Al-Qaida annouced today that John McCain is supported for the presidency by this group.
And so did the KKK. Apparently, THIS IS THE VIDEO. Anyone think this might be just another CIA created video to fool the masses? Or is it very possible, John McCain, who/is was part of the Project for the New American Century, really is the guy The Base of the Bush Family & Friends, Inc. and the KKK want? You decide.
And then there was that GOP Congressman who was helping al-Qaida/da terrorists….
I’m sorry, but this whole thing is laugh-out-loud funny, because it seems to me al-Qaida is really just The Base and the voice of the Bush Regime/Family/Friends to tell Americans what it is that they want. In other words, they’re duping us again. And they’ve created a website. Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww, how cute.
First off, doesn’t it seem a little weird to you that these al-Qaida sites are password protected? You’d think al-Qaida would want the whole world to read what they’re saying, because according to George Bush, al-Qaida wants Muslims to take over the world, so wouldn’t it make sense to not having a password protected site? Seems a little…..shall I say….strange & weird? I mean, really, if George Bush wants the world to know something, he doesn’t go down in the basement of the White House and into a closet to scream it, now does he? Having a password protected site means only those who have been invited to participate and who have been given the password can enter the site to participate in it.
And isn’t it weird that most of the al-Qaida sites have been shut down since 9/11, but the one that remains online and active is a site called, ‘al-Hesbah’, which “might” be run/overseen by the Saudi government to get jihadists by fooling them into thinking it’s a real site, when really it’s not? You know, as John Kerry would say, “holding the carrot in front of the rabbit” (or something like that LOL).
I thought it was hysterical to read in the following paragraphs that al-Qaida has a ‘slick media production arm’ and they have ‘members only’ forums too (emphasis mine):
Yet suspicions of a deliberate disruption campaign have been fuelled by the fact that a fourth website, al-Hesbah, continues to operate unimpeded, with several experts suggesting it may be being used by Saudi intelligence to monitor and entrap jihadi militants.
But the episode remains shrouded in mystery. All four sites posted material produced by as-Sahhab, al-Qaida’s slick media production arm – mostly video clips of “martyrdom operations” in Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere – as well as statements by Osama bin Laden and his Egyptian deputy, Ayman al-Zawahiri.
Access to the sites is typically password-protected and they have different levels of entry: the most public are statements issued by al-Qaida-linked groups as far afield as Uzbekistan and Algeria. There are also member-only forums where participants use pseudonyms.
All are monitored by academics who study jihadi groups and presumably by Arab and western intelligence agencies.
What if this site was really run by our CIA and this is where all those CIA-created audios of Osama bin Laden talking with an old picture of him on the screen? Hey, could be. Seems more likely. I doubt the Saudi royals give two shits about the jihadists, because really….15 of the 19 hijackers were from Saudi Arabia and the Saudis would be fine if America was blown to smithereens!
Did you know ‘al-Hesbah’ (there’s something weird about that name? What does it sound like?) is an ‘.org’? LOL Yep! They’re an .org (I wouldn’t click on it just incase Big Brother Al-Qaida Bush is watching), which means, they can write off this site on their taxes. And isn’t it “strange” that ABC News advertises on it’s front page? I’m thinking back to their docudrama called, The Path to 9/11, that basically blamed Bill Clinton for 9/11. Yep, after working 9 months on the job, George Bush was not at fault for 9/11 at all. *rolling eyes* (I think MSNBC & CNN were thrown on this site to make it look good…notice how Fox News is not listed…seems like a right wing thing to do to leave out Fox, now doesn’t it? Yep.)
As usual, something doesn’t seem right about al-Qaida. Seems to me like it spends it’s days helping out the American Taliban (the republic party here in America), doesn’t it to you?