Thursday, May 19, 2011


Baitullah Mehsud.

The 'Osama bin Laden compound' in Abbottabad was called Waziristan Haveli.

According to a neighbour called Danial: "There was a rumour in the neighbourhood that the man who lived there was Baitullah Mehsud’s nephew."

(Wana Haveli by Ali K Chishti in The Friday Times on 18 ‎May 2011)‎

Baitullah Mehsud was reportedly recruited by the CIA and was, or is, part of the CIA plot to break up Pakistan.

"For years the US mysteriously refused to kill former Pakistan Taliban chief Baitullah Mehsud via remote drone despite being offered his precise location by Pakistani intelligence authorities." (Pakistan's conspiracy cottage industry)

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

Perhaps the Abbottabad attack has something to do with Pakistan trying to kill those assets of the CIA who are trying to wreck Pakistan?

On 17 May 2011, we read more about the Mehsud clan and Abbottabad (Zainuddin Mehsuds' brother, cousins arrested near Abbottabad.)

"The security forces have arrested ... three family members of the ... militant leader Qari Zainuddin Mehsud from a mountain (two miles from Abbottabad) which is believed to be the hub of (Pakistan) Taliban militants, while three hotels were raided to hunt down foreign journalists...

"There are reports that two brothers and a cousin of Qari Zainuddin Mehsud ... were ... detained from the aforesaid area.

"Zainuddin’s reported cousins were identified as Ali Shaban Mehsud and Qari Zaryab Mehsud and his brother was identified as Abdullah."


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Asif Shah said...

Great job aangirfan

Asif Shah said...

Most of the ideas i took from your blog,if like so share your profile.
Truth is one of the rarest commodities in the times we are living through, to expose it to the masses is tantamount to slapping the entrenched power structure of the United States in their very face, but which, at times, someone needs to take the risk and do, otherwise, and what we are seeing in America now, lies become the truth because they are more comfortable for people to believe.

peter chamberlin said...

Qari Zainuddin Mehsud was an anti-Baitullah leader of the Taliban, who was once sheltered in Wana by another anti-Baitullah leader Mullah Nazir. Since the TTP could best be described as an anti-Taliban Pakistani group, then Nazir's and Qari's forces could best be described as anti-anti-Taliban. When Baitullah's man killed Qari Zain, Qari was buried in a Shia cemetary (considered kfir) and his family was hurried-off to Abbottabad to hide-out.

John Friend said...

The lies coming from the government and media have reached absurd levels with this bin Laden nonsense. It's not even remotely believable. They aren't even trying to be clever with their deceptions anymore.

I'm not sure there is much anyone can really do about it. Most here in the US are complicit in the system, including myself in some ways (I pay taxes), and have a vested interest in maintaining the status quo. We are over here living in an artificial reality constructed by the government and media. Well, most of us are anyways.

I'm just focused on doing what I can to wake those around me up to the lies, but it's tough work. The wars don't affect anyone directly, except those in the military, and most of them that I talk to buy the bullshit from the government anyways, and have no problem going over to participate in the organized murder and destruction of Muslim countries. Very sad situation my friends. Very sad.

Thanks for all the info aangirfan.

Anonymous said...

Excellent analysis. Always timely.

Every once in a while, there's a glitch in the software. From the LA Times, April 1, 2009: "Our mission is to continue jihad in Afghanistan and Pakistan and to avenge drone attacks, even inside America," Baitullah Mehsud.

In the same article, a "military source" said Mehsud's remarks show "how dangerous he and his group are." But a CIA source said "I think it's (the remarks) a lot of boasting on his part." FBI representative Richard Kolko said, "We are not aware of any imminent or specific threats to the U.S" by Mehsud.

Of course Mehsud became what Richard Holbrooke needed him to be, the man behind the next 9/11 and, thus, Mehsud's manufactured image became the "threat" that justified the ongoing incursions into Afghanistan and Pakistan.

As for the United States, Congress has a single digit approval rating and does nothing different. All the leading candidates are below 50% approval. There is no relationship between the will of the people and the actions of their representatives.

One note of real interest. The candidate receiving the highest percentage of campaign donations from active military is ... Ron Paul. Fascinating considering Paul's call to end wars of aggression and dismantle overseas bases. Regardless of Paul's inconsistencies, the ideas he advances on foreign policy have captured 75% of active military presidential contributions.

Anon said...

Very many thanks for all the comments.

- Aangirfan

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