British Bombers Dressed As Arab in Iraq
Sun Sep 17, 2006 06:04

What Would Lawrence Say?

Text of fax broadcast:
NEW YORK, NEW YORK * 17 SEPTEMBER 2006 Citizen of the USA Stephen M. St. John addresses the international community in Washington and here in New York City, all members of the US Congress as well as other organizations and individuals, public and private, and points to the 19 September one year anniversary of the capture of two British military intelligence agents disguised as Arabs in Basra. Citizen St. John recalls that the two British agents were arrested by Iraqi police after a fatal shooting incident at an Iraqi checkpoint; the car in which they had been driving was found to be rigged with explosives. Citizen St. John deplores the Western media's suppression of this story, which may still be found at , because lack of knowledge of this incident precludes the possibility of lessons learned. Citizen St. John asks, how many bombings in Iraq have been carried out by British agents who were not caught in the act as these two were on 19 September 2005? To what extent is the "increase in sectarian violence" -- and the resultant need for US troops to remain in Iraq -- attributable to British military intelligence operatives dressed as Arabs? Are US private contractors -- with Zionist agents among them -- also involved in these murderous false flag intelligence operations? Who benefits by keeping Iraqis in a constant state of turmoil under prolonged occupation? On 12 August 2006, during his visit at Camp Liberty in Baghdad, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Peter Pace declared that the Iraqi leaders simply could decide to stop the sectarian violence by telling their people to stop killing each other. To the contrary, the British Ministry of Defense should call an immediate halt to the bombings. And the American private contractors should finally be held accountable by being put under international scrutiny.
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