Are the Anti-Israeli Terror Events in Asia False-Flag Operations?
Updated - February 24, 2012
Added comments from Iranian ambassador to Thailand from Bangkok Post article.
''[Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin] Netanyahu began his accusations [against Iran] within hours of the attacks. How did he know, even before any investigations had begun?''
The ambassador also noted the reports about the incompetence of the alleged attackers. ''They were walking around with Iranian money in their pockets and being photographed with women in the bars of Pattaya?'' he asked incredulously. ''This makes no sense.''
- Iranian Ambassador to Thailand Majid Bizmark, "Don't rush to judgement", Bangkok Post, February 19, 2012
Actually this sound exactly like the false history left behind for the "hijackers" of 9-11, another Israeli false-flag operation. A false history is laid and the clues are made very obvious, so there is no doubt who is to be blamed. Ehud Barak, the Israeli defense minister, was the first person to point the finger of blame at Osama Bin Laden on 9-11. He was in the studio of BBC World television only minutes after the demolition of the World Trade Center. His message: The United States must begin the War on Terror and invade Afghanistan.
TERROR IS THEATRE AND THEATRE IS ILLUSION
Terror is theatre... Theatre's a con trick. Do you know what that means? Con trick? You've been deceived.
- John Le Carré, The Little Drummer Girl, 1983
13 February 2012 - Bystanders tend to a wounded Israeli following a car explosion near the Israeli Embassy in New Delhi. Embassy staff were targeted by car bomb attacks in Delhi and Tbilisi, Georgia, with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanayhu pointing the finger of blame at Iran. (AFP/Getty Images)
The recent terror bombings of Israeli diplomatic cars in Georgia and India look very much like Israeli false-flag operations designed to justify Israeli military aggression against Iran. They are very similar to the shooting of the Israeli diplomat Shlomo Argov in London, which was used to justify Israel's invasion of Lebanon in 1982. This would certainly not be the first time Israeli terror/intelligence agencies have bombed Israeli targets. The visits of senior Israeli intelligence officers, including Ehud Barak, to the places where the "bombings" occurred just days before the events suggest these were false-flag operations carried out by the Mossad.
Mossad chief Tamir Pardo visited New Delhi just days before a vehicle belonging to the Israeli embassy was "bombed" in the Indian capital, the Israeli newspaper Haaretz reported on February 16. On Monday, February 13, the wife of an Israeli diplomat was moderately wounded when a car bomb exploded outside of Israel's embassy in New Delhi.
A report in the Times of India on February 16 placed Pardo's visit the week before the attack, saying he met with the heads of local intelligence. Pardo reportedly led a delegation of top Mossad officials, who discussed the possibility of Iranian counter attacks against Israeli targets. The Times of India report also indicated that Israel's deputy envoy to India, Yahel Vilan, and the embassy's security officer, Shahar Gal Nero, sent a letter on February 1 to the New Delhi police warning of the possibility of attacks targeting Israeli citizens.
The article in the Times of India also reveals that India's National Security Guard was not allowed to investigate the "bombed" Israeli embassy car for "diplomatic reasons". Why would the Israelis not want the Indian counter-terrorism police to investigate the evidence of a bomb attack in New Delhi? The Times also reported that India has "no proof" to blame Iran.
Personnel believed to be from the Israeli Embassy, right, inspect the site after an explosion tore through a car belonging to the embassy, injuring two people in New Delhi. Israel's prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who is pushing for war against Iran, accused the Islamic Republic of Iran of being behind a pair of car bombings against Israeli diplomatic targets in India and Georgia. (Saurabh Das/AP)
THE STAGE MANAGER OF FALSE FLAG TERRORISM - An architectural-level terrorist is always on the scene of an Israeli false-flag terror operation to manage the event and pull the strings to make sure the blame falls on the chosen enemy. Defense Minister Ehud Barak had been in Bangkok and was very close to the scene of the bomb blasts that struck Thailand on Tuesday, 14 February 2012. Barak was in Bangkok on Sunday, February 12, two days before the blasts. He then flew to Singapore and was well prepared to see that Iran was blamed: "The attempted terror attack in Thailand proves once again that Iran and its proxies continue to operate in the ways of terror and the latest attacks are an example of that," Barak said. The Israeli defense minister was in the city-state to attend the Singapore Airshow this week and hold talks with officials, according to a report in the Jerusalem Post.
The capture of three Iranians in Thailand will be seen by many as evidence that Iran is behind the bombings, but it should be remembered that Israeli intelligence is known to operate and fund terror cells within Iran. The fact that three Iranians have been caught is not evidence that the government of Iran had anything to do with the bombings. The Iranian government is not looking for a war, but the Israelis are.
I was very glad to see that an American journalist named Geneive Abdo pointed out in an interview on Australia's ABC national radio network the very strong possibility that these recent attacks were Israeli false-flag operations. It should be noted that the Israeli government is headed by the very same people who are the prime suspects of orchestrating the false-flag terror attacks of 9-11, namely Benjamin Netanyahu and Ehud Barak. This is their modus operandi.
The following is an extract from Eleanor Hall's interview of February 14, 2012, with Geneive Abdo on "The World Today".
ELEANOR HALL: The Israeli prime minster, Benjamin Netanyahu, lost no time today blaming the Iranians for the attacks on Israeli embassies, overnight. Iran denies any involvement in the attacks, which in New Delhi seriously injured an Israeli woman who was travelling in an embassy car. Other plots on Israeli embassies were foiled before the bombs could do any damage.
But despite this, security analyst Geneive Abdo says today's tension between Israel and Iran is more dangerous than any escalation she's seen in 30 years. Ms Abdo is an Iran specialist who is the director of the Iran program at the National Security Network in Washington. And when she spoke to me this morning, I asked her who she thought was behind the attacks.
GENEIVE ABDO: I think it's difficult to answer that question. But if you consider all the nuclear scientists that have been assassinated in Iran, I think the Iranians obviously are trying to determine the cause. And they feel that a covert war is being launched against them.
So I think that the Iranians are feeling much more threatened today than they have been in the past.
ELEANOR HALL: Iran's leadership says it's sheer lies that it's behind the attacks and that the Israelis have planted the bombs themselves to discredit Iran?
GENEIVE ABDO: Well I think that's entirely possible. I mean, if you consider what the Israelis did for many years in Lebanon and other parts of the Middle East, that theory is not so farfetched.
ELEANOR HALL: Although there is an argument that the attacks were similar in style to the bomb attacks on the Iranians scientists and that, therefore, that was a message of retaliation to Israel?
GENEIVE ABDO: Well, you know, there are many theories. I mean theory one is that the Iranians did it in retaliation for attacks on their own nuclear scientists. Theory two is that the Israelis have carried out this attack as a pretext to attack Iran. I mean the Israelis are seriously considering now launching a war against Iran. So that also has to be taken as a possible motivation for these assassinations.
ELEANOR HALL: Yes, regardless of who is behind these attacks, will Israel retaliate with force?
GENEIVE ABDO: I think that the Israelis certainly, when they make the political decision, which I don't believe has been made, whether or not to attack Iran that they will use this as evidence and justification.
Geneive Abdo in 2011
"Report: Mossad chief visited New Delhi days before attack on Israeli officials", Haaretz, 16 February 2012
"Israel-Iran tension level 'most dangerous' in decades", Eleanor Hall interviews Geneive Abdo, "The World Today", ABC Radio (Australia), 14 February 2012
"Thai bombs said similar to India, Georgia attacks", Associated Press, 15 February 2012