Iraq: terror plot in Kurdistan against US and EU?

Iran: On May 06 the semi-official Iranian news agency Fars reported, that "a man" got arrested by Iranian authorities on suspicion of leaking secrets of Iran`s disputed nuclear activities to an exiled opposition group called the "People`s Mujahideen".(1)

Saaid Mortazavi, Tehran`s prosecutor, also confirmed on May 05 that the intelligence service was investigating the case of former senior nuclear negotiator Hossein Moussavian. Mortazavi confirmed to Fars news agency that Moussavian was jailed in Tehran but declined to give further detailsPapers reported that the Fars news agency had said, there was speculation that as former senior member of Iran`s nuclear delegation, Moussavian was being held in connection with the nuclear programme, but didn`t provide precise information.
Moussavian was also Iran`s ambassador in Germany in the 1990s and well known among European officials.

Irbil, Iraq, two days ago, on May 09:
Two things happen:
Dick Cheney arrives in Bagdad and at least 14 people die while 87 get hurt by an explosion in front of the Interior Ministry ministry of Kurdistan.
A car bomb by a suicide bomber, a "regular Al Qaeda tactic" is reported by officials and news agencies.
No group claimes responsibility for the blast, but the senior Kurdish lawmaker Mahmoud Othman tells the AP that the al-Qaeda linked group of Ansar al-Sunnah is behind the attack (2).

The blast tears a 2-meter-deep crater in front of the regional Interior Ministry.(15)
It could have been of interest for the public, that a crater can not be the result of a "regular Al Qaeda tactic", a car bomb.
Craters are produced by mortars or rockets. has some information about this. (4)

Of course that kind of the most simple information could have been of interest before, considering a lot of massacres entering the stage of the theatre of war since its bloody curtain got lifted.

It is also interesting, that the Kurdish Intelligence expected such an attack.(16)


Wikipedia says the following (5):
The People's Mujahedin of Iran (PMOI, also MEK, MKO) is a militant political party that advocates overthrowing the government in the Islamic Republic of Iran and replacing it with its own leadership.
PMOI is designated as a terrorist organization by the United States, Canada, European Union, and Iran. Although the European Court of Justice has overturned this designation in December 2006, the Council of the EU declared on 30 January 2007 that it would maintain the organization on the blacklist.

PMOI claims that it is the main organization in the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), an "umbrella coalition". However this claim has been criticised by the FBI, and individuals including Michael Axworthy, a senior public servant in the United Kingdom that believe NCRI is merely a front group for the PMOI. The PMOI's armed wing is called the National Liberation Army of Iran (NLA). The Iranian government officially refers to the organization as the Monafeqin (i.e., "Hypocrites").

The People's Mujahedin of Iran is known by a variety of names including
* Monafiqeen-e-Khalq (MEK) - the Iranian government consistently refers to the People's Mujahedin with this name, meaning "traitors of the people".
* Mojahedin-e-Khalq Organization (MKO)
* The National Liberation Army of Iran
* (Disputed) National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) - the PMOI is the founding member of a wide coalition of organizations called the NCRI, while others including the FBI claim that the NCRI is either an "alias" for or a front group for the PMOI.

The MKO alias is often used when the PMOI is referenced in the media, or by national governments around the world. The term MKO and PMOI are therefore interchangeable.

The PMOI claims to have a 30,000 - 50,000 strong armed guerrilla force, based in Iraq, but a membership of between 3,000 - 4,000 is considered more likely. In 2005 the US think-tank, Council on Foreign Relations, believed that the PMOI had 10,000 members, one-third to one-half of whom were fighters. The think-tank claims PMOI membership has dwindled, the organization has had little success attracting new recruits.
According to a 2003 article by the New York Times, the PMOI would be composed of 5,000 - many of them female - fighters based in Iraq. A recent census of Ashraf, where the aging population is "fighters" is located, has a little more than 3500 member with less than 900 women there.

The People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran was founded by middle-class students at Tehran University, Mohammad Hanifnejad, Saied Mohsen and Ali-Asghar Badizadegan in 1965. The PMOI opposed the rule of Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi because it considered it corrupt and oppressive. In its first five years, the group primarily engaged in ideological work, combining both fundamentalist interpretations of Islam and Marxist philosophy.

Before carrying out any military operations against the Shah's regime, a raid by the Shah's secret police, SAVAK, arrested the entire leadership and 90 percent of its cadres. All but one of its leaders were executed. Other members remained incarcerated for many years, with the last group, including Massoud Rajavi, being released just before Khomeini arrived in Tehran in January 1979. The PMOI conducted anti-Western attacks prior to the Islamic Revolution.

Since then, it has conducted militant attacks against the interests of the cleric-dominated governmental system in Iran and abroad. According to the presentation of the MEK by the Foreign Affairs group of the Australian Parliament, the group has been accused of conducting several assassinations of U.S. military personnel and civilians working in Iran during the 1970s and of having actively supported the U.S. embassy takover in Tehran in 1979.

Ideologically, the MKO is difficult to describe. Originally being based on a syncretic amalgamation of Marxist and Islamic ideas, the MKO was subject to a number of rapid ideological shifts and has developed a strong sense of veneration for its leading couple, Masoud Rajavi and Maryam Rajavi, which some have described as a personality cult. Although its leaders presents themselves as Muslims, the MKO describes itself as a secular organization: "The National Council of Resistance believes in the separation of Church and State."

According to the U.S. Department of State' presentation of the MKO, the philosophy of the MKO is a combination of Marxism, Nationalism and Islam.

In more recent years under the guidance of Maryam Rajavi the organisation has adopted strong feminist principles. Women have now assumed the most senior positions of responsibility within the ranks of the MKO and although women make up only a third of fighters, two-thirds of its commanders are women. Rajavi ultimately believes that women should exert hegemony and dominance over men.

To bring the opposition to the Iranian government under one umbrella organization, the PMOI formed the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI). The MKO claims that in the past 25 years, the NCRI has evolved into a 540-member parliament-in-exile, with a specific platform that emphasizes free elections, gender equality and equal rights for ethnic and religious minorities.

The MKO claims that it also advocates a free-market economy and supported peace in the Middle East. The FBI claims that the NCRI "is not a separate organization, but is instead, and has been, an integral part of the MKO at all relevant times" and that the NCRI is "the political branch" of the MKO, rather than vice versa. Although the PMOI is today the main organization of the NCRI, the latter previously hosted other organizations, such as the Kurdistan Democratic Party of Iran.


After playing a key role in the 1979 Iranian Revolution because of its Muslim identity and the ability to mobilize hundreds of thousands of workers, students, and most importantly, many younger army officers, the PMOI emerged as the largest opposition group in the country. Its daily publication, Mojahed, had a circulation of 600,000 copies.
The newly established regime of Ayatollah Khomeini in Iran began to feel threatened by the PMOI militant activities and started to launch a fierce campaign to crush it. Hundreds of PMOI supporters and members were killed from 1979 to 1981, and some 3,000 were arrested.

Ultimately, the organization called for a massive demonstration on June 20, 1981, to protest against the new leadership under the banner of Islam. Khomeini ordered the guards to open fire on the protesters. Hundreds were killed and many more wounded.

That night, hundreds were summarily executed in Evin Prison and elsewhere, some without their identities ever being established. This was considered one of the most severe human-rights violations in the history of the Islamic Republic.

In 28 June 1981, two years after the Islamic Revolution of Iran, the MKO detonated bombs in the headquarters of the now-dissolved Islamic Republic Party. Around 70 high ranking officials, including Chief Justice Mohammad Beheshti, cabinet members, and members of parliament, were killed.

Two months later, the MKO detonated another bomb in the office of the president, killing President Rajai and Premier Mohammad Javad Bahonar. These are considered the most important attacks in the history of the MKO against the Iranian government.


Eventually, PMOI relocated to France, where it operated until 1986, date of the problems arising between Paris and Tehran concerning the Eurodif nuclear stake and the French hostages crisis in Lebanon. From then on, the PMOI resided in Iraq, protected by Saddam Hussein who was in war against Tehran since 1981.

Between 1,400 to 30,000 political prisoners from the MKO, and also from the Tudeh Party of Iran, were assassinated during the 1988 massacre of Iranian prisoners, following Mersad.

Dissident Ayatollah Montazeri has written in his memoirs that this massacre, deemed a crime against humanity, was ordered by Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini and carried out by several high-ranking members of Iran's current government. Ahmad Khomeini, whom Montazeri accused of collaboration in the killings, has died mysteriously during the Chain Murders of Iran.

In 1986, after then French Prime Minister Jacques Chirac struck a deal with Tehran for the release of French hostages held prisoners by the Hezbollah in Lebanon, PMOI was forced to leave France and relocated in Iraq. Investigative journalist Dominique Lorentz has related the 1986 capture of French hostages to an alleged blackmail of France by Tehran concerning the nuclear program.

he MKO transferred its headquarters to Iraq in 1986. According to the US State Department, the MKO received all of its military support and most of its financial assistance from Saddam's regime until the 2003 Invasion of Iraq. But the MKO denies these accusations and insists that it had always remained independent of Iraq. The MKO also has used front organizations to solicit contributions from expatriate Iranian communities.

Near the end of the 1980-1988 war with Iran, Baghdad armed the MKO with military equipment and sent it into action against Iranian forces. The MKO's decision to move its headquarters to Iraq in the middle of the war, caused the MKO to lose most of its supporters in Iran, regardless of their views towards the Iranian government. The National Iranian American Council (NIAC), which receives funds from the National Endowment for Democracy, claims that "as a result (of their alliance with Saddam Hussein during the war), they are viewed as traitors by the overwhelming majority of Iranians and Iranian Americans.".

A report by the Foreign Affairs group of the Australian Parliament states "(The MKO) is believed to have lost much of its popular support within Iran since siding with Iraq". The MKO claims it has always maintained its independence from its Iraqi host and denies "siding with Iraq" during the Iran-Iraq War.

According to presentations of the MKO by the U.S. Department of State and the Foreign Affairs group of the Australian Parliament, the MKO are accused of having assisted the Iraqi Republican Guard in suppressing the Kurdish and Shiite uprisings in Iraq after the 1991 Persian Gulf War.
Maryam Rajavi, who assumed the leadership role of the MKO after a series of years as co-leader alongside her husband Massoud Rajavi, had the following to say during a moral-boosting speech to an audience of MKO troops: "Take the Kurds under your tanks, and save your bullets for the Iranian Revolutionary Guards." This has been formally denied by the PMOI.

In the following years the MKO conducted several assassinations of political and military figures of the Islamic Republic, including deputy chief of the Iranian Armed Forces General Staff, Brigadier General Ali Sayyaad Shirazi, who was assassinated on the doorsteps of his house on April 10, 1999.


After the 2003 American invasion of Iraq, MEK camps were bombed by coalition forces because of its alliance with Saddam Hussein. On April 15th, the leaders of the MEK entered into a ceasefire agreement with the coalition after the attack. On May 11th, 2003 the US launched simultaneous surprise attacks on MEK compounds across Iraq. Each compound surrendered without hostilities. In the operation, the US reportedly captured 6,000 MEK fighters and over 2,000 pieces of military equipment.

After a four-month investigation by several US agencies, including the State Department, only a handful of charges under U.S. criminal law were brought against MEK members, all American citizens. The MEK aka PMOI remains listed as a Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) by the Department of State.

Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld declared MEK personnel in Ashraf protected persons under the Fourth Geneva Convention. They are currently under the guard of US Military. Defectors from this group are housed separately in a refugee camp within Camp Ashraf, and protected by the Bulgarian Army.


In June 2003 French police raided the Mujahedin's properties, including its base in Auvers-sur-Oise, under the orders of anti-terrorist magistrate Jean-Louis Bruguière, after suspicions that it was trying to shift its base of operations there. 160 suspected MKO members were then arrested, 40 went into a hunger strike to protest against the repression, and ten immolated themselves in various European capitals in protestation against the raids.

French Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy (UMP) declared that the MKO "recently wanted to make France its support base, notably after the intervention in Iraq," while Pierre de Bousquet de Florian, head of France's domestic intelligence service, claimed that the group was "transforming its Val d'Oise centre (near Paris) ... into an international terrorist base".

US Senator Sam Brownback, Republican of Kansas and chairman of the Foreign Relations subcommittee on South Asia, then accused the French of doing "the Iranian government's dirty work". Along with other MPs, he wrote a letter of protest to President Jacques Chirac, while longtime PMOI supporters such as Sheila Jackson-Lee, Democrat of Texas, criticized Maryam Radjavi's arrest.

However, the MKO members were quickly released. The French action against the NCRI have been accused of being parts of negotiation between Paris and Tehran, concerning the nuclear program and maybe also some business deals. The MKO claims that after three years, there is nothing in the files that would implicate the NCRI and Mrs. Rajavi in any wrong doing and the case has essentially died.


The same year that the French police raided the PMOI's properties in France, Tehran attempted to negotiate with Washington DC, proposing to withdraw military backing for Hamas and Hezbollah as well as give open access to their nuclear facilities in return for Western action in disbanding the PMOI, which was revealed by Newsnight, a BBC current affairs programme, in 2007.
The BBC uncovered a letter written after the invasion of Iraq in 2003 where Tehran made this offer.

The proposition was done in a secret letter given to Washington through Switzerland's help. According to the BBC and to what had been understood by the US State Department, the letter had received authorization from the highest levels of the Iranian government.
According to Lawrence Wilkerson, former chief of staff of State secretary Colin Powell, interviewed by the BBC, the State Dept would first have positively considered the offer. But it would ultimately have been rejected by the office of Vice-President Dick Cheney.


In 2006 news reports linked the PMOI with US threats to attack Iran, specifically use of the PMOI to "prepare the battlefield" for US military action against Iran.

According to the news organisation Rawstory, an intelligence official said that following the invasion of Iraq, "We (the US) disarmed (the MKO) of major weapons, but not small arms. US Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld was pushing to use them as a military special ops team, but there was infighting between Rumsfeld's camp and then National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice, but she was able to fight them off for a while".

According to another intelligence source, the policy infighting ended 2005, when Rumsfeld - under pressure from US Vice President Dick Cheney - came up with a plan to "convert" the MKO by having them simply quit their organization."
"These guys are nuts," the intelligence source said. "Stephen Cambone (Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence) and those guys made MKO members swear an oath to democracy and resign from the MKO and then our guys incorporated them into their unit and trained them" for action in Iran.

A UN source close to the United Nations Security Council, again according to Rawstory, said in April 2006 that "the clandestine war had been going on for roughly a year".
Wikinews has also news related to:
Kucinich asks Bush about alleged US support for armed insurgency in Iran

According to a former Iranian ambassador and an intelligence correspondent of the UPI news agency, "The Iranian accusations are true, but it is being done on such a small scale - a series of pinpricks - it would seem to have no strategic value at all."


A 2005 Human Rights Watch (HRW) 28-page report, titled "No Exit:Human Rights Abuses Inside the Mojahedin Khalq Camps", described the PMOI as a cult held under the tight control of Maryam Rajavi. The report prompted a response by the PMOI and friendly MEPs (European MPs), who published a counter-report in September 2005.

They underlined that HRW had "relied only on 12 hours interviews with 12 suspicious individuals," and claimed that "a delegation of MEPs visited Camp Ashraf in Iraq" and "conducted impromptu inspections of the sites of alleged abuses." First Vice-President of the European Parliament, Alejo Vidal-Quadras Roca (PP), thus introduced the report:

"We came to the conclusion that HRW report was procedurally flawed and substantively inaccurate. Moreover, in the course of our study we became aware of an elaborate and complex misinformation campaign by Iran's Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) against PMOI."

So far no link has been established between Human Rights Watch and Iran's Ministry of Intelligence and Security.

Massoud Rajavi's had some secret meetings with Saddam Hussein.
Saddam Hussein used to secretly tape everything and this videotape was captured by the Americans after they took control of Saddam's possessions. The tape was later "leaked out" as evidence of Saddam's connections to terrorist groups.

Nobody acctually did know where that tape came from so suddenly, but it was at least seen by some as a proof that Saddam was indeed involved in dealings with terrorist groups and in chemical and biological warfare.(6)

The German interior secret service "Verfassungsschutz" in 2004:
"The armed wing of the MEK/MKO/PMOI is the NLA (note: National Liberation Army of Iran). The whereabout of NLA leader Masu Radjavi (note:Massoud Rajavi) remained unclear since the end of the war (note:the invasion in 2003).
Occasionally Jordan has been named as possible whereabout.

The `People's Mujahedin` are listed as a terrorist organisation in the United States, but the political arm of the PMOI, the NWRI, was able to execute two major events (note:on the January 24 2004 and the November 19 2004) in Washington." (11)


Well, what do we have?
We have a militarily and politically activ group, existing since 1965, built up and shattered under the U.S. friendly Shah´s regime in Iran, after it had worked as a broad magnet for middle class-members of the opposition (no matter if they were socialists oder muslims).
We have a kurdish group of no rational programm, which changed their ideology abruptly a few times since then, commited various crimes including "terrorist acts" (meaning acts of asymmetric warfare), a group that was harboured in France, then went into Iraq under the western backed Saddam Regime during the Eighties and didn´t change course when this old U.S. ally suddenly attacked Kuwait, didn´t change course during the first Gulf War, continued the fight against Iran, tried to commit terrorist attacks in France during the times of the anti-war coalition of Germany, France and Russia and is now - still armed - harboured by the U.S. Military.

That´s what you call mercenaries.

And apparently the former senior nuclear negotiator of Iran, Hossein Moussavian, leaked nuclear secrets to that group - if you believe the story leaked by the Iranian Government.
If you don´t believe that, the conclusion could be, that there is now an official alibi for the following story:
"Iran has nuclear weapons, and the Iranian Opposition found that out."
An official alibi, given by the regime of the Iranian Government of President Ahmadinejad itself.
Isn´t that interesting?


In January 2006 the New York Times reporter James Risen published a spectacular book.
In "State of War" he described a top secret operation called "Merlin" in 2000.
It alleges that the CIA carried out "Merlin" in 2000 intended to delay Iran's nuclear weapons program by feeding it flawed blueprints for key missing components - which backfired and may actually have aided Iran, as the flaw was likely detected and corrected by a former Soviet nuclear scientist the operation used to make the delivery. (7)
This case was denied by U.S. authorities. (8)

Risen also writes in State of War that "Several of the Iranian (CIA) agents were arrested and jailed, while the fate of some of the others is still unknown" after a CIA official sent in 2004 to an Iranian agent an encrypted electronic message, mistakenly including data that could potentially identify "virtually every spy the CIA had inside Iran". The Iranian was a double agent and handed over the information to Iranian intelligence.
This also has been denied by an intelligence official.

The story was held for over a year before it was finally released.(8)


Wikipedia says (9), the "Partiya Jiyana Azad a Kurdistane" (Party of Free Youths of Kurdistan, PJAK) is an Iranian Kurdish nationalist armed organisation based in northern Iraq that is involved in armed opposition to the government of Iran. They are mainly involved in attacking the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps and attempting to force the IRGC out of the Kurdistan Province of Iran and other Kurdish-inhabited areas.

PEJAK killed 24 members of Iranian security forces on April 3, 2006 in retaliation for the killing of 10 Kurds demonstrating in Maku by Iranian security forces. On April 10, 2006, seven PEJAK members were arrested in Iran, on suspicion that they had killed three Iranian security force personnel. Cihan News Agency claims that over 120 members of Iranian security forces were killed by PEJAK during 2005.

PJAK is considered close to the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK, a.k.a. KADEK, a.k.a. KONGRA/GEL), which is listed as a Foreign Terrorist Organization by the United States State Department.

On April 18, 2006, US congressman Dennis Kucinich sent a letter to US president George W. Bush in which he expressed his judgment that the US is likely to be supporting and coordinating PJAK, since PJAK is based in Iraqi territory, which is in practice under the control of US military forces.

In November 2006, journalist Seymour Hersh in The New Yorker supported this claim, stating that the US military and the Israelis are giving the group equipment, training, and targeting information in order to create internal pressures in Iran.

PJAK spokesman Ihsan Warya tried to bring up contrary evidence by stating that "PJAK really does wish it were an agent of the United States", but is "disappointed that Washington hasn't made contact."

From the letter of Dennis Kucinich on April 18 to the U.S. President, George W. Bush:
"Last week I wrote to you regarding reports that U.S. troops are conducting military operations in Iran.
There are also reports, however, that the U.S. is fomenting opposition and supporting military operations in Iran among insurgent groups and Iranian ethnic minority groups, some of whom are operating from Iraq." (10)

From the article in the New Yorker, by Seymour Hersh, in November 2006:
"In the past six months, Israel and the United States have also been working together in support of a Kurdish resistance group known as the Party for Free Life in Kurdistan. The group has been conducting clandestine cross-border forays into Iran, I was told by a government consultant with close ties to the Pentagon civilian leadership, as `part of an effort to explore alternative means of applying pressure on Iran.` (The Pentagon has established covert relationships with Kurdish, Azeri, and Baluchi tribesmen, and has encouraged their efforts to undermine the regime`s authority in northern and southeastern Iran.) The government consultant said that Israel is giving the Kurdish group `equipment and training.` The group has also been given `a list of targets inside Iran of interest to the U.S.` " (10)

The PJAK was founded in the 90ies likely as a political organisation. In 2004 they started military actions.
Something must have happened in between which completely changed the situation and the structure of the group.
The PJAK is obviously funded by the U.S. Government but simultaneously listed as a "terrorist group". (10)

Let´s keep that in mind.


Lt. Col. Keith Gogas, U.S. Military in Iraq, in an interview at an Army base in Muqdadiyah, 60 miles northeast of Baghdad last month:
"It`s happening daily..Our read on it is that that the more moderate, if you will, Sunni insurgents, are finding that their goals and al-Qaida`s goals are at odds."(12)

The (classic, not neo-) conservative blog had a comment on that:
"´Calling Ansar al-Sunna "moderate,` even in relative terms, is absurd, and it`s more than a little worrisome that three different terrorist groups would have sufficient presences in Diyala as to be rubbing up against each other. But I guess that`s why Petraeus is sending 3,000 troops.
Meanwhile, Maj. Gen. Michael Barbero claimed today at a press briefing that the military has reason to believe Sunni car bombs are being supplied by ... Iran.
Quote: `Detainees in American custody have indicated that Iranian intelligence operatives have given support to Sunni insurgents. And then we`ve discovered some munitions in Baghdad neighborhoods which are largely Sunni that were manufactured in Iran.` That`s not the first time we`ve heard of Iran watering both sides to fertilize a civil war that will drive the Americans out (and which Iraqi Shiites will inevitably win), but since it explodes the conventional wisdom about the usefulness of dialogue with Iran and our alleged `shared interest` in Iraq`s stability, the left will dismiss it out of hand."(12)

Don´t blame it on us, man. We don´t come up with that kind of silly stories.

Let´s see, what Wikipedia has about Ansar Al-Sunnah (13):

Jaish Ansar al-Sunna has claimed responsibility for several suicide bombings in Iraq, including the devastating attacks on the offices of two main Kurdish political parties, KDP and PUK, in Irbil on February 1, 2004, that killed at least 109 people.
The strikes marked one of the bloodiest attacks launched by insurgents since the start of the war. It has produced tapes and CDs that mark the "last testaments" of six bombers from previous attacks, three of whom appear non-Iraqi.
Its name also appeared with eleven other insurgent groups on leaflets passed out in the Sunni Triangle cities of Ramadi and Fallujah from January 31, 2004 to February 1, 2004. The leaflets detail the insurgency's plan for seizing Iraqi cities following the departure of coalition forces.

But not before on October 10, 2005, Britain's Home Office banned Ansar al-Sunna and fourteen other militant groups from operating in the United Kingdom.
Strange, isn´t it? Who is behind this group?

There where rumours of Iraqi intelligence support for Ansar al-Sunnah and that they had chemical weapons capabilities.(14)

This group also emerged from the north of Iraq. In fact, they were once part of the "Islamic Movement of Iraqi Kurdistan" (IMIK) and suddenly split from them in September 2001.
The German secret Service "Verfassungsschutz" quoted in 2004 that the leader of that terror group, Nadjm ad-Din Faradj Ahmad (Mullah "Krekar") is living unharmed and happily ever after in Oslo, Sweden.
The Verfassungschutz also cited, that there seemed to only one example of an attempted terror attack by Ansar al-Sunnah outside of Iraq - in Berlin, on the December 02 2004, during the visit of the Iraqi Prime Minister Allawi (11).
Remember - those were they days of the "Axxis of Weasels"...

April 20, this year:
Lt. Col. Keith Gogas does his famous "moderate" thing about Ansar al-Sunnah (17) and the media is full of reports about a "big turning point," so U.S. Maj. David Baker.
In Anbar province, more than 200 Sunni sheiks have decided to form a political party to oppose the terror group, reports say.
At least two major insurgent groups are battling al-Qaeda in provinces outside Baghdad, American military commanders say, an apparently indication of a deepening rift between Sunni guerrilla groups in Iraq.
In Diyala, another "hard-line militant Sunni group", the Ansar al-Sunna Army, is also allegedly fighting al-Qaeda.
"If they are fighting against each other, it's better than them fighting against us", Maj. David Baker quote. (17)

At the same time - while Ansar al-Sunnah is said to be fighting "Al Qaeda" in Iraq - U.S. officials in Germany increase security measures at their diplomatic facilities in response to alleged planned attacks "on American citizens and interests" BY ANSAR AL-SUNNAH in Germany.
That´s what the newspaper "Tagesspiegel" report that day, citing U.S. intelligence that was passed to German authorities. Ansar al-Sunna members may have been checking out U.S. facilities in southern Germany, according to information gathered in Iraq, Tagesspiegel says.

The measures were taken "in light of information we have related to the threat environment," U.S. Embassy spokesman Robert Wood says. But he wouldn't elaborate. German authorities, including the Federal Criminal Office commenting in March, have "consistently noted" a potential terrorism threat in the country, Wood add.
German authorities, including the Federal Criminal Office commenting in March, have "consistently noted" a potential terrorism threat in the country, Wood says that very day. (18)

The U.S. statement refers to the State Department's April 10 worldwide announcement that took note of al-Qaeda-linked plans for terrorist attacks on U.S. interests in Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East. The statement warns of attacks on public transportation systems, airplanes and ships.

So - Ansar al-Sunnah is "moderate" and fighting "Al Qaeda" in Iraq and is also part of an "Al Qaeda" threat - plotting about terrorist attacks in Germany - at the same time?

Who likes that stuff?


Before or in 2005 an American delegation, including senior military and intelligence officers, a congressional staffer and an employee of the U.S. embassy in Baghdad, has met probably multiple times with "non-supportive people" in the Iraq war zone, including representatives of Ansar al-Sunna, the Islamic Army in Iraq, the Iraqi Liberation Army, Jaish Mohammed, Thawarat al-Ishreen, the Shoura Council of Mujahideen and "other smaller factions."
Donald Rumsfeld himself confirmed that news in July 2005.(19,20)

Diana West, Jewish World Review, said to that:
"There are two absolutely mind-boggling aspects to this story. The first is that such meetings even took place. Aren't we the people who don't negotiate with terrorists? The ones who voted George W. `You're-Either-with-Us-or-Against-Us` Bush back into office?

Apparently not. Or, if we are, something has changed to the point that such lines in the sand don't matter anymore. Additionally mind-boggling is the fact that practically no one in the world has noticed the change, or considered its disastrous ramifications...

This suggests that we may now be seeking an accommodation with Islamic terror networks rather than their obliteration or even containment. And that suggests a sea change in strategy, vision and soul."

Right. But who let that happen? The Left?
What is really going on? Who is behind all that?
What´s the purpose of "terrorism", which is just another word for "military tactic"?

In fact, terrorism is just benefitting war and those who want to lead one, by any means necessary.


August 02 2005, Basra, British war zone, shortly after midnight (22):
The conservative christian U.S. journalist Steven Vincent is found murdered on the streets of Basra. Paradoxically his female translator - who he mentioned a few times in his articles as a close friend he would have to depend on - survives the previous kidnapping by men in police uniforms driving a "white police truck" (21).
At around 6:30 p.m. he and his Iraqi translator Nouraya Itais Wadi (also known as Nour al-Khal) left a money-changer's shop on bustling Istiqlal Street, reports say.
Then, police say, four gunmen jumped out of a white car (Lt. Col. Karim al-Zaidi told the Associated Press that it was a police car, something confirmed by eyewitnesses) and hustled the pair inside, shouting to bystanders, "Don't interfere, we're the police," according to witnesses interviewed by an Iraqi journalist who has worked for American news media and feared retribution if he was identified in this story (22).

Vincent and Wadi were then taken to a house somewhere on the city's outskirts and were held and questioned for roughly five hours, according to a Basra police officer, who requested anonymity, according to media reports. Then, blindfolded and with their hands bound behind them, they were taken to Al Rebaat neighborhood in Basra and shot repeatedly. Ms. Wadi survived the attack and is now in serious condition at the Basra Teacher's Hospital.

She has been interviewed by the local police, and the police official said the murderers had beaten them, and shouted at her for working with a foreigner, something they said was un-Islamic.

If this statement is true - why was she released? Who actually betrayed him? Who did work when for whom and what for?

"We know that common street criminals often masquerade as police, we also know that insurgents have used military uniforms to conduct their acts of terror," a U.S. Embassy official in Baghdad said to this. "So rather than draw a conclusion that the police force is infiltrated, we're going to wait and see what the investigation turns up. We have complete confidence in the professionalism of the Basra police force." (22)

Who is disguising in a war zone, who is doing a masquerade in an area under British control and who is playing dirty games by using the terms "men in police uniforms" or "military uniforms"?
Following that statement there would be neither one single police officer nor one single soldier on the Planet Earth, just "men in police uniforms" or "military uniforms". Who came up with this?


Steven Vincent, June 09, 2005, "Back in Basra" (23):
"It"s been a little over a year since I was last in Basra, and at first glance little has changed. The buildings are just as dilapidated, livestock still periodically cross the rubble-strewn streets, and the once beautiful canals remain clotted with trash. The heat, too, is the same, although the summertime onslaught of humidity that afflicts this southern port city - situated about 40 kilometers from the Arabian Gulf - is still months away.

Beneath the surface, though, this is not the easy-going municipality of 1.5 million people I recall. For one thing, I can no longer wander the streets, take a cab, or dine in restaurants for fear of being spotted as a foreigner: Kidnapping, by criminal gangs or terrorists, remains a lucrative business. Instead, for safety`s sake, I`m tied to my hotel, dependent on expensive drivers, unable to go anywhere without Iraqi escort. `You really shouldn`t be here at all,` a British-embassy official warned me.

After a week of cautiously exploring the city - usually with Layla, my friend, guide, and protector here in Basra (note: "Layla" is, in fact, the pseudonym for Nouraya Itais Wadi, also known as Nour al-Khal) - I noticed additional changes. For example, the plethora of religious imagery one used to find on the street has largely vanished. Gone are the glamorous posters of those Shia icons, Imams Ali and Hussain, and the broadsheets featuring fictitious renditions of Moqtada al-Sadr cradling his assassinated father. In their place are numerous billboards featuring the Iraqi flag, soldiers, and smiling children: advertisements for the new Iraqi state."

Interesting, isn´t it? Read on..

"This Basran equanimity even extends to that huge bone of Iraqi contention: foreign troops. True, you can find pro-Sadr graffiti that reads, `WAIT...WAIT...BRITISH JEWISH ARMY AL MAHDI WILL DESTROY,` and numerous residents complain of summary arrests, imprisonment, and physical abuses of civilians by U.K. forces. Generally, though, the Brits - who patrol the city in lightly armored vehicles - are tolerated, and in some quarters, liked. `Our relations with the British are very good,` remarks SCIRI spokesman Alaa Tarej. `We believe they are helping the Iraqi people.`

Let´s keep that in mind: a SCIRI spokesman tells us, the "relations with the British are very good".

The Dead Man Steven Vincent:
"Still, I`ve encountered some odd pockets of pro-American sentiment. Salaam Wendy says his mother, who has lived in Basra her whole life, frequently exclaims, `I`d like to kiss the feet of every soldier, British and American, who came to liberate us.` His brother goes even further: `George Bush is an angel.` And while many people express a wish to see America leave, they stress that the U.S. must stay until the terrorists are defeated.

But those are Shia voices. As for Basra`s Sunni population, many adopt a different attitude.
Recently, I spent an afternoon in a mosque in Old Basra, listening to a Sunni sheikh denounce America.
The insurgents, he informed me, are patriots struggling to free their country from foreign occupation.
The U.S. has long hungered to dominate Iraq and steal its oil, whether by putting Saddam into power, engineering the Iran-Iraq and Kuwaiti wars, or launching an illegal invasion of the country. Today, the U.S. is not only behind the terrorist bombings of Shia religious centers, it has also created a fictitious enemy named al-Zarqawi to justify its repressive tactics.
Even the rise of crime is the work of U.S. policy, which seeks to brutalize and coarsen the Iraqi temperament."

Why, for God´s sake, would a conservative Christian publish this?


Let´s have a look at the "official" methods of psychological warfare (PSYWAR) and psychological operations, cited by (24):

"- Adversary PSYOP and (PSYWAR) directed at the peace operation forces and propaganda for domestic consumption;

- Statecraft and public diplomacy used to generate media events that serve IO objectives;

- Censorship of domestic and international media, as well as misuse of all media to transmit propaganda and adversary PSYOP to all audiences.

- Thuggery, coercion, brutal force and extortion to ensure the cooperation and passivity of the local populace with the agenda of the adversary leadership."

Okay, slow motion:
...Thuggery...coercion...brutal force...extortion to ensure the cooperation and passivity of the local populace with the agenda of the friendly leadership...

Noticed my mistake? Oh, soooorry..
But have you ever heard of an effective military tactic or an effective military method the enemy uses and the U.S. Military would not?
Sorry - I didn´t.



7. Hence the use of spies, of whom there are five classes:
(1) Local spies; (2) inward spies; (3) converted spies;
(4) doomed spies; (5) surviving spies.

8. When these five kinds of spy are all at work,
none can discover the secret system. This is called "divine
manipulation of the threads." It is the sovereign's
most precious faculty.

9. Having local spies means employing the services
of the inhabitants of a district.

10. Having inward spies, making use of officials
of the enemy.
11. Having converted spies, getting hold of the enemy's
spies and using them for our own purposes.

12. Having doomed spies, doing certain things openly
for purposes of deception, and allowing our spies to know
of them and report them to the enemy.

13. Surviving spies, finally, are those who bring
back news from the enemy's camp.

18. Be subtle! be subtle! and use your spies for every
kind of business.

21. The enemy's spies who have come to spy on us
must be sought out, tempted with bribes, led away and
comfortably housed. Thus they will become converted
spies and available for our service.

22. It is through the information brought by the
converted spy that we are able to acquire and employ
local and inward spies.

23. It is owing to his information, again, that we can
cause the doomed spy to carry false tidings to the enemy."

(Take you time and think about it. Now another chapter..)


1. Sun Tzu said: There are five ways of attacking
with fire. The first is to burn soldiers in their camp;
the second is to burn stores; the third is to burn
baggage trains; the fourth is to burn arsenals and magazines;
the fifth is to hurl dropping fire amongst the enemy.

2. In order to carry out an attack, we must have
means available. The material for raising fire should
always be kept in readiness.

17. Move not unless you see an advantage; use not
your troops unless there is something to be gained;
fight not unless the position is critical.

21. But a kingdom that has once been destroyed can
never come again into being; nor can the dead ever
be brought back to life." (25)


Steven Vincent, in his last article "Switched off in Basra", summer 2005...(26) :

"The British call it being `switched on`_ a state of high morale and readiness, similar to what Americans think of as `gung-ho` attitude. During the 10 days I recently spent embedded with the British-led multinational force in this southern Iraqi city, I met many switched-on soldiers involved in what the British call `security sector reform.` An effort to maintain peace while training Iraqis to handle their own policing and security, security sector reform is fundamental to the British-American exit strategy.
As one British officer put it, `The sooner the locals assume their own security, the sooner we go home.`

From that perspective, the strategy appears successful. Particularly in terms of the city police officers, who are proving adept at the close-order drills, marksmanship and proper arrest techniques being drilled into them by their foreign instructors.

In addition, police salaries are up, the officers have shiny new patrol cars, and many sport snazzy new uniforms. Better yet, many of the new Iraqi officers seem switched-on themselves. `We want to serve our country` is a repeated refrain." (26)



1. Sun Tzu said: The art of war is of vital importance
to the State.

2. It is a matter of life and death, a road either
to safety or to ruin. Hence it is a subject of inquiry
which can on no account be neglected.

3. The art of war, then, is governed by five constant
factors, to be taken into account in one's deliberations,
when seeking to determine the conditions obtaining in the field.

4. These are: (1) The Moral Law; (2) Heaven; (3) Earth;
(4) The Commander; (5) Method and discipline.

5,6. The Moral Law causes the people to be in complete
accord with their ruler, so that they will follow him
regardless of their lives, undismayed by any danger." (25)


Steven Vincent, "Switched off in Basra", summer 2005:
"In May, the city`s police chief told a British newspaper that half of his 7,000-man force was affiliated with religious parties.
This may have been an optimistic estimate: One young Iraqi officer told me that `75 percent of the policemen I know are with Muqtada al-Sadr _ he is a great man.`

And unfortunately, the British seem unable or unwilling to do anything about it.

The fact that the British are in effect strengthening the hand of Shiite organizations is not lost on Basra`s residents.
`No one trusts the police,` one Iraqi journalist told me. `If our new ayatollahs snap their fingers, thousands of police will jump.` Mufeed al-Mushashaee, the leader of a liberal political organization called the Shabanea Rebellion, told me that he felt that `the entire force should be dissolved and replaced with people educated in human rights and democracy.`

Unfortunately, that is precisely what the British aren`t doing." (26)



12. Therefore, in your deliberations, when seeking
to determine the military conditions, let them be made
the basis of a comparison, in this wise:--

13. (1) Which of the two sovereigns is imbued
with the Moral law?
(2) Which of the two generals has most ability?
(3) With whom lie the advantages derived from Heaven
and Earth?
(4) On which side is discipline most rigorously enforced?
(5) Which army is stronger?
(6) On which side are officers and men more highly trained?
(7) In which army is there the greater constancy
both in reward and punishment?

14. By means of these seven considerations I can
forecast victory or defeat." (25)


Steven Vincent, "Switched off in Basra", summer 2005:

"`Are the police being used for political purposes?` asked Jamal Khazal Makki, the head of the Basra branch of the Sunni-dominated Islamic Party. `They arrest people and hold them in custody, even though the courts order them released. Meanwhile, the police rarely detain anyone who belongs to a Shiite religious party.`

An Iraqi police lieutenant, who for obvious reasons asked to remain anonymous, confirmed to me the widespread rumors that a few police officers are perpetrating many of the hundreds of assassinations _ mostly of former Baath Party members _ that take place in Basra each month. He told me that there is even a sort of `death car`: a white Toyota Mark II that glides through the city streets, carrying off-duty police officers in the pay of extremist religious groups to their next assignment."

(Read it? Read again.)

"Meanwhile, the British stand above the growing turmoil, refusing to challenge the Islamists` claim on the hearts and minds of police officers. That detachment angers many Basrans.
`The British know what`s happening but they are asleep, pretending they can simply establish security and leave behind democracy,` said the police lieutenant who had told me of the assassinations. `Before such a government takes root here, we must experience a transformation of our minds.`

In other words, real security reform requires psychological as well as physical training. Unless the British include in their security sector reform strategy some basic lessons in democratic principles, Basra risks falling further under the sway of Islamic extremists and their Western-trained police enforcers." (26)

Soon after this article was published, Steven Vinvent was dead.


Documentation (27):
Captain Ken Masters, British chief police investigator in Basra died under mysterious circumstances. The cause of death was not mentioned. According to a Ministry of Defense spokesman, his death was "not due to hostile action" nor to natural causes.

Ken Masters was Commanding Officer of the Special Investigation Branch of the Royal Military Police. He was "responsible for the investigation of all in-theatre serious incidents, plus investigations conducted by the General Police Duties element of the Theatre Investigation Group." (Statement of Britain's Ministry of Defense, 16 Oct 2005).

In this capacity, Captain Masters was responsible for investigating the circumstances of the arrest of two undercover elite SAS men, wearing Arab clothing, by Iraqi police in Basra. on September 19 (London Times (17 Oct 2005)..

"The Ministry of Defence refused to reveal details about his [Masters] work but it is believed he was involved in the inquiry into the dramatic rescue of two SAS soldiers held in a prison in Basra." (Daily Mail, 16 Oct 2005)

The two British undercover "soldiers", who were driving a car loaded with weapons and ammunition, were subsequently "rescued" by British forces, in a major military assault on the building where they were being detained:

"British forces used up to 10 tanks " supported by helicopters " to smash through the walls of the jail and free the two British servicemen."

The incident, which resulted in numerous civilian and police casualties has caused political embarrassment.

Several media reports and eyewitness accounts suggested that the SAS operatives were disguised as Al Qaeda "terrorists" and were planning to set off the bombs in Basra's central square during a a major religious event.

On the 14th of October, Britain formally apologized to Iraq and confirmed that it "will pay compensation for injuries and damage caused during the storming by the army of a police station in Basra in the operation to release two SAS soldiers" (The Scotesman, 15 Oct 2005). In the British raid on the prison, 7 Iraqis were killed and 43 were injured .(The Times, op cit)

"Compensation to the families of alleged Iraqi victims who died during the fracas depended on the official investigation being carried out by Captain Masters and his team." (ibid)

Captain Ken Masters died in Basra on the 15th. According to the MoD "the circumstances (of his death) were not regarded as suspicious."

The reports casually suggested that Masters might have been suffering from "stress", which could have driven him to commit suicide. In the words of a Defense analyst quoted by the BBC:.

"Capt Masters was part of quite a small outfit and his job would have been quite stressful. It's quite an onerous job..... I think, (there is) quite a lot of stress involved" (BBC, 16 October 2005).

The Daily Mail (17 Oct 2005), however, tends to dismiss the suicide thesis "Little is known of his private life and it is said to be unlikely that the pressures of work would have led him to commit suicide."

The car the SAS agents used, was a white Toyota Cressida (28). The "Death Car", which Steven Vincent wrote about in "Switched Off in Basra", was a "white Toyota Mark II".(26)
A Toyota Cressida and a Toyota Mark II is one and the same car. (29)
Stephen Vincent was kidnapped by a "white police truck" in Basra, before he got murdered.


Most people consider George Bush as a abnegator, also Donald Rumsfeld.
Well - actually I don´t.

I consider George w. Bush as a most unimportant actor on stage of the Theatre of War. He is acting, yes, but as an actor. "Hollywood Style", you know what I mean?
He is just a puppet. The real power have people in their hands who never got elected as anything or anybody - like Dick Cheney.

And Donald Rumsfeld..well, I consider him as a minor genius, who tried to be a real one.
In fact, he started the most effective warfare in human history with the smallest losses of own forces while obtaining a maximum of assets and conquests.
2 muslim contries invaded, Constitution bypassed, civil rights hollowed out, troops sent and stationed almost everywhere on the planet, with only a few thousand of your own soldiers dead - hey, Donald, head up: that´s what history will call (and always did call) a success.

Donny always said: "The war on terror is not well understood". Damn right. But that was the point. In the Western World - which has been prepared for this war in decades - people got that stupid they wouldn´t even realize what a war is about.

Winning. Killing. Victory. Slamming the enemy to the ground and shattering him.
The rest is bullshit.
Conquer, rape, break some bones, mutilate the prisoner, it´s the enemy, it is the evil.

Got it? It´s not what you´re actually doing, not any more, it´s the REASON you do it for.
That´s what you call the "Moral Law" in war.

Now, let´s think - just a second - about that REASON. The reason for the war on terror.

The only simple reason for every war is - you run it, because you have to.
The West had go to war, because otherwise it would have lost its privileges, its power, its abilities to rule the world.

There are 1.5 Billion Chinese, man, way too much, right?
But they have nuclear weapons. So we have to control or cut off their ressources and blame it all to the muslims.

Hmm..right. But there is one other problem: how we gonna explain that to the hobbits? And to the workers? To the silly, stupid, simple nice minds, who have to work all day for almost nothing but have to fight for it in war anyway?
What are we going to tell them, before they are ready to kill, to murder, to conquer, to rape, to break some bones, to mutilate the prisoner?

Well - we tell them, "It´s the enemy, the evil. You can do it."

Now we only have to find out why the country, which we strike, has deserved it.
Easy - we just shock the world and our own folks and scare the shit out of them.
And then we are telling everybody, the ones who we want to strike striked us before.
And then we bring some funny stories in the media, old men with beards secreting dangerous noises, like the enemy in "Mars Attacks" (subtitles favoured).
Man, they should have contracted me, I´m the best actor they could get.

To understand what happens in Iraq right know, let´s get back to Sun Tzu:


20. The following are the principles to be observed
by an invading force: The further you penetrate into
a country, the greater will be the solidarity of your troops,
and thus the defenders will not prevail against you.

21. Make forays in fertile country in order to supply
your army with food.

23. Throw your soldiers into positions whence there
is no escape, and they will prefer death to flight.
If they will face death, there is nothing they may
not achieve. Officers and men alike will put forth
their uttermost strength.

24. Soldiers when in desperate straits lose
the sense of fear. If there is no place of refuge,
they will stand firm. If they are in hostile country,
they will show a stubborn front. If there is no help
for it, they will fight hard.

25. Thus, without waiting to be marshaled, the soldiers
will be constantly on the qui vive; without waiting to
be asked, they will do your will; without restrictions,
they will be faithful; without giving orders, they can
be trusted.

26. Prohibit the taking of omens, and do away with
superstitious doubts. Then, until death itself comes,
no calamity need be feared.

28. On the day they are ordered out to battle,
your soldiers may weep, those sitting up bedewing
their garments, and those lying down letting the tears run
down their cheeks. But let them once be brought to bay,
and they will display the courage of a Chu or a Kuei.

35. It is the business of a general to be quiet and thus
ensure secrecy; upright and just, and thus maintain order.

36. He must be able to mystify his officers and men
by false reports and appearances, and thus keep them
in total ignorance.

38. At the critical moment, the leader of an army
acts like one who has climbed up a height and then kicks
away the ladder behind him. He carries his men deep
into hostile territory before he shows his hand.

39. He burns his boats and breaks his cooking-pots;
like a shepherd driving a flock of sheep, he drives
his men this way and that, and nothing knows whither he
is going.

40. To muster his host and bring it into danger:--this
may be termed the business of the general.

56. Bestow rewards without regard to rule,
issue orders without regard to previous arrangements;
and you will be able to handle a whole army as though
you had to do with but a single man.

57. Confront your soldiers with the deed itself;
never let them know your design. When the outlook is bright,
bring it before their eyes; but tell them nothing when
the situation is gloomy.

58. Place your army in deadly peril, and it will survive;
plunge it into desperate straits, and it will come off
in safety.

59. For it is precisely when a force has fallen into
harm's way that is capable of striking a blow for victory."


Believe me, the situation is gloomy (oops, just broke a rule).
We are right before a major desaster and the only way to prevent it is to talk about it.

What do we have?
We have a region in Iraq - which is a big war zone in any case - where mercenaries, militias, soldiers, agents, military agents - some of them called "terrorist groups" - have been operating and training for over 16 years without interception.
That region is Kurdistan.

We have a war, run by the elite of the West and fought by the soldiers, mercenaries, militias, agents, military agents - some of them called "terrorist groups" - of the West or paid or funded or founded by the West.

The war is stuck. Not stuck militarily - it would be easy to nuke Afghanistan or Iraq, no problem - but stuck morally.
Soldiers conquer, rape, break some bones, mutilate the prisoner because "it´s the enemy, it is the evil" and meanwhile that ugly sentiment is running around their teenily gorilla brains:
"Huh..what the hell am I doing here?"

And then their parents, and wifes, and husbands, their children and friends call from home and ask:
"Hey..what the hell are you doing there?"

And then the hobbits, even the workers, drink their low-carb vegetable soup downtown in their favourite soft-porn-glamour-sort-of-Carnaby-street, and after the twenty-seventh of them they all feel really bad and all over sudden a mean and clever thought crawls into their nice minds:
"(OOAAAAUUUURPS), sorry, what the (..) are they doing there?"

So, I think, we all agree - the situation desperately needs a new terror attack.
But - a bigger one, this time. Atomic, maybe..

Hey, what you´re complaining? I thought you wanted to lead a war..?
Alright, so let´s found out where and when.

Let´s listen to what Pat Robertson has to say:
On January 2, 2007, during the 700 Club show, Robertson said that God spoke to him and told him that "mass killings" were to come during 2007, due to a terrorist attack on the United States. He added "The Lord didn't say nuclear. But I do believe it will be something like that." (30)
Well, must have been a short gossip. Anyway.

You know, our (the German) Minister of Inferior, Mr.Wolfgang Schäuble said on January 28 in 2006:
"It´s likely not the question if there is an attack with a `dirty bomb` (in Germany) but only when."

You know, that guy really is in lag-time. So I - myself, personally, privately - would tap on the 2007 G8 summary next month in Heiligendamm, Germany.
Perfect place, perfect time. They want to get rid of our constitution also, so welcome to the club.

And who will be in? The Iranian intelligence, too?
Why not?
An attack on Iran would have the same effect as the attack on the United States of America had on September the 11th in 2001:
a country in a state of war, with an unchallenged War President, namely Ahmadinejad.

The West would have found the real enemy.
Until a few years later we all would learn that China is behind all this, and has been from the beginning.

So - let the good wars roll, let it bleed, let the Sapiens die.
There are simply too many of them.
We got to annihilate them for saving them. We are the Good. The Weak are weak, just children to a God only we serve by doing the wrong for good reason.
There is no murder, we just kill. There is no truth unless we publish it. There is no hope, for there would be an exit strategy of madness, and this we cannot allow.

Right? Right?
Hey, what´s your point? I thought, we were in the Western World...?


updated 26.05.07,
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