Friday, March 23, 2007

Operation Mass Appeal

“On April 6, 1979, the same Mossad terror unit... blew up the heavily guarded plant of CNIM industries at La Seyne-sur-Mer, near Toulon, in southeast France, where a consortium of French firms was building a nuclear reactor for Iraq.… The Mossad salted the site of the CNIM bomb blast with ‘clues’ followed up with anonymous phone calls to police — suggesting that the sabotage was the work of a conservative environmentalist group….” Cut-outs, moles, patsies and provocateurs
"The British contingent was traveling along the boundary...between Iran and Iraq...Two boats, each with a crew of six to eight multinational forces, were searching... Iranian boats Friday morning in Ras al-Beesha area in the northern entrance of the Arab Gulf, but big Iranian boats came and took the two boats with their crews to the Iranian waters."
On 24 April, 2006, John Pilger wrote in the New Statesman: “We now know that the BBC and other British media were used by MI6, the secret intelligence service. In what was called 'Operation Mass Appeal', MI6 agents planted stories about Saddam Hussein's weapons of mass destruction - such as weapons hidden in his palaces and in secret underground bunkers. All these stories were fake.” In an almost exact repeat of those events in 2002 and 2003, the British mainstream media are now reflexively boosting the US claim that Iran presents a threat to the West. UK Indymedia - MI6 Iran Disinfo: The Prelude to War?

The 7/7 London Bombings: How to Set Up a Patsy

Mr Sheridan has... suggested sinister forces from the world of espionage may have been trying to discredit him.
Police inquiry after ‘bug’ found in Sheridan’s car

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