Boogeyman to frighten Americans into giving up rights one last time
Paul Joseph Watson
Monday, May 2, 2011
The Obama administration may have announced the demise of Osama Bin Laden last night, years after every other intelligence analyst worth their salt voiced the open secret that Osama has been dead for the best part of a decade, but there’s still time for one more hokey terror tape that will allow the boogeyman to frighten Americans into giving up more of their rights one last time.
“It is unclear whether the tape is audio or video, but a U.S. official says that intelligence indicates it is already working its way through al-Qaida’s media pipeline. The official said the timing was coincidental and there is no indication he knew U.S. forces were bearing down on him,” reports the Associated Press.
Then again, it would be difficult for a frozen corpse to display much anticipation for anything given the fact that Osama has been a stiff since December 2001.
But that hasn’t stopped dubious Pentagon-linked intelligence fronts from releasing fake audio and video tapes as political grist for the last decade. Presumably, the likes of the IntelCenter and SITE greeted Sunday’s news of Bin Laden’s “assassination” with a tinge of sadness – because the CIA will no longer be requiring their video editing services.
The reason this U.S. intelligence official knows that the video is “working its way through al-Qaida’s media pipeline,” is because Al-Qaeda is a U.S. intelligence front. But don’t just take our word for it – last year the CIA admitted to creating a fake video in which intelligence officers dressed up as Osama Bin Laden and his cronies in an effort to defame the terrorist leader throughout the middle east. The Washington Post reported the story in May 2010.
In a related development, the White House has released a photo of Obama, Biden and Hillary Clinton receiving, “An update on the mission against Osama bin Laden” yesterday.
The mission to what? Thaw out his frozen corpse? That must have made for dull viewing.
This article was posted: Monday, May 2, 2011 at 3:04 pm