Thursday, 24 October 2002

Israeli made C4 explosive used in Bali bombing

Now try and tell me this wasn't a false-flag operation! I don't know about the micro-nuke theory, Joe Vialls' conclusions would still fit with this claim of Israeli C4 because he asserts that the C4 discovered was from the two smaller bombs that went off just before the main one. The main one was -he claims- a Sub-Atomic Demolition Muntion (SADM). Read the Vialls Report here.

The discovery of the explosives suggests a sophisticated bombing operation. Reports from the French news agency AFP say that the head of Indonesian intelligence, Hendropriyono, has disclosed that the explosive was a type known as C4, tracked to a manufacture in Israel.

Identifying components of explosive have been matched to the fascist C4 manufacturer in the rogue state of Israel. Tests for matches with explosive are conclusive. Tracking the manufacturer through analysis of components in residue. The agency also cited Indonesian police spokesman Brigadier-General Saleh Saaf as saying that "we have processed the data and we are now really certain that the C4 explosive was made in Israel".

Mossad operations have been exposed in a series of leaked CIA documents and in statements by security officials in the US and Singapore . And are linked to the bombings in Bali

The Saturday night blasts, which are a suspected mossad terror operation followed persistent reports that mossad was operating in the area. After the massive peace rally in Australia that same weekend, these mossad operations where put into high gear in a deadly way. Mossad terror network operations are working hard to draw the western world into war for Israeli and U.S conquest.

The discovery of traces of Israeli made plastic explosive could be a vital clue to who was responsible.

The Israeli made C4 explosive used in the Bali bombing is a powerful agent manufactured in Israel by the fascist United States and is used widely by the American led axis of evil military forces around the world.

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