Financial Times Alleges Terrorists Were Hindus
from Shadow Warrior
Friday, November 28, 2008
The Financial Times of UK insists that this terrorist atrocity might have been a "false flag" attack staged by local Hindus to frame Muslims. Read their article:http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/b77572d0-bcbc-11dd-af5a-0000779fd18c.html
I was totally stunned and horrified by their blatant fabrication. Talk about tinfoil hats! This is just like those idiots who insist that the Israeli embassy warned all Jews to stay home on 9/11, or that CIA timer-chargers brought the Twin Towers down. But this is the Financial Times peddling this crap! What slimy journalism from those with an Atlanticist bent.
Posted by san at 11/28/2008 11:18:00 PM
Labels: atlanticism, media, pseudo-history, pseudo-secular, terrorism
That suggestion is a bit like saying that the 9/11 was an inside job. Of course, India's "secular" media will never say that 7/7 was a "false flag" job carried out by British vigilantes.
11/29/2008 4:39 AM
Unbelievable quote below. The man they found with the 'Hindu thread around his wrist' (photo #5 at this link) was caught around Girgaum, Mumbai and has an Islamic name with ties to Pakistan. It would appear someone greatly sympathetic to Pakistan and Islamist terrorism got a word into this FT editorial."Both Islamist and Hindu extremists have been bombing their way across India in an attempt to polarise opinion, especially ahead of general elections next year. Some of these appear to have been “false flag” attacks, including by Hindu supremacists masquerading as jihadis. One of the Mumbai attackers, presumed to be Islamists, was photographed wearing a sacred Hindu thread around his wrist."
11/29/2008 7:54 AM
Ghost Writer said...
The slimeys are trying very hard cover up the fact that many of these "Hindus" were Mohammedans of British origin
11/29/2008 8:42 AM
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