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Zenn din Bucuresti (...@yahoo.com, IP: 167.206.164...)
2007-12-31 17:46
CFR Favored Bhutto




Kurt Nimmo
Truth News
December 30, 2007


The Council on Foreign Relations favored the corrupt would-be leader, Benazir Bhutto, over the brutal dictator, Pervez Musharraf, and her assassination was somewhat of a set-back. As should be expected, the CFR recommends sticking its nose — or rather, the nose of the American people — into the political trap of Pakistan.

According to CFR Senior Fellow Daniel Markey, the “choices open to Washington” include “working with the army and civilian political leaders to manage the removal of President Musharraf,” in other words, for the globalists at the CFR, sinking deeper into the muck is always an option and apparently the preferred option.

Recall the CFR held a “special meeting” back in August to host Bhutto and let her expound about “democracy,” that is to say allow her to wax philosophic on the reinstallation of her kleptocracy.

Back in 2003, a Swiss court convicted Bhutto and her husband, Asif Zardari, of money laundering millions, imposed a “six-month suspended jail term, fined them $50,000 each and ordered they pay more than $2m to the Pakistani Government,” according to the BBC. Judge Daniel Devaud in Geneva “said they had illegally deposited millions of dollars in accounts in Switzerland, and ordered the money be returned to Pakistan.”

“In 1998, Swiss authorities said they found about $13.8 million in Swiss accounts belonging to Bhutto and her family,” reports the San Francisco Chronicle. “Swiss and Pakistani investigators allege much of the money came from Societe Generale de Surveillance, one of the world’s largest customs inspection companies, in exchange for business with the Pakistani government when Bhutto was prime minister in the late 1980s and 1990s.”

As should be expected, these charges of corruption and others in Spain fizzled out. Bhutto was a favored daughter. “General Pervez Musharraf has given Bhutto immunity from prosecution over myriad charges of corruption,” writes Guy Rundle for Crikey. “At the same time he has detained a whole range of alternative opposition leaders from former chief justice Chaudry and hundreds of lawyers, to former cricketer and political leader Imran Khan. Some would suggest he already has a deal that Bhutto will win the election and then grant sinecures to Musharraf and his cronies.”

Obviously, Bhutto was being groomed for a return, as the heavy-handed Musharraf was an embarrassment for the one-worlders. But somebody in Pakistan disagreed, so they killed the convicted criminal Bhutto.

It’s business as usual in the New World Order, as ruthless mobsters jockey for power.

Now the CFR and crew will have to find a new minion to replace the stained Musharraf.


http://www.truthnews.us/?p=1470

Nikon din Romania (...@yahoo.com, IP: 87.69.35...)
2007-12-31 18:00
Re: CFR Favored Bhutto

La 2007-12-31 17:46:30, Zenn a scris:

>
>
>
> Kurt Nimmo
> Truth News
> December 30, 2007
>
>
> The Council on Foreign Relations favored the corrupt would-be leader,
> Benazir Bhutto, over the brutal dictator, Pervez Musharraf, and her
> assassination was somewhat of a set-back. As should be expected, the
> CFR recommends sticking its nose — or rather, the nose of the
> American people — into the political trap of Pakistan.
>
> According to CFR Senior Fellow Daniel Markey, the “choices open
> to Washington” include “working with the army and civilian
> political leaders to manage the removal of President Musharraf,”
> in other words, for the globalists at the CFR, sinking deeper into the
> muck is always an option and apparently the preferred option.
>
> Recall the CFR held a “special meeting” back in August to
> host Bhutto and let her expound about “democracy,” that is
> to say allow her to wax philosophic on the reinstallation of her
> kleptocracy.
>
> Back in 2003, a Swiss court convicted Bhutto and her husband, Asif
> Zardari, of money laundering millions, imposed a “six-month
> suspended jail term, fined them $50,000 each and ordered they pay more
> than $2m to the Pakistani Government,” according to the BBC.
> Judge Daniel Devaud in Geneva “said they had illegally deposited
> millions of dollars in accounts in Switzerland, and ordered the money
> be returned to Pakistan.”
>
> “In 1998, Swiss authorities said they found about $13.8 million
> in Swiss accounts belonging to Bhutto and her family,” reports
> the San Francisco Chronicle. “Swiss and Pakistani investigators
> allege much of the money came from Societe Generale de Surveillance,
> one of the world’s largest customs inspection companies, in
> exchange for business with the Pakistani government when Bhutto was
> prime minister in the late 1980s and 1990s.”
>
> As should be expected, these charges of corruption and others in Spain
> fizzled out. Bhutto was a favored daughter. “General Pervez
> Musharraf has given Bhutto immunity from prosecution over myriad
> charges of corruption,” writes Guy Rundle for Crikey. “At
> the same time he has detained a whole range of alternative opposition
> leaders from former chief justice Chaudry and hundreds of lawyers, to
> former cricketer and political leader Imran Khan. Some would suggest
> he already has a deal that Bhutto will win the election and then grant
> sinecures to Musharraf and his cronies.”
>
> Obviously, Bhutto was being groomed for a return, as the heavy-handed
> Musharraf was an embarrassment for the one-worlders. But somebody in
> Pakistan disagreed, so they killed the convicted criminal Bhutto.
>
> It’s business as usual in the New World Order, as ruthless
> mobsters jockey for power.
>
> Now the CFR and crew will have to find a new minion to replace the
> stained Musharraf.
>
>
> http://www.truthnews.us/?p=1470
>
>
Vine indata Katty1 si iti va da OK la postare iar dupa acea asteapta si tu reactia celor ce te apreciaza.........
Deocamdata toata lumea se pregateste pentru a sarbatori un an nou cu mai multe sperante............

Zenn din Bucuresti (...@yahoo.com, IP: 167.206.164...)
2007-12-31 18:30
Re: CFR Favored Bhutto

Sa-nteleg ca nu prea faci parte din... "lume"...!?


La 2007-12-31 18:00:01, Nikon a scris:

> Deocamdata toata lumea se pregateste pentru a sarbatori un an nou cu
> mai multe sperante............
>


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