Kurt Nimmo
February 24, 2010

Jim Geraghty, writing for the neocon house organ on the internet, the National Review Online, supports the plan to build a medieval U.S. embassy complete with a moat in London. “In many countries, if you work in a U.S. embassy, someday someone is going to try to blow up your workplace,” writes Geraghty. “If you asked me to list the 20 most likely terror targets in the next decade, our embassy in London would probably make the list; embassies and consulates in dangerous parts of the world and in cities with Islamist/al-Qaeda presence would dominate those top 20.”

The proposed billion dollar U.S. embassy with its medieval moat.

Geraghty mentions “Londonistan,” the term neocons use to describe the Muslim presence in London. He writes about “the high number of Muslims and those who support jihadism in the U.K.” and how Muslims pulled off the 7/7 attacks. Geraghty’s follows the standard Muslims versus the civilized world talking points we now expect from neocons.

If there is an attack on the billion dollar embassy it is safe to say British intelligence will have something to do with it.

For many, this is probably an outrageous comment. However, after looking at the facts — instead of simplistic fantasies spun by warmongering neocons (including no shortage of Muslim haters) — we discover that the British government has supported terrorism, not merely in far-flung backwaters but on their own soil.


It is said the Finsbury Park Mosque is the epicenter of radical jihadist ideology in London. It’s former imam, Abu Hamza al-Masri (now locked away in a British prison), is said to have supported al-Qaeda, Osama bin Laden, the actions of the Armed Islamic Group in Algeria.”Killing of the kafir (non-believer) for any reason you can say it is OK, even if there is no reason for it,” al-Masri preached in one of this sermons.

You’d think such hatred would get al-Masri booted out of the country. But the Brits did not deport the incendiary imam because he was a valuable asset for MI5, the British intelligence service. The cozy relationship continued for several years and there was at least seven meetings between Abu Hamza and MI5 between 1997 and 2000. According to authors Daniel O’Neill and Sean McGrory, the relationship was “respectful, polite, and often cooperative.”

Hamza told his aides that he was “beyond the reach of British law” and acted as if Finsbury Park had divorced itself from Britain and was operating as an independent Muslim state. He offered various terrorist suspects asylum there, according to O’Neill and McGory (The Suicide Factory: Abu Hamza and the Finsbury Park Mosque, Harper Perennial, 2006).

Not that the Brits trusted Hamza. Reda Hassaine, who also worked for British intelligence, was assigned to keep tabs on the fiery cleric. He told his handlers that al-Masri considered the mosque to be “an al-Qaeda guest house in London.” O’Neill and McGrory describe the mosque as a “safe haven for a spot of leave before they returned to the jihad front line and undertook terror operations.”

Hassaine would later say MI5 and the Metropolitan Police’s Special Branch were indifferent to al-Qaeda terrorist attacks. “These guys I was risking my life for — they hadn’t arrested anybody, they didn’t do a proper job. All the work I had done, all the risks I took didn’t seem to amount to anything. All this killing was taking place abroad, but the British didn’t give a shit that the killers were here in London.” Spoken like a true patsy.

In 2001, al-Masri told his supporters to pledge “bayat”– an oath of loyalty — to Osama bin Laden. MI5 and the Metropolitan Police’s Special Branch took no action.

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Abu Hamza al-Masri and Haroon Rashid Aswat: both worked for British intelligence.

It is said British intelligence and police were not concerned with al-Masri, so long as no terrorism acts were committed on British soil. And yet the supposed 7/7 bombing mastermind, Haroon Rashid Aswat, was one of al-Masri’s top aides and the terrorists said to be responsible for the deadly attack attended sermons at the Finsbury Park mosque. It is said Aswat was also a British agent.

In 2005, during Fox News Channel’s Day Side program, former Justice Department prosecutor and terror expert John Loftus revealed that Aswat was an MI6 operative. “This is the guy [the 7/7 mastermind, Aswat] and what’s really embarrassing is that the entire British police are out chasing him, and one wing of the British government, MI6 or the British Secret Service, has been hiding him. And this has been a real source of contention between the CIA, the Justice Department, and Britain,” said Loftus.

Mohammed Sidique Khan began attending the Finsbury Park mosque in 2002. Noted terror expert, Charles Shoebridge, told the BBC in 2006 that Khan was working for British intelligence agency MI5 as an informant at the time of the attacks.

Khan took fellow supposed 7/7 bomber Shehzad Tanweer to the mosque where, according to O’Neill and McGrory, they were “shown gory videos and DVDs portraying the suffering and slaughter of Muslims in hotspots around the world, and [are] urged to make common cause with the people of Chechnya, Iraq, and Afghanistan,” where MI5 and the CIA were busy in the 1980s and later (Chechnya rebel leader Shamil Basayev was trained and indoctrinated in CIA sponsored camps in Afghanistan and Pakistan).

In 2005, British intelligence “monitored” several putative terrorists who were supposedly plotting a repeat of the 7/7 bombings. Abu Hamza al-Masri’s replacement — after he was jailed for inciting murder (a standard fate for patsies) — Atilla Ahmet was observed training recruits for the attack. British intelligence took no action against the would-be terrorists.

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The above is merely a snapshot of British involvement in terrorism. As author and researcher Peter Goodgame has documented in The Globalists and the Islamists: Fomenting the “Clash of Civilizations” for a New World Order, the British (and later the Americans) have used false flag terrorism to subvert nations and install rulers around the world, in particular in the Muslim Middle East, at the behest of a New World Order.

“Britain appears to be our greatest ally but it must be understood that British geo-strategists are the masters of political manipulation and subversion. Even as the physical British colonial empire was declining in the first half of this century they were already building the framework for a completely global empire based on the legacy of Cecil Rhodes utilizing the resources of the super-capitalists and financiers of New York and London. These elites may be predominantly British and American in nationality, but they reject democracy and the American Constitution and work against the best interests of British, American and international citizens,” writes Goodgame.

If the new mega-embassy in London is at risk of terror attack by homegrown “Londonistan” terrorists, there is more than a good chance British intelligence will be in on the act. As noted above, the central players in any terror attack are invariably either agents or dupes of British and American intelligence.

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