Friday, October 13, 2006

The sad state of UK military intelligence

Election results in countries such as Pakistan, Malaysia and Indonesia usually show electorates overwhelmingly rejecting extremist Islamic parties. When minorities vote for Moslem parties, they do not necessarily want a strict Islamic way of life. Video: Moslem party procession in Jakarta

Listen to the nonsense talked by Britain’s top general, Sir Richard Dannatt:

"We can’t wish the Islamist challenge to our society away and I believe that the army both in Iraq and Afghanistan and probably wherever we go next, is fighting the foreign dimension of the challenge to our accepted way of life."

"We need to face up to the Islamist threat, to those who act in the name of Islam and in a perverted way try to impose Islam by force on societies that do not wish it."

Source: Army chief declares war on Blair: 'We must quit Iraq soon'


Dannatt should know that (1) the CIA put Saddam into power ( Exclusive: Saddam Was key in early CIA plot) (2) the recent military invasion of Iraq has turned a secular Iraq into a more Islamist Iraq. (3) Britain has always been a threat to Iraq, but Iraq has never been a threat to Britain.


Dannat should know that (1) the CIA put the Mujahadeen into power in Afghanistan (CRG -- The CIA's Intervention in Afghanistan ) (2) recent Western interventions in Afghanistan have made the country more Islamic.

The Islamist threat?

Election results in countries such as Pakistan, Malaysia and Indonesia usually show electorates overwhelmingly rejecting extremist Islamic parties.

Secular parties normally top the polls.

Malaysia: General Election, March 2004: the moderate National Front (BN) won 90.4% of all the seats in parliament. The big loser was the Islamic party (PAS).

Indonesia: in the 2004 elections the two parties that came top, Golkar and PDI, are secular parties.

Pakistan: normally the extremists get less than 6% of the vote. In 2002: Musharraf stayed in power. The increase in support for the anti-American Islamic groups in two provinces next to Afghanistan was probably due to the fact that Musharraf has supported Bush over Iraq.

Surely General Dannatt knows that the threat to world peace comes from the USA and its allies.

According to Michel Chossudovsky ("Cold War Shivers": War Preparations in the Middle East and Central Asia ):

"Lebanon constitutes a strategic corridor between Israel and North-western Syria. The underlying objective of this war was the militarization of Lebanon, including the stationing of foreign troops, as a precondition for carrying out the next phase of a broader military agenda...

"In February 2005, NATO signed a military cooperation agreement with Israel...

"British troops stationed in Iraq have been redeployed to the Iranian border in southern Iraq...

"The war against Iran is part of a longer term US military agenda which seeks to militarize the entire Caspian sea basin, eventually leading to the destabilization and conquest of the Russian Federation...

"If the attacks directed against Iran and Syria were to proceed, martial law and/or a state of emergency could be declared in the US and possibly Britain on the pretext that the homeland is under attack by Iran sponsored terrorists."

An Islamic Caliphate?

Dr G. Rauf Roashan, at on 15 July 2005, wrote 'Islamic Caliphate: Myth or Reality'. (

Roashan points out that the Islamic world is divided:

1. "It is divided into Arabs and non-Arabs."

The Moslems in countries such as Indonesia, India, Bangladesh, China, Malaysia, Pakistan, Iran, Turkey and Afghanistan are not Arabs.

2. "It is divided into Sunni and Shiite sects."

In various parts of the world, from Pakistan to Iraq, there has been conflict been Sunnis and Shiites. Shia Iran fought an Iraq which was led by Sunnis.

Xymphora wrote: "The new Shi'ite Empire will completely mess up the Middle East, and create tensions that will keep Israel's enemies busy for years, while Israel slowly builds 'Greater Israel'."

3. "It is divided by affluence and poverty."

The upper classes in countries such as Indonesia, Saudi Arabia and Pakistan are unlikely to disappear. The elite control the money and the military. The elite tend to ally secretly with the USA and Israel.

4. "It is divided by the allegiance of its members to one or other foreign power with vested interests and designs".

Reportedly, the Indonesian military has had links to the USA and Israel.

Pakistan's security service is reportedly linked to the CIA.

The Saudi royals have business links to top Americans such as the Bush family.

Iran's ayatollahs have been armed by the USA.

Saddam Hussein was reportedly put into power by the Americans.


So many Moslems seem to be working for the CIA and its friends; so many Moslems seem to vote for pro-Pentagon politicians.
Al-Qaeda boss Ayman al Zawahiri fought for the CIA in Bosnia.

His brother Zaiman al-Zawahiri fought for the CIA in Kosovo.

According to January 2000 U.S. Congressional testimony, Ayman al-Zawahiri was granted U.S. residence by the Immigration and Naturalization Service - something almost impossible for many legitimate immigrants to obtain.


Blackburn is the UK constituency of UK Foreign Secretary, Jack Straw, who is of Jewish origin.

In the 2005 general Election, many Moslem voters were persuaded to vote for the Labour Party's Jack Straw.

One voter of Pakistani origin told The Independent that Labour kept its hold through the mosque committee. "It is 100 per cent Labour. They control the mosque. They frighten the people."


Egypt's Nasser, Syria's Asad and and Libya's Qadafi, set up the United Arab Republic consisting of Egypt, Syria and Libya. It lasted from 1958 -61.

The Syrians did not like being bossed about by the Egyptians who seemed to treat Syria as a colony. The UAR collapsed in 1961 after a coup d'├ętat in Syria.


So, who are the real terrorists?

Two prominent European politicians saying that 9/11 was an inside job that was planned and carried out by the Bush Administration.

'9/11 Truth: Micheal Meacher & Andreas von Bulow (Part 1)

9/11 Truth: Michael Meacher & Andreas von Bulow (Part 2)

The Truth about the 7/07 London Bombings Pt 1.

The Truth About The London Bombings Pt 2


1 comment:

musafir said...

Interesting. Geographically, we are far apart (I'm near San Francisco in the United States) but on the same wave length on most issues.

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