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お読みください:
「なぜ、イスラム教徒は、イスラム過激派のテロを非難しないのか」という問いは、なぜ「差別」なのか。(2014年12月)

「陰謀論」と、「陰謀」について。そして人が死傷させられていることへのシニシズムについて。(2014年11月)

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2007年04月07日

「CIAの陰謀」2件(メモ)

いわゆる「陰謀論」ではありません。本当に存在した陰謀について、今週2つニュースを見かけたのでメモ。

1つはジンバブエ。1980年に英国から独立した(昔は「ローデシア」だった)。独立当時からの指導者ムガベは「強烈に反英・反米」で、「一党独裁で非民主的」との厳しい非難が英米から。(むろん、その非難が事実無根なものであるというわけではない。)

US reveals its efforts to topple Mugabe regime
Ewen MacAskill in Washington
Friday April 6, 2007
http://www.guardian.co.uk/zimbabwe/article/0,,2051354,00.html
The US admitted openly for the first time yesterday that it was actively working to undermine Robert Mugabe, the president of Zimbabwe.

Although officially Washington does not support regime change, a US state department report published yesterday acknowledged that it was supporting opposition politicians in the country and others critical of Mr Mugabe.

The state department also admitted sponsoring events aimed at "discrediting" statements made by Mr Mugabe's government.


東西冷戦期、アメリカは東ドイツなど「東側」でそういう工作をさかんに行なったほか、イランのモサデク政権転覆では、主導権は英国がとっていたけれど、米国が不安定化に大きく貢献していた。工作員に「反モサデク・デモ」をやらせたり、民族主義者だったモサデクのことを「コミュニスト」と呼ぶビラをまいたり。

そういうことが、ジンバブエでもあった、ということを、国務省が認めたということだ。しかも「ワシントンは公式には政権転覆をサポートしていなかったが」という注釈つきで。

引き続きガーディアンから:
The comments are contained in the state department's fifth annual Supporting Human Rights and Democracy report. It sets out in detail actions the US government is taking worldwide to promote human rights.

...

The US, compared with the UK, was initially slow to criticise Mr Mugabe, but has since adopted an increasingly critical stance, most recently at the Human Rights Council in Geneva last month.

In an unusual piece of candour, the state department report says: "To encourage greater public debate on restoring good governance in [Zimbabwe], the United States sponsored public events that presented economic and social analyses discrediting the government's excuses for its failed policies.

"To further strengthen pro-democracy elements, the US government continued to support the efforts of the political opposition, the media and civil society to create and defend democratic space and to support persons who criticised the government."

Supporting Human Rights and Democracy report はstate.govにあるはず・・・あったあった。
http://www.state.gov/g/drl/rls/shrd/2006/

「アフリカ」の章は下記。あとで熟読。
http://www.state.gov/g/drl/rls/shrd/2006/80586.htm

もう1件。これはイランから。
CIA hires terrorist group to operate inside Iran
New York, April 4, IRNA
http://www2.irna.ir/en/news/view/line-20/0704040938172103.htm

これがイランだけが言っているんなら「またか」となりがちなところだけれども、このIRNAの報道の元は米ABCだ。

Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has hired a Pakistani terrorist group that has carried out a series of deadly terrorist attacks inside Iran, ABC News has reported on Wednesday.

The group, members of the Baluchi tribe, operates from Pakistan's province of Baluchestan, just across the border from Iran.

ABC cited US government sources it did not identify as saying the US has maintained close ties to its leader, Abdel-Malik Regi, since 2005.

The group, called Jundullah, has carried out raids, resulting in the deaths or kidnapping of Iranian ordinary people as well as soldiers and officials.

The large Iranian community residing in the US protested strongly to Voice of America (VOA)'s live interview with Regi recently in which the terrorist claimed responsibility for the operations.

Regi admitted to have personally executed some of the Iranian captives, the ABC News report said.

Alexis Debat, a senior fellow on counterterrorism at the Nixon Center and an ABC News consultant, told the program that Regi used to fight with the Taliban, adding "he's part drug smuggler, part Taliban, part Sunni activist".

"He is essentially commanding a force of several hundred guerrilla fighters that stage attacks across the border into Iran on Iranian military officers, Iranian intelligence officers, kidnapping them, executing them on camera."

The group claimed responsibility for an attack in February that killed at least 11 members of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard riding on a bus in the Iranian city of Zahedan.

Iranian television last month broadcast confessions by those responsible for the bus attack.

They admitted to being members of Jundullah and said they had been trained for the mission at a secret location in Pakistan.

The only relationship with the group that US intelligence acknowledges is cooperation in tracking al-Qaeda figures in that part of Pakistan.

ABC cited Pakistani government sources as saying the secret campaign against Iran was on the agenda when Vice President Dick Cheney met with Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf in February.

Asked about the report, Cheney spokeswoman Megan McGinn responded:
"We don't discuss conversations between the vice president and foreign leaders."

事後、パキスタン政府はABC報道を否定:
US media report rejected
6 April 2007
http://www.7days.ae/en/2007/04/06/us-media-report-rejected.html
Pakistan yesterday rejected a US media report that it was secretly aiding a militant group for attacks across the border in Iran as "tendentious", the foreign office said. "The Foreign Office takes serious note of the tendentious ABC News report alleging that a group called 'Jundullah (Soldier of God)' was operating from inside Pakistan to carry out raids across the border into Iran," an official statement said. ...

A report on the website of US channel ABC News on Wednesday said US officials have secretly encouraged and advised a Pakistani tribal militant group responsible for several deadly attacks inside Iran. It added that the Sunni Muslim group Jundullah comprises members of the Baluchi tribe and operates out of Pakistan's southwestern Baluchistan province.


ABCの報道直後のパキスタンでの報道はこれとか:
http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/default.asp?page=2007%5C04%5C05%5Cstory_5-4-2007_pg1_1
ABC cited US government sources it did not identify as saying the United States does not provide direct funding for the group but has maintained close ties to its leader, Abd el Malik Regi, since 2005.

A CIA official said the account was not accurate.


パキスタンのデイリー・タイムズ社説:
http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/default.asp?page=2007%5C04%5C06%5Cstory_6-4-2007_pg3_1
This is an embarrassing revelation for President General Pervez Musharraf at a time when a delegation from the Iranian parliament is visiting Pakistan. One can only say that Pakistan is the most unlucky country in the world from where only bad news is heard. Some academics in the United States have been comparing Pakistan with Zimbabwe where the state is in the process of slow economic demise presided over by an autocrat who refuses to see the rigor mortis setting in.

This Jundullah is not the Jandullah that suddenly appeared in Karachi and was captured in 2004. That Jandullah was led by one Ataur Rehman along with a nephew of Khalid Sheikh Muhammad, Masoob Aroochi, and a number of Uzbek and Chechen terrorists trained in Wana. The group was also accused of having tried to kill the corps commander, Karachi. This new Jundullah is apparently a different group and is operating from Balochistan. The ABC story may be a fib as far as the connection with the Pakistan government is concerned, but it is a fact that the gang has operated inside Iran and has a base inside Pakistan.

... Officially Pakistan is totally opposed to the American policy of aggression against Iran and Islamabad has decided not to get embroiled in the dispute raging between the United States and Iran over the latter's nuclear programme or its role in Iraq. Also, one can safely assert that the people of Pakistan are completely opposed to the government aiding and abetting any American effort to interfere inside Iran.

In fact Pakistan's future is tied to Iran's agreement to supply gas to it through a long pipeline from its western gas-fields. One can also predict that Pakistan might have to get ready to face up to the United States on the matter of the gas pipeline. Pakistan will be backed by India while the two countries face America's opposition to the gas pipeline from Iran for thus "strengthening its economy". Another irony, if ironies are all Pakistan is dealing with these days, is that Pakistan and India on Wednesday decided in New Delhi that they would pursue the Iran-Pakistan-India (IPI) gas pipeline project "as fast as they can". Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz and his Indian counterpart Dr Manmohan Singh reassured each other that they would be steadfast in their resolve to pursue the IPI pipeline.

Pakistan seems to have no control over what it is doing in the region. At least that is what its neighbours think. Afghanistan complains that Pakistan is allowing the Taliban to operate in Afghanistan out of its territory. When Pakistan denies the charge, the NATO forces on the other side of the Durand Line support the Afghan view. Now Iran has the same sort of trouble and Pakistan will surely issue a denial this time too. But no one in the world will believe it. Yet, this is one instance in which Pakistan will hurt itself badly if it aids and abets any alleged American foray into Iran.


ロイターの報道:
http://www.theage.com.au/news/world/us-ploy-to-destabilise-iran-report/2007/04/04/1175366325186.html
THE US has been secretly advising and encouraging a Pakistani militant group that has carried out raids inside Iran, the American broadcaster ABC News has reported, citing US and Pakistani intelligence sources.

The raids have resulted in the deaths or capture of Iranian soldiers and officials, it reported.

The group, members of the Baluchi tribe, operates from Pakistan's gas-rich province of Baluchistan, just across the border from Iran. The only relationship with the group that US intelligence acknowledges is co-operation in tracking al-Qaeda figures in that part of Pakistan.

The group, called Jundullah, has produced videos showing Iranian soldiers and border guards it claims to have captured.

The broadcaster cited unidentified US Government sources as saying the US did not provide direct funding to the group but has maintained close ties to its leader, Abdul Malik Regi, since 2005.

A CIA official said the account was inaccurate.


# inaccurateってどういうときに使うんでしたっけ。ungroundedとかunfoundedとは違うんだよね、こういうときは。

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1年も経ったころには、書いた本人の記憶から消えているかもしれません。


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ABCが報道した、という件、上記メモからちょっと引用:
Alexis Debat, a senior fellow on counterterrorism at the Nixon Center and an ABC News consultant, told the program that Regi used to fight with the Taliban, adding "he's part drug smuggler, part Taliban, part Sunni activist".

このthe Nixon Centreというのがどういうものか:
http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php?title=Nixon_Center
The Nixon Center was created and announced by President Richard M. Nixon "on January 20, 1994, the 25th anniversary of his first inauguration and just three months before his death in April of that year. While genuinely non-partisan, as reflected in the composition of its Board of Directors and Advisory Council, the Center has a philosophy of an enlightened pursuit of national interest. The specific goal of the Center is to explore ways of enhancing American security and prosperity while taking into account the legitimate perspectives of other nations. With the end of the Cold War, the U.S. found itself without a clear-cut foreign policy direction. It is the Center's objective to work on developing new guiding principles for United States global engagement in a dramatically new international environment, the principles which would combine hard-headed pragmatism and fundamental American values."

理事会がすげぇメンツ:
http://www.nndb.com/org/253/000053094/

Posted by nofrills at 2007年04月09日 01:40

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