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Who would have believed it? Only days after a warning of an Israeli “false flag” bombing against the US “in the works” a massive car bomb is discovered in Time Square! Better yet, though no intelligence organization in the world could discover anyone claiming responsibility for this embarrassing failure, SITE Intelligence, a group rumored as the “voice of the Mossad” has placed the blame on the Pakistani Taliban.
This is the same group that has come up with numerous bin Laden “audio” tapes, seemingly, though tiny and nearly totally unstaffed, whenever it is convenient for Israel to point a finger at someone, magically Site Intelligence, run by former IDF soldier Rita Katz, whose father was executed as a spy by Saddam Hussein, makes another “unbelievable” intelligence find.
Site Intelligence finds are not only timely for Israel, when the world is focused on claims they have been planning a ‘dirty bomb’ attack to send the US to war against Iran, but always tend to support mysterious organizations run from the caves of the Afghanistan/Pakistan border region.
Originally posted by ProfEmeritus
reply to post by predator0187
Perhaps it's an attempt by the Obama administration to take the heat off of the Gulf of Mexico oil disaster. This spill will make Katrina look like a garden party. Of course, the entire oil spill could give Obama cover to cancel all oil drilling. Three are lots of possibilities, but I'm sure politics and false flags play into this entire mess somehow.
Obama Says He Would Take Fight To Pakistan
By Dan Balz
Washington Post Staff Writer
Thursday, August 2, 2007
Sen. Barack Obama speaks at the Woodrow Wilson Center, where he described an anti-terrorism policy that he says he would pursue if elected president. Some of his Democratic opponents criticized his speech. Sen. Barack Obama speaks at the Woodrow Wilson Center, where he described an anti-terrorism policy that he says he would pursue if elected president. Some of his Democratic opponents criticized his speech.
"When I am president, we will wage the war that has to be won," he told an audience at the Woodrow Wilson Center in the District. He added, "The first step must be to get off the wrong battlefield in Iraq and take the fight to the terrorists in Afghanistan and Pakistan."