Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Boogie, Boogie, Boogie

I didn't take long for another installment of the bin Laden "I hate the infidel" saga. According to the our benevolent masters and their media whores, bin Laden passed along 11 minutes of himself ranting; conveniently just in time when US imperial wars are at an all time low in support. Maybe Usama should open a PR firm. Perhaps issuing this alleged bin Laden tape on last Friday would have caused an even greater distrust. It is amazing that any rational person could buy such garbage.

Where does the tape come? The CIA-linked Intel Center. It was the Intel Center who was caught inserting an Al Qaeda logo in one of their tapes at the same time their own logo was inserted. According to Steve Watson, "Intel center is run by Ben Venzke, who is an interesting character. A google search results in the revelation that he used to be the director of intelligence at a company called IDEFENSE, which is a verisign company. IDEFENSE is a web security company that monitors intelligence from the middle east conflicts and focuses on cyber threats among other things." Furthermore, video/audo tapes are sold by Intel Center to the government. Where does the Intel Center get them? From a company called As-Sahab: a company that is Al Qaeda's "production company." I'm sure it is not out of the realm of possibility that they simply manufacture them at times too (from my professional experience, with technology existing today, it is possible to create entire videos of computer generated images (CGI) indistinguishable from the real thing).

In case you don't know who the figures are the photo here, they are Zbignew Brezinski and Usama bin Laden. Best friends forever? Brezinski loves getting others to do his dirty work.
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