LaRouche Says New Terror Threats Come from London; It Targets US-Russia Cooperation
September 7, 2007 (LPAC)--Reviewing the pattern of terror threats and provocations sketched out below, Lyndon LaRouche said today, "This is coming from London. Britain is determined to prevent US-Russian cooperation." But without that US-Russian cooperation, he said, you can't have peace in Southwest Asia, whatever some may say to the contrary. Peace can't be achieved simply through cooperation of forces within that region; the British have enough points of control and influence to prevent it.
The British are provoking these destabilizations either directly, or else through their continuing Sykes-Picot networks. Expect all the crazies to come out of the woodwork.
--Yesterday, 15 were killed and 70 injured at Batna, Algeria, in a failed assassination attempt against Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika. A suicide bomber was in the crowd waiting for the arrival of the President. People around him noticed that he was very nervous, and called police. When the police went over to him, he detonated the bomb.
--Earlier this week, Denmark arrested 8 persons, supposedly linked to Al-Qaeda. The group was activated by a new cartoon portraying Mohammed with the body of a dog, published by the Scandinavian press.
--At the same time, three people were arrested in Germany, two of them German converts to Islam, with over 700 kg of explosives, military detonators, and plans targeting the U.S. Airbase at Ramstein, and night clubs frequented by American soldiers. The 28-year-old leader had been surveilled by the German police when he was mapping that area late December 2006. Police had infiltrated deeply into the plot. Seven more suspects are being sought. The suspect had crossed the border into France in the past, and France has now gone on a red terror alert, activating the intensified surveillance plan "Vigipirate."
--Last weekend, four activists of the Basque ETA were arrested in Cahors, France, with considerable quantities of explosives and plans. One was a top bomb manufacturer of ETA, and another was an influential leader.
--During the latest week of August, a semi-professional explosive device was discovered at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales in a Paris suburb. Sarkozy was scheduled to speak at that location to the summer conference of the French employers association MEDEF.
--French radio France Info reports that Osama bin Laden will release a new video before 9/11. Since 2003, bin Laden has only produced audio messages, which led many to speculate that he was dead.