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The Alex Jones Show Sunday Edition: The War on Terror is All Scripted! 1/3

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Published on Jun 5, 2011

Adam Gadahn: Domesticating the Fake al-Qaeda Threat

Kurt Nimmo | September 13 2005

It is certainly no coincidence an American al-CIA-duh patsy, Adam Yahiye Gadahn, was splashed all over the corporate media on the anniversary of nine eleven. "The video features an American-sounding man with a concealed face whom officials believe to be Adam Yahiye Gadahn, an Islamic convert from Southern California wanted for questioning by the FBI," reports ABC News. "Officials say an American speaker may have been chosen to issue the threat against Los Angeles to make the message appear more ominous."




Or he was "chosen" by his intelligence handlers for another reason—to once again give us the impression American miscreants are involved with al-Qaeda, an organization in large part responsible for the boast that the Afghan operation was the most successful in the CIA's history (in fact so successful the CIA continued to use the intelligence contrivance and its derivatives in Chechnya, Dagestan, Bosnia, Kosovo, and elsewhere).

Connecting the dots, ABC, fulfilling its role as a spinner of Bushian myths, tells us so-called "officials" (habitually nameless) harbor concerns "about US cells supporting Al Qaeda" that are supposedly "heightened by the July 7 bombings in London, in which four British Muslims killed themselves and 52 other people."

It apparently does not matter at all that the London bombings were never connected to al-Qaeda or for that matter were the perpetrators ever satisfactorily identified (since they were conveniently blown to smithereens, or so we are told)—in Bushzarro (and Blairzarro) world, all terrorism stems from a single source—an evil and omnipotent clan of medieval Muslim cave dwellers who took their name from an intelligence database. As if to spike Adam Yahiye Gadahn's absurd performance, Lord Stevens, former metropolitan London police commissioner, revealed his assertion "terrorists plotted to assassinate British Prime Minister Tony Blair during the Queen's golden jubilee celebrations in London 3 years ago," according to Rediff. Since Blair was actually never in danger, he was "absolutely unfazed" and "Blair and his wife said they were determined to continue to take part, spurning bulletproof vests." How brave.
http://www.infowars.com/articles/terr...

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