Algerian Regime Responsible for Massacres
The bombs that outraged Paris in 1995 -- blamed on Muslim fanatics -- were the handiwork of the Algerian secret service. They were part of a propaganda war aimed at galvanising French public opinion against the Islamists.
The Algerian police state was hiding material for President Saddam's nuclear, chemical and biological warfare programme. Intelligence agents from the two countries collaborated to defeat the United Nations sanctions against Iraq.The relentless massacres in Algeria are the work of secret police and army death squads.
Algerian intelligence agents routinely bribe Eurpean police, journalists and MPs. Joseph said he paid one French MP, who cannot be named for legal reasons, more than 500,000 francs (about $90,000) in bribes.
The killing of many foreigners was organised by the secret police, not Islamic extremists.Since the military coup in 1992 after the first round of elections in which the Islamic Salvation Front (FIS) was set to take power, the violence has escalated to make Algeria the most dangerous country in the world. The carnage in Algeria and the bombs in France have been blamed on a group of Muslim fanatics, the Armed Islamic Group, or GIA.
The GIA is a pure product of Algeria's secret service.
Secret agents who flew in from Algeria organised "at least" two of the bombs in Paris in the summer of 1995, in which several people were killed. The operation was run by Colonel Souames Mahmoud, alias Habib, head of the secret service at the Algerian embassy in Paris. Two men were later seized by French police. One, Khaled Kelkal, was shot in cold blood, his killing caught on camera. The second, Karim Moussa, was captured, injured. He has since disappeared and th French authorities have failed to explain what happened to this most-wanted suspect.
The securite militaire spent some of Algeria's oil and gas billions to bribe politicians and security officials in Europe. .
The power of the securite militaire is such that it murdered a president. President Mohammed Boudiaf was assassinated in June 1992 by people within le pouvoir. Two of the killers were associates in the securite militaire. Boudiaf was killed because he had very sensitive files on corrupt generals. The generals have made millions from corruption, held in Swiss banks. Boudiaf started an inquiry
The massacres, in which tens of thousands of Algerians have been killed since the civil war started in 1992, have been carried out by the regime's death squads. "Le pouvoir are behind the massacres and other killings besides. It's to maintain the state of fear.