The Lost Hegemon: How the CIA Lost It's Holy War Crusade

Christian Crusades of the late 11th century; split between Roman Catholicism and Eastern Orthodox; the War on Terror; WWI betrayal as incubator for Muslim Brother jihadists; Sykes-Picot secret agreement; Muslim Brotherhood in Nazi Germany; the CIA and the Muslim Brothers; Osama bin Laden; Azerbaijan and Chechnya; Muslim Brotherhood a death cult; T.E. Lawrence; Muslim World League as the missionary arm of the Muslim Brotherhood;  indebtedness as the model for bringing down the Ottoman Empire and others ever since; Fetullah Gulen’s Worldwide Islamic Movement in the Turkic belt; Gladio networks in Turkey; color revolutions in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Tiananmen Square; CANVAS in Belgrade, Serbia; National Endowment for Democracy; the Albert Einstein Institution; Graham Fuller and the CIA; Boston Marathon bombing; undeveloped oil and gas reserves in Syria.


Lamont - January 4th, 2017 at 6:47am

Excellent interview and dialogue

Robert Stahl - January 5th, 2017 at 10:59am

Just, great! I cannot *say* sensational for propaganda 'stick' reasons, but, this is what is needed, and it is superb. Thank you. More,more,more.

Lewis Loizou - January 7th, 2017 at 8:47am

Reading Lost Hegemon now, already read Engdahl's 6 other books. All of them together give broad and deep insights into the state of the world today, Recommend any of them to anybody. Start with any one.

Emanuel Hamer - January 11th, 2017 at 7:35am

Good artocle aldough there are some historical errors, e.g. SS Hand%u017Ear division was recruited from muslim Bosnians during WWII, with the help of Independent State of Croatia witch was allied with nazi Germany. But I respect Engdahl for his work.