Friday, November 20, 2009

A BRITISH PLOT AGAINST PAKISTAN? BRITISH CHINOOKS TRANSPORT TERRORISTS?

Spot the Brit. (www.rusi.org/.../commentary/ref:C4AB377DACA5CF/)

According to the BBC, "on Christmas Day 2007, the Afghan government said it was expelling two high level diplomats, one a British UN political affairs expert, the other, an Irishman and the acting head of the European Union mission." (BBC NEWS 'Great Game' or just misunderstanding?)

According to the Independent: "Britain planned to build a Taliban training camp for 2,000 fighters in southern Afghanistan." (Revealed: British plan to build training camp for Taliban fighters ...)

A post at this site Cached tells us of the British government link to the terror in Pakistan.

In 2007 Pakistani Intelligence traced the source of much of terror in Pakistan to a 'terrorist' camp in Helmand province in Afghanistan.

The camp was run by Michael Semple and Mervyn Patterson.

Both of these British spooks were ostensibly working with humanitarian organizations.

Following extraordinary intelligence work by ISI, Karzai of Afghanistan and high officials in the Musharraf government exchanged visits which eventually resulted in the arrest and expulsion of Patterson and Semple from Afghanistan.

In December of 2007 Guardian and Independent published stories that were clearly designed to muddle the facts and divert attention away from the real story.

The real story was that these training camps were to create the Pakistan Taliban or Tehreek-e Taliban-e Pakistan (TMP); but why?

If the Taliban were to take over some areas in Pakistan and a part of the capital, then this would provide a sufficient basis for the US to bomb Pakistani nuclear installations and cease their nuclear weapons.

There were serious war plans and military exercises conducted by US forces for this scenario.

British India (www.zum.de/whkmla/histatlas/india/haxbrindia.html)

On 19 October 2009, it was treported that the Pakistan Taliban (TTP) leaders were being evacuated by mysterious airlifts

"Mysterious airlifting of some Taliban elements from areas of the Pakistan-Afghanistan border linking Waziristan have been reported by several sources and fears are growing that anti-Pakistan TTP terrorists are also being rescued by their “foreign allies” from across the border.

"The unexplained movements of “un-marked” helicopters and aircraft have been reported since the last few days along the Pak-Afghan border and one source claimed that they were being transported to the Eastern Afghanistan.

"Some experts believe that secret allies of the friendly-Talibans took the action in order to secure the militants from an assault in South Waziristan by Pakistani Armed Forces while others believe the secret evacuation was part of a larger deal between some Western States and “good Taliban.”

"The airlifting and evacuation of TTP leaders from South Waziristan coincided with a report by foreign news media or a similar mysterious evacuation of “militants” from South Afghanistan to North Afghanistan.

"An Iranian news site on October 18 reported that the “British Army has been relocating Taliban insurgents from southern Afghanistan to the north by providing transportation means.”

"Quoting diplomats who spoke on condition of anonymity, the Iranian site claimed that insurgents are being airlifted from the southern province of Helmand to the north amid increasing violence in the northern parts of the country.

"The PressTV.com also claimed that “the aircraft used for the transfer have been identified as British Chinook helicopters.”

"The report suggested that the secret operation was being launched under the supervision of Afghan Interior Minister Mohammad Hanif Atmar, who “was still operating under the British guidance.”


"Last week Afghanistan’s Pajhwok news agency reported that “US ambassador scotched speculation that his country was helping terrorists in the north, saying America had nothing to do with the air-dropping of armed men from helicopters in Samangan, Baghlan and Kunduz provinces.”

"At an October 11 news conference in Kabul, President Hamid Karzai had himself claimed that “some unidentified helicopters dropped armed men in the northern provinces at night.”

"According to a Pajhowk news report President Karzai revealed “the government had been receiving evidence of the air-dropping of gunmen from mysterious helicopters in the provinces over the last five months.”

"A comprehensive investigation is underway to determine which country the helicopters belong to; why armed men are being infiltrated into the region; and whether increasing insecurity in the north is linked to it." http://www.pakobserver.net/200910/19/news/topstories16.asp

Mehsud, used by the CIA to get US troops into Pakistan?

Baithullah Mehsud, a 'deceased' tribal leader in Pakistan, may have links to the CIA. (Winter Patriot: Is Pakistan's "Public Enemy Number One" A CIA Asset ?. )

Pakistani officials have complained that the US failed to hit Mehsud with drone attacks despite them having supplied co-ordinates three times. (BBC NEWS South Asia Profile: Baitullah Mehsud )

CNN and other media sources reported the death of Baithullah Mehsud, on 30 September 2008.

His death was reportedly due to kidney failure.[33] (Sources: Man blamed for Bhutto killing is dead - CNN.com)

Mehsud of the CIA?

The Daily Mail (UK) reported on 31 March 2009 that Mehsud is now promising an attack on Washington:

The Taliban promises an attack on Washington that will 'amaze' the world ...

Mehsud, 'the top Taliban commander in Pakistan' has reportedly claimed responsibility for an attack on a police academy in Pakistan that left 18 dead.

"And Baitullah Mehsud also promised an assault on Washington 'soon' - one he said will 'amaze' the world."

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