Thursday, July 23, 2009


Philippines by lionel bodilis

The US military needs an excuse to be in the Philippines.

In early July 2009, just days before a visit to Manila by CIA director Leon Panetta, there were bombings on the southern Philippines island of Mindanao.

12 people died.

There were earlier explosions in Manilla.

Since December 2000, 671 Filipinos have been killed in bombings.

Bombshell conspiracies in the Philippines


A. Were people within President Gloria Arroyo's government responsible for the explosions?

Reportedly there are 'fears that Arroyo may soon declare martial law or a state of emergency.'

This could allow Arroyo to extend her presidency beyond her legally limited six-year term.

Bombshell conspiracies in the Philippines

Former House speaker Jose de Venecia has claimed publicly that the bombs are part of a plot to justify the declaration of martial law.

A former Arroyo ally de Venecia claimed such a plot has actually been discussed by administration insiders.

De Venecia likened the bombings to a plot by Ferdinand Marcos in 1972.

Marcos reportedly arranged false flag bombings in Manila and a false flag assassination attempt against his defense minister.

Martial law allowed Marcos to avoid legal term limits.

B. Under secretary of Justice Ricardo Blancaflor has said that recent bombings could be the work of Arroyo's enemies.

Blancaflor favours more US military assistance.

US soldiers have provided training and logistical support to the Philippines military.

The military has blamed the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF).

A peace-for-autonomy deal unraveled last August.

General Sabban claimed that Jemaah Islamiyah had recently trained both MILF and the al-Qaeda-linked (or CIA-linked) Abu Sayyaf terror group.

MILF spokesperson Eid Kabalu denied involvement.

He said that his group had nothing to gain from killing civilians and terrorizing their own communities.

Bombshell conspiracies in the Philippines

Philippines by lionel bodilis

C. Michael Meiring, a suspected CIA operative, spent time in the Philippines.

Michael Meiring

In 2002, Meiring injured himself in an explosion in his own hotel room.

A Philippine government investigation determined the centre of the blast came from an assembled bomb kept in a metal box owned by Meiring.

BusinessWorld, a leading Philippine newspaper, published articles accusing Meiring of being a CIA agent involved in covert operations ‘to justify the (recent) stationing of American troops and bases in Mindanao.’




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