I'm sure you've all heard last about Joint Chief of Staff Chairman Admiral Mike Mullen's accusations about Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence Agency being involved in the bombing of the US Embassy in Kabul. But if not, here's the links to the New York Times, London Daily Daily Telegraph, and BBC versions:

Mullen mauling shows patience wearing thin with Pakistan

Pakistan’s Spy Agency Is Tied to Attack on U.S. Embassy

Mike Mullen: Pakistan is \'exporting\' terror

It is the BBC article that gives one pause, particularly the statements of Admiral Mullen and the conclusions that this shill for the Anglo-American establishment(meaning the BBC), drew from them: "'With ISI support, Haqqani operatives planned and conducted that truck bomb attack, as well as the assault on our embassy.'

"No caveats there: his language suggests that the US has conclusive proof of Pakistani support for those Haqqani operatives, not just intelligence that might suggest involvement."

Then there is this: "But recent events, he says, are trying the patience of the White House and Pentagon.

"'My sense is there's been something of a sea change within government, and now there's less of a willingness to put up with this,' he says.

"'The attack on the US embassy compound marked something of a new chapter. It was an attack directly on US personnel and it was very high profile.'

"Analysts say that the ISI helps train and resource the Haqqanis, who are allied with the Taliban."

Well, there you have it... more "war noises" from the USA. Indeed, I watched Faux news and their commentators were, to a man (and in a couple of cases, to a woman) all agreed that this was "an act of war." And the concern here is, that Pakistan, unlike Iran, is already a nuclear power, as everyone well knows. So, following the Bush doctrine of pre-emption, if so much war noise is being made over Iran because of the danger of nuclear weapons falling into radical Islamic hands, the pattern here is consistent: the same would have to apply to Pakistan, if not much more so. Additionally, as we all know, the ISI apparently helped hide "Bin Laden" at the compound that where he was recently killed...and of course, readers here at this site will know my misgivings about that whole story.

Now what really bothers me here is the deeper story... It was, for example, a Pakistani banker that, along with US "insider" and former defense secretary, the late Clark Clifford, who helped found the notorious Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI), the notoriously corrupt front for intelligence agencies to launder money. When the "bank" went under, the tentacles connected to the Vatican Bank scandals of the 1980s, to Gerald Bull and his "super gun" project for Iraq...literally everything seemed to be connected to everything else. And of course, the ISI was involved back then too.

The point is, the relationships between the hidden intelligence players has always been incestuous, and nowhere more so than in Pakistan's case... this is a story to watch very carefully....

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. Thomas Mattingly on October 6, 2011 at 1:34 am


    Hi, Joseph et al ~

    If Mullen, Obama et al had significant proof about ISI’s involvement in the Kabul U.S. Embassy bombing, then, by now, Mullen and/or others would have at least hinted at such proof. They have not.

    As per your prior & subsequent postings, China is a powerful force with which to reckon (not only because China owns so much U.S. T-debt). At the Copenhagen ‘Global Warming Summit,’ China & the BRICS handed Obama’s head right back to him — on a silver platter. See “Climate Scam on Thin Ice” at (esp. the audio).

    China & BRICS know that ‘Global Warming,’ ‘Carbon Credit’ marketing, etc., are scams to promote ‘The God of Debt’ against ‘The God of Corn’ (as described in “Babylon’s Banksters”). Retarding alleged man-made ‘Global Warming’ also retards Third World nation development — for now (without ‘New Energy’ tech)..

    After the A-A Empire et al dispatched Benazir Bhutto (see “Condi Rice and Negroponte Sealed the Bhutto Sacrifice” at ), her husband, “Mr. 10%” (Pakistan’s current leader) became “Mr. 100%.” (Pakistani graft & corruption quasi-insiders may appreciate this more than most.) In addition, from its inception, the ISI managing director must always be approved by the USA (sourcing available). Thus, the A-A Empire (including Pakistan’s colonial Brits) may still control ISI actions more so than most may now know.

    Relevance of the above to Mullen’s accusations against Pakistani’s ISI is that, IF ISI was involved in the Kabul embassy bombing, then USA/UK may have known about it in advance (or worse).

    IF (or because) the Brits & Yanks are executing a well-planned, long-term strategy in Pakistan & Afghanistan (and vis-à-vis Iraq, Iran & Libya), and SINCE such nations are no real threat to the A-A Empire, what do such nations have in common? Well… Iraq, Iran & Libya are good oil & gas sources for China et al; and Afghanistan & Pakistan are key pipeline & seaport routes for China.

    Pakistan’s ineffectual denial of Kabul U.S. Embassy bombing involvement sets up Pakistan as an interim U.S. target – since the A-A Empire can’t yet mount a war against China (&/or other BRICS nations). If Germany and/or (ex)-Nazis are silent partners in the A-A Empire, then the above makes even more sense.

    Please also remember that it was Obama (probably at the instigation of ‘Grand Chessboard’ Big Zbig) who called for bombing Pakistan during the 2008 presidential primary debates. Even G.W. Bush initially opposed this.

    Thus, regarding Pakistan, China may be the A-A Empire’s true target.

  2. Mark Anthony on October 2, 2011 at 8:45 am

    I’ve spent many years of my life in conflict working for the US DOD Army and Blackwater Xe in Afganistan and other cesspits like the triangle of death in Yusafiyah, Iraq and the Russian powerplant where my friends were executed,beheaded thenburned and have been aware of the Haqani issue for over a decade…we always thought that we had more than enough enemies at the time…so why is it time to make more enemies when we are supposedly leaving the country. Perhaps the new military and security apparatus will be sufficient? Nice article, Sir JF

  3. Citizen Quasar on October 2, 2011 at 4:23 am

    Hamid Gul, maybe? Yep. I think so.

    It is interesting when something happens in Pakistan and the lamestream media is purposefully NOT broadcasting the truth but they ALWAYS broadcast the establishment party line. I don’t even bother with TV news exactly because of stuff like this.

    Then Pakistani General Hamid Gul comes on Alex Jones and tells line and verse what is REALLY going on in Pakistan. Thank you, General Gul! Thank you, Alex Jones.

  4. romanmel on October 2, 2011 at 2:03 am

    Kinda makes one wonder why we waste so much time going to war with this nation then that one and so on. For God’s sake, just declare an undeclared war on the whole damned universe, and be done with it.

    This corrupt government has turned an ‘ol Leatherneck like me into a pinko communist pacifist in just a few short decades! Hell, I don’t even kick my dog anymore.

  5. Robert Barricklow on October 1, 2011 at 10:21 am

    The ISI is another front of the CIA as is al qaeda. The 9/11 wasan inside job. The economic implosion was a purposeful as well, in fact the original dominoe was ‘pushed’ on 9/11/ 2007(article by Ellen Brown details this). ISI was set-up in one of many layers of scenarios in 9/11(professor Jim Fetzer writes about this in Veterans Today blog).

    The old saying ‘that war and religion, like the poor, are always with us’ is playing out in spades.

    • chris on October 1, 2011 at 3:12 pm

      I have a hard time believing the CIA is behind every corner. lol.

  6. Mark Anthony on October 1, 2011 at 9:04 am

    You should check out this site regarding Laurel Canyon and other issues…seriously…read and wonder. Nice work JF!

    • Jay on October 1, 2011 at 1:07 pm

      Thank you for this link! I was a big fan of many of the Laurel Canyon people. Key word might have to be was (still reading)

  7. Citizen Quasar on October 1, 2011 at 6:39 am

    True. And thank YOU for watching it. I, for one, can barley stand to turn on the TV (which I DON’T own but store for my landlord) and then only to watch reruns of 2&1/2 Men (older Jake), Dharma & Greg, or The Big Bang Theory. Watching the screws…I mean “the blues”…I mean the pews…I mean…the snooze is out of the question for me. This is what I have the internet for.

    There’s that Pakistani General that Alex Jones interviews sometimes (What IS his name?) and I take what he says rather seriously. In the meantime, the general strategic game plan is for the Anglo-Americans to de-stabilize, foment rebellion in, and invade every single country in the Middle East and North Africa.

    • Citizen Quasar on October 1, 2011 at 6:40 am

      …Except Israel, of course.

    • Don Barnaby on October 1, 2011 at 10:42 am

      Citizen… I think his name is General Gul or something like that. Wasn’t he a supporter of Benezhar Butto(sp.??)? Yes, it is tragic that some of our young people have nothing but war ahead of them. I served in a special unit in Asia in the early 60’s and had three brothers serve in Vietnam, two of whom have maladies from Agent orange, and now my grandson is in the 8th grade and an honor student, but the prospects to make a positive contribution to society don’t look very good. Oh well, we have to remain positive…. what else is there?

      Good article Dr. Farrell.

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