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Fake Terrorism Winning Hearts And Minds?

based on a report by Matt Hutaff. September 20, 2005

The story sounds amazing, almost fantastical.

A car driving through the outskirts of a besieged city opens fire on a police checkpoint, killing one. Police surround and detain the drivers and find the vehicle packed with explosives. When the suspects are thrown in prison, their allies drive right up to the walls of the jail, break through them and rescue their comrades. 150 other prisoners break free in the ensuing melee.

Incredible, no? Yet this story took place in the southern Iraqi city of Basra recently. Violence continues to escalate in the aftermath... but not for the reasons you think.

You see, the drivers of the explosive-laden car were were British Special Forces. And their rescuers were British soldiers driving British tanks.

Winning the hearts and minds, aren't we?

What we have here is a clear instance of a foreign power attempting to fabricate a terrorist attack. Why else would the soldiers be dressed as Arabs if not to frame them? Why have a car laden with explosives if you don't plan to use them for destructive purposes? Iraq is headed towards civil war, and this operation was meant to accelerate the process by killing people and blaming others. Nothing more, nothing less.

These actions are inexcusable and embarrassing; however, they should make you think. If a country like the United Kingdom is willing to commit acts of terror, what kind of false-flag operations do you think the United States is capable of?

If you thought the U.S. wouldn't blow up people it claims to support in the hopes of advancing its agenda, think again. Use this incident as your first reference point.

You have been reading excerpts from "Fake Terrorism Is a Coalition's Best Friend" by Matt Hutaff. You can read the entire piece here: tinyurl.com/a8f7e, thanks to thesimon.com.

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