Pakistan Cricket Attack "Inside Job"
Theory Goes Viral
Attack likely part of ongoing strategy of tension by
nefarious forces; Another pretext to expand war on terror
The mainstream media has embraced suggestions of an "inside
job", as evidence continues to mount that Tuesday's attack
on the Sri Lankan cricket team was a carefully staged event,
rather than a hit and run strike.
Articles in the
Daily Mail, Agence
France-Presse, and the
Telegraph have today focused on unanswered questions
and suspicious activity regarding the attack which which killed
six police and two civilians, and wounded 19 people.
The evidence that the attack was carefully coordinated
has been summarized as follows.
None of the 12 gunmen were killed or captured
and CCTV footage has emerged of some of the attackers making
a leisurely getaway from the scene in the aftermath of the assault,
past an approaching police vehicle, without the security forces
On the first two days of the Test match, the Sri
Lanka and Pakistan team buses had left together. However, as
umpire Chris Broad has revealed, on Tuesday the Pakistan bus
left five minutes after the Sri Lanka bus.
"On this particular day, the Pakistan bus
left five minutes after the Sri Lankan bus. Why?" Broad
said. "It went through my mind as we were leaving the hotel:
'Where is the Pakistan bus?"
Broad said Pakistan security forces had left the
convoy vehicles like "sitting ducks" and that there
was "not a sign of a policeman anywhere" when the
"There were times in the Karachi Test when
the Sri Lankans went first and the Pakistanis went afterwards.
But after this happened you think My God, did someone know something
and they held the Pakistan bus back?" Broad added at a
press conference yesterday.
Simon Taufel, an Australian umpire caught in the
attack, also confirmed that their bus had been left unprotected
once the assault began.
"You tell me why supposedly 20 armed commandos were in
our convoy and when the team bus got going again, we were left
on our own? I don't have any answers to these questions."
Another umpire, Steve
Davis commented: "I saw a (man in) uniform
with a pistol and I thought this is an insider come to do us
The umpires were backed by Muttiah Muralitharan, the most successful
bowler in Test history, who questioned whether the terrorists
had inside information.
"Somehow in this incident there were no police with guns
on the bus," the Sri Lankan spinner told the radio station
FIVEaa in Adelaide. "If someone was there with a gun we
would have had a chance of defending ourselves.
"Normally all the buses go and we have four or five escorts.
We left at 8.30am and Younus Khan [with the Pakistan team bus]
at 8.35am. We divided into two - maybe they knew the information
for the right time." Muralitharan added.
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These factors and comments have been presented by the mainstream
media in a way that intimates that it is possible that Pakistani
intelligence was involved in the attacks, or allowed them to
Of course, this is a possibility, however, it should be noted
that six Pakistani security officials were killed in the attack
as they attempted to defend the Sri Lankan bus, and other witnesses
such as Mehar Mohammed Khalil, the Pakistani driver of the Sri
Lankan bus, have disputed the allegation that the Pakistani
bus left five minutes later and that the police protection was
Last November, after the Mumbai attacks took place, the corporate
media and Indian authorities pointed
the finger at Pakistani intelligence, providing
a perfect pretext for expanded U.S. military aggression against
the country, as promised by then President-elect Barack Obama.
However, as we revealed in our reports at the time, the evidence
indicated that Indian
authorities had aided the terrorists. It is interesting
to note that the mainstream media did little to pursue this
angle, yet this time around every major outlet has highlighted
the "inside job" theory almost immediately.
Further questions regarding Tuesday's attack have arisen from
of a "secret" report which fore-warned
the federal and provincial Punjab governments that India was
planning an attack on the Sri Lankan cricket team.
The report, dated Jan 22, warned officials: "It has reliably
been learnt that RAW [the Research and Analysis Wing, India's
intelligence agency] has assigned its agents the task to target
Sri Lankan cricket team during its current visit to Lahore,
especially while travelling between the hotel and stadium or
at hotel during their stay ... Extreme vigilance and heightened
security arrangements indicated."
However, the government in Punjab and its senior security officials,
who were preparing for the Sri Lankan team's visit, were removed
from office by a controversial court ruling days ahead of the
Rehman Malik, Pakistani chief interior ministry adviser, has
claimed "a foreign hand" lay behind the attack on
the cricketers – which has been widely interpreted as
pointing the finger at India.
Malik said: "We suspect a foreign hand behind this incident.
The democracy of the country has been undermined, and foreigners
are repeatedly attacked to harm the country's image."
Malik is said to have "shared" the assessment of
the country's ISI intelligence agency with the FBI director
Some Pakistani newspapers have suggested
that the Indian intelligence service was involved and
that the weapons found at the site of the attack bore Indian
Mehar Mohammed Khalil, the Pakistani driver of the Sri Lankan
bus, has also said he believes the terrorists are from India.
He said: 'Their complexions were Indian-type. They were definitely
Furthermore, it has been pointed out that similarities exist
between the estimated 12 suspected militants who launched the
attack in Lahore and those who launched the Mumbai attacks which
left more than 170 people dead last year. Both groups of men
were young and clean-cut, wore Western clothes and backpacks,
and were heavily armed.
Trust of India has reported that a visiting Pakistani
peace delegation has branded the incident as "Mumbai No
2 with same people behind it".
With allegations of Pakistani intelligence involvement and
Indian intelligence involvement, it must also be noted that
the region is strategically important, both states are nuclear
and other globalist led intelligence agencies such as the CIA,
Mossad and MI6 have much to gain from playing
off India and Pakistan against each other.
However, once again, the overriding story that is being sold
paints Pakistan as the problem state.
Will this latest tragedy be used as another excuse to expand
the war on terror and increase U.S. military activity inside
Yesterday the top American diplomat in Kabul warned
that Pakistan is now a bigger threat than Afghanistan.
"From where I sit [Pakistan] sure looks like it's going
to be a bigger problem," Christopher Dell, who runs the
U.S. embassy in Kabul, said.
"It is certainly one of those nuclear-armed countries the
instability of which is a bigger problem for the globe. Pakistan
is a bigger place, has a larger population, it's nuclear-armed.
It has certainly made radical Islam a part of its political
life, and it now seems to be a deeply ingrained element of its
political culture. It makes things there very hard."
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