Tuesday, September 09, 2008


Let Sibel Edmonds Speak has been all over this recently (the problem, of course, is that most Americans wouldn't see CIA anti-proliferation efforts, or even CIA-Turkish promotion of Muslim nationalist movements in the southern sphere of Russian influence, as either treasonous or bad), but I noticed this piece by Ludwig De Braeckeleer in which he writes:
"In May 2006, I suggested that the Libyan nuclear program might have been a CIA-MI6 sting operation designed to bring down the A. Q. Khan nuclear mafia."

Curiously, the rest of the piece seems to support the exact opposite conclusion, that the CIA was working with the 'A. Q. Khan nuclear mafia'.