DALIT VOICE, Oct 16th – 31st 2009, Dalai Lama promotes second Israel inside India

DALIT VOICE, Oct 16th – 31st 2009

Dalai Lama promotes second Israel inside India

OUR CORRESPONDENT

Bangalore: The notorious Dalai Lama, groomed by India’s Brahminical rulers to annoy China, is helping the zionists to set up a “second Israel in India”.

According to a P.1 story in the Milli Gazette, a Muslim English fortnightly from Delhi (Sept.1-15, 2009), over 20,000 Jews have already descended on Dharmashala, headquarters of the Dalai Lama, who it says gets large funds from the zionist state and also CIA.

The report by John Kaminski says the zionists are trying to take over three North-East states to fight Muslims and Islam.

The Aizwal-based Chhinlung Israel People’s convention with 0.25 million army is behind establishing the “New Jerusalem”. Streams of Jewish priests (Rabbis) are pouring into Mizoram and Manipur.

Anti-China hysteria: The writer asks why the Indian security forces and the Brahminical media ignored the fierce fight that took place inside Bombay’s famous Jewish centre, Chabad House, in the 26/11/2008 terrorist attack on Bombay.

Meanwhile, the media led by the Times of India has stepped up anti-China hysteria aided and abetted by top Brahminical leaders. The Govt. of India said it would prosecute the press but we have our own doubts.

CIA-backed firm invests in social media monitoring

[Twitter this.]

CIA-backed firm invests in social media monitoring

Posted by David Meyer

A CIA-sponsored investment company called In-Q-Tel has bought into Visible Technologies, a company that provides a social media monitoring technology called truCast.

TruCast powers services that let companies monitor how often subjects are being discussed on Twitter and in other forms of online social conversation. In a statement on Friday, In-Q-Tel’s head of architecture and engineering, Troy Pearsall, said truCast would help his company keep an eye on online conversation trends.

“Visible Technologies’ platform is key to understanding the breadth and depth of the online social landscape,” Pearsall said. “Its platform delivers a clear and comprehensive view of complex information, integrating real-time data into a navigable and easy-to-use application that understands the context and tone of online dialogue.”

The truCast platform is already used by companies such as Microsoft and Xerox.

In-Q-Tel was founded by the CIA in 1999 as an independent not-for-profit organisation, to help the US intelligence community find and work with emerging commercial technology companies. The company aims to accelerate the development of technologies that the intelligence community wants to use.

Hariri Calls for International Action Against Israel’s Violations

Hariri Calls for International Action Against Israel’s Violations

Prime Minister-designate Saad Hariri stressed on Monday that the international community should put an end to Israeli violations.
Hariri was speaking after his meeting with the new French Ambassador to Lebanon Denis Pietton in a protocol visit on the occasion of starting his diplomatic mission in Lebanon.

“The planting of spy devices by the Israeli enemy then detonating them represent a clear violation of Resolution 1701,” said Hariri.

The French Ambassador said after the visit that he transmitted a message of friendship from France to the PM-designate. He said that France will always stand by Lebanon and its sovereignty, adding that France hopes that Lebanon forms a new government soon so that it can face the forthcoming challenges.

Pakistan joins the American Raj

Pakistan joins the American Raj

Eric S. Margolis
WASHINGTON: Official Washington watches in mounting alarm and confusion as Pakistan spins out of control. The US-led war in Afghanistan has now poured over into Pakistan, bringing that nation of 167 million close to civil war.

Bombings and shootings are rocking Pakistan’s northwest regions, including a brazen attack on army HQ in Rawalpindi and repeated bombings of Lahore and Peshawar. Pakistan’s army has launched a major offensive against rebellious Pashtun tribes in South Waziristan.

Meanwhile, the weak, deeply unpopular government of Asif Zardari that was engineered into power by the US faces an increasingly rancorous confrontation with its own military.

Like the proverbial bull in the china shop, the Obama administration and US Congress chose this explosive time to try to impose yet another layer of American control over Pakistan – just as Nobel peace prize winner Barack Obama appears likely to send thousands more US troops to Afghanistan.

Tragically, US policy in the Muslim world continues to be driven by imperial arrogance, profound ignorance, and special interest groups.

The current Kerry-Lugar-Berman bill approved by Congress and signed by Obama is ham-fisted dollar diplomacy at its worst. Pakistan, bankrupted by corruption and feudal landlords, is being offered US$7.5 billion over five years. Washington claims there are no strings attached. Except, of course, that the US wants to build a mammoth new embassy for 1,000 personnel in Islamabad, the second largest after its giant fortress-embassy in Baghdad. New diplomatic personnel are needed, claims Washington, to monitor the US$7.5 billion in aid. So a small army of US mercenaries is being brought in to protect US “interests”. New US military bases will open. Most of the billions in new aid will go right into the pockets of the pro-western ruling establishment, about 1% of the population.

Washington has been also demanding veto power over promotions in Pakistan’s armed forces and intelligence agency, ISI. This crude attempt to take control of Pakistan’s proud, 617,000-man military and intelligence service has enraged its armed forces.

It’s all part of Washington’s “Afpak” strategy to clamp tighter control over restive Pakistan and make use its armed forces and intelligence agents in Afghanistan. The other key US objective is seizing control of Pakistan’s nuclear arsenal, the cornerstone of its national defence against much more powerful India. Welcome, Pakistan, to the
American Raj.

However, 90% of Pakistanis oppose the US-led war in Afghanistan, and see Taliban and its allies as national resistance to western occupation.

Alarmingly, violent attacks on Pakistan’s government are coming not only from once autonomous Pashtun tribes (wrongly called “Taliban”) in Northwest Frontier Province, but, increasingly, in the biggest province, Punjab.

Recently, the US Ambassador in Islamabad, in a fit of imperial arrogance, actually called for air attacks on Pashtun leaders in Quetta, capital of Pakistan’s restive Baluchistan province.

Washington does not even bother to ask the Islamabad government’s permission to launch air attacks inside Pakistan, only informing it afterwards.

The Kerry-Lugar-Berman Big Bribe comes as many irate Pakistanis accuse President Asif Ali Zardari’s government of being American hirelings. Zardari, widower of Benazir Bhutto, has been dogged for decades by corruption charges.

Washington seems unaware of the fury its crude, counter-productive policies have whipped up in Pakistan. The Obama administration listens to Washington-based pro-Israel neo-conservatives, military hawks, and “experts” who tell it what it wants to hear, not the facts.

Pakistan’s military, the nation’s premier institution, is being pushed to the point of revolt. Against the backdrop of bombings and shootings come rumours the heads of Pakistan’s armed forces and intelligence may be replaced.

Pakistanis are calling for the removal of the Zardari regime’s strongman, Interior Minister Rehman Malik. The possibility of a military coup against the Zardari regime grows. But Pakistan is dependent on US money, and fears India. Can its generals afford to break with patron Washington?

Eric S. Margolis is a contributing editor to the Toronto Sun chain of newspapers, writing mainly about the Middle East and South Asia. Comments: letters@thesundaily.com

Five killed in twin suicide blasts in Pak university

Five killed in twin suicide blasts in Pak university

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PTI | Islamabad

Two suicide bombers blew themselves up near simultaneously at a prestigious Islamic university in the Pakistani capital on Tuesday, killing at least five persons and injuring over 40, the latest in a series of deadly terror attacks that have rocked the country.

The blasts occurred at the male and female campuses of the International Islamic University, considered one of the world’s leading centres for studies in Islamic law, thought and history.

The first suicide bomber blew himself up at the cafeteria in the women’s campus, killing a student and an employee of the university, witnesses said.

They said they had seen parts of the bomber’s body stuck to the ceiling of the cafeteria.

The second bomber struck about five minutes later in the Shariah block of the male campus while a lecture was underway. Witnesses said three persons were killed in this explosion.

The two blasts also left over 40 people injured.

Wasim Khwaja, a doctor at the state-run Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences, said the hospital had received two legs and a head. It is believed they belonged to one of the suicide attackers.

Khwaja said three of the 13 injured brought to the hospital were in serious condition.

More than a dozen ambulances rushed to the university to take the injured to nearby hospitals.

The university is located near police offices. There are also some residential neighbourhoods at a short distance.

Students from around the world study at the International Islamic University though it could not be ascertained if any foreigners were among the victims of today’s attacks.

Police cordoned off the area as investigators scoured the area for clues.

No group immediately claimed responsibility for today’s attacks, though the Taliban, against which the army has launched a major offensive in Waziristan, is suspected to be behind a series of recent blasts in the country.

In the past two weeks, terrorists have carried out a numerous suicide bombings, blasts and attacks in Pakistan, including the storming of Army Headquarters in Rawalpindi and three synchronised attacks on law enforcement establishments in Lahore, leaving over 170 people dead.

Today’s blasts came four days after a suicide car bomber struck a police station in the NWFP capital Peshawar, killing 13 people.

The Private Scandal That Obama Rode to Power

AP 27 June 2004: Kenyan-born Obama all set for US Senate

AP 27 June 2004: Kenyan-born Obama all set for US Senate
Barrack Obama

Kenyan-born US Senate hopeful, Barrack Obama, appeared set to take over the Illinois Senate seat after his main rival, Jack Ryan, dropped out of the race on Friday night amid a furor over lurid sex club allegations.

The allegations that horrified fellow Republicans and caused his once-promising candidacy to implode in four short days have given Obama a clear lead as Republicans struggled to fetch an alternative.

Ryan’s campaign began to crumble on Monday following the release of embarrassing records from his divorce. In the records, his ex-wife, Boston Public actress Jeri Ryan, said her former husband took her to kinky sex clubs in Paris, New York and New Orleans.

“It’s clear to me that a vigorous debate on the issues most likely could not take place if I remain in the race,” Ryan, 44, said in a statement. “What would take place, rather, is a brutal, scorched-earth campaign – the kind of campaign that has turned off so many voters, the kind of politics I refuse to play.”

Although Ryan disputed the allegations, saying he and his wife went to one ‘avant-garde’ club in Paris and left because they felt uncomfortable, lashed out at the media and said it was “truly outrageous” that the Chicago Tribune got a judge to unseal the records.

The Republican choice will become an instant underdog in the campaign for the seat of retiring Republican Senator Peter Fitzgerald, since Obama held a wide lead even before the scandal broke.

“I feel for him actually,” Obama told a Chicago TV station. “What he’s gone through over the last three days I think is something you wouldn’t wish on anybody.”

The Republican state committee must now choose a replacement for Ryan, who had won in the primaries against seven contenders. Its task is complicated by the fact that Obama holds a comfortable lead in the polls and is widely regarded as a rising Democratic star.

The chairwoman of the Illinois Republican Party, Judy Topinka, said at a news conference, after Ryan withdrew, that Republicans would probably take several weeks to settle on a new candidate.

“Obviously, this is a bad week for our party and our state,” she said.

As recently as Thursday, spokesmen for the Ryan campaign still insisted that Ryan would remain in the race. Ryan had defended himself saying, “There’s no breaking of any laws. There’s no breaking of any marriage laws. There’s no breaking of the Ten Commandments anywhere.”

—AP

Source: Sunday Standard

From CNN:

Several Chicago media organizations had sued for release of documents relating to the Ryans’ divorce, saying the public interest outweighed their concerns about privacy and the possible effect on their now 9-year-old son. Friday, a judge in Los Angeles, where their divorce was litigated, agreed to unseal portions of more than 360 pages of documents, although large parts remained blacked out.

Both Ryans had objected to the release of details in the documents, but they opted not to appeal the ruling.

Jeri Ryan said her then-husband took her on three “surprise trips” in the spring of 1998 to New Orleans, New York and Paris, during which he took her to sex clubs. She said she refused to go in the first and went into the second at his insistence.

“It was a bizarre club with cages, whips and other apparatus hanging from the ceiling,” she said in the court document, adding that her husband “wanted me to have sex with him there, with another couple watching. I refused.”

She said on arriving at the third club, in Paris, “people were having sex everywhere. I cried. I was physically ill. [He] became very upset with me and said it was not a ‘turn on’ for me to cry.”

“Jundullah” In Iran Stepchild of ISI/CIA

[The bullshit cover stories are starting to flow.  There is evidence in existence about "Jundullah (Army of Islam)."   The first actions of the groups' founders included the kidnap and murder of Daniel Pearl.

[Omar Sheikh] kidnapped him and handed him over to Amjad Hussain Farooqui…“News” (May 23, 2002), the group that also included “three Yemeni-Balochs” who took part in Pearl’s kidnapping, his murder and disposal of his body parts [Khalid Sheikh Muhammed and nephew Ramzi Yousef were Yemeni-Balochs]KSM had admitted having personally killed Pearl…

[After organizing, their first terror attack was "On June 10, 2004, the Corps Commander of Karachi narrowly escaped an assassination attempt in Karachi.  the attempt was jointly organised by the HUJI and a new organisation called Jundullah (Army of Allah), which had been trained by the Uzbecks and Chechens in the South Waziristan area of the Federally-Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) of Pakistan.

The Jundullah group in Iran is the same gang of cutthroats who murder and terrorize in Pakistan.   It has been suggested by Indian analyst B. Raman that the Jundullah name has been appropriated by many other groups, and that the name has become a generic label applied to all anti-Iranian groups, suggesting that they may actually MEK (Mujahedeen e-Khalq terrorists, even though they operate under the name and direction of the original Wana-based group.]

Jundallah and relations with Iran

On Sunday, a suicide-bomber in the Iranian province of Sistan shockingly killed seven commanders of Iran’s elite Revolutionary Guard and up to 42 other people. Iran’s President Mr Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says the attack was planned inside Pakistan where an anti-Iran terrorist organisation named Jundallah has been active for the past several years. The Pakistani chargé d’affaires in Tehran has been called to the Foreign Ministry in connection with what can be called the most serious terrorist incident in Iran for some years.

Despite some understanding between Iran and Pakistan over the activity of Jundallah inside Pakistan — Pakistan has been surrendering arrested anti-Iran terrorists to Tehran — regional geopolitics is bound to trigger unfriendly speculation. Needless to say, Jundallah, the Pakistan-based Iranian-Baloch terrorist organisation, has acknowledged the latest attack in Sistan. Iran says Jundallah leader Andolmalik Rigi is in Balochistan; Pakistan says he is not. Both however know that nothing can be said for certain.

The map of hostilities in the region is extremely complicated and it doesn’t matter that President Asif Zardari and Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani have both condemned the attack. Baloch nationalism on both sides of the Iran-Pakistan border threatens both nation-states, and solutions on both sides are complicated by the nature of the centralised states and their ideological content. The Iranian speaker of parliament has accused the United States of having instigated the attack on Iran’s most powerful Revolutionary Guard. The Iranian press quotes leaders saying the United Kingdom too is involved.

Pakistan is in trouble because it had its own Jandullah operating in Karachi for the Taliban of South Waziristan till 2004
. It is now quite clear that Pakistani “Jandullah” is not the “Jundallah” outfit that is attacking inside Iran,  [Jundullah was created in S. Waziristan, making its world debut in 2004.  It was descended directly from Sipah-e-Sahaba, the anti-Shia outfit created by Pakistan's ISI (on orders from CIA), to fight against Iranian influence in Afghanistan.]

but the modus operandi of the latter borrows much from the terrorism of the Taliban and Al Qaeda. For instance, the use of suicide-bombing carries the signature of madrassa-based indoctrination even though the Sunni Baloch of Pakistan are strictly secular and take no part in killing the Shia in Balochistan.  [Elements of Sipah and other Sunni Baloch terrorists have been systematically killing local Shias since the days of Abdullah Mehsud.]

Iran has a complex code of interpretation when it comes to explaining to its people certain developments on its eastern border. At the higher level of statesmanship, it is engaged with Pakistan on what can be called the biggest energy project of South Asia, called the Iran-Pakistan Gas Pipeline project. At the domestic political level, it looks at Pakistan as a state that favours the Taliban — at the top of the list of enemies in Tehran — and aligns with Iran’s arch-enemy, the United States. This in itself gives rise to a complex imagined network of intrigue and double-dealing.

Hanging from this is the accusation that the US is funding Jundallah to create trouble in Sistan to “balance” the trouble Iran is supposedly making in Iraq. Many Pakistanis buy into this. But at the same time, Iran becomes unhappy when the US and Pakistan start thinking of “talking” to their separate Talibans. It cannot help thinking that both will somehow bring the Taliban back to power in Kabul and thus endanger the non-Pashtun population of Afghanistan as well as endanger Iran’s security on its eastern border.

There is a clear break here between what the world thinks and what Iran thinks. The world thinks that the US unwittingly strengthened Iran’s regional position by destroying two regimes: Saddam Hussein’s in the west and the Taliban’s in the east. But Tehran continues to think that the US and its allies are trying to get Iran into a challenging regional pincers movement. Unfortunately, Pakistan can hardly reassure Iran in this regard because of its declining writ of the state in Balochistan and elsewhere.

Within this extremely murky strategic thinking, Iran has acted in its own national interest. It has given shelter to “actors” from Pakistan who promised to create difficulties for the US. It has provided safe haven to runaway warlords from Afghanistan it thought could at least temporarily damage the unity of the Taliban. It is known to have “facilitated” the passage of Al Qaeda terrorists from Pakistan to Iraq in 2003, which then actually led to the massacre of the Shia there.

But in many ways, Iran promises to become as important an ally of Pakistan as China, mainly because of its role as a supplier of energy. At the same time, however, Pakistan has to retain the option of international support, including that of the Arabs — something for which Iran’s current government doesn’t care much. Hence a measure of tolerable bilateral tension. *