Toasted Cars in Islamabad?

From: Andrew Johnson

Date: 2008-09-22 15:21:35…   Huge bomb blast at Islamabad Marriott Hotel-false flag op? by Paul on Sat Sep 20, 2008 6:51 pm Hmm. Huge crater in the road.Concrete stripped from steel.How about those cars?Conventional truck bomb?Musharraf gone. Taleban created by Pakistans ISIUS attack ‘Taleban insurgents in incursions into Pakistan Territory.Newly installed president vows to prevent both terrorism and foreign incursions into its territoryAttack being blamed on the TalebanRaging fires on the upper storiesHow does this all stack up? I wonder…..Is this a false flag of highly suspicious provenance?For one thing, as the late Uncle Joe Vialls instructed us long ago, you don’t get to blast massive craters in properly metalled road surface,- as this obviously was, being in the vicinity of the prestigious Merriott,- with conventional truck or car bombs, no matter how massive the charge. Viz Omagh and even OklahomaAnd look at this one in comparison to the size of the hotel in the background – it’s really big and remarkably unsingedWhat the hell has produced this kind of disruption and caused an inflagration in the upper stories of the building?He used to posit mininukes for this kind of blast.I’m personally start to wonder interferometric beamsMad, eh?My inclination is that Pakistan may be being set up for some kind of armed occupation. ISLAMABAD: Pakistan will not tolerate infringement of its territory in the name of the fight against militancy while the biggest challenge facing the government is the economy, President Asif Ali Zardari said on Saturday. ( Watch ) Zardari, the widower of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto, also said in his first address to a joint sitting of parliament Pakistan needed peace with its neighbours and relations with India should be “creatively reinvented”.Zardari won a presidential election this month to replace firm US ally Pervez Musharraf who stepped down in August under threat of impeachment. Zardari is close to the United States and had earlier vowed to maintain nuclear-armed Pakistan’s commitment to the US-led campaign against militancy, even though it is deeply unpopular. The United States and Afghanistan say al-Qaida and Taliban militants operate out of sanctuaries in remote ethnic Pashtun lands on the Pakistani side of the Afghan border. Frustrated by an intensifying Taliban insurgency in Afghanistan, the United States has stepped up attacks on militants in Pakistan with six missile attacks by pilotless drones and a helicopter-borne ground assault this month.The US attacks have infuriated many in Pakistan, which is also battling militants, and the army has vowed to stand up to aggression across the border. But a senior Pakistani official said the latest missile strike, which killed five militants on Wednesday, was the result of better US-Pakistani intelligence sharing. Zardari did not refer to the US strikes but said territorial violations were unacceptable. “We will not tolerate the violation of our sovereignty and territorial integrity by any power in the name of combating terrorism,” Zardari told parliament. Economic challenge At the same time, Pakistan must stop militants from using its territory for attacks on other countries, he said. India accuses Pakistan of arming, abetting and sending insurgents across the border into Jammu and Kashmir, where militants have been fighting security forces since 1989. Pakistan says it only offers political support to struggle in Kashmir. “We must root out terrorism and extremism,” Zardari said while highlighting a strategy of making peace with those who renounce violence, economic development and using force as a last resort. Zardari said the biggest challenge for the government, which is led by his party, was the economy. The most urgent task was food security for the poor burdened by rising prices, he said, but added that would not be enough.Boom!… … s_Zardari/ At least [40] 60 people were killed on Saturday in a suspected suicide car bomb attack on the Marriott Hotel in the Pakistani capital, Islamabad, the city’s police chief reported. PressTV: At least 60 killed in Pakistan blast. WSWS: US-Pakistani relations remain on the boil. Pakistan Daily: PAKISTAN’S TALIBAN ARE CIA: Clearly, the U.S. is stung by Pakistan discovering who is the real enemy. Pakistan has decided to liquidate the so-called ‘Pakistani Taliban’ and is succeeding with popular support. It has become apparent that the insurgency in the FATA and elsewhere in NWFP is aided and abetted by the U.S. It wants to weaken the control of the federal government over the provinces and regions of Pakistan and it does not care whether it is achieved by Islamists or by ethnic nationalists. It supports the BLA as well as Baitullah Mehsud. It maintains its contacts with the MQM, the ANP, Baloch Nationalists as well as the JUI. It came to court the PPP as it concluded it was not overly concerned with ‘national interests’. Index Research: THE BOMB AT THE MARRIOTT HOTEL, ISLAMABAD: This [happens] on the day that Zadari said that the US had no right to occupy Pakistan. One only has to look at the board and chief executives of The Marriott Hotel to understand why “terrorists” (of whatever nationality) have chosen this location.The owners of the Marriott are … /20/p28844Another Marriott hotel bomb analysis from Are you interested in what’s really going on in the world, behind the facade? Then…www.checktheevidence… happened on 9/11?    

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