As with so many other events of global significance in recent years, the official story about the bombing of the Shia shrine two days ago has very quickly started to stink and reveal many inconsistencies...

Witness 1:

I live in a district very near to the mosque and I will tell you exactly what I saw hours before the bombing.

There is a daily curfew in our city (Samarra) starts from 8,00 in the evening until 6,00 in the morning, in the night before the bombing and just when it's getting dark there was unusual activities by the ING (Iraqi National Guard) in the area around the mosque, I heard their cars the whole night until next day in the morning.

The Mosque Guards testimony says: Four people with ING uniforms blind folded them and set the bombs.

The witness continues, so ask I you how could the terrorists enter the area which is usually surrounded by the ING and enter the mosque then runway without being got by the police?.
Witness 2:

Witness 2 gives more detailed information and the American connection to the events before the bombing, so I made it as timeline of the events:

My name is Muhammad Al-Samarrai, I own an internet-cafe near the mosque, I sleep in my shop because I worry about my computers from thieves.

8:30 (evening) joint forces of Iraqi ING and Americans asked me to stay in the shop and don't leave the area.

9:00 (evening) they left the area.

11:00 (evening) they came back and started to patrol the area until the morning.

6:00 (next day morning) ING leave the area .

6:30 Americans leave the area .

6:40 first explosion.

6:45 second explosion.
Circumstantial evidence? Sure. But when we add in this from Kurt Nimmo:
As the "non-partisan" Council on Foreign Relations assures us, Iraqi National Guard troops are trained and fully "vetted" by the Pentagon. "National guard troops receive three weeks of formal training and then on-the-job training by working with U.S. forces," a CFR backgrounder explains.

"The National Guard has replaced the Iraqi Civil Defense Corps as the largest security force in Iraq," reports the World Tribune. "The 45,000-member force has been trained and equipped by the United States, with help from Britain and Jordan." In short, the Iraqi National Guard is a subsidiary of the Pentagon, organized and trained to do the bidding of the Anglo-American occupation forces and their installed minions. Thus it should come as no surprise the Iraqi National Guard may play an important role in the recent bombing of the Golden Dome mosque in Samarra, according to locals.
And this from the horse's mouth:
"The only viable strategy, then, may be to correct (Iraq's) historical defect and move in stages toward a three-state solution: Kurds in the north, Sunnis in the center and Shiites in the south" -- Leslie H. Gelb, president emeritus of the Council on Foreign Relations; from "Three-state Solution" NY Times 11-25-03
and we begin to get a picture of one giant setup that certain people have been planning for quite some time. Of course, the plan for the division of Iraq was drawn up much longer ago than November 2003 and long before the 9/11 attacks, which was an integral part of the setup. The general strategy seems to have been a two part process along the lines of:

a) formulation of long term plans for conquest and destruction of the modern day Middle East

b) creation of problems/events that would 'necessiate' the progressive implementation of the long term plan as the 'solution'.

The planners obviously went to great lengths to slowly develop and implement the plan, and all of the time, money and manpower seems to have been necessary for one purpose only - bringing the world public, i.e. you and me, along in the deception. The question is, are we going to go along with it? Are we going to believe it and thereby facilitate it?

Here's a little reminder of something you may have forgotten about to help you decide:
U.N. Finds No Nuclear Bomb Program in Iran

By Dafna Linzer

Washington Post Staff Writer

Tuesday, November 16, 2004In its most positive assessment of Iran in two years, the International Atomic Energy Agency reported yesterday that it had found no evidence the nation had a nuclear weapons program and that Tehran's recent cooperation with the agency has been very good.

The U.N. nuclear watchdog's report, along with Europe's acceptance of a wide-ranging nuclear agreement with Tehran, capped a pivotal day for the Islamic republic's relations with the West and left little chance for the Bush administration's Iran strategy to succeed in the near term.
Speaking of setups, consider the following story from today's news:
Israel claims al Qaeda plans mega-attack

Israeli security officials assess that 2006 is the "target year" set by the global al-Qaeda network to carry out a mega-attack in the country, Israel's leading newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth reported Thursday. bin ladenAccording to the report, Israeli intelligence authorities detected two years ago the shift in priorities of al Qaeda towards Israel, which has been "upgraded" to the rank of a major target. Recently, al Qaeda chief in Iraq Abu Musab al-Zarqawi declared his intentions to carry out an attack in Israel. The report added Syria has been identified as a transfer point for al Qaeda members planning to carry out attacks in Jordan and Israel. It should be mentioned that on Wednesday Israeli Deputy Chief of Staff Moshe Kaplinski said that "global Jihad forces" maintain regular bases in Lebanon and Jordan.
If the Israeli security forces believe that there is going to be a "mega attack" in Israel this year, then we should all take that belief very seriously indeed. The predictions of Israeli security forces have an uncanny knack for coming true - almost as if they knew exactly how, when and where the attack was going to take place...