How does a bomb complete with timer, wires and a detonator work it’s way undetected from the UK to Turkey via airfreight through the UPS freight company.
Those of you with a memory will recollect that UPS were the freight carrier who delivered “printer bombs” from Yemen to the USA in 2010.
Media outlets are reporting that:
“Police stressed the incident was not terrorist-related.”
“It wasn’t a real bomb. It wasn’t sent by Al Qaeda and it wasn’t on a passenger plane.”
Anytime someone comes close to farting near a plane, it’s Al-CIAda & the media kicking up an almighty fuss of how close we came to armageddon.
So why are the media downplaying this?
What I do know is this.
UPS are one of the few freight carriers in the world that do not have third party checks on the freight it carries, meaning it is deemed trustworthy and competent enough not to need extra security checks.
Has that made it complacent or does that mean it has been infiltrated by the military industrial complex as a conduit to launch false flag operations?
Back in December 2010, I wrote about how the intelligence agencies had been targeting UK airports with dummy explosives to “test” security measures.
The Turkish prime minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan is an outspoken opponent of a British & French led military campaign against Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi.
“I wish that those who only see oil, gold mines and underground treasures when they look in [Libya’s] direction, would see the region through glasses of conscience from now on.”
President Gül reinforced the Turkish view that France and others were being driven primarily by economic interests:
“The aim [of the air campaign] is not the liberation of the Libyan people, there are hidden agendas and different interests.”
Turkey was the only country that stressed that Nato should be given “sole command”, of the Libyan mission.
Turkey is Nato’s second biggest army after the US and its only Muslim member.
France & Germany do not want Turkey, a Muslim country to join the EU.
More than 40 countries and organisations met yesterday in London to discuss the Libyan situation.
The one thing they did agree upon was:
“Qatar had also agreed to facilitate the sale of Libyan oil”
Libya runs it’s oil & gas industry along nationalised lines.
What are the chances that the price Libya will have to pay for western intervention is the opening up of it’s industry to foreign owners – privatisation – and flight of capital into foreign hands?
For further reading on the geo political situation the mainstream media will not discuss, The Akh would recommend reading an article written by Keith Harmon Snow entitled GENOCIDE IN LIBYA? NATO INVASION UNDER WAY. ITS NOT ONLY THE OIL, STUPID.