Saturday, March 31, 2007

War gaming


"Ritter goes on to describe how Iranian opposition groups, including the well known right-wing terrorist organization known as Mujahedeen-e Khalq (MEK), once run by Saddam Hussein's dreaded intelligence services, but now working exclusively for the CIA's Directorate of Operations, are carrying out remote bombings in Iran of the sort that the Bush administration condemns on a daily basis inside Iraq. He also describes how to the north, in neighbouring Azerbaijan, the US military is preparing a base of operations for a massive military presence that will foretell a major land-based campaign designed to capture Tehran."
Iran War Underway: US and Britain Funding Right Wing Terrorists For Regime Change

Russian official says US will be ready to strike Iran in April

"The first parts of the Plan are to break up Iraq, break up Lebanon, and attack Syria. If you get confused by Iran talk, you’ll miss what they are really up to. The Plan hasn’t been going all that well. Iraq isn’t breaking up, Israel was defeated in Lebanon, the Americans didn’t take the bait last summer and attack Syria (representing the awakening of the American Establishment to the fact their government was being run by traitors like Abrams), the Saudis have belatedly woken up to the fact that Israel is not their friend and the Americans are out of control, and the current Zionist attack on Syria has had the unwanted effect of reconciling Syria with the Saudis..." permanent link

The Impeach Bush Club Parade Google Video

"The link is through his son, Junaid, who, in July 2005, married the daughter of Dawood Ibrahim, described by the US State Department four years ago as 'one of the preeminent criminals in the Indian underworld for most of the past two decades'".
Miandad maintains his influence

Dhaka seeks details of Dawood's links with Zia's son

Michael Gove... is a war gaming fan along with friend and colleague David Aaronovitch and like him a supporter of Israel
Cameron camp want to censor Channel 4 drama about the Army in Iraq

"My hunch is that Mathewson-Souter have no illusions about the UK's real economic condition and think that for Scotland to get out while the oil's still around (and into Europe, which interests Gordon not a whit) is the lesser risk." - Professor Christopher Harvie, SNP Holyrood candidate for Kirkcaldy. On the stump

"If the poll findings were translated into Holyrood seats, it would leave the SNP with 46, Labour with 39 and the Tories and Lib Dems with 18 each." SNP leads poll as Holyrood closes

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