Monday, March 14, 2011

Antiwar.com comes clean for once?

Antiwar.com is a good website to get reliable information about the various wars the criminal, Zionist-occupied U.S. government is engaged in, but they will never give you the full story.  They will never identify the Zionist criminal network that is behind the wars, or expose the false flag acts of terrorism committed around the world that kicked off and prolong these wars.  Scott Creighton, who writes the blog American Everyman, has written about the weak minded, "anti-conspiracy theorist" Jason Ditz, managing news editor at Antiwar.com, while James Laffrey at The Equal Party Blog has written about other "news organizations" that comprise The Fake Left.

On March 8th, Ditz wrote a brief article highlighting what many other bloggers and researchers had already discovered: that elements of the Mubarak regime in Egypt were involved in staging false flag terrorist attacks, in particular the Coptic church bombing in Alexandria in January of this year.


I'd like to present the full article in this space, with the original links provided in Ditz's article.  Ditz writes:
Just days after the Egyptian protesters attacked the state's internal security headquarters and rescued reems of documents about Mubarak-era crimes that were about to be destroyed, some of the dirtiest such deeds are starting to come to light.  And even for the notorious Mubarak regime, they're surprisingly bad.  
Sex tapes, documents detailing broad surveillance of Egyptian dissidents and transcripts of telephone conversations between the dissenters and their family members, sure, but the biggest of what has come out so far reveals something far worse: official government involvement in the Alexandria church bombing and in a 2005 resort  bombing.  
Its the sort of allegation that would normally seem too extreme to have any credibility, but they're detailed in officials documents as absolute facts.  The Sharm al-Sheikh terrorist attacks of July 2005 were blamed on local Bedouins, but the documents instead reveal they were plotted by Interior Minister Habib el-Adly to target a business rival of Hosni Mubarak's son Gamal.  
That and the New Years Eve attack on the Coptic Church in Alexandria, which many were already speculating was an inside job (pointing to the lack of government interest in investigating a major attack) both appear to now be confirmed, at least assuming the documents are authentic (and all indications are that they are).  The revelations will likely spark another call to move legally against regime leaders for their crimes.  
 You'll notice Ditz specifically tries to dismiss the "crazed conspiracy theory" that the government of Egypt would be involved in a false flag attack against it's own citizens, even killing many innocent people (bold and underline mine):
Its the sort of allegation that would normally seem too extreme to have any credibility....
Either Jason Ditz and Antiwar.com are the most naive, simple-minded "truth tellers" out there, or they are deliberately being disingenuous.  I'm guessing it's the former.

Jason Ditz, Scott Horton, and everyone else at Antiwar.com: please wake up and stop being so cowardly.  We already know 9/11 was an inside job carried out by the Zionists that have full control of the U.S. government.  If you want to be taken seriously by those of us out here that can actually think critically, start telling the truth.  And if you want to end the wars that you're so passionately against, you need to expose the forces that are behind them.

2 comments:

  1. Many thanks for the links.

    Those documents found at the state security HQ which had not been shredded could well be fakes?

    - Aangirfan

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  2. They could very well be fakes.

    However, given the history of state involvement in fomenting and organizing false flag terrorism, I'd be willing to bet Mubarak's Interior Minister was indeed involved, in cahoots with the usual Mossad-CIA suspects.

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