A member of a Danish motorcycle gang converts to Islam, travels to Yemen to learn more about his new faith, meets radical imams preaching death to the infidels, and just as the preaching is sinking in and he’s about to embrace a life as a militant Muslim, the gang member jilts the jihadists and decides to switch sides and go undercover for the CIA and help the intelligence agency track, target, and kill his erstwhile militant brethren.
This is the incredible story being told to the press and sold in a new book by Morten Storm, a 37-year-old Dane who claims to have worked on several secret missions with intelligence groups from several Western nations. Storm tells the Associated Press that “he worked for six years as an informant for the CIA, Britain’s MI5 and MI6 and Denmark’s security service, PET.” “Could they just say ‘he never worked for us’? Sometimes silence is also information,” Storm told the AP in Copenhagen. “I know this is true, I know what I have done.”
WAR ON MALI; France Starts Ground Invasion, NATO Allies Support France & Prepare For EXTENSIVE INTERVENTION
France started bombing Mali a few days ago, and now they’ve started a ground invasion of the country.
France made a statement that this “intervention” would “only last a few weeks”… what a deception.
NATO allies have already stated the various ways in which they’ve agreed to support France’s “noble cause”, but this has quickly morphed into how NATO is preparing for an “extensive intervention” in Mali. I’d suggest this was the plan all along… another NATO war…. sorry, I mean “humanitarian intervention” to save the children and protect Europe from the Muslim hordes, as France has suggested.
UN Resolution 2085 was originally created to authorize an “intervention” by African ECOWAS troops… I guess that was just a feint.
2013.1.16 France Sends Troops To Mali Town, Gets More Backing From NATO Allies (presstv.ir):
NATO allies are preparing for extensive intervention in Mali as France dispatches its ground troops to a town controlled by militants in the African country.
Foreign ministers of the European Union will attend an emergency meeting on Thursday to discuss the deployment of a training mission for the African country’s army, GlobalPost reported on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, Malian and French forces were reportedly driving toward the town of Diabaly in the central part of the African country.
Rebels managed to take control of the town on Monday, when a NATO spokesman stated that the alliance would support France’s operations in Mali.
“We welcome the efforts of the international community in support of the implementation of the United Nations … resolution 2085 (on Mali),” the spokesman said.
The United States, Canada, Britain, Belgium, Germany and Denmark have already said they would support the French offensive against the African country.
Malian officials say many African countries have sent ground forces to support the government forces in the conflict.
Chaos broke out in the West African country after Malian President Amadou Toumani Toure was toppled in a military coup on March 22, 2012. The coup leaders said they mounted the coup in response to the government’s inability to contain the Tuareg rebellion in the north of the country, which had been going on for two months.
However, in the wake of the coup d’état, the Tuareg rebels took control of the entire northern desert region, but the Ansar Dine extremists then pushed them aside and took control of the region, which is larger than France or Texas.