Sunday, January 14, 2007

PapaKarl accuses the Guaridan of censorship

In response to Highbury, PapaKarl wrote the following.
Jennyandclones was one of those cheering on the CIF censor when he was going around deleting all my posts containing links to news stories on the incestuous relationship between MI6 and Al Qaeda. Here's one of the deleted posts:


Well it looks like the spooky peeress's terror scare has had its effect and anti-Muslim hysteria has been cranked up yet another notch.

I would like to propose a novel idea to those who really want to get to the bottom of this jihadi terrorism business, as opposed to those who aren't interested in listening to anything that could spoil their fun bashing Muslims.

The idea is simple: Bag Dame Eliza and that aristo pal of hers at MI6 and fly them off to a "renderistan" to make them confess their crimes as leading sponsors of jihadi terrorism, including against British citizens. The hyphenated viscount's daughter and his lordship John McLeod Scarlett of MI6 have a rap sheet a mile long, far too long to post here. Here are some highlights:

---------------------------------------- MI5 agent Shayler was slapped with a gag order when he revealed that MI6 paid Al Qaeda to assassinate Gaddafi. The attempt failed but the British-contracted Libyan Al Qaeda cell killed two German BND agents and then went on to blow up two US embassies in Africa. The mastermind of these murders of NATO allies was given refugee status in Britain. Libya issued an Interpol arrest warrant against Bin Laden that was ignored due to US & UK pressure.,2763,837332,00.html MI6 'halted bid to arrest bin Laden'

Startling revelations by French intelligence experts back David Shayler's alleged 'fantasy'about Gadaffi plot

Martin Bright, home affairs editor Sunday November 10, 2002 The Observer

British intelligence paid large sums of money to an al-Qaeda cell in Libya in a doomed attempt to assassinate Colonel Gadaffi in 1996 and thwarted early attempts to bring Osama bin Laden to justice.

The latest claims of MI6 involvement with Libya's fearsome Islamic Fighting Group, which is connected to one of bin Laden's trusted lieutenants, will be embarrassing to the Government, which described similar claims by renegade MI5 officer David Shayler as 'pure fantasy'.

The allegations have emerged in the book Forbidden Truth , published in America by two French intelligence experts who reveal that the first Interpol arrest warrant for bin Laden was issued by Libya in March 1998.

According to journalist Guillaume Dasquie and Jean-Charles Brisard, an adviser to French President Jacques Chirac, British and US intelligence agencies buried the fact that the arrest warrant had come from Libya and played down the threat. Five months after the warrant was issued, al-Qaeda killed more than 200 people in the truck bombings of US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania.

The arrest warrant was issued in connection with the murder in March 1994 of two German anti-terrorism agents, Silvan and Vera Becker, who were in charge of missions in Africa. According to the book, the resistance of Western intelligence agencies to the Libyan concerns can be explained by MI6's involvement with the al-Qaeda coup plot.

The Libyan al-Qaeda cell included Anas al-Liby, who remains on the US government's most wanted list with a reward of $25 million for his capture. He is wanted for his involvement in the African embassy bombings. Al-Liby was with bin Laden in Sudan before the al-Qaeda leader returned to Afghanistan in 1996.

Astonishingly, despite suspicions that he was a high-level al-Qaeda operative, al-Liby was given political asylum in Britain and lived in Manchester until May of 2000 when he eluded a police raid on his house and fled abroad. The raid discovered a 180-page al-Qaeda 'manual for jihad' containing instructions for terrorist attacks. ----------------------------------------

The European head of Al Qaeda, Abu Qatada, is an MI5 agent and hid in an MI5 safehouse while the police were looking for him.

----------------------------------------,,1-3-1050175,00.html March 25, 2004

Al-Qaeda cleric exposed as an MI5 double agent By Daniel McGrory and Richard Ford Allies say warnings were ignored

ONE of al-Qaeda’s most dangerous figures has been revealed as a double agent working for MI5, raising criticism from European governments, which repeatedly called for his arrest.

Britain ignored warnings – which began before the September 11 attacks – from half a dozen friendly governments about Abu Qatada’s links with terrorist groups and refused to arrest him. -------------------------- Monday, 8 July, 2002, 12:25 GMT 13:25 UK Britain 'sheltering al-Qaeda leader' A senior al-Qaeda leader is reportedly being looked after by British intelligence at a safe house in northern England

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