Thursday, November 01, 2007

Strategy of Tension

There has been speculation that all the recent terror incidents in Britain are part of a 'strategy of tension' similar to that which brought terror to Greece, Italy and Turkey in the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s.

If elements of the security services could catch and kill someone on the London Underground and then claim that this was a Moslem terrorist, this would advance the fascist agenda.

It would support the idea that 9 11, the Bali Bombs, the Madrid Bombs and the London Bombs were the work of Moslem terrorists, rather than the work of the security services, using double agents and patsies.

When agents of the UK government shot dead the innocent Brazilian Jean Charles de Menezes, the police claimed that they had shot a dangerous terrorist.

Did elements of the security services hope to fool the public into thinking that the person who was shot was one of the London 'bombers' such as Hussain Osman?

aangirfan: A plot by a secretive section of the military to kill ...


Brian Coleman is deputy chairman of the Tory group on the London Assembly. "Mr Coleman had written in a blog: 'The Met commissioner has appeared somewhat the worse for wear at a number of official functions, most notably the London Mayors' Association Annual Dinner.'" - 'After the de Menezes verdict, how can Ian Blair stay in charge of the Met?'



"Ahmed Omar Abu Ali, a Saudi-American, was sentenced in a US federal court in Virginia to 30 years' imprisonment on 19 March 2006, but the jury was not allowed to hear evidence supporting his claim that he was tortured into confessing while he was held for one and a half years without charge or trial in Saudi Arabia." - A tale of three show-trials



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