London Terror Attack — Britain on High Alert

“We stand together against the forces of evil.”
— British Prime Minister Theresa May

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The Guardian, 23 March, 2017.  Five people have died, including a police officer, and at least 20 people have been injured in a major terror attack outside the Houses of Parliament, the Metropolitan police have confirmed.

Mark Rowley, the head of counter-terrorism at the Met, said a police officer had died after being stabbed by a lone attacker attempting to enter the House of Commons. The suspect was shot and killed.

Police, students and French school pupils hurt in London attacks

Moments earlier, at about 2.40pm, the attacker drove a vehicle at speed into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge, near parliament, killing two people.

Rowley said at least 20 people, including three officers, were hurt in the attack on the bridge. A diplomatic source told Reuters three French students were among the injured.

“This is a day we’ve planned for but hoped would never happen. Sadly it’s now a reality,” Rowley said. “The attack started when a car was driven over Westminster Bridge hitting and injuring a number of members of the public, also including three police officers on their way back from a commendation ceremony.

“The car then crashed near to parliament and at least one man armed with a knife continued the attack and tried to enter parliament.

“Sadly, I can confirm that four people have died. That includes the police officer protecting parliament and one man we believe to be the attacker, who was shot by a police firearms officer. The officer’s family have been made aware. At least 20 people have been injured.” A fifth person was later pronounced dead from their injuries.

One woman is believed to have been thrown over the bridge into the river Thames – and later pulled alive from the water – while another fell on to a hard surface below the bridge.

The vehicle came to a halt on the pavement, up against railings to the north of New Palace Yard, the green space adjacent to Big Ben, opposite an entrance to Westminster tube station.

A man with a knife was then seen running through the gates of the Palace of Westminster, across New Palace Yard and stabbing a police officer. The attacker continued his rampage, targeting a second officer, according to witnesses, but was shot by police as he approached the second officer clutching his knife.

In the aftermath of the attack, the Foreign Officer minister Tobias Ellwood reportedly helped treat the injured officer. The Bournemouth MP, a former soldier, was pictured helping the police officer in Parliament Square. His brother Jonathan was killed in the 2002 Bali terror attack.

Colleen Anderson, a junior doctor, said a female pedestrian had died. She also said she treated a police officer in his 30s with a head injury who had been taken to King’s College hospital. “I confirmed one fatality. A woman. She was under the wheel of a bus. She died, confirmed her death at the scene,” she said.


The prime minister was expected to chair a meeting of the government’s emergency Cobra committee on Wednesday evening. A Downing Street spokesman said: “The thoughts of the PM and the government are with those killed and injured in this appalling incident, and with their families. The PM is being kept updated and will shortly chair COBR.”

Theresa May was in the Commons lobby when the incident occurred, according to the health secretary, Jeremy Hunt. He was with other ministers in a cabinet sub-committee when they were told of the incident.

Commander BJ Harrington, head of the Met’s public order command, said a full counter-terrorism investigation was under way. Harrington said the Met received a number of different reports, which included a report of a person in the river, a car in collision with pedestrians and a man armed with a knife.

The acting Met commissioner, Craig Mackey, was driving by parliament on his way to a meeting when the attack took place, Harrington said. He left his vehicle to help officers deal with the incident and was being treated as a witness.

Police asked people to avoid the following areas: Parliament Square, Whitehall, Westminster Bridge, Lambeth Bridge, Victoria Street up to the junction with Broadway, and the Victoria Embankment up to Embankment tube.

The Commons leader, David Lidington, told MPs in the moments after the attack that a police officer had been stabbed” and the “alleged assailant was shot by armed police” following a serious incident within the parliamentary estate.

Pictures emerged after the incident showing people lying injured on Westminster Bridge, some of them bleeding.

Two people could be seen lying within New Palace Yard, immediately outside Westminster Hall. The sitting in the House of Commons was suspended while police officers sealed off the area. Staff inside parliament were told to stay inside their offices.

Minutes after the incident, an emergency services helicopter landed in Parliament Square, as sirens were heard outside. Air ambulance medics came from the helicopter to assist the casualties.

Immediately before the incident, at about 2.45pm, people were seen running from the direction of Westminster Bridge and around the corner into Parliament Square.

Rob Lyon, 34, from Rugby, was walking along Westminster Bridge with a colleague when he saw a 4×4 vehicle travelling at high-speed, hitting pedestrians. He said: “I heard a wheel definitely hit a kerb, quite a loud crunch noise. I looked up and saw a car clearly hitting people as it came towards me.

“A colleague I was with, James, I heard him sort of shout. I instinctively jumped off the pavement. I could see people being hit. And then the car just carried on up the bridge and I just looked around and was really in shock.”

Radoslaw Sikorski captured the aftermath of the attack on Westminster Bridge on video. Sikorski, a senior fellow at the Harvard Centre for European Studies, said: “I heard what I thought was just a collision and then I looked through the window of the taxi and [saw] someone down, obviously in great distress.”

Rick Longley said he saw the car crash into the railings and a man leap out. “We were just walking up to the station and there was a loud bang and a guy, someone, crashed a car and took some pedestrians out,” he said. “They were just laying there and then the whole crowd just surged around the corner by the gates just opposite Big Ben.

“A guy came past my right shoulder with a big knife and just started plunging it into the policeman.”

Pat McCormack, 21, from Washington in Tyne and Wear saw an attacker stabbing the police officer. “I saw him stabbing the officer in the back of the head and the back of the neck. He was running away but then he collapsed.”

The Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, said: “There’s been an extremely serious incident in parliament today. Lives have been lost and people have been seriously injured. I want to thank the police and all the security services who did so much to keep the public, those who work in parliament and MPs safe. Our thoughts are with those who have suffered loss and those who have seen terrible injuries this afternoon.”

Steve White, the chair of the Police Federation of England and Wales, which represents tens of thousands of rank-and-file officers, said: “No words can capture how members of the policing family will feel after today’s horrific events. We have lived in the knowledge that an attack on UK soil has been highly likely for nearly three years. Everyone is firmly aware of this fact, but it makes it no less shocking when it becomes a reality.

“This incident highlights the very real risks that police face each and every day. Officers will tonight take the opportunity to hug loved ones and seek comfort in the company of friends and family. But one will not. The pain of that officer’s family, friends and colleagues will be shared by us all.

“Our hearts go out to their family and our thoughts are with them and their colleagues at this terrible time along with others who have been injured today.”

The incident took place a year to the day after the terror attack on Brussels, which killed 32 people and left 320 injured.



Sourced from The Guardian

49 thoughts to “London Terror Attack — Britain on High Alert”

  1. Obviously shooting to death in an empty compound entrance is a terribly excessive force to apply to :

    – a mis-understander of a religion of peace.
    – a person needing psychiatric care.
    – an immigrant adding diversity to a hateful yet still white dominated nation of racists.
    – an agent of Mother Merkel and Mother Mays’ economic tonic to the EU workforce

    Please can we all have guns to protect ourselves and cancel the Orwellian mind control / technocracy on stilts?

    1. Sorry but the Jews in charge will never let the peasants have guns, because, ultimately, the peasants have no God-given natural rights; rather, they exist only at the discretion of the all-powerful [Jew-controlled] state.

  2. England has been under a reign of JEWISH TERROR ever since Cromwell let the filthy RATS back in! And that was in 1655!

    FYI, in 1290, King Edward I of England issued an edict expelling all Jews. His edict has never been royally or formally rescinded.

    Time to expel the PARASITES once and for all!

  3. Its great Darkmoon is now implementing the free speech, as voltaire once stated, that it would die fighting for, even when disagreeing.
    I am gonna tell you what the feeling on the arab street is when events like the one above occur.
    I wouldnow more and more sonorously and sardonically call it
    or maybe
    its a feeling of relaxation, of anger release when news like these inundate cnn BBC or
    fox for weeks to come.
    But when trump bombs a children`s shelter in raqqa, disseminating and dismembering fifty one of them, its on the news for 51 seconds
    people with simple minds still say “but but but she was only a teacher or
    he was just a poor ol cop”
    the question arises … and what were all those children trmp gave the order to kill? Little bin ladens?
    They forget, as usual, that 400.005 people with normal lives have been slaughtered by those innocent british civilians goverment`s air force up in aleppo.
    And as i type i remember the words of a drunken navajo friend of mine up in York, pa.
    “Everytime we won a battle they called it a massacre, but when the White man won one, they called it a victory”
    At this time i believe al qaeda is ready to steal the leadership from the islamic state, who in a shift of strategy will go under which is actually worse and far more dangerous. Yes, just like Geronimo
    netanyahoo rubs his hands….
    pinning islam against the remnants of christianity is in effect.
    national socialism and White pride have now simbiotized with its victim.
    We are now back at the period before Hitler

    1. @ Palestinian…
      I have no reason to believe that you are A JEW masquerading as Palestinian ,maybe you are an Israeli Arab Palestinian
      my point is that two wrongs never make right.
      All actions of terror are evil and crimes against humanity .

  4. —Rick Longley said he saw the car crash into the railings and a man leap out. “We were just walking up to the station and there was a loud bang and a guy, someone, crashed a car and took some pedestrians out,” he said.—

    History has shown that the man will likely have been under psychiatric care… and on psych dispensed drugs.

    ALL of them in the US have been under psych care.

    Most don’t know that the FT Hood shooter was a psychiatrist, himself..!!

    At Ft Hood… Nidal Hasan, a U.S. Army major and psychiatrist, fatally shot 13 people and injured more than 30 others…

    1. Yup. And the Ft. Hood casualty count is as high as it is because Ft. Hood is a gun-free zone, no one, except police, were allowed to possess a gun … in a military fort. Go figure.

      I believe, in America, terrorists have struck only in gun-free zones. A possible exception could be a couple terrorist that went to shoot up a Muhammad cartoon contest in Texas. They only managed to shoot a security guard in the ankle before they both were killed. That happened in the street (not a gun-free zone) outside of the school building where the contest was held. That school building itself is a gun-free zone.

      1. Yeah, Gilroy – –

        The zone is…. greater than just the buildings:

        Pursuant to 18 U.S.C. § 921(a)(25):

        The term “school zone” means—

        (A) in, or on the grounds of, a public, parochial or private school; or

        (B) within a distance of 1,000 feet FROM THE GROUNDS of a public, parochial or private school.

      2. @ Gilroy Kelly

        The military being unarmed on post is the norm. They are even unarmed when working at a recruitment office off post. Even in a combat zone, sometimes the troops are unarmed. When entering and leaving Vietnam through US military processing camps, we were unarmed much to the irritation of the troops in the camps. The US military could normally care less if US grunt troops are killed since they are all considered cannon fodder. Their track record proves it.

        Since most, if not all, of the terrorist attacks in the USA have been false flags, they pick gun free zones because the government does not want some uninvolved civilian with a gun to kill the “pretend” perps before the desired outcome is accomplished.

  5. An interesting site
    claims it was a false flag. A false flag is not the same as a hoax.
    He argues with facts and concludes it must be a false flag.

    1. And why should we give credence to Aangirfan? Does Aangirfan have a hotline to the Truth?

      These conspiracy theorists see a false flag under every bed. This seems to be the knee-jerk reaction to every terrorist attack.

      Crying ‘WOLF!” once too often is not a good idea. It induces cynical skepticism.

      1. I’ve had the feeling for some time that is run by someone “in the know”. The way the blog is written is very leading by the nose to arrive at certain conclusions. Also it’s pro homosexual while trying to sound like they’re against people who prey on and victimize the young whether hetero or homo oriented. There are people who have been discussing this very issue about Aangirfan’s believability on a few other blogs for a while now.
        The site used to be “Aangirfan” then they claimed they got locked out of their own site, and so took out the “g” in the name – aanirfan.

    2. This could be be a false flag attack. But “could be” is not the same as “is”. The theorem awaits its proof.

      1. I have a conspiracy theory you’re not really a butterfly but a caterpillar, but I can’t prove it.

      2. Strange reaction. I just wanted
        to attent the posters on this website
        about the possibility of a false flag according
        Aanirfan, nothing more. Thank you

      3. That depends on what your meaning of the word “is” is.

        Sorry, I could not resist that.

      4. @ Mark

        Strange reaction. I just wanted
        to attent the posters on this website
        about the possibility of a false flag according
        Aanirfan, nothing more.

        You misunderstand my reaction, dear Mark. I was not angry with you for expressing your opinion or telling you that you were wrong to think that this could be a false flag attack. You could be right! And you are perfectly entitled to voice your suspicions of skulduggery and jiggerypokery.

        In the same way as you are entitled to jump on the conspiracy theory bandwagon — along with Franklin Ryckaert and Lobro and Aangirfan — surely you will not deny me the right to say that I disagree with this tendency to sniff out false flag attacks on every conceivable occasion?

        I was simply backing follyof war who made exactly the same point. He said, “I don’t buy that!” I say the same.

        You see, Mark, I believe there’s a need for caution. People who see conspiracy theories under every bed and shout “False Flag! … False flag!” whenever a terrorist attack occurs, are simply bringing GENUINE CONSPIRACIES into disrepute.

        The more you guys keep multiplying conspiracy theories at the drop of a hat, the more you are bringing Holocaust revisionism and 9/11 truth into disrepute.

        Am I telling you guys to shut up? Of course not! Feel free to multiply false flag attacks at compound interest! The more the merrier. But please, please do allow dissenters like me and follyofwar to express our cautious skepticism in a modest and civilized way.

        Disagreement with you, Franklin Ryckaert, Lobro and Aangirfan must not be construed as hostility or hate speech. Heaven forbid! I often disagree with my wife, but I still love her. 🙂

      5. Of course it awaits proof. But when you take into account that 9/11,7/7, Charlie Hebdo, the Friday 13th Paris attack, Orlando, Brussels, etc etc, Boston, were clearly false flags, then first suspicion is FF. The bigger question is whether it’s a hoax, like Boston, Paris, Brussels.

        Has any CCTV footage of the attack been seen, in the most surveilled city in the world?

  6. Some odd facts:
    1) Roads look surprisingly empty.
    2) The police Officer victim of the attack was seemingly absent-minded. He did not only fail to protect the Parliament but he failed to protect himself as well. Being stabbed in the back may happen to anyone in a crowded place but not to an police Officer on duty at the Parliament.
    3) Police Officers are in principle instructed to restrain (for further investigation) not to kill a suspect, (unless it is meant to silence him).
    4) Surprisingly enough, the suspect (already identified as Khalid Massood-obviously Middle-eastern) didn’t leave his Identity papers behind nor shout the most famous identifier of a Muslim terrorist: Allahu Akbar!
    5) Finally, a super witness “The acting Met commissioner, Craig Mackey, was driving by parliament was driving by parliament on his way to a meeting when the attack took place”.
    We’re waiting for untampered with CCTV footages and raw footages taken by people with unsure hands; otherwise, I suspect it to be a false flag/staged drama to implement freedom restricting laws or, in the worst case, obstruct Brexit.

  7. @ Madame Butterfly :

    What does the jap street think about all the horrific war crimes your fellow japs inflicted on the Chinese in the 1930’s around that time period?


    what does the chink street think about all the horrific war crimes the Japanese inflicted on your fellow chinks in china in the 1930s around that time period?

    Let’s get a discussion going. Come On!

    1. @ TROJ

      @ Madame Butterfly : What does the jap street think about all the horrific war crimes your fellow japs inflicted on the Chinese in the 1930’s around that time period?

      I have no idea, dear Joe, since I am not Japanese.

  8. Uncle and Sister Monitoring Mother Hen ;

    I sent in a post today about “the arab street and how I don’t care for that expression” and it’s being CENSORED, and that confuses me as Darkmoon has always called all of us to respect Muslims, so I don’t understand why a post very respectful to the Muslims is being CENSORED at Darkmoon which always calls all of us to have respect for the Muslims. It really makes NO sense to CENSOR a post respectful to Muslims after so many years Darkmoon always called upon all of us to respect the Muslim world. Please explain why you’re CENSORING my post very respectful to the Muslim world AFTER years of calling upon us all to respect the Muslim world, preferably explain using what is called LOGIC if you know what LOGIC is, you don’t seem to have any clue to what LOGIC is, let alone have any idea how important LOGIC is. Are you TWO, Uncle and “Mother” supposedly “Superior”, some kind of drug addicts that you don’t give a f*ckin flyin’ sh*t about LOGIC?

      1. Re the expression “The arab Street”

        I don’t care for the expression “arab street”. I think it’s a disgusting expression. The MSM always uses the expression, “What does the arab street think about this, what does the arab street think about that?”. Streets don’t think. No one ever says, “What does the jew street in Israel think about this, about that?”, “What does the English street think about the recent terrorist attack on Parliament?”, “What does the jew street in New York City think about this, think about that?”. Only with the Arabs is the expression used and it’s a disgusting expression, an expression meant to de-humanize the Arabs and equate the Arabs with streets, and as we all know, streets are many times dirty and streets at all times are NOT human. A truly disgusting expression. I didn’t capitalize “Arab” to make a point. The ones who always use the expression “arab street” NEVER capitalize “Arab”. But they do always capitalize “Jew”.

      2. @ TROJ

        Can you tell me why you object to the expression “arab street”, since you have no scruples about using the expression “jap street”?

        (You used the term “jap street” in your comment to me above.)

        You’re not very consistent, are you? If you don’t like the term “arab street”, don’t use the term “jap street”, OK?

  9. Madame Butterfly :

    I said “jap street” only to make a point how unfair the expression is. I’m glad you responded, now you know how the Arabs feel to be referred to as “streets”. If the MSM used the expression “jap street” I would find that disgusting also. I’m sorry to hear you’re not Japanese, I like the Japanese. I thought with your handle you would definitely be Japanese. What are you then, if not Japanese? A spaghetti benderess? An eye-talian opera singer? Maybe so, after all you do have a Big Mouth, 🙂 .

    1. @ TROJ

      I’m sorry to hear you’re not Japanese, I like the Japanese. I thought with your handle you would definitely be Japanese. What are you then, if not Japanese?

      OK, I will tell you, since you ask. I come from an ancient aristocratic family related to the Romanovs, so I am basically of Russian origin. But the family settled in Paris after the Bolshevik Revolution and then made its way to England in the 1920s, where we married into a rich mercantile family in Norfolk.

      I was educated at the Sorbonne and Heidelberg University, but my main passion in life has always been entomology, especially the study of rare butterflies. I have written a monograph on the lepidoptera of the Himalayan region and am in the process of trying to find a talented painter, preferably in water colours, to illustrate the various exotic specimens in my collection.

      I asked Lasha Darkmoon if she would be interested in illustrating my butterfly collection, since I’m told she is a talented painter. She declined politely. I was very disappointed at her refusal, but at least she was polite enough to answer my email.


      Madame Butterfly

      1. Darkmoon is very smart indeed in refusing your request ,it was a nice try to unmask her real identity
        Tell me Butterfly ,who you work for ?

  10. You just can’t jump to any rash conclusions by assuming that whenever an Old Testament-style massacre occurs that it must have been the handiwork of “False Flag Central” and that it was carried out with the cynical intention of smearing the otherwise innocent Arab population of the Middle East – and to provide yet another pretext for bombing and killing Arabs in the on-going sham war against “terrorism.” In the absence of any hard evidence, which cannot be garnered anyway given the nature of the information lockdown that we’re living under, you just gotta wonder what it is, exactly, that motivates these “radicalized Arabs” to persist in waging these nonsensical and counterproductive terrorist attacks. It makes perfect sense when you think about it: The Arabs who carry out these attacks are deliberately seeking to invite military invasions against themselves, for the simple reason that they absolutely LOVE being on the receiving end of Willy Peter and other deadly High Tech military technologies. In other words, the “terrorists” are hoping to invite the wrath of the beast and they simply LOVE watching their women and children getting blown to smithereens, which is the only real point behind each and every one of these “terrorist attacks.” Yeah, it makes perfect sense.

    1. You don’t need to be cynical about it. The Hamas regime of Gaza has several times shot ridiculously ineffective rockets into Israel with the result that Israel reacted with ruthless disproportion. Yet they kept on doing it. These people act more emotionally than rationally. Keep also in mind that according to their mythology a Muslim warrior fallen in battle goes straight to heaven with its eternal sexual rewards. Irrational Muslim terrorism exists, but its false flag imitation also exists.

    2. right, right, franklin, you don’t need to be logical about it:

      The Hamas regime of Gaza has several times shot ridiculously ineffective rockets into Israel with the result that Israel reacted with ruthless disproportion. Yet they kept on doing it.

      on a related note: The Goyim keep making death threats against Jews and vandalizing Jewish cemeteries, synagogues and community centers with the result that Jew capitalizes on it with ramped up hate speech laws and increased political clout. Yet they keep on doing it.

      1. 😀

        Franklin, whatever your merits, military thinking is not one of them
        “okay troops, here is my plan to take out those antiaircraft batteries: we float over them in the Goodyear blimp in broad daylight and drop these bricks and flower pots on them – and I challenge Lobro to prove that it is not the best strategy”

        1st you say this

        The Hamas regime of Gaza has several times shot RIDICULOUSLY INEFFECTIVE rockets into Israel

        followed by this in the 2nd comment

        Presumably Hamas’ MILITARY TRAINING of its youth “to liberate the whole of Palestine” (a wholy (sic) unrealistic endeavor) is also done by “Israeli agents”?

        basically you are telling us that 70 years of their military training, much of it in sympathetic countries like egypt, Syria, Lebanon, tunisia and libya has convinced them that the best way forward is by being not just ridiculously ineffective but repeatedly so, every time jews need a pretext for slaughter, the cream of the hamas military might obliges by tossing in ridiculously ineffective home made roman candles that fall into no-man’s land.

        let me try to keep a serious face on for 45 seconds, franklin:
        yes, palestinians have every right to refuse to acknowledge legitimacy of jew entity, which has absolutely zero legitimacy whether in international law, common law or basic human decency, they also train their men on how to fight in urban street setting, effective use of tunnels, sewers, booby traps and so forth.
        I would certainly do so.

        But you insist that their prime weapon is the one that never claimed the slightest damage, ;et alone loss of jew life and that is guaranteed to result in (preplanned) “retaliation” with killer drones, sophisticated, satellite controlled munitions, jets strafing their women and children in schools, hospitals, mosques, churches, cluster bombs, white phosphorus, thermobaric fuel-air bombs that set the very oxygen in your lungs on fire, depleted uranium … yes, let’s pitch another tin can that mimics a rocket at them in return for all these goodies.

        You got it, Franklin, I cannot make my case against your unassailable logic 🙂

      2. @Lobro

        Whether the creation of Israel was moral or not is not the point of discussion here. The point is that many Muslims (and especially the Hamas leaders of Gaza) are irrationally fanatic in their pursuit of wholly unrealistic objectives. They can never defeat Israel, yet they keep on trying with the (predictable) dire results. Firing rockets at Israel is just as ineffective as trying to enter Israel via tunnels and then trying to defeat it militarily, and yet they keep on training their youth for that purpose. Muslims do not need Israeli agents to impersonate irrational behavior, they already have it of themselves. Watch this video and decide if these are genuine Muslim leaders or “Israeli agents” :

  11. “We stand together against FOR the forces of evil.”
    — British Prime Minister Theresa May

    Everybody please stand up for the Universal Shabbo Anthem.

    1. @ Sean
      I found it odd and offensive for a self confessed Muslim ,are you really a Muslim ?
      to quote ,even copy and paste that offending name israhell to Jerusalem.
      The city of Jerusalem both sectors East and West are occupied territories under the rule of morality law and international law . the UN partition resolution of 1947 designated both Jerusalem and Bethlehem as International zones under UN administration .but both Jordan and Israel violated International Laws in annexing parts of the holy cities to their illegitimate rogue states . no country ever recognized the theft of these cities and Palestinians will never
      bow down to your Islamic Arabic treachery and cowardice.

        1. Sean,

          We are aware of the trolls in our midst. We let them speak here in moderation, confident that our more intelligent posters are capable of sniffing them out. In any case, you have full freedom here to “out” any poster on this site who you suspect is a troll. Be suspicious of everyone except the few you can trust. Christ had twelve close friends called “apostles”. One of them was Judas Iscariot, the traitor.

  12. “Israel and Hamas may currently be locked in deadly combat, but, according to several current and former U.S. intelligence officials, beginning in the late 1970s, Tel Aviv gave direct and indirect financial aid to Hamas over a period of years.

    Israel “aided Hamas directly — the Israelis wanted to use it as a counterbalance to the PLO (Palestinian Liberation Organization),” said Tony Cordesman, Middle East analyst for the Center for Strategic Studies.”
    Interesting that the bottle bombs lobbed into Israel do little damage,other than to enrage the IDF……

    1. @ Wiggins

      Good job pointing this out. I would have thought that most commenters on Darkmoon would have been aware of this tidbit.

      The old divide and conquer trick, a jewish specialty. Imagine that and it’s only deadly for the Palestinians. Imagine that again. When jews are involved, everything is exactly as it appears. 🙂

      1. As you should/could know there are not a few jew trolls on this site. So it’s not in their interest to show te link between tel aviv and hamas, an invented ISis to counter the PLO. By deception you shall wage war!

    2. Wiggins –

      It’s the same game….

      You know to follow $$$$…. and also follow $$$$….

      Then… follow $$$..!! 🙂

      Ariel Sharon’s War Plans included the Hamas Gang as His Tool

      EIR(Lyndon LaRouche)claimed two key factors were identified by the sources:
      1. Sharon’s ability to use the Hamas group as a tool for destabilizing Jordan, ultimately overthrowing King Abdullah II and establishing Jordan as a “Palestinian homeland” under Hamas control. To this end, Sharon, who was instrumental in launching the Hamas movement, has dispatched his son as an emissary to the Islamist group. Key Hamas personnel have already been infiltrated into Jordan, in preparation for Sharon’s provocation of war in the days or weeks ahead, the sources said.

      In many ways, the Sharon-backed Hamas targetting of Jordan is a replay of 1970’s “Black September” destabilization which involved Abu Nidal, long suspected of being an asset of British and Israeli intelligence.
      *–-In the 1970s, Hamas was built up by Israeli occupying forces as a “countergang” to the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) of Yasser Arafat. Individuals who later emerged as Hamas leaders were granted licenses by Israeli authorities to set up food kitchens, clinics, schools, and day-care centers, to create a governing structure alternative to Arafat’s Fatah.

      2. Sharon’s ability to manipulate the Bush Administration into giving de facto support to the war drive. Sharon assumes that President Bush can be manipulated into supporting Israeli war provocations because Bush seeks to justify a defense buildup, which would require a perceived war danger in order to win Congressional support. Despite Sharon’s public rebuke by President Bush during their June White House summit, and subsequent statements by Secretary of State Colin Powell endorsing the entirety of the Mitchell Commission proposal for confidence-building measures, leading to a final peace agreement with the Palestinian Authority, Sharon remains confident that he can ultimately achieve American support for his war manuevers.

      Indeed, on July 6, testifying before Congress, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld acknowledged that a war crisis would give the Administration leeway to crank up – DEFENSE SPENDING – from the current 3% of GDP, to 8-10%.

      *AND…‘Rummy’ could not find the –- $2.3 TRILLION at Pentagon..!!

      On September 10th 2001, Sec. Defence Donald Rumseld announced that 2.3 Trillion Dollars in transactions could not be accounted for. On September 11th 2001 the Accounting offices in the Pentagon were blown up.

  13. Cry for London, yes. But spare one tear for the Rohingyas, Syrians, Somalis, Yemenis, Iraqis, Libyans, Afghans, and Palestinians, please!

  14. Strange days ahead….little zionist,fascist Britian gets a tiny…”COLLATERAL HIT”…and everybody screams blue murder…the truth is so vile and criminal.

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