Saturday, May 27, 2017


I woke up this morning to find the BBC talking about how the Muslim community must do more to inform on potential terrorists.


Several times the Muslim community informed the intels about Abedi.


And what was done about Abedi?



I think it is because if the intels had started to investigate Abedi then they would have uncovered the Jihadi network that MI5 and MI6 created to implement British foreign policy. So nowt was done about him.

Take Michael Adebalajo. He butchered Lee Rigby to death 4 years ago. The intels tried to recruit him. They harassed him. They knew he was a criminal, and could and should have locked him up. But they left him free to preach Jihad on the streets of the UK, to persuade weak-minded Muslims to travel to Syria to fight Assad in a jihad because that was and still is current British foreign policy.

And now we learn that far from being a lone wolf, Abedia was a known wolf.
“What more can a law abiding Muslim do?” asked an exasperated radio host yesterday morning, after it emerged that the Manchester bomber’s family and friends tipped off MI5, who then missed five opportunities to stop him.

I wasn’t surprised that he’d been reported – Muslims are as scared of getting blown up as everyone else.

[source : Salman Abedi wasn't a lone wolf – he was a known wolf, and the Muslim community tried to warn us about him, The Independent,, 27th May 2017]

Salma Abedi fought with his father in Libya in 2011 against Gaddafi, and it looks like theirs was not the only British-based father-and-son team to do so. Again, at the time that was British foreign policy. British Special Forces guided the Jihadis in Libya against Gaddafi, worked along side them, trained them, supplied them with materiel and intelligence. Those Jihadis were al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb, and worse. And above them acting as al Qaeda's air force flew the fighter jets and bombers of NATO.

Shortly after 9/11 General Wesley Clark was told of a plan for war and regime change in seven countries in five years: Iraq, Iran, Lebanon, Syria, Libya, Somalia and Sudan. Even though these seven nations did not do 9/11, they were targeted.

Of these all but two, Iran and Somalia, have experienced war and/or regime change. But Bomber Trump is seeing to that, bombing Somalia and sending US troops there, and last weekend signing a $350 billion weapons and defence deal with the Saudis and calling for an anti-Iran alliance of all the other brutal headchopping Gulf monarchies and despots.

By 2007 that plan for war and regime change was moribund, with the USA stuck in the quagmire of Iraq, and the American people sick to death of war. So Plan B was initiated. We call it the Arab Spring. Seymour Hersh reported in March 2007 that the USA, Israel and Saudi Arabia were going to unleash the worst international cutthroat Jihadis onto Syria, Lebanon and Iran. To give these Jihadis cover as 'freedom fighters' the Arab Spring was engineered to provoke revolutions. A revolution was provoked in Libya in 2011, which ended with the murder of Gaddafi. In 2009 the British asked former French foreign minister Roland Dumas to organise rat lines to smuggle Jihadis into Syria.

In the last decade or two, maybe longer, British foreign policy has relied on Jihadis: from first allowing them to base their HQs in London and openly recruit on the streets of the UK, to assisting and allowing them to travel to countries like Libya and Syria to further British foreign policy by chopping heads off, cutting throats, throwing homosexuals off buildings, burning people alive and eating their victims' organs.

Paul Watson said last year, "The problem is not radical Islam. The problem is just Islam."


Abedi fought in Libya alongside Jihadis as part of British foreign policy.

The Muslim community informed MI5 of his radicalisation several times. Even his own mother grassed him up, but they did nothing about him. They did something similar with Michael Adebalajo.

The problem is not "just Islam". The problem is Anglo-American foreign policy.

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