India executes last surviving Mumbai attacker, sparks celebrations

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Mahaseer wrote:

“What occurred at Mumbai was a classic False Flag operation, the truth of which has naturally been suppressed so that the West can go about on their laughable “War on Terror” campaign, which is a cover for the Cold War that never ended.”

You need to see a psychiatrist.

Nov 21, 2012 6:57am EST  --  Report as abuse
DeanMJackson wrote:

Mahaseer says, “You need to see a psychiatrist.”

Response: You need an oculist, unless, of course, you’re an agent provocateur.

Nov 21, 2012 7:47am EST  --  Report as abuse

“…unless, of course, you’re an agent provocateur.”

Hello Pot, have you met Mr. Kettle?

Still don’t get the link from terrorist attack in Mumbai where no Western powers were involved, to a laundry list of former and present, supposed Communist leaders of countries not involved. This post reminds me of my old Stretch Armstrong, sure you can stretch him a long way , but eventually he snaps and can’t be fixed.

Your paranoia and conspiracy laced rants are as transparent as the goo that was inside my broken Stretch Armstrong.

Nov 21, 2012 10:47am EST  --  Report as abuse
Regular wrote:

As an Indian, I felt that this wasn’t needed. The Government shouldn’t be in a revenge mode like mad men. We should embrace the UN resolution that abolishes capital punishment.

Nov 21, 2012 10:56am EST  --  Report as abuse
ParthaNath wrote:

‘Mumbai attack was false flag op’ Well Mr. Mahaseer, you don’t realise at all how those family members of 166 people killed have lived through these years. Those commandos who did whatever they can to stop those 10 bastards from commiting their outrageous act of terrorism. Cold war ? You my mate need to see some psychiatrist.
The Govt. should not go in revenge mode, okay that’s what you want, you want some next Indian city to be bombed, you want your close ones to get stoned and hit by those Pakistan trained terrorist, and you still have courage to call yourself Indian, I pitty on you mate, you are nothing but a shame in the name of being Indian.
We still are being targeted by terrorist, we do need these capital punishment so that no one can dare to raise their eye brows. Also, UN resolution is being backed by countries who don’t have or have minimum terror activites and are not being zeroed by LeTs and Talibans.
I’m a proud Indian and Justice has been delieverd.

Nov 21, 2012 2:57pm EST  --  Report as abuse

Good for India. Rest in Hell pal.

Just military operations against military targets are one thing, terrorizing and killing defenceless people quite another.

This guy, even if misguided, manipulated, decieved, etc. forfeited his life by what he did. I hope he suffered.

Nov 21, 2012 3:39pm EST  --  Report as abuse
Yesyes wrote:

@ParthaNath. I feel the need to clear this up for you since you seem to have gotten the wrong impression. Mahaseer was quoting a comment made above by DeanMJackson, which has since been removed as he has a nasty habit of spamming the comments sections here to promote his communist conspiracy theories, and he doesn’t seem to understand the rules about constantly copying and pasting the same article over and over again. He was the one claiming that this was somehow a false flag operation committed by the USSR (he believes it never really collapsed) and Mahaseer in reply recommended he see a psychiatrist like I and many others already have, since he seems to suffer from paranoid delusions and an acute case of obsessive compulsive disorder. It’s clear to me that the two of you share the same viewpoint, but since you didn’t see the original comment, it caused some understandable confusion

Nov 21, 2012 4:41pm EST  --  Report as abuse
DeanMJackson wrote:

Ladies and gentlemen, this is the same Mohammed Ajmal Amir Kasab who, all alone, stood out in the open at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, weapon dangling downwards pressed against his knee, looking as though he were in a drug-induced trance (see picture #2 above). The Indian police were all over him, yards away, taking cover behind structural columns, doing absolutely nothing. A photographer was present during the incident, and begged the police to shoot the “terrorist”, but the police refused to take the easy to kill shots.

Ladies and gentlemen, doesn’t that picture speak a million words? What occurred at Mumbai was a classic False Flag operation, the truth of which has naturally been suppressed so that the West can go about on their laughable “War on Terror” campaign, which is a cover for the Cold War that never ended.

Now you also know why NATO is straining to get a missile shield close to Russia’s Western borders, and why the “freed” Soviet peoples are only electing for their respective presidents Soviet era Communist Party Quislings/Collaborators:

Post-USSR Presidents

Armenia:

Levon Ter-Petrossian – October 16, 1991 – February 3, 1998, Communist.

Robert Kocharyan – February 4, 1998 – April 9, 2008, Communist.

Serzh Azati Sargsyan – April 9, 2008 – Present, Communist.

Azerbaijan:

Ayaz Niyazi oğlu Mütallibov – October 30, 1991 – March 6, 1992, Communist.

Abulfez Elchibey – June 16, 1992 – September 1, 1993, not Communist.

Heydar Alirza oglu Aliyev – June 24, 1993 – October 31, 2003, Communist.

Ilham Heydar oglu Aliyev (Son of third President) – October 31, 2003 – Present, Communist.

Kazakhstan:

Nursultan Abishuly Nazarbayev – April 24, 1990 – Present, Communist.

Kyrgyzstan:

Askar Akayevich Akayev – October 27, 1990 – March 24, 2005, Communist.

Ishenbai Duyshonbiyevich Kadyrbekov – March 24, 2005 – March 25, 2005 (Interim), Communist.

Kurmanbek Saliyevich Bakiyev – March 25, 2005 – April 15, 2010, Communist.

Roza Isakovna Otunbayeva – April 7, 2010 – December 1, 2011 Communist.

Almazbek Sharshenovich Atambayev – December 1, 2011 – Present, Communist.

Moldova:

Mircea Ion Snegur – September 3, 1990 – January 15, 1997, Communist.

Petru Chiril Lucinschi – January 15, 1997 – April 7, 2001, Communist.

Vladimir Nicolaevici Voronin – April 7 2001 – September 11, 2009, Communist.

Mihai Ghimpu – September 11, 2009 – December 28, 2010 (Acting), not Communist.

Vlad Filat – December 28, 2010 – 30 December 2010 (Acting), not Communist.

Marian Lupu – December 30, 2010 – Present (Acting), Communist. 1988.

Russia:

Boris Nikolayevich Yeltsin – July 10, 1991 – December 31, 1999 – Communist.

Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin – 31 December 1999 – 7 May 2000 (Acting) and May 7, 2000 – May 7, 2008 – Communist.

Dmitry Anatolyevich Medvedev – May 7, 2008 – May 7, 2012, during his studies at the University he joined the Communist Party.

Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin – May 7, 2012 – Present, Communist.

Tajikistan:

Emomalii Rahmon – November 20, 1992 – Present, Communist.

Turkmenistan:

Saparmurat Atayevich Niyazov – November 2, 1990 – December 21, 2006, Communist.

Gurbanguly Mälikgulyýewiç Berdimuhamedow – December 21, 2006 – Present, Unknown.

Ukraine:

Leonid Makarovych Kravchuk, December 5, 1991 – July 19, 1994, joined Ukraine Communist Party in 1958.

Leonid Danylovych Kuchma, July 19, 1994 – January 23, 2005, Communist, 1960.

Viktor Andriyovych Yushchenko, January 23, 2005 – February 25, 2010, Communist, 1980.

Viktor Fedorovych Yanukovych, February 25, 2010 – Present, Communist, 1980.

Uzbekistan:

Islam Abdug‘aniyevich Karimov – March 24, 1990 – Present, Communist.

Ladies and gentlemen, nations that are freed from their persecutors don’t place those same persecutors back into power. For 74 years 90% of Soviet citizens who were non-Communist Party members were persecuted by the less than 10% of the population who were Communist Party members. So what does the 15 electorates of the “former” USSR do? They elect back into power Soviet era Communist Party Collaborators! That doesn’t happen unless the “collapse” of the USSR was a strategic disinformation operation.

By the way, since the “collapse” of the USSR there has been not ONE “crime against humanity” indictment (let alone trial) of the thousands of Soviet era Collaborators who committed gross human right violations on Soviet territory. Nor ONE!

Nov 22, 2012 1:26am EST  --  Report as abuse
DeanMJackson wrote:

Yesyes, “He was the one claiming that this was somehow a false flag operation committed by the USSR (he believes it never really collapsed) and Mahaseer in reply recommended he see a psychiatrist like I and many others already have, since he seems to suffer from paranoid delusions and an acute case of obsessive compulsive disorder.”

If you had half a brain you would have noticed that my ORIGINAL comment said that the Mumbai false flag attacks were a Western operation, “…the truth of which has naturally been suppressed so that the West can go about on their laughable “War on Terror” campaign, which is a cover for the Cold War that never ended.”

As for the “collapse” of the USSR, I don’t “believe” it collapsed, I, like Reuters and everyone else who reads my comments, KNOWS the USSR didn’t inexplicably implode. As if! The evidence speaks for itself:

If the collapse of the USSR had been legitimate, the following obligatory actions would have taken place, as they always take place after political revolutions:

(1) Immediately after the “collapse” of the USSR high-ranking present and “former” Communist Party members within the various Federal government civilian/military/intelligence branches of the post Soviet republics were never arrested in the interests of national security:

Since there was no conquest that liberated the USSR, it would have been up to the people themselves to conduct the arrests to ensure the continuity of the freed state.

(2) Lower level Communist Party members within the 15 governments of the post USSR would have been immediately fired in the interests of national security:

The hated low-ranking CPSU members at all levels of government, who for 74 years persecuted the 90% of the population who were non-Communist, would have been fired from government positions, especially education. The freed Soviet public would then have requested assistance from the West to ensure critical services remained on-line until enough qualified freed Soviets could fill those positions.

(3) the Russian electorate these last 21 years have inexplicably only been electing for President and Prime Minister Soviet era Communist Party Quislings:

Presidents of Russia since 1991:

Boris Nikolayevich Yeltsin – July 10, 1991 – December 31, 1999 – Communist.

Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin – 31 December 1999 – 7 May 2000 (Acting) and May 7, 2000 – May 7, 2008 – Communist.

Dmitry Anatolyevich Medvedev – May 7, 2008 – May 7, 2012, during his studies at the University he joined the Communist Party.

Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin – May 7, 2012 – Present, Communist:

Yeltsin and Putin would have been arrested in the interests of national security, while Medvedev would have been shunned by the newly freed Russians.

(4) there was no de-Communization program initiated after the “collapse” of the USSR to ferret out Soviet era Communist agents still in power:

The fact that there were no Allies in the freed USSR to carry out a de-Communization program, meant the freed Soviets would not only have had to take up that program themselves but ensure, unlike the German de-Nazification example in post war Germany, its effectiveness since:

(a) there was no occupation force to ensure the Communists weren’t still in power or could mount a violent comeback; and

(b) ) unlike the Nazis that persecuted minorities in Germany, and were not generally hated by the dominant society, in the USSR Communists were the hated minority who persecuted the majority.

(5) not one “crime against humanity” indictment of the thousands of criminals still alive who committed crimes on Soviet territory:

Even post Nazi Germany (West and East) convicted and imprisoned Nazi war criminals.

(6) the refusal of the Russian Navy to remove the hated Communist Red Star from the bows of vessels, and the refusal of the Russian Air Force to remove the Communist Red Star from the wings of Russian military aircraft, not to mention placing the hated Communist Red Star on all new Naval vessels and military aircraft:

To the ordinary Russian, the Communist Red Star was the symbol for the hated Communist regime that for 74 years persecuted the 90% of the nation who were non-Communist; and

(7) Lenin’s tomb still exists in Red Square:

Just as the people of Germany tore apart the Berlin Wall in 1989, so too the Russian people would have destroyed Lenin’s tomb on December 25, 1991. The 74-year persecution of the 90% non-Communist Russian population would have seen Lenin’s tomb destroyed.

In order to understand the World Communist threat to our liberties, one must understand Communist strategy:

“Lenin advised the Communists that they must be prepared to “resort to all sorts of stratagems, maneuvers, illegal methods, evasions and subterfuge” to achieve their objectives. This advice was given on the eve of his reintroduction of limited capitalism in Russia, in his work Left Wing Communism, an Infantile Disorder.

… Another speech of Lenin’s … in July 1921 is again highly relevant to understanding “perestroika.” “Our only strategy at present,” wrote Lenin, “is to become stronger and, therefore, wiser, more reasonable, more opportunistic. The more opportunistic, the sooner will you again assemble the masses round you. When we have won over the masses by our reasonable approach, we shall then apply offensive tactics in the strictest sense of the word.”

If you examine the backgrounds of prominent Russian figures, you will find that they have long Communist Party/ KGB or Komsomol pedigrees. Yet for some inexplicable reason, the Western media have accepted their sudden, orchestrated, mass “conversion” to Western-style norms of behavior, their endless talk of “democracy,” and their acceptance of “capitalism,” as genuine. “Scratch these new, instant Soviet “democrats,” “anti-Communists,” and “nationalists” who have sprouted out of nowhere, and underneath will be found secret Party members or KGB agents,” Golitsyn writes on page 123 of his new book [The Perestroika Deception]. In accepting at face value the “transformation” of these Leninist revolutionary Communists into “instant democrats,” the West automatically accepts as genuine the false “Break with the Past” — the single lie upon which the entire deception is based.

In short, the “former” Soviet Union — and the East European countries as well — are all run by people who are steeped in the dialectical modus operandi of Lenin. Without exception, they are all active Leninist revolutionaries, working collectively towards the establishment of a world Communist government, which, by definition, will be a world dictatorship.

It is difficult for the West to understand the Leninist Hegelian dialectical method — the creation of competing or successive opposites in order to achieve an intended outcome. Equally difficult for us to comprehend is the fact that these Leninist revolutionaries plan their strategies over decades and generations. This extraordinary behavior is naturally alien to Western politicians, who can see no further than the next election. Western politicians usually react to events. Leninist revolutionaries create events, in order to control reactions to them and manipulate their outcomes.” — William F Jasper, Senior Editor for The New American magazine.

You ask, what does Jasper mean when he says, “Leninist Hegelian dialectical method — the creation of competing or successive opposites in order to achieve an intended outcome”?

Simply explained, and on a tactical level, it’s called the “Scissors Strategy”, where one blade represents (for example) Putin & Company, however the other blade of the scissors–the leadership of the political “opposition” to Putin & Company–is actually controlled by Putin & Company*, which leaves the genuine opposition in the middle wondering why political change isn’t taking place. Understand this simple strategy?

On a strategic level, from 1960 – 1989 the USSR and China played the “Scissors Strategy”, by pretending to be enemies. This strategy allowed one side to play off against the other with the West, thereby gaining political advantages from the West, which neither Communist giant could have achieved if it was believed they were united. Clever, huh?

Nov 22, 2012 1:43am EST  --  Report as abuse
DeanMJackson wrote:

DrFrankNFurter says, “Still don’t get the link from terrorist attack in Mumbai where no Western powers were involved…”

I assumed you kept up with the news. The mastermind of the Mumbai attacks, David Headley (born Daood Sayed Gilani), worked for the American DEA. Between 2002 and 2005, Headley made several trips to Pakistan for terror training while simultaneously working as an informant for the Drug Enforcement Administration.

In 1987 he was first arrested on drug charges, and cooperated with the DEA in exchange for a lighter sentence.

In 1997 he was one of two men arrested for smuggling heroin into the country from Pakistan. In exchange for information about his Pakistani drug contacts, instead of getting 50 years to life in prison time he received a considerably lighter sentence than his co-defendant: fifteen months in jail and five years of supervised release. In November 1998, Headley was delivered to the low-security Federal Correctional Institution in Fort Dix. However, his supervised release period was never completed. Instead, in November 2001, an assistant U.S. attorney applied to have Headley discharged. Headley traveled to Pakistan multiple times to conduct undercover surveillance operations for the Drug Enforcement Administration.[11][25] In 2002 and three times in 2003, he attended Lashkar-e-Taiba training camps in Pakistan.

Now do you see the bloody hand of the CIA all over this murderous action in Mumbai?

Purpose for the Mumbai operation: naturally to add another layer to the “War on Terror”, which is a cover for the still ongoing Cold War.

DrFrankNFurter says, “…supposed Communist leaders of countries not involved.”

I didn’t say those Soviet-era Communist Party Quislings/Collaborators, that the “freed” Soviet “electorates” have put back into power since the “collapse” of the USSR, were involved in the Mumbai attacks. I said it was a Western operation, “…the truth of which has naturally been suppressed so that the West can go about on their laughable “War on Terror” campaign, which is a cover for the Cold War that never ended.”

The list of Soviet-era Communist Party Quislings/Collaborators that the “freed” Soviet peoples have been electing President since the “collapse” of the USSR is the proof that the “collapse” of the USSR was a disinformation operation, otherwise the electorates of the 15 nations that made up the USSR wouldn’t be electing for President Quislings/Collaborators associated with the Soviet regime who persecuted them for 74 years.

Imagine it’s 1784 America. The Treaty of Paris (1783) was signed the previous year ending the revolutionary war with Britain. So who do the electorates of the newly independent 13 colonies elect for their respective governors? They elect persons who were Loyalists during the war for independence!

Now do you understand what’s going on within the “former” USSR, and why the West is fighting the Cold War under the manufactured “War on Terror”?

Nov 22, 2012 2:42am EST  --  Report as abuse
DeanMJackson wrote:

ParthaNath says, “Those commandos who did whatever they can to stop those 10 bastards from commiting their outrageous act of terrorism.”

Of course the commandos acted AFTER the terrorists were secure in the hotel.

Now take a look at picture #2 (as I asked in my initial comment). What do you see? Now tell me why is Mohammed Ajmal Amir Kasab still alive when there are dozens of police yards away? A photographer was at the train station begging the police to take the easy kill, but they refused! Why?

ParthaNath, you have to do more research. Events aren’t always what they seem to be.

Nov 22, 2012 3:10am EST  --  Report as abuse
DeanMJackson wrote:

The following critical article on the Mumbai attack is from “The Belfast Telegraph”, Saturday, 29 November 2008:

Mumbai photographer: I wish I’d had a gun, not a camera. Armed police would not fire back

Jerome Taylor talks to the photographer whose picture went around the world

It is the photograph that has dominated the world’s front pages [see Reuters' photo #2 above], casting an astonishing light on the fresh-faced killers who brought terror to the heart of India’s most vibrant city. Now it can be revealed how the astonishing picture came to be taken by a newspaper photographer who hid inside a train carriage as gunfire erupted all around him.

Sebastian D’Souza, a picture editor at the Mumbai Mirror, whose offices are just opposite the city’s Chhatrapati Shivaji station, heard the gunfire erupt and ran towards the terminus. “I ran into the first carriage of one of the trains on the platform to try and get a shot but couldn’t get a good angle, so I moved to the second carriage and waited for the gunmen to walk by,” he said. “They were shooting from waist height and fired at anything that moved. I briefly had time to take a couple of frames using a telephoto lens. I think they saw me taking photographs but theydidn’t seem to care.”

The gunmen were terrifyingly professional, making sure at least one of them was able to fire their rifle while the other reloaded. By the time he managed to capture the killer on camera, Mr D’Souza had already seen two gunmen calmly stroll across the station concourse shooting both civilians and policemen, many of whom, he said, were armed but did not fire back. “I first saw the gunmen outside the station,” Mr D’Souza said. “With their rucksacks and Western clothes they looked like backpackers, not terrorists, but they were very heavily armed and clearly knew how to use their rifles.

“Towards the station entrance, there are a number of bookshops and one of the bookstore owners was trying to close his shop,” he recalled. “The gunmen opened fire and the shopkeeper fell down.”

But what angered Mr D’Souza almost as much were the masses of armed police hiding in the area who simply refused to shoot back. “There were armed policemen hiding all around the station but none of them did anything,” he said. “At one point, I ran up to them and told them to use their weapons. I said, ‘Shoot them, they’re sitting ducks!’ but they just didn’t shoot back.”

As the gunmen fired at policemen taking cover across the street, Mr D’Souza realised a train was pulling into the station unaware of the horror within. “I couldn’t believe it. We rushed to the platform and told everyone to head towards the back of the station. Those who were older and couldn’t run, we told them to stay put.”

The militants returned inside the station and headed towards a rear exit towards Chowpatty Beach. Mr D’Souza added: “I told some policemen the gunmen had moved towards the rear of the station but they refused to follow them. What is the point if having policemen with guns if they refuse to use them? I only wish I had a gun rather than a camera.”
– The Belfast Telegraph (Saturday, 29 November 2008).

Nov 22, 2012 3:18am EST  --  Report as abuse
DeanMJackson wrote:

Ladies and gentlemen, did you notice in the “The Belfast Telegraph” article I posted above where the photographer says, “By the time he managed to capture the killer on camera, Mr D’Souza had already seen two gunmen calmly stroll across the station concourse shooting both civilians and policemen, many of whom, he said, were armed but did not fire back.”

Now why would police about to die not use their weapons to defend themselves? Only one reason for that inexplicable behavior answers the question: The Indian police were informed earlier that there was going to be an attack, but to do nothing because the attack was a drill. That also explains why those police who weren’t confronted by the two “terrorists” didn’t use their weapons, because if they had used their weapons they would have killed the two “friendlies” taking part in the drill.

Now, remember what was taking place on the morning of September 11, 2001 on the eastern coast of America? Multiple NORAD drills! Recall what was going on in the London Underground at 9 AM on July 7, 2005, the time of the London Underground “terrorist” attacks? Drills! In fact, the drills taking place at the London Underground took place at the same three Underground stations as those actually bombed!

Nov 22, 2012 10:56am EST  --  Report as abuse
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