Monday, March 22, 2010


Photo: Kamal Narang

A large number of Indians now suspect that the CIA carried out the 2008 Mumbai attacks.

According to India's Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar: "For the first time in recent years, the Indian public has closed ranks with prevalent opinion in Pakistan that sees the US as a diabolic, self-centered power, which double-crosses its partners, friends and allies in single-minded pursuit of its interests." (A spy unsettles US-India ties)

The American FBI has made a bargain with the American 'CIA agent' David Headley.

Headley planned the terrorist attack in Mumbai in November 2008.

The deal means that the US government doesn't have to produce any evidence against Headley in a court.

That evidence might have included details of Headley's links with US intelligence.

The deal means there will be no cross-examination of Headley.

The deal means that the families of the 166 people who died cannot have lawyers questioning Headley.

The FBI is not allowing Headley's extradition to India.

The FBI is not allowing Indian agencies to interrogate Headley regarding his links with US and Pakistani intelligence.

In return for pleading guilty to the charges against him Headley will get a light sentence.

On 23 March 2010, M K Bhadrakumar, a former Indian Ambassador, wrote "A spy unsettles US-India ties"

According to the ambassador:

The Obama administration is involved in a cover-up.

The plea bargain refers to the Pakistani handlers of Headley as A, B, C and D.

We will never know who they are.

After the Lockerbie Bombing in 1988, the UK government allowed the American authorities access.

The plea bargain confirms that Headley worked for the US Drug Enforcement Administration which works closely with the CIA.

The US government is trying to hide something, "and what better way to do that than by placing Headley in safe custody and not risk exposing him to Indian intelligence?

"...Clearly, the Obama administration was apprehensive that Headley might spill the beans if the Indians got hold of him and the trail could then lead to his links with the CIA..."

The Americans are hoping to manipulate the Indian elite, including big business.

"The Indian public has closed ranks with prevalent opinion in Pakistan that sees the US as a diabolic, self-centred power..."

Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's has had a pro-American foreign policy.

He has favoured the entry of American companies into the Indian market for nuclear power deals.

"A rethink on foreign policy has now become almost inevitable.

"Delhi recently rolled out the red carpet to Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin.

"Delhi may now seriously engage Tehran...

"Delhi can be expected now to work full throttle to resist the US-Pakistani game plan to engage the Taliban and to reintegrate them in Afghan power structures..."

Putin Delhi visit to result in jet fighter sales: Voice of Russia


arthur zbygniew said...

this link may give you a fuller picture:
the mumbai attacks, mideast balkanisation

also here:
intel updates: dubai, india, russia-poland

nobody said...

Thanks for keep us up to date on this Aang. But mate, are you really confused as to what's going on here? Or just keeping up appearances of neutrality? From where I sit it all looks pretty straightforward. Amazingly it looks like the good guys have the upper hand.

As to the flipside, somehow I doubt that the bad guys who'd planned to blow up civilians and blame it all on Muslims and Greeks would have arrested the good guys on the grounds that they planned to blow up civilians and blame it all on Muslims and Greeks. You know what I mean? It sort of gives the game away. Sure they might have put the opposition on the backfoot but at what price?

Anon said...

LOL. We are keeping up appearances of neutrality.

- Aangirfan

nobody said...

Sorry Aang, my above comment was meant to go on the Turkey story above. As for 'neutrality' I am happy to withdraw it. But reportedly it's been said that apparently you're given to qualification, ha ha.

It has been known to confuse a fellow. Er... reportedly, that is.

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