[PART II. Bandar’s Blueprint for Civil War]
FIRST CAME PRESIDENT BUSH’S DECLARATION OF WAR AGAINST TYRANNY
Jan. 20, 2005, President Bush’s Second Inaugural Address,
“So it is the policy of the United States to seek and support the growth of democratic movements and institutions in every nation and culture, with the ultimate goal of ending tyranny in our world….
All who live in tyranny and hopelessness can know: the United States will not ignore your oppression, or excuse your oppressors. When you stand for your liberty, we will stand with you.
Democratic reformers facing repression, prison, or exile can know: America sees you for who you are: the future leaders of your free country….
By our efforts, we have lit a fire as well – a fire in the minds of men. It warms those who feel its power, it burns those who fight its progress, and one day this untamed fire of freedom will reach the darkest corners of our world.”
Rafik Hariri, former Prime Minister of Lebanon
February 14, 2005, Unknown assassins blow-up the one man whose violent death changes history. Rafik Hariri died from the effects of by a massive bomb of unidentified type in Beirut Marina on this day. A half-hour after the blast, a new terrorist outfit called Aljazeera (reportedly an offshoot of Al-Qaida In Iraq), identifying itself as “Al-Nusra wel Jihad in the Levant” (the first use of the name al-Nusra), claiming to have killed Hariri.
June 7, 2006, A militant leader, alleged to be al-Zarqawi, is eliminated in Iraq, AQI Iraq splinters into multiple new terrorist groups, including Fatah al-Islam, Abdullah Azzam Brigades (Leb.), Islamic State, as well as the first incarnation of Al-Nusra.
(July 12 – August 14, 2006) Insraeli invasion Lebanon
July 23, 2006, U.S. Plan Seeks to Wedge Syria Away From Iran
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice heads to Middle East to initiatate beginning stages of a plan to persuade Saudi Arabia and Egypt to help convince Syrian President Assad to abandon Hezbollah.
Dec. 8, 2006 Tony Blair intervenes in BAE investigation on behalf of Saudis
December 12, 2006 Prince Turki al-Faisal, Saudi Arabia’s ambassador to the United States,resigns
12 February 2008, Bandar allegedly arrested in Damascus, where Hezbollah commander Imad Mughniyeh was also killed, that same day.
13 February, Bandar misses a court appearance at US District Court in Washington, as defendant over admitted bribes in BAE affair, 07-1646 – CITY OF HARPER WOODS EMPLOYEES’ RETIREMENT SYSTEM v. OLVER et al. Civil Action No. 07-1646 (RMC). Plaintiffs in the lawsuit, Harper Woods Emp. Ret. Sys., were suing Bandar et. al., to avoid getting caught-up in terror war sanctions over terrorist financing, or profiting from Bandar’s bribes from BAE which the rogue prince admitted to in the following video, and then dismissed as small potatoes in the grand geostrategic scheme of things.
May 7, 2008, Lebanon‘s 17-month long political crisis spiraled out of control. The fighting was sparked by a government move to shut down Hezbollah’s telecommunication network and remove Beirut Airport’s security chief
July 12, 2008, Bashar al-Assad meets Pres. Sarkozy in Paris
Dec. 15. 2008, Bandar back in Wash., DC,this time to give warning about France and Turkey’s schemes bearing unwanted fruit in Syria (from Bandar and the intensification of the face of the forces of extremism, Al-Akhbar site)
حذر بندر المسؤولين في الادارة الجديدة من مشروع الانفتاح على سوريا وطالبها بتكثيف جهودها لمنعها من العودة إلى المجتمع الدولي وإخراجها من العزلة على غرار ما فعلته فرنسا. Bandar warned officials in the administration of the new opening to Syria [as did France] and demanded to intensify their efforts to prevent them from returning to the international community out of isolation. وبيّن للمسؤولين في إدارة أوباما أنه لا بد من إحداث تغيير داخلي في سوريا لأن النظام السوري يواجه معضلات في الداخل وصراعات داخلية، وأنه على ثقة بأن النظام كان على وشك السقوط لولا التدخل الفرنسي والأوروبي وتركيا التي هيّأت فرصاً سياسية للنظام لكي يخفف من وطأة الحصار والعزلة عن طريق إحياء المسار التفاوضي بين دمشق وتل ابيب وتفعيله. And between the officials of the Department of Obama that it is essential to bring about internal change in Syria because the Syrian regime is facing problems at home and internal conflicts, and was confident that the system was on the verge of falling to the intervention of French and European Turkey,
– In January 2009, a Navy colonel Valentin Polyansky was shot dead in Moscow.
– In February 2009, an FSB General Alexander Rogachev died from “heart attack”
March 30, 2009, Gaddafi condemns Arab leaders
June 21, 2009, Gen. Petrov, head of the opposition group “Concept of Public Safety”, died in Moscow. Supporters of General Petrov unanimously said that Gen. Petrov had been poisoned.
Aug 2, 2009, rumor of Bandar’s attempted “coup” plot is first revealed by Iran’s PRESSTV (In kingdom, Saudi prince’s coup ‘fails’), quoting Saad al-Faqih, head of the opposition group Islamic Reform Movement, claiming that Bandar had 200 Saudi security service agents prepared to stage a coup against King Abdullah.
October 7, 2009, King Abdullah visits Damascus
November 23, 2009, a GRU officer Anton Surikov suspiciously died after drinking a cup of coffee in a provincial restaurant in the Volga town of Izhevsk.
On 8 June 2010, UNHCR says ordered to close office in Libya.
December 18, 2010 The Arab Spring began in Tunisia
January 14, 2011, the Tunisian Government was overthrown.
January 26, 2011. Public demonstrations across Syria began
January 31, 2011, a string of murders began in the general vicinity of Russian scientist Pikayev’s apartment building in Malta, beginning with a Russian woman named Yulia Kalinina,
On 3 February, a “Day of Rage” was called for in Syria posted on social media sites Facebook
Feb 15, 2011, the Libyan Working Group issued a Call for Libyan Revolution on YouTube
Feb 15/16, 2011 – A riot in Benghazi was triggered by the arrest of human rights activist Fethi Tarbel.
Feb. 17 – Activists designate an actual day of rage in Libya.
18 February, Active resistance to the government began in Benghazi after three days of protests turned violent. Security forces had killed fourteen protesters the previous day.
Feb 21, 2011, two Libyan air force jets landed in Malta and their pilots asked for political asylum.
Feb 23, 2011, King Abdullah resumes the throne
Feb. 26 – Anti-Libyan government militias, led by foreign Special Forces advisers took control of Misrata, after evicting forces loyal to Gaddafi.
Feb. 26 – The U.N. Security Council imposed sanctions on Gaddafi and his family,
Feb. 28, Saudi King makes his first public appearance, quelling rumors of his death.
March 15, 2011, A Facebook group, The Syrian revolution against [President] Bashar al-Assad 2011,stages public anti-govt protests which turn violent.
March 30, 2011, Report of Bandar’s arrest and confession released in Champress.
10 April 2011, A 36-year-old man from Chad and resident of Marsa was found dead floating face down in St George’s Bay, St Julian’s, Malta.
April 29, 2011, another floating corpse was found in Bugibba—-”The corpse is probably that of an Englishman.”
May 25, 2011, a massive explosion at Abadan oil refinery in Iran during a visit by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
June 4, 2011, a decomposing corpse was found in Bugibba, belonging to a Bulgarian woman, Irena Bilyanova Abadzhieva.
On July 7, a huge explosion takes place at an ammo dump in Turkmenistan.
Jul 11, 2011, another massive explosion rips through another ammunition dump, this one is in Cyprus.
April 15, 2012, Militants attack Bannu, Pakistan jail, 400 inmates escape, many Pakistani Taliban.
Jul 18, 2012, an attempted bombing of Bashar Assad and top military brass (killed Syrian intel. chief)
July 19, 2012, Bandar became the new head of Saudi intelligence.
Jul 22, 2012, His near assassination in bomb attack (his assistant chief dies in the blast)
9/11-12/2012, Benghazi attack
July 22, 2013, Bandar’s Boys Stage Assault On Abu Ghraib Prison, Aljazeera Reports 500 Escapees, Mostly “Al-Q In Iraq”
July 26, 2013, Bandar’s Boys Assassinate Another Anti-Islamist Leader—This Time He Struck In Tunisia
July 28, 2013, Bandar’s Plan Blows Into Libya, Murdering Leading Activist and Breaking-Out Radical Prisoners
July 28, 2013 More than 1000 inmates escape from Libyan jail