This is an attempt to find the background for Salman Abedi´s postulated terror attack in Manchester on Illuminati date 22. May 2017.
Who was Salman Abedi, the Manchester bomber?
WND 27 May 2017 The Manchester suicide bomber, Salman Abedi, accompanied his father and older brothers to Libya at the age of 16 for “jihad” against the secular-leaning government of Moammar Gadhafi during Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s grand plan to hand the Middle East over to the Muslim Brotherhood to “end extremism.”
The CIA and Pentagon armed and trained various jihadist groups, including the Tripoli Brigade. The actual salaries of the fighters were paid for by the “Gulf States,” which translates into Saudi Arabia and Qatar.
Salman, his brothers and their father, Ramadan Abedi, fought in a unit of the Tripoli Brigade that eventually secured Tripoli from the Libyan armed forces. Ramadan Abedi was an experienced military man, having served as an officer in Gadhafi’s internal security service until the 1990s. He returned with his sons to fight in the NATO-supported overthrow of the Libyan government.
Under Obama/Clinton leadership, the CIA helped empty the Libyan prisons of jihadists so they could fight against the same regime the CIA had once protected. Many of those senior jihadists became the leaders of the Tripoli Brigade that the Abedi family of the Manchester bomber fought with against the Gadhafi government.
In Libya today, the Tripoli Brigade is still active there
The Guardian 28 May 2017: Gareth Stansfield, professor of Middle East politics at Exeter University, said Abedi appeared typical of many second-generation migrants drawn to Islamist groups. “It’s the classic thing of being dispossessed, of having no roots. They see the perceived immorality of the west around them and these seeds are planted and become extremely toxic and poisonous.”
French intelligence suggests he was one of some 3,500 Libyans who went to Syria to fight.
Abedi’s sister, Jomana, told the Wall Street Journal that he had been angered by what was happening in Syria.
“I think he saw children – Muslim children – dying everywhere, and wanted revenge. He saw the explosives America drops on children in Syria, and he wanted revenge.”
“Their influences are coming in from all over the place, from groups advocating ultra-radical, ultra-aggressive tendencies, presenting a massively complex, fractured and dangerous complex of dynamics, motivations and ultimately actions that quite frankly could overwhelm the capabilities of those agencies tasked with countering the threat posed by violent jihadi groups and individuals.”
There are suggestions that Abedi may have been supported by accomplices in Germany, Canada and Turkey. Certainly few who knew him believe that he had the acumen to formulate the terrible plan he enacted on Monday.
He’s not been radicalised by Isis,” Rafiq said. “His life story is all about being radicalised from birth and then Isis cherrypicked him.”
Global Res. 27 May 2017: More details have emerged about the prior familiarity of British intelligence agencies with the Manchester suicide bomber, Salman Abedi, whose murderous assault Monday evening left 22 people dead.
Given Abedi’s connections and his travel movements leading up to the attack, the only explanation for him being able to remain at large for so long is that he was a protected asset—part of a broad network of operatives utilised by Britain and the US to conduct their nefarious operations in the Middle East.
It is the exposure of these operations which accounts for the fury of Prime Minister Theresa May over the US leaking of intelligence information about the UK’s investigation into the bombing. Whatever the specific reasons for these leaks, they have completely undermined the British authority’s original claims that Abedi was an unknown, “lone wolf” – and that the CIA and NSA are involved..
The Daily Mail 28 May 2017: The United States and Britain have the closest intelligence-sharing relationship of any two countries on earth.
British liaison officers work bei der CIA, der electronischen Lauschangriffs-Organisation der National Security Agency, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and elsewhere.
U.S. military and civilian counterparts are stationed in Britain including a contingent at the Cheltenham headquarters of the NSA’s British counterpart, the Government Communications Headquarters, or GCHQ.
We now know that British intelligence had received warnings, on at least five separate occasions in the last five years, that Abedi presented a danger, including that he had discussed committing a suicide bombing.
Global Res. 27 May 2017: According to new leaks Thursday, Abedi had traveled extensively in the run-up to the attack, including flying from Istanbul to the UK via Germany’s Dusseldorf airport. For years, Turkey has been used as a transit point into Syria by European jihadists, joining Western-led efforts to topple the regime of Bashar Al-Assad.
Several sources, including French intelligence, have made public their conclusions that Abedi had been to Syria and received training there.
The Financial Times also reported that a “Turkish official” said that Abedi had traveled through Istanbul on at least two other occasions over the past year
Der Tagesspiegel reported that Abedi flew from Dusseldorf to Manchester on May 18—four days before the attack. The newspaper cited German intelligence sources who said that he arrived in Germany from Libya via Prague.
The Guardian reported: “It is known that the 22-year-old travelled to Germany at least twice, including a visit to the financial city of Frankfurt.” It added, “Düsseldorf is in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, where Anis Amri, the Berlin Christmas market attacker, spent time.”
There is no innocent explanation for the fact that Abedi was able to travel to Libya, Syria, Turkey and the UK unhindered. Abedi’s ability to pass through customs without interference can only mean that he had been given the all clear.
For decades, successive British governments have worked with jihadi groups, prepared to use atrocities to achieve their objectives. This has meant that, behind the “war on terror” and the relentless assault on democratic rights that it has entailed, UK authorities have been harbouring Islamist extremist operatives and groups who can be set into motion at the required time, in line with British imperialist foreign policy objectives. Breitbart on 27 May 2017 reported that there are 23.000 such jihadis in the UK.
The Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG), Egyptian Islamic Jihad and al-Qaeda all had bases in London. Al-Qaeda considered London the nerve centre of its operations in Europe
Likewise, British imperialism worked closely with Libyan Islamists, supporting them in their opposition to then Libyan leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi.
As former MI5 agent David Shayler revealed, MI6 collaborated with one such organisation, the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, in the attempted assassination of Gaddafi in 1996.
For years, a group of LIFG members were active in the Whalley Range district of Manchester, close to Salman Abedi’s home. Salman Abedi’s father, Ramadan Abedi, an airport security officer, was an LIFG member.
Sympathies to the victims of the blast (Image Source: True Publica). Ramadan and his wife moved first to London – then to Manchester where anti-Gaddafi elements maintained the closest links with British intelligence.
Ramadan returned to Libya some time in 2011 where he became an administrative manager of the Central Security Force in Tripoli, one of the many militias vying for control of the country.
Salman Abedi was also known to have been a close associate of one of the main Islamic State recruiters in the UK, Raphael Hostey, who was killed in a drone strike in Syria in 2016. Hostey grew up in Moss Side, just a mile away from Abedi’s home in the Fallowfield district of the city.
The Middle East Eye has more on the cooperation between British authorities and jihadists as fighters for their dirty purpose in Libya.