The "al Kasser" implicated here in the Pan Am 103 Lockerbie plane bombing is Monzer Al Kasser, recently arrested by the US. Al Kasser is Syrian, connected to the two Assad brothers at the top of the Syrian government, and a CIA asset, as both arms and heroin dealer. Al Kasser is a 911 suspect because Syria controlled the Lebanese opium growing area, Bekaa Valley, until Golden Triangle Khun Sa's designated top US heroin contact, Richard Armitage, as Assistant Sec of State, told Syria to get out of Lebanon. At the time of 911 it would have required Al Kasser's knowledge for Lebanese heroin families to use Mohamed Atta, chief 911 hijacker, to fly Lebanese heroin into Florida for Porter Goss 911 operation. Pak and Saudi as well as Syrian intel have been tied to Porter Goss' 911 training operation in Florida, as well as Muslim Brotherhood and German intel.
German intel ran Muslim Brotherhood in WW2, for Prescott Bush and his nazis. The Pan Am 103 bomb timer was made in Switzerland for Prescott Bush's Gehlen Org, which ran Muslim Brotherhood for Bush and Bush's protege from the 1920's, Adolf Hitler. There was Boeringer in Florida with 911 Atta, son of a Muslim Brotherhood member, co-pilot for Lebanese heroin. Monzer Al Kasser placed the Gehlen Org Prescott Bush Swiss timer, and Gehlen Org Prescott Bush Palestinian Muslim Brotherhood bomb, on Pan Am 103 at Frankfort, which happens to be in Germany. CIA thoughtfully caught its agent, David Lu Choi, calling the Iranian embassy to ask if they would like to implicate Iran in the Pan Am 103 bombing. Thus the Iran angle is documented in Les Coleman's book, Trail of the Octopus, so have no fear of the Iran angle, because CIA agent David Lu Choi made the phone call. Iran played a minor role consisting of throwing some money to the bomb maker, no big deal. After OKCBOMB, CIA agent Vincent Petruskie, who had recruited Andreas Strassmeir, invited muslim groups to take credit, in exchange for a bribe. We expect that. The Iranians took the bait, but David Lu Choi links right back to CIA. Pan Am 103 was CIA all the way. -Bob --- In email@example.com, "norgesen" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/cia-drugs/message/45988 > > Robert Gates, Lockerbie, October Surprise, Iran-Contra > November 17, 2008 > Gates > > Obama may, or may not, keep Robert Gates as Defense Secretary. > > Gates was Deputy Director of the CIA from April 1986 to March 1989, and Director of the CIA from 1991 to 1993. > > 1. Reportedly, Robert Gates, while working for the CIA, helped plan the 1980 October Surprise which helped Reagan into power. > > Reportedly, in 1993: > > The Russian government sent an intelligence report to a House investigative task force stating that Gates had participated in secret contacts with Iranian officials in 1980 to delay release of 52 U.S. hostages then held in Iran, a move that undercut President Carter. (Consortiumnews.com) > > Reportedly, Gates and Bush Senior took part in a secret meeting with Iran's Hashemi Rafsanjani in Paris in October 1980. (Cached) > > Reportedly, Gates was involved in the policy of selling weapons to Iran. (Cached) > > Iran-Contra was about weapons and drugs. (Robert Gates: CIA Drug Trafficking CoverUp Man) > > > > > > 2. Robert Gates's name has been linked to the 1988 Lockerbie Bomb. > > When Pan Am flight 103 came down over Lockerbie, one of those killed was Major Charles McKee. > > Reportedly, McKee knew too much about Operation Ringwind, which, reportedly, was an operation linked to the 1980 October Surprise. > > (Reportedly, McKee had also collected evidence of CIA drug smuggling, and was travelling on PanAm103 with his evidence). > > "According to Rodney Stich, Robert Hunt, former Navy SEAL commander and deep-cover CIA/ONI operative, described to him a CIA assassination squad called Operation Ringwind. > > "This operation, according to Hunt, was under the control of then-Deputy Director of the CIA Robert Gates. > > '''They call it Operation Ringwind, formed in early 1981. > > "It was strictly to take care of all participants in October Surprise until they decide to shut the operation down. > > "And that could be tomorrow morning, or ten years from now. Whoever they think is involved.''' > > Bush administration's Trojan Horse gift to America and the ... > Operation "Mount Rushmore" and "Operation Ringwind" > > 'Corrupt CIA officials, allowed the bombing of Pan Am 103 to proceed, because Charles McKee knew too much about "Operation Ringwind"' > > Mother Tells All About White House Sex Slave Ring And Son's Kidnapping / October surprise conspiracy theory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia > > Gates was on the staff of the National Security Council when the Shah of Iran was toppled in 1979, reportedly by the CIA and MI6. (The Shah of Iran was toppled by the CIA and MI6? ) > > 3. On 16 November 2008, Robert Parry wrote about The danger of keeping Robert Gates > > From this we learn: > > 1. In the book, Failure of Intelligence: The Decline and Fall of the CIA, former CIA analyst Melvin A. Goodman claims Gates was the person behind the idea of twisting intelligence reports to fit certain political aims. > > 2. Reportedly Gates, in order to justify greater military spending, greatly exaggerated the threat from the USSR, hiding the fact that the USSR was weak militarily and economically. > > Reportedly, Gates tried to undermine efforts to increase friendship with the USSR. > > http://aangirfan.blogspot.com/2008/11/robert-gates-lockerbie-october-surprise.html > > ====== > > The Vincennes and Lockerbie and Heroin > November 15, 2008 > Where Iran Air 655 came down in 1988 > > The USA likes to show that it is the boss when it comes to the Persian Gulf and the Strait of Hormuz. > > In April 1988, the USA carried out Operation Praying Mantis, the United States Navy's largest engagement of surface warships since World War II. > > Two Iranian oil platforms, two Iranian ships and six Iranian gunboats were destroyed. > > In July 1988, the USA shot down an Iranian passenger plane. > > 290 passengers and crew, including 66 children, were killed. > > Iran Air Flight 655 was shot down by US missiles over the Strait of Hormuz, within Iranian airspace. > > The missiles came from the U.S. Navy's guided missile cruiser USS Vincennes, which was inside Iranian territorial waters. > > The United States did not apologize to the Iranian government. (Iran Air Flight 655 - Wikipedia) > > > > There appears to be a disinformation campaign aimed at linking Lockerbie/Pan Am 103 with the Vincenne's shooting down of Iran Air Flight 655. > > A report for Pan Am concluded, probably correctly, that the Lockerbie bomb was targeted specifically to kill a small band of US Defence Intelligence Agents, led by Major Charles McKee, who had collected evidence a drugs ring run by a CIA unit in Lebanon. (BBC Lockerbie theories) > > The Lockerbie evidence appears to point to the CIA having brought down Pan Am 103 over Lockerbie. > > What about Iran? > > It is believed that the CIA put the Ayatollahs into power in Iran and that the heroin trade benefited from the coming to power of the Ayatollahs. (aangirfan: The Shah of Iran was toppled by the CIA and MI6? / WAS KHOMEINI AN AGENT OF THE US AND UK GOVERNMENTS?) > > Reportedly, the CIA wanted the fundamentalist Ayatollahs to prevent the spread of leftist or communist ideas; and the CIA reportedly wanted to encourage the heroin trade. > > Dr John Coleman considers opium to be of prime importance in the toppling of the Shah (Conspirators' Hierarchy: The Story of the Committee of 300 - 6). > > > Dr Coleman writes: > > Why was the Shah deposed...? In a word, because of DRUGS. > > The Shah had clamped down and virtually put an end to the immensely lucrative opium trade being conducted out of Iran by the British. > > At the time that the Shah took over in Iran, there were already one million opium/heroin addicts. > > This the British would not tolerate, so they sent the United States to do their dirty work for them in terms of the "special relationship" between the two countries. > > When Khomeini took over the U.S. Embassy in Teheran, arms sales by the United States, which had begun with the Shah, were not discontinued... > > After 1984, Khomeini's liberal attitude toward opium had increased the number of addicts to 2 million, according to United Nations and World Health Organization statistics. > > Both President Carter and his successor, Ronald Reagan, willingly and with full knowledge of what was at stake, went on supplying arms to Iran even while American hostages languished in captivity... > > The arms trade with Iran was sealed at a meeting between Cyrus Vance... and Dr. Hashemi, which resulted in the U.S. Air Force beginning an immediate airlift of arms to Iran, carried on even at the height of the hostage crisis the arms came from U.S. Army stockpiles in Germany and some were even flown directly from the United States with refueling stops at the Azores. > > With the advent of Khomeini... opium production skyrocketed. > > By 1984 Iran's opium production exceeded 650 metric tons of opium per annum.... Iran presently rivals the Golden Triangle in the volume of opium produced. > > So, perhaps Iran was no fan of Major Charles McKee. > > > > > Abu Nidal > > What about the PFLP-GC? > > 1. Abu Nidal reportedly worked for the CIA and Mossad. > > (Abu Nidal reportedly worked for the CIA and MOSSAD...) > > Reportedly, Abu Nidal may have played a part in the Lockerbie Bombing. > > Abu Nidal's organisation has worked with the PFLP-GC (Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine - general Command) > > Jibril > > 2. Reportedly Ahmed Jibril (founder and leader of the PFLP-GC) had a base near Frankfort. > > Reportedly, Jibril had links to alleged drugs dealer al-Kassar, who allegedly was working with the CIA in smuggling drugs into the USA on PanAm flights. > > Reportedly the maker of the Lockerbie bomb was Marwan Kreesat (Khreeshat). Bomb maker Marwan Abdel Razzack Khreesat was part of Jibril's cell. > > On 26 October 1988, Khreesat was arrested and one of his bombs seized. > > Then Khreesat was mysteriously released.  > > Former CIA agent Oswald Le Winter stated, " pressure had come from Bonn from the U.S. Embassy in Bonn to release Khreesat."  > > Reportedly, Khreesat worked for U.S. intelligence.  > > Allegedly, one of Khreesat's bombs was used to bring down Pan Am flight 103 over Lockerbie. > > 3. Former UK Labour MP Tam Dalyell and Edinburgh law professor Robert Black have urged the Scottish and UK governments to answer reports that Abu Nidal was a US agent. > > "They have long believed Abu Nidal, who died in Iraq in 2002, and his Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine General Command were responsible for co-ordinating the bomb that blew up Pan Am flight 103 over Lockerbie on 21 December, 1988 with the loss of 270 lives." > > Intelligence reports, said to have been drawn up for Saddam Hussein's security services, said Kuwaitis had asked Abu Nidal, to do work for them in Iraq. > > "The reports referred to Abu Nidal's 'collusion with both the American and Kuwaiti intelligence apparatuses in co-ordination with Egyptian intelligence'." - (Was Lockerbie suspect working for US? - News) > > 4. "Lockerbie campaigners have urged the UK Government to press Washington over claims that a now-dead terrorist leader was an American spy. > > "Former Labour MP Tam Dalyell and Edinburgh law professor Robert Black said the claims should also be investigated by prosecution authorities in Scotland." > > "The claims that Abu Nidal was working for the Americans would explain some of the mysteries that surround the Lockerbie outrage, they said." - Lockerbie campaigners seek answers > > 5. "THE CHIEF architect of the trial which convicted Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed al-Megrahi of the Lockerbie bombing has accused two of Scotland's most senior legal figures of treating the Libyan "shabbily" by delaying his appeal... > > "Robert Black, professor emeritus in Scottish law at Edinburgh University, said that Lord Advocate Elish Angiolini and the Advocate General for Scotland, Neil Davidson, were responsible for delays in the appeal process." - Lockerbie bomber treated `shabbily' says professor > > > http://aangirfan.blogspot.com/2008/11/vincennes-and-lockerbie-and-heroin.html >