Arrest of CIA Agent Confirms Illuminati Behind Terror

Arrest of CIA Agent Confirms Illuminati Behind Terror

Lahore : Pakistan | Mar 03, 2011 at 12:19 AM PST
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This story is being downplayed because it rips the mask from the US government's face. Our "defenders" are also the terrorists. Davis was working with the same terror groups Western forces are supposed to be fighting

The 'war on terror' is a con and in reality the Illuminati play the role of both terrorists and defenders in a dialectic to advance their NWO agenda. The CIA and most intelligence agencies serve the Illuminati bankers, not the countries that fund them.

The recent arrest of CIA agent Raymond Davis in Pakistan reveals that Davis was working with with terrorist groups.


Last month, Davis was driving through the busy streets of Lahore when two young Pakistani men on motorbikes drove past him. He opened fire on the men, shooting them in the back through his windscreen. He then got out of his vehicle, walked over to the injured cyclists and pumped five bullets into each man.

Knowing he was in trouble, Davis phoned for reinforcements but by the time they arrived, outraged local Pakistanis blocked his escape and secured his arrest.

At the police station, Davis claimed he was being robbed and had acted in self-defense. However, Pakistani police searched his car and found a make-up kit, long-range radio, a GPRS system and a cell phones containing photographs of sensitive target locations. He's a CIA agent.

Obama has claimed that Davis is an American diplomat entitled to diplomatic immunity. However, the US blundered their story from the beginning, first claiming he was an 'employee of the US Consulate General Lahore' and then later a member of the 'administrative and technical staff of the US Embassy Islamabad'.

Then Davis claimed he worked for a security firm called Hyperion LLC, under a contract with the U.S. Embassy in Pakistan. But the BBC reported that Hyperion exists only as a website, and its offices in Orlando have been vacant for several years. The numbers on its website are unlisted. i.e. it is a CIA front.

The men he killed were revealed to be ISI agents who were trying to arrest Davis. Davis gunned them down rather than surrender.

Pakistan is in a furor. The incident is viewed as the intentional and cold-blooded murders of innocent men. Davis personifies the immunity the American military has to murder Pakistani citizens at will. Outside his jail huge crowds have gathered demanding justice. They have burned effigies of him.

To further inflame public sentiment, a widow of one of the dead men committed suicide by eating rat poison. Before dying she told reporters, "I do not expect any justice from this government. That is why I want to kill myself." Her last recorded words were "I want blood for blood."

The public demand for justice is so strong that many fear the already weak Pakistani government will be torn to pieces by it's own people if they hand Davis back to the Americans.


We are told we must intervene in Afghanistan and Pakistan to combat terrorists. This high profile story has the potential to smash that paradigm. Davis was working with the same terror groups Western forces are supposed to be fighting.

The Daily Telegraph reported that Davis is the 'acting head of the CIA in Pakistan'. He 'claimed one of his main tasks was to keep the CIA network intact in the tribal areas where al-Qaeda militants operate, and that he was familiar with their local languages.'

'Telephone records suggest he was in contact with Lashkar-e-Jhangvi and the Pakistan Taliban in South Waziristan.'

Lashkar-e-Jhangvi have committed a long list of horrendous crimes. In 2002, two members of the Lashkar-e-Jhangvi bombed the International Protestant Church in Islamabad during a church service, killing five people and wounding 40.

The Pakistani government have claimed that the murder of iconic Pakistani president Benazir Bhutto in 2007, along with the murder of 20 others in Rawalpindi was orchestrated by Lashkar-e-Jhangvi.

Pakistan is an Islamic nation with nuclear weapons so it is targeted for destruction and disarmament by the global power elite. Organizations like Lashkar-e-Jhangvi are designed to create chaos in Pakistan, to fracture the country into smaller, more easily manageable pieces to ease Pakistani's integration into the NWO.

It is also likely that Davis was researching targets for drone attacks. Since 2004, the US military have sent unmanned aircraft to bomb strategic locations in Pakistan. The drones increasingly are controlled by computer game whiz-kids drafted into the army.

Drones attack opponents of military operations in Afghanistan. They also attack conservative regions in Pakistan which are resistance to change.

If you search the drone target lists, one area that crops up repeatedly is South Waziristan. Wikipedia describes the social life of this region:

'The tribes are divided into sub-tribes governed by male village elders who meet in a tribal jirga. Socially and religiously, Waziristan is an extremely conservative area. Women are carefully guarded, and every household must be headed by a male figure. Tribal cohesiveness is strong through so-called Collective Responsibility Acts in the Frontier Crimes Regulation.'

The Illuminati Satanists are waging a war on Islam. The local men of South Waziristan are warriors and refuse to allow the destruction of their culture. Their leaders are assassinated and referred to in our media as 'Al-Qaeda leaders.'


Raymond Davis faces an uncertain future. The Pakistani government will not want to anger the US by trying and executing him, because Pakistan receives a $3 billion aid package annually from the US, which no doubt lines the pockets of government leaders.

However, an outraged public may make it politically unfeasible to hand Davis back to the US. The Pakistani government also has pressure from it's own secret services, the ISI, to prosecute him.

The ISI's motivation stems from recent rifts with the CIA. A recent example being the ISI's fury at the CIA implicating them in the Mumbai bombings. The Washington Post recently reported that the ISI is ready to split with the CIA.

Possibly the case will be drawn out over many months until public anger dies down and Davis can be safely escorted home.

This story is huge in Pakistan but it has been under-reported in the West because it is dangerous.

Look at photographs of Raymond Davis and you will see why. He is an all-American looking man. Understanding this story rips the mask from the US government's face. Our defenders are also funding and organizing the terrorists.

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