Saturday, December 20, 2008

Mumbai Attacks: Why should we believe Kasab and Jadhav's stories?

Although Indians are not aware of it, in university circles in America it is a widespread opinion that 9/11 was an inside job carried out under the leadership of American and Israeli Zionists as a cover story for the conquest of Iraq and Afghanistan. The mainstream media is solidly under the control of the Jewish establishment, so those forums are closed to the discussion, but it freely takes place on the internet. These forces, whether global-financial-imperialist or zionist, are under the ultimate control of the same people, organised around a small cluster of Jewish financier families. They have completely taken over all Western societies, especially America and Britain.

These forces would like to break up Pakistan and then any other multi-ethnic large states in the region as a means to uncontested control of small states in the middle east and central asia for the next hundred years. Manmohan, a creature of the World Bank which they completely control, is their man. But so are the Hindutva fascists. The first faction, Manmohan and perhaps Sonia and company, is closer tied to financial circles, and the second, the Hindutvis, to Israel. It is very easy to control terrorists if you are a well-funded intelligence agency. It is easy to get people to pretend to be Islamist or whatever fanatics, and give them the money to control the actions of the demented folk who volunteer to be their followers. That seems to have been done in this very sophisticated operation. The Jewish involvement, and its subsequent media use, is one more suggestive clue. Against that background, here are some questions.

Why should we believe Kasab and Jadhav's stories? The entire account of Karkare's death comes down to these two characters. They should be narco-analysed. But who can we trust to do it? Are there any moe jewels like Karkare left in India's crown?

I don't trust what is left of the Maharashtra police, and I don't trust either Congress or the BJP. What was really discussed at the Narayanan - Advani meeting before the Mumbai incident? We know it was about the embarrassment caused by Karkare, but what else?

We were shown Kasab on TV, and it was said he was so badly wounded that he could only be allowed to confess for five minutes at a time. Quite a drama. Then the dean of the hospital came up with the statement that Kasab was not wounded at all. Now it is said that he is wounded in the palms of his hands. An unwounded Kasab would lead one to question his story. But if the story starts unraveling, the best way to bring in some credibility is to wound the man. I think the palms would be the best site to volunteer to take a hit.

Jadhav's story too is full of incredible claims. He too turns out to be cosmetically wounded. There are some questions we would like to ask you, sir.

I think it is sheer foolishness to tie our fortunes to a sinking West, instead of to our neighbours, Pakistan, Iran, China, Russia, Central Asia, and the whole Middle East. There we would count for something. Why are the Congress and the BJP drumming up a war with Pakistan? If we act as the agents of the West, we will end up like Saddam Husain.

—Prof Syed A R Zaidi

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