Do you notice how Russia barely gets mentioned during the Mumbai terrorist analysis?
I find that suspicious. Noisy, powerful countries that all of a sudden fade into the background as soon as big problems surface?...that raises an eyebrow. And whenever you read some variation of: "It's clear that..." in the media, you should know that it is not clear at all. Whatever they say is "clear" deserves your utmost skepticism, especially if it comes out of a known corporate media rag.
I have been wondering about the Russian angle. Are we really to believe that the Russians, who have just ascended to top dog position in world power politics, have nothing whatsoever to do with the Mumbai attacks? Really?
The Russians and the Israels connect through the oligarchs, and, as it turns out, through the Chabad Lubavitch. And since the Chabad Lubavitch rests at the center of the Mumbai terrorist attacks, it only seems logical to ask what this might possibly have to do with Russia.
Naturally, we have to deal with layers. Evidently, the underworld does everything in layers because they lie all the time. They have to lie, because what they really think and want and believe is abhorrent to the world of normal people, which by the way vastly outnumbers them. So to survive, they create a world of deception and manipulate people's emotions 24x7x365, using the corporate media as their primary instrument, but not eschewing other methods of terrorism and disinformation as needed.
For instance, while the Neocons, Zionists and many ordinary Lubavitchers remain hostile to Russia, the Lubavitchers 'in the know' have no problem with Putin. If the Chabad Lubavitch has an understanding with Russia at the top levels, unknown to the rank and file, it opens the door for people to be used. This happens to be very convenient, given the Chabad Lubavitch's extensive network of outreach houses.
Whether Russia had anything to do with the Mumbai attacks, I don't know. But it's a possibility, and it should be considered. It is interesting to note that Putin's public statement condemned the attacks and noted support for India, as well as that in the meantime, Russia and NATO underwent a little rapprochment this week, to the chagrin of Condi Rice. Also, China has assured full support to Pakistan. That seems to balance things out a bit, and that might be enough to slow everything down. Slowing this down is crucial to unravelling it.Because Lubavitcher outreach offices are located in some of the most important political, corporate and university centers throughout the world, the Lubavitchers have put together a network that is incomparable for corporate and international espionage as well as for the secret exchange of information. Because Chabad Houses could potentially act as safe houses, where there would be no record of a person's stay, the Lubavitcher outreach network is far superior to that of Aish HaTorah for covert operations.Most people do not take the Lubavitchers seriously, but I have visited Chabad houses and encountered senior Israeli government or military officials (and probably intelligence agents). One can easily imagine that Neocon intelligentsia trying to develop a relationship with Hindutva (हिन्दुत्व) intelligentsia or politicians might have used the Chabad Nariman House as a meeting place.Because the Lubavitchers provide an unconditional welcome to all Jews in the hope of bringing them closer to the Lubavitcher way of life, not only have the Lubavitchers been open to potential subversion by Israeli intelligence organizations, but in general Mossad and Shin Bet have found it quite easy to penetrate the haredi community as the two organizations managed to do both in Israel and also in the USA during the Yossele Affair (Israeli reunites with NY woman who helped in his abduction).
Update: Oh look. The oligarchs, mostly Jews, are losing giant piles of money. They must be under tremendous pressure right now. Was Mumbai a convergence of Putin/oligarchs/Israel/Chabad/Mossad/CIA/MI6, trying to reorganize the geostrategic map more to their liking by triggering the break up of Pakistan?
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