Comic book IntelCenter propaganda video of underwear bomber with an AK-47 and a Qur’an doesn’t answer any of the questions surrounding Delta Flight 253
Paul Joseph Watson
Tuesday, April 27, 2010
Fuming with the evisceration of the ludicrous official story behind the Detroit plane bomber incident, the dubious Pentagon front IntelCenter has released a video tape which allegedly shows Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab training with “Al-Qaeda” in Yemen. Unfortunately, the tape still fails to explain why the U.S. government intentionally let a known terror suspect board a commercial airliner.
“The video, broadcast yesterday by ABC World News, shows Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab firing weapons and speaking in Arabic about his impending attack on the aircraft. He is shown reading from the Qur’an and saying: “God said those who punish you must be punished,” reports the Guardian.
To ramp up the fact that the video is a transparent and contrived dose of comic book war propaganda to bolster support behind the increased bombing of Yemen, we are told that Abdulmutallab was shooting at a Jewish star of David, a Union Jack and a UN flag.
Of course, if it’s another cartoonish propaganda video showing shadowy Muslim terrorists running around with guns issuing threats, it has to be put out by the IntelCenter group, a Pentagon front organization that has been caught red-handed putting out fake Al-Qaeda videos in the past, as well as re-hashed old footage of Bin Laden which the group claims to be new.
But no amount of footage of dangerous Muslims with AK-47’s reading from Qur’ans can answer the central question that dominates the whole plane bomber stunt.
Why did the U.S. State Department allow Abdulmutallab to board the plane, knowing that he was on a terror watchlist and presented a threat to the safety of other passengers?
On January 27, the Detroit News reported how the State Department refused to revoke Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab’s visa despite the fact that he was on a terror watch list and allowed him to board the plane, allegedly in order to avoid tipping off a wider investigation.
The video tape also fails to help us understand why, after weeks of stonewalling, authorities quietly reversed the official story behind the aborted attack and acknowledged that an accomplice was involved, despite weeks of denial and derision of eyewitness Kurt Haskell’s description of a sharp-dressed man who helped Umar Farouk Abdul Mutallab board Flight 253 in Amsterdam.
Detroit lawyer Kurt Haskell maintained from the beginning that he saw a well-dressed Indian man aid the accused bomber to board the plane despite the fact that he had no passport and was on a terrorist watch list.
“While Mutallab was poorly dressed, his friend was dressed in an expensive suit, Haskell said. He says the suited man asked ticket agents whether Mutallab could board without a passport. “The guy said, ‘He’s from Sudan and we do this all the time,’” reported the Michigan Live news website.
FBI agents interviewed Haskell and he told them about the sharp-dressed man but officials refused to admit that a wider conspiracy was at hand, stoically maintaining the official story that Abdulmutallab had acted alone. Authorities claimed that videotapes did not show a second man accompanying Abdulmutallab and yet they refused to release any footage of the alleged bomber.
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There seems little doubt that Abdulmutallab had at least one accomplice if not more. Authorities have remained silent on other eyewitness reports which described a man intently filming the alleged terrorist throughout the whole flight, a connection that strongly suggests the attempted bomber was involved in some kind of drill and that his strings were being pulled by people in more senior positions.
A key smoking gun which strongly suggests the tape is hokey and the whole background of Abdulmutallab himself is that of a dim-witted patsy, is his connection with Anwar al-Awlaki (alternative spelling “Aulaqi”), a Muslim cleric born in New Mexico, who was also connected to the Fort Hood shooter Major Nidal Malik Hasan.
“The IntelCenter, a Virginia-based company that studies terrorist groups, reported that a video by AQAP aired yesterday on al-Jazeera and al-Jazeera English appeared to show the first official communication from a terrorist organisation by Anwar al-Awlaki, a Muslim cleric born in New Mexico. He has been linked to Abdulmutallab and Major Nidal Malik Hasan, the US army psychiatrist accused of killing 13 people in November at Fort Hood, Texas,” states the report.
As Webster Tarpley reported, Aulaqi is “an intelligence agency operative and patsy-minder” and “one of the premier terror impresarios of the age operating under Islamic fundamentalist cover” whose job it is to “motivate and encourage groups of mentally impaired and suggestible young dupes who were entrapped into “terrorist plots” by busy FBI and Canadian RCMP agents during recent years.”
Tarpley points to Aulaqi’s role in the Toronto and Fort Dix, New Jersey, terror plots, which were both contrived by the feds, as proof of Aulaqi’s usefulness to the authorities in radicalizing terrorist patsies.
Lawyers in a case relating to the much vaunted 2007 terror plot to attack Fort Dix and kill “as many soldiers as possible” concluded that FBI informants were the key figures behind the operation and that the accused, six foreign-born Muslims, were merely bungling patsies.
Similarly, the “Toronto 18″ terrorists turned out to be “a bunch of incompetent guys who were primarily misled by a delusional megalomaniac”. The explosive fertilizer material the terrorist cell apparently planned to use was in fact purchased by an informant working for the RCMP who had radicalized the group.
Abdulmutallab apparent relationship with FBI operative and ace patsy-minder Aulaqi strongly indicates that he was under the wing of Aulaqi’s patsy recruitment program.
The video of Abdulmutallab training with “Al-Qaeda” in Yemen only serves to confirm our initial suspicions, borne out by his bizarre behavior in apparently being unaware that there was a bomb in his briefs on Flight 253 on Christmas Day. Abdulmutallab was an unwitting patsy under the control of federal government handlers who, despite the botched attack, swiftly exploited the terror scare he created to ram through an intensification of the war in Yemen as well as mandating the lucrative roll out of full naked body scanners in airports which wouldn’t have even stopped the underwear bomber from boarding the plane in the first place.
This article was posted: Tuesday, April 27, 2010 at 9:16 am