Michael Scheuer–Osama Bin Laden–Al Qaeda–U.S. Government Interventionism Abroad–Libya and Iran–Videos

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FMR CIA Chief on ‘Benghazi-Gate’: “The Democrats Are Very Good At Watching People Die”

Michael Scheuer: Mrs Clinton Has Blood on her Hands Everywhere

President Obama Speaks on Libya Attacks that killed US Ambassador(Chris Stevens) 

CNN: Scheuer ‘Osama bin Laden died a success’

Ron Paul’s Secretary of State Michael Scheuer

Are We Arming Al-Qaeda? 

Are we arming/helping Al Qaeda in Libya?- Michael Scheuer 

Michael Scheuer: ‘US depended on tyrannies’

Michael Scheuer: The Decline of Al Qaeda?

Who Is Osama Bin Laden And Al-Qaeda? (Michael Scheuer, Former CIA)

World Affairs TODAY: Episode 10 

Michael Scheuer, former head of the CIA’s Osama bin Laden unit, discusses the U.S. pursuit of the al-Qaeda leader post 9/11 and prospects for catching him in the near future.

Former CIA Officer Michael Scheuer on the Economics of War with Iran

“Ultimately We Will Be Going To War With Iran If The Israelis Want Us To” Michael Scheuer 

Michael Scheuer: Israel & Saudi Arabia Are Much More Dangerous Enemies To The US Than The Iran

Background Articles and Videos

WikiLeaks Reveals US Wanted to Keep Russia out of Libyan Oil

Conversations With History – Michael Scheuer

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