Was the Detroit airliner a false flag - 2?
by Peter Eyre on 09 Jan 2010 0 Comment

Previously I wrote about the distinct possibility that the attempted plot to blow up a Northwest aircraft approaching Detroit could have been a false flag to justify US military activity in Yemen.


We now see both Obama and Brown getting the media hyped up to justify this military intervention and even go a stage further by holding an urgent summit on Yemen. They have both agreed to create joint funding to stem or reduce hostilities by the formation of a new police force that will focus presumably on what they say is an Al Qaeda cell in Yemen. We may recall that back in October 2000, the US stated that Al Qaeda were responsible for the attack on the USS Cole in Yemen’s Aden Harbour. That’s progress for you…I guess one could call this a rapid response group that took almost ten years to respond! Does anyone ask where does this military money comes from when both countries are struggling to maintain basic infrastructure costs?


Don’t you find it curious that Banks take our money via the government, return a profit after an extremely short period, start to pay back the government, pay a bonus to their employees, and we the public don’t get paid back? Rather, we are told we will have to pay massive taxes for the next 5 years to cover the bailout? One could almost laugh at this well planned collapse by the elite international bankers and their evil associates.


Back to conflict and wars… as we have heard so many times before, conflict or wars in such places as the Balkans, Kuwait, Iraq, Afghanistan, Lebanon, Gaza, Pakistan and now Yemen are blamed on some distant or fictitious Islamic militant group as an excuse to cover up plans to construct pipelines via some innocent victims’ territory and extend control of the worlds energy resources. Maybe readers are starting to see the bigger picture?


Before this “False Flag” incident there has always been conflict between certain groups in Yemen, the West, and Saudi Arabia. I served in Yemen a long time ago and like other areas in the Middle East, peace has never blessed the region. One could ask why - could it be that in our greedy search for natural resources, we tend to push aside the legal owners of the land in order to get control? Could this arrogance of a Christian country trying to dictate or invade an Islamic country add fuel to fire? Do we have any right to even go down this road?


This is the reality of conflict and wars - who gets control of the world’s markets. We still have a cold war going on between the huge potential of Russia’s surplus natural resources and who they want to sell to, and the US, UK and EU trying to challenge, match or secure the same market.


We have, at the moment, a major dependency in Europe on Russia’s natural resources. This has become, in some cases, insecure because of the West’s intervention in the Balkans, Ukraine and Georgia, inviting them to join NATO or eventually the EU, to stop Russia’s progress or influence. One can clearly see behind this the desire to lay their own pipeline in direct competition with Russia…


Then we have the huge Asian market, Pakistan, India, China and SE Asia which again the US, UK and EU want to control. This is reflected in the Caspian Sea’s huge resources that one side wants to control. In the middle we have Iran which has vast amounts of oil/gas and is not under the influence of either side; this really hurts the US and UK.


We have the Iranian planned project IPI pipeline and in direct competition to this, the US planned TAPI pipeline. That is what the Afghanistan war is all about, and when one includes the many other natural resources locked in the Afghan soil, it is easy to see the evil tactics of the West, not forgetting the “Poppy Fields”! What has this to do with Yemen or Saudi? An awful lot; when you get an imbalance in the political or religious aspects of a country, or get a potential change in government not in keeping with the West, we have conflict or wars.


We already know that the main thrust is coming from Obama. We see the US inviting itself onboard and carrying out its own battlefront agenda with Special Forces in situ and US fighters controlling the skies of Yemen, sometimes without any coordination with Saudi Arabia, the country that has the dispute. Press TV gives a true account:


-        Saudi warplanes reportedly mounted a dozen air attacks on the Yemeni side of the common border, as Riyadh continues to reinforce Sana’a’s anti-Shia campaign. The report also said that Yemen’s northern areas had come under Saudi artillery bombardment, tank raids and mortar attacks. The Houthi fighters added on their website that Saudi forces had targeted villages over night with hundreds of surface-to-surface missiles. Saudi Arabia joined the Yemeni government’s months-long fierce armed campaign against the Shia fighters in November. Finally we again see the comment relating to the illegal use of banned weapons… sound familiar? - accusing the Sunni-dominated Kingdom and the central government of joining forces to uproot the Shia faith in the territory. The Saudis are as well blamed by the fighters for using banned weapons against the areas resided by the Shia civilians.


This is a re-run of almost every conflict in the Middle East; a repeat of the West’s interference in someone else’s politics. Saudi is deeply concerned at the possibility of Shia infiltration via their southern border in what is a mainly Sunni country. We see the same situation in Iraq and another religious imbalance in Afghanistan. In all cases vast natural resources are at the centre of conflict.


Let’s return to the Detroit airliner incident. What does this have to do with the Yemen conflict? The US, UK and EU are heavily involved with the Saudi Government is so many ways - sale of military hardware, Joint Ventures, huge commercial investments and the evil or all evils - oil and gas! So if an imbalance is allowed to occur that could threaten any of the above, the West is for sure to stick its nose into someone else’s conflict to protect its investment. I remind you of a recent change in the pipeline with NATO guidelines - remember “An enemy to one is an enemy to all.” This is now likely to include “An attack on any supply route, pipeline, facility, installation, natural resource company is an attack on all.”


Can one imagine a scenario whereby a super tanker is heading from the Gulf via the Gulf of Aden – up the Red Sea – via the Suez Canal – Mediterranean and finally to destination being attacked anywhere in transit and the country responsible for that attack or harboring the terrorist being held accountable? One could see the US with its NATO allies then taking action against that country which could exculpate into a full on war… it’s that simple.


If one can imagine Israel carries out joint exercises with US and NATO forces, we will one day see Israel becoming a member of NATO followed by integration into the EU. Now you can see the deeply flawed foreign policy of the US, UK and EU governments. NATO means North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, which was established to counter balance Russia during the Cold War. These countries tried to extend this defense barrage to the Middle East under the name of CENTO and then to SE Asia under the banner of SEATO, but both failed. Could the original employees of NATO (myself included, having exercised in all three ventures) ever contemplate NATO operating well outside its original territory i.e. Iraq, Afghanistan, Gulf of Aden? Could anyone even think that during the final throws of Cast Lead, that Livni would rush to Rice on her last day in office and sign a MOU offering security to Israel in the offshore Mediterranean area, especially offshore Gaza?


This MOA will include assistance from the US, UK and NATO in the security of Israel offshore limits, including the Gaza Marine Area, which is currently under Israeli blockade. This control was handed to the Israelis by none other than Mr. Abbas. What many people do not realize is that this Israeli – Gaza – Palestinian Conflict is all about offshore and onshore natural resources which Israel plans to steal or rape from the legal owners. The United Nations has already issued Israel a UN Resolution on this issue; they are now also in breach of the Oslo Accord; and the current offshore restrictions are totally illegal; except the blockade is approved by the Palestinian Authority as an arranged trade off.


The very fact that such tremendous wealth is locked up offshore and Gaza is in dire poverty must constitute a War Crime or Human Rights Violation. Cast your mind back to the Iraqi-Kuwait conflict, when Iraq found that drilling companies on the Kuwaiti side of the border were using diagonal/slant drilling techniques to extract Iraq oil/gas from under the border!


Now we see the true face of politics, not to mention our own “Iron Lady” who imported Neo-Lib/Neo-Con practices into the UK. This very same lady convinced President Reagan to attack Kuwait, which eventuated in the wars in Iraq and what we see today.


Then we have her sibling, Sir Mark Thatcher of Scotney, 2nd Baronet (b. 15 August 1953), the only son of Sir Denis Thatcher and Margaret Thatcher, twin brother of Carol Thatcher. Mark Thatcher has attracted headlines for his early youthful playboy lifestyle, involvement in motor sports, business associations, and for his role in an attempted coup in Equatorial Guinea, for which he was fined three million rand (approximately $500,000) and received a four-year suspended jail sentence; what a wonderful family that displayed such compassion, ethical and moral values! Can one also relate to these wonderful titles bestowed on thieves and robbers within the bowels of British Politics?


All one has to do to receive this so-called honours title is to carry out an act against humanity or get mixed up in some clandestine operation around the world, either in the military sense or in some shady commercial deal, and Bob’s your uncle! I certainly hope Lord Mendelssohn sleeps well at night, especially in his alleged involvement in the release of the Lockerbie Bomber to Libya. This is one comment picked up on the network:


-        Leaked ministerial documents show the British government had decided it was “in the overwhelming interests of the United Kingdom” to release the Lockerbie bomber, the Times of London reports. The letters were sent two years ago by Jack Straw, the justice secretary, to Kenny MacAskill, the Scottish justice secretary, and show that Straw initially wanted to exclude the Lockerbie bomber, Abdel Basset Ali al-Megrahi, from a prisoner-transfer agreement arranged with Libya. But Straw changed his position as Libya began using its multimillion-pound deal with British Petroleum as a bargaining chip. Libya had refused to ratify the deal for six months. “The wider negotiations with the Libyans are reaching a critical stage and, in view of the overwhelming interests for the United Kingdom, I have agreed that in this instance the [prisoner-transfer agreement] should be in the standard form and not mention any individual,” Straw wrote. Six weeks after the government reversed its position on the bomber, the BP deal went through. The son of Libya’s leader, Saif Gaddafi, said it was “obvious” the two countries were talking about al-Megrahi during the negotiations. BP and Lord Mendelssohn maintain the deal had nothing to do with the bomber’s release.


That’s politics and foreign policy at its best! Bush and Obama were and are masters of such deceit in much the same way as Blair and Brown. Keep watching the headlines because soon the focus of the war against terrorism, which left Afghanistan and went to Pakistan, will soon appear in Yemen. This war against terrorism is against a group of no name, ghost-like people that really do not exist.


Everyone should start reading behind the headlines and ask questions about all these reported “False Flag” occurrences linked to all respective nations’ security agencies. We have heard of so many conspiracies going back a long way, WMD’s - 9/11- USS Liberty - Lockerbie and so many more, too numerous to mention. People have to take back control of their countries and politics to ensure they become truly representative of their citizens.

(To be continued...) 

Peter Eyre, a former British Naval officer, worked at NATO headquarters, and spent a lot of time in the Middle East and South East Asia as a petroleum consultant; he lives in the UK and writes regularly for the Palestine Telegraph

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