Wednesday, December 01, 2010

GENERAL SAYS WIKILEAKS IS CIA AND MOSSAD

Mirza Aslam Beg

On 30 November 2010, we read that a former Pakistani army Chief of Staff has said that the CIA and Mossad are behind the WikiLeaks Reports

Former Pakistani army Chief of Staff Mirza Aslam Beg has said that Wikileaks is a US plot to create a rift between friendly and neighbouring states.

"The US has a hand in this plot, and these reports are part of the US psychological warfare," said Beg.

He stated that the US could prevent the leak of information if it wanted to.

He warned that the real conspiracy behind these reports will be unraveled in future.

Beg explained that the CIA and Mossad have launched efforts to weaken and destabilize Pakistan, and the WikiLeaks reports are part of these efforts.

WikiLeaks claimed that Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah, a close ally of Pakistan, reportedly called Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari the main cause of his country's woes.

The Pakistani President's office has stated that the leaks were "no more than an attempt to create misperceptions between two important and brotherly Muslim countries".

Beg has spoken out about 9 11 (Former CIA and top official speak openly about - 911 Lies)

In 2001, Beg said:

"Many of us in this region believe that Osama or his al-Qaeda were not responsible for 11 September attacks in New York and Washington, yet the coalition led by United States is busy on ‘Afghan bashing,’ chasing objectives, which go much beyond Osama bin Laden.

"The information which is now coming up, goes to prove that involvement by the ‘rogue elements’ of the U.S. military and intelligence organization is getting more obvious.

"Osama bin Laden and al-Qaeda definitely do not have the knowhow and the capability to launch such operations involving such high precision coordination, based on information and expertise."
(EIR, December 10, 2001)

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The USA takes an interest in the nuclear activities of Pakistan and North Korea.

(Korean War Crisis: Brought To You By Uncle Sam)

Donald Rumsfeld presided over a $200 million dollar contract to deliver equipment and services to build two light water reactor stations in North Korea in January 2000 when he was an executive director of ABB (Asea Brown Boveri).

Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan is the father of Pakistan's atom bomb program.

Reportedly, he is protected by the CIA.

Khan has admitted selling nuclear technology via a worldwide network.

Linked to Khan was a Dubai company which gave nuclear components to North Korea.

The CIA prevented the Dutch from arresting Khan on two occasions.

Former Dutch Prime Minister, Ruud Lubbers said:

"The man was followed for almost ten years and obviously he was a serious problem. But again I was told that the secret services could handle it more effectively. The Hague did not have the final say in the matter. Washington did."

Lubbers stated that Khan was allowed to slip in and out of the Netherlands with the blessing of the CIA.

According to george W Bush, Khan became the "primary salesman of an extensive international network for the proliferation of nuclear technology and know-how."

Khan helped North Korea to build nuclear bombs.

Canada Free Press reported:

"Lubbers suspects that Washington allowed Khan's activities because Pakistan was a key ally in the fight against the Soviets...

"The US knew Pakistan was developing nuclear weapons but couldn’t care less because it was not going to be used against them. It was a deterrent against India and possibly the Soviets."

In September 2005 the Amsterdam court which sentenced Khan to four years imprisonment in 1983 reported it had lost the legal files on the case.

The court’s vice-president, Judge Anita Leeser, accused the CIA of stealing the files.

"Something is not right, we just don’t lose things like that," she told Dutch news show NOVA. "I find it bewildering that people lose files with a political goal, especially if it is on request of the CIA."

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WikiLeaks report a conspiracy against Pakistan: Pakistan's Law Minister Babar Awan

Pakistan Army Chief Kayani Considered Ousting President Zardari.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

ref "The US knew Pakistan was developing nuclear weapons but couldn’t care less"
Huba Control in Switzerland is said to belong to Siemens, but is acting under their own name. One of their products are pressure-switches, which apparently are needed to properly trigger the conventional explosive around the Uranium? core of a nuclear bomb. At the time, Pakistan was interested to buy these switches directly from Huba Control, this transaction was denied, but Huba Control was willing and able to sell a complete production line for these switches instead. All parties are said to have known the real purpose of the switches.. It appears, Uncle Sam was not terribly upset about this transfer of technology, Huba Control was given afterwards the permission to produce the famous Stinger anti-aircraft rockets under US licence for the Swiss Army...
Caveman

Anonymous said...

Most likely this will be another
"false flag" to bring down another
piece of American's constution when
they sanitize the web for the sheeple of US,they are so easy to herd,and they know so little of the
world.Thier school system only trains them to be obedient workers
just barely able to fill out simple
paperwk,and take orders,note;thier
abuse at airports,while the border
is open,this shows how stupid the mass herd is.

wikileaks_is_CIA said...

This is directly from the Wikipedia November 2007, since erased: "There have been many allegations that Wikileaks is a CIA front (f.e. by cryptome[17]), although there is no direct evidence; arguments have centered around the location of Wikileaks-related matters and the source of its funding. A Wikileaks spokesperson has denied allegations but added "If we were CIA, we couldn’t tell you.”[18] The contact number on Wikileaks.org, has a D.C. area code and is a Verizon cell phone number registered in Adelphi, Maryland. Intellus.com, a Web tracking service, connected the number to a “Va Reston.” Twenty miles down the road from Adelphi is Reston, Virginia, home to iDefense labs, whose Web site says it is “a comprehensive provider of security intelligence to governments.”[19]
The DC telephone number is also on the same telephone exchange as the newly created (2006) Iraq Study Group[20] and the Afghanistan embassy of Washington[21"

 
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