Tuesday, December 02, 2008


clipped from: www.infowars.com

It has now been confirmed that the Indian security services received numerous precise warnings that terrorists were planning to arrive by sea and attack the Taj Mahal hotel, but if anything security was relaxed, allowing the terrorists to prolong the attack for days and not hours.

Many Indians are furious at the botched response that allowed the attacks to drag on for days and are incredulous at eyewitness reports of Indian police refusing to fire back at the terrorists

Sebastian D’Souza, a picture editor at the Mumbai Mirror, took many of the now infamous photos of the terrorists, but his main concern at the time was the fact that armed police would not shoot at the terrorists despite them being sitting ducks.

An obvious effort to pin the blame on Lashkar-e-Toiba and by extension Pakistan, despite the terrorist group’s flat denial of responsibility, is now encapsulated by the suspected manufacturing of evidence.

Satellite phones and identity documents linking the attack to Pakistanis was conveniently discovered by the Indians

the Indians killed all but one of the terrorists, a clean cut English speaking Pakistani, Azam Amir Qasab, who is singing from the same hymn sheet as the Indians implicating Pakistan

The corporate media has swallowed the story hook line and sinker, refusing to even raise the prospect that such a confession was obtained through torture.
How can it possibly benefit Pakistan to now have the full might of the U.S. military, with an incoming president who’s made it very clear that he’s fully prepared to expand the bombing raids, trained on Pakistan

This wasn’t an attempt to decapitate government in any way - it was an indiscriminate assault on innocent people

It was a senseless massacre that will ultimately help the geopolitical agenda of nobody other than the Indians and the U.S., who now have the perfect pretext to expand bombing raids in Pakistan and entrench themselves in Afghanistan.

the attack was always going to be blamed on Pakistan as a means of re-igniting a nuclear cold war that reaped massive profits for the military-industrial complex who armed both sides the last time such tensions peaked at the start of the decade.

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