Friday, November 12, 2010

Christmas Bomb Plot Oddities

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In 2008, the ACLU estimated the US 'No Fly List' to have grown to over 1,000,000 names -- heck, even Cat Stevens and the late Senator Ted Kennedy were on it -- and it continues to expand. But, suspected terrorist Abdul Farouk Abdulmutallab, who was curiously able to obtain military-grade high explosives --80 grams of PETN (Gee, where'd he get that?) -- managed to escape airport security and detonate his underwear bomb!

In April 2009, American authorities reportedly refused an Air France flight from Paris to Mexico entry into US airspace because a left-wing journalist writing a book on the CIA was on board. Hernando Calvo Ospina, who works for Le Monde Diplomatique and has written on revolutionary movements in Cuba and Colombia, figured on the US authorities' 'no-fly list.' Air France said the April 18 flight was forced to divert to the French Caribbean island of Martinique before continuing its journey (

Makes sense to me. Write a book about the U.S. government, or CIA, and you get nailed with a NO-FLY listing. If you carry explosives, (allegedly from Yemen), on board when the US is trolling for an excuse to invade and occupy Yemen for its oil -- yes you can! The 9/11 terrorist attacks (aka inside job, six ways to Sunday) worked well for the US government; the security-industrial complex made billions and US corporate terrorists were able to negotiate the wholesale theft of Iraq's oil.

According to many different news sources, the suspects' father attempted to warn U.S. officials, about his son's intentions. The kicker is, Abdul Farouk Abdulmutallab was not subjected to any additional screening prior to boarding his flight to Detroit. The fact he was even ALLOWED to board that flight still baffles me.

Also, lest we forget: Three key provisions of the Patriot Act were scheduled to expire 31 December 2009. Hmm. I wonder if post-Abdulmutallab they will get renewed?

Apparently Abdulmutallab's attempt was thwarted by a "Vacationing Movie Producer", named Jasper Schuringa. Dude apparently not only tackled Abdulmutallab, out him in a headlock, then proceeded to search him for more explosives. I could be wrong, but I don't think they teach S.W.A.T. like tactics at 'Movie Producer School'.

The goal is Yemeni oil. Hence the reason for the destabilization and the purported need for the US to stop Al Qaeda (literally, 'the database'). The Yemeni national security chief has declared that the country is receiving assistance from the US in the crackdown on what he called 'Al Qaeda operatives' in southern Yemen (Press TV). Translation: US corporate terrorists want Yemen's oil and they want it NOW.

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