Sunday, November 30, 2008

Journalists and Mumbai

We are being lied to about the Bombay attacks.

The most 'independent' of the newspapers, like the UK Daily Mail, gave us some very useful information.

But, by the 30th November 2008, lots of 'disinformation' was appearing in almost all of the media.

"Notice the red cord on his right wrist.

"Tying a red thread or cord around the wrist is a Hindu practice and it is unlikely a Muslim, especially one politicized enough to carry out an attack such as this, would observe it." - Some pictures of the terrorists

Reportedly, only one 'terrorist gunmen' survived in Mumbai?

"The only terrorist captured alive after the Mumbai massacre has given police the first full account of the extraordinary events that led to it." - 'I was told to kill to my last breath': Captured terrorist's ...

Reportedly eight gunmenn survived.

"The Maharashtra Chief Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh told Associated Press that two British-born Pakistanis were among the eight gunmen arrested by Indian authorities." - Four Mumbai terrorists 'had links with Britain'

Reportedly, the 'only terrorist captured' just happens to be the guy in the photo.

His names is given as Kasab, Kamal, Kasav or Qasam, depending on which newspaper you read.

Is he a disinformation agent?

Reports have spoken of EIGHT gunmen being captured.

What happened to them? (Mumbai - Who Killed The Other 7 Captured Terrorists?)

(Three Pakistani militants held in Mumbai - media)

Ajmal Amir Kamal, 21, who was caught on a CCTV camera wearing a T-shirt with the logo "Versace," was reportedly being interrogated in a safe-house in Mumbai. - India probes Pakistan links to Mumbai attacks

"The confessions of the clean-shaven, fluent English-speaking 21-year-old Pakistani have given investigators a clearer picture of what had happened last Wednesday. Azam said he was member of the Lashkar-e-Taiba, but the Kashmir- based Pakistani militant group has denied any role in the attacks...

"Azam revealed the names of his fellow terrorists, all Pakistani citizens: Abu Ali, Fahad, Omar, Shoaib, Umer, Abu Akasha, Ismail, Abdul Rahman (Bara) and Abdul Rahman (Chhota).
But the 10 men were apparently not the only ones directly involved: Another group, he claimed, had checked themselves into hotels four days before, waiting with weapons and ammunition they had stockpiled in the rooms...

"Surprisingly, the men did not expect themselves to be suicide terrorists. Azam said they had originally planned to sail back on Thursday..." - Terrorists posed as Malaysian students

"Azam managed to shoot dead assistant police inspector Tukaram Umbale, while one of them also gunned down anti-terror squad chief Hemant Karkare." -ASIA NEWS NETWORK

"Azam Amir Kasab, 21, from Pakistan, said the attacks were meticulously planned six months ago... According to the account of Kasab’s interrogation, given by police sources, the terrorists were trained over five months in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir." - 'I was told to kill to my last breath': Captured terrorist gives police account of Mumbai massacre

"Kamal revealed that once their training was complete, his team of four travelled to the garrison town of Rawalpindi, where they were joined by another six terrorists, who had been trained at other camps close by." - The audacious attack which took a year to plan

"Ajmal Aamer Kasav, the surviving gunman, is understood to have told his interrogators the terrorists had switched ships to evade detection." - Indians claim terrorists took orders from Pakistan

"Surviving gunman identified as Mohammad Ajmal Qasam" - Surviving gunman identified as Mohammad Ajmal Qasam

"The Maharashtra Chief Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh told Associated Press that two British-born Pakistanis were among the eight gunmen arrested by Indian authorities." - Four Mumbai terrorists 'had links with Britain'

"Two British-born Pakistanis were among eight gunmen seized by Indian commandos who stormed buildings to free hostages...." - Mumbai attack: Government 'intensively' investigating British links

"The information was gathered from captured terrorists. ... There are also reports that Mumbai police may have impounded the four boats allegedly used by the..." -

"Police have captured one of the terrorists behind the Mumbai attack during the operation at the Taj Mahal hotel. He was named locally as Zakiruallah, a Punjabi from the Pakistan town of Faridkot." - Mumbai police capture terrorist alive and claim he is from ...

"Mumbai -- While the fire breaks out again at Taj hotel. The Mumbai police claims that NSG (National Security Guard) has arrested one of the terrorist. The terrorist has been identified as Abu Ismail from Faridkot, Pakistan." - One terrorist caught at Trident Hotel: Mumbai Police

Mossad And India Spy Agency Team Up, Target Pakistan

The Israeli Mossad False Flag Opperation Strikes In Mumbai

India TV claimed that the fighters phoned in twice

Friday, November 07, 2008

The Times told in advance that Labour would win Glenrothes?

We remember Independent Television News in the UK announcing, early in the morning, that Al Gore had beaten Bush.

The exit polls showed clearly that Gore had won.

When morning came, ITN News had to announce that Bush had won.

Was the Glenrothes by-election, in Scotland, rigged at the last moment?

A lot is at stake, including Scotland's fabulous oil and alternative energy wealth, and military bases.

The Times (Rupert Murdoch), Scottish edition, on 7 November 2008, has a story by Angus Macleod, entitled "Labour scent stunning victory at Glenrothes".

This story, written before the result was known, tells us that:

1. "The victory for Labour came as something of a surprise since senior Government sources had been briefing over the past 48 hours that they believed the seat was lost to the SNP."

2. "The result represents a major turnaround for Labour."

3. "...The victory comes on his (Gordon Brown's) home turf of Fife."

4. "For the SNP, the result spells the end of the political honeymoon..."

Had Macleod been tipped off by mysterious dark forces?

We know this news story was written before the result was known because Angus Macleod begins the story by writing:

"Gordon Brown appeared to have completed a remarkable political resurgence early this morning when Labour seemed to have overcome the odds and won the Glenrothes by-election...."