Monday, November 17, 2008

Huge Threat - Scare Tactic or Preparing Us?

A never ending social engineering psyops operation is in effect.
A new 9/11 is the threat.
Preparing us to accept whatever the government and media say should such an event happen?
More wars for the central banks and the psychopath puppets who 'lead' us?

Is 9/11 like conspiracy in the making?

Akhtar Jamal

Islamabad—An Israeli intelligence site claimed Sunday that “US president-elect Barack Obama, European and Russian heads of states in Washington G20 conference were briefed over the weekend about a probable early al Qaeda attack.”

Isreali intelligence news site, “Debka”, also claimed that “Obama and his team have been advised that a new al Qaeda strike is highly probable in the United States or against a key US target in Europe, North Africa or the Middle East.”

However, there was no indication from the American official or media about such a possible attack or conspiracy.

The “Debka” claim coincided with a regional intelligence report that Israeli Mossad and Indian RAW regional chiefs have held an important meeting in a European capital and discussed “possible preparatory reaction” to a new mystery yet to unfold. Regional watchers have also cautioned against fast growing strategic and secret cooperation between certain foreign elements in the neighorbood of Pakistan.

DEBKA report claimed that al Qaeda’s Yemen base, a reliable barometer for Osama bin Laden’s schemes, issued a Directive to All Fighters in Arabia on Nov. 9 presaging a major operation in the United States that will “change the political and economic world” and be “far bigger than 9/11.”

Israeli source claimed that the Al Qaeda “notice said the operation “is very near” and “precise instructions were in the hands of “the fighters, who are already on their way to America” armed with bin Laden’s orders. The pretext offered for the attack is the rejection by the US and Europe of al Qaeda’s four-year old truce offer whose original pre-condition was the withdrawal of their armies from Iraq and Afghanistan.

Pakistan The Next US Target

Pakistan Daily

Bill Kristol, a Fox Television commentator and arch American neoconservative revealed recently what many had long suspected was US thinking about the current international situation.

Kristol recounts that in a 90-minute, mostly off-the-record meeting with a small group of journalists in early July, President Bush “conveyed the following impression, that he thought the next president's biggest challenge would not be Iraq, which he thinks he'll leave in pretty good shape, and would not be Afghanistan, which is manageable by itself… It’s Pakistan.” We have “a sort of friendly government that sort of cooperates and sort of doesn’t. It's really a complicated and difficult situation.” Right on cue, presidential candidate Barack Obama took the baton from Bush in his speech on July 15, in which he argued that more focus and resource were required on both Afghanistan and Pakistan.

The entire article is here at the Peoples Voice


Tracking The Terrorist Money Trail

Police officers lead away a suspected terrorist in Vienna in September, 2007

November 16, 2008

International efforts to combat terrorist financing have lost momentum since successes that followed the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks in the United States. Meanwhile, Al-Qaeda has changed the way it raises and delivers money for terrorist activities -- relying more on private donations or criminal activities like the drug trade and using informal transfer methods outside of the global financial system.

Those are the findings of a new study -- "The Money Trail: Finding, Following, and Freezing Terrorist Finances" -- by experts at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, in Washington, D.C. RFE/RL correspondent Ron Synovitz spoke about the report with one of its co-authors, Michael Jacobson, who has served as a senior adviser to the U.S. Treasury Department's Office of Terrorism and Financial Intelligence and as counsel on the 9/11 Commission.
more from the propaganda arm Radio Free Europe

The Telegraph UK spins some al qaeda myths:

Barack Obama will find closing Guantanamo is easier said than done

The reason that the hard-core al-Qaeda supporters - including Khaled Sheikh Mohammed, the mastermind of the 9/11 attacks - continue to be held at Gitmo is that, as most of them were picked up on the battlefield in Afghanistan and other war zones, it is not possible to prosecute them the same way you would civilian criminals. The police are hardly likely to be able to scour the mountains of Tora Bora assembling evidence for the prosecution case.

Suicide bomber or local Iraq false flag? Keeping us in the war?

Suicide car bomb kills 15, wounds 20 in Iraq

BAGHDAD (Agencies): A suicide car bomber killed 15 people, including 7 policemen, and wounded 20 in Iraq’s volatile northern Diyala province on Sunday, police said. Police said the bomber targeted a police checkpoint in the town of Jalawla, north of Baghdad, one of many in Diyala where al Qaeda militants operate despite being driven out of other parts of Iraq. Violence has fallen sharply across the country in recent months to some of its lowest levels since the 2003 US-led invasion, but insurgents have retained the ability to carry out bomb attacks. Police and police recruits are a favourite target of insurgent groups such as al Qaeda, who view them as collaborators with the US military. more

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