Saturday, December 29, 2007

Bibi's revenge, and a bit more Bhutto

From the Daily Mail:

“The words ‘war on terror’ will no longer be used by the British government to describe attacks on the public, the country's chief prosecutor said Dec. 27.”

When I read this, I immediately thought of Jean Charles de Menezes and various of the false flag operations, but then realized that the chief prosecutor was referring to attacks on the public other than by the government

More on Bhutto:

  1. Was it an inside job (i. e., did her own party, realizing she would be a disastrous leader but a wonderful martyr, do the job itself?)?

  2. Remember the concept of ‘triangulation’ from the “JFK” movie.  Some reports, particularly out of India (and therefore possibly disinfo), are claiming multiple snipers firing at Bhutto, and multiple snipers also attacked a Nawaz Sharif rally.  This appears to be standard American military procedure for a can’t-fail assassination, and is what the Pentagon (probably) used against JFK.  Some have noted that the attack on Bhutto occurred immediately after Musharraf gave the Americans what they expected from Bhutto, American military access to the Pakistani border regions.  Bhutto was suddenly expendable, and her death may have been the quid pro quo.

  3. Tel Aviv, which doesn’t like Musharraf and his ‘Islamic bomb’, is hard at work.  Ten years ago Siegel was described as “a long-time Democratic activist who served as executive director of the Democratic National Committee in the mid 1970s and as liaison to the American Jewish community in the Carter White House.”  He is a ‘friend of Hil’ (for a little confusion, there is also a left-coast Republican Jewish far-right activist with the same name).  Of course, we know all about Mossad agent Blitzer.