“I thought it was going to help,” said Bush
According to a soon to be released book written by Bill Sammon, Senior White
House Correspondent for the Washington Examiner, Bush attributes his 2004 victory
over John Kerry in part to a Osama bin Laden videotape released on the eve of
“I thought it was going to help,” Bush decided. “I thought
it would help remind people that if bin Laden doesn’t want Bush to be
the president, something must be right with Bush.”
Former CBS anchorman Walter Cronkite went public to call the tape a set up
orchestrated by Karl Rove.
Can there again be any doubt whatsoever that White House terror alerts
and Al-Qaeda videotapes are 100% artificially manufactured and released at the
most politically expedient times?
Last week, the Associated Press thrust a month old bin Laden tape back onto
the front pages by reporting
it as new. Like a band aid the propaganda has to be re-applied consistently
to remind Americans who their enemy is supposed to be. The mob breaks a few
windows downtown to make sure you pay your protection money.
Fox News shows the LA Library Tower being destroyed
by aliens in the movie Independence Day as Bush points his finger and justifies
spying on Americans by saying a plot was disrupted to attack the building in
claim that 23 intelligence experts uniformly describe as "shit."
Leaked memos document Bush and Blair discussing a manufactured
war provocation, painting a US spy plane in UN colors and goading Saddam
to shoot it down.
We are living in an age of universal deception where the symbiosis of fear, Hollywood
special effects and paid for fake news amalgamate to make an otherwise phantom
menace seem real to those unwilling to scratch beneath the surface.
We have George W. Bush admitting that bin Laden helped him win the election.
We have confirmed analysis that proves past alleged bin Laden audiotapes and
videotapes are forgeries. We have bin
Laden's 9/11 confession tape being mysteriously discovered by US forces
in someone's video cabinet in Jalalabad, a city with a population of 250,000.
That gives us odds of at least 250,000 to one that US forces would happen to
raid that house, find that videotape and find it interesting enough to pop in
The tape shows an overweight individual with a fat nose posing as bin Laden.
Are we this stupid? Are the American people this dumb? The uncomfortable truth
is that if you wrap a turd in pretty packaging the majority of Americans will
gleefully accept the gift.
If you pitch an idea and frame it in the lowest common denominator football
mentality, Bush good, bin Laden bad, bin Laden hate Bush, we support Bush, you're
not going to have much of a problem convincing a generation that's been spoon
fed black and white principles of good guys vs. bad guys on television and Hollywood
Our intentions can only be to continue to discredit the hoax terror alerts,
staged Al-Qaeda arrests and mock bin Laden tapes. Or on the other hand should
we be grateful that the puppet masters are limiting themselves to basic psychological
operations and have yet to date to stage a false flag terror attack on the scale