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PostPosted: Sun Jan 22, 2006 1:57 am 
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BIN LADEN IS BACK

Yesterday's release of an audiotape supposedly from Osama Bin Laden was quite the media event. The world's head Islamic terrorist and most wanted man had some interesting things to say. Interestingly, though, bin Laden's script could easily been written by today's leading Democrats. Let's explore the finer points, shall we?

Offering a truce with the U.S. military, Bin Laden said "Our situation is getting better and better and your situation is getting worse and worse." Sounds like Cindy Sheehan or Nancy Pelosi, doesn't it? It's not true, of course. If it were, bin Laden wouldn't be talking truce. Then Osama commented on polls. "But I wanted to talk to you because of the lies that have been given to you by your President Bush when he commented on the results of the opinion polls in your country that showed the majority was for the pull out of U.S. forces in Iraq." Bin Laden went on to say Bush should follow those polls.

If indeed the voice on the tape is Bin Laden's, then that proves a point that's been being made for a long time. The Islamic terrorists we're fighting in the War On Terror know that the PR war is as important as the shooting and bombing war. When the mainstream media in the United States reports only bad news from Iraq and suppress the good, they are doing the work of Al-Qaeda, plain and simple. Bin Laden smiles.

The weird beard's message also, of course, contained the threat of future terrorist attacks: "The reason why we didn't have any such an operation in the United States is not because of security difficulties; the operation will take place and you will see such operations by the grace of God and by the will of God." Now understand the significance of this. Osama Bin Laden, who slaughtered 3,000 innocent people on September 11, 2001, has threatened to attack again. Will people take it seriously? Probably not. That's too bad...because the next attack could be much, much worse. Besides, more Americans can tell you who won the Golden Globes earlier this week than can tell you what was in Osama's latest rant.

And finally, Osama concluded with a statement that could have easily been faxed over from the Democratic National Committee: "So you see how Bush was misleading people. The opinion polls are for the pull out and it's important that opinion polls say the people didn't want to fight the Muslims in their land and they didn't want the Muslims to fight them in their land." At least now we know where the left is getting their talking points.

Maybe this will wake people up. We are engaged in a struggle for the survival of our American way of life...the struggle against Islamic terrorism. The sooner people realize the threat remains, the better. Sadly, more people care about celebrities, athletes and American Idol than they do about the war we're fighting.

Which suits Al-Qaeda just fine.

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 22, 2006 2:50 am 
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Or was the tape Manufactured by the NEO-CONS, in a attempt to boost GW II's approval ratings.

2006 is a mid-term election year isn't it :roll:


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 22, 2006 1:37 pm 
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Yeah, time for everyone to get scared again, the boogyman is back and this time, HE'S PISSED! Better get behind your leader's and cower in your homes while they take the fight to the enemy on your behalf!

Dont listen to him tell the Arab world on Al-jazeera that he had nothing to do with the 9/11 attacks, he's a terrorist so he must be a liar aswell, even if that means he even lies to his own terrorist network (!?!).

Dont listen to people who say that the intelligence is faulty, all the intelligence is dervived from the finest Uzbekistan and Syrian torture cells and verified by the CIA. Thats good enough for me! A guy being boiled alive is bound to telling the truth about his evil, anti-democratic west-hating activities.

Dont listen to the independant experts who say there hasn't been an original verifiable recording of Bin-Ladens voice since 2002. Dont listen when those same people tell you theres every possibility he also died in that very year. Presumably when the electrical socket on the wall of his cave malfunctioned and his dialysis machine ground to a halt.

I think in the list of the all-time great patsies like Oswald and Ray, on the question of credibility, Osama doesnt rank highly.

New information has just been released on the captive Mossad agents arrested on 9/11 then swept out of the country, and how many good people at CIA and FBI were over-ruled about whether or not to keep them in custody for interrogation, and how many of these same agents believed that they played an integral role in the attacks. The point is though, surely, that this is at least worth investigating... not so apparantly, as the people in question were whisked off back to Isreal without any of the right questions being asked.

As it currently stands there is more evidence to suggest that the towers were brought down by the Stay Puffed Marshmellow Man than any group or person's connected to Bin Laden, or his supposedly vast terrorist network. Unless of course your counting the testimony of the aforementioned 'boiled guy' and friends.

Its also worth mentioning here that the Uzbekistan regime, under Karimov was supported financially by the US for several years in the hope of winning the contract for Uzbekistan's massive natrual gas reserves. The Uzbekistan regime is regarded by most experts as one of, if not THE worst regime in the world with torture and kidnappings on an industrial scale, and yet the US government seemed to have no problem providing them with about $1 billion dollars over 4 years to secure gas rights. Thats right, at the exact moment Bush and co were invading Iraq, this was happening.

At the moment their WMD 'intelligence' fell through and they began to rely on the "Were liberating these people!, there, um, being tortured and stuff!", at that moment CIA guys on the ground were taking intelligence from security officials in Uzbekistan while the US government supplied them with money for weapons and weapons technology, for 'peace keeping' purposes.

After all that Karimov turned round and gave the contract to the Russians instead. He recinded the lease on the US army base in the region, threw out the peace core and all the aid agencies, America tucked tail and shuffled off trying to cover its tracks by saying "were leaving because of this horrible torture that's going on around here!".

Yeah, predictible.


If you hear a click just before you hang up the phone don't worry, that's just your government 'protecting' you.

(apologies for the lengthy rant there)

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Excerpt from Al Frankin's The Truth:

Terror Management Theory argues that much of human behavior and human culture can be understood as a response to the fear of death. Duh. Among other things, TMT predicts that death-related thoughts drive people to affirm their pre-existing cultural worldview (boo gay marriage!) and to support "charismatic/visionary" leaders (Bush) over "task-oriented" leader (Kerry) or "relationship-oriented" leaders who emphasize the need for people to work together and accept mutual responsibility (Kerry). The predictions of TMT have been borne out by more than 175 published experiments. As compared to, say, the number of peer reviewed studies concluding that human beings have nothing to do with global warming, which is zero.

Of all the TMT studies I've read (two), my favorite is "The Effects of Mortality Salience and Reminders of 9/11 on Support for President George W. Bush," which appeared in the September 2004 issue of the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. In a series of experiments conducted on student volunteers from across the political spectrum, the authors found that reminders of death generally or 9/11 specifically caused subjects to view Bush more favorably.

The first experiment divided the students into two groups to test whether thinking about death affected their politics. The control group was asked to describe the experience of watching television. Members of the second group were asked to "describe the emotion that the thought of your own death arouses in you" and to "jot down, as specifically as you can, what you think will happen to you as you physically die and once you are physically dead."

Both groups were then asked to read and evaluate a short essay praising Bush and endorsing the war in Iraq. Most of the people in the television group disagreed with the essay. Most of the people in the death group agreed with it. Math nerds will be interested to know that the effect size was both large (n2=.55) and statistically significant (p<.001).

In the second experiment, the subjects were divided into three groups. In order to prime their subconscious thought patterns, one group was assigned to write about death, another about 9/11, and the third, the control group, about pain. (The scientists substituted "pain" for "watching television" to make sure that Bush's bump in the first experiment came from thinking about death specifically and not just from thinking about something unpleasant. If I were conducting the experiment, instead of pain, In would have made the unpleasant thing something very specific-like having to give Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell a foot rub.)

In this experiment, the subjects prompted to think about pain preferred Kerry by a more than two-to-one margin. Those thinking about death or 9/11 preferred Bush by a landslide. The effect of thinking of death or 9/11 worked on liberals, moderates, and conservatives alike.

The Terror Management Theorists who authored this study concluded:

The present findings support the views of many theorists who have noted that political allegiances are not always based on the balanced, rational forces of self-interest suggested by the Jeffersonian notion of democracy but also on the operation of nonrational forces of which we are not always aware.

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