Friday, February 19, 2010

Caught in flagrante delicto

Now what about this for a nice gesture? According to the 'Times' the British Embassy in Tel Aviv has contacted the six British-Israelis whose identities were stolen to offer them new biometric passports: "We have invited the nationals to come to the consular section in Tel Aviv to get new passports in place of the ones that Dubai police publicised with their identities," said Raffi Shamir, the British Embassy spokesman. “This step will reduce the risk that these people might be inadvertently detained." Well, to be expected but with "British-Israelis" enjoying the luxury of two passports, you cannot help feel sorry for those poor Palestinians, the majority of whom, if they are not imprisoned in the Gaza strip, have some restrictions on either their movement or choice of profession.

However, back to the passports and with the the Zionist state's ambassadors in France, Britain, Ireland and Berlin, pleading ignorance when asked to explain how the assassins happened to be in possession of passports from those countries, we can already see that this is all going to blow over before it even gets started. Oh to be sure, we have Britain demanding full cooperation from Israel and Germany calling on Israel to "provide any information it had which might help explain the circumstances" of the Hamas militant's death," but let's face it, nothing is going to happen, is it? After all, this is Israel, and if that is not enough, we already have the daily drivel working overtime to make sure that this story is going nowhere and it is most certainly not going anywhere that will hurt Jerusalem.

The Zionist controlled 'Daily Mail' reports that MI6 knew that an overseas operation was going to be carried out using British passports and if that one doesn't work they can, no doubt, fall back on Lieberman's, "There is no reason to think that it was the Israeli Mossad, and not some other intelligence service or country up to some mischief," One wee problem might, of course, be the two Palestinian suspects who are being questioned about the murder. The two fled to Jordan after the killing, but were extradited back to Dubai on Sunday and while we wouldn't expect the Mossad to betray their own, it shouldn't take too much to entice these two to spill the beans. Expect assassinations of a different kind on those two over the next few days; comprehensive character assassinations. Although, who knows we might even see them getting bumped off with the new headline reading; "Palestinians were about to expose Egypt as being behind the assassination of Mahmoud al-Mabhouh. No, the Zionist media is already pointing to what they see as a bigger problem with their main concern appearing to be the possibility that biometric passports might just make this all a bit more difficult in the future.

Not to worry there either though as the former Mossad man and Knesset member Rafi Eitan hits the nail on the head when he says, that the introduction of biometric passports "will not affect the various intelligence activities in the future, because I assess that the organizations engaging in this will find suitable ways to overcome the difficulties - should there be any." Do you see the problem? Their concern is not breaking the law, they really don't intend to do anything else, and they only thing that might slightly worry them is any inconvenience that might temporarily occur when they get caught in flagrante delicto. One can only speculate as to what would happen if certain other nations were to behave in the same way.

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