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Thread: Foiled Terrorist Bombing in Detroit: An Excuse to Expand the Bogus War On Terror

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    London Student in Plane Bomb Bid

    The Sun
    Friday, December 25, 2009

    A LONDON student claiming to work for al-Qaeda tried to blow up a Christmas Day flight, FBI sources claimed last night.

    The man who was travelling from Nigeria, tried to ignite a “powdery substance” on a flight from Amsterdam as it began to land at Detroit.

    ABC News named the suspect as Abdul Farouk Abdulmutallab, 23, who was said to be an engineering student at University College of London.

    He was early today being quizzed by police and the FBI after he told them he had connections to al-Qaeda.

    The man set off a firecracker on Northwest Airlines Flight 253, an Airbus 330 carrying 278 passengers.

    Spokeswoman Susan Elliott said the passenger was subdued immediately.

    A senior intelligence official said: “He claimed the device was acquired in Yemen along with instructions as to when it should be used.”

    Full story here.



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    Obama Monitoring Delta Flight Firecracker Situation

    Reuters
    Friday, December 25, 2009

    KAILUA, Hawaii, Dec 25 (Reuters) – U.S, President Barack Obama, who is on vacation in Hawaii, was “actively monitoring” the situation with a Delta flight on which a man reportedly set off firecrackers, the White House said on Friday.

    A man reportedly set off firecrackers on Delta Flight 253 that was carrying 278 passengers to Detroit from Amsterdam.

    “The president was notified of the incident this morning between 9:00 and 9:30 Hawaii time by the president’s military aide,” White House spokesman Bill Burton said in a statement.

    Obama spoke by conference call with national security advisers and then he “instructed that all appropriate measures be taken to increase security for air travel,” Burton said.

    Full story here.



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    Passenger ‘Tries To Blow Up’ U.S. Plane

    Neal Walker
    Sky News
    Friday, December 25, 2009





    The White House says an incident involving a small explosion on an airliner was an attempted act of terrorism.

    A U.S. intelligence official said the passenger who ignited a “powdery substance” on the Delta Airlines flight was trying to blow up the plane.

    The flight was arriving at Detroit’s Metropolitan Airport when the incident took place.

    The suspect, who suffered third-degree burns, reportedly told federal investigators that he was directed by al Qaeda.

    A U.S. intelligence official said the explosive device was a mix of powder and liquid. It failed when the passenger tried to detonate it.

    Representative Peter King, who sits on the House of Representatives Homeland Security Committee, said the device was “fairly sophisticated,” and the suspect was a 23-year-old Nigerian man.

    The White House says President Obama, who is on holiday in Hawaii, is “actively monitoring” the situation.

    Full story here.



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    Plane Passenger: ?Terrifying; Thought We Weren?t Going to Make It?


    Saturday, Dec 26th, 2009

    Flight 253 with 278 passengers aboard was 20 minutes from the airport in Detroit when passengers heard popping noises, witnesses said. A Nigerian man who said he was an agent for al-Qaida tried to blow up the plane Friday, officials said.


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    Searches in London after Nigerian suspect?s arrest

    India Express
    Saturday, Dec 26th, 2009

    The Metropolitan Police is conducting searches and inquiries into the Nigeria-origin man, believed to be a London student, who tried to detonate a bomb on a US aircraft.

    The Metropolitan Police said its officers were liaising with the US authorities, and University College London, where is reported to be registered as a student, has confirmed it has a student of the same name.

    The person caused panic on the plane about to land at Detroit with 278 people aboard when he reportedly tried to detonate some sort of bomb.

    He was overpowered by passengers after the device failed to ignite properly.

    Reports named him as Abdul Farouk Abdulmutallab, 23, an engineering student at University College London who had applied for a visa to attend a religious seminar.

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    Passengers thwart attack

    NAOMI R. PATTON
    Detroit Free Press
    Saturday, Dec 26th, 2009

    Most of the passengers on Northwest Airlines Flight 253 seated near seat 19A seemed to hear it. A single, loud pop — like a firecracker — 10 minutes before the flight landed.

    “I heard the pop and then the next thing you know fire …people running out of their seats,” said Syed Jafry of Holland, Ohio, was one of the first passengers off the plane, seated a few rows in front of the suspect.

    “It was a fire, it wasn’t just a firecracker, it was a fire,” Calvin Kakar, of New York, said. He was seated a few rows in front of the man, a Nigerian national, now in federal custody after trying to set off some sort of explosive device. “We heard a pop and the next thing you know it was a fire.”

    One by one, the passengers deplaned Friday with similar and various bits of the story. By all accounts, the suspect was immediately tackled by at least one man, and several other passengers ran towards him immediately trying to put the fire out.


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    Passenger: Terror suspect seemed ?stunned?

    CNN
    Saturday, Dec 26th, 2009

    Syed Jafry was preparing for his plane to land in Detroit, Michigan, after a long flight from Amsterdam, Netherlands, when he heard a noise that startled him.

    “There was a little bit of light, a little bit of — kind of flamish light and there was fire,” Jafry told CNN. “And people began to panic.”

    For a couple of seconds on Northwest Flight 253, nobody knew what was going on, he said.

    That pop, officials say, came from a Nigerian man who ignited a small explosive device as the flight descended into the Detroit, Michigan, area. The White House described the incident as an attempted terrorist attack. The suspect was eventually subdued by passengers and crew.



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    Foiled Terrorist Bombing in Detroit: An Excuse to Expand the Bogus War On Terror

    Kurt Nimmo
    Infowars.com
    December 26, 2009

    The explosion of what witnesses describe as a firecracker on Northwest Airlines Flight 253 from Amsterdam to Detroit on Christmas arrives at an opportune time for the Obama administration. The alleged perpetrator, Umar Farouk Abdul Mutallab, like shoe bomber Richard Reid before him, appears to be an incompetent patsy. Mutallab told investigators he was on a mission from al-Qaeda and he got the explosive materials for the botched attack in Yemen.



    Associated Press report on the botched bombing places blame on al-Qaeda

    Yemen is a new front in the war against the manufactured enemy al-Qaeda. Not only is the United States providing assisstance to the Yemeni government to bomb supposed al-Qaeda bases in the southern part of the country, but Saudi Arabia conducted airstrikes against targets in the north. Mohamed al-Anisi, the Yemeni national security chief, told told the Saudi Arabian newspaper Okaz that his forces were cooperating with Washington on attacks and accused Iran of aiding Houthi Shiite rebels. Earlier this week, a Saudi Ministry of Defense official said 73 Saudis were killed fighting the Houthi rebels, according to Deutsche Presse-Agentur.

    Earlier this week al-Qaeda exploited an anti-government rally in Sanna. “Al Qaeda militants made a rare public appearance in restive south Yemen on Monday, telling an anti-government rally that the group’s war was with the United States and not the Yemeni army, residents said,” Reuters reported on December 23. “The West and Saudi Arabia fear al Qaeda will take advantage of the Yemeni government’s focus on a Shi’ite rebellion in the north and rising secessionist sentiment in the south to spread its operations to the kingdom, the world’s top oil exporter.” An explosion during the demonstration killed three people.



    The Yemeni government raids killed 23 children and 17 women, not al-Qaeda, according to a report filed by AlJazeera.

    The failed bombing of Flight 253 provides an excuse to expand the GWOT into Africa. “The alleged bomber’s nationality and his apparent origination in Nigeria raised immediate questions about airport security in Africa’s most populous country, where corruption, organized crime and crumbling infrastructure have long hobbled an otherwise oil-rich government,” reports The Wall Street Journal. “The alleged attempted bombing of a Detroit-bound jet by a Nigerian national Friday raises new concern over possible extremist Islamic activity in Nigeria and West Africa, a corner of Africa where al Qaeda so far hasn’t put down significant roots.”

    Ethiopian and U.S. intervention in Somalia was justified to the international public under the pretext of fighting terrorism and al-Qaeda. “Ethiopia has become a regional surrogate or proxy for the United States and Britain. This is evident from the coordination of the U.S. military and Ethiopian troops in Somalia,” Global Research noted in January, 2007.

    “America’s renewed interest in the Horn of Africa dates to November 2002 when the US military established its joint taskforce in Djibouti, now the base for 1,800 troops, including special operations forces,” The Guardian reported on January 13, 2007. “By then, the west had good reason to fear that Africa had become an arena for al-Qaida, and that the failed state of Somalia could become a haven for the organization’s operatives.”

    Ethiopia invaded Somalia with US encouragement and military assistance after the Islamic Courts Union (ICU), an Islamist militant group that ruled much of the country, made military advances. On January 5, 2007, al-Qaeda second-in-command Ayman al-Zawahiri — the notorious CIA operative in Afghanistan who was shepherded by the western intelligence asset the Muslim Brotherhood — issued a message urging Somalis to fight against the Ethiopian invaders.

    The ICU is a classic intelligence fabrication. It was armed by none other than Victor Bout, described as the world’s biggest illegal arms dealer. Bout worked with CIA front companies in Afghanistan. He also worked with the United Nations and African warlords, according to investigative journalist .

    “Unified Quest 2008″ underscores the importance of Africa in the bogus (and highly profitable) GWOT. The May 2008 United States Army War College war game included representatives from several NATO countries, Australia, and Israel, along with the private military contractors the Rand Corporation and Booz-Allen. Among scenarios examined during the game were the possibility of direct American military intervention involving some 20,000 U.S. troops in order to “secure the oil,” and the question of how to handle possible splits between factions within the Nigerian government. The game ended without military intervention because one of the rival factions executed a successful coup and formed a new government that sought stability, reported the Stop NATO newsgroup.

    Obama has defined the Africom mission to be within in the parameters of U.S. national security and the larger globalist agenda. “America has a responsibility to advance this vision, not just with words, but with support that strengthens African capacity. When there is genocide in Darfur or terrorists in Somalia, these are not simply African problems — they are global security challenges, and they demand a global response,” he said during a speech delivered on July 11, 2009. “Our Africa Command is focused not on establishing a foothold in the continent, but on confronting these common challenges to advance the security of America, Africa and the world.”

    Africa Command was established October 1, 2007 as a temporary sub-unified command under U.S. European Command, which for more than two decades was responsible for U.S. military relations with more than 40 African nations. Africa Command was formally activated October 1, 2008, during a public ceremony at the Pentagon attended by representatives of African nations posted in Washington, D.C.

    In addition to paving the way for expanded incursion in Africa, the failed bombing provides an excuse to further harass an impose police state measures on airline passengers. “President Barack Obama, vacationing in Hawaii, ordered heightened security, calling for ‘all appropriate measures to be taken’ after receiving a briefing from national security officials, a White House statement said,” reports Bloomberg. Obama considers yesterday’s incident as an attempted terrorist attack.

    Airport security was increased around the world today. “The Department of Homeland Security said passengers may notice additional screening. Security at airports in the U.K., continental Europe, Canada, parts of Asia and Australia was increased today, and a European Commission statement said the authorities are in contact with Dutch and U.S. officials,” BusinessWeek reports this morning.



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    Flights delayed by emergency security imposed in wake of attempted attack in U.S.

    Philip Ling and Allison Cross
    Canwest News Service
    December 26, 2009

    Vancouver International Airport is reporting delays to United-States-bound flights of 15 to 30 minutes as a result of the enhanced security measures imposed following the attempted terrorist attack on a plane landing in Detroit Christmas Day.

    U.S.-bound passengers are being limited to only one carry on baggage item and in addition to regular security screening can expect a physical pat down as well as a hand check of their personal luggage when they get to their gates.

    “Our biggest challenge is letting people know of the one carry-on item restriction,” Rebecca Catley, director of communications at Vancouver International Airport said in an interview.

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