitler's territorial demands in Czechoslovakia, a

     diplomatic preamble that was formalized when the conference was formally

     convened two days later.

b) This imperial territorial expansion eastward greatly strengthened Nazi Germany

     and, according to the war plan Hitler publicly outlined a decade earlier in his

     book Mein Kampf, paved the warpath for Hitler's imperial invasion of the Soviet

     Union.


a)      Following Bin Laden's sudden international notoriety from Al Qaeda's twin

     bombings of U.S. embassies in Africa, did Bin Laden convene a conference of

     terrorist leaders in August-September of 1998?

b) Did the agenda of this conference include the establishment of an expanded Al

     Qaeda presence in Muslim Bosnia to battle in the ongoing U.S.-led military

     conflict, as well as coordination with the Chechen branch of Al Qaeda to plan

     the group's first major terrorist campaign inside Russia, the devastating

     Moscow apartment bombing campaign that would occur one year later?
                                       Year 21

 THE ABROGATION OF: POPE PIUS VII'S CONCORDAT WITH NAPOLEON

                AND POPE PIUS XII'S CONCORDAT WITH HITLER


a)      The nominally Catholic Napoleon / Hitler had an epic relationship

     dominating an anti-Semitic Catholic Pope named Pius. This relationship

     revolved around the signing and abrogation of a papal Concordat.

b) Within the first year of rule as head of state, Napoleon / Hitler began an epic

     relationship with a Pope Pius when they met amicably to sign an infamous

     Concordat formalizing relations between the revolutionary regime and the

     Vatican.

c) In Year 21, Napoleon / Hitler abrogated belligerently yet unofficially his papal

     Concordat, publicly revealing his colossal deception of the Roman Catholic

     leadership by crippling the power of this Pope Pius for the next five years until

     the Allied liberation of Italy.


a)      The well-documented anti-Semitism of Pius VII was most glaringly revealed

     when he reintroduced brutal anti-Semitic policies in Italy after Napoleon's fall,

     including the state-sanctioned thievery of Jewish wealth and the establishment of

     Jewish ghettos.

b) Over a decade earlier during the first year of Napoleon's rule, Napoleon began

     an epic relationship with Pope Pius VII when he met the pope in an amicable

     conference during which they signed an infamous Concordat formalizing
     relations between the French revolutionary regime and the Vatican. This

     Concordat diminished the European international alliance against Napoleon,

     allowing his empire to swell with his military victories over the discordant Allies

     and pave the way for a war of unprecedented destruction.

c) In 1809, Napoleon abrogated belligerently yet unofficially his papal Concordat

     by physically capturing and imprisoning Pope Pius VII, controlling him as a

     puppet leader until the Allied liberation of Italy and Napoleon's first abdication

     in 1814.


a)      Despite the Nazi's consistent, unprecedented public persecution of the Jews

     and the indisputable evidence of the massive Nazi Holocaust project, Pope Pius

     XII publicly consented to these genocidal anti-Semitic policies by signing a

     Concordat with the Nazi state and refusing to actively oppose the Nazi war

     effort. This consent strongly suggests he sympathized with this hateful ideology,

     an assertion supported by Pius XII's own writings (see Hitler's Pope by John

     Cornwall).

b) Over a decade earlier during the first year of Hitler's rule, Hitler began an epic

     relationship with Pope Pius XII when he met the future pope in an amicable

     conference during which they signed an infamous Concordat formalizing

     relations between the German Nazi regime and the Vatican. By helping to ban

     Catholic dissent of Nazi political acts, this Vatican ambassador destroyed

     Germany's last bastion for democratic political opposition to the Nazis and

     facilitated Hitler's Holocaust.
c) In 1939, Hitler abrogated belligerently yet unofficially his papal Concordat by

     launching the most criminal war to ever occur in the Christian world, his

     European war of genocide that would lead to the deaths of 6 million Jewish and

     5 million Christian civilians, including thousands of Catholic priests who were

     singled out for extermination. Maintaining his own adherence to the 1933

     Concordat with Hitler out of fear of the Nazi regime, Pope Pius XII upheld the

     Vatican's treaty with Nazi Germany and refused to use his supreme authority to

     oppose publicly Hitler until 1944 following the Allied liberation of Italy. By

     making the Catholic pope an official ally in his genocidal war, Hitler crippled the

     power of this Pope Pius from 1939-1944.




             THE ASCENDANCY TO THE ALLIED LEADERSHIP OF:

           THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON AND WINSTON CHURCHILL


a)      In Year 21, the command of the British-led war effort against Napoleon /

     Hitler was transferred to Britain's champion warlord politician, a famed general

     of the British armed forces, British Lord and Member of British Parliament . . .

b) Whose effective entry into the war in this year would quickly establish him as

     Napoleon's / Hitler's epic archrival.

c) This British champion's rise up the military hierarchy included his involvement

     in both an earlier British imperial campaign in India and a proxy war against

     Napoleon / Hitler as part of a Spanish civil war in Year 20.
d) In Year 22, during Britain's most perilous period of the war, this British war

     chieftain led the last major bastion of resistance to Napoleon's / Hitler's total

     conquest of Western Europe as the upstart emperor focused the bulk of his

     military colossus on besieging the British homeland in a final effort to force

     Britain's capitulation and unseat the traditional leader of Western civilization.

e) This climactic campaign of Napoleon's / Hitler's war to conquer Britain began in

     Year 22 when he expanded his control of continental Europe's shoreline border

     region with the British Isle by annexing Holland into his empire.

f) The devastating siege to come was the pinnacle of his two-pronged effort to

     cripple the British economy, a multi-year effort that also involved a two-year

     military campaign against Britain's trade-based empire in North Africa and the

     Middle East.

g) Within a year of starting his great siege of Britain, Napoleon / Hitler

     acknowledged failure by redirecting his military resources to an invasion of

     Russia.

h) The navy-dominant British Isle had weathered its greatest assault from the

     army-dominant military colossus of its archrival Napoleon / Hitler. Bolstered by

     an alliance that Britain forged with its former rival Russia in Year 23, over the

     next four years the British champion warlord would lead the resistance to

     Napoleon's / Hitler's empire that finally defeated the emperor in Year 27.


a)      In 1809, the command of the British-led war effort against Napoleon was

     transferred to the famed army general, British Lord and Member of British
   Parliament the Duke of Wellington when he was appointed commander of the

   British army fighting Napoleon in Spain.

b) As the leader of the anti-Napoleon coalition, Wellington quickly began a

   campaign that pushed the warfront back to Paris and ended in Napoleon's

   abdication. Napoleon's dethronement was cemented by the emperor's epic loss

   to his archrival Wellington at Waterloo.

c) Wellington's rise up the British military hierarchy included his involvement in

   both an earlier British imperial campaign in India and a proxy war against

   Napoleon's occupation of Spain as part of the Spanish civil war in 1808.

d) In 1810, during Britain's most perilous period of the war, Wellington led the last

   major bastion of resistance to Napoleon's total conquest of Western Europe as

   the upstart emperor focused the bulk of his military colossus on enforcing his

   economic besiegement of the British homeland. This devastating

   reestablishment of the Continental System blockade was Napoleon's final effort

   to force Britain's capitulation and unseat the traditional leader of Western

   civilization.

e) This climactic campaign of Napoleon's war to conquer Britain began in 1810

   when he expanded his control of continental Europe's shoreline border region

   with the British Isle by annexing Holland into his French Empire.

f) The devastating siege to come was the pinnacle of Napoleon's two-pronged effort

   to cripple the British economy, a multi-year effort that also involved a two-year

   military campaign that he led against Britain's trade-based empire in North

   Africa and the Middle East.
g) Within a year of starting his great siege of Britain, Napoleon acknowledged the

     failure of his blockade due to noncommittal allies and redirected his military

     resources to the mammoth French Imperial invasion of Russia.

h) The navy-dominant British Isle had weathered its greatest assault from the

     army-dominant military colossus of its archrival Napoleon. Bolstered by a trade

     accord that Britain forged with its former rival Russia in 1811 (which would

     precipitate Russia's entry into the war against Napoleon), over the next four

     years Wellington would lead the resistance to Napoleon's empire that finally

     defeated him in 1815.


a)      In 1939, the command of the British-led war effort against Hitler was

     transferred to the famed First Lord of the Admiralty (commander of the British

     Navy), British Lord, political champion of British war mobilization and Member

     of British Parliament Winston Churchill when he was reappointed to this

     supreme military command of Britain's sea-based empire. As a perennial leader

     of Britain's armed forces in the uppermost military and political offices,

     Churchill oversaw the modernization of the British military in both WWI and

     WII through the critical introduction of the tank, a military innovation that

     would overcome the trench warfare stalemate of WWI to become the dominant

     weapon of war in WWII along with airplanes. Also in 1939, Churchill's

     previously impotent policy for war with Germany came to power in the British

     government after the Nazi invasion of Poland triggered both the collapse of

     British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain's foreign policy of appeasement and

     the British declaration of war on Nazi Germany. This shift in the command of
   the British war effort would soon culminate in Churchill's official assumption of

   the office of head of state.

b) As the leader of the anti-Hitler coalition, Churchill quickly rose to become the

   political and symbolic heart of the Allied effort who organized Britain's war

   mobilization and marshaled both Europe's anti-Nazi forces and America's

   industrial capacity to defeat Hitler.

c) Churchill's rise up the British military hierarchy included his military

   involvement in an earlier British imperial campaign in India and his political

   leadership in Britain's proxy war against Hitler's massive escalation of Nazi

   support for the Spanish general and imminent dictator Franco as part of the

   Spanish civil war in 1938.

d) In 1940, during Britain's most perilous period of the war, Churchill led the last

   major bastion of resistance to Hitler's total conquest of Western Europe in the

   Battle of Britain when the upstart emperor focused the bulk of his military

   colossus on bombarding the British homeland and enforcing his economic

   blockade with Nazi submarine warfare. The Battle of Britain was Hitler's final

   effort to force Britain's capitulation and unseat the traditional leader of Western

   civilization.

e) This climactic campaign of Hitler's war to conquer Britain began in 1940 when

   he expanded his control of continental Europe's shoreline border region with the

   British Isle by annexing Holland into his Nazi Empire.

f) The devastating siege to come was the pinnacle of Hitler's two-pronged effort to

   cripple the British economy, a multi-year effort that also involved a two-year
     Nazi military campaign against Britain's trade-based empire in North Africa

     and the Middle East.

g) Within a year of starting the Battle of Britain, Hitler acknowledged the failure of

     the Nazi bombardment and blockade of the Isle and redirected his military

     resources to his primary war objective, the mammoth Nazi invasion of Russia.

h) The navy-dominant British Isle had weathered its greatest assault from the

     army-dominant military colossus of its archrival Hitler. Bolstered by an alliance

     that Britain forged with its former rival Russia in 1941 following the Nazi

     invasion of the Soviet Union, over the next four years Churchill would lead the

     resistance to Hitler's empire that finally defeated him in 1945.




                        HITLER'S POLISH CAMPAIGN AND

                         THE 9/99 MOSCOW APARTMENT

                                      BOMBINGS


a)      From August 31 - September 17 of Year 21, Hitler / Bin Laden waged a

     conspicuously villainous, imperial military campaign in Eastern Europe, . . .

b) Achieving a stunning victory that served as the first demonstration to the global

     populace of the terrifying power of his unrestrained revolutionary war machine.


a)      From August 31 - September 17 of 1939, Hitler waged an imperial invasion

     of Poland, beginning with the initial invasion by Special Operations divisions

     and effectively ending with the Third Reich's encirclement of the Polish armies.
     This military campaign appeared conspicuously villainous in the context of

     Hitler's flagrant warmongering in Eastern Europe before the invasion and the

     public revelation of the Nazi mass murder of civilian populations in Poland

     during and after the invasion.

b) This debut of Hitler's revolutionary mechanized Wehrmacht stunned the global

     populace with the terrifying premier demonstration of Hitler's Blitzkrieg

     (lightning warfare), which effectively conquered Poland in two and a half weeks.

     In an effort to accomplish a quick victory, Hitler unleashed the destructive

     potential of his war machine in the Poland invasion, an unrestrained military

     campaign that included the dedication of the bulk of his army and the

     promulgation of orders to commit war crimes, including the mass murder of

     Poland's intellectual class.


a)      From August 31 - September 17 of 1999, Bin Laden waged covertly an

     imperial guerrilla invasion of Russia's capital, the 9/99 Moscow apartment

     bombings, marking the inception of Bin Laden's war to conquer Russia by

     nuclear terrorism and rule the world as leader of a new Islamic caliphate

     empire. This major terrorist bombing campaign appeared conspicuously

     villainous for its flagrant targeting of civilian apartment buildings and its

     shockingly high death count (300).

b) This debut of Bin Laden's revolutionary guerrilla terrorist war machine stunned

     the global populace with the premier of catastrophic terrorism in a Western

     nation, as well as with the success of the perpetrators' obvious bid to provoke a

     Russian military crusade in the Muslim country of Chechnya, an imminent
     invasion that the Russian government committed itself to launch the day after

     the final apartment bombing of Bin Laden's Moscow campaign on September

     16th. In an effort to accomplish quickly this objective, Bin Laden unleashed the

     destructive potential of Al Qaeda's Chechen branch in Moscow, an unrestrained

     military campaign that constituted his largest terrorist bombing attack to date.




                                   Years 22-24

                   THE BOMBING OF THE AMERICAN DESTROYER:

                              USS KEARNEY AND USS COLE


a)      In the October preceding the attack on America in Year 23 (see below,

     "Pearl Harbor and 9/11") that would precipitate the world war, (1) Hitler / Bin

     Laden launched his first naval attack on America, a crippling bombing of a USS

     Destroyer that humiliated the U.S. Navy on the eve of America's entry into his

     war.

b) The devastating torpedo attack on this U.S. warship targeted the forward engine

     room and nearly sank the vessel.

c) The USS Destroyer was part of a joint British-American naval operation to

     secure marine trade routes.


a)      In the October before the Pearl Harbor attack in 1941 that would precipitate

     WWII, (1) a Nazi submarine following Hitler's orders to expand his naval
     bombing campaign launched Hitler's first naval attack on America, the

     crippling bombing of the American Destroyer USS Kearny. This deadly

     demonstration of the vulnerability of America's premier warships humiliated

     the American Navy on the eve of America's entry into his war.

b) The devastating torpedo attack on this U.S. warship targeted the forward engine

     room and nearly sank the vessel.

c) The USS Kearny was part of the joint British-American lend-lease naval convoy

     program, an operation to secure sea-based trade routes from Nazi submarine

     attacks.


a)      In the October before the 9/11 attack in 2001 that would precipitate "The

     Global War on Terror", (1) Bin Laden launched his first naval attack on

     America, the crippling bombing of the American Destroyer USS Cole. This

     deadly demonstration of the vulnerability of America's premier warships

     humiliated the American Navy on the eve of America's entry into his war.

b) The devastating kamikaze-torpedo attack on this U.S. warship targeted the

     forward engine room and nearly sank the vessel.

c) The USS Cole was part of the joint British-American naval embargo of Iraq, an

     operation to secure sea-based trade routes from smugglers seeking to evade the

     United Nations' embargo.




      THE JUNE 22 INVASION OF RUSSIA BY: NAPOLEON AND HITLER
a)      On the June 22 preceding the start of his world war in Year 24, Napoleon /

     Hitler launched an unprecedented surprise land invasion of Russia, the world's

     largest land-based empire, using the biggest invading army ever assembled.

     This eastward expansion of his European empire marked his most ambitious

     military campaign and most stunning provocation of a world war.

b) Breaking the treaty he had signed with the Russian dictator, this openly

     treacherous invasion initiated Napoleon's / Hitler's infamous "total war" policy,

     a war strategy that dedicated the bulk of his empire's resources to a campaign of

     unrestrained aggression against Russia's military and civilian targets. As the

     world's most feared army traversed the main Eastern European roads from

     Warsaw to Moscow, the Russians confronted the greatest foreign threat to have

     ever faced their country, a menace that would reap the worst destruction of any

     calamity to date.

c) In mid-August, two months into the invasion march Napoleon / Hitler was

     confronted with the decision of whether to concentrate the two-month old

     invasion in the head (St. Petersburg / Leningrad), the heart (Moscow) or the feet

     (Kiev / Stalingrad) of Russia. The weeklong delay he took deciding and the

     resulting misdirection of troops was time lost that turned out to be a decisive

     factor when, in the coming weeks during his Moscow campaign, Russia's

     notoriously brutal weather auspiciously intervened to aid the Russian resistance

     and defeat his invading army.

d) At the height of his empire, Napoleon / Hitler failed in a colossal invasion of

     Russia and was forced into a devastating retreat from the Russian Steppes that
     ensured the inevitable collapse of his European empire under the Allied counter-

     invasion and the end to his world war in Year 27.


a)      On the June 22 preceding the start of his world war in 1812, Napoleon

     launched an unprecedented surprise land invasion of Russia, the world's largest

     land-based empire, using the biggest invading army ever assembled, the French

     Imperial Grand Army of half a million soldiers. This eastward expansion of

     Napoleon's European empire marked his most ambitious military campaign and

     most stunning provocation of a world war.

b) Breaking the Treaty of Tilsit that Napoleon had signed with the Russian Czar

     Alexander I, this openly treacherous invasion initiated Napoleon's infamous

     "total war" policy, a war strategy that dedicated the bulk of his French empire's

     resources to a campaign of unrestrained aggression against Russian military and

     civilian targets. As the world's most feared army traversed the main Eastern

     European roads from Warsaw to Moscow, the Russians confronted the greatest

     foreign threat to have ever faced their country, a menace that would reap the

     worst destruction of any calamity to date.

c) In Mid-August, two months into the invasion march Napoleon was confronted

     with the decision of whether to concentrate the two-month old invasion in the

     head (St. Petersburg / Leningrad), the heart (Moscow) or the feet (Kiev /

     Stalingrad) of Russia. The weeklong delay Napoleon took deciding and the

     resulting misdirection of troops was time lost that turned out to be a decisive

     factor in his failed bid to occupy Moscow in the coming weeks, which was

     successfully booby-trapped for Napoleon's unsuspecting occupying army by
     Russian soldiers to erupt in a firestorm, which in turn was assisted an auspicious

     wind storm. The destruction of the Moscow shelter from the Russian winter

     forced Napoleon's invading army to retreat and disintegrate.

d) At the height of his empire, Napoleon failed in his colossal invasion of Russia and

     was forced into a devastating retreat from the Russian Steppes that ensured the

     inevitable collapse of his European empire in 1815 under the Allied counter-

     invasion. Napoleon's world war ended in 1815 with the conclusion of both this

     European front and the American front of the British-American war that

     Napoleon had slyly opened in 1812 through years of marine trade war.


a)      On the June 22 preceding the start of his world war in 1942, Hitler launched

     an unprecedented surprise land invasion of the Russian-dominated Soviet

     Union, the world's largest land-based empire, using the biggest invading army

     ever assembled. This eastward expansion of the Nazi European empire marked

     his most ambitious military campaign and most stunning provocation of a world

     war.

b) Breaking the Non-Aggression Pact he had signed with the Soviet dictator Stalin,

     this openly treacherous invasion initiated Hitler's infamous "total war" policy, a

     war strategy that dedicated the bulk of his Nazi Empire's resources to a

     campaign of unrestrained aggression against Russian military and civilian

     targets. As the world's most feared army traversed the main Eastern European

     roads from Warsaw to Moscow, the Russians confronted the greatest foreign

     threat to have ever faced their country, a menace that would reap the worst

     destruction of any calamity to date.
c) In Mid-August, two months into the invasion march Hitler was confronted with

   the decision of whether to concentrate the two-month old invasion in the head

   (St. Petersburg / Leningrad), the heart (Moscow) or the feet (Kiev / Stalingrad)

   of Russia. The weeklong delay Hitler took deciding and the resulting

   misdirection of troops was time lost that turned out to be a decisive factor in his

   failed bid to occupy Moscow in the coming weeks, as Russian fortifications and

   reinforcements coupled with the early onset of the brutal Russian winter to

   defeat the Nazis in the Battle for Moscow. The defeat of the Nazis at Moscow

   marked the turning point of the invasion, the first major Russian victory of the

   counter-invasion that would begin to repel the Nazi army in the following year.

d) At the height of his empire, Hitler failed in his colossal invasion of Russia and

   was forced into a devastating retreat from the Russian Steppes that ensured the

   inevitable collapse of his European empire in 1945 under the Allied counter-

   invasion. WWII ended in 1945 with the conclusion of both this European front

   and the Pacific front of the Japanese-American war.




   THE START OF THE GLOBAL ANTI-SEMITIC WAR OF HITLER (THE

                         HOLOCAUST) AND BIN LADEN


                             Chapter under development.
                                                                           5
                               PEARL HARBOR AND 9/ 11


a)       Beginning in the ninth hour and ending in the tenth hour of the day in Year

     23, America's foremost foreign adversary launched an unprecedented surprise

     aerial bombing attack inside the United States that killed approximately 2500

     American citizens and provoked America's entry into the incipient world war's

     combat in Year 24.

b) This attack was caused by recent U.S. naval developments, including the

     bombing of a USS Destroyer and the establishment of an American economic

     embargo of both this primary foreign adversary and a secondary fascist rival to

     the United States.

c) America's culpability for its own entry into the world war revealed the U.S.

     administration's predisposition to declare a state of war in order to attack this

     secondary rival, an adversarial fascist warmonger against whom the United

     States was already engaged in a low-level military conflict. Accordingly, the



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  A more general parallel description encompasses the attack on the United States in 1811:
          In Year 23, America's foremost foreign adversary launched military attacks from off-land on
thousands of U.S. citizens and provoked America's entry into combat in the incipient world war in Year 24.
These attacks were caused by recent U.S. naval developments, including an attack on a USS warship and
the establishment of a U.S. economic embargo of this foreign adversary. America's culpability for its own
entry into the world war revealed the U.S. administration's predisposition to declare a state of war in order
to attack a nation other than the perpetrator of the attack. Napoleon, Hitler and Bin Laden each played a
critical role in instigating the United States to enter the world war.
          In 1811, America's foremost foreign adversary Great Britain launched a campaign of military
attacks in the Atlantic Ocean on thousands of U.S. citizens manning the American merchant marine,
forcefully impressing sailors into service in the British Navy and confiscating vessels and cargo. These
maritime attacks were the principle provocation that led to America's entry into combat in the incipient
world war in Year 24. These attacks were caused by recent U.S. naval developments, including an attack on
a USS frigate that had escalated the U.S. naval war with Britain, as well as the establishment of a U.S.
economic embargo of Britain in early 1811. America's culpability for its own entry into the world war
revealed the Madison Administration's predisposition to declare a state of war in order to invade and
conquer areas of Canada. Napoleon played a critical role in instigating the United States to enter the world
war by carefully fomenting the U.S.-British trade conflict.
     primary target of the American retaliation was not the attacker, but rather this

     fascist regime that had no foreknowledge of the attack on America.

d) Although this virulently anti-American regime had not committed a blatant act

     of war against America, the U.S. Administration focused its war effort against

     this fascist country largely because of exaggerated claims about the regime's

     nuclear weapons program stemming from a watershed development in the

     program in Year 20.


a)      Beginning in the ninth hour and ending in the tenth hour of the day in 1941,

     America's foremost foreign adversary launched the Pearl Harbor attack, an

     unprecedented surprise aerial bombing inside the United States by the Imperial

     Japanese air force that killed approximately 2500 American citizens and

     provoked America's entry into the incipient world war's combat in 1942.

b) This attack was caused by recent U.S. naval developments, including the

     establishment of an American economic embargo of both the most imminent

     military opponent to the United States, Imperial Japan, and Hitler's fascist

     empire, along with beginning of crucial lend-lease shipments of U.S. war

     supplies to the leader of the Allied war against Hitler, Britain. In this context of

     Hitler's grievance against America's proxy economic aggression, two months

     before the Pearl Harbor attack, the public humiliation of the American Navy by

     Nazi Germany's bombing of the American Destroyer USS Kearny served to

     stoke the Japanese leadership's hopes of manipulating Hitler into a joint

     German-Japanese war against America.
c) America's culpability for its own entry into WWII revealed the Roosevelt

     Administration's predisposition to declare a state of war in order to attack the

     Nazi Empire, a fascist warmonger who represented a secondary rival to America

     and who was already engaged in a low-level military conflict against the United

     States over U.S. economic support for the British war effort. Accordingly, the

     primary target of the American retaliation was not the attacker, but rather

     Hitler's fascist regime that had no foreknowledge of the Pearl Harbor attack,

     and Imperial Japan was designated as the secondary U.S. war objective.

d) Although Hitler's virulently anti-American regime had not committed a blatant

     act of war against America, the U.S. administration focused its war effort

     against this fascist country largely because of exaggerated estimates by Albert

     Einstein, other leading nuclear physicists and war hawks in the Roosevelt

     Administration about the Nazi nuclear weapons program stemming from its

     watershed discovery of nuclear fission in 1938.


a)      Beginning in the ninth hour and ending in the tenth hour of the day in 2001,

     America's foremost foreign adversary launched the 9/11 attack, an

     unprecedented surprise aerial Kamikaze-bombing inside the United States by an

     Al Qaeda super-cell that killed approximately 2500 American citizens (along

     with hundreds of foreign nationals) and provoked America's entry into the

     incipient world war's combat in 2002.

b) This attack was caused by recent U.S. naval developments, including the

     establishment of an American economic embargo of both the most imminent

     military opponent to the United States, Afghanistan-based Al Qaeda, and
   Saddam Hussein's fascist regime (that was meticulously modeled after Hitler's

   Nazi regime), a widely decried, punishing act of economic aggression on two

   Muslim nations that Al Qaeda and their Afghan-hosts the Taliban

   opportunistically seized upon as a public casus belli to escalate Al Qaeda's

   unprecedented international terrorist campaign against America with the 9/11

   attack. America's indecisive, non-military retaliation for Al Qaeda's previous

   attacks allowed Al Qaeda to continue to unveil its war plan to provoke America

   into a globally decried military crusade in Muslim lands. This tactical error in

   America's war effort was compounded when the American administration

   refused to investigate vigorously or retaliate for the public humiliation of the

   American Navy by Al Qaeda's bombing of the American Destroyer USS Cole

   while on its way to enforce the Iraq embargo, a misstep that both botched a

   great opportunity to uncover the 9/11 plot and forced Bin Laden to embrace

   more catastrophic terrorism in order to provoke the American crusade he hoped

   secretly would swell his public support.

c) America's culpability for its own entry into the 9/11 War (stemming from its

   aggressive foreign policy in the Middle East and the suspiciously incompetent

   U.S. intelligence failures that allowed the 9/11 plot to unfold unfettered) revealed

   the Bush Administration's predisposition to declare a state of war in order to

   attack Saddam Hussein, a fascist warmonger who represented a secondary rival

   to America and who was already engaged in a low-level military conflict against

   the United States over American enforcement of the economic sanctions and the

   No-Fly Zone inside Iraq. Accordingly, the primary target of the American
     retaliation was not the attacker, but rather Saddam Hussein's fascist regime that

     had no foreknowledge of the 9/11 attack, and Al Qaeda was designated as the

     secondary U.S. war objective to which the Bush Administration dedicated a

     small fraction of America's war machine compared to that dedicated to the Iraq

     War and thus has allowed Al Qaeda's high command to continue to direct its

     global terrorist empire six year after the 9/11 attack.

d) Although Saddam Hussein's virulently anti-American regime had not committed

     a blatant act of war against America, the U.S. Administration focused its war

     effort against this fascist country largely because of exaggerated estimates by

     Iraqi dissidents, Al Qaeda agents and neo-conservative war hawks in the Bush

     Administration about Iraq's nuclear weapons program, claims fueled by the

     expulsion of the United Nations weapons inspectors from Iraq in 1998.




                The start of: THE WORLD WAR OF 1812,

            WORLD WAR II AND THE GLOBAL WAR ON

                                    TERROR


a)      In Year 24, one of history's three intentional world wars began because of the

     invasion Napoleon / Hitler / Bin Laden had launched against the world's largest

     empire on the previous June 22.

b) This invasion was the culmination of his campaign to provoke the most powerful

     nations of the world to enter into direct military combat in the multi-continental
     war of his belligerent empire. These nations included the "Big Three" empires

     of modern Western civilization, the United States, Russia, and Great Britain,

     along with the rest of Europe.

c) To confront the major powers aligned against him in Year 24, Napoleon / Hitler /

     Bin Laden fielded the world's strongest army, a seemingly indestructible military

     machine on the march for global domination. This reputation as the world's

     most feared army was a testament to his outstanding capabilities as a military

     innovator, having created this army in Year 8 from a meager, ragtag band of

     militants.

d) In response to his blatant provocations, in Year 23 Great Britain, Russia and

     other nations formed a war coalition dedicated to the destruction of Napoleon's /

     Hitler's / Bin Laden's empire, an alliance that was officially promulgated in Year

     24 at the onset of the world war.

e) The world war would result three years later in the end of his 27-year career.



a)      In 1812, a world war began because of the invasion Napoleon had launched

     against the world's largest territorial empire on the previous June 22.

b) This invasion of Russia was the culmination of Napoleon's campaign to provoke

     the most powerful nations of the world to enter into direct military combat in the

     multi-continental war of his belligerent French empire. These nations included

     the "Big Three" empires of modern Western civilization, the United States

     (entry in 1812 following Napoleon's fomentation of a U.S. - British naval

     conflict), Russia (entry in 1812 following Napoleon's invasion) and Great Britain
     (entry in 1803 following Napoleon's provocative treaty violations), along with the

     rest of Europe (nearly all the nations of which had entered by 1812).

c) To confront the major powers aligned against him in 1812, Napoleon fielded the

     world's strongest army, the French Imperial Grand army. Consisting of nearly

     half a million soldiers and personally commanded by the world's foremost

     general, Napoleon's army was a seemingly indestructible military machine on

     the march for global domination. This reputation as the world's most feared

     army was a testament to his legendary capabilities as a military innovator,

     having created this army in 1796 from the meager, ragtag band of militants that

     constituted Revolutionary France's occupation army in Italy.

d) In response to Napoleon's blatant provocations, in 1811 Great Britain, Russia

     and other nations formed a war coalition, initially predicated on Russia's

     reinitiating of trade with Britain in violation of Napoleon's Continental System,

     dedicated to the destruction of Napoleon's empire, an alliance that was officially

     promulgated under the title "The Sixth Coalition" in 1812 at the onset of the

     world war.

e) The world war would result three years later in the end of Napoleon's 27-year

     career with the collapse of his empire and his permanent imprisonment.



a)      In 1942, a world war began because of the invasion Hitler had launched

     against the world's largest territorial empire on the previous June 22.

b) This invasion of Russia was the culmination of Hitler's campaign to provoke the

     most powerful nations of the world to enter into direct military combat in the
   multi-continental war of his belligerent German empire. These nations included

   the "Big Three" empires of modern Western civilization, the United States

   (entry in 1942 following Hitler's declaration of war on America and the post-

   Pearl Harbor U.S. war mobilization), Russia (entry in 1941 following Hitler's

   invasion) and Great Britain (entry in 1939 following Hitler's invasion of ally

   Poland), along with the rest of Europe (nearly all the nations of which had

   officially entered by 1942).

c) To confront the major powers aligned against him in 1942, Hitler fielded the

   world's strongest army, the Nazi war machine. Consisting of nearly one million

   soldiers armed with the world's most advanced weapons of war, Hitler's army

   was a seemingly indestructible military machine on the march for global

   domination. This reputation as the world's most feared army was a testament to

   his outstanding capabilities as a military innovator, having created this army in

   1926 from the meager, ragtag band of militants that constituted the early SS

   paramilitary force.

d) In response to Hitler's blatant provocations, in 1941 Great Britain, Russia and

   other nations formed a war coalition dedicated to the destruction of Hitler's

   empire, an alliance that was officially promulgated under the title "The Grand

   Alliance" in 1942 at the onset of the world war.

e) The world war would result three years later in the end of Hitler's 27-year

   career with the collapse of his empire and his suicide.
a)      In 2002, a world war began because of the invasion Bin Laden had launched

     against the world's largest empire on the previous June 22. On this date, June

     22, 2001, Bin Laden issued the global publication of his last public message

     before the 9/11 attack urging his people to "penetrate America and Israel and

     hit them where it hurts most". In response, U.S. intelligence agencies issued a

     high security alert and publicly warned of the threat of multiple spectacular Al

     Qaeda attacks. The 9/11 Commission later uncovered that this message was Bin

     Laden's final approval that initiated Al Qaeda's operational plot to invade

     secretly the United States and launch the largest terrorist attack in modern

     history, the 9/11 attack, two months laterxvi.

b) This invasion of America was the culmination of Bin Laden's bid to provoke the

     most powerful nations of the world to enter into direct military combat in the

     multi-continental war of his belligerent stateless empire. These nations included

     the "Big Three" empires of modern Western civilization, the United States

     (entry in 2001 following the 9/11 attack), Russia (entry in 2002 marked by its

     formal alliance with NATO in the global war on Al Qaeda, which had initiated

     through its Chechen branch major terrorist attacks on Russia beginning in

     1999), and Great Britain (entry in 2001 following the 9/11 attack on its ally

     America), along with the rest of Europe (nearly all the nations of which had

     joined the U.S. global war on Al Qaeda and had executed a counterterrorism

     campaign against a local Al Qaeda presence by the end of 2002). Importantly,

     the 2002 advent of the world war also marked Bin Laden's successful

     provocation of an American invasion of Iraq, which began unofficially in late
   2002 with the Bush Administration's illegal escalation of the No-Fly Zone

   military conflict and the beginning of U.S. pre-invasion covert military

   operations inside Iraq. Inextricably intertwined with the 9/11 war against Al

   Qaeda, this new Iraqi conflict signaled the initiation of the Bush

   Administration's global war for the Project for the New American Century

   (www.newamericancentury.org) war for American global military domination (a

   neo-conservative group in control of Bush's foreign policy that advocates

   overlooking the immediate threat of Al Qaeda's high command in favor of

   militarily pursuing a decades-old plan penned by former Deputy Defense

   Secretary Paul Wolfowitz that advocates American world domination through

   an aggressive military campaign beginning in oil-rich Iraq and Iran.)

c) To confront the major powers aligned against him in 2002, Bin Laden fielded the

   world's strongest army, the global guerrilla empire of Al Qaeda, unleashing an

   unprecedented international terrorist campaign against its enemies. Consisting

   of thousands of covert terrorist operatives and a strategic nuclear advantage

   over America as a stateless terrorist empire, Bin Laden's army was a seemingly

   indestructible military machine on the march for global domination. This

   reputation as the world's most feared army was a testament to his outstanding

   capabilities as a military innovator, having created this army in 1986 from the

   meager, ragtag band of militants that constituted the Al Masadah Afghan

   mujahedin group. Although the current climate of war has obscured from

   public view Al Qaeda's success, this apocalyptic terrorist empire that was

   responsible for the cataclysmic 9/11 attack and a subsequent global reign of
     terror has demonstrated its resiliency by waging a successful war against the

     world's lone superpower for nearly fifteen years. Today unofficially shielded

     from American incursions by Pakistan's nuclear umbrella, Al Qaeda's high

     command is directing an empire that is surging with reach and influence. (For

     more on Al Qaeda's identity as the world's strongest army, see Bin Laden's Plan:

     The Project for the New Al Qaeda Century by David Malone, available at

     www.binladensplan.com)

d) In response to Bin Laden's blatant provocations, most notably the 9/11 attack, in

     2001 Great Britain, Russia and other nations formed a war coalition dedicated

     to the destruction of Bin Laden's empire, an alliance that was officially

     promulgated in 2002 at the onset of the world war when Russia formally allied

     with NATO in the war against Al Qaeda.

e) The world war would result three years later in the end of Bin Laden's 27-year

     career when his top deputy Ayman al-Zawahiri usurped his command of Al

     Qaeda.




      THE BURNING OF MOSCOW, THE BATTLE OF STALINGRAD AND

                          THE MOSCOW THEATRE SIEGE


a)      In September-October of Year 24, Napoleon / Hitler / Bin Laden began the

     largest battle of his Russia invasion with an invasion of a major Russian city.

b) Despite sustaining unprecedented casualties, Russia won the battle by destroying

     his entire army inside the city.
a)      In September-October of 1812, Napoleon began the largest battle of his

     French imperial invasion of Russia with the invasion of Moscow, beginning with

     the Battle of Borodino on the outskirts of Moscow and continuing with

     Napoleon's entry and occupation of the Russian capital.

b) Russia sustained unprecedented casualties defending Moscow, including the

     destruction of the Russian capital and the dead and wounded from the Battle of

     Borodino. Nevertheless, czarist Russia won the battle for Moscow by burning

     the capital city while Napoleon's army was within it, destroying much of his

     army and forcing the remainder into a highly perilous total retreat at the onset

     of an early Russian winter. The repulsion of Napoleon's invasion allowed Russia

     to rebuild its capital and expand its empire westward.


a)      In September-October of 1942, Hitler began the largest battle of his Nazi

     invasion of Russia with the invasion of Stalingrad, the namesake of Russia's

     dictator.

b) Despite sustaining the most casualties of any battle of WWII, Stalin's Russia won

     the battle by using Russia's wealth of manpower and Russia's U.S.-backed

     industrial might to produce the world's largest army and focus this military

     colossus on killing or capturing every Nazi soldier in Stalingrad.


a)      In September-October of 2002, Bin Laden began the largest battle of his

     covert terrorist invasion of Russia with his targeted terrorist invasion of

     Moscow, a siege of a major Muscovite theatre. In the largest single Islamic

     terrorist attack on Russia, Al Qaeda's Chechen branch seized nearly nine
     hundred civilians hostage and rigged the theatre with multiple high explosives.

     As this was the most fully and dramatically recorded terrorist battle in history,

     the Moscow theatre siege fulfilled the primary objective of the attack by having

     the greatest media impact of any of Al Qaeda's Chechen attacks on Russia.

b) Despite sustaining an unprecedented death count for a modern terrorist attack

     in its capital city, Russian security forces killed the entire army of terrorists,

     disarmed the bombs and saved most of the hostages.




                                       Year 25

          THE FALL OF: BENITO MUSSOLINI AND SADDAM HUSSEIN


a)      Hitler / Bin Laden had an epic relationship dominating a foreign dictator who

     was a rival-turned-ally, "Mussolini / Hussein". Ironically, Mussolini / Hussein

     rose to power and world fame over a decade before Hitler / Bin Laden. Publicly

     overflowing with a globally ridiculed ambition for world domination, Mussolini /

     Hussein was also a fascist warmonger guilty of some of the most notorious war

     crimes of the 20th century before even entering the influence of Hitler / Bin

     Laden. Most infamously, during his first military campaign as head of state

     Mussolini / Hussein ordered one of the few post-WWI military campaigns that

     employed the large-scale use of chemical weapons, targeting both military

     personnel and civilians. When the two future partners of fated mass destruction

     first met on the world stage as regional rivals, one an established world leader
   and the other an upstart dictator, their hostility towards each other was quickly

   superceded by a mutual belligerency against the leading Western empire. By the

   time of the start of the world war, Hitler / Bin Laden would tower above the

   WMD-using Mussolini / Hussein as his era's god of war, empowered with a

   seemingly invincible army and threatening unprecedented mass destruction with

   his shadowy nuclear weapons program that was complemented with an

   unstoppable bomb delivery vehicle. Bolstered with the forces of his new junior

   partner in military world domination, Hitler / Bin Laden was poised to defeat the

   leading Western empire and succeed in this Alexandrian quest.

b) In Year 21, Hitler / Bin Laden entered a war pact that would propel Mussolini /

   Hussein into a world war in Year 24.

c) In Year 25, this war quickly led to an overwhelming Anglo-American invasion

   that toppled Mussolini's / Hussein's brutal regime, captured and imprisoned the

   hated fascist tyrant, and in July of Year 25 established a new U.S.-backed

   provisional government to rule his nation.

d) The leadership of the military opposition to this occupying Anglo-American

   army was quickly usurped from Mussolini's / Hussein's faltering army by

   Hitler's / Bin Laden's fearsome army. In a public reflection of this fateful end to

   their sea-saw relationship, during his imprisonment Mussolini / Hussein served

   as a puppet leader for Hitler's / Bin Laden's propaganda war against the Anglo-

   American military occupation of Mussolini's / Hussein's country that Hitler / Bin

   Laden had provoked.
e) The eventual grisly execution of Mussolini / Hussein by a vengeful group of

   partisan victims of his criminal regime was a tribute to the brutal fascist reign

   immortalized in the image of his corpse hanging from an iron scaffold.

f) Mussolini / Hussein began his ill-fated reign as head of state by seizing power in

   a coup d' etat during the early years of the incipient regional political revolution.

   Bolstered by a war pact he had forged with the leading Western power,

   Mussolini / Hussein rose within the reactionary wing of the revolution by

   espousing the political doctrine of fascism on the foundation of combating

   infiltration by foreign enemies of the state, particularly communist

   revolutionaries, through uncompromising national security measures.

   Ironically, Mussolini / Hussein made common use of terrorist tactics to facilitate

   his political rise to become his nation's prime minister.

g) Following Mussolini's / Hussein's infamous use of chemical weapons in his first

   military invasion of a foreign country as head of state, the acting world

   government was unable to penalize the fascist aggressor for this gross violation

   of international law largely because of opposition by the leader of the West.

h) Riding unchecked by international law, this savage warmonger marched onward

   in his quest for world domination to launch another war and quickly stumble

   into a series of humiliating military losses in both conflicts. Mussolini's /

   Hussein's consecutive defeats in his invasions of two far weaker nations vividly

   portrayed a laughable bid at world domination by a bumbling Caesar-pretender

   seemingly destined for a cataclysmic fall from power within the gathering storm

   of the imminent world war.
a)      Hitler had an epic relationship dominating a foreign dictator who was a

     rival-turned-ally, Benito Mussolini. Ironically, Mussolini rose to power and

     world fame over a decade before Hitler. Publicly overflowing with a globally

     ridiculed ambition to conquer the world and recreate the Roman Empire,

     Mussolini was also a fascist warmonger guilty of some of the most notorious war

     crimes of the 20th century before even entering the influence of Hitler. Most

     infamously, during his first military campaign as Italy's head of state Mussolini

     ordered one of the few post-WWI military campaigns that employed the large-

     scale use of chemical weapons, targeting both military personnel and civilians in

     Ethiopia. When the two future partners of fated mass destruction first met on

     the world stage as regional rivals, Mussolini an established world leader and

     Hitler an upstart dictator, their hostility towards each other's territorial

     expansion plans and claims as the rightful heir to the Roman Empire was

     quickly superceded by a mutual belligerency against the leading Western

     empire, Great Britain. By the time of the start of WWII, Hitler would tower

     above the WMD-using Mussolini as his era's god of war, empowered with the

     seemingly invincible Nazi war machine and threatening unprecedented mass

     destruction with the shadowy Nazi nuclear weapons program that was

     complemented with an unstoppable bomb delivery vehicle, the Nazi V-2 rocket,

     the world's first intercontinental ballistic missile. Bolstered with the forces of his

     now-junior partner in military world domination, Hitler was poised to defeat

     Great Britain and succeed in this Alexandrian quest.
b) In 1939, Hitler and Mussolini entered the war pact "The Pact of Steel" that

   would propel Mussolini into a regional war months later when Hitler invaded

   Poland in late 1939. This war pact would soon draw Mussolini into a world war

   in 1942 when his ally Hitler initiated a single war against Britain, Russia and

   America.

c) In 1943, this war quickly led to an overwhelming Anglo-American invasion that

   toppled Mussolini's brutal Italian regime, helped to capture and imprison the

   hated fascist tyrant, and in July of 1943 established a new provisional

   government to rule Italy that quickly acquired the backing of the United States.

d) The leadership of the military opposition to this occupying Anglo-American

   army was quickly usurped from Mussolini's faltering Italian army by Hitler's

   fearsome Nazi army. In a public reflection of this fateful end to their sea-saw

   relationship, during his imprisonment Mussolini served as a puppet leader for

   Hitler's propaganda war against the Anglo-American military occupation of

   Mussolini's country that Hitler had provoked.

e) The eventual grisly execution of Mussolini by a vengeful group of partisan

   victims of his criminal regime was a tribute to the brutal fascist reign

   immortalized in the infamously vindictive scene of his corpse hanging from an

   iron scaffold.

f) Mussolini began his ill-fated reign as Italy's head of state by seizing power in a

   coup d' etat during the early years of the incipient anti-Versailles political

   revolution (a broadly based revolution that included the Italian Fascist

   Revolution). As a WWI military hero in Italy's victorious alliance with the
   leading Western power, Great Britain, Mussolini's political career was bolstered

   by his public image as a leading proponent for Italy's war reparations.

   Mussolini rose within the reactionary wing of the Italian fascist revolution by

   espousing the political doctrine of fascism on the foundation of combating

   infiltration by foreign enemies of the state, particularly communist

   revolutionaries, through uncompromising national security measures.

   Ironically, Mussolini made common use of terrorist tactics to facilitate his

   political rise to become Italy's prime minister.

g) Following Mussolini's infamous use of chemical weapons in his first military

   invasion of a foreign country as Italy's head of state, the League of Nations was

   unable to penalize the fascist aggressor for this gross violation of international

   law largely because of Great Britain's obstruction of the penal measure (in a bid

   to facilitate the creation of a British-Italian alliance against Nazi Germany based

   on Hitler's encroachment on Austria and Czechoslovakia).

h) Riding unchecked by international law, the savage warmonger Mussolini

   marched onward in his quest for world domination to launch another war and

   quickly stumble into a series of humiliating military losses in his two wars in

   Ethiopia and Albania/Greece. Mussolini's consecutive defeats in his invasions of

   these two far weaker nations vividly portrayed a laughable bid at world

   domination by a bumbling Caesar-pretender seemingly destined for a

   cataclysmic fall from power within the gathering storm of the imminent world

   war.
a)      Bin Laden had an epic relationship dominating a foreign dictator who was a

     rival-turned-ally, Saddam Hussein. Ironically, Hussein rose to power and world

     fame over a decade before Bin Laden. Publicly overflowing with a globally

     ridiculed ambition to dominate the world by conquering the energy-rich Middle

     East, Hussein was also a fascist warmonger guilty of some of the most notorious

     war crimes of the 20th century before even entering the influence of Bin Laden

     and his apocalyptic war. Most infamously, during his first military campaign as

     head of state Hussein ordered one of the few post-WWI military campaigns that

     employed the large-scale use of chemical weapons, targeting both military

     personnel and civilians in the Iraq-Iran War. When the two future partners of

     fated mass destruction first met on the world stage as regional rivals, Hussein an

     established world leader and Bin Laden an upstart dictator of a stateless empire,

     their hostility towards each other's claims as the undisputed leader of the Arab

     resistance to American aggression was quickly superceded by a mutual

     belligerency against the leading Western empire, the United States. By the time

     of the start of the American-led Global War on Terror, Bin Laden would tower

     above the WMD-using Hussein as his era's god of war, empowered with a

     seemingly invincible army that was invisible, immune to nuclear weapons and

     able to quickly regenerate and launch cataclysmic terrorist attacks globally. In

     particular, Bin Laden threatened unprecedented mass destruction with Al

     Qaeda's shadowy nuclear weapons acquisition program that was complemented

     with an unstoppable bomb delivery vehicle, a covert global guerrilla terrorist

     network. Bolstered with the forces of his new junior partner in military world
    domination following the American invasion of Iraq, Bin Laden was poised to

    defeat America and succeed in this Alexandrian quest through nuclear

    terrorism.

b) In 1999, Bin Laden entered a war pact with his state sponsor Mullah Omar of

    the Afghan Taliban that initiated Al Qaeda's 9/11 plot6. The main objective of

    the 9/11 plot was to provoke covertly an American invasion of the primary

    target in the main theatre of contemporary U.S. military aggression, Hussein's

    regime in the No-Fly Zone conflict. Bin Laden expeditiously initiated this plot in

    the wake of Operation Desert Fox, the largest American military campaign

    against Iraq since the 1991 Gulf War. Bin Laden's 1999 war pact that climaxed

    in the 9/11 attack in turn propelled Hussein into the American-led Global War

    on Terror in 2002 when the Bush Administration secretly initiated war against

    Iraq by beginning covert special military operations inside Iraq and illegally

    escalating the Anglo-American No-Fly Zone bombing campaign against Iraq in

    prelude to the official inception of the invasion. Bin Laden's efforts were

    rewarded with the fulfillment of his widely publicized 1998 prediction (albeit

    made with inside information) about an imminent U.S. invasion of Iraq that

    would be "the best proof" of his casus belli against America. (For more on how

    Bin Laden intentionally provoked the Iraq invasion in order to facilitate his

    public relations war against America, see Bin Laden's Plan: The Project for the

6
  Many authoritative investigative sources, including the 9/11 Commission, have formally concluded that
the 9/11 plot was initiated in 1999. Although there is less direct evidence of a war pact between Bin Laden
and Omar in 1999, it is unlikely that Bin Laden could reasonably hope to conceal the 9/11 plot from his
state sponsor throughout the two years that it took to execute the plot. Any appearance of such a colossal
deception of his Taliban hosts could have fatally ruptured a vital alliance that appears to have only
strengthened over time. Bin Laden's only recourse in this situation would have been to inform Omar of the
plot upon its inception, as he apparently did judging by the seemingly unbreakable alliance that the Taliban
and Al Qaeda share today.
   New American Century by: David Malone, available at

   www.BinLadensPlan.com)

c) In 2003, this war quickly led to an overwhelming Anglo-American invasion that

   toppled Hussein's brutal Iraqi regime, captured and imprisoned the hated fascist

   tyrant, and in July of 2003 established a new U.S.-backed provisional

   government to rule Iraq.

d) The leadership of the military opposition to this occupying Anglo-American

   army was quickly usurped from Hussein's faltering Iraqi army by Bin Laden's

   fearsome Al Qaeda army. This transition during the spring and summer of 2003

   was marked by the disintegration of Saddam's conventional forces and the

   beginning of Al Qaeda's leadership of the Sunni Iraqi insurgency through the

   war's most catastrophic terrorist bombing attacks against both the Anglo-

   American occupation and the Shiite Iraqi support for the U.S.-backed Iraqi

   government, marked in August 2003 by the Baghdad United Nations building

   bombing that assassinated the chief U.N. envoy and the Najaf mosque bombing

   that assassinated a top Iraqi Shiite Ayatollah. In a public reflection of this

   fateful end to their sea-saw relationship, during his imprisonment (by an

   American military scandalized by concurrent, widespread incidents of prisoner

   abuse in Iraq) and trial (by a Shiite-dominated court) Hussein's predictably fiery

   rhetoric and public "martyrdom" helped him to serve as a puppet Sunni leader

   for Bin Laden's central propaganda war against the Anglo-American military

   occupation of Hussein's country that Bin Laden had provoked with the 9/11

   attack. During Hussein's trial and execution by a U.S.-backed court, America's
   reputation was particularly devastated by the fact that the United States was

   complicit in virtually every major crime for which Saddam and his subordinates

   faced indictment, from torturing prisoners to aggressive war with Iran to mass

   murder of Iraqi civilians to building and using chemical and biological weapons.

e) The eventual grisly execution of Hussein by a vengeful jailhouse of Shiite

   partisan victims of his criminal Sunni regime was a tribute to the brutal fascist

   reign immortalized in the image of his corpse hanging from an iron scaffold.

f) Hussein began his ill-fated reign as Iraq's head of state by seizing power in a

   coup d' etat during the incipient regional Islamic political revolution. His power

   was soon bolstered by a war pact he forged with the leading Western power,

   America, to wage war on the anti-U.S. Iranian regime in return for American

   financial, military and political support. Hussein rose within the reactionary

   wing of the Islamic revolution by espousing the political doctrine of secular

   fascism on the foundation of combating infiltration by foreign enemies of the

   state, particularly communist revolutionaries (as well as Israelis and Iranians),

   through uncompromising national security measures. Ironically, Hussein made

   common use of terrorist tactics to facilitate his political rise to become Iraq's

   prime minister.

g) Following Hussein's infamous use of chemical weapons in his first military

   invasion of a foreign country as Iraq's head of state, the United Nations was

   unable to penalize the fascist aggressor for this gross violation of international

   law largely because of opposition by the American administration (pursuant to

   Reagan's pledge to provide political cover for the U.S. proxy war against Iran).
h) Riding unchecked by international law, the savage warmonger Hussein marched

     onward in his quest for world domination to launch another war and quickly

     stumble into a series of humiliating military losses in both Iran and Kuwait.

     Hussein's consecutive defeats in his invasions of two far weaker nations vividly

     portrayed a laughable bid at world domination by a bumbling Caesar-pretender

     seemingly destined for a cataclysmic fall from power within the gathering storm

     of the imminent world war.




     The start of THE ALLIED LIBERATION OF EUROPE FROM THE EMPIRE

                           OF: NAPOLEON AND HITLER


a)      In late Year 25, the Allies began a two-year, multi-front counter-invasion of

     Europe to liberate the continent from the tyrannical empire of Napoleon / Hitler.

     This turning point in the world war was marked by decisive Allied victories over

     Napoleon's / Hitler's army in both the western and eastern European fronts, the

     latter of which was the largest conventional (non-urban) battle of the three-year

     conflict.

b) In response to the massive counter-invasion, in Year 25 the nation of Napoleon's

     / Hitler's chief ally abandoned its war pact with him and sided with the invading

     Allies, dramatically weakening Napoleon's / Hitler's ability to repel the invasion.

c) In early Year 26, the counter-invasion escalated when a successful Allied

     invasion of France opened a central front of the world war that ensured the

     collapse of Napoleon's / Hitler's European empire by the spring of Year 27.
a)      In late 1813, the Allies began a two-year, multi-front counter-invasion of

     Europe to liberate the continent from Napoleon's tyrannical empire. This

     turning point in the World War of 1812 was marked by decisive Allied victories

     over Napoleon's army in both the western and eastern European fronts. In late

     1813, the Allies achieved stunning victories over Napoleon's army in both the

     Peninsular War on the western front and the Battle of Nations on the eastern

     front, the largest conventional (non-urban) battle of the three-year conflict.

b) In response to the massive counter-invasion, in 1813 Napoleon's chief ally

     Austria abandoned its war pact with him and sided with the invading Allies,

     dramatically weakening Napoleon's ability to raise a large enough army to repel

     the invasion.

c) In early 1814, the counter-invasion escalated when a successful Allied invasion of

     Napoleonic France opened a central front of the world war, forcing Napoleon's

     first abdication and ensuring the collapse of Napoleon's European empire

     following the Battle of Waterloo in the spring of 1815.


a)      In late 1943, the Allies began a two-year, multi-front counter-invasion of

     Europe to liberate the continent from Hitler's tyrannical empire. This turning

     point in the world war was marked by decisive Allied victories over Hitler's

     army in both the western and eastern European fronts. In late 1943, the Allies

     achieved stunning victories over Hitler's army in both the invasion of Italy on

     the western front and the Battle of Kursk on the eastern front, the latter of

     which was the largest conventional (non-urban) battle of the three-year conflict.

     Also in 1943, the counter-invasion was marked by a large escalation in the Allied
     aerial bombing campaign of Germany, producing the world's first manmade

     firestorm in Hamburg, Germany.

b) In response to the massive counter-invasion, in 1943 Hitler's chief ally Italy

     abandoned its war pact with him and sided with the invading Allies, opening a

     dreaded two-front invasion of Hitler's European empire that the war-depleted

     Nazi military could not repel.

c) In early 1944, the counter-invasion escalated when the successful Allied D-Day

     invasion of France opened a central front of the world war that ensured the

     collapse of Hitler's European empire by the spring of 1945.




                                      Year 26

                    NAPOLEON'S FIRST ABDICATION AND

                      THE BOMB PLOT TO KILL HITLER


a)      In Year 26, the last bastion of internal resistance to Napoleon's / Hitler's rule

     responded to the dire war situation by launching a coup d' etat to overthrow his

     regime permanently.

b) Though damaging, Napoleon / Hitler miraculously survived the coup and

     reestablished power, continuing the world war until the following year.


a)      In 1814, the last bastion of internal resistance to Napoleon's rule, the senior

     Parisian politicians led by Charles Maurice de Talleyrand, responded to the
     Allied invasion of France by launching a political coup d' etat to overthrow

     Napoleon's regime permanently. Napoleon was forced to abdicate his imperial

     throne and enter imprisonment on the island of Elba.

b) Though damaging, Napoleon miraculously survived the coup by escaping

     imprisonment, reestablishing power and continuing the world war with one last

     military campaign that ended with his defeat at Waterloo the following year.


a)      In 1944, the last bastion of internal resistance to Hitler's rule was the covert

     opposition within the German military leadership founded by the former head of

     the German army's intelligence division, Admiral Wilhelm Canaris. In the wake

     of the Allied D-Day invasion, this group of German army officers responded to

     the dire war situation of two rapidly advancing Allied invasion fronts by

     launching a military coup d' etat to overthrow Hitler's regime permanently and

     negotiate a surrender to the Allies. Detonating a bomb next to Hitler and a

     number of his military staff, the plotters hoped to assassinate Hitler, disrupt

     communications between his headquarters and the Nazi capital, and use army

     forces stationed in Berlin to immobilize the SS internal security forces and

     capture the top Nazi leaders.

b) Though damaging, Hitler miraculously survived the bomb-blast coup and

     quickly reestablished power, continuing the world war until the Allied capture

     of Berlin the following year.
                                      Year 27

         THE BATTLE OF WATERLOO AND THE BATTLE OF BERLIN


a)      In the spring of Year 27, a massive Allied army surrounded and defeated

     Napoleon / Hitler in the European conflict's final battle and established a

     military occupation in his capital city. This epic climactic battle marked the end

     of his world war, empire and regime, as well as his country's 27-year-old

     revolution.

b) Along with Napoleon's / Hitler's defeat, in Year 27 the end of the world war was

     distinguished by America's separate victory in its own theatre of the war.


a)      In the spring of 1815, the massive Allied army surrounded and defeated

     Napoleon in the European conflict's final battle, the Battle of Waterloo, and

     established a military occupation of his capital city Paris. This epic climactic

     battle marked the end of his world war, French Empire and Bonaparte regime,

     as well as France's 27-year-old revolution.

b) Along with Napoleon's defeat, in 1815 the end of the World War of 1812 was

     marked by America's separate victory in its own theatre of the war against the

     British in North America at the Battle of New Orleans.


a)      In the spring of 1945, the massive Allied army surrounded and defeated

     Hitler in the European conflict's final battle, the Battle of Berlin, and established

     a military occupation of his capital city Berlin. This epic climactic battle marked
   the end of his world war, German empire, Nazi regime and ended Germany's

   27-year-old revolution.

b) Along with Hitler's defeat, in 1945 the end of WWII was marked by America's

   separate victory in its own theatre of the war against the Japanese in the Pacific.




           THE FALL OF: NAPOLEON, HITLER AND BIN LADEN?


      In the spring of Year 27, the political-military career of Napoleon / Hitler /

   Bin Laden ended when he fell from power.


      In the spring of 1815, Napoleon's political-military career ended when he fell

   from power as the French emperor and was permanently imprisoned on the

   island of St. Helena.


      In the spring of 1945, the Hitler's political-military career ended when he fell

   from power as Germany's emperor and committed suicide.


      Did Bin Laden's career end in 2005 when his top deputy, Ayman al-

   Zawahiri, usurped command of the Al Qaeda's terrorist empire? For the first

   time since the start of his global media campaign in the mid-1990's, Al Qaeda

   allowed a full year to pass without releasing a message from Bin Laden in 2005.

   Was this a sign of his removal from power? Was Zawahiri's apparent alteration

   in Al Qaeda's public relations strategy in 2006 to replace Bin Laden as its most

   supreme symbolic leader with the Taliban's leader Mullah Omar an alteration in
      Bin Laden's central objective to portray the Muslim Messiah of Apocalypse

      mythology?




     The creation of: THE CONCERT OF EUROPE AND THE UNITED NATIONS


a)          In the spring of Year 27, Napoleon's / Hitler's defeated nation accepted an

      unconditional surrender to the Allies. Later that year, the victorious coalition

      promulgated a restorative treaty to end the world war and preserve

      international peace within the context of a new world government.

b) Also established in Year 27, this congress of nations began its mission to

      maintain global stability by restoring legitimate pre- Napoleon / Hitler European

      governments and defining national spheres of influence.

c) In the wake of the most cataclysmic human rights violations in modern history,

      including Napoleon's / Hitler's aggressive warfare and mass implementation of

      slavery in conquered territories, the new world government needed to establish

      an ethical foundation for its rule. In addition to outlawing aggressive war on

      member-nations, this new, wiser world order distinguished the moral legitimacy

      of its own rule with the institution of a landmark human rights accord in Year

      27.


a)          In the spring of 1815, Napoleon's defeated France accepted an unconditional

      surrender to the Allies. Later that year, the victorious coalition promulgated the

      restorative Treaty of Paris to end the World War of 1812 and preserve
     international peace within the context of the new world government named the

     Concert of Europe.

b) Also established in 1815, this congress of nations began its mission to maintain

     global stability by restoring legitimate pre- Napoleonic European governments

     and defining national spheres of influence.

c) In the wake of the most cataclysmic human rights violations in modern history,

     including Napoleon's aggressive warfare and mass implementation of slavery,

     the Concert of Europe needed to establish an ethical foundation for its rule. In

     addition to outlawing aggressive war inside Europe, this new, wiser world order

     distinguished the moral legitimacy of its own rule with the formal condemnation

     of slavery in 1815, a landmark human rights accord that initiated the modern

     abolitionist movement.


a)      In the spring of 1945, Hitler's defeated Germany accepted an unconditional

     surrender to the Allies. Later that year, the victorious coalition promulgated the

     restorative Potsdam Agreement to end WWII and preserve international peace

     within the context of the new world government named the United Nations.

b) Also established in 1945, this congress of nations began its mission to maintain

     global stability by restoring legitimate pre- Hitler European governments and

     defining national spheres of influence. This new world order functioned in the

     backdrop of the Cold War stalemate between America and the Soviet Union,

     also begun in 1945.

c) In the wake of the most cataclysmic human rights violations in modern history,

     including Hitler's aggressive warfare and mass implementation of genocidal
     slavery in conquered territories, the United Nations needed to establish an

     ethical foundation for its rule. In addition to outlawing aggressive war globally,

     this new, wiser world order distinguished the moral legitimacy of its own rule

     with the establishment in 1945 of the World Court to prosecute the newly

     termed high crime, "crime against humanity", a landmark human rights accord

     that initiated the modern human rights movement.




The start of THE "NEW WORLD ORDER" COUNTERREVOLUTION TO THE

     3-YEAR-OLD WORLD WAR OF: NAPOLEON, HITLER AND BIN LADEN


a)      Geopolitical Revolution: In Year 27, one of the great geopolitical revolutions

     of the modern age began, with fronts in America, Europe and the Middle East.

     After three years of world war, the victorious belligerents launched this

     revolution to reorganize international spheres of influence in a bid at stabilized

     global governance.

b) Once again, Napoleon's / Hitler's / Bin Laden's nation was an epicenter of a

     major geopolitical revolution. This climactic revolution marked a dramatic

     reversal in the momentum of both the 3-year-old world war and the continuing

     Year 1 revolutionary movement that began Napoleon's / Hitler's / Bin Laden's

     career.



a)      In 1815, the beginning of the Post-Napoleonic Revolution was marked by the

     establishment of the new world order of the American Monroe doctrine
     (officially promulgated years later) and the Concert of Europe. Following the

     conclusion of the 3-year-old World War of 1812, the victor-nations launched this

     revolution to reorganize international spheres of influence in a bid at stabilized

     global governance. In the Middle East, the solidification of the European

     alliance against the Ottoman Empire initiated an age of perennial Western

     encroachment in the region that would erode and destroy Ottoman influence by

     WWI. In a major symbolic milestone for the age-old conflict between the

     Western and Islamic worlds, the Concert of Europe would soon liberate from

     Muslim rule the Greece cradle of Western civilization.

b) Once again, France was an epicenter of a major geopolitical revolution. This

     climactic revolution marked a dramatic reversal in the momentum of both the 3-

     year-old world war and the continuing 1789 French revolutionary movement

     that began Napoleon's career.



a)      In 1945, the beginning of the Post-WWII Revolution was marked by the

     establishment of the new world order of the United Nations and the Cold War.

     Following the conclusion of the 3-year-old WWII, the victor-nations launched

     this revolution to reorganize international spheres of influence in a bid at

     stabilized global governance led by the two superpowers. In the Middle East,

     the division of the world into the two Cold War camps combined with the

     beginning of the post-Holocaust Israel foundation to spread the Post-WWII

     Revolution throughout the region. This revolution included the 1945 creation of

     the pivotal American-Saudi alliance, the exchange of U.S. military support in
     return for cheap Saudi oil that sustained America's petrol-driven empire and

     helped to precipitate the modern American war against Islamic terrorism. This

     1945 regional revolution was also marked the Arab Nationalist Revolution,

     including 1) the establishment of the League of Arab States, and 2) the beginning

     of the Baath party's Arab fascist revolution, which would climax half a century

     later in Saddam Hussein's Iraqi dictatorship.

b) Once again, Germany was an epicenter of a major geopolitical revolution. This

     climactic revolution marked a dramatic reversal in the momentum of both the 3-

     year-old world war and the continuing 1919 German revolutionary movement

     that began Hitler's career.



a)      In 2005, the beginning of the "Clash of Civilizations" polarization

     counterrevolution to the American-led Global War on Islamic Terrorism was

     marked by a broad radicalization of the governments in America, Israel, Russia

     and throughout the Middle East. After three years of world war, the expansion

     of a seemingly imperial American war was preempted by the crystallization of

     an anti-American revolution, signaling the failure of the American public

     relations war against Al Qaeda, the rise of radical Islamic governments and the

     public reemergence of Al Qaeda. In the context of America's unfinished 9/11

     War and the United Nations' failure to restrain American aggression, this

     political counterbalance to American military might represented a bid at

     stabilized global conflict.
   In America, this polarization revolution was triggered by the

    radicalization of American government with the inception of the second

    Bush term, highlighted by the start of a covert American war against

    Iran in June of 2005 and the initiation of the Bush Administration's

    diplomatic prelude to the official start of the Iran war. Also in 2005, the

    global revelation of the Bush Administration's lies and imperial motives

    that provoked the Iraq War (including the infamous Downing Street

    Memos) combined with inception of an Iraqi civil war to cripple

    America's international reputation. In the context of the American

    public's election-endorsement of the Bush Administration's blatantly

    imperial post-9/11 New World Order, the beginning of an even more

    belligerent American presidential term precipitated America's loss in the

    public relations war against Al Qaeda.

   In Israel, this polarization revolution was triggered by the radicalization

    of the Israeli government with the inception of Ariel Sharon's

    "disengagement" policy, marked by the Israeli exodus from Palestinian

    territories (including a total evacuation from the Gaza Strip and a partial

    withdrawal from West Bank) in prelude to an expansion of the Israeli

    war on the Palestinian government and Lebanese Hezbollah.

   In Russia, this polarization revolution was triggered by the radicalization

    of the Russian government in response to the continuation of Bush's anti-

    Russian presidency, marked by an increase in antagonism towards

    Russia by the Cold War hawks in White House, including the deployment
    of the controversial American anti-missile system around Russia and the

    political opposition to Russian assistance for Iran's nuclear industry. The

    resultant increased belligerency of the Russian government, including

    increased usage of oil and gas supplies as an economic weapon and

    increased development of Russia's nuclear arsenal, threatened a new

    Cold War and fractured the alliance of the two superpowers in the war

    against Al Qaeda.

   In Europe, Al Qaeda's first attack on Europe's leadership coupled with

    Islamist riots in France to crystallize the clash of Western and Islamic

    civilizations.

   In the Middle East, the rising tide of anti-American sentiment was

    manifested in milestone democratic elections throughout the region that

    led to the election of Islamic terrorist groups to ruling national

    governments and dramatically increased the political influence of radical

    Islam, including the elections of: the Muslim brotherhood in Egypt,

    Hezbollah in Lebanon, Hamas in the Palestinian territories (concluded in

    the opening days of 2006), and President Ahmadinejad in Iran.

    Additionally, the creation of governments in Afghanistan and Iraq

    constitutionally based on Islamic law (Sharia) signaled the spread of

    radical Islamic government.

   In addition to democratic victories, radical Islam dramatically shifted the

    momentum of the war against the United States in the Middle East in

    2005 with a galvanization of the Al Qaeda-led insurgencies against the
          two American occupations. In Afghanistan, the beginning of the ongoing

          Taliban resurgence reversed widespread jubilation over the recent

          inauguration of Afghanistan's first democratically elected government,

          now threatened with Taliban control of a majority of the countryside.

          Similarly in Iraq, the inception of a civil war combined with the dramatic

          escalation of Iraq's Zarqawi-led insurgency to reverse the widespread

          jubilation over Iraq's first democratic elections. More powerfully than

          any purely political developments, these military reversals fueled the

          radicalization of the Middle East in 2005.


         Within the stateless empire of Al Qaeda, the anti-American revolution

          triggered Al Qaeda's high command's public reemergence as a command

          control center for the global terrorist empire based in Pakistan, marked

          by its unobscured association to the London bombings. Following Al

          Qaeda's apparent success in provoking a clash of civilizations, the high

          command's public reemergence signals its intention to resume its overt

          military offensive against the United States after allowing anti-American

          sentiment to rise for four years.


b) Once again, Afghanistan was an epicenter of a major geopolitical revolution.

   This climactic revolution marked a dramatic reversal in the momentum of both

   the 3-year-old world war and the continuing 1979 Islamic revolutionary

   movement that began Bin Laden's career.
                                    CONCLUSION


       The parallel career chronology of world-war provocateurs constitutes an epic

historical coincidence. Statistical theory itself seems challenged by the earthshaking

consequences of the highlighted events and the miraculous improbability that such a

highly unique 27-year career could be repeated in this precise and rigidly sequential

manner. The causes and consequences of this great mystery warrant investigation not

merely to satisfy human curiosity but to probe a prospective boon to America’s

ideological war against Al Qaeda. Most urgently, what does Osama bin Laden's historical

alignment with Napoleon Bonaparte and Adolf Hitler reveal about the scale of his threat

and the nature of his intentions?



Threat?



       Is stateless nuclear terrorism the next revolution in blitzkrieg warfare? Does Al

Qaeda’s military capability as a global nuclear power immune to nuclear counterattack

anoint Bin Laden as a worthy successor to the military juggernauts Napoleon and Hitler?

Is such powerful status also represented by Al Qaeda’s ability to withstand for eight years

the superpower’s post-9/11 counterattack while waging an unprecedented global terrorist

campaign in the meantime? The high command aside, do the tens of millions of

supporters behind Al Qaeda’s global insurgency constitute an existential threat to

America?



Intentions?
        In 1799 Napoleon waged war on the infamous plain of Armageddon in an

apocalyptic bid to create the modern state of Israel. Years later, Napoleon presented

himself as the Messiah of Judeo-Christian apocalyptic mythology and then provoked a

world war to conquer civilization on this basis. During the next coming of a world-war

provocateur, Hitler portrayed himself as his culture’s Messiah and then launched a war

that culminated in his bid to enact the Nordic vision of the Apocalypse (Valhalla) in 1945

Berlin. Is Bin Laden another suicidal megalomaniac who provoked a world war in a bid

to trigger the Apocalypse and portray himself as the awaited Messiah who conquers

humanity and creates paradise on Earth? Will Bin Laden’s ideologically based empire

lose its public support, and eventually its existence, if its leader is widely vilified as a

self-serving, mass-murdering Messiah pretender akin to Hitler?




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                                              References


Note: The large body of facts included in this comparative historical analysis involves

famous events in world history that do not require bibliographical citations. The below

references have been provided for those few events in this examination that are more

obscure.



i
   The Road to Al Qaeda by Montasser al-Zayyat, 2004;
http://intelwire.egoplex.com/2006_09_27_exclusives.html
ii
    The Looming Tower: Al Qaeda and the Road to 9/11 by Lawrence Wright, 2006, pgs. 88,92,146-7.
iii
    The Road to Al Qaeda by Montasser al-Zayyat, 2004, p.65-66, 69.
iv
    www.cnn.com/2002/world/europe/10/26/binladen.will/index.html
v
    The Looming Tower: Al Qaeda and the Road to 9/11 by Lawrence Wright, 2006, p. 173.
vi
    Ghost Wars: The Secret History of the CIA, Afghanistan, and Bin Laden, from the Soviet Invasion to
September 10, 2001 by Steve Coll, 2004, p. 87-88, 153, 155, 212;
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/binladen/interviews/bearden.html
vii
     Napoleon and the Awakening of Europe by Felix Markham, 1975, p.42-3, 53, 91-95.
viii
     Ghost Wars: The Secret History of the CIA, Afghanistan, and Bin Laden, from the Soviet Invasion to
September 10, 2001 by Steve Coll, 2004, p. 203-204;
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/binladen/interviews/bearden.html
ix
    U.S. FUNDING CUTS TO AFGHANISTAN: Against All Enemies: Inside America's War on Terror by
Richard Clarke, 2004, p.52-52; Ghost Wars: The Secret History of the CIA, Afghanistan, and Bin Laden,
from the Soviet Invasion to September 10, 2001 by Steve Coll, 2004, p. 216,220,227,233-235, 264;
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/binladen/interviews/bearden.html ; U.S. INDIFFERENCE
TO STABILIZING AFGHANISTAN: Ghost Wars by Steve Coll, p. 196, 208-210, 217.
x
    www.traveldocs.com/af/economy.htm
xi
    Ghost Wars: The Secret History of the CIA, Afghanistan, and Bin Laden, from the Soviet Invasion to
September 10, 2001 by Steve Coll, 2004, p. 216.
xii
     Ghost Wars: The Secret History of the CIA, Afghanistan, and Bin Laden, from the Soviet Invasion to
September 10, 2001 by Steve Coll, 2004, p. 233.
xiii
     Ghost Wars: The Secret History of the CIA, Afghanistan, and Bin Laden, from the Soviet Invasion to
September 10, 2001 by Steve Coll, 2004, p. 203,211-212.
xiv
     Ghost Wars: The Secret History of the CIA, Afghanistan, and Bin Laden, from the Soviet Invasion to
September 10, 2001 by Steve Coll, 2004, p. 203-204.
xv
     Much of this information about the establishment of Al Qaeda's international empire in 1994 is available
in the: The 9/11 Commission Report, electronic version (Microsoft Reader format), p. 189, 294. Also see
The New Jackals by Simon Reeve, 1999.
xvi
     The 9/11 Commission Report, electronic version (Microsoft Reader format), p. 654, 668-669.

				
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