India: Coordinated Terrorist Attacks

November 27th, 2008

See, this is why the U.S. needs to attack Pakistan… *wink* *wink* Get it?

Of course, it’s possible that this is some sort of organic insurgency. (Anything is possible, right?) I doubt it, though, because no critical economic infrastructure was hit. When the attackers start popping Internet and electrical infrastructure, shutting down the operations of transnational corporations, then the CIA and its clients might not be behind it.

I’ve read several accounts of what happened, and it’s just absurd, from a military perspective. If the coordinators of this outrage are not false flag CIA/ISI shills, they’re complete idiots.

As usual, ask yourself, who benefits from this?

Via: New York Times:

Coordinated terrorist attacks struck the heart of Mumbai, India’s commercial capital, on Wednesday night, killing dozens in machine-gun and grenade assaults on at least two five-star hotels, the city’s largest train station, a movie theater and a hospital.

Even by the standards of terrorism in India, which has suffered a rising number of terrorist attacks this year, the assaults were particularly brazen and drastically different in scale and execution. The attackers used boats to reach the urban peninsula where they hit, and their targets were sites popular with tourists.

The Mumbai police said the attacks killed at least 80 people and wounded 240, according to preliminary reports. Guests who had escaped the hotels told television stations that the attackers were taking hostages, singling out Americans and Britons. A previously unknown group claimed responsibility, though that claim could not be confirmed. It remained unclear whether there was any link to outside terrorist groups.

More: CNN – Updating Story Frequently

5 Responses to “India: Coordinated Terrorist Attacks”

  1. John Doh Says:

    World leaders condemn horrific attacks,,,
    “reportedly following many leads and are close to apprehending Goldstein”.
    I think it’s just to distract people from places
    and events such as Thailand or Iceland.

  2. Eileen Says:

    “If the coordinators of this outrage are not false flag CIA/ISI shills, they’re complete idiots.” Yeah well Kevin, I also thought CIA shills were responsible. There also was some blip never mentioned again in two hours of listening to National Propaganda Radio that the Department of Homeland Security had a rumour that Al Queda was going to attack the subway system in New York.

    Yes sirree who benefits? I suppose a lot of mercenaries are thinking their meal ticket is about punched out and will not be renewed automatically. Kind of like food stamps. Hah. One can only dare to think such hopeful thoughts.

    This theatre of killing and mayhem is getting really old already. Its not that I don’t care about the people dying and being frightened, for that I care alot. But for those trying to create an impact with such stupid shit its getting so very tiresome. What exactly is the point already?

  3. anothernut Says:

    From the Editor of Marketwatch (and currently on that site’s front page — Thurs, Nov 27, 2008): “Attacks demonstrate again that security, not the economy, must be incoming president’s top priority.”

    Yeah, baby, fear is the thing that’ll make you say, “I’m just thankful for whatever protection the Government can provide; living in a tent city isn’t so bad!”

    While the top dogs at Citibank live like kings.

  4. John Doh Says:

    Short commercial aviation,…
    India joins Thailand as a No Fly Zone.

  5. GK Says:

    Kevin, you are not going to believe this. Anyone can verify the facts with a quick call to CNN.

    Guess where the CNN Asia bureau chief was staying the 3 days before these attacks.

    The Taj Mahal Hotel in Mumbai.

    Guess what restaurant he ate at those 3 nights, but not on the night of the attacks?

    The poolside restaurant where the shooting takes place.

    How do I know this? He is a relative of my friend…

    I talked to another friend who is an expert on India and asked, India seems peaceful and would never nuke anyone. He said Yes, except Pakistan where they would happily launch a FIRST strike.

    Obama has already committed to attacking Pakistan.

    The vice tightens. Who benefits? The country whose name is not spoken.

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