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Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Riots in Greece: What Is Not Reported

From the desk of Ioannis Michaletos

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The International Analyst Network website has as a main aim to inform a specialized and enlightened audience of the undercover nature of events within the global security and intelligence sector.

In this case, an alternative point of view is going to be presented which derives from careful analysis and observation of the riots in Greece and reliable information streaming from domestic security circles. For obvious reasons, matters concerning operational or intelligence procedures will not be mentioned or quoted.

The riots have been orchestrated since late summer 2008. There were reports within the Greek police that the riots would commence by the Christmas period at the latest; the location and the justification was not known, but any event could have caused them. This is a copycat case of what happened in France in October 2005.

The culprits on the higher levels are Islamic networks in the Middle East, who go hand-in-hand with corrupt western officials, who are selling their services to the highest bidder.

The purpose is to destabilize Greece, the “weakest link” in the Euro zone countries. The ultimate goal is the creation of a European space, suitable for expansion of the Middle Eastern networks. For the moment the latter use a variety of techniques to bolster their aims: terrorism, disinformation, psyops, bribing officials.

They are trying to pit the US against Russia on the one hand, and to disrupt the Euro-American alliance on the other. They were also responsible for the Greek wildfires (pyro terrorism) in summer 2007 in an operation some call “the Ibrahim Project”, reminiscent of the type of havoc wreaked on the same region by Ibrahim Pasha of Egypt during the Greek revolution in the summer of 1827.

The existence of more than obvious links between renegade intelligence officers of western origin and anarchist-radical movements, in order to destabilize European countries is a major issue nowadays.

The anarchist-radical network of disenfranchised youths is very strong in Europe as the riots in 2005 showed, when radicals and Muslims joined forces and failed to damage French President Sarkozy’s image. In France it was announced recently by the Ministry of Interior that French anarchists are in contact with their Greek and Italian counterparts in trying to sabotage the High Speed Railway Network (TGV trains).

The inability of western governments to comprehend what is really at stake has already grave consequences for Europe. Moreover, the deals between European and Russian energy companies will increase natural gas imports by the former, will greatly diminish the influence of the Saudis in Europe, along with their long-term income.

The new American administration should really understand that it has been used for a number of years by Riyad (and others) who have managed to throw American forces into the Iraqi and Afghan battlefields, where the new 21st century Mujahedeen forces are being forged. They will be used against Europe in a few years, in a wargame that will surpass the abilities of Western capitals.

Back in Greece the riots are being executed with the use of the Internet and other new media techniques, such as instant messaging (IM) from mobile phones to web pages, Indymedia, along with the use of CB’s, Facebook pages, walkie-talkies, computer mass generated SMS, Twitter, and the construction of “flow-networks” and already established “dark networks” within the city.

The French government has already called for tough action by the Greek administration, whilst the intelligence apparatus of the former provides assistance to the latter. Over the coming days it seems that all the known security forces in the world will either try to take advantage of the situation, or take the side of the Greek government.

In a concluding remark, the author emphatically notes that the responsibility of the western capitals is of historical proportions. Rioting by “radical youths” will become an everyday reality on the continent in the coming years and the security forces should look further than their noses in assessing the situation.

A 4th World War erupted in 2001 and there are enemy collaborators within our ranks. Before any victory can be called, they should be removed and punished accordingly. The riots in Greece are just one small incident in the ongoing war, that may last longer than the previous ones; it is a struggle which all-encompasses national, social, and economic structures.

Interested readers should not forget that the first “Little War” of the Cold War started on Greek soil in 1946. Back then the enemy was clear and present. Now he is not, and the effort therefore will be much harder.

Post Scriptum: Quite a few Greek radical groups have adopted Arabic noms de guerres; they promote illegal immigration of Muslims into Europe, and call for the destruction of Western civilization. They are part of an almost global network that acts as a “soft power” element of the hard one, as envisaged by Al Qaeda. It has to be stressed once more that rogue elements of western security forces protect them. They have to be dealt with as soon as possible.



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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

s in Greece- Islamic Immigration - Eurabia http://theproblemwithmostarabmuslims.blogspot.com/2008/12/riots-in-greece-islamic-immigration.html

Wolfie said...

At last a blogger who has bothered to unearth the truth, you have even avoided your usual hyperbole deftly. Looks like the Greeks are taking the brunt of Oriental expansionism once more.

Mind you, I have an advantage - following some time working there I can speak Greek and I notice the London press take advantage that few outside the country, baring expatriates bother to learn.

James Higham said...

Yes, I thought there were anomalies in this thing but didn't have the time or material to pursue it. This confirms those suspicions.

UBERMOUTH said...

Very well written.
I came over from James'.

Upon reading James' post on this, I thought that this is the beginning of a lot worse to come.

It's not really surprising though considering how the Middle East has been treated by the Western world. Western leaders need to re-think their foreign policies,although it's probably now too late.

Matt said...

Hey,
I found your post via James's backtrack of it. Like him, I was suspicious of the media, thinking that there had to be more than meets the eye on this one. You confirmed my suspicions. Thanks!

Adam West said...

I agree with your post. I noticed for example in Amsterdam, a very popular scarf garment is the what they call the "PLO scarf" which is really just a typical Middle eastern garment called a Keffiyah.

But its sold in Amsterdam markets as the PLO scarf.

also see some of this as anti-Eu, something that has been smoldering for some time, as they try for some reason to emulate the American corporate image/nanny state mentality.

I am wondering how this all may affect the dreadful situation going on now in Amsterdam where they are planning to close some 43 coffeeshops and many more Red Light district kamers. The story about that is here if you are unfamiliar with what has been happenning.

www.amsterdamcentral.net/coffeeshopsnews.htm

 
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