Wednesday, August 20, 2008


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Are the CIA and its friends using terror in order to put pressure on the government of Algeria?

On 19 August 2008, a bomb attack east of Algiers killed 43 people (Algeria bomb attack kills 43) and al Qaeda (the CIA) has been blamed.

The USA and Russia are competing to get control of North Africa's oil and gas.

The Globe and Mail, 18 August 2008, reported (Russia crushes Europe's energy strategy):

"Thanks to Russia's invasion of Georgia on Aug. 8, Georgia's role as a secure energy transit point to Europe has been shattered...

"Time for Diversification Plan B. A big part of the plan would have to see Europe turning the Mediterranean into mare nostrum - our sea - as the Romans called it in the empire years.

"The North African countries of Libya and Algeria, and Syria in the Eastern Med to a lesser extent, have vast, undeveloped oil and gas fields...

"Algeria's gas reserves are mammoth."

On 6 August 2008, Algerian state-owned energy group Sonatrach announced four oil and gas finds in the Sahara desert, bringing to 13 the number of hydrocarbon discoveries this year. (Algeria's Sonatrach says makes new oil/gas finds)

Iran and Algeria, holders of the second and sixth-largest natural gas reserves, support the formation of a gas exporters group similar to OPEC. (Algeria, Iran want to see a natural gas 'OPEC' )

Photo of Algiers coast by Damien Boilley, August 3, 2005. Source: Flickr.

On 11 December 2007, bombs exploded in Algiers.

A number of students at Ben Aknoun university were killed.

What was the reaction of students at the Ben Aknoun campus?

Students, while taking part in a protest at the University, made it clear that they are very well informed about what is really going on!

When asked by a journalist from El-Watan, the demonstrators 'began by discounting Al-Qaeda's authorship of the attacks.' ( Reactions to the December 11, 2007 Algiers Attacks )

'They should stop babbling on about Al-Qaeda and the GSPC,' said a certain Sara...

She added: 'They (i.e. those who accuse Al-Qaeda and the GSPC) shouldn't be laying this on Islam...'

'It is the U.S. that, at the Pentagon, makes and breaks the world. Who created Al-Qaeda? They're just something that the CIA thought up…' said Hakim.

The newspapers and 'extremist Islamic' websites available to students in Algeria are most likely controlled by the CIA and its friends in French and Israeli intelligence.

So it is good news that these Algerian students have not been taken in by the lies and propaganda of the CIA controlled media.

In March 2006, Russia and Algeria signed military equipment contracts worth around $8 billion. This was after Putin had visited Algeria.

In August 2006, the state gas companies of Algeria and Russia signed a cooperation pact.

In 2006, Algeria supported Russia’s suggestion of creating a ‘natural gas OPEC’.

However, on 10 December 2006, the terror began. A bus carrying foreign oil workers was bombed 10 km (6 miles) west of Algiers, killing the Algerian driver and a Lebanese worker.

On 4 March 2007, a Russian was killed in a roadside attack southwest of Algiers on a bus carrying workers for a Russian gas pipeline construction company.

The Algerian oil and gas company then declared that it was stopping cooperation with Russia's Gazprom.

And, Algeria suspended weapons supplies from Russia.

Ruslan Pukhov, director of the Strategy and Technology Analysis Center, believes “there is a confrontation of interests between military and energy officials” in Algeria’s political elite.

“In both groups, there are pro-Russia, pro-France, and pro-American groupings which fight for their partners’ interests. At least six ‘clans’ confront each other, winning in turns,” the expert said. (One-Sided Cooperation)


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