Samstag, 30. Mai 2009

Das US State Department und deren Terroristische Anschläge im Ausland

Im Moment erzählen die US State Department Leute, wieder Geschichten, das man keine Terroristen unterstütze. Dies zu den Anschlägen im Ausland.

Peinlich wenn die Fakten und ganz offiziell das Gegenteil beweisen. So bezeichnete ja der US Sonder Gesandte Gelbard, selbst vor dem Kongreß u.a. die Kosovaren UCK - KLA als Terroristische Organisation, welche wie man heute weiß, gezielt im Kosovo Terror Anschläge vor allem in 1998 organisierte, inklusive indem man Zivilisten ermordete um eine Gegen Reaktion des Staates heraus zu fordern.

Hinzu kommen ja die vielen Morde im Ausland und in Pakistan und Afghanistan wie im Irak, Bomben Terror gegen arme Dörfer, was ein Terroristischer Akt ist.

US-Magazin "The New Yorker" berichtet:
USA planen angeblich Bombenangriff auf Ziele in Iran

Autor Seymour Hersh

Wenn Seymour Hersh das sogar ausdrücklich sagt, so wird durch das US Statedepartment, was ja auch die Wort Schöpfung Al-Quida erfunden hat, einfach mal wieder ein Berg von Lügen durch das US Statedepartment verbreitet. Die Finanzierung von Kriminellen und Terroristen, ist geradezu eine Methode des CIA und des US Statedepartment in der Welt.

Die aktuellen Islamischen Terroristen wurden ja auch vom CIA finanziert und aufgebaut im Kampf gegen die Russen in Afghanistan.

Bombenexplosion in Irans Grenzregion
19 Tote bei Anschlag auf voll besetzte Moschee
Provinzbeamter: USA haben Terroristen angeheuert

Der Vizegouverneur beahaptete, die Terroristen seien von den USA bezahlt worden: "Es ist bestätigt worden, dass die Personen hinter dem terroristischen Anschlag in Sahedan von den USA angeheuert wurden", sagte Jalal Sayah der Agentur FARS. Bei ersten Vernehmungen hätten drei der Festgenommenen dies ausgesagt, sagte er. Das US-Außenministerium wies derlei Behauptungen scharf zurück. "Wir sponsern keinerlei Form von Terrorismus", sagte der Sprecher Ian Kelly.

Saudis fund Balkan Muslims spreading hate of the West ^

Posted on Sonntag, 28. März 2010 23:19:17 by kronos77
SAUDI ARABIA is pouring hundreds of millions of pounds into Islamist groups in the Balkans, some of which spread hatred of the West and recruit fighters for jihad in Afghanistan.
According to officials in Macedonia, Islamic fundamentalism threatens to destabilise the Balkans. Strict Wahhabi and Salafi factions funded by Saudi organisations are clashing with traditionally moderate local Muslim communities.
Fundamentalists have financed the construction of scores of mosques and community centres as well as handing some followers up to £225 a month. They are expected not only to grow beards but also to persuade their wives to wear the niqab, or face veil, a custom virtually unknown in the liberal Islamic tradition of the Balkans.
Government sources in traditionally secular Macedonia (official title the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia), said they were monitoring up to 50 Al-Qaeda volunteers recruited to fight in Afghanistan.
Classified documents seen by The Sunday Times reveal that Macedonian officials are also investigating a number of Islamic charities, some in Saudi Arabia, which are active throughout the Balkans and are suspected of spreading extremism and laundering money for terrorist organisations.
One of the groups under scrutiny is the International Islamic Relief Organisation from Saudi Arabia, which is on a United Nations blacklist of organisations backing terrorism. It did not respond to inquiries, but has previously denied involvement in terrorist activities, calling such claims “totally unfounded”.
According to its website, it works in 32 countries to provide relief to the victims of natural disasters and to carry out humanitarian, health and educational projects.
“Hundreds of millions have been poured into Macedonia alone in the past decade and most of it comes from Saudi Arabia,” said a government source. “The Saudis’ main export seems to be ideology, not oil.”

The blackmail of America: How the United States became Albania's enforcer
The Washington Times ^ | March 4, 2010 | Julia Gorin

Something happened after President Clinton's 1999 war in Kosovo: It never ended. Its continuation was characterized by anti-Serb arson, kidnappings, bombings of NATO-escorted civilian buses and efforts to kill everyone from schoolgirls to octogenarians, plus the rare peacekeeper who tried to prevent any of this.
Toward the end of 1999, several major newspapers reported on findings that mass graves such as the infamous Trepca zinc mine turned up empty, as did the stadium we were told was being used as a concentration camp. Anyone reading this one-time follow-up also would have learned that the "cleansing" of 800,000 Albanians had more to do with NATO bombs and Kosovo Liberation Army orders than with the outrageous claim that Serbia was trying to empty the province...

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