Murders Former Lebanese PM in Carbon Copy of 1979 Assassination
al-Hariri with his wife Nazek
We can only conclude
that there must be some kind of agreement between world nations that,
even when it is patantly obvious, one nation will never expose the activities
of anothers' intelligence agency. What other reason can there be for the
fact that Iran and Syria were the only two countries to even hint at Israel
as being behind the murder of Rafik Hariri on Valentine's day 2005?
Indeed, one of the
strongest indications of an Israeli involvement in the murder of Hariri
is the fact that not ONE mainstream news source is even mentioning the
possibility of Israeli involvement, when it is painfully clear that Israel
has the most to gain from his death. But then again, we have become accustomed
to the severe lack of intestinal fortitude or any real journalistic integrity
on the part of the mainstream media. And also to the fact that much of
the Western press is dominated by Israeli sympathisers and/or "Zionists".
To his credit, French
President Chirac, perhaps going as far as protocol permitted, held off
from immediately implicating any particular group in the murder of his
close friend and called for "an immediate international investigation
to uncover the real culprits". Coming as it did at the same time
as the US government's attempts to force the blame on Syria, Chirac's
comment perhaps provides the strongest evidence that Syria was NOT involved.
Of course, we don't need the subtle innuendo of any government leader
to realise that, while Syria may have stood to gain from the untimely
demise of Hariri, it had much more to loose.
This fact however
did not stop so-called "journalists" in the mainstream media
from sounding off in all directions. An example of the faulty logic used
by such pundits is provided by analyst Jean-Pierre Perrin writing in the
French daily "Liberation" the day after the assassination of
Hariri. Perrin claimed that Chirac's call for an international enquiry
to identify the killers was "a way of casting doubt over any Lebanese-Syrian
enquiry" and showed Paris also suspects Damascus. Yet surely if Chirac
really suspected Syria, he would have said nothing and allowed Syria's
accusers to prevail, or added his own voice to the chorus already calling
for Syrian "blood". Yet we see that he did exactly the opposite
and in doing so made clear his opinion that Syria was NOT to blame.
will be aware that, over the past few years, the US and Israel have been
making loud and repeated claims that Syria is "funding Palestinian
and Iraqi terrorism". There have also been growing signs that, if
the US and Israel can fabricate enough "evidence", Syria may
well be the next stop in the "war on terror". It is also public
knowledge that Hariri had resigned as Prime Minister last year over Syrian
meddling in Lebanese government affairs and was in favor of a withdrawal
of the 14,000 Syrian troops from Lebanon (although he had never openly
criticised the Syrian government.) Given these facts, is it really reasonable
to believe that Syria would publically assassinate Hariri and, in the
process, provide the US and Israel with much needed justification to continue
their imperial rampage through the Middle East?
might have been quietly pressuring Syria for the ultimate removal
of it's troops, he was also well aware of the reason for those troops
- to dissuade Israel from staging another invasion of Lebanese territory.
Having manipulated Lebanese and world opinion into believing that Syria
killed Hariri and with the withdrawal of Syrian troops already under way,
Lebanon and its people will once more be exposed to the predations of
the butcher Sharon.
From the moment of
its creation by Western diplomats in the aftermath of WW I, the potential
for religious and ethnic conflict was seemingly built into the very fabric
of Lebanese society. Under the gerrymandered borders drawn up by the League
of Nations in 1920, extremist Maronite Christians made up 54% of the population
with Arabs comprising the remainder, giving the Maronites a controlling
stake in the newly formed Lebanese government. Within 40 years however,
Arabs had outnumbered Christians and hundreds of thousands of Palestinian
refugees had been forced out of Palestine into Lebanon after the creation
of the state of Israel in 1948 and the 1967 Israeli-Arab war. In an attempt
to maintain control the Lebanese 'Phalange' was formed, an extremist political
and military force of the Christian Maronites in Lebanon. The Phalangists'
unbending right-wing policies, their resistance to the introduction of
fully democratic institutions and to the very idea of Arab nationalism
made them natural allies of Israel.
civil war between the Arab Lebanese and the Phalangists finally broke
out in 1975, with more than a little help
from Israel. In 1982, under the pretext of curbing attacks on Israeli
troops by the Palestinian PLO in Lebanon, Israeli Prime Minister Menachem
Begin ordered the Israeli army to invade. In a weeklong orgy
of bloodletting, then Defence Minister and current Israeli Prime Minister
Ariel Sharon ordered his troops to encircle the Lebanese refugee camps
of Sabra and Shatila giving the Maronite Phalangists free reign to murder
at will. Figures vary, but somewhere between 1,700 and 3,000 Palestinians,
most of them innocent civlians, were mercilessly butchered in response
to the murder of Israeli-backed Christian Lebanese President-elect Bashir
When a horrified world
demanded an explanation of Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin, who
himself had committed indiscriminate terror in his youth, he said without
a word of regret: "Goyim kill Goyim and they blame the Jew."
Despite Israel's denials
of responsibility, New York Times correspondent Thomas L. Friedman declared
without qualification: "The Israelis knew just what they were doing
when they let the Phalangists into those camps."
Sharon and seven other
Israeli officials, including Begin, were found guilty the next year by
an Israeli commission of "indirect responsibility" for the massacres.
Sharon was also found to have "personal responsibility," and
he was ordered to resign or be removed as defense minister. Sharon resigned,
protesting his innocence, but he was allowed to stay in the cabinet as
a minister without portfolio.
The union of the Christian
Lebanese and the Israelis has indeed been a long and sordid one and it
should come as no surprise that current Lebanese Christian politicians
have been quick to join the US and Israel in immediately
asserting that Syria was to blame for the murder of Hariri.
By all accounts, Hariri
was one of the few "men of peace" left in the Middle East. In
his two terms as Lebanese PM since 1990, he
had brought Lebanon out of the carnage wrought by 15 years of civil
war and set it well on the way to reclaiming its status as the "Paris
of the Middle East." Hariri willingly expended his personal fortune
on Lebanon's recovery pouring millions into the reconstruction of Beirut.
Viewed as a leading Arab-world reformer, he was
also credited with restoring Lebanon's reputation abroad as a liberal,
open Middle Eastern country. He paid for the 1989 Christian-Muslim
peace conference in Taif, Saudi Arabia, which laid the foundation for
the ceasefire that came a year later. During his tenure as Prime Minister,
Harari also made it his goal to ensure that the religious divisions (Christian
and Islamic) were kept out of politics.
When you think of
Israel, what are the first thoughts that come to mind? Belagured? Threatened?
Only democracy in the Middle East? A vanguard for Western Democracy in
its battle to stem the tide of rampant Arab terrorism? Rightful homeland
of all "Jews"? If these thoughts come to mind when you think
of the state of Israel, then the IDF and/or the Mossad have an opening
you might be interested in. My point is that Israel, in its current incarnation
as an illegal and ultimately untenable statelet, far from seeking the
eradication of "terrorism", finds itself in the paradoxical
postion of NEEDING a permanent threat to its existence in order for it
to continue to exist and expand its borders into Arab lands.
Which is where the
Israeli intelligence agency Mossad comes in.
motto is "by way of deception thou shalt wage war" and all of
the evidence points to their taking their motto absolutely literally.
Over the years, Mossad has worked tirelessly to further the 'interests'
of Israel and has made extensive use of False Flag operations to create
the appearance that Israel is surrounded by terrorist regimes. From the
of Saddam leading up to the first Gulf War, to the 9/11
attacks, nothing, it seems, is a bridge too far for the world's most
ruthless and bloodthirsty intelligence agency.
From ex-Mossad agent
Victor Ostrovsky's book "The
Other Side of Deception":
The Mossad realized
that it had to come up with a new threat to the region, a threat of
such magnitude that it would justify whatever action the Mossad might
see fit to take.
The right-wing elements
in the Mossad (and in the whole country, for that matter) had what they
regarded as a sound philosophy: They believed (correctly, as it happened)
that Israel was the strongest military presence in the Middle East.
In fact, they believed that the military might of what had become known
as "fortress Israel" was greater than that of all of the Arab
armies combined, and was responsible for whatever security Israel possessed.
The right wing believed then - and they still
believe - that this strength arises from the need to answer the constant
threat of war.
corollary belief was that peace overtures would inevitably start a process
of corrosion that would weaken the military and eventually bring about
the demise of the state of Israel, since, the philosophy goes, its Arab
neighbors are untrustworthy, and no treaty signed by them is worth the
paper it's written on.
the radical elements of Muslim fundamentalism sat well with the Mossad's
general plan for the region. An Arab world
run by fundamentalists would not be a party to any negotiations with
the West, thus leaving Israel again as the only democratic, rational
country in the region. And if the Mossad could arrange for the Hamas
(Palestinian fundamentalists) to take over the Palestinian streets from
the PLO, then the picture would be complete.
The Mossad regarded
Saddam Hussein as their biggest asset in the area, since he was totally
irrational as far as international politics was concerned, and was therefore
all the more likely to make a stupid move that the Mossad could take
the Mossad really feared was that Iraq's gigantic army, which had survived
the Iran-Iraq war and was being supplied by the West and financed by
Saudi Arabia, would fall into the hands of a leader who might be more
palatable to the West and still be a threat to Israel.
first step was taken in November 1988, when the Mossad told the Israeli
foreign office to stop all talks with the Iraqis regarding a peace front.
At that time, secret negotiations were taking place between Israelis,
Jordanians, and Iraqis under the auspices of the Egyptians and with
the blessings of the French and the Americans. The
Mossad manipulated it so that Iraq looked as if it were the only country
unwilling to talk, thereby convincing the Americans that Iraq had a
January 1989, the Mossad LAP machine was busy portraying Saddam as a
tyrant and a danger to the world. The Mossad
activated every asset it had, in every place possible, from volunteer
agents in Amnesty International to fully bought members of the U.S.
Congress. Saddam had been killing his own people, the cry went;
what could his enemies expect? The gruesome photos of dead Kurdish mothers
clutching their dead babies after a gas attack by Saddam's army were
real, and the acts were horrendous. But the Kurds were entangled in
an all-out guerrilla war with the regime in Baghdad and had been supported
for years by the Mossad, who sent arms and advisers to the mountain
camps of the Barazany family; this attack by the
Iraqis could hardly be called an attack on their own people.
But, as Uri said to me, once the orchestra starts to play, all you can
do is hum along.
media was supplied with inside information and tips from reliable sources
on how the crazed leader of Iraq killed people with his bare hands and
used missiles to attack Iranian cities. What they neglected to tell
the media was that most of the targeting for the missiles was done by
the Mossad with the help of American satellites. The Mossad was
grooming Saddam for a fall, but not his own. They wanted the Americans
to do the work of destroying that gigantic army in the Iraqi desert
so that Israel would not have to face it one day on its own border.
That in itself was a noble cause for an Israeli, but to endanger the
world with the possibility of global war and the deaths of thousands
of Americans was sheer madness.
The previous august
(1989) a contingent of the Maktal (Mossad reconnaissance unit) and several
naval commandos had headed up the Euphrates, their target was an explosives
factory located in the city of Al-Iskandariah. Information the Mossad
had received from American intelligence revealed that every thursday
a small convoy of trucks came to the complex to be loaded with explosives
for the purpose of manufacturing cannon shells. The objective was to
take position near the base on Wednesday August 23rd and wait until
the next day when the trucks would be loaded. At that point, several
sharpshooters would fire one round each of an explosive bullet at a
designated truck while they were in the process of loading, so that
there would be a carry on explosion into the storage facility.
operation was quite successful and the explosion generated the sort
of publicity the Mossad was hoping for in attracting attention to Saddam's
constant efforts at building a gigantic and powerful military arsenal.
The Mossad shared its "findings" with the Western intelligence
agencies and leaked the story of the explosion to the press.
Since this was a
guarded facility Western reporters had minimal access to it. However,
at the beginning of September, the Iraqis were inviting Western media
people to visit Iraq and see the rebuilding that had taken place after
the [Iran-Iraq] war, and the Mossad saw an opportunity to conduct a
A man calling himself
Michel Rubiyer saying he was working for the French newspaper "le
figaro", approached Farzad Bazoft, a thirty one year old reporter
freelancing for the British newspaper the Observer. Rubiyer was in fact
Michel M. a Mossad agent.
Michel told Farzad
that he would pay him handsomely and print his story if he would join
a group of journalists heading for Baghdad. The reason he gave for not
going himself was that he had been black-listed in Iraq. He pointed
out the Bazoft could use the money and the break especially with his
criminal background. Michel told the stunned reporter that he knew of
his arrest in 1981 for armed robbery in Northhampton England. Along
with the implied threat he told Bazoft that he would be able to print
his story in the Observer as well.
Michel told Bazoft
to collect information regarding the explosion ask questions about it
get sketches of the area and collect earth samples. He
told the worried reporter that Saddam would not dare harm a reporter
even if he was unhappy with him. The worst the Saddam would do was kick
him out of the country, which would in itself make him famous.
this particular reporter? He was of Iranian background and would make
punishing him much easier for the Iraqis and he wasn't a European whom
they would probably only hold and then kick out. In fact, Bazoft
had been identified in a Mossad search that was triggered by his prying
into another Mossad case in search of a story involving an ex-Mossad
asset Dr Cyrus Hashemi who was eliminated by mossad in 1986. Since Bazoft
had already stumbled on too much information for his own good - or the
Mossad's for that matter - he was the perfect candidate for this job
of snooping in forbidden areas.
Bazoft made his
way to the location as he was asked and as might be expected was arrested.
Tragically, his British girlfriend, a nurse working in a baghdad hospital
was arrested as well.
a few days of his arrest, a Mossad liaison in the US called the Iraqi
representative in Holland and said that Jerusalem was willing to make
a deal for the release of their man who had been captured. the Iraqi
representative asked for time to contact Baghdad, and the liaison called
the next day, at which point he told the Iraqi representative it was
all a big mistake and severed contact. Now
the Iraqis had no doubt that they had a real spy on their hands, and
they were going to see him hang. All the Mossad had to do was sit back
and watch as Saddam proved to the world what a monster he really was.
On March 15th 1990
Farzad Bazoft, who had been held in the Abu Gharib prison met briefly
with the British Ambassador to Iraq.
few minutes after the meeting he was hanged.
The world was shocked,
but the Mossad was not done yet. To fan the flames generated by the
brutal hanging, a Mossad sayan in New York delivered a set of documents
to ABC television with a story from a reliable Middle Eastern source
telling if a plant Saddam had for the manufacturing of uranium. The
information was convincing and the photos and sketches were even more
It was time to draw
attention to Saddam's weapons of mass destruction.
Only three months
before, on December 5, 1989, the Iraqis had launched the Al-Abid, a
three-stage ballistic missile. The Iraqis claimed it was a satellite
launcher that Gerald Bull, a Canadian scientist, was helping them develop.
Israeli intelligence knew that the launch, although trumpeted as a great
success, was in fact a total failure, and that the program would never
reach its goals. But that secret was not shared with the media. On the
contrary, the missile launch was exaggerated and blown out of proportion.
message that Israeli intelligence sent out was this: Now all the pieces
of the puzzle are fitting together. This maniac is developing a nuclear
capability (remember the Israeli attack on the Iraqi reactor in 1981)
and pursuing chemical warfare (as seen in his attacks on his own people,
the Kurds). What's more, he despises the Western media, regarding them
as Israeli spies. Quite soon, he's going to have the ability to launch
a missile from anywhere in Iraq to anywhere he wants in the Middle East
After the arrest
of Bazoft, Gerald Bull, who was working on the Iraqi big gun project
called Babylon, was visited by Israeli friends from his past. The visitors
(two Mossad officers) had come to deliver a warning. They were both
known to Bull as members of the Israeli intelligence community. The
Mossad psychological department had studied the position Bull was in
and analysed what was known about his character. It arrived at the conclusion
that, even if threatened, he wouldn't pull out of the program but would
instead carry on his work with very little regard for his personal safety.
continuing with the program would play right into the Mossad's hands.
Through the bullet riddled body of Gerald Bull the world would be made
to focus on his work: the Iraqi giant gun project. The timing had to
be right though; Bull's well publicised demise
had to come right after an act of terror by the Baghdad regime, an act
that could not be mistaken for an accident or a provocation. The hanging
of the Observer reporter on March 15 was such an act.
After the reporter's
execution in Baghdad, a Kidon (Mossad assassination) team arrived in
Brussels and cased the apartment building where Bull lived. It was imperative
that the job be done in a place where it would not be mistaken for a
robbery or an accident. At the same time, an escape route was prepared
for the team and some old contacts in the Belgian police were revived
to make sure they were on duty at the time of Bull's elimination so
that, if there was a need to call on a friendly police force, they'd
be on call. They weren't old of the reason for the alert, but would
learn later and keep silent.
When Bull reached
the building at 8.30pm, the man watching the entrance signaled the man
in the empty apartment on the sixth floor (Bull's floor) to get ready:
the target had entered the building. The shooter then left the apartment
and hid in an alcove.
after the elevator door closed behind Bull, the shooter fired point
blank at the man's back and head. The shooter then walked over to Bull
and pulled out of his tote bag a handful of documents and other papers,
which he paced in a paper shopping bag he had with him. He also collected
all the casings from the floor and dropped the gun into the shopping
In the following
weeks, more and more discoveries were made regarding the big gun and
other elements of the Saddam war machine. The Mossad had all but saturated
the intelligence field with information regarding the evil intentions
of Saddam the Terrible, banking on the fact that before long, he'd have
enough rope to hang himself.
It was very clear
what the Mossad's overall goal was. It wanted the West to do its bidding,
just as the Americans had in Libya with the bombing of Qadhafi. After
all, Israel didn't possess carriers and ample air power, and although
it was capable of bombing a refugee camp in Tunis, that was not the
same. The Mossad leaders knew that if they could
make Saddam appear bad enough and a threat to the Gulf oil supply, of
which he'd been the protector up to that point, then the United States
and its allies would not let him get away with anything, but would take
measures that would all but eliminate his army and his weapons potential,
especially if they were led to believe that this might just be their
last chance before he went nuclear. [...]
Hariri was a close
friend of French President Chirac and was reportedly planning a come back
to Lebanese politics and, as noted above, was credited with "restoring
Lebanon's reputation abroad as a liberal, open Middle Eastern country".
is, the emergence of ANY open, democratic, liberal and SECULAR Arab nation,
particularly on Israel's border and under the influence of an internationally
respected figure like Hariri, would threaten the carefully crafted image
of Middle Eastern Arab states as "Islamic terrorist regimes"
and undo all of Mossad's hard work. It is for this reason that Hariri
became an enemy of the state of Israel and of its patron the US, and had
to be removed from the picture. By framing Syria for the murder of Hariri,
Israel could also apply pressure on the Syrian government and, as we have
seen with the beginning of the withdrawal of Syria troops from Lebanese
territory, provide the pro-Israeli Christians in the Lebanese government
with a much bigger say in Lebanese politics.
to the bombing itself; it is interesting to note that the details of the
attack bore a stark resemblance to many other Israeli intelligence operations,
most notably the killing in Beirut in 1979 of then PLO Chief Ali Hassan
Salameh aka "the Red Prince".
Gordon Thomas writes
in his book "Gideon's Spies":
Three Mossad agents
who could pass for Arabs crossed into
Lebanon and entered the city. One rented a car. The second wired a series
of bombs into its chasis, roof, and door panels. The third agent parked
the car along the route the "Red Prince" traveled to his office
every morning. Using precise timing Rafi Eitan had provided, the car
was set to explode as PLO chief Salameh passed. It did, blowing him
Hariri's murder followed
a very similar pattern. Approx 300kg of explosives were packed into a
car sitting outside a derelict hotel on a Beirut road. As Hariri's cavalcade
of armored Mercedes Benz cars passed, the bomb was remotedly detoned,
obliterating several cars - blowing one into the third story of the hotel
- killling 14 people injuring 135 others and leaving a 15 foot deep, 40
feet wide, crater in the road.
Of course, no one
should be surprised to hear that the the mythical yet ubiquitous al-Qaeda
AND the Palestinians were immediately dragged into the fray. Reuters
who appeared in a video claiming responsibility for the killing of former
Lebanese prime minister Rafik al-Hariri ... called Hariri a Saudi agent
and said the attack was also "in revenge for the pious martyrs
killed by security forces of the Saudi regime" and used
a religious term for Saudi Arabia often used by al Qaeda militants
fighting Riyadh's U.S.-allied government since 2003.
It is interesting
to note that in most other False Flag operations, Mossad and/or the CIA
employed one of the many "previously unknown al-Qaeda-linked groups"
to claim responsibility for their attacks, yet in this instance the blame
had to land squarely at the doorstep of Syria, so hot on the heels of
the claim of reponsibility by an "al-Qaeda-linked group"...
Says Jihadists Didn't Kill Hariri
DUBAI (Reuters) - A statement attributed to al Qaeda and posted on the
Internet on Tuesday denied Islamists had killed former Lebanese Prime
Minister Rafik al-Hariri, saying Lebanese, Syrian or Israeli intelligence
were behind the attack.
The statement, signed
by a hitherto unknown group calling itself the Al Qaeda Organization
in the Levant, was posted on an Islamist Web site often used by al Qaeda
a day after another unknown Islamist group said it was behind the huge
Beirut blast that killed Hariri.
of the statement could not be immediately verified.
Jihadist and Salafist groups for what happened in Beirut is a complete
fabrication," the statement said. "The priorities of the jihadist
groups in the Levant are supporting our brethren in Iraq and Palestine,
not blowing up cars."
Clearly, the technology
involved in dispatching Hariri was far beyond the capabilities of a group
of Afghani cave-dwellers or the fully oppressed and marginalised Palestinian
militants. No indeed, this particular operation required the resources
of a modern, fully equipped and well organised covert intelligence agency.
As the Economist
Some detect the
work of an intelligence service—if not Syria’s, some other
foreign power’s—in the method of the attack. Certainly,
the size and sophistication of the bomb suggest it was the work of a
well-organised and experienced group, or a government. The blast
was big enough to leave a huge crater and shatter windows hundreds of
metres away. Moreover, it was sophisticated enough
to defeat jamming mechanisms, which the
billionaire Mr Hariri’s convoy always used while travelling,
to forestall such remotely triggered attacks.
Mr Hariri, who made his fortune in construction in Saudi Arabia, knew
he had many enemies and took what countermeasures he could.
A quick note on the
above. While "construction" is certainly part of the equation,
the fact that Hariri was a billionaire is unlikely to be the real motivation
for his murder, despite the ever so subtle spin from the Economist.
As in the case of
Iraq, Israel is determined to do whatever necessary to ensure that it
remains all-powerful in the region and prevent any of its Arab neigbours
from emerging as solid, unified Muslim democracies that it could not demonise
as "terrorist states". By murdering Hariri and having the blame
pinned on Syria, the Mossad have removed a stablising influence on recovering
Lebanese society and the Middle East in general, and given the US government
an excuse to further ratchet up the war rhetoric towards Damascus.
In this sense, Israel
shares a common goal with the US and it is for this reason that Israel
has always enjoyed the overwhelming support of successive US administrations.
While the US and Israel both make much of their bogus "war on terrorism",
both countries have long since realised that it is by fomenting
"terrorism" and "terrorist" groups that their control
of the Middle East can be assured. Yet, while both countries share a common
goal, the reasons that each desires to achieve that goal are slightly
By controlling the
extensive oil resources in the Middle East (and the countries that sit
upon them), the US can ensure that it continues to top the heap of world
superpowers. Israel too wishes to remain as a powerful world player, and
its leaders realise that acting as a hired thug for the US in the region
is the best way to do so. Yet it is more than mere power lust that is
driving Israel's leaders to deliberately antagonise and provoke the entire
Arab world. Israel's very presence in the Middle East is predicated on
the Judaic notion of a "chosen people" and their very own homeland
granted to them thousands of years ago by their mythical god, yahweh.
While it may be possible
(if unlikely) to make a convincing geopolitical argument for the US government's
Middle East policies over the years, to understand the thinking of people
like Sharon (and all those that act on his orders) one would have to first
embrace the idea that a group of human beings can constitute a "chosen
people", one of their lives being worth more than 1,000 of the lives
of the "lesser" people of the world. One would also have to
accept that the "chosen people" are divinely entitled to a piece
of land in the Middle East and are permitted therefore to act in any way
necessary to achieve their goals of "lebensraum".
While the Israeli
government is careful to distance itself from extreme Judaic beliefs,
it is clear that it is just such beliefs that underpin its policies.
To conclude. There
are only two nations that had the means, motive and opportunity to carry
out the particular type of attack that took the life of Hariri - a man
who was one of the very few remaining hopes for a just and lasting peace
in Lebanon and the greater Middle East.
Sadly, it seems that
peace is the very last thing on the minds of the people who over 80 years
ago drew the map of what has become the killing fields of the modern day
Middle East. Their decades (or
should we say millennia) long agenda is simply too far developed for
them to permit anything or anyone to stand in the way of its full and
undoubtedly bloody implementation. All of it coming soon to a phony theatre
of "war on terrorism" near you.
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