Saturday, 14 December 2002

How Washington broke UN arms embargo

A good illustration of the Hegelian nature of our governments; problem-reaction-solution. Saddam and Osama are both creations of and subservient to the system which now wages a "war" against them. They created the "terrorists" so why is it that we're blaming the "terrorists" and not their master. The mainstream media never investigates far back enough in the money supply chain, or if they do then the information is deliberately covered up. So this morning tha BBC is bangin' on about some inconsequential bollocks like a load of cars being sunk in the Channel, like that's such a bad thing....!?! I think it's GOOD that there will be 5000 less cars on the road. Plus the fishies will like the artificial reef :-)

US intelligence agencies secretly broke a UN arms embargo during the 1991-1995 war in Croatia by channelling arms through Islamist jihad groups that Washington is now hunting across Europe and Asia, according to evidence from the Netherlands.

The evidence surfaced in a section of the official Dutch report on the 1995 Srebrenica massacre that led to the fall of the Dutch government and the resignation of its army chief.

The report reveals how the Pentagon formed a secret alliance with Islamist groups in an Iran-Contra-style operation.

US, Turkish and Iranian intelligence groups worked with the Islamists in what the Dutch report calls the "Croatian pipeline". Arms bought by Iran and Turkey and financed by Saudi Arabia were flown into Croatia initially by Iran Air and then in a fleet of C-130 Hercules aircraft.

The report says mujahideen fighters were also flown in and that the US was "very closely involved" in the operation.

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