Mini-Me: The Bin Laden Road Show – Toward November 2012

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Bin Laden’s last stand: In final months, terrorist leader worried about his legacy

Washington Post, April 30, 9:01 PM

A few months before Osama bin Laden’s death, Web sites linked to al-Qaeda ran excited commentary about a proposed new killing machine dubbed the “human lawn mower.” The idea was to attach rotating blades to the front of a pickup truck and drive the contraption into crowds.While some jihadists admired the idea, one graying veteran of the terrorist movement took a stand against it. That was bin Laden himself, by then living out his twilight years in a Pakistani villa with ample time to think about his legacy. The man who famously ordered jetliners flown into skyscrapers drew the line at cutting down humans like weeds.Read full article (two screens).

Phi Beta Iota:  Now that Ignatius and Pincus have set the stage, it appears CIA is turning to naive journalists to take the Bin Laden Show on the road — people who know nothing and question nothing.  What we will NOT see is actual document being provided, especially documents in perfect Arabic to Arab journalists.  There is a great deal about all of this that reeks of a massive illegal covert action against the US public, but with Dick Cheney setting the gold standard at 935 documented lies, we should not expect the truth anytime soon.  We continue to believe that Bin Laden died in 2001; that a patsy was set up by Blackwater and CIA, and that JSOG was unwitting (and unquestioning) in its role as “backdrop” to the story.  It is very unlikely that all of these documents exist or are authentic–it is more probable that a propaganda story line has been developed, with a domestic audience in mind, and this will be doled out to corrupt and unwitting journalists across the USA between now and November 2012.  Yuk.

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