The Next False Flag: An Attack On the U.S. Embassy in Yemen

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The Next False Flag: An Attack On the U.S. Embassy in Yemen
« on: January 04, 2010, 12:44:53 pm »
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/8439892.stm

The closure of three embassies in Yemen followed local security forces losing track of six trucks full of arms and explosives, say reports from Yemen.

France announced its mission in the capital Sanaa was shut on Monday, a day after the US and UK closed theirs.

It comes after threats from an al-Qaeda wing linked to an alleged plot to blow up a transatlantic plane over the US.

But the UK Foreign Office said it was unaware of such a threat, and denied it was the cause for the embassy closure.

Yemeni government sources, meanwhile, said their forces had shot dead two militants north of Sanaa.

A Yemen-based group called Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (Aqap) last week urged attacks on "crusaders" in embassies, as it claimed an alleged attempt to bomb a US airliner on Christmas Day.

The US shut its embassy in Sanaa on Sunday, citing "ongoing threats" by the militant organisation, and the UK followed suit.

On Monday, France shut its Yemen embassy, Japan suspended its consular service in Sanaa, and Spain restricted public access to its mission there.

According to Yemeni media, it comes after six trucks full of weapons and explosives entered the capital, and the security forces lost track of the vehicles.

Britain said on Sunday the shutdown was for unspecified security reasons.

BBC security correspondent Frank Gardener says Western embassies in the region are a prime target for al-Qaeda.

The Yemeni authorities have tightened security measures at Sanaa's airport, as well as around a number of embassies.

Meanwhile, all travellers flying to America are now being subjected to tougher screening, introduced by the US government.

Passengers from 14 countries, including those the US deems state-sponsors of terrorism - Cuba, Iran, Sudan and Syria - will face extra searches.

Yemen and Nigeria - through which the main bomb plot suspect, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, travelled - also face the new restrictions.

Passengers flying from other countries will be checked at random.

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http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/8439892.stm

According to Yemeni media, it comes after six trucks full of weapons and explosives entered the capital, and the security forces lost track of the vehicles.

What is this? The Three Stooges in Blunderland?

Attention: Al MI6/Mossad/CIAduh - your fresh shipment of whupass has just arrived!


Change you can believe in!

6 TRUCKS???  Like just HOW MANY PLACES COULD YOU EVEN PARK 6 STOLEN TRUCKS?

Epic Fail....LULZ


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I used to know a guy who was a Marine F.A.S.T.(US Marine Corps. FAST: Fleet Anti-Terrorism Security Team) member And he told me a story once about how his team rotated through Yemen or was it Qatar, might have been both, but anyhow, he told me they had multiple warehouses there FILLED to the brim with ammo, weapons, and explosives. And the security was apparently pretty lax too. I have to tell you, it filled me with patriotic pride knowing that our government goes to such low levels of security to protect its own interests. Not mentioning ours. Of course this was the story that curled my toes and made me cringe the least out of all of them.
The resistance starts here. Unfortunately, the entire thing is moving beyond the intellectual infowar. I vow I will not make an overt rush at violent authority, until authority makes it's violent rush at me and you. I will not falter, I will not die in this course. For that is how they win.

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FALSE FLAG WATCH!!!
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I used to know a guy who was a Marine F.A.S.T.(US Marine Corps. FAST: Fleet Anti-Terrorism Security Team) member And he told me a story once about how his team rotated through Yemen or was it Qatar, might have been both, but anyhow, he told me they had multiple warehouses there FILLED to the brim with ammo, weapons, and explosives. And the security was apparently pretty lax too. I have to tell you, it filled me with patriotic pride knowing that our government goes to such low levels of security to protect its own interests. Not mentioning ours. Of course this was the story that curled my toes and made me cringe the least out of all of them.

After a colossal screwup of this magnitude I wouldn't bother just "closing my embassy", I'd be taking down the sign, moving out tonight, selling it and not coming back ....

Is Hillary on vacation or what? Or does the dump need to be renovated?

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how in the hell do you lose track of 6 trucks? this isn't the movie " dude wheres my 6 trucks of ammo and explosives". That move will definitely cost lives, and was most likely done on purpose.
One of my favorite philosophical tenets is that people will agree with you only if they already agree with you. You do not change people's minds. Frank Zappa

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Yeah, but like with everything else, Obama has that whole "Ostrich with head in sand" Syndrome... He figures if he waits his customary 3 days, everything will correct itself, or he will just go on the air, make a quick speech, throw a flunky under a bus, and all will return to normal. Foreign intelligence HAS to know hwere all the service personnel are staying as well as the Diplomats. So NOBODY can tell me they can't cause harm to them if they want to. Nothing short of a complete Embassy evacuation can keep those people safe if the locals want to do harm to them...or our government.


After a colossal screwup of this magnitude I wouldn't bother just closing my embassy, I'd be taking down the sign, moving out tonight, selling it and not coming back ....
The resistance starts here. Unfortunately, the entire thing is moving beyond the intellectual infowar. I vow I will not make an overt rush at violent authority, until authority makes it's violent rush at me and you. I will not falter, I will not die in this course. For that is how they win.

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how in the hell do you lose track of 6 trucks? this isn't the movie " dude wheres my 6 trucks of ammo and explosives". That move will definitely cost lives, and was most likely done on purpose.

Well let's just keep hoping that Northcom is this efficient at home!


BTW the other night I was stopped doing 120 in a 60 (daytime construction zone signage) and the great cop was so enamored of my 9/11 Was An Inside Job bumper sticker, (wink) he only gave me a ticket for doing 10 over 80 - 3 miles back...

$40 and no points!  Though we may never see Them, there is a God.

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Well let's just keep hoping that Northcom is this efficient at home!


BTW the other night I was stopped doing 120 in a 60 (daytime construction zone signage) and the great cop was so enamored of my 9/11 Was An Inside Job bumper sticker, (wink) he only gave me a ticket for doing 10 over 80 - 3 miles back...

$40 and no points!  Though we may never see Them, there is a God.


We need more fine officers like that.
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We need more fine officers like that.

Well, I seriously need to slow down too... supercharged engines have a way of getting away from you ::)

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Re: Embassies shut down in Yemen after trucks of explosives/ammo DISAPPEAR!
« Reply #10 on: January 04, 2010, 08:16:21 pm »
The Next False Flag: An Attack On the U.S. Embassy in Yemen

Kurt Nimmo
Infowars.com
January 4, 2010

http://www.infowars.com/the-next-false-flag-an-attack-on-the-u-s-embassy-in-yemen/

Earlier today, the Daily Telegraph reported that a truck of explosives and weapons managed to slip past a surveillance operation in Sana’a, Yemen.

“The revelations came as western diplomatic missions in Sana’a went into lockdown following threats from al-Qaeda’s Yemeni affiliate, which has taken responsibility for a failed attempt to blow up an airliner over Detroit on Christmas Day,” the newspaper reported. “The identity of those who smuggled the weapons contingent into Sana’a has not been disclosed, and it is unclear if its disappearance is linked to al-Qaeda’s increasingly powerful Yemeni branch, al-Qaeda in the Arab Peninsula.”

“Diplomats dismissed speculation that the vanishing convoy could presage an imminent attack on Western interests in the city.”

An attack on “Western interests” or an embassy or two would play right into the hands of the U.S. and Britain.

Gordon Brown has said he will convene a summit of world leaders on the Yemen problem at the end of this month.

In the United States the corporate media continues to beat the war drums and spread absurd hysteria about a supposed al-Qaeda faction in Yemen. We are expected to believe a rag-tag gang of terrorists in one of the world’s poorest countries pose a threat to freedom-loving Americans the same way a sanctions-ravaged Iraq posed a threat after Saddam ganged up with Osama and al-Qaeda — one of the more colorful lies spun by the warmongering and Muslim-hating neocons.

Last October authorities in Yemen busted a terrorist cell accused of attacking the U.S. embassy the previous month. According to a reported filed with the state-run Saba news agency, the group had links to Israeli intelligence. “The report, quoting an unnamed source, said investigations and data retrieved from a computer seized from the cell, showed there was correspondence between the Islamic Jihad group’s deputy leader Bassam Abdullah Fadhel Al-Haidari and an Israeli intelligence agency,” the Indo-Asian News Service said.

The Islamic Jihad, reported to have links with the Al Qaeda, had claimed responsibility for the attack on the US embassy in Sana’a Sep 17, which had claimed 18 lives, including that of an Indian woman.

Saba quoted the source as saying that the correspondence between the two sides included a request from the Israeli side to implement terrorist attacks inside Yemen.

“An Israeli foreign ministry spokesman said the Yemeni president’s statement was without foundation,” the BBC reported. “To believe that Israel would create Islamist cells in Yemen is really far-fetched. This is yet another victory for the proponents of conspiracy theories,” said Igal Palmor.

In fact, Israel has a long and sordid history of false flag attacks.

In 1950, a series of deadly attacks in Iraq were attributed to Israeli intelligence.

Four years later, Israeli false flag operatives exploded bombs in the British and American cultural centers and libraries in Cairo and blamed it on the Muslim Brotherhood.

Following the Six-Day War in 1967, Israel supported and encouraged Sheikh Ahmed Yassin and Hamas in order to counter the influence of a secular PLO. “Israel started Hamas. It was a project of Shin Bet, which had a feeling that they could use it to hem in the PLO,” said Charles Freeman, a former US ambassador to Saudi Arabia. A former senior CIA official speaking to UPI described Israel’s support for Hamas as “a direct attempt to divide and dilute support for a strong, secular PLO by using a competing religious alternative.”

During the Six Day War, Israel attacked the USS Liberty and attempted to blame it on Egypt.

In the early 1970s, Israel teamed up with Jordan to support Muslim Brotherhood terrorism against Syria.

In the 1980s, Israel conducted a bombing campaign in Europe to counter A. Q. Khan’s nuclear proliferation network, which helped Pakistan build a nuclear weapon.

Oded Yinon’s paper, “A Strategy for Israel in the Nineteen Eighties,” published in the winter of 1982 issue of Kivunim, suggested Arab States should be destroyed from within by exploiting their internal religious and ethnic tensions.

In September of 2000, India’s largest news weekly reported that a Mossad attempt to infiltrate al-Qaeda failed when undercover agents were stopped on their way to Bangladesh by Indian customs officials.

A year later, the Army School of Advanced Military Studies in the United States said the following about Israeli intelligence: “Wildcard. Ruthless and cunning. Has capability to target US forces and make it look like a Palestinian/Arab act.”

In 2005, US Intelligence officers reported that insurgents in Iraq used Beretta 02 pistols minus serial numbers. “Analysts suggest the lack of serial numbers indicates that the weapons were intended for intelligence operations or terrorist cells with substantial government backing. Analysts speculate that these guns are probably from either Mossad or the CIA. Analysts speculate that agent provocateurs may be using the untraceable weapons even as US authorities use insurgent attacks against civilians as evidence of the illegitimacy of the resistance,” the UPI reported.

In 2002, officials from the Palestinian Authority accused Mossad of setting up a fake al-Qaeda terrorist cell in Gaza. Then Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat said that Israel had set up the mock cell in order to justify attacks in Palestinian areas, according to the BBC.

“Not one big success of the Mossad has ever been made public,” Ephraim Halevy, head of the Mossad from 1998 to 2002, told 60 Minutes in 2003.

The U.S. also has a record of using and planning false flag attacks, most notably Operation Northwoods.

Andreas von Bülow, former German Minister for Research and Technology and a long-time member of German parliament, said in 2002 the attacks on September 11, 2001, were a false flag attack. “Whoever wants to understand the CIA’s methods, has to deal with its main task of covert operations: Below the level of war, and outside international law, foreign states are to be influenced by inciting insurrections or terrorist attacks, usually combined with drugs and weapons trade, and money laundering,” he told Tagesspiegal.

In addition to its long history of covertly overthrowing governments around the world, the CIA plotted false flag attacks in Europe to drive a wedge between Syria and Iran (according to CIA agent Robert Baer).

CIA operatives and patsies are legendary, as Webster Tarpley documents in his book, 9/11 Synthetic Terrorism: Made in USA. (Tarpley told Russia Today that the failed attack on a US passenger jet traveling from Amsterdam to Detroit was a set-up provocation controlled by US intelligence.)

If an embassy or other Western interests are bombed in the next few days in Yemen, a finger should be pointed at the CIA, Mossad, or both, not the rag-tag supposed al-Qaeda franchise operating in the country.

On January 3, the Yemeni Foreign Ministry declared the threat posed by al-Qaeda is “exaggerated” by the U.S.

Finally, it should be noted that al-Qaeda was established by the CIA in Yemen, as CIA contractor Billy Waugh admitted in his autobiography. “I worked right there with these al-Qaeda operatives,” Waugh wrote in Hunting the Jackal with Tim Keown.

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Re: Embassies shut down in Yemen after trucks of explosives/ammo DISAPPEAR!
« Reply #11 on: January 04, 2010, 08:18:50 pm »
Hey, it was only 6 trucks.  These things happen.

Let's not get paranoid and think it's part of some sort of conspiracy.

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Re: The Next False Flag: An Attack On the U.S. Embassy in Yemen
« Reply #12 on: January 06, 2010, 09:01:53 am »
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/8443078.stm

Yemen 'arrests al-Qaeda suspects' wounded in raid


Yemeni forces have arrested three suspected al-Qaeda militants who were wounded in a raid on Monday, security sources say.

They were captured at a hospital north of the capital, Sanaa. AFP news agency says they include Mohammed al-Hanq, a key local al-Qaeda leader.

The arrests came as the UK and France reopened their embassies in Yemen.

They and the US embassy had been temporarily closed in response to what was described as an al-Qaeda threat.

AFP quoted an unnamed security official saying: "Mohammed al-Hanq and two others who were wounded were captured in a hospital in Amran."

The agency said the local al-Qaeda leader was thought to be behind the security threats that had prompted the embassy closures.

Failed bomb plot

The British embassy said its public services still remained closed, and that the security situation was being assessed on a daily basis.

The US had reopened its embassy on Tuesday, saying successful counter-terrorism operations by Yemeni forces had addressed a "specific area of concern".

This was an apparent reference to Monday's raid some 25 miles (40km) north of Sanaa, in which two other suspected members of al-Qaeda were killed.

The difficulties of travel within Yemen have prevented the BBC from independently verifying details of the reported raid.

But the BBC's Jeremy Bowen, in Sanaa, says he saw military jets flying over the capital on Monday afternoon and into the evening, suggesting some kind of operation was under way.

American intelligence officials say the failed plot to bomb a US-bound jet on 25 December originated in Yemen - where the suspect was allegedly trained by al-Qaeda.


http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/8440954.stm

US embassy in Yemen reopens after strikes on al-Qaeda

The US embassy in Yemen has reopened after "successful counter-terrorism operations" by Yemeni security forces north of the capital on Monday.

The embassy had closed on Sunday in response to what it had said were al-Qaeda threats, with the British and French embassies following suit.

On Tuesday, the US embassy said on its website that Yemeni security forces had addressed a "specific area of concern".

The British and French embassies are operating but closed to the public.

"Successful counter-terrorism operations conducted by the government of Yemen security forces January 4 north of the capital have addressed a specific area of concern, and have contributed to the embassy's decision to resume operations," the US embassy said.

The statement apparently referred to an operation on Monday, some 25 miles north of Sanaa, in which two suspected members of al-Qaeda were killed.

The difficulties of travel within Yemen have prevented the BBC from independently verifying details of the raid.

But the BBC's Jeremy Bowen, in Sanaa, says he saw military jets flying over the capital on Monday afternoon and into the evening, suggesting some kind of operation was under way.

'Global threat'

American intelligence officials say the failed plot to bomb a US-bound jet on 25 December originated in Yemen - where the suspect was allegedly trained by al-Qaeda.

On Monday, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said instability in Yemen was a global as well as regional threat.

She said the Yemeni government had to take measures to restore stability or risk losing Western support.


Correspondents say the security situation in Yemen is complicated by an abundance of firearms, an insurgency in the north and a secessionist movement in the south.

But the prospects of reasserting central government authority over the lawless areas where al-Qaeda is based look, in the opinion of some analysts, remote - even with beefed-up American support

The Yemen-based Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) last week said it had been behind the alleged plot to bomb the Detroit-bound aircraft. 

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Re: The Next False Flag: An Attack On the U.S. Embassy in Yemen
« Reply #13 on: January 06, 2010, 09:07:13 am »
According to MSM, this is why Yemen is bad:


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Re: The Next False Flag: An Attack On the U.S. Embassy in Yemen
« Reply #14 on: January 06, 2010, 09:40:01 am »
Those pesky stop-go Civil Wars...I mean, if you are gonna have a Civil War, commit to the damn thing already!!!


According to MSM, this is why Yemen is bad:


The resistance starts here. Unfortunately, the entire thing is moving beyond the intellectual infowar. I vow I will not make an overt rush at violent authority, until authority makes it's violent rush at me and you. I will not falter, I will not die in this course. For that is how they win.

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Re: The Next False Flag: An Attack On the U.S. Embassy in Yemen
« Reply #15 on: January 13, 2010, 08:42:57 am »
False flag attack on the US Embassy in Yemen.

What Again?

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/in_depth/7656807.stm

Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh has said the security forces have arrested a group of alleged Islamist militants linked to Israeli intelligence.The arrests were connected with an attack on the US embassy in Sanaa last month which killed at least 18 people, official sources were quoted saying.
http://www.sabanews.net/en/news165472.htm

Islamic Jihad" arrested cell links to Israeli intelligence.

http://www.yobserver.com/front-page/...-10014983.html

President Saleh revealed on Monday that security forces in Yemen caught an espionage network for Israel made up of Arab nationals. This announcement came during his speech in front of MP's, Shura Council members, local council members, scholars and military and security leaders at Hadhramout University.

http://www.thaindian.com/newsportal/...100104774.html

Saba quoted the source as saying that the correspondence between the two sides included a request from the Israeli side to implement terrorist attacks inside Yemen.

http://www.americanchronicle.com/articles/view/78976

President Saleh during the conference revealed also that the arrested terrorist cell proved to be linked to Israeli intelligence and in contact with the former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's office.


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Re: The Next False Flag: An Attack On the U.S. Embassy in Yemen
« Reply #16 on: January 14, 2010, 11:16:09 am »
bump...getting off the topic.