Thursday, December 27, 2007

Chad Psy-0p ?



Psy-0p in Chad?

"In Chad 103 children were kidnapped by French 'aid workers'...

"Not one word is said about those 103 so called 'orphans' as victims in a CIA/Mossad/French black operation...

"The judge, like many, was asking: Why, when none of them was injured, the children were bandaged and caked in fake blood ahead of their flight?

The judge could also have asked ... why children - kidnapped from their own parents - are supposed to be presented in the major MSM propaganda channels as 'poor orphans from Darfur, which have to be saved'?

"The reality? The Chinese have to be forced out of the profitable places in Africa too, at whatever price to human beings, and that's because the US/UK multinationals want in." - CIA BLOWBACK: JAIL & FORCED LABOR FOR FRENCH KIDNAPPERS



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Wednesday, December 12, 2007

CIA attempts to topple Algeria's president?


Photo from: User:Damouns

Uruknet tells us about the Algeria explosions and the American ambitions

According to uruknet, 11 December 2007:

With todays’ explosions in Algeria, people should listen to two Algerians:

Louisa Hanoun, leader of the Algerian Labour Party was interviewed on Aljazeera a month ago. She said:

"The timing of the terrorist operations in Algeria and the emergence of the so-called 'Al-Qaeda in North Africa' is linked to the policy of robbing and looting the region by certain super powers and foreign interests."

Earlier this year, Hanoun was the first one to reveal that Algeria rejected an American proposal for an American military base in the Algerian desert.

Anwar Malik, an Algerian writer and specialist in Islamic movements in North Africa
, wrote an article called "Al-Qaeda in Algeria and the American ambitions" (September 2007). He wrote:

"Al-Qaeda in North Africa will attack foreigners in Algeria, side by side with other operations , in order to justify the American project in the region."

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Who wants to cause trouble in Algeria?

1. Algeria's President Abdelaziz Bouteflika has had some success in making peace with the Islamists.

2. Reportedly, he has rejected the idea of an American military base in the desert.

3. He is involved in a proposal for a big deal on gas with the Russians.

4. He has also favoured the formation of a Gas OPEC.

The consortium of gas-rich countries includes Russia, Iran, Qatar, Venezuela, and Algeria.

"The appearance of such a powerful player in the energy arena will undoubtedly meet with an extremely negative reaction from the United States and the European Union." - Cartel in the Cards - Kommersant Moscow

It is possible that the 'al Qaeda' attacks are meant to ensure that Algeria will cooperate more with the USA and less with Russia.

The attacks may be meant to pressure or even topple the president of Algeria.

The recent 'al-Qaeda' terror attacks in Algeria seem to have targeted mainly poor Moslems.

Reportedly, the only non Moslem killed was a Russian.

Dec. 10, 2006 — An attack on vehicles carrying foreign employees of an affiliate of U.S. company Halliburton kills an Algerian and a Lebanese citizen.

March 3 — Two land mines rip through a bus, killing three Algerians and a Russian.

April 11 — Attacks on the main government offices in central Algiers and a police station kill 33.

May 16 — A hospital bombing on the eve of parliamentary elections kills a police officer and injures several others.

The bombs of 11 December 2007 went off between UN offices, not in UN offices. One UN staff member who was killed was a driver.

The terror in Algeria may have something to do with control of Algeria's oil and gas and control Algeria's government.

In early December 2007, French President Sarkozy visited Algeria.

Algeria and France signed contracts worth several billion euros during the visit.

The deals include oil, gas and nuclear energy projects.


In 2006, a memorandum of understanding was signed between Russia's Gazprom and Algeria's state-owned exporter Sonatrach.

This agreement, in theory, put 69% of Italy's natural gas under the control of a sole distributor.

EU Energy Commissioner Andris Piebalgs said that "Our worries are the development of the contacts between Russia and Algeria,"
(
Gazprom's agreement with Algeria in trouble?)



In Algeria, the 'Moslem terrorists' are usually working for the security services of one country or another.

In 1991, the parliamentary election in Algeria was about to be won by the Islamic Salvation Front (FIS).

This was largely a protest vote against an 'unpopular, corrupt and dictatorial' government.

The Algerian military, supported by the French government, cancelled the 1991 election and took power.

There followed a series of terror events in Algeria and in France. This terror was blamed on the Algerian Armed Islamic Group - the GIA.

It is now believed that many of the terrorist atrocities in Algeria were the work of army undercover units.

The New Zealand Listener reported on the links between the security services and the 'Islamic terrorists' in Algeria:

"In recent years, firm evidence has begun to emerge from Algerian military sources and leading academics that the dreaded GIA has been, perhaps from the outset..., a dummy, or 'screen' organisation managed by French/Algerian counter-intelligence." http://www.listener.co.nz/default,1457.sm

What is the role of the USA in Algeria?

The United States is building a huge military surveillance base at Tamanrasset in Algeria.

US forces are training the Algerian military. Washington wants to provide Algiers with pilot-less drone planes.

This military base is a result of agreements signed between Washington and Algiers for oil industry development.

In addition, the United States has worked to include Algeria in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), and considers Algeria one of its most important allies outside of NATO. - The Daily Star - Politics - Algeria's terror examined

In February 2001, 'The Dirty War', by Habib Souaidia, a former Algerian army officer, was published.

It tells of the part played by the Algerian army in the killing of tens of thousands of Algerians.

Habib writes: "I have seen colleagues burn alive a 15-year-old child.

"I have seen soldiers disguising themselves as terrorists and massacring civilians.

"I have seen colonels kill mere suspects in cold blood.

"I have seen officers torture fundamentalists to death...."

Robert Fisk in The Independent, January 1998, wrote about killings in certain villages in Algeria. Many of the dead were women and children; some were burned alive; some were decapitated or disembowelled. The villagers at Ouled Sahnine, Kherarba, El Abadel and Ouled Tayeb were Islamists and had voted in the 1991 elections for the Islamic Salvation Front (FIS) . The killers used knives, wire and portable guillotines to butcher civilians. Whole families were herded into 'killing rooms' to have their throats cut, with shovels as well as knives. .

Algerian Genocide by France
aangirfan: Terror in Algeria
Fake terror in Algeria; the US military in Algeria; oil in Algeria.
aangirfan: Alleged use of terror by the French security services



"I would like to confirm Russia's determination to expand cooperation with friendly Algeria in the fight against new challenges and threats..." - Putin Condolences To Algeria Over Terror Attacks

"Any Significance of December 11? We will always have the tendency of looking at the date 11 in each month as a potential because of 9/11 in America and 3/11 in Madrid." - Algeria's bombings: al Qaeda strike at French-Algerian rapprochement?


"A terrorist bomb attack targeted on Sunday a bus carrying Russian experts working for Stroi Trans Gas company near Bawaish town west of the Algerian capital, an Algerian security source said." - Attack on bus carrying Russian employees W. Algeria

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Sunday, December 02, 2007

The USA's War in Sudan


Keith Harmon Snow, 0n 23 November 2007, wrote, in Dissident Voice, about Darfur and Sudan - The US’s War In Darfur

The Darfur region of Sudan has oil, copper and uranium.

In the Darfur region of Sudan there are rebels who oppose the government of Sudan.

Snow writes:

1. Israel reportedly provides military training to Darfur rebels from bases in Eritrea..

2. The refugee camps have become increasingly militarized. There are reports that Israeli military intelligence operates from within the camps, as does U.S intelligence...

3. African Union (AU) forces in Darfur include Nigerian and Rwandan troops responsible for atrocities in their own countries. While committing 5000 troops for a UN force in Darfur, Ethiopia is perpetrating genocidal atrocities in Somalia...

4. There is near unanimous agreement, internationally, that rebels are 'out of control,' committing widespread rape and plundering with impunity

5. Debunking the claims of a 'genocide against blacks' or an 'Islamic holy-war' against Christians, Darfur’s Arab and black African ethnic groups have intermarried for centuries, and nearly everyone is Muslim.

6. There is a growing demand to probe the accounts of 'Save Darfur' to find out how the tens of millions collected are being spent due to allegations of arms-deals and bribery—rebel leaders provided with five-star hotel accommodations, prostitutes and sex parties.