The key to the whole case is through the looking glass. Black is white and white is black.
from JFK, the movie
British Muslims training with al-Qaeda were planning an armed rampage through London as part of a terrorist spectacular aimed at European capitals, sources told the Daily Telegraph.[...]A senior al-Qaeda commander from Egypt, was killed in North Waziristan [in a Predator drone strike], disrupting the planned attacks.
Well, I don't know where I ever got the notion that the British had anything to do with terrorism. Oh, yeah:
After Afghan President Karzai's statements about the helicopters flying opposition militants to the North ... a major discussion has started in Afghan media about the "ghost helicopters." In this debate, the British are pointed out openly and made a laughingstock for their double game.But the journalist who originally made the revelation ... has in the meantime been shot by British military forces....
Might this idea of a Mumbai attack on London have been fabricated as "proof" that the British don't run global terrorism? Was there actually a drone attack in Waziristan, and if so, who was killed? As the following indicates, the reports in the media about Waziristan have little to do with the reality there:
Pakistan’s mercenary Army is conducting massive operations against the militants in the tribal region behind a smoke screen. No journalists are permitted inside the war zone. Reports about the fighting and casualties of the so-called Taliban and army as well as civilian victims are primarily based on the information, misinformation and propaganda released by government or military spokesmen.[...]The New York-based Human Rights Watch said the Army was targeting civilians who had voiced support for the Taliban when they controlled Swat or were suspected of providing them food or shelter. "People are taken away, and sometimes they turn up a few days or weeks later having been tortured. Sometimes they disappear. Sometimes their body is dumped with a bullet in the head," said Tom Malinowski, director for the Human Rights Watch.[...]Abdus Sattar Ghazali is the Executive Editor of the online magazine American Muslim Perspective
So how many of the "al Qaeda terrorists" blown to bits were infants? (Pakistan's military evidently has its own Satanist faction, and they're doing the same thing in Waziristan, with some help from the CIA, that the US did in Vietnam, such as the My Lai massacre. This of course is an oversimplification, but I believes it's a significant aspect of what's happening there.)
It's beginning to appear to me that the "Apocalypse" horde is trying to turn all thinking Americans into "militant"-sympathizers, so that we can then be branded "terrorists" and given the Aafia Siddiqui frame-up and railroad treatment.