31 December 2009

Not a Good Day for Terrorists

Yesterday wasn't a good day for the terrorists. While 8 were killed in Afghanistan, and one of the terrorist state's major propagandists was taken to hospital.

UPDATE: It now appears that the suicide bomber "was being courted as an informant and had been invited onto the base", the very same base "was at the heart of a covert program overseeing strikes by the agency's remote-controlled aircraft along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border". The number of CIA terrorists killed has been 'reduced' to 7 rather strangely, but includes the base chief and 6 other terrorists were wounded.

UPDATE II: There were 8 deaths, but only 7 were CIA. The 8th person was apparently a Jordanian spy.

UPDATE III: We now hear that the person who exploded the bomb was a Jordanian 'double triple agent' and the "U.S. military's intelligence chief in Afghanistan sharply criticized the work of U.S. spy agencies there on Monday, calling them ignorant and out of touch with the Afghan people." So, what's new?

Check out Piler's latest article "Welcome to Orwell’s world": "Obama's lies over the Afghanistan war remind us of the lessons of Nineteen Eighty-Four"

Also check out Gareth Porter's exposé:

"US intelligence has concluded that the document published recently by the Times of London, which purportedly describes an Iranian plan to do experiments on what the newspaper described as a "neutron initiator" for an atomic weapon, is a fabrication, according to a former Central Intelligence Agency official.
Philip Giraldi, who was a CIA counterterrorism official from 1976 to 1992, told me that intelligence sources say that the United States had nothing to do with forging the document, and that Israel is the primary suspect. The sources do not rule out a British role in the fabrication, however."

According to the Times again, 'SS western troops' executed "10 Afghan civilians, including children"...

Thanks to Borev for pointing out the Uribe v Chavez chess set where Uribe's "rooks are represented by U.S. government aircraft platforms."

I wish a Pèaceful New Year to all!

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