Sussex Terror Camp: More Patsies for Public Consumption?Kurt Nimmo
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Not even the British countryside, legendary for its pastoral serenity, at least in classic novels, is safe from terrorists, or so British government would have us believe. “A Muslim school in the Sussex countryside being searched by more than 100 police officers was first reported to the Government as being a suspected training camp for terrorists more than seven years ago,” reports the Telegraph. “It is known that in the late 1990s Abu Hamza, the jailed cleric, held a camp at the school, a charitable institution that currently has only 12 students, aged 11 to 16.”
It should be noted that Abu Hamza worked with Sheikh Abdullah Azzam, founder of the Afghan Mujahideen, an ISI-CIA operation on steroids, worked on NATO’s Bosnian Muslim project, and upon his return to England cozied up nicely with MI5, the British version of the FBI. “According to Abu Hamza himself, MI5 first contacted him in 1997 shortly after extremists massacred 68 tourists at Luxor, Egypt,” the BBC reported. It is believed the massacre was carried out by Al-Gama’a al-Islamiyya and Jihad Talaat al-Fath, both supposedly connected to al-Qaeda, that is to say connected to the CIA, ISI, and British intelligence.
Considering how the Brits, at the urging of the Americans, fabricated the absurd liquid bombing plot out of whole cloth, it will be interesting to see what turns up at the Sussex school where ballerinas once trained. Muslims dancing on the heads of pins?
In the meantime, it is a good idea to revisit Ralph Schoenman and Mya Shone’s UK-US Airplane Terror Charade: Turning the Screws on Democratic Rights audio file, embedded below.