Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed
| Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed |
|Alma mater||University of Sussex|
|Interests|| • False flags|
• Israeli–Palestinian conflict
UK academic with extensive knowledge of deep politics and the use of false flag terror, featured frequently on Unwelcome Guests.
September 11, 2001
- Full article: 9-11
- Full article: 9-11
Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed's work was cited by the 9/11 Commission[Where?]. Ahmed wrote in a 2015 article entitled 9/11, conspiracy theory, and bullshit mongers that "my position on 9/11 is pretty simple: I don't indulge in theory. I detest speculation. I particularly hate the very phrase "inside job," which is a meaningless bullshit euphemism for "I don't actually have cast iron proof of specifically who perpetrated this operation, or how it occurred, but IT WAS THE GOVERNMENT": a vague, amorphous cop-out typical of the conspiracy industry in general."
Documents by Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed
Quotes by Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed
|Document:Sins of Statecraft - The War on Terror Exposed||“a group of powerful elites from various countries gathered at an international conference in Jerusalem to promote and exploit the idea of ‘international terrorism.’ The (Jerusalem) conference (on International Terrorism, or JCIT) established the ideological foundations for the ‘war on terror.’ JCIT’s defining theme was that international terrorism constituted an organized political movement whose ultimate origin was in the Soviet Union. All terrorist groups were ultimately products of, and could be traced back to, this single source, which - according to the JCIT - provided financial, military, and logistical assistance to disparate terrorist movements around the globe. The mortal danger to Western security and democracy posed by the worldwide scope of this international terrorist movement required an appropriate worldwide anti-terrorism offensive, consisting of the mutual coordination of Western military intelligence services.”||2005||The War on Truth|
|Operation Gladio/B||“A journalist with the Sunday Times‘ investigative unit told this author he had interviewed former Special Agent in Charge, Dennis Saccher, who had moved to the FBI’s Colorado office. Saccher reportedly confirmed the veracity of Edmonds’ allegations of espionage, telling him that Edmonds’ story “should have been front page news” because it was “a scandal bigger than Watergate.””|
|Religion||“Some years ago, a leaked MI5 behavioural study of pathways to terrorism concluded that there was no single profile or pathway to violent radicalisation. It also found, contrary to conventional assumptions, that religious conservatism tended to act as a bulwark against extremism.”||13 February 2015||Insurge Intelligence|
|UK Independence Party||“Unbeknown to many, UKIP too had early roots in Britain’s intelligence services.
“A chap came to me and said UKIP had been infiltrated by the British intelligence services and then he gave me two names of people and from various ways I came to the conclusion that I was absolutely and completely certain that these people — although they had left the service and the Foreign Office some years earlier — in fact had been intelligence agents.”
As Tebbit explained in a Spectator article that even Douglas Murray recently endorsed, he “half-heartedly” made his “own inquiries” after a source inside UKIP raised the concerns with him, “and unexpectedly struck gold... I am perfectly sure that the individuals had been active agents, although both would claim to have retired some years ago.”Tebbit had not suggested that UKIP’s leadership was aware of the intelligence operation. At the time, Nigel Farage admitted that he could not discount Tebbit’s allegations.”
|11 May 2015||Insurge Intelligence|
|Document:HSBC and the sham of Guardian’s Scott Trust||Article||3 March 2015||Jonathan Cook||Britain, we are told, is privileged to have two “liberal” media outlets, the BBC and Guardian, that are seen either as neutral or as a leftwing counterbalance to the rightwing agenda of the rest of the media. Here are three illuminating articles and a short video that should help to dispel any such illusions.|