Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Waving The False Flag

Waving the False Flag

BAGHDAD, Sept. 19 (Xinhuanet) -- Iraqi police detained two British soldiers in civilian clothes in the southern city Basra for firing on a police station on Monday, police said. "Two persons wearing Arab uniforms opened fire at a police station in Basra. A police patrol followed the attackers and captured them to discover they were two British soldiers," an Interior Ministry source told Xinhua. The two soldiers were using a civilian car packed with explosives, the source said. He added that the two were being interrogated in the police headquarters of Basra. The British forces informed the Iraqi authorities that the two soldiers were performing an official duty, the source said. British military authorities said they could not confirm the incident but investigations were underway.-news.xinhuanet.com/english/2005-09/19/content_3514065.htm

International news organs are reporting a British operation to “rescue” British soldiers involved in a shooting in Basra. It seems the two men were stopped at a checkpoint by Iraqi security officials and the two Englishmen who were dressed in civilian (some reports indicate they were in traditional Arab clothing) clothing started shooting. The Brits opened fire on the Iraqis and one of the victims eventually died. Come to find out the car was loaded with explosives! The two men were detained in a Basra jail and according to some reports were later taken to a house. Quite naturally the spin from British authorities and their news fails to mention the explosives plus they justify the attack by twelve tanks on the Basra jail as a result of their concern "for the safety of their comrades". I suspect the British tanks went in to get the soldiers out oftheir government's fear they would be interrogated and eventually reveal their mission and why they were dressed in Arab clothing driving a car loaded with explosives. I also suspect the two were part of a special ops team going around blowing up buildings and assassinating folks in a false flag operation to be used to blame the “insurgency” and fuel the rationale for both Britain and the US staying in Iraq.
Nations and groups use what are called false flag operations to create the false impression another group or nation is responsible for a terrorist or military action so the second gets blamed for it. For example the Boston Tea party was a false flag operation. White colonists dressed up as Native Americans and dumped a ship load of tea into the harbor. They hoped the disguise would make the British think the deed was done by ‘Indians”. I suspect the two British soldiers stopped at the check point in Basra with a car load of explosives were up to some mischief. More than likely they were either supplying explosives to some group for nefarious use or and this is my opinion they were preparing for some sort of false flag operation so the blame would be charged to insurgents, probably some CIA/M16/Mossad front organization like al Qaeda or one of the notorious shadowy bogey men like Abu Musab al-Zarqawi. Right on cue the Western media mind control apparatus is spinning the story the two men were working “undercover”. The New York Times dated 09-20-05 had a story that read, “ Two British soldiers working under cover were arrested Monday in the southern city of Basra and then freed as a British armored vehicle blasted through the wall of their jail after an angry crowd began rioting outside, an Interior Ministry official said. The official said that the soldiers were undercover officers dressed as Iraqis and that Iraqi police officers had arrested them after the men fired at a traffic police officer. A British military spokesman in Basra confirmed that ‘two U.K. military personnel’ had been detained early on Monday ‘in a shooting incident’ and that troops had used an armored fighting vehicle ‘to gain entry’ to the police station to release them. He said that more than one vehicle had been in the area and that the police inside the station had refused to obey orders from the Interior Ministry to release the men.” Notice the Times article admits two UK military personnel were detained and that more than one armored vehicle was seen in the area of the police station but does not say ten to twelve vehicles stormed the police station as other accounts do. If the Brits were undercover why did they fire on the Iraqi security guards at the checkpoint during a routine stop? The Iraqis stated the two looked suspicious. This begs the question, how and why did they have a carload of explosives, something the New York Times article conveniently fails to mention? The Times quotes an unnamed Iraqi official who was not authorized to speak to the press (So why did the Times use him for a quote?); and uses his quote to spin the story to say the Brits were in danger of being seized by Iraqi militia hoping to use the Brits to force an exchange for their colleagues in British custody. “The official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to the press, said the riot began Monday evening when militia members converged on the police station holding the British men, apparently hoping to seize them in order to free their three colleagues in British custody. The British spokesman said there had been 100 to 200 people in the crowd. Ali Dabagh, a Shiite member of the National Assembly who had just emerged from a briefing with Interior Minister Bayan Jabr in Baghdad on Monday night, said that militia members had begun attacking the station with assault rifles and rocket-propelled grenades, and that British troops soon responded to defend it. The ministry official said that British armored vehicles had fired on the station, headquarters of the major crimes unit in central Basra, and broken through its outer wall. Troops then stormed in and freed the two men, he said. There were reports of prisoners escaping, but the official denied them.” Contrast this with a story in the Chinese newspaper Xinhua which reported “Iraqi police detained two British soldiers in civilian clothes in the southern city Basra for firing on a police station on Monday, police said. ‘Two persons wearing Arab uniforms opened fire at a police station in Basra. A police patrol followed the attackers and captured them to discover they were two British soldiers,’ an Interior Ministry source told Xinhua. The two soldiers were using a civilian car packed with explosives, the source said. He added that the two were being interrogated in the police headquarters of Basra. The British forces informed the Iraqi authorities that the two soldiers were performing an official duty, the source said. British military authorities said they could not confirm the incident but investigations were underway.” The only similarity between the two is they both admit the Brits were dressed as Arabs. The US and British media will use the incident to further demonize Iran while downplaying an obvious false flag on the part of England. The Times of London carried this version of the same incident, “There are strong suspicions that the bloodshed is being orchestrated with weapons and encouragement from Iran. The clashes and the arrest of two undercover soldiers was almost certainly triggered by the arrest at the weekend of Sheikh Ahmed al-Fartusi, the leader of the Mahdi Army, a banned militia loyal to Moqtada al-Sadr. He was seized by British troops in a raid that also netted his brother and another colleague. 'The operation is the result of an ongoing multinational force investigation that identified individuals believed to be responsible for organizing terrorist attacks against multinational forces,' said a statement released by the British military on Sunday after the deaths of six British soldiers and two security guards over the past two months.” So we see Iran which coincidently is the next target of the Axis of Evil (AmeriKKKa, Britain and Israel) is being linked editorially to the incident although there is no evidence that this is true. Don’t drink the Kook-Aid, on this one; think for yourself . Connect the dots to get the real picture of what is going on.

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