British Telegraph (July 29, 2011) had a conspiracy theory that though the Norway shooter, Anders Breivik, had admitted in his 1,500-page manifesto – to be a fan of Islamophobe Dutch lawmaker Geert Wilders, who had compared Islam to Nazism (funny though, Nazi Army had 150,000 German Jews among it but no Muslim) – he received his military training in Minsk.
“Anders Behring Breivik could have received military training at a secret paramilitary base in Belarus, according to a Belarusian opposition politician. Breivik visited Belarus several times. This spring, as part of preparations for the double attack, he visited Minsk, where he participated in training at a secret paramilitary base, said Mikhail Resjetnikov, leader of the opposition Patriot Party, told the newspaper.”
There are several reasons for Minsk to carry-out a false-flag operation to further delegitimate Israel.
Belarus President Alexander Lukashenco is notorious for making the so-called ‘anti-Semitic’ remarks. For example in 2007, he told a news conference that Jews allow cities to fall into neglect. “This was founded as a Jewish city (Belarusian city of Bobruisk) and you know how Jews treat the place they live in. Look at Israel. I have been there. I in no way want to offend them, but they don’t take much care of it,” he said – for he was slamed by the Zionist regime for being an ‘anti-Semite’.
The Oktyabrskaya metro station in Minsk was hit by terrorist bombing on April 12, 2011, killing 12 people. Rupert Mudoch’s FoxNews reported the incident to be work of the government to divert public anger against the communist-regime. Some Belarus sources pointed out the presence of former head of Mossad terrorist operations, Rafi Eitan in Minsk. Eitan’s family comes from Rechitsa. Eitan took part in the abduction of Adolph Eichmann in 1961. Eichmann was one of Hitler’s top official who maintained very close link with the World Zionist movement.
Belarus has established close trade relations with the Islamic Republic since 2002. Both Alexander and Ahmadinejad have paid official visits to Tehran and Minsk. The Belarus President supports Iran’s civilian nuclear program. The annual trade volume between Iran and Belarus stands at $90 million. In June 2011 – Iranian President Dr. Ahmadinejad called for a closer cooperation with Venezuela, Ecuador and Belarus at the time when Belarus prime minister Mikhail Myasnikovich was visiting Israel.
Belarus also maintains very friendly relation with Venezuela. Both Alexander and Chevez have exchanged visits to Caracas and Minsk.
In January 2011, the EU reinstated a visa ban on President Lukashenko and other Belarusian officials as a response against the government’s suppression of opposition activists. In a recent interview with the British newspaper the Financial Times, Israel-Firster Polish Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski (married to Anne Elizabeth Applebaum, a Jewish American journalist) – called on Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko to begin talks on a peaceful handover of power.
There are over 50,000 Jews in Belarus as compared to 20,000 Muslims. Since the western creation of Israel, 80,000 Belarusian Jews have immigrated to occupied Palestine.