Thursday, May 10, 2007


Qatar is next to Saudi Arabia. Peteano is in North East Italy.

The Tony Blair - New Labour Record

"PRESIDENT Bush planned to bomb Arab TV station al-Jazeera in friendly Qatar, a 'Top Secret' No 10 memo reveals.The memo, which also included details of troop deployments, turned up in May last year at the Northampton constituency office of then Labour MP Tony Clarke. Cabinet Office civil servant David Keogh, 49, is accused under the Official Secrets Act of passing it to Leo O'Connor, 42." - source

Iraq whistleblower found guilty of breaching UK secrets act

Daniele Ganser, professor of contemporary history at Bale University: "Judge Felice Casson was able to prove that the true author of the bombing in Peteano in 1972, that had shocked Italy, and that had been attributed up to that moment to the extreme left militants, was Vincenzo Vinciguerra, linked to 'Ordine Nuovo', a group of the extreme right wing. Vinciguerra avoided blame for the bombing in Peteano with the help of the Italian secret services...

"The head of the French secret services, admiral Pierre Lacoste, confirmed that these secret armies existed in France as well, and that France had also been involved in terrorist attacks...

"Is it a coincidence that Osama Ben Laden’s Muslims have struck exactly at the precise moment that the occidental countries were starting to understand that an oil crisis was announcing itself?" - NATO’s Hidden Terrorism

"Richard Clarke was running the country on 9/11/2001, and was the 'point man' for the Oligarchs... MI-6 and MOSSAD were involved in the events of 9/11/2001." Webster Tarpley - Synthetic Terrorism - Part 2

"Richard Clarke was the chief counter-terrorism adviser on the U.S. National Security Council for both the latter part of the Clinton Administration and early part of the George W. Bush Administration through the time of the 9/11 terrorist attacks." Richard A. Clarke - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


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