The United States reportedly has plans to label former Pakistani ISI Chief Hamid Gul as a terrorist. The official line of bull is that Gul is under suspicion of providing political and moral support to the Taliban-led resistance in Afghanistan. More likely, however, he solidified his place on the long list of supposed terrorists with his recent claims that both 9/11 and the Mumbai attacks were inside jobs.
Gul told members of the international press, “The U.S. spends $40 billion a year on its 11 intelligence agencies. That’s $400 billion in 10 years. Yet the Bush Administration says it was taken by surprise. I don’t believe it. Within 10 minutes of the second twin tower being hit in the World Trade Center CNN said Osama bin Laden had done it. That was a planned piece of disinformation by the real perpetrators. It created an instant mindset and put public opinion into a trance, which prevented even intelligent people from thinking for themselves.”
Regarding Pakistan, he said, "The destabilization of Pakistan is part of the U.S. plan because it is a Muslim nuclear state. The U.S. wants to isolate Pakistan from China as part of its containment policy."
Interesting how the comments and the terror label dovetail so smoothly.
What's even more curious, perhaps, is that another former ISI head, Mahmood Ahmed, escapes the terrorist list despite having clearly been linked to alleged hijacker Mohamed Atta and the 9/11 attacks.
Ahmed was in Washington on the morning of 9/11 meeting with top intelligence and political officials, and in the days following the attacks met with VP-elect and Senate Foreign Relations Committee chair Joe Biden.
The difference between Ahmed and Gul is simple. One helps to perpetuate the corrupt, evil agenda of the rogue government, while the other sees right through its arrogant and ever-unraveling campaign of terror.