Hodjanernes Blog

9 april 2012

Søren Pind kræver storspion frem i lyset

Venstres Søren Pind kræver nu et navn på bordet og frem i lyset, efter at koldkrigsforskeren Thomas Wegener Friis fra Syddansk Universitet ved et rent tilfælde har fået adgang til hidtil ukendte, hemmeligstemplede dokumenter om en dansk storspion.

Sagen blotlægger, hvad Wegener Friis selv kalder “den værste spionsag i Danmark” og har rystet den anerkendte forsker.

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Med henvisning til, at der under Nyrup-regeringen med daværende justitsminister Bjørn Wesths (S) velsignelse blev makuleret hemmeligstemplede oplysninger om bl.a. ex-kommunisten Ole Sohn, skriver Søren Pind videre på sin Facebook-side:

Det var da godt, Bjørn Westh og Socialdemokratiet ikke også havde hånd og halsret over STASI-arkiverne.

Ifølge en kommentar på BT under ovenstående artikel er navnet på vedkommende kendt på Christiansborg.

Læs mere på BT.

Hvor mange yderligere navne ligger der i STASI’s arkiver, som kan findes ved ‘et tilfælde’ – når nu PET og FET tilsyneladende ikke vil andet end at slette Den Kolde Krigs arkiver, istedet for at spørge CIA?

15 december 2011

Når intelligens udfordrer intelligens

Filed under: Indavl, Islam, Muslim World, Pakistan — Tags: , — Skjoldungen @ 21:23

Pakistan frikender abe for spionage.

Emirates: “India and Pakistan could be in for monkey diplomacy after an unsuspecting primate strayed across the border into Pakistan to be snapped up by soldiers and packed off to a British-era zoo. The monkey, who has not been given a name by his Pakistani handlers, was apparently found ambling around the desert region of Rahim Yar Khan on November 19. Paramilitary troops manning a border post spotted the animal and sent him to Bahawalpur zoo in Pakistan’s Punjab province. The case may be open and shut for the zoo, but his status is attracting a flurry of media attention. “We were given him by the Rangers. They found him strolling near their post,” the zoo’s curator Irfan Farooqi told AFP by telephone. – He added: “We don’t suspect the monkey has been deliberately sent to Pakistan. I don’t think it is a trained spy. It is a common monkey.”

11 januar 2011

Saudi Barbarien løslader israelsk spion

Filed under: Islam, Israel, Saudi — Tags: , — Skjoldungen @ 23:24

“My name is Bird. James Bird. I like my cocktail shaken, not stirred…”

Forleden omtalte vi den yderst farlige og lumske spion, som den muslimske intelligence havde pågrebet. I et anfald af usædvanligt, humanistisk storsind har man nu besluttet at løslade den træske Mossad-agent. Endda uden at forlange 10.000 pæstilensiske terrorister frigivet til gengæld. Allah er barmhjertig og vis…

Haaretz: “Bird seized after it was reportedly found in a rural Saudi area with GPS and leg bracelet reading ‘Tel Aviv University.’ – Saudi Arabia has announced its intention to release a vulture suspected of being an Israeli spy, Israel Radio reported, mere days after the bird of prey apparently became a captive of the kingdom.
Last Tuesday, a vulture tagged by scientists at Tel Aviv University had strayed into Saudi Arabian territory, where it was promptly grabbed on suspicion of being a Mossad spy. – The bird was found in a rural area of the country wearing a transmitter and a leg bracelet bearing the words “Tel Aviv University”, according to the reports, which surfaced first in the Israeli daily Ma’ariv. – Although these tags indicate that the bird was part of a long-term research project into migration patterns, residents and local reporters told Saudi Arabia’s Al-Weeam newspaper that the matter seemed to be a “Zionist plot.”

The accusations went viral, with hundreds of posts on Arabic-language websites and forums claiming that the “Zionists” had trained these birds for espionage. The Sinai regional governor last month suggested that a shark that killed and maimed tourists on its Red Sea port may have been intentionally released by Israeli agents in order to sabotage the country’s tourist industry. “What is being said about the Mossad throwing the deadly shark in the sea to hit tourism in Egypt is not out of the question. But it needs time to confirm,” Mohamed Abdel Fadil Shousha said, according to British newspaper The Sun.”