Mossad - All in a day's work

For its cold-blooded professionalism, the Madrid bombings of March 11th 2004 bore all the hallmarks of an Israeli Mossad false flag operation. Yet the most interesting aspects of this particular "Islamic terror" attack is that it was one of the rare instances when the plan went totally awry in terms of the hoped for outcome.

The train bombings occurred in March 2004, approximately one year after 1 million Spaniards joined up to 30 million other people around the world in protesting the imminent Iraq invasion and in the context of the Spanish people's overwhelming rejection of the presence of Spanish troops in Iraq.

The Mossad planners were undoubtedly convinced that a no-warning bombing involving a high number of Spanish civilian casualties and attributed to "al-Qaeda" would not only effect a sea change among the Spanish public and force them into line behind the bogus war on terror and against the evil "Islamic terrorists", but would also secure another term for the right-wing war-mongering government of then Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar (three days before the Iraq invasion began on March 19 2003, Aznar joined Bush and Blair in the Azores for a long weekend's war on terror 'love in' to discuss how best to sell the Iraq invasion to the masses). For these reasons the Mossad chose the 11th of March 2004, three days before the Spanish general elections to perpetrate their no-warning attack on Madrid trains carrying large numbers of lower class workers and immigrants.

At the peak of Madrid rush hour on the morning of Thursday 11th March 2004, ten explosions occurred aboard four commuter trains killing 191 people and injuring 2050. Strangely, there were exactly 911 days between the 9/11 attacks in New York and Washington and the Madrid train bombings, a fact which was interpreted by prosecutor Olga Sánchez as evidence of orthodox Jewish Kabbalistic symbolism in the timing of the attacks. As noted however, the attack did not pan out the way the Mossad hoped. When the Mossad's carefully laid trail of clues pointing to "Islamic terrorists" were coincidentally found, rather than rise up against "al-Qaeda" the Spanish people blamed Aznar and his government for calling down the ire of the "Islamic terrorists" by sending Spanish troops to do Israeli-American bidding in Iraq against the overwhelming will of the Spanish people.

The other interesting thing about this event was that it pretty much left it clear that Aznar's government was totally unaware that the bombing was going to happen - (Mossad apparently operated with complete independence in carrying out the attack, which required significant influence and control) - because when the bombing occurred the Aznar government, without any evidence, immediately tried to pin the blame on the Basque separatist group ETA because they knew what Mossad apparently did not - that in the political and social climate of the time, an "al-qaeda" attack in Spain would sound the death knell for any right-wing US-supporting government. It stands to reason then that if Aznar had known about the attacks in advance, he would surely have attempted to inform the perpetrators that the attack was a VERY bad idea if they wanted to bolster his government and get the Spanish population behind the war on terror.

Thanks to the meticulously psychopathic way in which the Mossad goes about its despicable job however, there was simply no way Aznar was going to be able to convince the Spanish people that ETA was responsible because, as noted, the Mossad had prepared well in advance a very detailed bogus trail of "evidence" which pointed the finger at "Islamic terrorists" patsies, which included the ubiquitous verses of the Koran and having said "terrorists" apparently blow themselves to smithereens in an apartment in Madrid about 3 weeks after the attacks. Very convenient.

It was a double blow then that was dealt to the right wing Spanish government because not only was the media provided with the "evidence" that "Islamic terrorists" had carried out the attack, thereby damning Aznar in the eyes of most Spaniards, but Aznar's government was then further exposed as having attempted to lie to the Spanish people about who was responsible by scrambling in the immediate aftermath of the bombing to pin the blame on ETA.

In a staggering show of people power, 11.4 million Spaniards took to the streets, almost 30% of the entire population.

The result was that in the elections two days later, the left-leaning socialist government of Jose Luis Zapatero won in a landslide.

Within a week, Zapatero publicly confirmed that Spanish troops would be withdrawn from Iraq.

During the 2006 Israeli attack on Lebanese civilians, Spanish prime minister Zapatero attended a meeting of young socialists where he was given a Palestinian scarf or kaffiyah by Palestinians youths. Zapatero duly placed the scarf around his neck and allowed his picture to be taken, which was then plastered all over the papers.

Zapatero with Palestinian Kaffiyeh

On the same day Zapatero accused Israel of using "abusive force" and stated that "no one should defend themselves with abusive force which does not protect innocent human beings".

Unsurprisingly Mauricio Hatchwell, a member of Spain's small Jewish community, responded by accusing Zapatero of being antisemitic, basically for telling the truth.

Spanish foreign minister Miguel Angel Moratinos wasted no time in countering the scurrilous accusation by stating sternly that one could be a loyal ally of Israel and still criticize it without being antisemitic. In fact, he addressed Hatchwell personally and told him not to repeat such criticism of the government:
"Let this be the last time you publicly denounce and condemn and express yourself saying a Spanish government is antisemitic," Moratinos said.
The point of all of this is that we have a situation where the current Spanish government that was essentially helped into power by the Mossad has been one of the most critical of Israel.

Not exactly the result the Mossad had hoped for when they perpetrated the Madrid bombings. I suppose sometimes things just don't go the way you plan them. The abortive Madrid bombings are unlikely however to be the end of Israeli attempts to bring the Spanish people into line with the psychopathic world view of the American and Israeli governments. The Mossad, and their international banker handlers, are not the type to just walk away from failure. When one tactic fails to satisfy, there are other ways and means.

Recently, the Spanish economy has been in trouble, specifically the housing market which has experienced a serious "boom" over the past 5 -10 years with property prices and development (and the corruption that goes with it) getting more than a little out of control. Zapatero's government recently introduced new laws to prevent greedy property developers getting away with murder (literally and figuratively), the worst of them centered in the southern coast playboy resort of Marbella (incidentally also a haven for international drug running and money laundering by way of property development by Mossad/CIA/MI6 among others)

A couple of weeks ago, the following report appeared in the UK Telegraph:
Spain risks crisis over vanishing reserves - But where has the money gone?

Spain's foreign reserves have plummeted to wafer-thin levels, leaving the country exposed to a possible banking crisis if the property market swings from boom to bust - despite membership of the eurozone.

The Banco de Espana's holdings of foreign currencies and gold have fallen to EUR13.2bn (£9.02bn), equivalent to 12 days of imports.

Over the past two months the Banco de España has sold off 80 tonnes of gold, flooding the world market with enough bullion to dampen the usual spring rally. The bank has reduced its holdings of US Treasuries, British gilts, and other investments at a similar rate.

Total reserves have now fallen by two thirds from EUR 41.5bn in early 2002. Greece and Portugal have seen a similar drop.

By contrast, the overall reserves of the eurozone system have remained stable. France (EUR76bn), Germany (EUR86bn), Italy (EUR59.5bn) have all kept holdings at full strength since the launch of the euro.

The Banco de España refused to comment on the sales, leaving it unclear why reserves have fallen so low, or where the money has gone.

It appears the bank has been draining the reserves to help finance the current account deficit, which has ballooned to 9.5pc of GDP, reaching EUR8.6bn in January alone.

"The current account is completely out of control," said Alberto Mattelan, an economist at Inverseguros in Madrid.

"We have the worst deficit in our history and worse than any other country in the western world. It has not yet become a 'street concern', but I can assure you that it is of great concern to us economists. This will turn bad over the next 18 months," he said.
The article asks the question: "Where has the money gone?" The central bank of any country is not owned or controlled by the government; the central bank of any country is in fact the government's creditor, it calls the shots from a financial point of view, and to be viable, any government is 100% dependent on finances. If it so chose, a central bank could engineer a financial crisis of a nature that, with the help of the media, could force a government out of power. The question then is, who owns the central bank, in this case, the Banco de España?

International bankers?

What is interesting is that Spain's potential financial crisis looms large just after Sarkozy takes power in France. Spain's current government is definitively socialist. Zapatero even allowed himself to be photographed last year committing the crime of wearing a Palestinian scarf. Spain is Europe's last significant anti-globalist government. When it is gone, the ZioCon lock down will be complete. If Spain's socialist government is toppled, will it be as a result of a "financial crisis"? And who will be to blame? The answer, of course, is "no one", because as everyone knows, these things "just happen"...