Saturday, January 28, 2006

CIA Getting Busier In The Strip

Let me guess - yet another 'destabilization program'?

Hamas gunmen ambushed a Palestinian police patrol early on Saturday, wounding two officers, Gaza police said, amid mounting tensions in the coastal strip following Hamas's resounding victory over the ruling Fatah Party in parliament elections earlier in the week.

It doesn't take a genius to know that the U.S. government will continue its work to overturn the will of the people of Palestine. This 'work', when performed in a multitude of other countries around the world, has included murder, kidnapping, bombing, torture, and other forms of terrorism. Let's see what USAID/CIA can pull off this time.

Remember, when USAID/CIA is involved, an election is not over until it's over, and then, it's still not over.

UPDATE: In case it's not clear from my post, I'm suggesting that it was the CIA or people with CIA funding/backing who attacked Palestinian police. As soon at Hamas won the election, they probably told their peeps to 'stay cool' and wait for the U.S. to get done with its 'end-of-the-world' pronouncements and its possible two-to-four weeks of terrorist actions in the area - trying to frame Hamas. Hamas figured correctly that the world would see through the CIA game, as Hamas would have no reason to take to the streets - they won.

The CIA just has too much of a history when it comes to destabilizing regimes about to take power. They know how to do a frame-up. This is not disputed - this is well-known and accepted, but of course, it should not be as acceptable as it is to most.

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