Friday, February 10, 2006

Danish Cartoons: Were we set up the bomB?

From a somewhat frothy post here

The first publication of the cartoons in Denmark followed in September 2005. This meeting was attended by the certified neocon fascist madmen Michael Ledeen, Richard Perle, and William Luti ­ all desperadoes haunted by the prospect of criminal indictment for their roles in the Iraq aggression, the Plame case, the Niger yellowcake forgeries, and the Lord Conrad Black embezzlement case. All three are fanatic proponents of the wider war against Iran, also in the hope of staying out of jail. Others in attendance included Dutch, Belgian, and Spanish royalty, top Eurocrats and NATO bigwigs (including NATO Secretary General Jaap Hoop de Scheffer himself) from Brussels, Rockefeller and Rothschild international bankers, and such all-purpose villains as Henry Kissinger. Another prominent participant in the Bavarian Bilderberger group was Anders Eldrep of Denmark, a Bilderberger regular over the last five years. This Anders Eldrep (or Eldrup),the chairman of DONG (Danish Oil and Natural Gas), is the husband of Merete Eldrep, the managing director of JP/Politikens Hus (JP for Jyllands-Posten), the Danish publishing firm which owns the newspaper which first published the Mohammed cartoons.

Fleming Rose, the editor who published the cartoons in Denmark, is affiliated with Daniel Pipes, who can only be kindly described as a rabid Zionist. Pipes runs Campus Watch, an organization that monitors and threatens professors in the United States who attempt to actually teach an accurate history of the Middle East.

In fact, Mr. Rose wrote an article for Pipes that is on Pipes website in Danish. The title translates as "The Threat of Islam." Please check it out for yourself: (here)


No direct proof, of course, but this makes things... interesting to say the least.

3 Comments:

Blogger Ouzian said...

poor guyz.....

its none of their fault... just the fault of the SICK fundamentalist authorities of dubai....


.....

9:57 AM  
Blogger qrswave said...

Your first link is dead.

Good thing you copied some of the text.

Important information.

1:42 PM  
Blogger J. Edward Tremlett said...

Well, the info is somewhat suspect. There's a lot of conspiracy mongering, with just a whiff of anti-semitism.

But if the Jyllands-Pesten's publisher was in the room with some of those freakonauts, and talking shop, I can only wonder if some long-term strategies weren't formed.

J

5:27 AM  

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