As-Salam-o-Alaikum (Peace be unto you)
I hope you have been well. The ‘Osama Killed’ fiasco continues. The script has been revised several times in the past 10 or so days already.
– The bin Laden Hoax – Its Uses & Objectives
– Webster Tarpley: Next False Flag Terror Op will be Blamed on Pakistan’s ISI
Now let us take another objective look at the situation,
The ‘factual’ information that we have been allowed to see is as follows,
– A tail of a Blackhawk stealth helicopter
– A house in Abbottabad
And if you want to count it,
– Osama’s ‘family members’, though no proof exists that they are Osama Bin Laden’s family members or indeed there are any people at all in the Pakistani custody.
What the propaganda has successfully achieved so far, though with certain bumps here and there, is that a ‘raid’ in Pakistan actually took place. The propaganda machine be it American or Pakistani (and I am including the militaries of both countries), has in fact managed to get the public accept the larger story i.e. a ‘raid’ took place, and left most speculators arguing the finer points of the script.
There is nothing that can be given as concrete proof that a ‘raid’ by US Navy SEALs took place in Pakistan in Abbottabad, apart from the statements and the helicopter tail. Interestingly, one is forced to wonder that if the body of ‘Osama’ was extracted by the SEALs and then dumped into the ocean (just like the mafia gangsters dispose the bodies of their victims), what proof does the Pakistani Government and the Pakistani Army have to conclude that ‘Osama’ was indeed killed in the ‘raid’ in Abbottabad, that there was indeed an intelligence failure on the part of Pakistani intelligence as the ISPR statement read? i.e. unless they authorized it in the first place.
Perhaps the US showed them the (fake) pictures of ‘Bin Laden’ as proof that the ‘raid’ took place and they bought it though no one else did as events have later proved. Also, no statements were made by the Army that any intel or info had indeed been exchanged with the US in the immediate aftermath of the ‘raid’.
Our government’s and military commanders’ conduct becomes even more questionable when one puts into perspective the fact that neutral and governmental sources in the US and UK have stated time and again that Osama Bin Laden died a long time ago (somewhere between 2001 and 2002) because of kidney failure. The late Benazir Bhutto stated as much as well. With this new perspective one is also forced to wonder whether this was the claim that confirmed her death sentence.
There are also reports from the locals in Abbottabad that there was a protective perimeter in place around ‘Osama’s compound’ (a fact that has been silently suppressed by the media) at the time of the ‘raid’. The two Pakistanis first on scene after the ‘raid’ were the local SHO and the local intelligence officer. The SHO? Really? We all know the immaculate efficiency of the Pakistan Police.
The hypothesis could be that the CIA had bought the local law enforcement off and they placed the perimeter around the ‘compound’ and the military was unaware, but the local intelligence officer was on the scene as well. Was he bought off too? But most importantly, do an SHO and a local intelligence officer have the required amounts of ‘guts and brains’ to manage such an undertaking? You know the answer better than I do.
Then there is the Air Chief statement that the ‘radars were off’ at the time of the ‘raid’. I laughed out loud when I read that one. One thought Kaleem Sadat, the previous Air Chief, was perhaps a US stooge, but this person Rao Qamar Suleman has left him behind by a long shot, a real War on Terror lackey this one.
Of course this preposterous statement was immediately ‘shot down’ by the many competent and far more patriotic former Air Force commanders (and I am sure the current officers and airmen of the PAF aren’t too impressed either). But the important aspect is, why would Rao Qamar issue such a dumb statement? Why such intense rather desperate effort to lend credibility to the US storyline?
In the midst of it all, you have a ‘roaring’ Imran Khan rising like a valiant savior on the political horizon in this hour of desperate need. It is no coincidence either ladies and gentlemen. He is being propped up by the establishment to be its new public face. The same establishment that facilitated and consolidated Musharraf for 10 years, then engineered the ‘Lawyers Movement’ to give him safe exit and maneuvered the likes of Zardari in power. The same establishment that has handed over the keys of Karachi to a Hindu terrorist organization and has turned this vital metropolis into a hotbed for racial, linguistic, and sectarian terrorism.
The same establishment is now engineering the political uprising of Imran Khan (No wonder PML N is so enraged, they thought it was their turn); All of this in the immediate aftermath of the ‘Osama incident’. The credibility of Imran Khan, in stark similarity to the rest of the political elite, can be understood from his ‘hell-ov-a’ U-turn on MQM. The bitter enemies of the past became best friends overnight. What filth!
The other rising pillar is Shah Mehmood Qureshi, the new power in upper Sindh and lower Punjab. The potential heir of the ‘Saraiki Suba’ I suspect, and PPP’s replacement.
The new setup will likely comprise of Imran Khan, Jamat e Islami, MQM, and Shah Mehmod Qureshi. The PMLs will be in the opposition probably, tough luck for PML N.
But one must understand that this new set up is probably being brought in to dampen down the fury of the masses and the multitude of the loyal patriotic soldiers and officers of Pakistan military. In the meantime, the CIA script for Pakistan is in full swing. Incidentally, Imran Khan, like a dedicated employee has been clocking face time with the US officials and the ISI chief (he admitted the second part himself).
A straight shot, Imran Khan is through and through the Jews’ man. That is my flat out analysis based on this and other information. And if he is crooked then this new set up is crooked (much like the present one, only worse). And if the set up is crooked, then so is the establishment which is and has been designing the set up.
From this point of view, the immediate acceptance by the government of the US storyline, the acceptance by the military high command of the US storyline, and the absurd statement of the Air Chief immediately make sense. The elite are corrupt and crooked.
All of this became even more apparent when I read that Major General Isfandiyar Ali Khan Pataudi, Armoured Corps — GOC 25th Mechanised Division, Karachi was to be the possible new ISI chief (http://rupeenews.com/?p=36706) .
Major General Isfandiyar Ali Khan Pataudi is the son of the late Major General Nawabzada Sher Ali Khan of Pataudi (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sher_Ali_Khan_%28general%29). Major General Isfandiyar is descended from the line of the Nawabs of Pataudi and, by relation, is the uncle of the Indian actor Saif Ali Khan.
Certainly, being Saif Ali Khan’s uncle by relation is not the greatest sin, but this is not the problem. Please visit the link http://www.reachouthyderabad.com/newsmaker/hw56.htm
Let me quote from the above webpage,
“It is a 3,000 years old movement spread all over the globe. It has been existing in India for the past 250 years and in twin cities 130 years. Globally Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Pythagoras, Benjamin Fraklin, Henry Ford, Clive Lloyd and All Presidents of United States of America were its member. In India Swami Vivekananda, C. Rajagopalachari, Motilal Nehru, Fakruddin Ali Ahmed, Madhavrao Scindia, Nawab of Pataudi, locally Nizam of Hyderabad, A.R. Lakshmanan.”
The ‘old movement’ in question is the movement known for the past 400-450 years as ‘Freemasonry’.
I have made every possible effort to find out which Nawab of Pataudi was the first Freemason. But the information resources have dried up without success. Surprising that even a resource like the internet could not ‘cough up’ a word on it.
Regardless, the Nawabs of Pataudi like other nawabs and rajas on the British payroll, enjoyed their royal privileges in India until 1971 when fiefdoms were abolished (these ‘royals’ nonetheless remain still). Saif Ali Khan’s father Mansoor Ali Khan was thus the last official Nawab of Pataudi.
The purpose for stating all this is that the Nawabs of Pataudi were certainly British loyalists hence they were allowed to remain Nawabs even after the British left. They were most certainly freemasons as well.
Incidentally, freemasonry membership is very often handed down from father to son. So, if the tradition of freemasonry has been handed down from father to son, it is very much possible that the late Major General Nawabzada Sher Ali Khan of Pataudi and now his son Major General Isfandiyar Ali Khan Pataudi are both freemasons as well. So are we about to have a freemason installed as the DG ISI (provided of course that the current DG isn’t a freemason as well)?
Incidentally, the late Major General Nawabzada Sher Ali Khan of Pataudi held the position of Federal Minister for Information, Broadcasting & and National Affairs from 1969 to 1971 under Yahya Khan’s administration. Maintaining such a key position in such a tumultuous period when the Masonic and anti-Pakistan elements successfully engineered the breakup of Pakistan is further very disturbing information that puts both the late Major General Nawabzada Sher Ali Khan and now his son Major General Isfandiyar Ali Khan Pataudi under very bad light.
In the view of all of this information, I am forced to conclude that our, federal, provincial, military, and bureaucratic (including Judiciary) top positions are heavily compromised and held by Enemy agents. All of the ruckus being made is designed to keep the Muslims of Pakistan, its patriotic civilians, loyal soldiers, and dedicated officers, in a state of complete confusion until one fine morning when we are being told that Pakistan is facing balkanization (as per the Enemy plan) and when it is too late (also as per the Enemy’s plan). Another very important reason for maintaining this confusion is to avoid a state of ‘legitimate’ all-out confrontation between the Muslims of Pakistan and anti-Pakistan forces (very much like in 2001 when Musharraf was placed for exactly this objective at the onset of the invasion of Afghanistan).
The objective of this article is by no means to discourage the people of Pakistan but to clear this air of confusion. Indeed what I have discussed is the worst-case scenario, I may certainly be wrong, indeed I hope to Almighty Allah with all my heart that I am wrong and the situation is apparently not as bleak as I see it to be. But I think I am not too far from the truth.