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    Saturday, June 28, 2008

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    Friday, June 27, 2008

    FBI Data-Mining Slashed

    FBI Data-Mining Slashed After G-Men Dis Congress

    There was a time, early in the war on terror, when agencies like the FBI could have told Congressional investigators to go to hell, without paying much of a price. Not any more. Earlier today, a House appropriators voted to pull $11 million to expand a controversial FBI data-mining project, after the Bureau repeatedly stiff-armed Congressmen and their gumshoes in the Government Accountability Office.

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    al Qaeda killing Taliban..

    Former Taliban leader shot dead
    CHAMAN (PPI): Chief of Ulema Council Kandahar and former Taliban Commander Syed Muhammad Rafiq Agha was shot dead near Killa Abdullah Thursday. According to details, Syed Muhammad Rafiq Agha was going to Quetta from Chaman today. Unknown motorcyclists opened fire on him near Killa Abdullah in which he died. He was former Taliban Commander and Chief of Kandahar Ulema Council for the last three years. he was supporter of Karzai government. Police cordoned the area and started search of the motorcyclists
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    Thursday, June 26, 2008

    Gaza begs al Qaeda

    Ayman al-Zawahiri praising Abu Musab al-Zarqawi after the death of the latter in June 2006Image via WikipediaQassam Brigades In Gaza Issue Urgent Appeal To Leaders Of Al-Qaeda
    Jun 26, 2008
    By Ubaidah Al-Saif | Jihad Unspun

    Exasperated by it leaderships pointless efforts to negotiated peace deals with Zionist Israel, the Qassam Brigades, the Military Wing of Hamas have issued an urgent appeal to Al-Qaeda leaders saying that they no longer tolerate the acts of their leaders who misled them and appealing for their support.

    Addressed to Al-Qaeda Leader Sheikh Osama bin Laden and his deputy Dr. Ayman Al-Zawahiri as well as Abu Omar al-Baghdadi and Senior Al-Qaeda Leader Abu Yahya Al-Libi, the statementrebukes the leadership of Hamas for drifting away from the path of jihad and engaging in the political process with the Western-backed Palestinian authority that has resulted in further tightening the noose around the Palestinians necks. It goes on to pledge solidarity with the global jihad and asks that al-Qaeda lend its support to their military effort.

    The statement was accompanied by a video

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    Taliban tightens the Paki noose...

    Khyber PassImage via WikipediaNWFP MPAs concerned over Taliban convergence on Peshawar

    * Senior minister says coalition govt will take all members into confidence on improving law and order

    By Zakir Hassnain

    PESHAWAR: The NWFP is passing through a dangerous period as the Taliban are entering the provincial capital, concerned treasury and opposition members of the NWFP Assembly noted on Thursday.

    "The Taliban are converging on Peshawar city from all directions. It's a devastating situation. We are worried," Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N)'s Javed Abbasi told the House on a point of order.

    Abbasi said there was a high-level meeting on Wednesday night in Islamabad and the province was abuzz the whole night with rumours of a military operation. "We want to ask the government whether the army will launch an operation against the militants in the Tribal Areas or settled areas," said the PML-N MPA.

    Abbasi said that on one hand the provincial government was signing peace accords while on the other, the federal government was launching military operations against militants.

    The PML-N member asked the federal government if it had achieved desired results in past military operations and whether it was re-launching the army operation in the province. Abbasi said it was a serious issue over which the population should be consulted, and that the matter should be debated in the House.

    Former chief minister and leader of the opposition Akram Khan Durrani endorsed Abbasi's views. "It's an important issue and as such it be discussed in the House. We'll give proposals," said Durrani who is from the JUI-F.

    Senior Pakistan People's Party (PPP) Minister Rahim Dad Khan said the coalition government was faced with challenges and that it was signing peace agreements with militants.

    He added that the coalition government would sign peace accords with those surrendering weapons. "We'll initiate dialogue with those who want to become honourable citizens," said the senior minister.

    Senior minister: Rahim said some elements were giving the impression that peace accords with militants had failed, which was not true. "We'll honour the peace agreements and provide protection to our citizens," said the PPP leader holding the portfolio of planning and development.

    The senior minister said the coalition government would take the House into confidence and take steps on the law and order issue.

    The House is likely to debate the Taliban issue on private member's day on July 1 or 2. Some opposition members have submitted adjournment motions on the issue.
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    Pakistani military train Taliban

    Ex-Taliban fighter tells of training, cash, orders from Pakistani military

    7 hours ago

    KANDAHAR, Afghanistan — A former Taliban fighter has provided a gripping first-hand account of being secretly trained by members of the Pakistani military, paid $500 a month and ordered to kill foreigners in Afghanistan.
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    2nd Anthro killed in 7 weeks.

    2nd 'Human Terrain' Social Scientist Slain in 7 Weeks (Updated)

    By Noah Shachtman June 25, 2008 | 11:00:00 PM

    Img1c For the second time in seven weeks, a social scientist embedded with the U.S. military has been killed on the battlefield. Nicole Suveges, a political scientist serving with the Army's controversial Human Terrain System, was slain Tuesday in a bombing in Sadr City, Baghdad. Early last month, social scientist Michael Batia suffered a similar fate in Afghanistan.

    For nearly a year, American combat deaths have been on a slow, uneven decline in Afghanistan and Iraq. Which makes the slayings of these two social scientists stand out all the more. The Human Terrain System placed researchers into combat units, in an attempt to lower the levels of violence in their districts; instead, these two social scientists have become its victims. Critics of the project claimed that the researchers might help the U.S. military in its warzone targeting; instead, its the social scientists themselves who have been killed. Ironically, these civilian academics, in their attempts to promote cultural understanding, are spending more time outside the protective walls of the American military enclaves than many soldiers.



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    Chinese word for Surprise....

    By Chuck Goudie(WLS) -- A Chinese spy was caught "red-handed,"
    according to federal authorities, as she was about to board a plane
    at O'Hare bound for Beijing.
    Hanjuan Jin says she worked as a computer engineer for
    Schaumburg-based Motorola, a global leader in communications technology.
    Federal agents say Jin was also working as a spy for a Chinese
    company, and she has been charged in a corporate espionage case that
    reflects a growing national security problem.
    She doesn't look much like the villainess in a James Bond film. But
    the FBI says 37-year-old Hanjuan Jin played the spy role in real life.
    Jin, a Chinese-born American citizen and graduate of the Illinois
    Institute of Technology, had been working at Motorola headquarters in
    Schaumburg since 1998. She was a software engineer, living in a
    comfortable townhouse not far from her job.
    Two years ago, according to a federal indictment handed up in April,
    Jin went on medical leave from Motorola.
    Despite claiming to be deathly ill, investigators say, she traveled
    from Chicago to Beijing where she agreed to work for a Chinese tech
    company that allegedly recruited her to steal Motorola secrets.
    "The federal government is saying basically that you're a corporate
    spy. What about that?" the I-Team's Chuck Goudie asked Jin.
    "No, I'm not. I'm not. I'm not," she responded.
    "You're not a spy?" Goudie asked.
    "They made a mistake," Jin said.
    According to the indictment, a Chinese executive told Jin, "You
    should share in the fruit of our collective effort," once she'd
    stolen top-secret Motorola files, schematics and military communication plans.
    When Jin returned to Motorola from medical leave in February of 2007,
    authorities say, she did just that, downloading hundreds of
    confidential documents from the company's supposedly secure internal
    network, including documents related to public safety organizations
    in Africa, the Middle East and Europe.
    Two days later, she arrived at O'Hare Airport with a one-way ticket to Beijing.
    "What were you doing at O'Hare Airport with a one-way ticket to
    China?" Goudie asked.
    "No, I go to visit my mom. My husband and my mom are China," she said.
    Hanjuan Jin was just a few steps away from boarding a United 747
    non-stop to China. It was only a routine check of passengers by
    customs agents that revealed she was carrying $30,000 in cash after
    declaring she had only $10,000.
    "Why were you on a one-way ticket?" Goudie asked.
    "Because I can buy it cheaper to China," Jin said.
    "They say you're a spy," Goudie said.
    "They say that, but it's not true. They make mistake. They're
    paranoid. They wrongly accuse me. I have fatal disease," Jin said.
    "What is the fatal disease?" Goudie asked.
    "I have TB and meningitis," Jin said.
    "You have tuberculosis?" Goudie asked.
    "I almost died," Jin responded.
    During the search of Jin and her bags at O'Hare, federal agents say
    they found a laptop computer and more than 30 compact data storage
    devices containing stolen Motorola files.
    Jin told Goudie the files had been given to her by a supervisor at
    Motorola to refresh her memory from the medical leave.
    "He assigned me too much work. I couldn't do it," Jin said.
    "So you were gonna take and do it in China?" Goudie asked.
    "That's OK," Jin responded before getting into a car.
    On its Web site, Motorola touts the company's internal security but
    declined an invitation from the I-Team to explain how an employee
    just off medical leave could nearly board a plane to Beijing with
    $600 million in corporate secrets. That is Motorola's own estimate
    quoted by the FBI.
    In a brief, generic statement, Motorola cited its "extensive
    policies, procedures and training in place to protect the security
    and confidentiality of the Company's intellectual property."
    Motorola isn't alone. This month, Illinois Senator Dick Durbin asked
    for an investigation of whether senate computers are among dozens of
    government devices hacked into by the Chinese. And national security
    agencies are now warning all Americans attending the Beijing Olympics
    this summer to leave cell phones and laptops at home because, they
    say, there is a 100 percent likelihood that Chinese agents will scan
    and steal the contents.
    The FBI, apparently unimpressed by American corporate security,
    recently increased counterintelligence against Chinese infiltration
    of U.S. companies. FBI director Robert Mueller says he has
    "substantial concerns" that China is using scientists, students and
    "front companies" to steal U.S. military secrets, and that poses a
    threat to our national security.
    In the past year, there have been at least a dozen criminal cases of
    Chinese espionage brought in the U.S.

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    Wednesday, June 25, 2008

    al Qaeda hacking members

    Klickety ...CLICK...

    One of our cyber squads was on Recon on terrorist site.

    ( Cyber squad, at least 3 troops, leader and assigned specialists as per mission, cloaked and secure, linked by encrypted IM, and one member has a cyber side arm. Activation of side arm, alerts internal affairs, and a cyber heavy weapons squad, link on to encrypted IM and alerts me. I state we have a right to self defense if attacked. ( Demographic note: avg age of troopers is 40 )

    One of our squads found an al quada Media posting, with an upload, their security systems alerted them to an infected file, al Qaeda wanted members to download, which gave have a Q root access to everyone that downloaded the file.
    Recently analyzed Ebook entitled "The Al-Qaeda network's timely entrance in Palestine" distributed by the Global Islamic Media Front -

    They are looking at everything, credit card, info, bank passwords, blackmail material, emails, etc.

    al Qaeda meeds money and who is going to complain about al Qaeda extortion?
    Who would you file charges with?

    al Qaeda not only kills Muslims in real live but virtually also.
    al Qaeda is looking to kill on the web, Muslim ID theft, blackmail, maybe not actual death,
    but loose all ones money to al Qaeda....who you going to tell?

    I forwarded the download location of the file to Dan. His post.

    al Qaeda has posted this malware to three public sites.

    All info available to FEDS.
    InternetAnthropologistTT at


    This team will receive commendations:

    You maybe seeing more in Public on our Operations, like this one, in the Future,
    depending on our Funding Paradigm. Slowly going broke

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    'Let's not let the extremists on the Internet,' " the senior U.S. counterterrorism official said. "I don't think that's possible. Yes, we could go around shutting down Web sites, but it doesn't really work as a strategic weapon against al-Qaeda."

    WHO SAID THIS?.... wrong .....wrong...... WRONG in so many ways and on so many levels.

    Doesn't work as Strategic weapon...
    Leaving up 6,000 terrorist web sites, has worked wonders,
    Leaving up their PUBLIC command and control.
    Leaving up their propaganda, running 24/7
    Leaving up their public recruiting .
    Leaving up the links for funding?
    We have found sites with phone numbers, even bank account numbers for Public donating to terrorists.
    Leaving up their lies, heinous violence videos, beheadings, executions.



    TAKING DOWN HUGE NUMBERS IS A Strategic weapon!!!

    If it wasn't for the Internet al Qaeda would have went the way of so many other
    terrorists groups, oblivion.

    The Military leaders that think the WWW doesn't matter or isn't important in the GWOT
    need to be replaced.

    The WWW allows al Qaeda to survive.

    To sell their contorted view of Islam world wide, to independent self actualizing CELLS.

    And some counter terrorism "EXPERT" SAYS:
    "shutting down Web sites, but it doesn't really work as a strategic weapon against al-Qaeda."

    Is the Military's feat of the Internet endemic?

    If we carry the current pardign forward, we have what 12,ooo or 24,000 terrorists sites the USA is ignoring?

    Or maybe they are collecting valuable intel from these sites?

    The argument seems to be leave the terrorist sites up to collect Intel,
    Well the total number have grown to over 4,000. sites.
    And the sites are recruiting others and the number of sites continue to grow.

    This paradigm will insure the growth of Jahiddie sites, at what point do they put stopping recruitment ahead of intel gathering?

    Feels like the cart before the horse.

    Watch them grow and collect info???

    Terror sites down Sept 15, 08.

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    Flash, background noise, chatter:Khomeini

    Lot of background noise chatter:

    Disgusting rumor circulating about, Khomeini.

    Muslims shaming Khomeini.

    Trying to fix on country of source.



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    Tuesday, June 24, 2008


    Analysis: Rice presses for a US diplomatic presence in Tehran

    June 24, 2008, 9:05 AM (GMT+02:00)

    DEBKAfile’s Washington sources, report that by the dramatic step of establishing a US interests section in Tehran, 27 years after relations were severed with the Revolutionary Republic, the Bush administration would hope to wash its hands of any Israeli plan to strike Iran’s nuclear sites this year.

    Behind the step are US secretary of state Condoleezza Rice and her former deputy Nicholas Burns; its disclosure to the American media attests to White House backing.

    The step slots into the American presidential campaign by distancing President George W. Bush from conservative elements, whose thinking was encapsulated by Bill Kristol, of the Weekly Standard when he told Fox News Sunday, June 22: “If President Bush foresees the likelihood of an Obama election, he may decide to go ahead with such an attack. However, if the President thinks Sen. McCain will be the winner, he would leave the Iranian situation for President McCain to handle.” This view was endorsed by Daniel Pipes, a Middle East expert and member of the conservative Hoover Institution.

    Democratic Barack Obama has increased his margin against the Republican John McCain by 15 percent.

    Regarding the likelihood of an Israeli go-it-alone attack on Iran, former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton said in the same broadcast:

    "I think if they [Israel] are to do anything, the most likely period is after our elections and before the inauguration of the next President. I don’t think they will do anything before our election because they don’t want to affect it.”

    Sunday, DEBKAfile reported the estimate of Israeli intelligence and military circles that the extension of Mossad director Meir Dagan’s tenure for another year up to the end of 2009 points to a probable Israeli military action against Iran this year before the Bush presidency runs out.

    The unsolicited statement by Condoleezza Rice came next on Monday, June 23. On her way to a conference in Berlin of donors to the Palestinian Civil Police Force, she spoke of opening a US interests section in Tehran similar to the one maintained in Cuba. In so saying, she broke away sharply from the international drive led by the Bush administration to isolate Iran for refusing to give up uranium enrichment.

    She said: “We do have the station in Dubai where [Iranians] can get visas, but we know that it's difficult for Iranians sometimes to get to Dubai. We want more Iranians visiting the United States. We are determined to find ways to reach out to the Iranian people."

    Middle East peace negotiators, Israeli foreign minister Tzipi Livni and Palestinian ex-prime minister Ahmed Qureia are attending the Berlin conference.

    Since the 1979 siege of the US embassy in Tehran by revolutionary zealots, Washington has been represented in Tehran by the Swiss embassy. This arrangement has become untenable since Switzerland signed a bi gas deal with Iran, in breach US sanctions against the Islamic Republic.



    I started to digram DEBKA's Paradigm, and it is not adhering to it's own standards of clarity or argument within its own ontology.

    DEBKA isn't usually sloppy, and I don't think they are here.



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    Evil, Satan, WEST: NOT: NUKE paradigm

    Kuwaiti Columnist Denounces Anti-West Discourse in Middle East

    In an article in the Kuwaiti English-language daily Arab Times, columnist Dr. Khaled Al-Janfawi denounced the anti-West discourse prevailing in the Middle East. He argued that this discourse, which promotes a distorted and biased image of the West, leads to hostility and extremism and is one of the roots of the culture of violence in the Middle East. He added that in order to promote tolerance and democracy in the Arab world, there was a need for school curricula that do not demonize the other but instead stress the importance of diversity and pluralism.

    Rest of the Story: SOURCE:


    While Western science is desired even coveted in the Middle East, the Western culture is Demonized.

    The demonization is an attempt to hold their cultural wall against change.

    There are several natural forces working against their cultural wall.

    You will note the small Green "arabic flag" at the top of all my posts.
    It allows translation to Arabic of my posts, just click on it.

    Google is an Engine of social change, their translation services offer communication
    breaking the language barrier, of course its a Googalization of the message, but
    I think the concepts get thru.

    Person to person communication.


    New research out this week from Gartner tells us that the amount of PCs being used around the world has now passed the 1 billion mark, and that number is set to double in the next 6 years.

    ( World population is around 7 billion )


    USA has over 100,000 troops in Theater, TRAIN THEM TO BLOG:
    Potential 25,000 troop blogs, huge untrained asset, NOT DEPLOYED.
    Military needs to view the WWW not as something to fear, but as a Information
    weapon in the GWOT.
    Terroist have 6,000+ blogs, forums, Military could overwhelm them with
    trained Bloggers, ( Rule sets, guidelines, oversight ) and stop fearing the Internet.
    The risk in not using a Troop Bloggers, is far exceeded by allowing as-Sahab
    al qaeda's
    media arm to win the information WAR, recruiting, propaganda,
    suicide bombers, funding, sourcing independent cells.

    "It is just plain embarrassing that al-Qaeda is better at communicating its message on the Internet than America," Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said in a speech in November."As one foreign diplomat asked a couple of years ago, 'How has one man in a cave managed to out-communicate the world's greatest communication society?' "

    al Qaeda setting the Internet paradigm.

    The air Force has the key Paradigm for WWW offensive capabilities,
    and seem to be uncertain if they are up to the MISSION, ( Air Force takes 2 steps BACK )
    while the Army has the force, capability to DOMINATE THE WWW INFORMATION WAR,
    and have rejected the mission
    , instituting repressive rules and regs. effectively blocking troops from blogging. currently Army bloggers need approval and article review of 3 or 4 line officers
    to publish each post.

    Paradigm problem: Military has problems recognizing new domains, and fears engaging the enemy on these new fields of battle, while al Qaeda only continues to exist; because they embrace and exploit the new domain. While the Western military fears the new domains.
    And civilization is at risk, while al Qaeda dominates these domains, WWW and Info war. ( 6 mont
    hs to a NUKE )
    ( We never fought there before, not our job, too risky, don't know how, nobody told us to fight there, ETC. )


    Back to the Point Middle Eastern demonization of USA.

    While the Middle East fear change, American Culture is a force of its own, greater then the forces
    of the Military in many ways.
    American culture has very little "selling pressure", and a lot of "buying Pressure".
    NO one likes to be sold but everyone likes to buy.
    "Buying pressure" is internally generated by the buyer.
    Cultures have minimal impact on this type of buying pressure.
    Their cultural wall is doomed to crumble.
    And the West will be un-demonized in time.

    American style, movies, music transend most cultural barriers, and threaten change.
    Look at Cokc cola.

    The West is NOT Satan. ( Read the Troop Blogs, ooppps they haven't been deployed )

    In the long term American culture will un-demonize the West, but that takes time.
    And in this time of non-state actors in the GWOT we may not have that time.

    State actors with a religious bent towards state suicide are problematic.
    WHY Iran will push the button

    Long term the world is secure, short term the world is at catastrophic risk.


    I just realized there is not a force anywhere in the world that the US Military is afraid of, EXCEPT THE INTERNET, that knocks their little knees together.


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    Monday, June 23, 2008

    Fight or cause trouble?

    Do Cybersleuths Fight Terrorism or Cause Trouble?

    If you haven't noticed, YouTube features much more troubling fare than old clips of "The Muppet Show" and comedy routines about the history of dance. Jihadi fighters regularly post deaths of U.S. soldiers, assassinations of civilians and other images intended to encourage violence against the West.

    In late May, Sen. Joseph Lieberman (D-Conn) called for Google to take down these videos that include incendiary speeches by al-Qaida leadership.

    "Islamist terrorist organizations use YouTube to disseminate their propaganda, enlist followers, and provide weapons training," the senator wrote in a letter to Google. "YouTube also, unwittingly, permits Islamist terrorist groups to maintain an active, pervasive, and amplified voice."

    Responding on the YouTube blog, the editors thanked the senator for alerting them to videos that violated their policies, but stopped short of removing videos that don't have violence or hate speech: "[R}ather than stifle debate we allow our users to view all acceptable content and make up their own minds."

    YouTube may be the biggest site where pro-jihadi videos are posted, but it's far from the only one. For more than seven years, a small cadre of civilians, who often agree with Lieberman's stance, have taken it upon themselves to wage war on al-Qaida's hijacking of the information superhighway.

    But many in the intelligence community say these amateur detectives -- who spend their time trying to offending sites shut down or go online pretending to be terrorists to capture the real ones -- are doing more to cause trouble than solve crimes.


    "But many in the intelligence community say these amateur detectives"
    Who says; give us a link, reference? He has no sources.

    Meaningless without a source.


    Hat tip Jawa


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    Iran nuke in 6 months? or sooner...

    Mohamed ElBaradei assumes there are no secret production programs in Iran he doesn't know about. ( 6 months is VERY CLOSE, ) I think this is a risky assumption. G


    If It Wants To Produce Nuclear Weapons, Iran Would Have To "Leave The NPT, Expel The IAEA Inspectors, And... It Would Need At Least Six Months to One Year"

    Mohamed ElBaradei: "If Iran wants to turn to the production of nuclear weapons, it must leave the NPT, expel the IAEA inspectors, and then it would need at least... Considering the number of centrifuges and the quantity of uranium Iran has..."

    Interviewer: "How much time would it need?"

    ElBaradei: "It would need at least six months to one year. Therefore, Iran will not be able to reach the point where we would wake up one morning to an Iran with a nuclear weapon."

    Interviewer: "Excuse me, I would like to clarify this for our viewers. If Iran decides today to expel the IAEA from the country, it will need six months..."

    ElBaradei: "Or one year, at least..."

    Interviewer: "... to produce [nuclear] weapons?"

    ElBaradei: "It would need this period to produce a weapon, and to obtain highly-enriched uranium in sufficient quantities for a single nuclear weapon." [...]

    "A Military Strike [Against Iran] Would Be the Worst Thing Possible"

    "In my view, a military strike would be the worst thing possible. It would turn the Middle East into a ball of fire."

    Interviewer: "It would be worse than sanctions?"

    ElBaradei: "Much worse, because a military strike would mean, first and foremost, that even if Iran does not produce nuclear weapons today, it would implement a so-called 'crash course,' or an accelerated plan to produce a nuclear weapon, with the agreement and blessing of all the Iranians – even the Iranians living in the West."


    Interviewer: "Dr. ElBaradei, what do the Iranian officials tell you when you confront them about the need for more transparency?"

    ElBaradei: "They say there will be more transparency, but at the end of the day, I'd rather wait to see this transparency.


    "I always think of resigning in the event of a military strike."

    Interviewer: "You will resign in the event that..."

    ElBaradei: "If military force is used, I would conclude that there is no mechanism left for me to defend."

    Interviewer: "This is a threat directed at the Americans – if you strike, I will resign."

    ElBaradei: "I am not doing this for material profit. If I was working in the private sector, I would... I am doing this out of the conviction that I am defending shared values. If we deviate from these shared values..."

    Interviewer: "So there is no justification for an attack..."

    "There Will Be No Point in My Continuing My Work If Military Force Is Used"

    ElBaradei: "The day I believe that the international system has begun to collapse is the day I will resign."


    Interviewer: "If the world reaches a consensus that there is no solution but to attack Iran, would you still resign? What if Europe, America, and the entire West agree that the only resolution is a military one?"

    ElBaradei: "I don't think that what we are seeing today in Iran poses a clear, imminent, and immediate danger."

    Interviewer: "But in a year or two, it could become..."

    ElBaradei: "If this happens, it will be a different story, but if a military strike is launched against Iran now, in my opinion, I will have no choice but to..."

    Interviewer: "So there is no justification for a strike against Iran today."

    ElBaradei: "None whatsoever. There will be no point in my continuing my work if military force is used at present."

    To view this clip on MEMRI TV, visit .


    I repeat:

    Mohamed ElBaradei assumes there are no secret production programs in Iran he doesn't know about. ( 6 months is VERY CLOSE, ) I think this is a risky assumption. G


    Iran's secret war plan.

    Al Qaeda gives free hand to Iran in Palestine.

    Qods flush with cash and 5gw

    Iran leader of al Qaeda?

    Iran readies for war.

    Iran blueprint warhead nuke.


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    Ops and Intel update

    Mossad Chief Empowered to Prepare Groundwork for Iran Strike

    DEBKAfile Exclusive Report

    June 23, 2008

    Meir Dagan appointed to seventh year as Mossad Director

    Meir Dagan appointed to seventh year as Mossad Director

    By extending the Mossad director, Meir Dagan’s tenure for another year until the end of 2009, Israeli prime minister Ehud Olmert has put in place a vital constituent for a possible eleventh-hour unilateral strike at Iran’s nuclear facilities.

    In his six years on the job, the 61-year old external intelligence has proved his covert mettle in a variety of counter-terror operations, graduating most recently to a highly successful intelligence coup leading up to the demolition of Syria’s North Korean plutonium reactor in al Kebir last September.

    Appointed by former prime minister Ariel Sharon in 2002, Dagan’s first four years as the Mossad’s tenth chief were dedicated to counterterrorism rather than tracking Iran’s nuclear activities or monitoring Iran’s burgeoning strategic ties with Syria and Hizballah.

    From mid-2006, the former general shifted the agency’s priorities to include these targets, while the Mossad continued to show its fearsome counter-terror paces in Damascus, Beirut and other Arab capitals.

    Not all the Mossad’s operations have seen the light of day, but it has been credited in the past two years with hits against high-profile Hizballah, Hamas and Jihad Islami operatives in Syria and Lebanon.



    Published: June 22, 2008

    WASHINGTON — In a makeshift prison in the north of Poland, Al Qaeda’s engineer of mass murder faced off against his Central Intelligence Agency interrogator. It was 18 months after the 9/11 attacks, and the invasion of Iraq was giving Muslim extremists new motives for havoc. If anyone knew about the next plot, it was Khalid Shaikh Mohammed.



    Jihadists Not Lacking for Plot Ideas, Terrorist Watchdog Says

    Senior al-Qaida leaders through a password protected Internet message board periodically ask their loyal readers to send in their best ideas for attacking their enemies.

    One such request for proposals posted last year received thousands of responses, said Rita Katz, executive director of the SITE Institute, a for-profit consultancy that monitors radical websites.

    “Basically they are using all the jihadists throughout the world as their eyes,” said Katz. The request called for members to look for vulnerabilities in U.S. government facilities or for targets “anywhere in the world,” she said



    Taliban advance only made possible by Al Qaeda's help'

    * Analyst believes Qaeda co-operation secured Taliban's recent Afghan jailbreak

    By Khalid Hasan

    WASHINGTON: The Taliban advance in Afghanistan could not have taken place without support from Al Qaeda, according to Pakistani journalist and author Ahmed Rashid.

    He told CNN's Wolf Blitzer in an interview on Sunday that Al Qaeda has established a route to Iraq for the Taliban and "there is a lot of traffic" on it. He said Al Qaeda is also raking in vast amounts of money from the drugs trade, some of which it is siphoning off to the Taliban. The sophistication with which the Taiban carried out the recent jailbreak seems to have been carried out with the help of Al Qaeda. "Al Qaeda seems to be very much an organisational coup for the Taliban," he added.

    Rashid, asked about Osama Bin Laden's capture, replied that President Bush would like to see him captured before the United States presidential elections but "we have no indication on the ground that anything dramatic is about to happen". He said the US has stepped up its attacks, including attacks by drones, on the Pakistani side of the border and if intelligence indicates



    It appears that the Pakistan Army has neither learned nor assimilated the lessons of 1971 since it appears to be bent upon repeating the same mistakes. In order to prevent any further break-up of Pakistan it is imperative that these issues be addressed immediately.

    The Pakistani government and its military are faced with a difficult scenario in the country's northwestern regions that border Afghanistan. The geography of this region, its peculiar socio-cultural ethos and the historical traditions of its inhabitants require that the emerging situation in these areas be handled differently. In this context, it would be prudent for the military in Pakistan to review the lessons it learned during the 1971 East Pakistan crisis so as to not repeat the mistakes that led to the defeat of 1971. Whereas FATA's geographic contiguity with the rest of Pakistan presents an entirely different scenario from what the country was faced with the geographically distinct East Pakistan, it must be considered whether the situation in FATA needs to be handled through the employment of military force or whether other options are available.



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    Paki Lunatics:

    Paki Lunatics:
    "a wise judge" ISN'T
    America couldn't keep secret Clintions fooling around,
    and he thinks they could keep quiet MASS murder?
    Why there can't ever be a conspiracy, READ THIS:
    911 conspiracy, admission.
    Lunatic, if there is an 911 and it comes from Paki,
    its not the CIA, its al Qaeda, protected by the Taliban.

    By A Wise Judge

    Monday, 23 June 2008.


    ISLAMABAD, Pakistan—What if the Americans are planning another 9/11 type of an attack on their soil, with the intention of putting the blame on Pakistan, just to be able to get from us whatever they want? They have given many indications for such a cooked-up attack.

    Under the circumstances, all we say is that we should be prepared for such an eventuality. Why are we so backward? Why are our politicians and stupid leaders not raising an outcry about it from now? After all, the Americans start warning on things they are planning to do ahead of time.

    Our leaders are good at wasting time at frivolous things, like getting after a patriotic Pakistani like Musharraf. Before the elections, they kept yelling that the elections would be rigged. NOW IS THE TIME THEY SHOULD YELL, WARNING AMERICA THAT IF ANY ATTACK TAKES PLACE IN EUROPE OR AMERICA, IT WILL NOT EMANATE FROM THE PAKISTANI SOIL, AND THAT IT WOULD BE PREPLANNED BY THE LIKES OF CIA.


    THE MEDIA SHOULD ALSO START WARNING. IT IS IMPORTANT or they will actually take us to the stone ages, after their own staged attack. ( THE SKY IS FALLING AND THE CIA DID IT, G )


    My admission:
    911 conspiracy, admission.


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    UPDATE: the insanity continues, lack of critical thinking.
    or is this a new al Qaeda move? SEE EMAIL ADRESS.
    iNFO @ AL QAEDA?
    On Mon, Jun 23, 2008 at 2:58 AM, PakNationalists <> wrote:

    Some Basics On Conducting An Online Info-War.


    As a start, do a massive posting on the internet and the mainstream media by collecting their email addresses.

    The yanks destroyed two muslim countries, Afghanistan and Iraq after killing 3000 of their own people on 911. They carried out a false flag operation. Now after another 911, they probably plan to take out another two, namely Iran and Pakistan. They will probably send Israel after Saudi Arabia to steal its oil region coz they have been begging
    ( The Saudie's just raised their production, poor people will freeze to death at these prices,G )
    Saudi for lower oil prices. Another country Israelis may attack is Syria.

    The important thing is to send emails, and don't use VULGARITY when sending anonymously even though this is THE LANGUAGE they UNDERSTAND, but always speak politely. Dont CORRUPT yourself and ruin your soul. The most important thing is the soul. your body, you country can be destroyed, but not the soul. As a matter of fact, our body or country are being destroyed EXACTLY because we have become corrupt and our soul is not as good as needed.

    Nations, people and families that have good soul and mind are always united and invincible. That's how we Pakistanis should be.

    ( yes bombing Mosques, funerals, market places is OK, Muslim killing Muslim women children, suicide bombers IBN KHALDUN can ignore or maybe he thinks the CIA are doing this too? G )

    Enemies always start by inciting internal wars. Remember, Hazrat Ali who was the main defender of Islam in it's earliest inception was killed by a foolish muslim fanatic, kharajite. Remember, Hazrat Imam Hussein was martyred by the son of Hazrat Mu'aawiya. Even Americans know that the country must be defended against enemies INTERNAL and external. Those who bring false concepts, fallacies, impiety. We love our countries only because they give us a nice environment to live. That nice environment must be maintained to justify dying for it. One of the goals of the yanks by AQKhan was to destroy that kind of nice refuge for our scientists. The second by constantly harassing after the GHOST OF OSAMA is to do it for ordinary people. Pathans are our most brave segment of fighting people. Second perhaps come Baluch
    and third punjabis, mohajirs and sindhis. People from the northern areas are the bravest fighters as in Kargil.


    I am an old guy now so i hope young people go ahead and run this warning campaign to the media and the universities intelligentia. The last can be done on the newsgroups like:


    alt.religion.islam, soc.culture.usa, soc.culture.russian , soc.culture,canadian,
    comp.lang.c, python, ruby,

    for the media:

    Alex Jones
    mcneil lehrer news hour

    Call up various mainstream media anchors and RECORD the conversation, use an alias for yourself if you want to protect your privacy and then put it on youtube, under
    false flag on Pakistan, Iran, etc.

    I give the Paki people more credit.



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    Sex, vampires, hacking, hacker on hacker violence

    Vampires, Chinese hackers, Treachery and Smoking Hacker Babe…Let’s face it, this post has it all!

    Published by Heike at 11:32 am

    New Chinese hacker program making the rounds called Chinese Vampire v2.2.1 (starving anti-virus) billed as a trojan downloader tool, ARP attack, QQ tail…etc. The screenshot below shows the downloader interface:

    From what I have read about the tool, it is very effective. So effective in fact, that another Chinese hacker calling himself Sadness, from the Black Wolf hacker group, stole it. Yes, he did. Look at the trackback URLs associated with this screenshot compared to the one above (circled in red). Notice that our thief has changed it to the Black Wolf website instead of the www.( NOT FROM ME, G) address.

    The true author of Vampire v2.2.1 runs the website pictured below and calls himself SKSgod…sigh. He was really unhappy with the theft of his property and posted a pretty nasty response to Sadness. Yeah, hacker on hacker violence doesn’t concern me in the least.

    Now the truly exciting part of this post, there is also a female hacker involved in the marketing of this fine product named Jiajia (佳佳). Hmmm, you say…that name sounds familiar? Well it should! It is the same name as one of the members of the Six Golden Flowers.

    Jiajia of the Six Golden Flowers

    Is the same Jiajia? I don’t think it is but not sure. On her blog, this Jiajia claims that due to the controversy over the stolen program, there are only two legitimate sites to download Vampire v2.2.1. One is her site and the other at SKSgod’s. Yes, there was a picture associated with Jiajia’s website:

    Now this girl certainly doesn’t look like Jiajia number one and she appears to be a bit younger. Also, the characters next to the picture said “Sleepless Night.” Hell, this could be the picture off an album cover (and yes I did try to see if I could find a record called Sleepless Night) for all I know. She may just be the Brittany Spears of China. Thought I would include it anyway…sue me.





    Photos here:

    G 09.30.09

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    Sunday, June 22, 2008

    Does the world wait to fight a nuclear Iran?

    How Iran would retaliate if it comes to war.

    I've been reading a lot on the web about how Iran migh retaliate,
    Secret cells, Rockets, suicide squads etc. Iran 4 front missile comand.

    But one is for sure if the attack on Iran is timed right
    the retaliation will NOT be nuclear.

    The Paradigm is clear.

    Iran is currently exporting terrorism, Iraq, Afghan, Paki and Palistine and Gaza.
    Palestinian TERROR GROUPS

    Question is do we confront them before they have a nuke or after?

    Iran has demonstrated its ability to strike in unconventional ways, 5GW.
    State suicide, nuclear bomb, to bring on the Mahdi.
    illusion of deniability ( al Qaeda )

    Does the world want to deal with Iran's unconventional ways, before or after they get a nuke?

    If they get a Nuke it is a huge force multiplier, and they have convinced me they will use it
    for both political and religious reasons ( Iran will push the button ), and the very best scenario is they only use it as a threat to bend Middle eastern countries to their will, blackmail.
    Persians SKUNK Arabs

    The Iranian paradigm is targeting Israel, they have the religious conviction and mandate to use
    a nuke, and see a heavemly reward for doing so. And a nuclear suicide attack is not out of their preview.

    Iran's intentions are clear.

    Question becomes are they allowed to execute their plan, or disrupt it before they are ready to execute.

    Fight a Nuclear Iran or fight a non-nuclear Iran?

    The choice is ours. Their intentions have been demonstrated in their actions, in Iraq, Syria, Afghan, Paki, Palestine, Gaza.

    Their religious convictions have been publicly stated.

    They have admitted their intentions towards Israel.

    There is going to be a fight on Iran's terms or on the Worlds terms.

    I chose a non-nuclear Iran.

    What will be G. Bush's legacy?


    Fight a Nuclear Iran or Fight Non-Nuclear Iran

    Iran nuke in 6 months

    Iran's secret war plan.

    Al Qaeda gives free hand to Iran in Palestine.

    Qods flush with cash and 5gw

    Iran leader of al Qaeda?

    Iran readies for war.

    Iran blueprint warhead nuke.

    report International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director General Mohamad ElBaradei, to quit, OK, he failed.

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    Paki Police taliban force?

    Location of Charsadda District (highlighted in red) within the North West Frontier Province of Pakistan, created using Inkscape.Image via Wikipedia
    June 21, 2008

    Twenty-nine were killed in clashes between the Lashkar-e-Islam and Ansar-ul-Islam in Kurram. Twenty-five Christians were kidnapped in Peshawar. Police in Charsadda arrested 15 journalists for reporting on the Taliban. The Pakistani government wants to fight the war against terrorism, but not inside Pakistan, said the Prime Minister's adviser.

    Journalists held for reporting on Taliban

    PESHAWAR: Police in the Shabqadar area of Charsadda district detained 15 local journalists on Saturday for reporting on Taliban activities. Ahmad Ali, one of the arrested journalists, told Daily Times by telephone that they had received several warnings from DSP Ihsanuddin to refrain from such reporting. The journalists were later freed, but said they would remain in the police station until DSP's transfer. staff report\06\22\story_22-6-2008_pg7_7


    Police in the Shabqadar area of Charsadda should be arrested and sued.


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    al Qaeda, recruiting Westerners

    Photo by Gerald

    And now a white European Qaeda?

    * US officials believe Al Qaeda has completed recruiting Western would-be terrorists

    By Khalid Hasan

    WASHINGTON: United States intelligence officials fear that a new breed of Al Qaeda-linked terrorists, all white Europeans, may have been trained at camps in Pakistan's Tribal Areas to carry out operations in Europe and elsewhere.

    According to ABC News, dozens of these potential European terrorists have been dispatched to plan attacks against Europe and possibly the United States. The men are said to come from Britain, the Netherlands, Denmark, Germany, Romania and Estonia. Some European recruits may have already gone operational. Two of the suspects arrested in a September 2007 plot to kill American soldiers in Germany were native Germans, and it is being investigated to discover whether they were Pakistan-trained. An April 2008 report alleged that an increasing number of European nationals had attended training in Pakistan and were later involved in, or suspected of, terrorist offences in European Union countries.

    Successful: US intelligence officials believe that Al Qaeda has successfully completed its major goal of recruiting and training Western would-be terrorists. "Al Qaeda is improving the last key aspect of its ability to attack the US: the identification, training and positioning of operatives for an attack in the homeland," according to a February Threat Assessment report from the director of National Intelligence who said that his agency had "seen an influx of new Western recruits into the Tribal Areas since mid-2006."
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