Monday, April 24, 2006

How to keep a war going....

...hmm, lets see. We've got this neeto little war going here, don't we. Its a great way to make money and minimize our youth population. Not to mention, it keeps everyone distracted while we change laws left and right, mess with the Federal Reserve, and milk our country for every dollar we can get. So, how do we keep this war going. I know, create a supervillian. We'll get some guy from the middle east, train him, orchestrate all kindsa crazy attacks here and there until our countrymen are drooling over the chance of finding his dead carcass.....

....hmm, now, what do we do to keep this thing going. We've run into trouble, as our supervillian is dead. This is unconfirmed, of course, and the world at large doesn't know it. But we do. Hell, you can't get a dyalasis machine into the mountains, now can you? Well, the idea is what is important. We can hire people to be him when we need it, its not hard. Give em a beard and a turban and you're good to go. Beside, we don't need him much longer, as we've got another war brewing as well., its time for propaganda. Every so often, we need to release an 'audio tape' with new declarations from this supervillian. Keep our people afraid and angry. Yeah, that'll work.

Disinformation is the Key: Bin Laden tells followers to prepare for long war:

Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden urged his followers to prepare for a drawn-out conflict with the Western world in a new audiotape broadcast yesterday, blaming what he called ''a Crusader-Zionist war" for a long list of attacks on Islam in places from Darfur to Denmark.

''Your aircraft and tanks are destroying houses over the heads of our kinfolk and children in Palestine, Iraq, Afghanistan, Chechnya, and Pakistan. Meanwhile, you smile in our faces, saying: We are not hostile to Islam; we are hostile to terrorists," Bin Laden said, according to excerpts of the audiotape attributed to him and broadcast by Al Jazeera network.

It was the first time that Bin Laden had been heard from since Jan. 19, when he offered ''a long-term truce" if the United States and its allies withdrew their forces from Iraq and Afghanistan and allowed Islamic fundamentalists to rebuild those countries instead.

Prior to that, the 49-year-old Saudi had been silent for more than a year. His face has not been seen since he appeared in a video recording a few days before the 2004 US presidential election.
Intelligence sources said they believe he is hiding in Pakistan, defying a global manhunt and the $25 million reward for his capture posted shortly after the Sept. 11, 2001, hijackings.


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