Not sure where David Frum is going with this one:
Both Human Rights Watch and al-Qaeda are CIA operations. Human Rights Watch takes money from the notorious Ford Foundation. It is also supported by the globalist George Soros.
Way back in the 1950s the bankster John McCloy folded Ford Foundation operations into the CIA. “From its very origins there was a close structural relation and interchange of personnel at the highest levels between the CIA and the FF,” writes James Petras. “The FF has developed a sophisticated strategy of funding human rights groups.”
Same thing with al-Qaeda. 100% CIA from top to bottom. This is considered a nutcake conspiracy theory despite ample evidence supporting the claim. Robin Cook, the late British Foreign Secretary, made the claim, and so did former British Defense Secretary Michael Portillo, two-time Prime Minister of Pakistan Benazir Bhutto, Prince Bandar bin Sultan of Saudi Arabia, and dozens of experts and researchers.
Establishment apologists and scholars, however, say the idea that the CIA supported the Afghan Arabs and the Mujahideen, which eventually became al-Qaeda and the Taliban, is “nonsense,” “sheer fantasy,” and “simply a folk myth.” For more, see this lopsided Wikipedia propaganda entry. It cites plenty of people, like CNN journalist Peter Bergen, who have a vested interest in keeping the al-Qaeda narrative going.
As for Frum, the Canadian basically built his career upon expanding the al-Qaeda narrative and tacking on to it the now infamous “axis of evil,” the idea that Iran, North Korea and, pathetically, Iraq were building nukes and would use them against us, the freedom lovers. This dubious axis was used, in part, to push for an invasion of Iraq and, ultimately, the murder of more than a million Iraqis.
It is surely believable that al-Qaeda has carved out a space in the CIA’s Human Rights Watch. It stands to reason and makes for juicy headlines neocons like David Frum salivate over.