THE RECENT ATtacks in india explained

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1/ Some Militant terrorists have attacked the financial hub of Mumbai, murdering over 170 people and wounding countless others.


has an interesting cast of charictors
likely carrying a 'maritious id card,
carrying chinese grenaides....

how could they swallow that?

being welcomed by the police chief?
under orders to teminate him?


doing the numbers 6 of them did get away

edited out

Too true Romany. The crazier parts of the American media were spruiking it as deliberately planned to coincide with Thanksgiving and therefore an attack on the American way of life. As such, it was interpreted as a clear signal for Obama to invade Pakistan at the earliest opportunity.
nobody knows the precise details and by the time they filter through they will have been through the spin cycles of several political entitites.

On the red flag business, if I understand the red flag thing right, it's obviously got some of the nuttier bulls ready for stampede, but I predict it won't have desired effect.


Just read your links, RObert.

It would appear to anyone reading them that Clinton's attack of 1998 was in retaliation to the first four attacks on the USA as detailed in, the link that you provided.

So, basically, your information supports my viewpoint. i.e. they brought it on themselves.


extra links here ... 240#128796


Mumbai attacks‘were a ploy to wreck Obama plan to isolate al-Qaeda’ ... 80%99.html

The carnage may have been an attempt to put Pakistan and India at each other’s throats and kill US hopes for the region.

Mumbai attacks - city fears five terrorists are‘missing’ ... ssing.html

At least five terrorist gunmen have evaded capture in Mumbai and could make a secondary strike on India’s financial capital,it was feared today.

Ministers offer to quit over Mumbai attacks ... tacks.html

A second top Indian politician offered to resign on Monday as the Indian government came under intense pressure over its handling of the Mumbai attacks, which claimed at least 192 lives in a rampage by a team of well-organised terrorists.

CIA Foreknowledge of the Mumbai Attacks ... tacks.html
Yesterday, reported that the CIA’s station chief in Delhi approached one of India’s intelligence agencies,the Research and Analysis Wing,

and passed on a fairly specific warning.

Mumbai attacks part of ‘blowback’ for CIA double-cross ... cross.html

The violence that is sweeping Mumbai’s tourist and business areas is the work of rival Hindu nationalist terrorists and Muslim gangs, according to WMR’s Asian intelligence sources

Mossad role in Turkey coup plot revealed ... ealed.html
Israel’s national intelligence agency Mossad has been behind a failed coup in Turkey,the Turkish daily newspaper,Milliyet reports.

Massacre in Mumbai: Militants ‘could drive nuclear-armed India to brink of war with Pakistan’ ... istan.html

Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari has appealed to India not to punish his country for last week’s attacks, saying militants could precipitate a regional war.


Anti-terror laws used to snoop on nursery suspected of selling pot plants unlawfully ... fully.html
A council used controversial anti-terror powers to spy on a nursery suspected of selling pot plants unlawfully, it has emerged.

Commons Backlash After MP Arrest ... rrest.html
Commons Speaker Michael Martin is under pressure to explain why police were allowed to raid the parliamentary office of Tory frontbencher Damian Green. ... a-job.html

Labour’s public sector spending has created a wave of ‘Soviet’ boroughs where around half the population depends on the state for work, figures revealed yesterday.


the results are emerging
the first part [but check out part two for the next stage]

also just before it was a expose on gmo /infertility

but the vidio reveals it is the same mob that killed ghandi
[for the same reason [ghandi] wanted to talk with the muslims too]
and neo con hindi' s didnt

same old same old
[after iraq then pakistan]but the neo cons need a world war[be it not this attack [then iraq
failing that they will interfere with europes gas supply from russia hoping to suck russia into their needed world war

its time to see that the neo con dont want peace
they want armogeddon[that all life die]
and certainly not pakies talking with indies

[neo cons] they are so fearfull they just need us to be in more fear[fear no evil]

Arrest Provides More Evidence India, Israel, and the U.S. Behind Mumbai Attacks

It is becoming increasingly a hard sell to pin the blame for the Mumbai attacks on Pakistan and thus set the stage for an attack on Pakistan after Barack Obama enters the White House in a few weeks. It now appears Indian intelligence played a large part in the terrorist attacks. ... tacks.html

Pak on track to being named terrorist state ... state.html
The United States is dusting off a long-discarded proposal to declare Pakistan a state sponsor of terrorism.

Pak extends ‘war exercise’ along border ... order.html
Intensifying its activities along the Indian border, Pakistan has extended its war exercise "Zarab Alwar". The Pakistan army’s move comes close on the heels of Mumbai terror attack.

Pakistan feared Indian attack after Mumbai: report ... eport.html
Pakistan feared India was planning a military strike amid heightened tensions between the two nuclear powers following the Mumbai attacks, Pakistan’s high commissioner to London told the BBC Saturday.

McCain warns Pakistan of Indian air strikes ... rikes.html
United States Senator John McCain has said there is enough evidence of the involvement of former Inter-Services Intelligence officers in the planning and execution of the Mumbai attacks.

Man arrested in Mumbai investigation is undercover cop ... r-cop.html

One of the two Indian men arrested for illegally buying mobile phone cards used by the gunmen in the Mumbai attacks was a counterinsurgency police officer who may have been on an undercover mission, security officials said Saturday, demanding
Posted by one under god, Monday, 8 December 2008 9:35:45 AM
men can't be pefect
god alone is perfect

Our leaders are just like we are
thus we can go where they been
and they realise where we are

propaganda is not designed to fool the critical thinker
but to give moral cowards an excuse not to think at all.

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