Chapter Five: The Musharraf Era (1999-2008)
Since 9/11 was in the works for more than two decades, the date could not be postponed any further, and so the Phoenicians decided to go ahead with 9/11, despite the fact that having a non-crypto in power in Pakistan posed a massive risk to their plans, because he could refuse to take part in the fake narrative.
After Zia, Musharraf was probably the best thing to happen to Pakistan. All you need to know about Musharraf is that he had his faults, big faults, and he was an opportunist at heart, but he was not a crypto. And Pakistan having a non-crypto Head of State during 9/11 and the so-called War on Terror literally saved it. There would probably have been no Pakistan today if Sharif was still in power during 9/11. From what I have been able to gather from different sources, the following was the Phoenician blueprint for Pakistan following 9/11.
- Osama Bin Laden would be moved to the restive tribal region of Pakistan in the Northwest Frontier Province. The Phoenicians have always had a problem with this area because they could never be put under direct control of Islamabad. The so-called War on Terror would allow the use of American military hardware on them.
- American drones, American planes and American assassination squads would be running amok all over Pakistan, killing all people deemed a threat to the Baghdad Spooks and the Shah Mir Spooks, including those in the Army. Historically, the Baghdad Spooks and the Shah Mir Spooks could never openly combat rivals in the Army because they were well-armed. Now they would have the support of the American military in doing so. An American first-person shooter released in late 2012 predicted the emergence of lethal Pakistani drones decimating the population of Lahore. Strangely enough, it references the name of an actual Pakistani drone model, later developed in 2015!
- Pakistan’s Intelligence would collaborate with the CIA in ensuring that Afghanistan was completely turned over to Al Qaida and other bogus CIA-backed leaders. This was necessary to make the so-called War on Terror continue perpetually.
- America would leave Pakistan around 2018, but by now, they would have changed the entire composition of the Pakistani Army and the Intelligence, replacing all legitimate people with Spooks, so that there would be no opposition to the upcoming 2019 War with India. Pakistan would never survive the 2019 war.
None of the above unfolded as planned because Musharraf was the Head of State of Pakistan. Of the 409 US drone strikes that took place in Pakistan, only 10 took place during the Musharraf era. The remaining 399 drone strikes took place following his ouster. We see a huge escalation in 2008 when he was ousted. Musharraf also knew the mentality of Americans a bit too well. Following 9/11, he was asked to extradite a fixed quota of “terrorists” to Guantanamo Bay as part of Pakistan’s commitment to the so-called War on Terror. Many of these would be given inducements to return to Afghanistan, but as CIA operatives. Realizing that Americans would not take no for an answer but were also too narrow minded and racist to tell the difference between everyday Pakistanis and Taliban fighters, he had thousands of heroin addicts rounded up and given to the Americans. And it is rumored that they are still torturing them at Black Sites, food and board courtesy the US taxpayer. And of course, Osama Bin Laden was fake-killed in 2011, long after Musharraf was gone. Because Musharraf was too uncooperative to allow the fake event to be staged on Pakistani soil.
The Phoenicians tried to assassinate Musharraf on numerous occasions.
- In April 2002, there was an attempt to bomb Musharraf’s motorcade in Karachi, using a explosive-laden car parked along the route. The remote control failed to detonate, and later, a suspect tied to a group waging militancy in Indian Kashmir was arrested.
- Around 2003, an Egyptian-Canadian (read: Canadian Intelligence) attempted to fire some Russian-made Igla missiles into the residence of Musharraf. He later quietly returned to Canada, where he now lives as a free man.
- In December 2003, Musharraf survived an assassination attempt when a powerful bomb went off minutes after his highly guarded convoy crossed a bridge in Rawalpindi.
- Again in December 2003, two suicide bombers tried to assassinate Musharraf, but their car bombs failed to kill him; 16 others died instead.
- In July 2007, there was another attempted assassination, when somebody fired a submachine gun at Musharraf’s plane as it took off from a runway in Rawalpindi. Two anti-aircraft guns were also recovered from the site!
- In April 2014, Musharraf escaped the fourth assassination attempt, in which there was an attempt to bomb his motorcade in Rawalpindi.
Musharraf’s undoing would be his leniency towards Nawaz Sharif, and his overconfidence in dealing with the crypto “civilian” leaders of Pakistan. Had he hanged Nawaz Sharif the way General Zia hanged Bhutto, Pakistan would have been saved from considerable misfortune.
What was most interesting about the Musharraf era was that despite the so-called War on Terror going on full swing, the Pakistani economy was improving in leaps and bounds reminiscent of the Zia years, and strong Municipal Governance was emerging.
The Killing of Osama Bin Laden
Around December 2001, Omar Saeed Sheikh, a British-Pakistani and a bigtime operative of MI-6 was tasked with arranging Osama Bin Laden’s safe transfer to Pakistan. This was done in full collusion with Pakistani and Western authorities. I have earlier written a detailed article in which I have shown that Osama Bin Laden was of Jewish-Yemenite origin, and while 9/11 was an inside job, featuring planes made out of pixels, Osama Bin Laden was tasked with formally taking credit, and ensuring that his Al Qaida would displace the Taliban in Afghanistan following 9/11.
Osama’s move to Pakistan was therefore to keep him safe (so that he could keep producing videos to motivate his followers), as it was likely that he would be turned over to the Americans in Afghanistan.
It seems Omar Saeed Shaikh had a change of heart, and decided to kill Osama. He made video evidence of the act, and was all set to leak it to the media. This would be a major blow to the so-called War on Terror, as without Osama alive, the War would get cancelled. And it seemed that Saeed was also going to leak evidence of MI-6 involvement with Osama. Omar Saeed Shaikh went into hiding with his accomplices soon after this. It appears that some elements in the ISI were helping him.
On 18th January 2002, President Musharraf suddenly announced that Osama was most likely dead due to health complications (read: injuries inflicted by Saeed).
American authorities were now very angry with Saeed. A US Grand Jury indicted Saeed in the 1994 kidnapping of Western tourists in Kashmir (one of them was an American). This was actually an MI-6 operation. On 9th January 2002, Wendy Chamberlin, the US Ambassador to Pakistan, officially asked the Pakistani government for assistance in tracking down Saeed. Despite the fact that this indictment was overdue by eight years! Only the killing of Osama could make American cryptos so mad.
The Phoenicians dispatched Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl to lure Saeed out of the shadows, and to get the video evidence from him. Once Daniel Pearl was able to get the videos from Saeed, he never published it. Instead, he faked his death, and an amateurishly-faked beheading video of Pearl was later uploaded from Riyadh, full of Masonic symbolism. Omar Saeed Shaikh was framed for the murder.
Around 5th February 2002, the FBI became insistent that Saeed was behind the kidnapping of Daniel Pearl. Saeed’s family was rounded up and threatened with being harmed. Saeed finally turned himself in to Ijaz Shah, his former boss at the ISI. The ISI kept him for a week before handing him to Pakistani police on February 12th. Saeed turned himself in to the ISI on February 5th, and Pearl was “murdered” on February 22nd. Clearly, Saeed could not have been involved in the “murder.” Yet he was framed. Around this time, the CIA floated a fake terrorist organization named Lashkar-e-Omar. Its objective wa to discredit Omar Saeed Shaikh by conducting terrorist attacks in his name. The first assassination attempt on Musharraf came in June 2002 from the so-called Lashkar-e-Omar.
On February 14th February 2002, President Pervez Musharraf made an emergency trip to Washington DC to meet with President Bush, presumably to arrange the cover-up of Osama’s death. Bush announced that the US would cancel $1 billion of Pakistan’s debt and reschedule the repayment of the remaining $1.8 billion of Pakistan’s debt. Bush also promised $100 million for “education reform.” Was this payback for covering up Osama’s death? In other words, the American Deep State was willing to pay up to $2 billion to keep Osama alive in the minds of Americans.
In 2006, a ghostwritten autobiography of President Musharraf was released, in which he claimed that Omar Saeed Shaikh may have been recruited by the MI-6 before April 1993. His autobiography also contains furtive hints that the Saeed/Pearl saga was a cover-up of something much bigger. In March 2002, Musharraf had stated that Daniel Pearl was caught up in “intelligence games.” To be more precise, Daniel Pearl was running the “intelligence games.”
The Assassination of Air Chief Marshal Mushaf Ali Mir
Few people are aware that the royal families of Qatar and Kuwait are crypto-Phoenician. It is thus no surprise that both these families had strong ties with both Osama Bin Laden and Al Qaida (The 9/11 Project). Khalid Shaikh Mohammed came out of Kuwait. In 1996, he was sheltered by Sheikh Abdullah Al Thani, who was the Qatari Minister of Religious Affairs. In fact, the nucleus of Al Qaida was dominated by Arabs from Lebanon, Palestine and Syria, who had ties to both Western Intelligence Agencies and the royal families of Qatar and Kuwait. In fact, many were citizens of Western countries like Canada.
When 9/11 unfolded, Western Intelligence Agencies did all their best to hide these connections to Qatar and Kuwait, and instead tried to create false connections to Saudi Arabia. It so happened that in March 2002, a high value Palestinian-origin Al Qaida operative named Abu Zubaydah was captured in Pakistan in 2002. The CIA insisted in participating in the capture raid, and tried to ensure that he got killed, as he clearly knew too much. Despite being shot in the thigh, the testicle and the stomach, Abu Zubaydah managed to survive. He was transferred to a CIA Black Site in Afghanistan, where he was being kept comfortably. It seems some junior level US interrogators managed to trick him into believing he was in a Saudi prison. These details come from a book by Gerald Posner.And it seems he s relying on the testimony of John Kiriakou, a CIA operative who served in Pakistan. I personally regard him with skepticism as one of his earlier book Case Closed tries to sell the official version of the JFK as the true story, which we know isn’t. To quote TIME magazine on the book,
CIA men flew Zubaydah to an Afghan complex fitted out as a fake Saudi jail chamber, where “two Arab-Americans, now with Special Forces,” pretending to be Saudi inquisitors, used drugs and threats to scare him into more confessions.
Yet when Zubaydah was confronted by the false Saudis, writes Posner, “his reaction was not fear, but utter relief.” Happy to see them, he reeled off telephone numbers for a senior member of the royal family who would, said Zubaydah, “tell you what to do.” The man at the other end would be Prince Ahmed bin Salman bin Abdul Aziz, a Westernized nephew of King Fahd’s and a publisher better known as a racehorse owner. His horse War Emblem won the Kentucky Derby in 2002. To the amazement of the U.S., the numbers proved valid. When the fake inquisitors accused Zubaydah of lying, he responded with a 10-minute monologue laying out the Saudi-Pakistani-Bin Laden triangle.
Zubaydah, writes Posner, said the Saudi connection ran through Prince Turki al-Faisal bin Abdul Aziz, the kingdom’s longtime intelligence chief. Zubaydah said bin Laden “personally” told him of a 1991 meeting at which Turki agreed to let Bin Laden leave Saudi Arabia and to provide him with secret funds as long as al-Qaeda refrained from promoting jihad in the kingdom. The Pakistani contact, high-ranking air force officer Mushaf Ali Mir, entered the equation, Zubaydah said, at a 1996 meeting in Pakistan also attended by Zubaydah. Bin Laden struck a deal with Mir, then in the military but tied closely to Islamists in Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), to get protection, arms and supplies for al-Qaeda. Zubaydah told interrogators Bin Laden said the arrangement was “blessed by the Saudis.”
To further quote the article,
The last eight paragraphs of the book set up a final startling development. Those three Saudi princes all perished within days of one another. On July 22, 2002, Prince Ahmed was felled by a heart attack at age 43. One day later Prince Sultan bin Faisal bin Turki al-Saud, 41, was killed in what was called a high-speed car accident. The last member of the trio, Prince Fahd bin Turki bin Saud al-Kabir, officially “died of thirst” while traveling east of Riyadh one week later. And seven months after that, Mushaf Ali Mir, by then Pakistan’s Air Marshal, perished in a plane crash in clear weather over the unruly North-West Frontier province, along with his wife and closest confidants.
The CIA later destroyed videotapes pertaining to the interrogation of Abu Zubaydah. They tortured him to the point that he lost his sanity, and it is clear that he will be a “forever prisoner,” even in his vegetative state.
I do not have access to family details of the three princes in question. They could be cryptos within the Saudi ruling family, but its difficult to tell without knowing who their mothers were. They were still minor princes, and the Saudi royals could have easily distanced themselves from the allegations. Even if suppose Saudi authorities did kill them, they could not have crashed Mushaf’s plane in Pakistan. Astute readers will get the hint that Mushaf and the three minor princes were likely conduits for the royal families of Qatar and Kuwait, who could not be exposed at any cost.
Adding credence to this angle is the fact that when Abu Zubaydah was captured, an ATM card of a Kuwaiti bank was recovered from him. It was retrieved by American investigators but soon disappeared into thin air.
The Assassination of Benazir Bhutto
The Phoenicians had decided that Musharraf was to be ousted at all costs, and none of their affiliated political parties were to assist in the continuation of Musharraf’s rule. However, Benazir Bhutto, sending a unique opportunity, decided to unilaterally pursue an opposite course of action. On 4th October 2007, she entered a deal with Musharraf in which she would be allowed to return to Pakistan in exchange for her party abstaining from voting during Musharraf’s re-election two days later. Musharraf thus gained a second term.
This angered the Phoenicians so much that they decided to kill her. When she arrived in Pakistan, the CIA bombed her welcome rally, killing 139 people, but she escaped.
In a 2nd November 2007 interview with David Frost, Benazir Bhutto claimed that the ISI, Osama’s son Hamza Bin Laden (note that she did not mention Osama, implying that he was dead), and warlord Baitullah Mehsud (of the CIA-linked Tehrik-e-Taliban) were intent on her assassination. Baitullah’s brother Abdullah Mehsud was “released” from Guantanamo Bay into Pakistan by US authorities in 2002, and many suspected him and his brother of becoming a CIA operative.One in seven Guantanamo Bay detainees returned to battle, but as CIA operatives. This was the whole purpose of the camp. She also referred to Omar Saeed Shaikh as “the man who murdered Osama bin Laden.” This piece of information could have only come from Musharraf, and it seems she let out this comment to let her enemies know that she could spill the beans if she didn’t get her shot at Prime Minister. David Frost ignores this comment. It is edited out. But later the BBC posted a full version of the interview. To quote Steve Herrmann of the BBC,
In the past week or so, the BBC – and more specifically, the News website – has been accused on various websites, blogs and bulletin boards of censorship.
The claims relate to an interview with the late Benazir Bhutto, originally conducted by Sir David Frost for the al-Jazeera channel, and later rebroadcast in part on this website (the BBC has an agreement with al-Jazeera which enables both broadcasters to share certain news material).
During the interview, first broadcast at the start of November last year (more info here), Ms Bhutto made what was, on the face of it, an astonishing allegation – that Osama Bin Laden had been murdered by Omar Sheikh. The claim was brief, and went unchallenged by Sir David Frost.
Under time pressure, the item producer responsible for publishing the video on the BBC website edited out the comment, with the intention of avoiding confusion. The claim appeared so unexpected that it seemed she had simply mis-spoken. However, editing out her comment was clearly a mistake, for which we apologise, and it should not have happened. There was no intention on our part to distort the meaning of the interview, and we will endeavour to replace the edited version currently available via our website, with the original interview as broadcast by Al-Jazeera, which, in the meantime, you can find on YouTube here.
The Al-Jazeera clip has now been had its sound clip doctored, which makes it difficult to clearly hear her statement.
On 27th December 2007, Benazir Bhutto was assassinated. Later, American media sources would read out forged emails, claiming to be sent by her, in which she implied that Musharraf was trying to kill her. In his last interview just before his death, Musharraf drew attention to the fact that her bomb-proof car had a hole professionally sawed into the roof, and she was told to stand up through the hole so that onlookers could see her. Musharraf was implying that someone very close to her (Asif Zardari?) was involved.
The Ousting of Musharraf
The Nuclear Proliferation Scandal
If you have been following closely, we earlier mused that nuclear weapons probably don’t exist. And if Pakistan didn’t have nuclear weapons, there couldn’t have been a Nuclear Proliferation Scandal.
From September 2001 to 2007, a Nuclear Proliferation Scandal was brewed in Pakistan, with the intent of creating global pressure to make Musharraf resign. At the center of this scandal, we find Abdul Qadeer Khan, who originally migrated to Pakistan from the notorious Spookopolis of Bhopal. It seems Khan, without authorization from higher ups, sent certain “centrifuges” to Libya and North Korea, and this was done in a manner to portray Musharraf as the one ordering the proliferation. As expected, US authorities never bothered taking action against Khan (because Musharraf was the target). When Musharraf would censure and investigate Khan, Pakistani public opinion was turned against him.
The Chief Justice Scandal
In 2007, Musharraf would suspend a Chief Justice for corruption, and a disproportionate opposition to his decision took place, with support from international circles. Note that no such street-level opposition materialized when elections were postponed following the ousting of Imran Khan.
The Red Mosque Siege
In 2007, a mosque in Islamabad acquired an influx of Al Qaida weapons and Al Qaida fighters, and soon a battle erupted between Pakistani Security Forces and the students in the mosque. The objective was to create a Mosque-tragedy which could be blamed on Musharraf.